Library Overview

Overview of the Library

S.NO DESCRIPTION PARTICULARS
1 Carpet area of Library 759.09 sqm
2 Reading space 759.09 sqm
3 Number of seats in reading space 350
4 Timings (working days) 8:00 AM To 8:00 PM
5 Number of Library Staff 05( Qualified staff-3 Supporting staff 2)
6 Number of Library staff with a degree in Library Mgmt. 03
7 Computerization for search, indexing issue/return records Yes OPAC Facility on NEWGENLIB
8 Bar coding used Yes
9 Library services on internet/intranet Yes
10 INDEST or other similar membership? Yes –  DELNET on line digital library,  e-ShodhSindhu, e-Shodhganga, JRC, NDL, NPTEL
11 Archival of precious/rare/Heritage books/publication Available
12 NPTEL & Other Multimedia courses Yes, NPTEL 129 Subjects are provided in the library
13 Print Journals 152
14 Back Volumes 125
15 CD ROMS 1176
16 e-books 966
  1. Our Library is completely computerized and we are using NEWGEN software package
  2. Library resources are used to augment the teaching-learning process in following ways
  3. Open Access System is being followed in the Central Library and all the documents are in barcode
  4. In addition to the well-stocked Library, each department of JITS has its own departmental Library to facilitate easy access to the faculty, students and research scholars
  5. Maximum issue 04 Text books
  6. Conducting Library Orientation programs for freshers
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RAVINDAR MOGILI

Associate Professor

M.Tech (CSE), (Phd)

14 Years of Teaching experience

Area of interest: Data Mining, Machine learning, Image processing

ravindermogili@gmail.com

Mobile: 9493142141

 

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