COLLEGE LIBRARY

College Library of Co-operative Arts and Science College has a long 42 years history on parallel with the history of the college

College Library provides the opportunity for self education and access to a rich diverse and enduring source of knowledge. Our college library facilities and services necessary for the success of all formal and informal programmes of the institution.

Objectives:

  • Support to teaching ,learning and research initiatives.
  • Conducts cultural programmes for the members.
  • Provide career employment information resources to the users(through competitive skills development programme).
  • Provide access to Internet, OPAC, and E-resources.
  • Create a suitable atmosphere for the usage of library resources.
  • Assistance in retrieval and reference of print material and E-resources.

Collections:

  • Library houses 15000 books at present and it has a vast collection in all subjects.
  • Library has subscribed to journals, periodicals related to subjects and also to recreational magazines.
  • Library subscribes Malayalam and English newspapers.

Library automation and barcoding:

By using linux platform libray automated with open source software koha and online public access catalogue is created. Barcode technology increases the speed and accuracy in operation.

Services:

  • Books borrowing services
  • Reference services
  • Career guidance/competitive skills development
  • News paper clipping service
  • Inflibnet N-List resources
  • NDLI Resources

INFLIBNET-N-LIST-E-Resources

Focused on providing e-resources through the membership with NLIST (The national Library and Information service infrastructure for scholarly content) of INFLIBNET/UGC. Full text electronic resources from academic societies. N-list: nlist.inflibnet.ac.in provides 6000+electronic journals and 97,000 electronic books.

National Digital Library of India

It is a digital repository containing textbooks, articles, videos, audio books, lectures, simulations, fiction and all other kinds of learning media. The NDLI provides free of cost access to many books in the Indian languages and English.

Co-operative Arts and Science college, Madayi NDLI Club

Our College Library is approved as a memebr of National Digital Library of India Club. National Digital Library of India Club (NDLI Club) is a promoter of career progression for students, job seekers, researchers and learners. Our Club conducts events to facilitate students to develop knowledge, skill and traits beyond regular curriculum which are essential for their progression in respective professional domain. The events are conducted either physically or virtually. Virtual events are web-based and are conducted through the NDLI Club portal.

Library rules and regulations

  • All students, teachers and non-teaching staff are the members of the Library.
  • Students are allowed to the library only on production of their authorized college ID cards.
  • Career guidance/competitive skills development
  • No personal belongings and textbooks allowed inside the Library.
  • Students are eligible to borrow three books for fourteen days.
  • Faculty members are eligible to borrow ten books for fourteen days.
  • Books borrowed should be returned with in due date, if not an overdue charge of Rs.1/-volume per day will be levied.
  • Books due on a holiday may be returned on the next working day. No fine will be levied in such cases.
  • Reference books journals and magazines are only for consultation within the library and are not to be taken out off library premise.
  • Strict silence to be maintained and no group study allowed inside the library.
  • Using mobile phones is strictly prohibited in the library premises.
  • Online Journals- if any violation is reported in the access period of online journals, user name and password of users will be blocked for the entire academic year.

It is a digital repository containing textbooks, articles, videos, audio books, lectures, simulations, fiction and all other kinds of learning media. The NDLI provides free of cost access to many books in the Indian languages and English.

Programmes:

Library orientation programme includes the N-List Resources also:

Orientation on effective use of library resources is an awareness programme related to the print and online resources of library, which mainly includes the N-List resources. The programme was conducted on 2 nd September 2021,via google meet. The Programme was presided by Dr. G premkumar ,inaugural session was addressed by Sri.Cherian K George and key note address by Sri.M K.Rajan. A class related to the effective use of library resources was conducted by Smt.Varsha. K,UGC Librarian of Co-operative Arts and Science College,Madayi.

NDLI orientation programme:

National Digital Library of India is a reservoir of academic materials. It is built to provide support for all academic levels including students and life long learners. Sri.Humayun Kabir P., Rtd.UGC Libraian of Govt.Brennen College,Thalassery was the resource person of the programme. It was an effective session to all NDLI registered students.


LIBRARIAN


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Smt.VARSHA K

UGC LIBRARIAN

Smt. VARSHA K is UGC librarian of Co-operative Arts and Science College Madayi. She is a chemistry graduate from Krishna Menon Memorial Govt.Women’s College, Kannur, completed her postgraduation in Library and Information Science (MLISc) from Kannur university campus, Palayad, and qualified NET. She has attended a number of workshops, training programmes, short-term Training courses and seminars. She has conducted many college level programmes in the academic year 2021-2022.


September 2021; Orientation on effective use of library resources (Both online and Offline).

November 2021; Orientation on National Digital Library of India resources and Other Online resources.

January 2022; NDLI Club and its activities (National level and international level webinars).


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Sri.SASI KUMAR K

LIBRARY ASSISTANT

Library

Students and Members of the staff may borrow Books from the college Library. Books will be issued to the students as follow.

Monday : III BA (12.30 pm to 1.30 pm & 3.30 pm to 4.00 pm) Tuesday : II BA
Wednesday : I BA
Thursday : II/III B.Com& B B A
Friday : I/II/III BSc/I B.Com& B B A
All working days: M.A/M.Com

The college library will be open from 9.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. on all working days. It will be opened upto 6 p.m. during the examination period.Absolute silence should be observed in the Library and reading room.All students of the college are members of theLibrary.Books shall be issued to them on production of borrowers cards which can be obtained from the Library.No members shall keep a book for more than a fort night.Absence from the college will not be a valid reason for delay in retuning books.The Librarian may recall a book at any time even when the normal period of loan is not over.Members shall not sub-lend the books of the library. On no accounts shall a member disfigure a library book. When a member receives a book from the library he / she shall satisfy himself / herself that the book is in good condition. If it is not, the matter should at once be brought to the notice of the Librarian. A fine of 1 rupee per day will be levied if a book is kept beyond a fortnight. If the date on which a book is to be returned happens to be a holiday, it shall be returned on the next working day. Any matter not covered by the forgoing rules shall be decided by the Principal.

1 Varsha K. UGC Librarian 6238157992 [email protected]
2 Sasikumar K. Library Assistant 9400827084
Total Number of Books 11,582
Total Number of Journals 46
Inflibnet Available
Purchase Made in Consultaion With The Advisory Committee
Reprograhic Facility Made Available
Open on All Working Days Including Vacation

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