Dr Monojit Ray(Principal) or Prof Sumita Chakraborty (Convenor, Anti Ragging Committee)
03325945270 or 03325452059
The Central Library is computerized with around 59,000 printed documents and 46 regular journals and magazines. The library is automted with open source software Koha. The catalogue of entire collection of the library is available 24X7 remotely through the WebOPAC powered by Koha.
The Library is member of N - LIST (National Library and Information Services infrastructure for Scholarly Content) consortium of INFLIBNET through which the members of the library can access 6300+ ejournals and 1,00,000 ebooks. More over the Library is subscribing IEEE Journals in electronic forms. The Library is a part of NPTel (National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning), an initiative of IITs & IISc to enhance the quality of education in the country by developing curriculum based video and web courses. The Library is Institutional Member of BCL, Kolkata.
There are Departmental Libraries in each department for the students of concerned departments.
The College Library is spread in two campuses as well as the hostel. The Central Library is located in the Science Campus and catering to the students of Science Faculty, both UG & PG. The Arts & Commerce students are mostly catered from the Arts & Commerce Campus. Each Department has departmental library to support its students.
The front desk service of the library begins from the Circulation Desk. The new admitted students are required to be registered themselves to be the library members. The library cards are issued from the library. In the circulation section, members can get following resources:
* Students having monthly family income Rs. 10,000 or less
The issue, return, fine for overdue, reissue are served from this section. The entire process is computerized and powered by open source software Koha.
WebOPAC (Online Catalogue)
WebOPAC is web accessible Online Public Access Catalogue of the library resources. It can be accessible 24X7 remotely from the OPAC link in Library tab of the College website.
From WebOPAC, one can access his/her library account after logging in. Default LogIn ID is 11 digits roll number and password is 12345.
The college repository is a large collection of syllabus, teaching plans, academic calendars, previous year question papers, college publication and many more. The entire repository is remotely accessible for 24X7 from the Repository link of Library Tab of the college website.
The Library is member of N - LIST (National Library and Information Services infrastructure for Scholarly Content) consortium of INFLIBNET through which the members of the library can access 6500+ ejournals and 1,00,000+ ebooks. Besides it subscribes to Sage ejournals and Oxford University Press ebooks. To have access to these resources, user can mail their interest to email@example.com mentioning name, department and phone number. After registration, the respective member will get an activation link. After activating the account will be activated.
E Access Point
In the both campuses, there is an internet access facility in the library. In Science campus there are ten dedicated PCs for the users , where as in Arts & Commerce campus there are six dedicated PCs. Besides, the entire library is covered with Wi-Fi facility, users can access e-resources from their mobiles/tabs also.
Library subscribes to 15 leading newspapers in Bengali, English and Hindi languages. Besides the electronic version is indexed in the library webpage.
Journals & Magazines
Library subscribes 45 academic journals and magazines for its academic fraternity. Back volumes of these journals are also available in the bound volume section.
In the career Corner, library provides relevant books and magazines for the competitive examination for government and non-government positions. The corner is a support service to the students of Career & Placement Cell of the College.
The library possesses some rare, antique and valuable books. Some of which are digitized and uploaded in the Rare Book link of Library tab of the College website brsnc.in.
Orientation, Reference & Bibliographic Services
Library organizes regular orientation programme at the beginning of the new session for the new students of the College. It also provides need based reference and bibliographic services to the students and teachers.
The Library is connected with The British Council Library, Kolkata. The Library is centrally located at 16 Camac Street and is well connected to all parts of the city and its outskirts via public transport. In a city known for its reading culture the library remains a major draw for the people of Kolkata. In addition to books, physical and online, it also offers a wide collection of CDs and DVDs and provides opportunities for development through workshops for members of all age.
To avail this facility, member may contact the Librarian.
Dr. Joydip Chandra
|MLISc, Ph. D|
|Ph: 2592 0603 (Ext. - 25) (O)|
|Bulletin of the Calcutta Mathematical society|
|Competition Success Review|
|Economic & Political Weekly|
|Employment news weekly|
|Geography & You|
|Indian Economic & Social History Review|
|Indian Journal of experimental Biology|
|Indian Journal of Landscape Systems & Ecological Studies|
|Indian Journal of Medical Microbiology|
|Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics|
|Indian Psychological Abstract and Review|
|Indian Science Abstract|
|Indian Social Science Review|
|Journal of Abstract & Review : Political Science|
|Journal of Abstract & review : Economics|
|Journal of Abstract & Review : Geography|
|Journal of Abstract & Review : Sociology & Social Anthropology|
|Journal of Business & Economic Issues|
|Journal of Emerging Market Finance|
|Journal of Entrepreneurship|
|Journal of Indian Chemical Society|
|Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research|
|Research Journal of Biochemistry|
|Science, Technology and Society|
|Studies in History|
|The Calcutta Historical Journal|
|The Medieval History Journal|
|National Library and Information Services Infrastructure for Scholarly Content (N-LIST)", being jointly executed by the UGC-INFONET Digital Library Consortium, INFLIBNET Centre and the INDEST-AICTE Consortium, IIT Delhi. As an authourised user from college members have access for the e-resources (6000+ ejournals and 97000+ ebooks|
ACM Digital Library is the most comprehensive collection of full-text articles and bibliographic records in existence today covering the fields of computing and information technology. The full-text database includes the complete collection of ACM's publications, including journals, conference proceedings, magazines, newsletters, and multimedia titles.
|Nature is a prominent scientific journal. It was first published on 4 November 1869. It was ranked the world's most cited by the Science Edition of the 2010 Journal Citation Reports and is widely regarded as one of the few remaining academic journals that publish original research across a wide range of scientific fields. Nature claims a readership of about 424,000 total readers. The journal has a circulation of around 53,000 but studies have concluded that on average a single copy is shared by as many as 8 people.|
|Sage Publications is an independent publishing company founded in 1965 in New York. Sage has more than 1, 500 employees globally from principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, Singapore, and Washington DC. Sage’s publishing program includes more than 700 journals and over 800 books, reference works and electronic products a year in business, humanities, social sciences, science, technology and medicine.Few selective journals have online access from the Library.|
|The Indian National Academy is the apex body of the Indian scientists representing all branches of science & technology. Its objectives encompass promotion of science in India including its application to national welfare, afeguarding the interests of the scientists, establishing linkages with international bodies to foster collaboration and expressing considered opinion on national issues. The Academy was established on 7th January 1935, as the National Institute Of Sciences Of India, in Calcutta, in the premises of the Asiatic Society with Sir Lewis Fermor as the founder President (1935-36).Prof. Meghnad Saha was elected as the first Indian President (1937-38). To promote the intellectual scientific output of the country is dessimianted through its publications.|
NPTEL provides E-learning through online Web and Video courses in Engineering, Science and humanities streams. The mission of NPTEL is to enhance the quality of Engineering education in the country by providing free online courseware. The standalone version of these lectures are available with respective departments.
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|43||OPERATING RESEARCH||HAMDY A. TAHA||PRENTICE HALLOF INDIA|
|46||FOUNADTION OF PHYSIOLOGICAL BEHAVIOR||N.R.CARLSON||PEARSON|
|47||ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR||PEARSON EDUCATION|
|48||RETAIL MANGMENT||HARJIT SINGH||S.CHAND|
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|50||THE BIOLOGY OF CANCER||R.A.WEINBERG||G.S|
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|65||ASP-NET : STEP BY STEP||G.ANDREW DULHIE||PRENTICE HALL OF INDIA|
|66||THE ORACLE J2EE COMPANION||TATA MC GRAW HILL CO.|
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|73||ORGANIC CHEMISTRY||FRANCIS A.CAREY||TATA MCGRAW HILL BOOK CO.|
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|75||ORACLE DATABASE 10: THE COMPLETE REFERENCE||TATA MCGRAW HILL PUBLISHING|
|76||COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE||HENNESSY & PATTERSON||ELSEVIER|
|77||OPERATION RESEARCH||HAMDY A.TAHA||PRENTICE HALL OF INDIA|
|78||INTRODUCTION TO VLSI CIRCUIT & SYSTEMS||JOHN P.UYEMURA||JOHN WILEY & SONS|
|79||WEB ENABLED COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS DEVELOPMENT USING HTML ETC||BPB PUBLICATION|
|80||C FOR LINUS PROGRAMMING||TECHMEDIA|
|81||QUALITY ASSURANCE IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY||B.W.WENEKWICK||SPRINGER|
|82||ELECTRONIC DESIGN MICRO - CAP - 7||DISCOVERY PRESS|
|83||ELECTRONIC DESIGN & CIRCUITS THEORY||ROBERT BOYLESTAD & LOUIS NASHELSKY||PEARSON EDUCATION|
|84||ELECTRONICS DEVICES & CIRCUITS THEORY||BOYLESTAD||PEARSON EDUCATION|
|85||ELECTRONICS : PRINCIPLE & APPLICATIONS WITH CATS||CHARLES A.SCHULER||MC GRAW HILL COMPANY|
|86||VISUAL BASIC 6 : THE COMPLETE REFERENCE||MC GRAW HILL CO.|
|87||OPTICAL FIBER COMMUNICATIONS||GERD KEISER||MC GRAW HILL CO.|
|88||ELECTRONICS DEVICES||FLOYD||PEARSON EDUCATION|
|89||THERMAL - FLUID SCIENCES & THERMO DYNAMICE||STEPHEN R.TURNS||CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS|
|90||TROUBLE SHOOTING, MAINTAINING & REPAIRING PCS||BIGELOW||TATA MC GRAW - HILL PUBLISHING CO.|
|91||OPERATIONS RESEARCH||HAMDY A.TAHA||PRENTICE HALL OF INDIA|
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|100||OPERATIONS RESEARCH||HAMDY A.TAHA||PRENTICE HALL OF INDIA|
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|102||MARKETING MANAGEMENT : TEXT & CASES||TAPAN KUMAR PANDA|
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|104||MARKETIGN MANAGEMENT : TEXT & CASES||TAPAN KR,. PANDA||TATA MC GRAW HILL|
|105||FINANCIAL STATEMENT||GERALD I.WHITE....[ET AL]||WILEY INDIA|
|106||FUNDAMENTAL OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT||JAMES C.VAN HORNE JOHN M.S.WACHOWITZ||PRENTICE HALL OF INDIA|
|107||FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING||R.NARAYANASWAMY||PRENTICE HALL OF INDIA|
|108||MICROPROCESSOR ARCHITECTURE PROG.WITH 8085||RAMESH GAONKAR||PENRAM INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING (P) LTD.|
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|112||BUSINESS LOGISTIC & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT||R.H.BALLOU||PEARSON EDUCATION|
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|114||ELECTRONICS DEVICES & CIRCUIT THEORY||ROBERT L.BAYLESTAD||PEARSON EDUCATION|
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