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  • The foundations of the relationship between researchers and research libraries are beginning to be tested by shifts in the way that researchers work. The rise of e-research, interdisciplinary work, cross-institution collaborations, and the expectation of massive increases in the quantity of research output in digital form all pose new challenges. These challenges are about how libraries should serve the needs of researchers as users of information sources of many different kinds, but also about how to deal with the information outputs that researchers are creating.
  • Developing Centre for Research in learning resource Centre (Library) an existing collection of books and other materials involves several functions: creating the oversight, defining the mission and purpose of the organization, securing funding, planning, developing a collection, securing or building an appropriate space.

A reference library is a book and E- collection that caters to non-fiction subjects. It is commonly used by people researching history, religion, geography, languages, science and more. Research Collection is rarely lending materials, because of the value of primary and secondary sources. They must also be kept current, in order to ensure they are as factual as possible.


  • At present our research students can benefit from access to world-class facilities including in house books, the latest research resources and equipment, dedicated postgraduate work spaces, and information technology including Databases
  • The Learning Resource Centre is your gateway to high quality information relevant to research.
  • Access to a huge range of specialist information resources including a print collection of over one 65,000 odd books.
  • DIGITAL LIBRARY OF INDIA: Digital Library of India is a part of the online service of Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and partner of the Million Book Project, provides free access to more than 1.5 million books in English and other Indian languages, available to everyone over internet.
  • e-ShodhSindhu
    Based on the recommendation of an Expert Committee, the MHRD has formed e-ShodhSindhu merging three consortia initiatives, namely UGC-INFONET Digital Library Consortium, NLIST and INDEST-AICTE Consortium.The e-ShodhSindhu will continue to provide current as well as archival access to more than 15,000 core and peer-reviewed journals and a number of bibliographic, citation and factual databases in different disciplines from a large number of publishers and aggregators to its member institutions including centrally-funded technical institutions, universities and colleges that are covered under 12(B) and 2(f) Sections of the UGC Act. Aims and Objectives
    The main objective of the e-ShodhSindu: Consortia for Higher Education E-Resources is to provide access to qualitative electronic resources including full-text, bibliographic and factual databases to academic institutions at a lower rates of subscription. The major aims and objectives of the e-Shodh Sindhu are as follows:
    • Setting-up e-ShodhSindu: Consortia for Higher Education E-Resources by augmenting and strengthening activities and services offered by three MHRD-funded Consortia;
    • Develop a formidable collection of e-journals, e-journal archives and e-books on perpetual access basis;
    • Monitor and promote usage of e-resources in member universities, colleges and technical institutions in India through awareness and training programmes;
    • Provide access to subscription-based scholarly information (e-books and e-journals) to all educational institutions;
    • Provide access to scholarly content available in open access through subject portals and subject gateways;
    • Bridge digital divide and move towards an information-rich society;
    • Provide access to selected e-resources to additional institutions including open universities and MHRD-funded institutions that are not covered under existing consortia;
    • Take-up additional activities and services that require collaborative platform and are not being performed by existing Consortia; and
    • Moving towards developing a National Electronic Library with electronic journals and electronic books as its major building blocks.
    • Acess to 230 Univerities, 94 Technical Institutions,3000+ Colleges. Provides 15000+ e-Journals and 3135000+ e-Books.
  • Ph.D. THESIS FROM INDIAN UNIVERSITIES FOR PUBLIC DOMAIN: Shodhaganga@Inflibnet Centre provides to Research students of 300 Indian Universities 1,67,777 Ph.D. theses ,3900 Synopses are available to the entire scholarly community in open access. The repository has the ability to capture, index, and store, disseminate and preserve ETDs submitted by the researchers.
  • INFLIBNET- N-LIST: N-List program provides an authorized user from colleges registered in the N-List program to access the e-resources nearly about 97,000 E-Books and 6000 E-Journals
  • ELECTRONIC RESOURCE AT CHOWGULES: Chowgule’s authorized end user has privilege to access 1500 E-titles and 1275 previous year question papers. Through LRC.
  • RESEARCH WORK BY CHOWGULE COLLEGE STUDENT AND FACULTY: About 1130 dissertations submitted by Third Year students are available with full text for view.
  • OTHER OPEN SOURCES: ‘N’ numbers of open source databases are available, for Books, Journals, Research, Translation, and Citation guide etc. like JSTOR ORG, SCIENCE DIRECT, CONNECT JOURNAL
  • Help in finding and using information - online,
  • Individual and group work spaces - including the dedicated Reading Room
  • PCs, wireless networking for your laptop
  • services for distance learning research students
  • The College Library also offers dedicated services for researcher to support their specialist information needs:
  • Student email - access your email and calendar anywhere, including on your Smartphone or other mobile device
  • Printing - print, copy, or scan on campus and pay by topping up your print and copy account


  • Use of latest technology
  • Infrastructure with very good interior architecture, physical layout and ambience
  • Lounges, silent study areas, group study rooms,
  • Friendly, easily accessible, knowledgeable, well trained Staff e-books, e-journals and full text databases
  • Large repositories of research materials using Dspace
  • Open access
  • 24 x 7 Online Library Data base,
  • Full text online databases
  • Digital resources mini-library.
  • Regular updating of Library data
  • Introduce e-Shelf to end user
  • Our mission is to help
  • People access advanced knowledge to enrich their lives.

Nearby LRC, facility to provide quick cup of coffee or a bite to eat.


  • Dspace Repositories: Harvesting Good resources offer new things to Academics: Not investing but harvesting.
  • Return on Investment.
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