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Library Orientation through power point presentation by the Indraprastha College Librarian Mr. Vijay Kumar Gautam to the Freashers of Undergraduate students

Library Orientation through power point presentation by the Indraprastha College Librarian Mr. Vijay Kumar Gautam to the Freashers of Undergraduate students

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    • LIBRARY ORIENTATIONLIBRARY ORIENTATION Welcome to the Library Orientation Program This program is for students who would like to learn the basics of library usage.
    • INDRAPRASTHA COLLEGE LIBRARY ABOUT THE LIBRARY The Indraprastha Library strives to create a lively and enriching intellectual environment for students. Its collections caters to both the students’ academic and recreational requirements. Library is equipped with high-tech CCTV and Electronic Article surveillance system. User-friendly fully computerized On-line Library catalogue is available for access to students. In an open stacking system students can browse the entire collection themselves.
    • Indraprastha College Library has a comprehensive collection of Books, Periodicals and Academic Journals  Books: The library is a proud possessor of over 1,00,000 books written in various languages like Hindi, English, Sanskrit, Bengali and Punjabi. These books are shelved under three broad sections, namely,  Reference Section,  General Section ,and  Stacks.
    • BOOKs..  Reference section includes books that are meant for consultation in the Library only. For example, Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, Year Books, some special volumes of miscellaneous subjects.  General Section includes books on various subjects like Gender study, Performing arts – Drama, Dance, Music; painting, architecture etc..  Stacks Room stock the maximum collection of the Library under specific department headings like History, Economics, Mathematics etc.
    • Periodicals ..  Periodical is a published work that appears in a new edition on a regular schedule. The most familiar examples are the newspaper, often published daily, or weekly; or the magazine, typically published weekly, monthly or quarterly. Other examples would be a newsletter, a literary journal or learned journal, or a yearbook. These examples are referenced by volume and issue. "Volume" refers to the number of years the publication has been circulated, and "Issue “refers to how many times that periodical has been published during that year.
    • Academic Journals ..  An academic journal is a peer-reviewed periodical in which scholarship relating to a particular academic discipline is published . In our library we subscribe to journals published in India and Abroad for example: Indian Historical Review, Economic & Political Weekly , Times Literary supplement etc.
    • some special features . The Book Bank has text books on various subjects for needy students. These books are issued for a year. For details students are advised to contact: Book Bank In-Charge - Dr. Aruna Gupta Associate Professor Department of Hindi For issue of Books - Mrs. Gauri Kiroula Semi Professional Assistant
    • Library offers special facilities for the physical disabled students For VH Students Braille Dictionaries for consultation only. Braille books for circulation, available in Hindi and Pol. science Daisy Books (CDs of Text Books available for circulation) 20 blank Audio Cassette can be issued to each VH student for a year. One Cassette cum MP3/CD Player can be issued to each VH Student for a year. They can issue documents from Reserve section between 2.00 p.m. and 5.00 p.m. And sit anywhere in the college with their Reader, but return them by 5.00 p.m. positively.
    • PHOTOCOPY SERVICE IN THE LIBRARY  Library Photocopier is available only for Library books and the documents which are not issued.  Students should give requisition at the Reserve Section.  The charges are Rs. 0.50 for each A4 paper size.  Students will received the delivery of photocopies after payment from Xeroxing Point between 10.30 and 11.30 a.m. , the following day.  Due to copyright issue, the whole book is not allowed for zeroxing
    • When is the library open? 8:30 a.m. – 5.30 p.m. MONDAY TO FRIDAY Circulation hours for students and faculty members 8.30 a.m. – 4.30 p.m. CIRCULATION ON Saturdays 9.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m. (ENTRY WILL BE ALLOWED ONLY WITH LIBRARY MEMBERSHIP CARD) LIBRARY WILL REMAIN CLOSED ON ALL SUNDAYS AND GAZETTED HOLIDAYS
    • Membership/Registration How to become member of Library ?  Students after getting their College ID cards may collect the requisite form available at the Library Office and submit the same duly filled along with a passport size photograph.
    • Library rules: Stop Light – a list of what you can and cannot do in the library! WHAT I MUST DO :  ENTER QUIETLY AND OBSERVE SILENCE  FOLLOW LIBRARY RULES  NOT MUTILIATE OR DAMAGE BOOKS  USE OF MOBILE PHONES IS PROHIBITED
    • PROPERTY COUNTER  PLEASE KEEP YOUR ISSUED BOOKS, PHOTOCOPY MATERIALS, BAGS, UMBRELLA, WATER BOTTLE ETC.  DON’T LEAVE YOUR VALUABLES e.g. PURSE, MOBILE PHONES, LAPTOP ETC. , THE COLLEGE AUTHORITIES WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE LOSS, IF ANY.
    • Books: why you need to come to the library ?  Text books, General books related to your discipline.  Students can issue maximum of 5 books from the stacks at a time  How long can you keep the library books - 2 Weeks or for 14 days  Hold or Reserve : You can Reserve books on circulation counter
    • BORROWING PROCEDURES  Step 1. Student should get their required books from the stack room  Step 2. Before getting any book issued students must satisfy themselves that its pages are intact. If any page is missing, the Library Staff should be informed and get the pages signed by them, failing which they will be held responsible for the missing pages and would be required to replace the book.  Step 3. Hand over the books and Library Membership Card to the staff available on Main counter for issue of books.  Step 4. Take the Issued books from the Delivery counter near the Check Point.  Step 5. Get Due Date stamped from the Check point  Step 6. Books are now issued to be taken away from the Library for a period of 14 days.
    • Students should know…  Students are entitled to issue maximum of 5 books.  Students must return the issued books on or before the date last stamped (or within 15 days from the date of book issued)  If any of the issued books are not returned in time, you will have to pay fine.  For re-activation of the Library Card students should Contact the Library Office.
    • FINE for Late return of Library books  For any book late up to 2 days – No Fine  For any book late up to 5 days – Rs. 10/-  For any book late up to 10 days- Rs. 20/-  For any book late up to 15 days- Rs. 30/-  Fine for any book late more than 15 days – Rs. 30/- + Rs. 10/- per day and library card will be BLOCKED (for reactivation of card, contact the Librarian)
    • Duplicate Library Card  In case you lose your Library Membership Card, a duplicate card can be obtained on payment of Rs. 100/-.  Please do not lend your library membership card, as you will be held responsible for any missing pages or lost books issued against your card .
    • NO DUE CERTIFICATE  Every student is required to obtain a NO Due/Clearance Certificate from the Library before taking their University Roll Number/Admit Card or leaving the College after returning the library books.  Failed students are required to return their Library Membership Card within One Month from the date of declaration of the result, failing which they will not be issued the Clearance in future.
    • LIBRARY LAYOUT
    • catalogue  RECORD FROM LIBRARY CATALOG  Includes AUTHOR, TITLE, PUBLISHER, and DATE OF PUBLICATION.  SUBJECT HEADINGS describe content.  CALL NUMBER and LOCATION specify where item is shelved in I P College Library.  Example of CALL NUMBER:  O : 1M88 P9
    • CLASSIFICATION SCHEME: COLON  Books are classified according to ‘COLON CLASSIFICATION Scheme devised by Dr. S.R. Ranganathan, a well known Mathematician and Professor of Madras University and considered as Father of Library Science in India.
    • MAIN CLASS: Class Numbers representing broad subjects  4 Journalism (Mass Media & Mass communication  B Mathematics  D68(B) Computer Science  O: English Literature  O15 Sanskrit Literature  O152 Hindi Literature  O153 Punjabi Literature  O157 Bengali Literature
    • Main Classes …  L Health Science/ Medicine  M Useful Arts  N FINE ARTS  NA ARCHITECTURE  NQ PAINTING  NR Music  NS DANCE  NT THEATRE
    • Main classes …  Q Religion  R Philosophy  S Psychology  T Education  V History  W Political Science  X Economics/Commerce
    • OPAC (On-line Public Access Catalogue) Main Page
    • OPAC - SIMPLE SEARCH
    • OPAC – ADVANCE SEARCH
    • OPAC – BROWSING (use this option to look for the entire Library database alphabetically)
    • OPAC – JOURNAL/SERIALS LIST
    • OPAC – JOURNAL’S DETAILS
    • OPAC – PATRON (Students can see the list of books issued to them )
    • OPAC – LIST OF BOOKS ISSUED
    • DR. BABLI MOITRA SARAF PRINCIPAL LIBRARY COMMITTEE (Staff Council Committee) – One teacher Representative from each Depts.. Dr. Meenakshi Khanna Associate Professor (Department of History) Convener Library Committee
    • HEAD Mr. VIJAY GAUTAM (COLLEGE LIBRARIAN)
    • LIBRARY STAFF In-charge (Admn. & Technical Services) Mrs. Shashi Kumar Professional Assistant
    • In-charge (Library Services) Mrs. Gauri Kiroula SEMI PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANT
    • Mrs. Chandni Pareek Jr. Library & Information Assistant In-charge ( Periodicals & Stacks)
    • Circulation counter In - Charge Mr. Kashmir Singh Jr. Library & Information Assistant
    • Location : II Floor for attending Fiction & English Literature Mr. Mohan Chand
    • Location: First Floor (New Stack ROOM) Mr. Rajender Bhatt for attending History & Political Science
    • Location: Library Office Mr. Prem Lal for attending Library office work
    • Location: Ground Floor New Stack Room Mr. Ram Het for attending Maths, Computers, Philosophy & Psychology subjects Mr. Taj Abbas For attending Xeroxing works
    • Location: Ground Floor Old STACK Mrs. Sudesh Poswal For attending books of Book Bank Hindi & Sanskrit Literature
    • Mr. Dinesh Kumar for attending Current Magazines , Reserve, Reference and General
    • In-charge Property & checking Point counter Mr. Jagdish Prasad
    • Location: II floor Old Stack for attending Bound Periodicals Mr. Amit Kr. Kanoujia
    • Location : First Floor Old stack for attending Economics and Commerce Mr. Kuldeep Singh
    • ICT Resource Centre  Large variety of information available on computers through Internet’s Search tools Yahoo! and Google etc.  Students can access the e-journals through University –wide - Network
    • E-Journals …
    •  A STUDENT WHO IS FOUND TO MAKE AN EXEMPLARY USE OF THE LIBRARY SHALL BE AWARDED A PRIZE ON THE COLLEGE DAY.  IT IS WITHIN THE DISCRETION OF THE LIBRARY TO TAKE AWAY ALL RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES, IF ANY MEMBER DOES NOT ABIDE BY THE LIBRARY RULES.
    • Any questions ? Vijay Gautam College Librarian librarianip.du@gmail.com