Library

JB Institute of Engineering and Technology Library promotes a spirit of a continuous learning environment to the students for enriching their knowledge. The library is committed to providing quality service and an excellent collection of materials to support the mission, educational goals and research needs of students, staff, faculty and administration users and in support of the College's diverse curriculum. It encourages and facilitates information competency, critical thinking, intellectual independence, and lifelong learning skills in all students, regardless of their educational goals. Through reference services, instructional materials, educational software, and support for graduate and undergraduate student research, the library strives to develop students a competitive level of information competence.

The college library has the largest collection of Books, Journals, Magazines, Project reports, Tutorials, video lessons and E-Book Consortium in all allied subjects for both academics and research with numerous subjects for professional and special purposes to coordinate resource sharing and maximize the efficacy of our expenditures and our expertise. There are currently over 70,000 volumes,10,000 Titles and 160 journals both National and International available in paper and electronically, as well as numerous e-books. Library also provides borrowing privileges to students and staff for off-campus access.

Working Hours.

The Library serves the college community keeping open throughout the year except on National holidays to facilitate the students.

  • 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM on all working days.
  • 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Sundays.

VISION

JB Institute of Engineering and Technology Library also strives as a part of college vision of learning and research supporting the academic needs of our diverse campus, offering a rich collection of knowledge, providing the best user service, utilizing leading technology for information access.

MISSION

JB Institute of Engineering and Technology library’s mission is to support the diverse needs of our students and staff. We are continually updating our holdings to provide quality collections through our subscription databases to follow current and future trends, so as to serve our students to the best in par with changing technological world.

OBJECTIVES

"To Promote knowledge generation and application through effective dissemination to keep all library users aware of the latest developments in the field of course curriculum and research and it’s related areas in and around the World. Within the framework of the JBIET – Library operates with the following objectives "

  • Library’s central mission is to support the diverse needs of our students and staff.
  • Library, a center for quality information resources for the college community.
  • To support the learning process of all the users through the provision of knowledge / Information through conventional/nonconventional media
  • To meet the information needs of the students, faculty and teaching community to support their developmental /programming activities
  • To respond effectively where ever possible, to the knowledge/ information needs of the research and development.
  • Ensure a comfortable and safe learning environment for all students.
  • Facilitates faculty to advance their profession through innovative practice, publication in scholarly journals, participation in academic conferences, and leadership in professional organizations.
  • Incorporate new technologies and services to help students, faculty and staff discover, create and disseminate knowledge.
  • Administer fair and objective service policies

 

RULES & REGULATIONS

  • Persons desirous of using the library shall scan their ID card during check-in and check-out.
  • Strict and absolute silence shall be observed in the Library
  • Mobile Phones to be switched off inside the Library
  • Student Bags, Handbags, Raincoat and Jerkin are strictly prohibited inside the library
  • Users are requested to keep their belongings in the space provided for their belongings at the entrance of the Library
  • Books will be issued to the members-only on producing the Identity card. Identity Cards are not transferable.
  • If any book is lost or damaged beyond repair, the person responsible shall replace it with a new copy or pay double of the cost of the recent price and handling charges or as may be decided by the librarian
  • Any kind of marking, underlining, clipping of books is absolutely forbidden. Readers shall be held responsible for any damage done to the book belonging to the Library and shall be required to replace such book or pay the value thereof
  • Under special circumstances, the Librarian may refuse the issue of books or recall the books already issued from any user without assigning any reason thereof.
  • More than one renewal will not be allowed for books
  • The borrower will be responsible for any loss or non-return of any books issued against his / her
  • Reference books, Magazines, Journals are not for issue. They are for library reading only.
  • New arrivals list will be displayed on Library OPAC
  • Eatables and drinks are not allowed in the library.
  • Sleeping is strictly prohibited in the library.
  • The Library may accept the donation of manuscripts, books, periodicals, etc. from the donors. Such donations once accepted will become the absolute property of the College
  • The books should be returned in on or before the due date. Else fine will be incurred for each day of delay. At present, the overdue charge is one rupee per day

Note: The above rules are intended to regulate the use of library resources and will be reviewed

CYBER LIBRARY RULES:

  • Digital Library is to be used for academic purpose only.
  • Online Chatting in the Cyber Library is not allowed.
  • Browsing of dating, social networking sites is strictly prohibited. Strict disciplinary action will be taken against the defaulters.
  • Changing the settings and display of the Computers kept in the Cyber Library is not permitted.
  • Playing games on computers is strictly prohibited in the entire Library premises.
  • Members Pen drives, CD/DVD ROMs, Cell Phones, are not used into the digital library

Book Lending Facility

The details of borrower categories and their entitlements

Borrowers Type

No. of Books

Loan Period

Faculty Members

06

Semester

Faculty (Pursuing Ph.D.)

10

28 Days

 

ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Sl No

Name

Designation

Position in Commitee

1.

Dr. S.Sudhakara Reddy

Principal

Chairman

2.

Dr. G. Apparao Naidu

Dean   Academics

Member

3.

Dr. Niraj Upadhayaya

Dean  R&D

Member

4.

Dr. Himanshu Sharma

Dean  Library

Member

5.

Dr. P. Srinivasa Rao

HOD   CSE

Member

6.

Dr. L.Sridhara Rao

HOD  IT 

Member

7.

Mr. K. Roshan

HOD   ECM  

Member

8.

Dr. Towheed Sultana

HOD  ECE

Member

9.

Dr. G.S. Durga Prasad

HOD  EEE

Member

10.

Dr.P. Divakara Rao

HOD  ME

Member

11.

Dr. Joshy P George

HOD  CIVIL

Member

12.

P.Hanmantha Reddy

HOD  MINING 

Member

13.

Dr. P. Subrahmanyam

HOD   MBA  

Member

14.

Dr.  MD. Taheer Hussain

HOD  H&S

Member

15

Dr. Suresh Babu

Librarian

Member Convener

DEPARTMENT LIBRARY

In addition to central Library, every department of the college maintains their own departmental library with adequate collection of text and reference books and journals to cater more students. Each student shall be issued additional book at the department library in addition to the central facility. Both National and International journals are made available in the department library for the convenience of faculty and students. The following is the description of number of books available in the respective departments.

Branch of Engineering

No. of Books Transferred to Dept. of Library

Name of the In – Charge

Contact Number

C S E

230

T.Thirumala Rao

63020 -  49576

I T

200

V. Krishna Reddy

95818 - 44159

E C E

234

Mamta Sharma

91654 -  75375

E E E

300

M.Vinod Kumar

96522 - 23825

 

College librarians help students, faculty, and staff with locating and recommending source materials as well as determining what type of materials they need. 

LIBRARY COLLECTION

(as on 20 Feb 2020)

J B Institute of Engineering & Technology library comprises a multifaceted and growing system that supports faculty and student curricular needs and for research. The information provided here is to keep the campus community informed and involved in the growth and support of our institute and individual.

 Our collections include:

More than 70000 volumes

  • 9315 titles
  • 126  National and International Journals
  • Electronic resources

As journal subscriptions continue to evolve from print to electronic access, we consider a number of factors in determining how best to do so.

Branch

No. of Titles

No of Volumes

National Journals

Int. Journals

B.Tech. (ECE)

954

9111

12

02

B.Tech. (EEE)

1139

8904

12

03

B.Tech. (CSE)

1146

10552

12

04

B.Tech. ( I T )

1089

4901

06

02

B.Tech (ECM)

331

1671

06

01

B.Tech (Mech)

1036

8253

12

02

B.Tech (Civil)

723

4916

12

02

B.Tech (Mining)

436

521

06

01

Post Graduate

M.Tech (EPS)

341

1579

05

 

M.Tech (CSE.)

331

1462

05

 

M.Tech (VLSI)

276

1248

05

 

M.Tech(CAD/CAM)

161

686

05

 

M C A

752

6681

12

 

M.B.A.

559

4952

12

 

H & S

114

7321

06

 

Total

9315

72758

 

 

 

 

CDs

1241

Bound Volumes of Journals

1601

Project Reports

4201

SC & ST( Book Bank ) Collection

4368

 

Special Collection

Mc. Graw Hill Encyclopedia of Science & Technology

Set of 20 Volumes

 

STAFF DIRECTORY

S N

Name of the Staff

Qualification

Designation

01

Dr. Suresh Babu

M.A., M L.I.Sc., P. G. D. C. A. Ph.D

In charge – Library

02

P. Prabhaker Rao

M.Sc., M L I Sc & PGDLAN

Librarian

03

K. Krishna

B.A., B.L.I.Sc

Library Asst.

04

D.V.K.N. Sai Kumar

B.Tech

Digital Library Asst.

05

D.Asiraiah

10th Class

Stack Keeper

06

J. Mallesh

Intermediate

Attender

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