GARGI COLLEGE LIBRARY

Learning Resource Center

ACCREDITED WITH GRADE 'A' BY NACC

Collection


Types of collection

    The college library subscribe different types of collection like
  • Books
  • Magazine
  • Journals
  • Newspapers
  • CDs etc.

Other details
Science: Gargi college library is very rich in science collection. It acquire latest document in their respected field. Library have science collection like Botany, Physics, Mathematics, Zoology, Chemistry, etc.

Arts and Humanities: Library have also have good collection in arts and humanities. It include Hindi literature, English literature, Sanskrit literature, Economics, Commerce, Political science, History, Education etc.

Library holdings Books

2013-2014

Text books and others—1023

2014-2015

Text books and others-758

2014-2015

Text books and others-758

2015-2016

Text books and others- 738

2016-2017

Text books and others- 766

2017-2018

Text books and others- 618

2018-2019

Text books and others- 513

2019-2020

Text books and others- 455

2020-2021

Text books and others- 478

Library holdings Journals

2012-2013

( Journals & magazines- 52 costing 68733, Newspapers-10 costing-11767)

2013-2014

( Journals -21, Magazines- 26, newspaper-10. Total periodicals=57)

2014-2015

( Journals & magazines- 46, Newspapers-10 )

2015-2016

( Journals & Magazines- 47, Newspapers-10 )

2016-2017

( Journals & Magazines- 47, Newspapers-10 )

2017-2018

( Journals & Magazines- 47, Newspapers-10 )

2018-2019

( Journals & Magazines- 47, Newspapers-10 )

2019-2020

( Journals & Magazines- 47, Newspapers-10 )

2020-2021

( Journals & Magazines- 47, Newspapers-10 )

Method of Selection of Library Collection
The selection of books and periodicals is demand base. Library purchase books and periodicals as suggested by teachers. Publisher's catalogue and book reviews are displayed in library and are available on Publisher's website. For general books any teacher along with any library committee member can suggest for Library purchase. The new arrivals are prominently displayed and anyone can see them through OPAC (intranet).