About Library

The University Library is on a rapid and consistent path of expansion and development since its inception in 2009, catering to the learning and research requirements of teachers and students of the university. Carefully designed with elegant modular furniture, the library presently has over 44,251 titles and subscribes to 45 international and national print journals, the University Library subscribes to a large number of electronic journals through the e-ShodhSindhu Consortium and independently apart from subscribing to 7479 full text online journals through the e-ShodhSindhu Consortium and independently, with access to American Chemical Society, American Physical Society, Annual Reviews, JSTOR, Oxford University Press, Project Muse, Sage, Springer Link, Taylor & Francis, Wiley-Blackwell etc. The University Library has access to all important full text data base  including, DELNET Online, ISID (The Institute for Studies in Industrial Development), JCCC (J-Gate Custom Content for Consortium), Manuparta, Web of Science etc. It is fully air-conditioned and is located at a central place in the Academic Block with state-of-the-art seating facility, apart from a quiet and restoring ambience. The interior of the library is enabled with Wi-Fi connectivity allowing the users to work within the library by accessing both offline and online resources. This University Library is equipped with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and Electro Magnetic Security System (EMSS) providing automated self-service facility for the users and high end security. It is also equipped with an advanced Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) and modern reprographic facilities.

Library Sections

General Book Section
Text Book Section
Reference Book Section
Regional Language Section
Donated Book Section
Braille Section
Thesis and Dissertations Section
Audio-Video Section
Newspaper Corner
Maps and Atlas Section

Digital Initiatives

Knowledge Repository:
Off-Campus Access:
CUP Faculty Profiles:
CUP-ERP System:
Web OPAC:  http://OPAC
Learning Management System

Library Collections

The library collection consists of Books, Reference Books, Text Books, Print Journals, Newspapers, M.Phil Dissertations, E-Journals & Databases, CD ROM/DVDs.

Sr. No. Resources Total
01 Books 44,251
02 E-Books (free kindle edition) 35,000
E-Books (subscribed) 1622
03 E-Journals , 7479
04 Print Journals  45
05 Thesis and Dissertation 872
06 Newspapers and Magazines 34
07 CD-ROM/DVD 476

Library Services

Reprographic services: University Library provides reprographic services to the users for photocopying library materials
Reference Service: It provides the users with directional assistance in locating books and resources.
Inter-library Loan (ILL): Assistance to access materials and resources from the networking libraries through DELNET.
Current Awareness Service (CAS): Updating the users with the latest information in the academic front and new arrivals to the library. 
Selective Dissemination of Information (SDI): Provides information and updates to the interested users on specific theme/area/topic as required. 
Binding: Provides binding service to the users for official purposes. 

E-Books 2020

Category No. of Title
Sage Education Collection 1290
Taylor & Francis Computer Science, Plant Science and Pharmaceutical Science Collection 332
How to Use

E-Journals 2020

Publisher URL No of Title
American Chemical Society 37
American Physical Society 10
Annual Reviews 33
Economic & Political Weekly 1
JSTOR 2585
Oxford University Press 206
Nature 01
Project Muse 493
Springer Link 1763
Taylor & Francis 1173
Wiley-Blackwell 908
Sage 28

i-Scholar 150

E-Resources 2021

Publisher Description


Website URL :
External Access URL:

Capitaline database provides fundamental and market data on more than 35,000 Indian listed and unlisted companies, classified under more than 300 industries, along with powerful analytic tools.

How to use Capitaline Database


Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature: scientific journals, books and conference proceedings. Delivering a comprehensive overview of the world's research output in the fields of science, technology, medicine, social sciences, and arts and humanities, Scopus features smart tools to track, analyse and visualise research.

EPWRF India Time Series (EPWRFITS)
User needs only to click on the “LOG-IN” button, no need to type the user name and password.

EPWRF India Time Series is an online database with its comprehensive coverage of Indian economy for a fairly long time period and it comprises over 30,000 variables capsuled in 16 modules.
Provides ready to use data on socio-economic life of India and its states online.
ISID (The Institute for Studies in Industrial Development)  Access to databases on various aspects of the Indian economy, particularly industry and the corporate sector and On-line Indexes of Indian Social Science Journals (OLI).
Provides databases on Legal, Taxation, Corporate and Business Policy.
Web of Science
Web of Science is an online subscription-based scientific citation indexing service maintained by Thomson Reuters that provides a comprehensive citation search.

MathSciNet is an electronic publication offering access to a carefully maintained and easily searchable database of reviews, abstracts and bibliographic information for much of the mathematical sciences literature. Over 100,000 new items are added each year, most of them classified according to the Mathematics Subject Classification.

ProwessIQ Database

How to use

ProwessIQ is for querying CMIE's database on performances of 50K Companies which includes listed and unlisted companies. It is simple and easy to use.

States of India Database

How to Use

India consists of 37 states and union territories, or more importantly, it consists of 724 districts. States of India provides comprehensive data and news on these.There are over 139 million time-series in States of India. All information is available in a clean and easily useable form


How to use 

1.      Users need to register themselves  and create their own id and password by using the link below-

2.      After registration faculties and students can assess SciFinder-n at

3.      Users can visit below link for SciFinder-n quick training-

About SciFinder-n:

SciFinder-n is world class research discovery tool designed especially for use by faculties and students to get quick and easy access to the Chemical Abstracts – a comprehensive and multi-disciplinary database with access since 1850.

SciFinder-n is essential for faculty and students in their research work, collaboration opportunities and also helps in writing manuscript for papers by providing facts and citations.

SciFinder-n Content:

SciFinder-n covers references from year 1850 from more than 50000 Journals and full-text Patents from 64 patent issuing authorities. Additionally SciFinder covers more than 60 million value-added abstracts, 171 million organic/inorganic substances, 68 million sequences, more than 131 million chemical reactions, more than 3.5 billion property values from around 50 major global languages in the world.

SciFinder-n  is useful for departments like Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Pharmaceutical sciences, Life Sciences, Biosciences, Nano sciences, Material sciences, Physics, Environmental sciences and many others.  

NDL e-Resources

Publisher Description

World e-Book Library
The World Library Foundation is the world's largest collection of Books and Articles in electronic format. Founded in 1996, the World Library Foundation is a global coordinated effort to preserve and disseminate digital facsimiles of historical books, classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other heritage works in a number of languages and countries around the world.

South Asia Archive (SAA)
The South Asia Archive is a specialist digital platform providing global electronic access to culturally and historically significant literary material produced from within - and about - the South Asian region. It is not merely a repository, but a vehicle for targeted research, and one which has been intelligently structured to ensure efficient content discovery.

Plagiarism prevention software





ShodhShuddhi provides access to Plagiarism Detection Software (PDS) to all universities/Institutions. 


Turnitin solutions promote academic integrity, streamline grading and feedback, deter plagiarism, and improve student outcomes.


Writing assistance tool



It is an automated grammar tutor and revision support tool. Grammarly works one-on-one with a researchers/student to develop essential writing skills, reinforce proper revision habits and prevent plagiarism. For use, kindly visit the university library.


Inter Library Loan

Promotes resource sharing among the libraries through the development of a network of libraries. Enables accessing data from the libraries in the network.
JCCC (J-Gate Custom Content for Consortium) /
JCCC provides a one point access to journals subscribed under UGC INFONET Digital library consortium as well as university libraries designated as Inter Library Loan (ILL) Centers.


Library IT Infrastructure

SI.No. Particulars  Total Numbers
01 Computers 26
02 Servers 01
03 Printer for Library Users 01
04 Photocopier for Library Users 01
05 Book Eye 4 Scanner 01

Library Automation

The University Library is fully automated with Library Management Software SLIM21 which functions from cataloging to security protocols are integrated. The acquisition, cataloging, circulation, serials controlling, catalog access and security protocols come under the purview of automation. 
The Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) system in the University Library is enabled with LMS which allows cataloging of diverse resources such as books, journals, articles, slides, maps, audio/video, films, cassettes, texts, drawings, clippings, serial publications, softwares and so on.  OPAC enables searching through clusters like Author, Keyword, Subject, Class, Title, Publisher, Place of publication, Main entry, Material type, Place of conference, Subject name, ISBN / ISSN, Series titles, Serials title and Year of publication. It also supports circulation, acquisition, front desk operations, Serials Control and data entry in vernacular languages.

http://cupserver4/w27/  (Web OPAC)

The Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)

RFID system installed in the University Library is with the latest technology and configuration in this regard. It ensures efficient service delivery and security with minimum human input.  It is defined by the following features:

Durable RFID tags with 1,024-2,048 bits memory to enable cataloging and circulation.
Tattle Tapes security strips providing covert security to the library resources.
Pad Staff Workstation (PSW) which can be operated as a circulation desk or tag programming station.
Digital Library Assistant (DLA) to simplify shelf management tasks and making physical verification of resources easy.
Electromagnetic Detection System (EDS) offering state-of-the art protection to help secure valuable library materials marked with Tattle tapes security strips.
Self-Check system facilitating self-issuing, self-return and self-renewal by the users themselves.

Library Rules

The students, teachers and staff of the university are entitled for membership in the University Library. University library published library manual that deals with the important functions of   University Library and delineates policies about its activities such as collection, development, provision of information services and management of other academic support facilities. It is expected to bring clarity and uniformity in procedures and practices of the library and improve its efficiency, utility and services. The Manual link is given below:-

Braille Section

The University Library is also in a process of developing a separate Braille section for the visually handicapped users. The acquisition of books in Braille script has already started with quite a few numbers of books from history, literature, religion, etc. making their way into the stacks.  

Library Timings

w. e. f. 13th March 2021 Library Timings are 8 am to 8 pm on working days and 9:30 am to 6:00 pm on weekends and holidays.
(Library will remain closed on 03 national Holidays i.e. Republic Day, Independence Day & Gandhi Jayanti )

Library Staff

Dr. Bhupinder Singh
Assistant Librarian
Mr. Sadanand Kumar Choudhary
Professional Assistant
Mr. Ravinder Singh
Semi-Professional Assistant
Mrs. Prachi Srivastava
Semi-Professional Assistant
Ms. Babita Yadav
Library Assistant;
Mrs. Veerpal Kaur
Library Assistant
Mr. Kishan Rai
Library Attendant
Mr. Sandeep Singh
Library Attendant
Mr. Rajan Kumar 
Library Attendant
Mr. Jagjeet Singh 
Library Attendant

Library Advisory Committee

Prof. Surinder Kaur Bawa - Chairperson
Prof. Anjana Munshi
Dr. P. K. Mishra
Dr. Amandeep Kaur
Dr. Sanjeev Thakur
Dr. Monisha Dhiman
Mr. Kannan P
Dr. Bhupinder Singh, Convener

Feedback, suggestions and comments are welcome at Ph. +91 164-2864140