‘Books are the carriers of civilization. Without books, history is silent , literature dumb, science crippled, thought and speculation at a standstill.’ – Barbara Tuchman
Indus library is spread across over 600 square meters. The place is full of informative, scientific, historical, fictional and non-fictional books, covering all the disciplines – engineering, management, research, design, aviation, English, mathematics, science and more.
It has a collection of over 32000 volumes of books, besides subscriptions for more than 250 national and international journals. Books, journals, project reports are available on electronic devices, plus in CD and DVDs too.
Reprographic facility is available. Dewey decimal classification system is followed for systematic arrangement of books. An organized practice is implemented to lend book/s or other resources, maintaining coherence within the system.
Lastly, the library has an Online Publication Access Catalogue (OPAC) allowing the users on the campus to access catalogue/s from their desk. Also, Indus library has an institutional membership with ADINET and DELNET providing online access to a large number of e-books and e-journals.