Lady Doak College

About LDC

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Library

ARCHIVES

College Magazines

College hand Books

Academic Council  and Reports

Photographs

Profile of Lady Doak College

College & Department Magazines

Proposals Submitted

Important Reports

Proceedings of workshop & 

College Publications

COLLECTIONS

Number of volumes - 86837

Number of periodicals - 212

Method of Classification - Dewey Decimal Classification Edn. 22nd

Card Catalogue - Authors &Titles&Subjects.

Open Access System Ensures

1.Maximum Utilization

2.Easy Accessibility

3.User Satisfaction

SPECIAL COLLECTION

Human rights - 100

International Studies - 200

Environmental Studies -241

Special Libraries

Women Studies - 1956

Christian Studies - 565

Environmental Studies - 241

Child - 6791

Carrier Guidance - 210

Special collection on books. video cassettes and crafts for Children.

PERIODICALS

Catering to the needs of choice based credit system all the journals subscribed by the departments and general library are centrally housed in the periodical section of the library.

LIBRARY SERVICE PROGRAMME

1. One of the part IV Programme

2.Creates awareness on Documentation

3.Inculcates reading Habits

ACTIVITIES:

1. Assisting in the special libraries

2. Offering information service to children

3.Helping in library automation.

BOOK CLUB (Friends of the Library)

The interested students are permitted to become a member in the book club. They are motivated to contribute articles & essays and review the books.

BOOK BANK

Available for  economically poor students.

No.of.Books - 5444

 
COURSES OFFERED

1.Elective course on  Library science

2. A unit of reference materials and library usage in Preparatory  Course for Project.

 
LIBRARY AUTOMATION

J.X.Miller Library automation process was started in the year 1996 with two computers using CDS-ISIS package.

In the Year 2000 advanced software with SQL as the back end and VB as the front end  was developed in the library. The software functions effectively with acquisition module, Circulation module, journal module. Bar coding technology was installed in the year 2001.

DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARIES

The departments of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Botany,  Zoology and Computer Science maintain departmental libraries.

 
REPROGRAPHIC SECTION

Reprographic section provides photocopying facilities.

RESERVE BOOK SECTION

Course related books are kept in the reserve section semester wise.

Only overnight use is allowed.

 
OTHER FACILITIES

1. Free internet browsing facilities

2. Computer printing facilities on request .   

 
WORKING HOURS

Week Days  : 7.30 a.m. to 7.00 p.m.

Saturdays    : 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

 

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