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Library Collections

The JIMS Libraries comprise a complex and growing system that supports faculty and student research and curricular needs.The information provided here is to keep the campus community informed and involved in the growth and support of our libraries.


Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC):

OPAC helps the user to retrieve the reading material by the author, title, subject,classified number & publisher. The OPAC also provides information about the status of the books available in the Library.




Encyclopedia Britannica

Encyclopedia Britannica is installed in separate user terminal for student’s reference.



DELNET

DELNET has been established with the prime objective of promoting resource sharing among libraries through the development of a network of Libraries. DELNET at present has 1009 Libraries as its members of which 167 Libraries are in Delhi, 828 outside Delhi in 30 States and Union territories and 14 in oveseas countries. The JIMS Library is a member of DELNET. As such, the users at JIMS Library can access databases hosted by DELNET.



British Council Library Membership

The JIMS Library is a member of British Council Library. As such, the users of JIMS Library can also access database of British Council Library.Inter Campus Library Loan & Resource sharing facilities:The Library arranges to procure Books and Journals available at other Libraries of JIMS on Inter Campus Library Loan for a limited period.



Selective Dissemination of Information (SDI)

SDI is displayed on Notice boards for user’s reference on weekly basis which give subject wise content information
of latest Magazines/ Journals available in the library.



Online Resources

The Library has also subscribed e-Journals related to Management, Mass Communication, Journalism, Information Technology etc. Users of JIMS library can access these e-Journals in the user’s terminals in the Library.