Welcome to Central Library, Madhav Institute of Technology & Science a very special place in the MITS Campus with its rich collection of books and journals in the field of Engineering and Architecture related disciplines. Central Library currently houses around 1,00,000 books, comprises of collection includes textbooks and Reference books for Engineering Graduates, Post Graduates and Ph.D curriculum in Civil Engineering , Mechanical Engineering, Electronics, Electrical, Computer Science & Information Technology , and Architecture Disciplines. Library collection also includes documents in Computer Science, History of Science, Fictions, Stories, General books, Encyclopaedias and Dictionaries, Magazines etc.

Time Table for issue/return of books
DayAdmission YearCategoryBranch
Mon2014-15SC/STAll Branch
Tues2013Gen/OBCAll Branch
Web2014Gen/OBCAll Branch
Thur2013-16SC/STAll Branch
Fri2016Gen/OBCAll Branch
Sat2015Gen/OBCAll Branch

Computerized Library
Central Library recently automated their library services; now in Gwalior region MITS Central Library is the first one, who implements RFID technology with international security standards like ISO-15693/ISO 18000-3, which relays on 13.59 MHZ. In Last 12 month more than 38,651 books was issued to various UG/PG students. It is the best automated library automation system used world-wide and is an effective way of managing collections of the library and providing enhanced services to the users having benefits like: control theft, to find misplaced reading material, sorting, inventory accuracy, stock verification procedures, security control, video surveillance, Smart Card etc. It is an automatic data capture technology that uses tiny microchips and miniature antennas affixed to documents. RFID plays a vital role in redefining the library processes to make everyone job easier right from the users to library staff. Now for issuing books from library, students have to show their smart card at circulation counter. All the books were already tagged with latest RFID technology. After completing transition from circulation counter, student get the issue/return status of books on their mobile through SMS or can be downloaded their transaction status from their individual Deshboard by expanding MY Books Issued Status tab.
Archive:
Library has an archive section of various rare and old books since 1950. This valuable collection caters the needs of research students in their research field. Library also having rich collection of 1,000 M.Tech Dissertation and Phd thesis.
Services:
Library provides various services to the students:
1. Circulation: Issue return facility is available to student weekly branch wise so that all students can avail the benefit of library collection.
2. Open access System: Library facilitates open access system to students which helps them to search the required material themselves from the shelves.
3. Reprographic services : photo copy service is given on demand
4. Computer Lab: A separate computer lab of 15 computers is situated inside the library so that students can access E-books, E- journals and other e-resources .Wi-Fi facility is also available around and inside the library.
E-journals:
Library subscribes to International e-journal databases of approx 620+ e- journals titles which cover various leading disciplines of engineering:
(a)IEEE (b)ASME (c)ASCE (d) Science Direct
Apart from this, Central Library also subscribed print national and international Journals. Old collection of print Journal is available in the archive section of library for students & Research Scholar.
E-journals can be access 24 hours in the entire campus through the dedicated lease line facility. Library Timing: Library is open during 10A.M. to 8:30 P.M. on all working Days.
Incharge & Library Staff:
1.Prof. Sanjay Tiwari, Incharge, Central Library
2.Dr. Pawan Kumar Sharma, Librarian
3.Smt. Sandhya Benerjee, Librarian
4. Shri. Anuj Joshi, Asst. Librarian

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