The library is the ‘heart’ of any academic institution and plays an important role in all academic activities and, the more so, in law institutions. This is a building of 3000 sq.ft. built-up area with ample space for storage of books and for reading purposes. The library has been planned keeping in view the aims and objectives of the Law College, and is being operated by a team of professionally qualified library staff. It has a collection of over 12,982 volumes only law books covering a wide range of general and special subjects, comprising of text books, reference books, back volumes of journals and reports etc., apart from current legal periodicals. The Library functions from 8.30 a.m till midnight on all working days of the week.
The Law College has introduced facility known as Electronic Library for both housekeeping as well as information retrieval. Since it now has a high speed Broad Band line connection to the internet as well as subscription of Manupatras –an online facility of Law Journals, AIR, Supreme Court’s Judgments, High Courts Judgments, Subordinate Courts Judgments and any matter of law, it is possible to have easy access to information directly from all available computerized data bases all over the world, not only in the field of law but also in other disciplines.
With a computerised library system it is the aim of the library to establish a network of law libraries in India and also to establish a National Legal Information Centre, which will act as a clearing house of information in the field of law.
The Library has all state-of-the-art gadgets with Wi-Fi internet connection and highly modernized Audio-Visual equipments with tele-conferencing facility.
The library has introduced computerized facilities for both housekeeping as well as information retrieval.
Since we have now a broad band width leased line connection to the internet it is possible to have easy access to information directly from all available computerized data bases all over the world, not only in the field of law but also in other disciplines. Keeping in mind the vision to create an E.Law College, the University subscribes to many international online databases.
- To serve the academic community for the furtherance of the academic activities
- To provide an effective information service
- To make available modern equipments for effective teaching, learning, research, acquisition of additional Knowledge etc.,
- To computerize legal information, storage, retrieval and dissemination
Team of Library Members as according to the Research Methodology:
- Chaturvedi P.K., Assistant Professor & Library in charge, LL.M., Ph.D(Law)
- Chaudhary V.N., College Librarian, LL.M., MLIS., LL.B., B.Com, DBA (Eng.)
- Prashar Ravi, Assistant
- Verma Manoj, Assistant
- Ram Hare, Book Lifter (Group D)
Some unique collections in the College Library:
- American Law Reporter
- Halsbury Laws of England
- Colambia Law Review
- Laws of England
From 1952 to till date
- All Indian Reporters (AIR) – from 1934 to till date
- Supreme Court Cases – from 1968 to till date
- Patna Law Journal Reporter – from 1968 to 2000
- Jharkhand Law Journal Reporter – from 2001 to till date
- Entire Law Commission Report – Pre and Post Independent
- Indian Appeals (Privy Council Appeals)
- Halsbury Laws of India
- Journal of Indian Law Institute – from very beginning to till date
- Journal of ISIL – from very beginning to till date
- NyayDeep (Official Journal of Nalsa)
And many more.