The Central library spreads over an area of 7770 sq m with six floors (Excluding ground floor). It has specialized collections of books, journals & other resources in Mathematics & Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Biotechnology, Humanities, Social Sciences and Management ranging from printed books, e-books, back volumes and CDs\DVDs. The Central Library subscribes to national and international journals in print and e-Journals. The library has a video conferencing facility and NPTEL video courses, ePGpathashala, Swayam Programme and other E-Learning resources initiated by the Government of India. Central Library is using LIBSYS software for Library automation and has implemented RFID technology with self-issue and return kiosk, WEB-OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue), and online renewal facility.
Aroon Purie, Chief Executive, India Today Group
VIT Central Library has outstanding, world class facilities. Students here should count themselves fortunate and I hope they use them to the full. Most impressive!
|Total No. of Books||2,27,765|
|Total No. of Back Volumes||18080|
|Online databases/E-Journals : (On and Off Campus access facility)
ABI Inform Complete (Pro-Quest),ACM-DL, ACS-DL, ASCE_DL, ASME-DL, ASTM Journals and Standards, Bentham Science, British Standard Euro Codes, CMIE Reports (Prowess IQ, Economic Outlook and Industry Outlook) EBSCO Business Source Complete, EMERALD Management Journals, Emerald Emerging Market Case Studies (EEMCS), Engineering Refrex, IBM Journal of Research & Development, IEL (IEEE&IEE),Indian Standards, MathSciNet, Nature Publishing Group Journals, Royal Society of Chemistry Archives (1841-2007) , Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) Journals, ProQuest-ABI / Inform Complete, SAE Tech. Papers, SAGE Online Journals, ScienceDirect, Scifinder Scholar, Scopus, Springernature Journals and ProQuest-Dissertation & Theses (ETD) Part A & B.
|(E-Book - On and Off Campus access facility)||1,55,474|
|CD / DVD||15,650|
Under the Digital India mission, Indian Government has created nation’s first and largest multilingual dictionary, access to which is completely online namely Bharatvani. We can able to translate words from 22 different languages and in the forthcoming days, Government aims to add 100 more languages into the platform and it was implemented by the Central Institute of Indian Languages (CIIL), Mysore.
Under Open Knowledge movement, this dictionary will be the single point reference for understanding and learning various languages of India. It has been hailed as the first and largest multilingual dictionary in India.
Using technology, Government will protect and nurture the regional languages from India, and enable easy access to the online tools for learning them.
Such online dictionary will help India to ‘foster national integration’.
This first initiative of Indian Govt. to encapsulate regional languages will help Indian technology companies to integrate regional languages into their products and creations.
BharatVani App also launched of this dictionary, which can be downloaded from Google Playstore. Anyone can create own account in seconds.
Researgence is a research platform that auto-captures all publications of researchers of VIT from online sources and provides information on citations, h-index, SNIP, impact factor. The users will have a tool-captured list and each publication tagged could be individually ‘approved’ or ‘withdrawn’. Missing papers can be ‘linked’ from VIT’s publications’ database, while newly accepted/published papers can be ‘added’. A full video and text user manual is uploaded in member profile and member can see them after login. Other research sections such as patents, projects, collaborations, Research groups, books, editorials, conferences and awards can be manually entered by the user/member.