About Library

AITR has an impressive library building. Its modular and functional style fulfills the purpose of planned library. While all the reading areas face the east, the staff area is on the west side, with the stack area being in between.

The library has a collection of over 15,000 publications which includes books, new and bound volumes of journals, theses / dissertations, rare books, reports, government documents and back files of newspapers.

The library is now fully computerized with an integrated system connected to computer network providing Internet and e-mail facilities. The reference collection of the library is continuously updated and arrangement with the acquisition of CD-ROM databases and access to online databases on Internet. Online public access catalogue facility is also available at the reference desk.

Details of Library

Memberships: 1755 (Students and Faculties) borrow books from the library time to time.

Working Hours of Library: 9.30 A.M to 3.50 P.M. (Except Sundays & Gazetted holidays).

One reading hall (reference section) open 06.00 hrs from 9.30 3.50 P.M. except Sunday.

Total Collections:

Total No. of: 17244

Total No. of Titles: 2460

On Line Journals: 2035 (IEEE, ASME(MECHANICAL), J-Gate Engg.,& Tech. McGraw HILL, Elsevier Engg., Wiley Blackwell (cs) , Wiley Blackwell (Civil) , ASTM )

CD plus DVD: 535

Automation: The operation of Library is both computerized as well as manual.

Library Management Software: LS Ease

Issue System:

Brownie system during manual operation. Students can borrow 3 Books at a time. Economically poor students can borrow more books on special recommendation of Principal. There are special considerations for meritorious students. Top 10 students can borrow more books on special recommendation of Principal.

Reading room facility & reference facility:

The library building is equipped with computers and communication network. It has a seating accommodation of 120 readers. Besides the reading hall there are reading rooms for the periodicals section (Indian and Overseas) and special collections and an outer reading hall for studying news papers and magazines.