Friday, 8 December 2017

Existing Book Collection Display

On the occasion of Human Rights Day Library is displaying its collection on this topic for 15 days.
Therefore, all the user community of the college is requested to please visit the library to peruse through the collection.

Human Rights Day is observed on 10 December of each year. On this  day in 1948 the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Today, poverty prevails as the gravest human rights challenge in the world. Combating poverty, deprivation and exclusion is not a matter of charity, and it does not depend on how rich a country is. By tackling poverty as a matter of human rights obligation, the world will have a better chance of abolishing this scourge in our lifetime... Poverty eradication is an achievable goal.
— UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Louise Arbour, 10 December 2006

                                       (information. taken form Wikipedia)

Thursday, 7 December 2017

Quote of the month



Knowledge is free at the library.  Just bring your own container.


                       --Anonymous

Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Current addition to the library , November 2017

Author Title Acc No.
Denny Frederick Mathewson Introduction to Islam 205519
Jagtap Kishor N Cost And Works Accounting  Paper I SYBCOM 205498
Shiraev Eric B Cross Cultural Psychology: Critical Thinking and Contemporary Applications 205522
Brannon Linda Gender: Psychological Perspective 205523
Cockerham William C Sociology of Mental Disorder 205524
Matlani Prem Bakhatrai Indus Empire : History of Sindh - Research Essay 063157
Fagan Brian M Archaeology: A Brief Introduction 205518
Prasad M Madhava Ideology of the Hindi Film: A Historical Construction 205493
Png Ivan Managerial Economics 205517
Waller Derek L Statistics for Business 205520
Buttle Francis Customner Relationship Management: Concepts and Technologies 205521
Weil David N Economic Growth 205516
Jagtap Kishor N Cost and Works Accounting paper 2 TYBCOM 205504
Zagade Sunil Cost and Works Accounting Paper 3 TYBCOM 205510
Shah Mita Ashish Empowerment of Women Through Gender Budgeting 205495
Garge S M Ed Bharatiya Samajvidnyan Kosh Paribhashik Shabdsangrah Purvani Khandatil Paribhashik Shabdasangrahasah 205497
Garge S M Ed Bharatiya Samajvidnyan Kosh Vol 6 Purvani Khand Adhikar Mahiticha Te Hukumshah 205496
Asnani K P Andar Ji Aaradhana & Kavita Ji Karamat S00481
Bhagwan "Nirdosh" Gul Gul Mein Surhaan : Gazals S00482
Gehani Mohan Brittle Ice : Sindhi Poems in English Translation 063158
Jethwani Premchand Atraan Raat Baaki Aa : A Collection of Sindhi Poems S00478
Khatri Jethanand Parmanandani "Das" Rang Rasilyon Rachnaoon : Sindhi Poems S00480
Sharma Ramkrishan Shiraiki Lok Virsha S00485
Shyam Narayan Boond - Lahroon - Samund : Collection of Gazals S00477
Thakur Chander Parmanand Sindhi Moseeqee Ain Shah Latif : Sindhi Music & Shah Latif S00484
Rupani Geeta Pradeep Haqeeqi Tasveeroon S00475
Naagrani Devi, Written & tr. Aisa Bhi Hota Hai - Sindhi Short Stories in Hindi S00476
Rajkumar Malik Shiraiki Kahaniyan S00486
Shoro Shoukat Hussain Khoi Hui Parchhai : Sindh Ki Kahaniyan S00479
Bellani Rani Laziz Taam : Flavours of Food S00483

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Quote of the Month


If  we encounter a man of rare intellect, we should ask him what books he reads.

                                                     –Ralph Waldo Emerson

HINDI DIVAS Celebrations

HINDI DIVAS celebrations: BOOK EXHIBITION
In connection with HINDI DIVAS on 14th September, Library will be displaying books from our Hindi collection for the period 14/09/2017 to 27/09/2017. Therefore, all the staff members and students are requested to please visit the library (1st floor). Collection will be displayed as per following schedule:
14th and 16th Sept.: Reference Sources; Encyclopaedias, dictionaries and Hindi Language books.
17th and 18th Sept.: Hindi Periodicals
19th to 21st Sept.:  Hindi literature including works by Premchand, Nirala, Dinkar, Harivanshrai Bachchan, etc.
22nd and 23rd Sept.: Biographies
24th and 25th Sept.: Varied General Topics useful for students

26th and 27th Sept.:  Religious Books

Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Existing Book Collection Display

As a regular monthly feature library will be displaying books on Mahatma Jyotirao Phule whose birth anniversary falls on 11th April. He was a nineteenth century great activist, thinker, social reformer, writer, philosopher, scholar, and revolutionary from Maharashtra.  He is most known for his efforts to educate women and the lower castes as well as the masses. 
Image result for mahatma jyoti rao phooleHis famous works include: Gulamgiri, Sarvajanik Satyadharma, Tritiya Ratna, Brahmananche Kasab, Powada : Chatrapati Shivajiraje Bhosle Yancha, Powada: Vidyakhatyatil Brahman Pantoji, J, etc

 Also books will be displayed on Dr B R Ambedkar to mark his birth anniversary on 14th April He was an Indian jurist, politician, philosopher, anthropologist, historian and economist. He was appointed as an independent India's first law minister; he was the principal architect of the Constitution of India. 

Image result for dr b r ambedkar    His main works include:
  o   Administration and Finance of the East India Company,
  o   The Evolution of Provincial Finance in British India
  o   The Problem of the Rupee: Its Origin and Its Solution
  o   Shudra Kaun
  o   Anihilation Of Caste
  o   Emancipation Of The Untouchables


All library members are requested to please visit the library and get a chance to peruse through books on theses great personalities.

Friday, 7 April 2017

Quote of the Month

 I choose free libraries as the best agencies for                   improving the masses of the people, because they                      give nothing for nothing. They only help those who 
help themselves. They never pauperize. They reach       
the aspiring and open to these chief treasures of the                 world -- those stored up in books. A taste for reading        
drives out lower tastes.

                       ... Andrew Carnegie