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A fully automated, air conditioned and computerized library with over one lakh books providing a good infrastructure and pleasant ambience of reading and learning.

Hindu College Library is one of the oldest among Delhi University college libraries. It came into existence along with the foundation of the college in 1899. Hindu College Library is fully Air conditioned and computerized. The library is open to bonafide students of all the classes. All important textbooks are kept in the Reserve Section to enable the students to write their tutorials. There is a well equipped Reading Room, which subscribes to a large number of dailies, weeklies, periodicals and journals on a variety of subjects.

Students, teachers and other members of the staff of the college are entitled to become member of the library.

Loan Privilege

  • For Under Graduate Students 5 Books 14 Days
  • For Post Graduate Students 6 Books 14 Days
  • Teaching Staff 35 Books 30 Days
  • Non Teaching Staff 5 Books 30 Days

Reference Service
It is to assist users in getting their required information and make full use of the resources in the library. It includes:
  • Guidance in the use of information resources and services.
  • Instructions for accessing on line library resource provided by University Computer Centre
  • Including OPAC, e-journals.

Photocopying Service The library helps in providing photocopies of articles/text to students and staff members from documents available in the library. For this purpose user may get the desired document issued against his/her library card and return the same immediately after getting it photocopied from the vendor.


New Arrival Display Service
Books newly added to the library are displayed on the New Arrival Display Rack before they are released for loan.

Reservation of Book(s)
Books in great demand and which generally remain under issue can be reserved by user on the circulation counter.

OPAC Service
The OPAC allows you search for an item of your choice in Library holdings by Author, Title, and Keyword etc.

Internet Access
Eight Computer Terminals have been placed for users for accessing Internet and 4000 E-Journals (approximately).

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