Library Annual Report

Collection Development:

The Tamil Nadu Government has sanctioned Rs. 4,00,000/- for purchase of books and journals. Nearly 846 books and 79 titles added to the collection. In addition to the 14 major law journals, two journals in the branch of Business Law have been subscribed by the library.

Photo Copying Service:

Photo copying services has been introduced for the benefit of our student which enables them to make copy of reference books, law reports, case laws and old previous year question papers at menial rate.

Internet Facility:

The library has provided with 2 mbps upto 8 gb internet connection to strengthen the research activity, to satisfy the legal information needs of the student and to support the moot participants, all under the single roof, enabling users to search, browse and download any required data needed for study and research. It has been made wifi to facilitate mass usage of internet at their own personal gadgets.

New PG Library:

PG library has moved to more spacious hall which consists of reference as well as lending section for better use of library. The libarary follows open access system as per the Third Law of Library Science “Every Reader his/her book”. Archival Library Information Centre

The Library has the rich collection of books, journal, law reports and statutes from the year 1896. It has been recognised as Asia’s second largest law library during 1930 to 1940. Hence steps are taken to establish an Archives Library Information Centre with aim to provide access to those materials for research purpose and preserve them for future use. As first step, archival nature of books, reports and all other relevant documents are indentified by the team of faculties and the same are organized, re-arranged with the help of NSS volunteers of this college.

UGC Remedial Coaching Books Section:

This section caters to the academic needs of the socially backward class student, under the UGC Remedial Coaching Scheme, every SC/ST and BC student is entitled to borrow books with a borrowing period of one semester.