The Shri. Omkarnath Malpani College Library was established in the year 1998 and its collection is growing extensively since then. The well-stocked Library is considered as an asset for the college. To support institutes mission, the Library aims to facilitate creation of new knowledge through acquisition, organization and dissemination of legal information resources and provides value added services. It also aims to build an exhaustive collection of electronic legal information. The library housekeeping activities are computerized using VRIDDHI software. The Law College has limited number of rare books and Journals in the library. Apart from the law books the Law College buys number of knowledge based books, periodicals, magazines to enrich the knowledge of the students. Some of the rare books were donated by our Trustees and ex. student Some of the books are related to Law and other books are for enrichment of social knowledge. The Law College allows the Alumni members and academicians to make use of these books in the Library. To cater the need of the local the college has made and arrangement to provide the books, journals and magazine both in English and Vernacular language.
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1. ABOUT OUR LIBRARY

The Shri. Omkarnath Malpani College Library was established in the year 1998 and its collection is growing extensively since then. The well-stocked Library is considered as an asset for the college. To support institutes mission, the Library aims to facilitate creation of new knowledge through acquisition, organization and dissemination of legal information resources and provides value added services. It also aims to build an exhaustive collection of electronic legal information. The library housekeeping activities are computerized using VRIDDHI software.
The Law College has number of rare books and Journals in the library. Apart from the law books the Law College buys number of knowledge based books, periodicals, magazines to enrich the knowledge of the students. Some of the rare books were donated by our Trustees and ex. student Some of the books are related to Law and other books are for enrichment of social knowledge. The Law College allows the Alumni members and academicians to make use of these books in the Library. To cater the need of the local the college has made and arrangement to provide the books, journals and magazine both in English and Vernacular language.

GOALS OF THE LIBRARY

  • To empower student by providing knowledge resources
  • To develop Library as Information Center
  • Fully Library Automation

2. LIBRARY HOURS

Library Working Hours (Monday to Saturday)09.00 am – 06.00 pm
Library Reading Hours08.00 am – 06.00 pm
 
  
Library will be remain closed on all Sundays and Holidays 

3. OUR TEAM

Librarian

Shri. Shelar S. B.

M.LIB. & I.SC, NET, SET
Email – sachin.shelar8@gmail.com
Contact No. 810 852 4747

Library Attendant

Shri. Shirpe N. B.

M.A., M.LIB. & I.SC

4. LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ( LMS )

Library is automated by VRIDDHI software. It is a user-friendly software developed to work under client-server environment. VRIDDHI provides Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) / WEBOPAC facility which enables users to search the library’s collection and guides them to precise location. All work related to issue and return has been computerized. All books are bar-coded.

5. OUR COLLECTION

1TOTAL NO. OF BOOKS9552
NO. OF TEXT BOOKS5410
NO. OF REFERENCE BOOKS3650
OTHERS492
2COST OF BOOKS25,71,854.00
3NO. OF JOURNALS15
4COST OF JOURNALS39,949.00
5NEWSPAPERS04
6NO. OF CD’S38

7. PERIODICALS

  1. Indian Bar Review
  2. All India Reporter
  3. Criminal Law Journal
  4. Journal of Indian Law Institute
  5. Maharashtra Law Journal
  6. Nyaya Deep

LAW MAGAZINES

  1. Lawteller
  2. Lawyers Update
  3. Lawz
  4. Legal News and Views
  5. The Practical Lawyers

OTHERS

  1. Bahina ( Marathi )
  2. Employment News
  3. Lokrajya ( Marathi )
  4. University News
  5.  

DAILY NEWS PAPERS

  1. Aanand ( Marathi )
  2. Indian Express
  3. Lokmat ( Marathi )
  4. Sakal ( Marathi )

9. BOUND VOLUMES JOURNALS

  1. All India Reporter : 1936 To Onwards
  2. All India Reporter SCC : 1931 To 2004
  3. Bombay Law Reporter & Supreme Court Digest : 1999 to Onwards
  4. Central Act & Rules Vol. 22 2nd Ed., 2007
  5. Criminal Law Journal : 1999 to Onwards
  6. Education and Service Cases : 1992 to 1999
  7. Law Commission of India : 13 vol. ; 14 Report
  8. Labor Law Journal : 1999 to 2014
  9. Local Act & Rules : 2nd Ed., 2010
  10. Maharashtra Law Journal : 1963 To Onwards
  11. Supreme Court Cases : 1949 to 2015
  12. Supreme Court Journals : 1968 to 1981

8. E - DATABASES

  1. Air InfoTech Database Contents
  2. Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ )
  3. Directory of Open Access Books (Doab)
  4. N-List (Resource Sharing With Sangamner College)

10. RARE BOOKS COLLECTION

  1. Maharashtra Rules and Orders under Central Acts, vol. : 1-11 ; Ed. 1971
  2. Maharashtra Rules and Orders under Central Acts, vol. : 1-8 ; Ed. 1972
  3. The Bombay Code : vol.1-1890, vol.1-1920, vol.1,2-1946, vol.3-1952, vol.3-1953, vol.1,2,4-1958, vol.4,5-1960, vol.5-1962, vol.5-1966, vol.7,8-1971, vol.2-1985, vol.9-1986.

11. FREE E- JOURNALS

LIST OF FREE ONLINE E -JOURNALS
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NAMELINK
Directory of open access Journalshttps://doaj.org/
Directory of Open Access Books: DOABhttps://www.doabooks.org/
Journal of Intellectual Property Rights (JIPR)http://nopr.niscair.res.in/handle/123456789/45
Legal Information Institute of Indiahttp://liiofindia.org/
Google Bookshttps://books.google.co.in/
Bombay High Court Free Online Journalshttp://www.bombayhighcourt.nic.in/libweb/Legaljournal/Legaljournal.html
Bombay High Court Free Online Databaseshttp://www.bombayhighcourt.nic.in/libweb/Legal%20Database/Free%20Legal%20Database.html
Bombay High Court Free E Bookshttp://bombayhighcourt.nic.in/libweb/lawbook/lawbooks.html
International Journal of Law, Crime and Justicehttps://www.journals.elsevier.com/international-journal-of-law-crime-and-justice
India Law Journalhttp://www.indialawjournal.org/articles.php
Journal of Open Access to Lawhttps://ojs.law.cornell.edu/index.php/joal

12. SERVICES AND FACILITIES

 

  • Circulation/Book Lending
  • Internet Services
  • OPAC / WEBOPAC
  • Reference Service
  • Inter Library Loans
  • Resource Sharing
  • Reading Hall Facility
  • Book Bank
  • Old & New Syllabus
  • Previous Examinations Question Paper Sets
  • Reprographic service
  • News Paper Clippings
  • Notice Board
  • Drinking Wate

 

 

13. LIBRARY RULES

The students are requested to observe the following rules, which are necessary for the benefit of all students.

  • The library will remain open for students between 09.00 a m and 05.00 p m, except Sundays and public holidays. During University Examination the timing of the library could be extended.
  • The students are entitled to borrow one book at a time for a period of one week. If books are not in demand, they may be renewed for one more week. Requests for renewal must be communicated on or before due date.
  • Students must return the Book to the library promptly when due. Failure to do so will result in a fine of Re.2/- per day hence after for as many days as the Books are not returned. Repeated late returns of the Books may result in borrowing privileges being withdrawn.
  • Every reader using the library shall be responsible for the safe custody and return of book/s in undamaged manner.
  • He/She should verify and bring to the notice of the Library Staff if the book is damaged / mutilated before getting it issued. In the event of its being mutilated/lost, by the member, he/she has either to replace the book with a new copy or to pay for the cost of the book at the prevailing market price with additional charge as determined by the Librarian. In case of out of print and important and rare book/s the penalty will be more than the normal rate and be levied at the discretion of the Principal/Librarian.
  • Books/Journals/Magazines written in, underlined, damaged or lost must be paid for at the rate determined by the College authority.
  • Eatables, Cold drinks, Tea etc, are not allowed inside the library.
  • Smoking and operation of Mobile phone inside the library is strictly prohibited. A fine of Rs. 200/- will be charged if found guilty.
  • Library furniture should not be disturbed.
  • Observe dignified silence in the library.
  • Protect the property of Library for the better usage of future generations.

14. BEST PRACTICES

  • Display of New Arrivals
  • E-mail Service to students through Google-groups
  • Best User Of The Month
  • Users Orientation Programs
  • User Feedback
  • Internet access facility WiFi

15. CURRENT NEWS & EVENTS

16. FEEDBACK

17. OTHER LINKS

  1. National Library of India
  2. Supreme Court of India
  3. High Court of Bombay
  4. National Portal of India
  5. E-Newspapers / E-Magazines
  6. National Human Rights Commission

19. FAQ

1. How can I get my library card?
Please come with your original fee receipt and one passport size photograph and fill the library Membership Form available in the library counter.
2. Can I borrow Journals / magazines/newspapers?
No. Journals/magazines / newspapers are not issued to any library member.
3. Can I issue the reference books?
No. Reference books are not for issue.
4. How many books I can borrow at a time and for how many days?
Students can issue 1 Book for 07 days.
5. How many times I can renew a book?
A user can renew books maximum two times after issue of books from the library provided book is not demanded by any library member.
6. Do I need to pay fines due to late return of books?
Yes. Fine Rs 2/- per day.
7. I can’t find the answer to my question in these FAQ – where can I get more help?
Please contact the librarian (sachin.shelar8@gmail.com/omlclib@gmail.com) for your library related query.