Library
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Saint Kuriakose Elias Chavara, the founder of the religious congregation Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (C.M.I) is our role model and his vision is made manifest in our institution.

He has left his indelible marks in the spheres of education, social reform, media, culture and religious formation. India’s first indigenous religious congregation for  men, C.M.I was his brainchild. In 1831, along with the support of Fr. Thomas Palackal and Fr. Thomas Porukara, the C.M.I was established which sparked off a spiritual renovation in the Church.

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Library

 


 

A well-established library is the backbone for any academic institution. As a focal point for teaching, learning, and research, it provides standard information resources. It acts as a dynamic instrument of the teaching learning process of higher education. Libraries are not merely storehouse of reading material collected for preservation but it functions as a dynamic instrument of education for the scholars and educationists. Thereby they would keep their knowledge update on order to know recent developments in their respective subjects.

 

It is noteworthy that recently 10,000 books have been purchased exclusively for the library.

 

Library services

 

Accessing the Library Account Online and Library Rules

The Library uses KOHA, an open source Integrated Library System, for its in-house activities. This allows users to search for an author, title, subject, ISBN and keyword, review items that are checked out, determine return dates from the convenience of a home or wherever internet access is possible. The library also has OPAC terminals at various locations. Information pertaining to the library is also made available through OPAC.

Monday - Friday : 9.00 am - 10.00 pm

Saturday : 9.00 am - 8.00 pm

Library remains closed on all Sundays and Public Holidays.

 

 

 

Code of Conduct

 

  • ID card is a must for all library transactions. ID cards are non-transferable.
  • Users are requested to maintain silence in the library.
  • Christ Institute of Management, Lavasa dress-code is applicable while visiting library on all occasions.
  • Users should ensure that when browsing through books they replace the book from where it was taken, according to the arrangement on the shelf. Feel free to seek staff assistance for replacing the books.
  • Users should avoid taking out several volumes of reports, journals and books at a time.
  • The library reading area should be used only for reference and consultation of resource materials.
  • Use of mobile phone is strictly prohibited.
  • Users should fully cooperate with the library staff. In case of any need students should meet the Librarian.
  • Persistent defaulters of library rules will have their library services suspended.
  • Dress code must be followed in the library on all occasions.

 

 

Issue of Books

 

  • Users cannot borrow copies of the same book.
  • Circulation timings: Monday-Saturday09.00 am - 05.00 pm
  • Students can borrow a maximum of 4 books for a duration of 14 days. Faculty members can borrow up to 20 books for a period of 90 days.
  • For all final year students, issues of books stop a week before final examination. The students have to return the overdue library books and deposit library dues, if any.

 

 

Return/Renew

 

  • Books must be returned on or before the due dates.
  • Where the due date falls on a Christ Institute of Management, Lavasa holiday, the return period will be considered as extended by one (1) day. However, users are advised to check the library notice board regularly.
  • A book may be renewed one time provided there is no reservation placed on the book. Users may reserve two different books at a time through OPAC.
  • Library fines, if any, are to be paid through smart card in the accounts office.

 

 

Reference Books

 

  • Reference books are not for issue and are to be referred inside the library.
  • Under no circumstances will reference books be issued either for classroom   reading/reference or for reading outside the library.
  • Photocopying a full book is not permitted inside the library or campus.

 

 

Journals/Reports

 

  • Journals and reports are not for loan.
  • To refer/consult the loose parts of journals /reports /magazines /newspapers etc., a requisition in a prescribed form is to be submitted in advance. The user must ensure the safe return of items on the same day.
  • Users must take care of the journals/reports taken for Xerox and should ensure its safe return.

 

 

Photocopy Service

 

  • Photocopying of books issued from Christ Institute of Management, Lavasa libraries is not permitted.

 

 

Additional Services

 

  • There is a facility for locker in the library. They ought to put their bags in the locker before entering the library. A locker key will be provided by the librarian to operate the locker. It is mandatory to return the locker key the same day. Submission of id card is a must to access the locker.
  • There is a discussion room within the library and proper submission of id card is necessary to access the discussion room.

 

 

 

Online Databases

The library has a subscription to 02 online databases through direct subscription and through the UGC INFLIBNET consortium. All databases are IP based and can be accessed in the campus only.

 

 
 

Contact us

    Christ Institute of Management (CIM)
    30 Valor Court, At Post: Dasve Lavasa,
    Taluka: Mulshi
    Pune 412112, Maharashtra.
    Ph.No : 1800-123-2009
    Mob No : 1800-123-2009
    Email : mail@cimlavasa.in

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