It’s no use going to the college unless the library is your final destination.
Welcome to Moolji Jaitha College Library. First let’s take an overview of this library. Your college library is the largest and one of the oldest academic libraries in North Maharashtra region. Since 1945, the year of establishment of the college, your college library has been steadily enhancing the book collection over the years and now, at present, the library has over 1, 50,000 books in its repository. The library also subscribes to over 240 periodicals that include national and international journals and magazines. Apart from these, the college library is also a subscriber to NLIST service of INFLIBNET and so the college library has access to over 1,00,000 e books and 7,000 e journals of high standard.
|01||Dr. Vijay Srinath Kanchi||M.A (Philosophy)
|02||Mrs. Arti Avinash Chaudhari||B.Sc.
M.A. M.Lib & I.Sc. D.C.M.
|03||Mr. Ravindra Dattatray Ingle||XII||Library Attendant|
|04||Mr. Sanjeev Murlidhar Zope||XII(Sci) (ITI)||Library Attendant|
|05||Mr. Subhash Sonu Rathod||XII||Library Peon|
|06||Mr. Gopal Ramchandra Salunke||X||Library Attendant|
|07||Mr. Shyam Mishtra||XII Arts||Academic Coordinator ,
Dreamy Eyes Resource Center
For Visually Challenged
The Library is housed in a huge building spread in two floors and a mezzanine floor in between. The ground floor is where the library administrative office and the book issue counters for the faculty members and undergraduate students are located. Reading room for the undergraduate students with a seating capacity of 200 is also located in the ground floor. The upper floor of the reading room houses Digital Learning Resource Access Centre (DLRAC) with 30 computer nodes to facilitate access to e learning resources apart from that these facility also for the PG students for regular physical printed book reading. The mezzanine floor is where the books on various subjects for undergraduate programs are housed. The first floor which is above the mezzanine floor is the post-graduate library. This floor also has the Soham Knowledge Centre with a seating capacity of 125, which is a multipurpose audio visual facility for conferences and other co curricular events. This facility is also used for screening inspirational and motivational movies under MJCollege Friday Film Club. The ground floor of the library has a facility for the visually challenged under the banner Dreamy Eyes Resource Centre for the Visually Challenged with 12 computer nodes. The ground floor of the library also houses Manuscriptology section where conservation, digitization and showcasing of old manuscripts is done. The administrative, technical sections of the library and the Librarian's cabin are also located in the ground floor.
The Library follows Dewey Decimal Classification system for stacking the books in the book shelves and admirals. This is a popular system adopted in most of the libraries in India and elsewhere, where books are classified under various subject heads and stacked together. Each book is given a unique number consisting of the first three letters of the author’s last name, classification number and accession numbers. These details are printed on label which is pasted on the spine of each book. Now all the books are arranged sequentially based on these unique numbers. If for any reason you take out a book from the shelf, please remember it to place back in the exact place. Should you have any confusion about where it was, do not place it randomly; instead leave the book on the sorting tables. This will help to maintain the sequence of the books which in turn helps in easily locating the book in the shelf. The Library adopts the use of surrogate cards in the PG library where Open Access system allows the students to directly approach the book shelves and choose the book they desire. For more details on the use of Surrogate Cards, refer to the section with that heading in the leaflet.
Whether you are looking to know the entire collection of the library or searching for a specific book, the best way to begin with is to search the computerized catalogue. The Library provides Online Public Access Cataloguing (OPAC) facility. Simply put, it is searching the entire collection of library through a computer interface, just as you search any information on WWW using the Google search engine. There are specially designated computer systems available in the library for this purpose. Just enter in the details of the desired book and you get the list of books available in the library. You can not only search a book by keying in the title of the book but also by entering the author’s name. In such a scenario, all the books of that author available in the library are displayed. You can just search the entire collection of books under a particular subject head by simply choosing ‘subject’ from the menu. Searching a book using OPAC is very easy and instinctive. Yet, if you have any problem you can always ask for help at the library counters. We will be glad to assist you.
The ‘logo’ of College exemplifies the motto ‘Knowledge is Power’. This logo has symbolic significance. At the Centre of this logo, there is an abbreviated form of Moolji Jaitha College (MJC).A book and a lamp in the logo signifies Arts faculty whereas a balance and a toothed wheel signifies Commerce and Industry, which in turn represent Commerce Faculty. The Scientific equipments , the figures of bacteria and atom symbolizes Chemistry, Biology, and Physics i.e. Science Faculty.This Logo thus symbolizes Arts, Commerce, and Science Faculties and the wheel indicates incessant motion of progress.
Committed to pursue higher standards in all academic, co-curricular, extra-curricular activities and administration.
Technology integrated education:
To meet the challenges of rapidly changing technological environment of the world by integrating ICT into classroom, laboratory and library.
Establish state-of-the-art facilities for research and harness on the linkages with national/international institutions.
Inculcate values among the students for good citizenry contributing to national development.
Diversity and Equal Opportunity:
Provision of equal opportunity for one and all, by offering an environment for diversity of thought, ideology and approach.
Discipline is the integral part of education and hence our top most priority is discipline.
Every Student shall wear clean suitable and presentable clothing.
Representations, complaints and grievances, if any, may be informed to the principal through the staff-in-charge of students’ welfare.
The College authorities will not own responsibilities for the costly jewels worn by the students. Students should attend all terminals and model examinations without fail.
Attendance is taken at every lecture and practical classes.
No Students will be allowed to take active part in any political activity, directly or indirectly, associated with anti-social activity with the aim of violence.
Every student should wear the identity card every day.
Every student must obtain college identity card within a month from the date of admission otherwise he /she will be subhected to penalty of Rs. 50.
Students are strictly prohibited to smoke consume drug, narcotics, tobacco, Gutka, in college premises, Not only this, but if a student, is found in possession of narcotics and drugd, he will be liable for punishment under the Mumbai Police Acr, 1951.
Use of cell phones is strictly prohibited within the campus.