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ABOUT LIBRARY The Library of Sushant School of Art and Architecture is not only the knowledge center at SSAA, but has a very active learning ambience for students and faculty of Architecture, Planning and Design. Vision of SSAA Library is to support research and learning process with the innovative services, easily accessible outstanding knowledge resources and empowered by latest technology. SSAA Library houses more than 12,000 resources, which includes Books, National and International Journals, Dissertation and Project Report. In addition, the Library has a growing collection of Audio Visual Resources on CDs, DVDs and Slides. The library has two sections: Main Section and Reference Section. It is equipped with a reading section. It is fully linked with Internet and local Intranet and has a rich collection of relevant books, journals and educational CD-ROMs. The library subscribes to National and International Journals in print besides a large number of e-journals through J-Store and e-books through EBSCO. Below are the details of resources at SSAA Library:

 1

Total Books

: Volume – 10,255

: Title – 8,990

 2

Reference Section

: 3,570

 

Roger Connar

: 1,092

 

Shravan Kumar:

: 2,478

 3

Printed Journals

: 28

 

National

: 8

 

International

: 20

4.

E- Journals

: J-Stor

5.

E-Books Collection

: EBSCO

6.

Digital Collection

: DELNET, National Digital Libray (NDL), Naional Aacademic Depository (NAD), Shodh Ganga , Shodh Sindhu, URKUND Anti Plagiarism Software

 

CDs

: 1400

 

Newspaper

: 6

 

Dissertation & Project Report

: 2158

 

Ph.D. Thesis

: 25

The Library is fully automated & computerized by TCSions, which is the most popular and widely used software in the country. TCSions is an Integrated Library Management System that supports all in-house operations of the library. The Library also has online access to J-Store journals and EBSCO E-Book Database. We have a membership of DELNET (Developing Library Network) for resource sharing and inter-library loans of national and the international database. Ansal University also centrally subscribes these E-Resources as mentioned below:

SUSHANT SCHOOL OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE | ANSAL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

E-JOURNAL & DATA BASE

E-Resources

Link

User ID

Passward

Through IP

J-STOR

Jstor.org

No user ID

No Pwd.

Access through IP

DELNET

http://delnet.nic.in/

hraug

aug55

SCCONLINE

www.scconline.com

No user ID

No Pwd.

Access through IP

Manupatra

www.manupatra.com

ansaluniv

ansaluniv

Both (IP base also)

E-Books Database

Link

User ID

Passward

Through IP

EBSCO

search.ebscohost.com

 ansalibrary

library@123

Access through IP

NDL

National Digital Library

librarian@ansaluniversity.edu.in

ansal2019

 

Ansal University also a member of    

Sodhganga (INFLIBNET)

Anti-Plagiarism Software

URKUND

Contact: phdmonitoring@ansaluniversity.edu.in

REFERENCE SECTION

Reference Books shall be issued overnight only (after 5.30 PM). Journals, Newspapers, Reports, Directories, and Dictionaries are not lent. Only reference textbooks shall be issued for overnight. All reference materials shall be left on the reference desk before leaving the library. Photocopy facility available inside the library on payment basis

LIBRARY TIMINGS

The Library is open on all working days from 09:00 AM to 8:00 PM unless otherwise declared. Library Observes all the holiday of Anal Univerisity.

Library Hours

During Academic Session

During Vaccation

Monday to Friday

Open: 09:00 Hrs-   20:00 Hrs

Issue: 09:30 Hrs- 16:30 Hrs

Open: 09:00 Hrs-   17:00 Hrs

Issue: 09:30 Hrs- 16:30 Hrs

Saturday and Sunday

Closed

Closed

CIRCULATION POLICY

All students, staffs and faculty members of SSAA can borrow books from the library. Undergraduate students and postgraduate students can borrow 4 books from the library against their Identity Card for 14 days only. If the user fails to return the book on or before the due date, then a late fee of Rs.5/- per day per book is levied.

 

Books other than reference books shall be issued to students for a period of 14 days only. For the teachers, the loan period is for entire Semester on the condition that they shall make the resources available to the students as and when they require.

 

COST OF DAMAGED/LOST BOOKS & PERIODICALS

Loss of books, if any, shall be reported to the Librarian (Library) immediately and it should be replaced with a new copy, plus Rs. 100/- penalty along with a levy of overdue charges if any. In case the borrower is unable to replace the books that are lost, he will be levied a penalty, which is cost of the book plus Rs. 100/- plus overdue charges, if any.

 

CATALOGUE

Cataloging of books acts as a guide between users and the books. It helps the user to locate titles on racks. It consists of detailed history/bibliographic description (e.g Title, Author, Publisher, Year, pages etc.) of a particular Book/Reading material can be accessed online via the OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue).

  1. By Title
  2. By Author Surname
  3. By Subject

 

INTER LIBRARY LOAN

Library Knowledge Centre (LKC) provides the inter library loan facility to SSAA users. A book not available in SSAA library can be borrowed from other libraries. Contact the Librarian in such cases.

REPROGRAPHY

Photocopy facility managed by a private operator is available inside the library on payment basis

 

NEW ADDITION LIST

The new addition list of books is available through online catalogue (OPAC). You just click on the “new addition” icon available at OPAC. It will display the new addition of books since last 15 days.

LIBRARY USE POLICY

  • Each student has been issued bar-coded ID cards for borrowing books.
  • Bar-coded Borrower card is mandatory for borrowing books from LKC.
  • Readers should observe strict silence and switch off their mobile phones etc in the library premises.
  • Readers are not allowed to bring personal books or many printed material and other personal belongings like bags inside the library. These materials are to be kept at the property counter at their own risk. Readers are advised not to leave their precious and valuable items like money, passport, credit card, mobile phone etc. at the property counter.
  • Book that are in the special demand shall be lent for shorter periods as may be necessary and books lent out may be recalled at any time, if required.
  • CD-ROM are not lent out of the library.
  • The readers shall check the book thoroughly for missing pages, chapters, pictures etc., while borrowing the book.
  • No book in damaged condition shall be accepted from the reader. Mutilated or spoiled books will have to be replaced by the borrower
  • One renewal of books shall be permitted. For renewal, books have to be presented physically at the library counter.
  • Loss of book shall be reported immediately. Late fees, if any, shall be charged until the loss of book is reported. If the original library book is returned after reporting it lost, the fine will be calculated until the date of its return.
  • Members, before leaving the counter must satisfy themselves as to whether the books, which they intend to borrow, are in good condition and any damage/marking shall be immediately reported to the library staff, failing which the member to whom the book was issued will be held responsible.
  • If any student found stealing or tearing any library documents, he/she shall be debarred from using library facilities as decided by librarian.
  • Smoking, Eating, Drinking and using Mobile Phone, playing games in mobile. / Playing games is not permitted within the Library. No food beverage permitted inside the library. Eating or drinking inside the library is prohibited. A member shall be responsible for any damage done by him/her to the books. He/she will be required to replace the book.
  • All articles being taken out of the library are subject to inspection at the exit gate.
  • The Librarian is authorized to terminate the membership of any borrower if he/she is found guilty of inappropriate behaviour
  • Any making or writing inside the books by the members is strictly prohibited. If any damage/marking is found, the members have to replace the book, plus Rs. 100/- as penalty.

JOURNALS AND NEWSPAPER

 

LIST OF JOURNALS

1

A + U

2

AA Files

3

ABITARE: INT. Design Magazine

4

Architectural Digest

5

Architectural History

6

Architectural Record

7

Architectural Review

8

Architecture + Design

9

Architectural Design

10

Art India

11

Civil Engineering & Construction Review

12

Context: Built Living And nature(Online)

13

CW Interiors

14

Detail: Review of Arch. & Constructions

15

Domus India

16

Down to Earth

17

Elle Décor

18

G A Houses

19

Home Trends

20

Indian Architecture & Builder

21

Indian Concrete Journal

22

Japan Architecture

23

Journal of Landscape Architecture

24

Landscape Journal

25

MARG: A Magazine of the Arts

26

Metropolis

27

Society Interiors

28

Wallpaper

 

LIST OF NEWS PAPERS

1

Times of india

2

Hindustan times

3

Navbharat Times

4

The mllinium

5

Mint

6

Mail today

LIBRARY FACILITIES & SERVICES

  • Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC)
  • Stack Area: In our Library there are following types of Stack Areas: Text Books, Reference Books, General/Novel Books, Seminar/Conference Proceeding
  • Reading room facility
  • Circulation Service
  • Journal Section
  • Reference Service
  • Question Banks
  • Inter Library Loan/ Document Delivery Service
  • Internet
  • Property Counter
  • User Orientation Programme
  • New Arrivals
  • Photocopy/Reprography
  • Faculty Publications
  • Students and college studio work
  • Air Conditioned Reading Hall
  • Wi-Fi Enabled Library
  • CCTV Surveillance in the Library (In process)

Name

Qualification

Designation

Library

Photo

Dr. R. N. Malviya

Ph. 9811344084

Email:

rnmalviya@ansaluniversity.edu.in

MA, MLIS, MBA, & Ph.D.

Chief Librarian

 All Library

Ansal University

Ms. Upasana

Ph. 8168669921

Email:

upasana@ansaluniversity.edu.in

MLIS, MBA

Assistant Librarian

 Sushant School Of Art And Architecture

Mr. Ramji Chaurasia

Ph. 7827230621

Email:

ramjichaurasia@ansaluniversity.edu.in

 

12th

 Library Attendent

 Sushant School Of Art And Architecture

EVENTS @ SSAA Library

I-PAC 2019

Open day 2019

Lecture Discussion Council of Architecture visit

Book Exhibiton 2019

Library Orientation Program 2018 Degree Show 2019 Founders Day

 

CONTACT US

Dr. Rama Nand Malviya

Chief Librarian

Ansal University Sector 55, Golf Course Road, Gurgaon - 122003 (Haryana)

Email: rnmalviya@ansaluniversity.edu.in

Mobile NO. 09811344084

OFFICE NO. +91 124 4750518, +91 124 4750501

DOWNLOADS Book Requisition Form ( Pdf Format )

Reprographics

Photocopy, printing and plotting facility is managed by a private operator and is available in the school premises.

Workshop

The school has a workshop, where students can undertake experiments and create objects, models, projects, etc. the workshop provides hands on experience on the concepts learnt in the classes. It is well-equipped with state of the art tools and facilities. Experiential learning is prominent in studios and labs at SSAA that offers opportunity to work alongside industry professional seeking to solve real-world design & planning problems.

Computer laboratory

Fully equipped computer labs with latest computers (Core2Duo and i3 systems with LCD screens) with software’s like AutoCAD is present in the school.

Zyxis Studio

The lab is equipped with modern technologies such as the Laser Cutter and engraving Machine that can enable students to cut and engrave across a range of dimensions on various materials such a paper, acrylic, leather, stone and clothes. The printer behaves just like a normal printer, which can be operated through various softwares such as CorelDraw, Autodesk, AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop and other softwares in the Adobe Suite. Since it can cut or engrave any material, as per design, it is especially beneficial for students of architecture (SSAA) in model making. The accuracy and precision will give a splendidly cut elevation for the model making and in no time students will be ready with their 3-dimensional model. The Z-printer 450(3D Systems) sets the standard for speed, colour, affordability and ease of use. It simplifies the 3D printing process with automated operation art every step and transforms electronic 3D data into hand-held physical models. Color dramatically communicates the proposed look, feel and style of engineering product designs.

 

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