Grade "A+" Accredited by NAAC

Library at a glance

SSCBS library plays a vital role in the teaching and learning process of the college

A well-equipped library situated across two floors and has designated space for reading rooms for 218 students.

The library adds new titles in its collection on a regular basis and the total number of books in the library is 24,806. In addition, the library subscribes to 56 magazines and journals of national and international repute and 13 national and business newspapers.

The library made purchases in the field of business communication, computer science, economics, finance, human resource management, marketing and other related areas during the year to enhance the knowledge of the students by exposing them to a greater variety of books and periodicals on their respective subject.

  • Apart from the print resources, teaching and research is also supported by accessing the large number of electronic resources i.e. Electronic Journals, Reports, and Case Studies through Delhi University Library Network including 02 Federated/Common Search Engines namely JCCC and Knimbus, 10 Reference & Citation Sources, 06 Bibliographic Sources, 02 Citation Analysis Resources namely, Scopus and Web of Science and other full text databases in the field of Management Studies and Computer Science etc.

The library has an Institutional membership of Developing Library Network (DELNET); N-LIST (National Library and Information Services Infrastructure for Scholarly Content). Its databases are accessible through worldwide web which provides access to E-books and E-journals. In addition, the library also provides current content service of articles published in print journals available in the library.

The library is fully automated through KOHA cloud which enables easy access of the library catalog from anywhere anytime. Students, Faculty, and Staff members can easily check the status of the library resources by accessing the Online Public Access Catalogue. KOHA gives a clear picture of students’ library account and adds transparency to the library system.

  • To enhance Cashless environment, the library is maintaining a proper record of overdue charges on the respective title of each and every student along with generating reports from KOHA.
  • Library has Hindi Literature books and a separate section of books for Economically Weaker Section Students. In addition, all the library resources are barcoded and software has been installed at the check desk for analyzing the foot falls of students visiting the library.

Library Catalogue

The OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue) as a tool helps students and faculty in identifying the details of library collection using various search options i.e. by title, by author, by subject, by call number, by ISBN number, by accession number and so on.

It allows users to access their library accounts from anywhere anytime. The users can check the status of checkouts and overdue in their accounts. Moreover, they can also reserve the desired title, presently unavailable in the library.

It can be accessed from anywhere anytime by just clicking at the link below:

Click Here

Link to access online tutorials are given below for your help:


  • How to search library catalogue?
  • How to login to your library account?
  • How to reserve a book in library catalogue?

Link for tutorials: Click Here

Borrowing Privileges

Category Books Magazines (back issue)
1st Yr Students 4 1
2nd & 3rd Yr Students 5 1
Differently Abled Students Allotted books for whole semester 1
Economically Weaker Section Allotted books + one from EWS Section for whole semester 1
Teaching Staff 30 5
Ad-Hoc Teachers 10 5
Guest Teachers 5 1
Office Staff 10 3

Library SSCBS

Contact: 011-22573447

Working Days:
Monday – Friday
Reading Room Hours:
9.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Lending Hours:
9.30 a.m. to 4.15 p.m.


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