The Library and Learning Resource Centre (LLRC)

Library And learning resource center (llrc)

The Library & Learning Resource Center (LLRC) is located on the ground floor of the main campus building. The library’s integral role as a learning support department is to provide content, services, and information resources to meet curriculum requirements, cultivate learning, inspire new ideas and stimulate research. The university library offers an array of print and electronic information resources, technologies, and virtual services to support the academic and research needs of students, staffs, and researchers. The library provides a large open reading area which is fitted with different types of study spaces for both
individual and communal learners. The area has dedicated wifi connectivity and shared study carrels which have network access. Students are required to carry their student ID card to access the library spaces and services

Opening hours and access to space

The Library’s opening hours are from 7:30 am to 12 midnight during the working day and 10 am to 12 midnight on weekends. All students can access study spaces on a first-come, first-serve basis. Prior reservations are required to access group study rooms. The Library is a quiet zone. Maintain silence when you are in the Library, and All users are expected to follow the library policies.


The Library supports its users through virtually managed support services. You can request online tutorials & meetings with us.

Request & Collect services

Your student ID card is also your library card, and you can borrow books by taking the book to the Library information desk or asking for staff assistance.

Alternatively, users can browse PRIMO-the Online Library, to view what is available on the shelves and use the request option to reserve an item from our collection to be loaned. Once an item is reserved for loan the library staff will search for the item, retrieve the item(s) and prepare the item(s) for collection. When items are ready, an automated notification email will be sent to the requester. UG students can borrow 13 items at a time for two weeks. You can personally renew your items through your PRIMO account twice or request by email to

To reserve books, sign into the library catalogue at  

Find a seat service

The Library has various study spaces to suit your study style. If you are looking for a group study room, you may reserve it before arrival. Study rooms can be booked from:

Reservations for study rooms are mandatory for all users; Approvals are restricted to groups only.

Library Document Delivery services

Users can now use the Library document delivery services to order an article unavailable within our collection. Only registered students can use this service; all requests must be related to a course, project, or assignment.

Successful requests will be delivered electronically to the requester’s mailbox. Contact Mr Asif Altaf at  for any questions.


Get personalized guidance from our Research Support librarian through research consultation, on-campus & online sessions, and training on using research tools and search strategies. Contact Dr. Bindhu Nair at  to make an appointment.

Support for teaching & learning

The Education & Clinical Support librarian will engage with users personally or remotely to support queries on referencing, course-related instruction and one-on-one consultation. Contact Dr. Suchita D’Silva at  to make an appointment.

Find books, journals, articles and other information for your assignments

Use Primo Discovery Search to find books, ebooks, journal titles, articles, and all other library resources. For tips on finding what you need, look at the guide to using Library Search. 


The Library provides access to required textbooks in PRINT & electronic format where possible. The Library provides access to readings compiled for your course through Course Reserves. If students need to purchase their copies of books,  contact Ms. Hanna George at

Library policies

  • Hot beverages in tightly sealed mugs are allowed in the Library. The Library does not permit open mugs, paper coffee cups with lids, soda cans, and other plastic or glass containers. Bottled water is allowed in the Library.
  • Food is strictly prohibited in the Library.
  • Students cannot access the library study rooms without a formal booking via the ‘Find a seat service.’
  • The Library is a quiet study space; users must respect other users by limiting noisy interaction within the library space.

Library guides

  • The subject specialist librarians have curated topical and program-relevant information into libguides.
  • Users can use lib guides to find books, databases, and relevant topics to their program and year.
  • The referencing libguide page includes a guide for referencing, answers to FAQs, helpful tips and tools to get you referencing quickly, and guides for other referencing styles.
  • Engage with librarians in real time to answer your queries through the lib chat services. Librarians will be available from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm to answer your questions.

Access libguides from:

Need help?

In Person: Come to our information desk for assistance.

Online: Ask your librarian; chat with us all weekdays from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm.


By Phone or email: Call us on 16660023 or email

By appointment: Book an appointment with your librarian at