JNU Library is one of the premier library of the nation that abodes books,journals, government documents, rare documents in Social science, Languages and Natural Science In addition, the printed documents the library subscribes to a wide range of electronic resources for its users.
On your first visit to the Library please bring your University card and get issued your Library Membershipcard for regular use throughout your Academic period.
Come to our Information Desk and get issued your card. For any query, please contact 011-246704550
Outstanding resources and Services
JNU Library has open access collections for its users. With over five million volumes housed on open shelves, you can benefit from immediate access and unparalleled opportunities for browsing.
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Our digital library is available 24 hours a day from anywhere in the world with your INTRANET USER ID and password. Visit Remote access to discover research sources ranging from online reference works to specialist citation databases in your field. We currently subscribe to over 700 full-text electronic journals, around 35 databases and a growing collection of electronic books, many of which are core texts.
DSpace @JNU is our institutional repository designed to store and make available the entire digital scholarly output of JNU. DSpace @JNU allows you to self-archive your papers, share research data, and store your digitised image or multimedia collections.
Visit DSpace @JNU
With Digital Resources Access we offer more than 200 computers in the Cyber Library. There is also free connection to WiFi throughout Library.
Inter Library Loan
Our dedicated Inter-Library Loans team provides access to material not held within JNU Library System. A wide range of material can be loaned for you from DELNET an agency that operate in India to facilitate InterLibrary Loan among the Libraries in India and abroad. Download Inter Library form.
Our Central library organises User Orientation Programme to "KNOW HOW OF COLLECTION AND SERVICES OF LIBRARY" for its users. For details, please contact Readers Services at 011-26704548