Marian College Library is a fully computerized library, offering its users full access to interactive media and hard copies that complement the teaching-learning process. The library has wide and varied collections of both national and international books journals and online databases.

The library will be open from 08.00 am to 10.00 pm on all days except Sundays and public holidays. Issue and return of books will be done from 8 am to 5 pm on all working days. The library is fully Open Access and all users of the library can access all the resources at any time.

The Open-Source Library Integrated System Koha is used to fully automate the library. The College library is equipped with over 42438 books, 140 journals/magazines 2,05,000 e-books 10,000 e-journals. The library has developed a fully operating Digital Library using Calibre, an open resource repository software. The library has OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue) facility on the Internet and intranet within the college. Every student has been given the Login ID and Password for accessing OPAC, using which they can get every information regarding the books including their circulation statistics. Reservation and renewal of documents could be done even while the student is out of campus.


To be an academic library with excellence that supports our stakeholders in teaching, learning and research endeavors by providing seamless access to top- notch information resources and state of the art facilities.


The mission of the college library is to provide a welcoming and inclusive environment
that facilitates access to information resources, supports teaching and learning, and promotes
intellectual inquiry and scholarship. We aim to accomplish this by:

  • Building and maintaining a comprehensive collection of print and digital resources that support the curriculum and research needs of students, faculty, and staff.
  • Providing expert reference and research assistance to help users find, evaluate, and use information effectively.
  • Offering instructional programs and services that promote information literacy and critical thinking skills.
  • Collaborating with other campus units and community partners to support interdisciplinary research and scholarship.
  • Creating a welcoming and inclusive environment that fosters intellectual curiosity, creativity, and lifelong learning.
  • Continuously evaluating and improving our services and resources to meet the evolving needs of our users.