The Central Library of Women’s College Tinsukia, which is named after its Founder Principal Late Uma Prasanna De was established in the year 1966 to provide library service to its academic community. Right from its inception the thrust has been on creating effective library collection for its clientele.

Presently it has a collection of 40,523 books and 11,416 other printed materials including Question Papers, Bound Periodicals, Leaflets and Maps. The library subscribes to 36 journals and magazines and 9 newspapers. It has also taken part in the NLIST (National Library and Information Services Infrastructure for Scholarly Content) Programme hosted by INFLIBNET centre Ahmadabad. It is also a member of DELNET- Developing Library Network, New Delhi which is a major resource sharing library network in India. The library has been rendering service not only to the academic community of the college but to readers from outside of the college also.


The library remains open on all working days. During working days library card holders can avail all library facilities.


  1. Normal working hours: 9.30a.m. - 4.30p.m.
  2. Extended Working Hour: 4.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. Only the Reading Room and the Media Centre services are available.
  3. Sundays and listed holidays - Closed


 It is an open access library, with free access for all the members/card holders to every section/corner of the library.

  • The working hour of the library is from 9.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. on all working days. The library hour has been extended from 4.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. (only for Media Centre/Reading Room services would be available during this period). There is a provision for half an hour of lunch break from 2.00 p.m. to 2.30 p.m.
  • Apart from the normal working days the library shall also remain open during the semester breaks.
  • Personal belongings (except small purses) shall not be allowed to be carried by the readers into the library. There is a provision for property counter at the entrance.
  • The students must produce their Identity Cards and Library Cards at the time of borrowing and returning books.
  • The students can see the Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) of the library to check the availability of books within library database.
  • Books, Journals & previous years question papers are issued to the bonafide students/teachers/external members of the college as per following guidelines –
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Bonafide Member

Maximum nos. of Books to be issued

No. of Days that an issued book can be kept in custody

Higher Secondary Students

2 books

15 days

U.G. Students (with Major)

5 books

15 days

U.G. Students (without Major)

5 books

15 days

Teachers (Regular)

20 books

90 days

Teachers (Temporary)

20 books

90 days

External Members

4 books

15 days

Institutional Member (Mobile Library scheme)

50 books

30 days

Non Teaching Members

10 Books

30 days

  • Rare books, reference books, unbound periodicals, books on fine arts, maps & question papers bound in book frame, may not be issued.
  • No book shall be issued on loan which, in the opinion of the Librarian, is not in a condition to be handled by the borrower.
  • In case of any book is in great demand the Librarian may regulate the use of the same in a manner he/she considers proper.
  • The Librarian may recall any book from any borrower at any time if such circumstances arise.
  • On the justified ground, the Librarian may refuse to issue a book to any borrower without assigning any reason thereto.
  • In case of loss of a library card, the borrower must report immediately to the Librarian who shall issue a fresh card after receiving a satisfactory explanation and payment of Rs.50/-
  • The students must be in college uniforms in the library.
  • Decorum and silence should be maintained by the students within the library premises.
  • The students are liable to punishment and fine if they misbehave or damage the book/ any other property of the library.
  • Borrowers must check for any kind of markings/mutilations within the book. If markings/mutilations are detected, it is their duty to bring it to the notice of the Library Assistant at the counter and get it recorded to avoid a penalty at the time of the return of the book.
  • The borrowers shall not sub-lend the books issued from the library.
  • Students must acquire Library Clearance Certificate from the Librarian before the declaration of their Final Results. It is mandatory for all students to produce a Library Clearance Certificate to obtain Mark-sheet & Pass Certificate.


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