The Faculty of Library and Information Science is committed to excellence and innovation in the education of librarians and other information professionals, the creation of knowledge and service in a diverse and changing global information environment.

PEO 1: To cope with the increasing demand for higher education and trained human resources in the field of Library & Information Science.

PEO 2: To provide quality education at reasonable fee structure.

PEO 3: Exercise and enact the values and principles of the field and its specialisations with an awareness of overarching social responsibility associated with progressive public service for the public good.

PEO 4: To provide students with opportunities to develop cutting-edge technological skills and competences used across the information professions.


Bachelor of Library and Information Science (B.Lib.Sc.) is one year duration undergraduate programme in Library Science, typically divided into two semester. B.Lib.Sc. is designed to give students an understanding about philosophy of library science, principles, fundamentals laws and social impact.

Upon successful completion of the programme the graduate would be able to:

PO 1: Understand about libraries and librarianship.

PO 2: Get acquainted with various standards and tools being used in processing, managing and retrieving information resources.

PO 3: Manage information traditionally as well as in modern ways.

PO 4: Apply skills in carrying out professional activities such as (i) acquisition, accessioning, classification, cataloguing, and physical processing of documents; (ii) housekeeping operations using library management software and Information and Communication Technologies;(iii) maintaining library collection and; (iv) educating users


PSO 1: Professional Skills – Graduate will be able to develop efficient and effective professional skills using modern Electrical & Electronics engineering techniques.

PSO 2: Disciplinary knowledge: Capable of demonstrating comprehensive knowledge and understanding of major concepts, principles, theories and laws of various subjects in Library and Information Science and other related fields of study, including broader interdisciplinary subfields such as management, economics, information and communication technologies, etc.

PSO 3: Digitally literate: Capable of using digital technology for communication purpose, for library housekeeping operations, and for searching information from OPAC, Internet and online databases.

PSO 4: Librarianship as a profession– Ability to serve the information for advancement of society and self.