The Department of Humanities houses a small but well-managed library. Its major assets are the M.Phil. and PhD dissertations of our students. It also boasts of a sizeable collection of the old issues of various magazines such as The Economist, The Economic and Political Weekly and The Times Literary Supplement. In addition, it includes a number of books on various subjects donated by the faculty and students of the department. This library mostly survives on donations of books. Efforts are on to improve the facilities of the library, to improve the stock of books, and also to convert it into a reading room. It also has two computers.
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