The University Library, named as Bhai Kahn Singh Nabha Library, housed in a spacious modern and Air-Conditioned, Wi-Fi enabled building stocks more than 5,20,000 volumes and subscribes to more than three hundred and fifty journals. Latest books are added regularly every year. The library is kept open for 360 days of the year from 8.15 a.m. to 8.15 p.m. every day. The library has a majestic reading hall, which has a capacity for more than 500 readers where they can sit and consult reference books and other relevant literature. A separate Night Reading Hall is available for readers 365x24x7 with facilities of A.C., Bathroom and Wi-Fi. The library is actively participating in the INFLIBNET programme. It caters to the requirements of all the teaching and research departments.
A new specialized wing called the Punjabi Reference Library has been added in the recent past. The aim of this library is to build up a strong collection on Punjab History, Culture, Sikhism, Punjabi Language and Literature. The rich collection of this library comprises of more than 1.5 lakh documents. About 125 important daily, weekly, newspapers and periodicals published anywhere in the world are received regularly in this library. Nearly 70,000 documents have been collected from eminent historians and literatures. These contain newspapers, magazines, books, diaries and manuscripts pertaining to the 19th and 20th century. These documents contain mines of information, which is of immense value to the scholars.
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