The S.G.S.P. Mandal’aYeola Swami Muktnanad College of Science college library known was established in the year 1991 to support the academic and extra-curricular objectives of the college.The College Library has been playing a very significant role in the educational process and it is the heart of the institution. The library is the storehouse of knowledge that helps achieve the objectives of education, conservation of knowledge and ideas as well as teaching and research programmes. Our College Library performs a variety of functions by the way of collecting information, processing, retrieving the relevant information and providing it to the users. The library also helps the students and faculty with text books, reference books, magazines and journals and also e-resources with respect to all subject areas. ​

Staff List

Name Designation Details
Mr. N. B. Bachhav Librarian Details

Library Advisory Committee

Library has advisory committee to exercise general direction, control, supervision and guidance. The Library Committee plays a vital role in enhancing and developing the library services. Library committee consists of the Principal, teachers and Librarian. They meet and plan for the Preparation of the library budget. Decisions regarding the weeding out of books, annual activities conducted by the library and also discuss the recommendations made for books and subscription of library journals/periodicals. The Principal, Head of departments recommended books to be purchased for the library.

Members of Library Advisory Committee -

1  Prin.Dr.DatirR. B  Chairman
2 Mrs. Pande S C Member
3 Mr. Patil P.N. Member
4 Mr. Bhagwat V C Member
5 Mr. Dr.Vibhandik A M Member
6 Mr. Bachhav N B Secretary

Year-wise books added to the library

Sr. No Year No. of Books Cost (Rs.)
1 1991-1992 448 12811.00
2 1992-1993 195 6727.00
3 1993-1994 55 1957.00
4 1994-1995 15 922.00
5 1995-1996 241 13425.00
6 1996-1997 78 3012.00
7 1997-1998 187 9300.00
8 1998-1999 107 5771.00
9 1999-2000 102 6020.00
10 2000-2001 35 2171.00
11 2001-2002 124 22315.00
12 2002-2003 205 17078.00
13 2003-2004 320 36492.00
14 2004-2005 163 16526.00
15 2005-2006 138 11500.00
16 2006-2007 107 19565.00
17 2007-2008 22 3222.00
18 2008-2009 298 33825.00
19 2009-2010 324 56793.00
20 2010-2011 146 15455.00
21 2011-2012 130 34504.00
22 2012-2013 150 36804.00
23 2013-2014 380 76123.00
24 2014-2015 272 42010.00
25 2015-2016 267 36550.00
26 2016-2017 379 72540.00
27 2017-2018 59 10369.00

Rules & Regulation

  • Identity Card is non-transferable.
  • Every Student must always carry his/her Identity Card
  • If the Identity card is lost by a member, he/she shall make a written report to the Principal/Librarian and request for a duplicate I card
  • College Leaving Certificate will not be given to a pupil until he/she has returned all the books
  • A duplicate Identity Card will be issued to the member on payment of Rs. 50/-.
  • Spitting and smoking in any part of the Library is strictly prohibited
  • No waste paper shall be thrown on the floor of the Library.
  • Books will be issued between 11.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. On all working days.
  • While borrowing book every student must check the books missing pages or any other damages to the book and bring it to the notice of Librarian.
  • Do not mark, fold and tear any pages of the Library-book.
  • Any Library-book damaged by the user shall be replaced or its cost and fine shall be paid by the user.
  • Issued book may be suspended at any time by the order of Librarian, for instance, at the time of stock taking.
  • The librarian is empowered to recall any book at any time.
  • Handle the books carefully while Browsing/Consulting them
  • All Library books shall be returned after the end of the Examination.
  • Switch off mobile in the library premises.

Syllabus and Question Papers

Access to Open Access E-Resources (e-journals, e-books, audio books and interactive e-content):  
Click on the links below to access the respective e-resources:

Taylor & Francis Open and Routledge Open (4,557 Titles)


  • e-PG Pathshala: A Gateway to all PG Courses – High quality, curriculum-based, interactive content in different subjects across all disciplines 
  • e-Pathshala of NCERT: Access digital textbooks and e Resources


GranthDindiorganized by LIBRARY on
15-October-2018 on the occasion of
​Birth Anniversary of Bharat Ratna Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam celebrated as ‘VachanPrerna Din’

Report for the “Reading Day Inspiration” 15 October 2019

Sr. No. Particulars
1 Name of the Event To Celebrate Former President A.P.J Abdul Kalam’s Birth Anniversary as “Reading Day Inspiration” 
2 Organizing Department Library
3 Coordinator of the event Prof. N. B. Bachhav  (Librarian)
4 Asstt. Coordinator for the event Dr. Ajay Vibhandik (NSS Officer), Prof. Ajay Tribhuvan (SDO Officer) 
5 Date of Event 15 October 2019
6 Time of Event 1.00 to 2.30 pm
7 Duration of Event 1 Day
8 Type of Event Extra-Curricular Activity
9 Venue College Auditorium 
10 Participated Class & number of students  All Class of B. Sc.
11 Chairperson &Chief Guest for the Event  Principal Dr.  Dhanraj Goswami
12 Participated Department National Service Scheme & Students Development Board
13 Budget (Appr.) 1000/-
14 Source of Fund College, NSS and Students Development Board
15 Purpose of the Event To awareness about reading habits among students in technological era.  
16 NAAC Criteria -related Event 3.4.1

Reading Inspiration Day was celebrated at Swami Muktanand College of Science, Yeola as a birthday of former President Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam On 15th of October 2019. On this occasion, a lecture was organized to create awareness among students about importance of reading habit and purpose of Maharashtra Government to celebrating the day. Students of F. Y.& S. Y. B Sc. were participated in the programme. The function was inaugurated with auspicious Maa Saraswati, lamp lighting and garlanding ceremony of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and Muktanand Swami. The inaugural function was attended by Chief Guest Dr. D. B. Goswami, Principal and Dr. S. W. Patale, IQAC Coordinator, Dr. Ajay Vibhandik NSS Coordinator, Prof. Ajay Tribhuvan, Student Welfare Officer with other staffs of college. The inaugural ceremony was preceded with the felicitation of honorable dignitaries by offering book.
Dr. Ajay Vibhandik, NSS Coordinator, welcomed the dignitaries on dais and greeted oneand all on the occasion of Reading Inspiration Day. He enlightened the importance of reading inspiration day. Mr. Nitin Bachhav, Librarian, began the program delivering introductory speech about the importance of reading day. From 2015, Maharashtra Government declared that 15 October 2019 as “Reading Inspiration Day” in the state. Reading has a significant number of benefits such as mental stimulation, stress seduction, knowledge, vocabulary expansion, memory improvement.

Dr. D. B. Goswami spoke to the students about the importance of developing a reading habit. He cited examples of many great personalities who reached great heights due to their reading habits. In the world today where information are abundant, reading books is one of the best ways to be informed. Though reading might seem like simple fun, it can be helping your body and mind without you even realizing what is happening. While imbibing the significance of reading on the students, the students to undertake extra reading despite the importance of daily school and college studies. Reading is a great source of pleasure and knowledge. The college students should read at least one book per month. They should ensure separate time for reading and assured the students that this passion for reading will contribute in bringing genius like Dr. Abdul Kalam, Dr. Ambedkar. Dr. S. W. Patale mentioned that reading is important in student’s life because reading provides us knowledge. Reading book provided a richer experience than watching a movie.
The students of F Y & S Y B Sc. participated enthusiastically and was inspired by the speech. The function ended up by Mr. P. N. Patil gave vote of thanks and expressed his gratitude to everyone for being part of this grand intellectual gathering.

Report for the “Reading Day Inspiration” 15 October 2018



Name of the Event 

To Celebrate Former President A.P.J Abdul Kalam’s Birth Anniversary as 

“Reading Day Inspiration”  

Organizing Department  Library  
Coordinator of the event  Prof. N. B Bachhav  (Librarian) 
Asstt. Coordinator for the event  Dr. Ajay Vibhandik (NSS Officer), Prof. Ajay Tribhuvan (SDO Officer)  
Date of Event  15 October 2018 
Time of Event  10.30 to 12.30 pm 
Duration of Event  1 Day 
Type of Event  Extra-Curricular Activity 
Venue  College campus and Yeola City 
10  Participated Class & number of students   All Class of B. Sc. & 250 students 
11  Chairperson for the Event   Principal Dr.  R.B. Datir 
12  Chief Guest for the Event  Chairman Mr. Sharad Nagdekar and Secretary Mr. Dipak Gaikwad 
13  Participated Department  National Service Scheme & Students Development Board 
14  Budget (Appr.)  2500/- 
15  Source of Fund  College & NSS 
16  Purpose of the Event  To awareness about reading habits among students in technological era.  
17  NAAC Criteria -related Event  3.4.1 & 3.4.3  

Francis Bacon says: “Reading make a full man; conference a ready man; and writing an exact man”.
Reading Inspiration Day was celebrated at in Swami Muktanand College of Science, Yeola as a birthday of former President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam On 15th of October 2018. On this occasion, Granth Dindi or a procession of books placed in palanquin started from college covering Yeola City major parts such as Kala Maruti road, main road, Ch. Shivaji Statute, fatteburuj naka and among others to create awareness among the citizen, kids and students about importance of reading habit and purpose of Maharashtra Government to celebrating the day. Students of F Y B Sc. participated in the programme. S G S P Mandal’s Chairman Mr. Sharad Nagdekar and Secretary Mr. Dipak Gaikwad performed a pooja of the books and palanquin. Speaking at a programme, Nagdekar said that the aim of establishing the library was to cultivate reading habit among kids, students. There is no denying the fact that students today are headed towards electronic world and avoid reading books. Our efforts are to develop reading habit among students and develop rich reading culture. Mr. Gaikwad speak that reading habit should be developed from childhood as it is the time when you can cultivate them in your child’s brain. Books sharpen your mind and improve the thought process. To encourage students to read books, efforts are needed at home and in educational institution as well, he added. Principal Dr. R B Datir said that easy access to internet amongst student is bringing down the use of read printed books. In addition to teaching and guiding the students, teachers should play a pivotal role in inculcating the habit of reading among student community. Reading was a great form of meditation that helped to focus better and enrich the mind. In today’s technological world, a sea of information is available online. But, the much needed soft skills and social skills can be developed only if one keeps himself updated by reading, Dr. Datir said.

On this occasion, Prof. Ajay Tribhuvan donating the books to the library. The students of F Y & S Y B Sc. participated enthusiastically and was inspired by the speech. The function ended up with the students’ feedback, standing ovation and vote of thanks registered by Librarian N. B. Bachhav