The library, known as the Learning Resource Centre (LRC), is the heart of the Academic Centre at the OAS ITM. It is designed to meet the information needs of the OAS ITM community and is also the source for news on the latest developments in Engineering & Technology, Business and Management.
The Central Library caters to the information needs of the institute faculty, students, staff, research institutions & industries. It has around 9000 plus books covering all disciplines of science, engineering, technology, humanities & Management Science. The collection comprises printed documents such as books, reports, and journal back volumes. The non-book collections include material like audio/video cassettes and CD ROM discs. It has a separate collection of prescribed textbooks under 'Book Bank' for the exclusive use of students.
The Central library currently subscribes to around 100 scholarly journals in sciences, engineering and humanities. Under the INDEST consortium and reputed publishers like IEEE, ASTMD, J GATE, EBSCO, ASME, the library provides on-line access to a large number of full-text journal databases. These e-journals are accessible on intranet to campus users only.
The library provides various services for its members such as - Lending of books and journal back volumes, reservation of books, inter-library loan, document delivery, photocopying, CDROM and Internet services & video screening.
All the library activities are computerized, including bar-coded ID cards and separate On-line Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) terminals for searching books in the library. Some of the major services rendered by the library are reference, reprographic, bibliographic, document delivery, Data Search Facilities, resource sharing etc…
The library working hours are from 9 A.M. to 6PM on weekdays and 9 A.M. to 5.30 P.M. on Saturdays, Sundays & holidays.
The extremely well stocked library is regularly updated with the latest journals and newsletters.
Outfitted with state-of-the-art equipment, this beautiful and versatile theatre facilitates a greater degree of resonance to the considerable benefit of performances.
The campus has a couple of food joints, frequented more by the Faculty members, Students and visitors. The Campus Cafe is open from 8.00 A.M. to 8.00 P.M. on all working days including Saturdays. A wide variety of South Indian and North Indian dishes are available. During lunch time Meals are available at very nominal rates.
OAS Institute of Technology and Management provides accommodation to students wishing to reside in the hostels. The hostel is administered by a Warden/Deputy wardens.
The rooms are spacious and properly ventilated to feel a Home Away from Home. Each room is provided with a cot, a table, a chair, a bookshelf, and a ceiling fan (with regulator).
Smoking, consumption of alcoholic drinks and use of narcotic drugs is strictly prohibited.
A Sound body is essential for a sound mind.
The hostel is annexed with a kitchen, to provide food at protected and hygienic environment along with dining halls. Healthy and nutritive food is served.
Physical fitness has been given utmost importance.
With a strong focus on overall development of the student's personality, OAS ITM has robust sporting infrastructure. This includes facilities for cricket, tennis, basketball, volleyball, throw ball, badminton, indoor games etc.
These facilities have had a role to play in the institute having a strong sporting culture.
OAS ITM has an in-house Health Care Centre exclusive to the staff & students. OAS ITM has a team of specialist doctors who conduct the annual health check up. Each student is insured under the Mediclaim.
OAS ITM also provides an in-house health club & fitness center with a view to facilitate a holistic development of mind & body. The center thus provides preventive, as well as curative health care services with a view to ensure Positive Health in all members of the OAS ITM Family.
For an institution located in a sprawling campus, security is of paramount importance. It is with this in mind that OAS ITM has developed an efficient security system.
The Security Wing of the Institute has laid down a set of rules and regulations which have to be complied with by all residents and visitors on campus. The Security Wing is headed by the Chief Security Officer and has a Duty room functioning round-the-clock to prevent any breach of security.
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Reviewed on Aug 18, 2016