The Central Library of the University is located in the Dr. V.S. Acharya Memorial Block is well organized. It has about 25032 books and 3200 donated books and 36 Journals. There is book bank facility for the benefit of students, books purchased from Special Component Plan and Tribal Special Plan Grant. For the easy access benefits of students and faculty. The library has good collection of competitive exam books which is helping for the students to prepare for the competitive exams.
A Bibliographic (holding) list is available to know about the documents. Library is providing reprography services which are helping for the users to get the photocopy of the required information. Library has computers with internet connectivity. There is subject wise list of CDs which can be accessed by using the computers. It also provides internet facility to the staff. The library has subscription for journals and magazines, newspapers. Reading room facility is available, which is help for the users to know about the Local, regional and national news.
Network Operation Centre
Tumkur University, has achieved a great feat by transforming its campus into a totally internet-enabled campus. Now, any faculty and student can access internet anywhere any time in the campus.
The campus has 420 LAN points and 10 wi-fi devices. The development of using Information Communication Technology (ICT) has been utilized for achieving academic excellence. The University provides all ICT facilities to its primary stake holders. The following diagram explains the campus networking concept in a precise manner.
Remote Sensing Centre
University has collaborated with Indian Space Research Organization to establish a remote sensing center in the campus. With the launch GIS and remote sensing center university has joint the elite league of institutions with boast of facilities
Automated Weather Station
It is latest of its kind in the state. It was established in 2010 as an initiative of ISRO. It is an agricultural friendly venture in addition to addressing the research and education needs.