Library

About the Library

The North-Eastern Hill University (NEHU) Library, which started with a collection of 600 books in 1973, is now a premier university library of the North-Eastern Region of India with a collection of over 2.3 lakh volumes of books and bound periodicals supplemented by the enormous information resources now available through the UGC-INFONET Consortium and the links to global information resources and services provided on its webpage.

The NEHU Central Library is now equipped with high-end computers and other electronic and audio-visual equipment to provide seamless in-house and online services. Following the University Grants Commission's selection of North-Eastern Hill University as a "University with Potential for Excellence", the NEHU Library has launched a major effort to provide the best services through internal reorganisation, optimisation of available resources, launching of innovative services, and by taking the initiative to reach out to the user community through various programmes.

The NEHU Central Library at Shillong and the NEHU Campus Library at Tura cater to the needs of the students, research scholars, faculty, administrators and staff of the university.

The library building, funded by DoNER, was inaugurated on 20th September, 2006 by Shri P. R. Kyndiah, Hon'ble Union Minister of Tribal Affairs & DoNER, Govt. of India in the presence of Prof. P. Tandon, Vice Chancellor, NEHU, Shillong.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UGC INFONET Digital Library Consortium

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>Science Direct 10 subject collection

>Wiley-Blackwell 908 titles

>Download Titles of UGC INFONET e-journals

> UGC INFONET e-journals Subject-wise

> Web of Science > Other UGC INFONET Databases

>J-Gate Custom Content for Consortia (JCCC)

>Usage statistices of e-resources