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Month & Week Events Planned
July 2nd week Department association inauguration
July 4th week “Mix Design- Hands on Training” by ultra Tech Cement Ltd( ICI Student Chapter)
August 2nd week One day Workshop on “ Valuation”
September 1st week National Level Symposium “Zaarvika 2016”
15th September Engineers day celebration
October 2nd week One day Workshop on “Vasthu”
January 2nd week Special Lecture on “Chemical Admixtures” by BASF ltd
February 2nd week Ultra tech Students Partnership program “How to Build a quality house”
March 2nd week A National Conference
April 3rd week Association valedictory
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Month & Week Events Planned
July 2nd Week Association Inauguration
July 3rd week Workshop on “PC Hardware & Troubleshooting” for II Year
July 4th Week Workshop on PHP/SQL for III year
August 1st week Technical & Non – Technical Events
August 2nd Week Workshop on Cloud Computing for IV year
September 1st Week National Level technical Symposium
September 2nd Week Workshop on Oracle DB2 for II year
September 3rd Week Guest Lecture on “Theory of Computation” for III year
15th September 2016 Engineer’s Day Celebration
October 2nd Week Project Orientation for IV Year
Month & Week Events Planned
January 2nd Week Workshop on “Network Simulation using NS2” for II Year
JANUARY 4th Week Workshop on ‘Data Warehousing and Mining” for III year
February 1st Week Workshop on “C# and .NET Framework” for III Year
February 2nd Week TOPCODERS’17 – Collaboration with Payoda Technologies
March 2nd Week i-Innovate - Collaboration with Exterro
April 1st Week National Level Conference
April 3rd Week Parents Teachers Meeting
Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering
Tentative schedule Events to be organized
JULY 3RD WEEK Association inauguration
July 3rd week Workshop on “PC Hardware & Troubleshooting” for II Year
AUG 1ST WEEK 2 Day National Level Workshop
AUG 3RD WEEK Intra Departmental Tech Fest
SEP 2ND WEEK Symposium [Spontanz’17]
OCT 1ST WEEK One Day Seminar
JAN2ND WEEK Guest Lecture
JAN 3RD WEEK 2 Day National Level Workshop
FEB 2ND WEEK One Day Seminar
MAR 1ST WEEK National Level Conference [NCETVSC’18]
  • To provide quality service to the users
  • To disseminate technical knowledge
  • To offer modern tools for accessing information
  • To network with leading libraries

The UIT Central Library has a modern central library with 28527 volumes of books and 100 plus Journals from National and International Level. The Central Library on its own way to becoming an outstanding Learning Resource Centre by providing Right Information at the Right Time to the Students, Researchers and Faculty members.

The UIT Central Library is takes every effort for provide high quality of Library Service, It has fully automated housekeeping activities using Library Management Software called as “MORDERNLIB”. The open access system is observed in the library.

The UIT Central Library has its unique website ( and its being maintained and regularly updated by Library staff.

The UIT Central Library Website holding the following gateways…

  • About the Library
  • E-Learning Gateway
  • E-Journals Gateway
  • Courseware
  • Proficiency Corner (Online preparation for GATE/GRE & Civil Service Exams)
  • Online Question Bank
  • Library Virtual Tour
  • Library Forms (Downloadable)
  • Ask a Librarian (Chat with Librarian)
  • Forum
OPAC [on-line public access catalog]

The Online Public Access catalog allows for the access of bibliographic databases of the books, CD-ROMs and journals available in the library. The catalog includes a word-based search facility using Boolean operators that can narrow down a search to meet very specific needs. Additional features of this catalog are:

  • Periodic list of recent additions to the library
  • Members can find the materials checked out to them
  • Details of the status of the Books can be accessed while browsing and searching for information
Digital Library

The Digital Library facilitates access to Electronic Information and library services to ensure that the information needs of our students, faculty, and staff are met. Also the Digital Library Sections are equipped with 10 terminals as a part of Central Library.

  • DELNET: It provides access to more than 1 core and 25 lakh bibliographic records of Book, Journals, Journal articles etc., in addition several full text databases.
  • NPTEL: NPTEL (National Programming on Technology Enhanced Learning, IIT’s & IISc’ Professors Web video course are available to enhance teaching learning process of faculty members and students.
  • CiiT Digital Library: Coimbatore Institute of Information Technology
  • DLINE e-Journals: Digital Information Research Foundation iMangers e-Journals
Book Bank Scheme

Book Bank Scheme was successfully introduce from the academic year 2011-12 onwards. This scheme will facilitate to the student as follows

  • Students will get 6 Text Books at the beginning of the semester.
  • Books are to be returned after the end of the semester examination.
  • These books will be over and above the regular library books.
  • Online Public Access Catalogue
  • Reference Service
  • Referral Service
  • CD-ROM Search
  • Inter Library Loan
  • Digital Library Unit
  • Book Bank Section
  • Overnight Issues of Reference Books/ Journals
  • Photocopying Service
Statistical Data
  • Total Area: 465 Sq.m
  • Working hours: 8.00 AM – 7.00 PM
  • Seating Capacity: 120 Nos
  • Total no of volumes: 45824
  • Total no of Titles: 3743
  • Total no of Standards: 226
  • Total no of Periodicals: 98
  • National Journals: 58
  • National Magazines: 07
  • International Journals: 33
  • International Magazines: 0
  • Dailies: 08
  • Non Book Materials: 1734
Library Timings
  • Weekdays: 08:45 a.m to 07:00 pm on all working days
  • Sunday: 09:00 am to 01:15 pm
Rules and regulations of the library
  • Students and staff members of UIT are only allowed to use the library resources outsiders are not allowed without permission from principal
  • Silence is to be strictly observed in the library
  • Students can be borrowing two books at a time for a period of 14 days
  • Staff members can be borrow five books at a time for a period of one month
  • All books must be returned on before the due date
  • Books returned after the due date will be charged Rs.1/- per day
  • Books are required to be presented physically at the Counter for return
  • Members are required to keep their belongings at the property counter located in the library entrance
  • Personal books and belongings except for return are not permitted to be brought inside the Library
  • Bar code system has been implemented. Students can borrow books by producing ID cards
  • The final year students should return the books to the library before University Exams will commence
  • Writing or underlining in a book or tampering with a book in any manner is strictly prohibited
  • Books may be returned on all working days. Absence from the institution shall not be an excuse for any delay in returning the books
  • Books due on a holiday should be returned the next morning and no fine will be collected
  • Damaged books shall not be accepted and it has to be replaced
  • Students/Staffs who leave the college for any reason in the middle of the term should return the book and get No Due Certificate before leaving the college