Collection Development encompasses implementing, monitoring and evaluating the collection development program including formulation of collection policies, budgetary management, selection and acquisition of library materials, evaluation of the collection and faculty liaison. Collection development work is grouped into the two major parts of acquisitions and cataloging. The selection and procurement of monographs, serials and audio-visual materials is carried out by the acquisitions subdivision, while checking-in, book processing, classification, cataloging and book reservation is controlled by the cataloging subdivision.
The Collection Development Division is also responsible for giving publicity to collection information and compiling the union catalog.
Location: 1st Floor (main campus)