Indus library


The Library at the Indus University (IU) provides books, magazines, learned journals and electronic resources to enhance the university's educational program. Besides, a huge collection of both print and e-resources are available in IU’s Library to cater the information needs of the users. The databases of the library can be accessed on-campus as well as off-campus.

The IU Library also offers the tools and techniques required to complete research and make presentations. To facilitate this, there are 14 computer workstations installed in the Reference Section of the library.

IU's library staff provides helping hands to the students regarding, their knowledge of information resources, professionalism and keenness to assist, provides a learning environment where students feel comfortable and they can always receive help. Professional library staff acquaints students with various search techniques and offer advice about which resources to use for their information needs. Experienced library staff is on duty each day on rotation basis.


Vision

The Library has together primary and complementary missions. The primary mission of the Indus University Library is to provide information resources and services to support the instructional programs and educational goals of the university to help students prepare for a career, develop life-long learning and critical thinking skills and to promote diversity in the student body and educational programs. The complementary Mission is to support the research and staff development needs of IU faculty and staff.

Mission

The IU Library supports the institution's goal to prepare students personally and efficiently for their careers. The Library, along with the IU management, is devoted to acquiring resources and establishes services that support and develop the curriculum and respond to the needs of patrons.

Objectives

The Library's operational goals include facilitating access to information through:

  • The development of the library print collection, electronic information resources and access to external information sources;
  • The library's organization and arrangement for access;
  • Appropriate reference services and user education programs;
  • The maintenance of facilities of an adequate size and quality to house collections, resources, and equipment and to provide adequate space for patrons and library personnel.

Library Books