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Find us:Enayetpur, Chowhali,
Sirajganj - 6751, Bangladesh

ABOUT LIBRARY

Since its inception in 2013, KYAU has been taking all possible steps to build a well-equipped modern Library. The Library is going to be automated that will support remote borrowing, returning, searching catalogue of books, CDs, Journals, Newspapers & Magazines, Full-text online books, auto email alert service and reservation of books from any places having internet facilities.

The Users can also check their borrowing status, renew issued resources and can reserve books online. The purpose of the Library is to enrich teaching and Learning, resources endeavors of the university by delivering easy access to relevant information resources and providing quality services and facilities.

KYAU Library User Policy

All members of the Khwaja Yunus Ali University are invited to make use of library amenities and collections. The following library policies are inaugurated to provide the best possible services for all users.

Membership

All Students, faculty and staff of Khwaja Yunus Ali University are entitled to become the library member.

Membership Procedure

 All students should submit a copy of pay slip of admission fee. Faculty or Staff should submit a copy of their employee ID.

 One (1)passport One(1) stamp size recentphotograph.

 Duly filled a prescribed Membership Application Form to the administrative section of the library.

LIBRARY HOURS

Open: Monday – Thursday: 08:00 AM –06:00 PM

Friday: 08:00 AM – 12:30 PM & 02:30 PM – 06:00 PM

Off: It remains close on public holydays and other holydays announced by the university authorities.

General Instructions for Library Users

• Silence is to be strictly maintained in the library.

• All personal bags, coats, jackets, briefcases, umbrellas, etc. are not allowed in the library.

• Gossiping, eating and drinking are strictly prohibited inside the Library.

• All students have to handle with care all the fittings, fixtures, furniture, equipment, books, journals, CDs, computers, PC hardware’s, etc. of the Library and should leave them neat and tidy after use.

• Users must not undertake any form of activity, including talking other than to the library staff that disturbs, distracts, or disrupts.

• Personal books/Spiral bindings/envelops/any kind of files/file covers are not allowed inside the library.

• Laptop, exercise note, pens, pencil, rubber, geometric boxes, calculators, loose pages etc. are allowed inside library.

• No photography, videotaping, recording, or filming is allowed in the Library without expressing the permission of the librarian.

• Ringing cell phones are not allowed. Cell phones must be switched to silent mode. If you need to talk, step outside the library.

• Library has no accountability in case of damage or theft of personal belongings left inside the library.

Borrowing Policy
Types of User Maximum Number of Loan Duration
Adjunct Faculty 2 books for each course 1 semester
Faculty 4 books for each course 1 semester
Staff 1 7 days
Under graduate Student 1 7 days
Graduate Student 1 7 days

*Note: Reference Books Not for Issue. It’s Use only in the library.

Renewals

Items may be renewed in person. All items may be renewed for up to one loan period, provided:

• The item is not on reserve for another patron

• The item is not in high demand

Overdue/ Overdue fine

• Overdue Policies

Patrons are responsible for returning materials on or before the due date. Retention of borrowed materials beyond the date on which library materials are due shall result in a fine.

• Overdue fines

For each book, journal & others item overdue fine TK. 5.00 (Five) only per calendar day.

Lost Item and damage Item

Patrons are responsible for all materials while on loan to them, and shall report lost or damaged material at the earliest possible opportunity.

A borrower who loses or damages library material shall be required to replace the item. Paying to replace an item is not acceptable unless the item is not available in the market.

Information literacy policy

The KYAU Library has the responsibility to provide information literacy training to all its members and clients with the aim of equipping them with the necessary skills to effectively utilize information for life-long learning.

Information Literacy shall be:

• Targeted at all KYAU students

• Offered to all KYAU new staff members as part of their library induction and to existing staff members on request

• Marketed to all faculties, students and staff as a core competency for lifelong learning offered in partnership with faculties

• Primarily disciplined and subject-based.

• Free of charge except for customized or specialized programs.

Modes of presentation may include but are not limited to:

• Practical and hands-on

• PowerPoint presentations

• Web-tutorial – (self-study)

• Workshops

• Library Orientation