Access to the NMIMS Library is restricted to staff and students of NMIMS who are in possession of a current valid identification card issued by NMIMS.
In case of loss of Identity Card a duplicate one available on filling up of prescribed form and payment of prescribed fee Rs.100.
Members must carry their Identity cards to gain entry and use the library and must produce it when required to do so by an authorized person. The card must be used only by the member to whom it is issued.
Bags, etc. with the exception of laptops are not allowed in the library. The same must be deposited at the luggage counter. For reasons of security, bags and other personal possessions should not be left unattended. The library will not be responsible in case of damage to or theft of personal property.
Silence is required in study areas. Loud conversation, standing in groups, discussions, etc. is forbidden. The use of mobile phones in the library is prohibited. Failure to comply with these requirements may result in a fine/ or exclusion from the library.
Smoking, consumption of food and drink (with the exception of bottled water) and the use of personal audio equipment are not permitted in the library.
Photography, filming, videotaping and audio taping in the library is not allowed without the prior permission of the librarian.
Books or other material taken from the stacks should not be re-shelved by the readers but should be left on the trolley or table. Please remember that a book misplaced is a book lost.
Mains operated personal equipment should not be used without the prior permission of the librarian.
Members should keep in mind the copyright issues while copying any material borrowed from the library.
Data retrieved from the library’s electronic resources may not be used for purposes other than teaching, research, personal educational development, administration and management of NMIMS and development work associated with any of the aforementioned. Use of the date is not permitted for consultancy or services leading to commercial exploitation of the data, or for work of significant benefit to the employer of students on industrial placement or part-time courses. Users must also comply with the specific requirements of individual data providers. Passwords must never be revealed to others.
The removal of any material from the library must be properly authorized and recorded. Damage to, or unauthorized removal of material constitutes a serious offence and may lead to a fine or to disciplinary action.
Access to libraries and/ or borrowing rights may also be withdrawn temporarily if fees/ charges in other parts of the NMIMS are outstanding.