Library’s Instructions

-The student’s name is recorded on the computer when entering the library.
-Through the computer, one can query and search for the names of the required books and their location in the library.
-The student is trained to search by using the computer with the assistance of the librarian
-Leave books and references on the table after review.
-All book and reference data in the library (title – author – publisher data – location of the book on the shelves in the library) are recorded on the computer.
-Take into account not to use more than two books for the student on the table after perusal.
-Preserving books and handling them gently and orderly in order to protect them from damage
-Leaving external books and bags outside the library, and not leaving money or valuables in it, and the library management is not responsible for any lost items in this regard.
-Observe complete calm inside the hall.
-We welcome listening to any comments, suggestions or complaints to develop work and maximize the benefit of the library.
(Important Instructions)

All library visitors must follow the following instructions: –

-Leave tools and bags outside the inspection hall.
-Not to leave money or any valuables inside the bags.
-Not entering the library with any books or notes.
-Not to enter the library with personal laptops and not to collectively study
-Hand over the college card and record student data on the computer.
-Take into account complete calm and do not disturb the hall and turn off mobile phones.
-When requesting any book, the librarian is guided.
-Gently use and preserve collectibles and not write in them.
-Take into account that there are no more than two books for the student on the table.
-Leave the book on the table after reviewing it.
-It is forbidden to borrow abroad for students in the absence of the necessary copies.
-Students are trained to search in the digital library on the library’s computers through the librarian.
-The library has the right to deprive anyone who violates its instructions from benefiting from its services after returning to the college administration.