About Library

Dr. Sarvpalli Radhakrishnan Ji, 2nd president of India has told “Library is a heart of an institution”. The presence of a library inevitable in all the institutions and when it comes to an academic institution, it plays a vital role as an indispensable tool of learning process; starting from the toddler-school life to the higher education. The library helps students as well as teachers to gather more knowledge about any particular subject. Spending time in a library is the best thing one can do to increase his or her knowledge.

Asian Business School Boasts a rich library with around 1530 titles and around 6336 books and approximately 2599 e-books that makes more than 10,000 resources in the library. The Institute has subscriptions to around 26 Journals (hard copy) and 7 Magazines hard copy. We have subscribed to the online journal database J-gate, DELNET and NDL where we have full text access to 518 National and 4548 International Journals. provides a fully air-conditioned & Wi-Fi enabled world-class learning environment. It has a well-developed book stack, reference section and digital library which makes studying a unique and a lifetime experience.

Library of ABS is automated through ERP software and is well-stocked with Indian and International books and journals covering all areas of management, commerce etc. to meet the needs of students, faculty and research scholars from various areas. The library is continuously augmented with the latest books and journals to help the students keep abreast of current and contemporary issues. Therefore, the Library manages knowledge both in print and digital formats, ensures seamless discovery and access to these scholarly resources, and provides faculty, students, and staff with professional support to find, evaluate, manage, and use such resources.

New Arrivals – Books

New Arrivals – Journals

Our Collection

Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science says “Library Collection is the sum total of library materials – books, manuscripts, serials, government documents, pamphlets, catalogues, reports,recordings, microfilm reels, micro cards and microfiche, punched cards, computer tapes, etc. – that make up the holdings of a particular library”. Library collection is very important for user satisfaction.

We have developed an excellent collection of books, journals and non-book material in Management, Business and Marketing. It is continuously updated with latest books and other resources so as to assist library users in keeping up with the current and contemporary issues. The Library collection comprises books, journals, thesis, reports and other reading material.

Total collection of the Library as follows:

  • Book Volumes-6336
  • Book Titles-1530
  • Print Journals- 26
  • Reference Books-1530
  • E-Books-2613
  • E-Journals-5066
  • E-Resources-3
  • Newspapers-7
  • Magazines-7

Our Services

The primary objective of a library, irrespective of type or size, is to promote the use of its resources.Library services bring together the document or information sources and their users by personal efforts of the library staff. User’s information requirement depends upon the purpose for which he/she is seeking information. Library services satisfy information needs of users through dissemination of information resources. We offer the following services to our users.

  • Circulation Services
  • Reference Services
  • Digital Library
  • Current Awareness Services
  • Membership
  • Remote Access
  • Photocopy and Print Services

Online Resources (click to open)

Library Infrastructure

Library as a social institution is a reflection of an urge inherent in human beings to record and preserve for wider dissemination of new knowledge acquired through observation, discussion, experimentation and deep thinking. We have a full Airconditioned Library reading room area of more than 100 seating capacity. We have a Separate Book Stack Area, New arrival Section, Digital Library Section, Journals, Magazines and Newspaper Display in the Library. We have separate sections for competitive exams for students preparing for GATE, CAT, MAT and others.

Library Rules and Regulations

  1. The library shall remain open on all working days (Monday to Saturday) from 8:30 A.M to 6:00 P.M. Issue / return time of books and reading materials is 9:00 A.M. to 5:00P.M.
  2. Library membership is open to all students and staff members; however, they need to apply for the membership on prescribed application form.
  3. Students are eligible to get three text books issued through bar code/chip on their Institute ID Card. Till the time a student is not issued the permanent ID Card, a temporary ID Card in the prescribed format can be requested from the concerned Dean/HOD for getting the books issued. This temporary card has to be submitted back on the issuance of the permanent ID Card with bar code.
  4. Library Membership is non-transferable. The students himself /herself shall be responsible for any misuse of his / her ID card. Exchanging ID cards among students is strictly prohibited.
  5. The Institute ID Card should be preserved carefully as it is essential for establishing library membership. Loss of the Card should be reported immediately in writing to the respective Dean/HOD. Issue of a duplicate card may be considered in case of loss on a payment of Rs. 200/-.
  6. Books from the Circulation section shall be issued for maximum 10 days at a time.
  7. Books once issued will not be returned on the same day.
  8. Request for reissuing the book will not be entertained if the book request is pending from other students.
  9. Sub-lending of books is strictly forbidden.
  10. Borrowers shall return the book on or before the due date, failing which an overdue fine ofRs.10/- per day per book will be levied. Producing “Medical Certificate” will not entitle a student exemption from the fine. No book will be issued to the student unless he/she returns back the overdue books.
  11. No student will be entitled to keep the book overdue on the pretext that he/she has got placement/job interview and he/she is not able to attend the college. The borrowed book shall be returned on time to library failing which the usual fine will be levied on the student.
  12. Books marked “NOT TO BE ISSUED”/“REFERENCE ONLY”, journals, magazines, newspapers, shall not be issued to students.
  13. The Library In-Charge reserves the right to recall any book issued even prior to the due date, if necessary.
  14. Students are required to obtain a “No Dues Certificate” at the end of each semester. Defaulters will not be allowed to appear in the examination.
  15. Borrowers shall be responsible for safe return of the books to the library. While borrowing a book, students must ensure that book is in good condition. Any damage must be brought to the notice of library staff. The student will have to either replace the book or will pay double the price of the book, if any damage or disfigurement of the book is noticed at the time of returning the book in the library. If any book is damaged or lost, the borrower shall have to replace the whole set or pay double the price of the set with fine amount.
  16. Library is a place for making the best use of resources. Complete silence shall bemaintained in the library. Members are, therefore, advised not to indulge in conversation, consultation, discussion or demonstrative greetings of friends. Any defaulter may be suspended from the library for a period up to 15 days decided by the Director based on the recommendation of the Library In-charge.
  17. “Mobile phone” shall be kept switched off or on silent mode before entering the library.
  18. Bags, folders, personal books, magazines, ladies purse etc. are not allowed to be brought inside the library. Students, in their interest, are advised not to leave money in their bags, purses etc.
  19. Visitors are not entertained inside the library without prior permission of the Library In- Charge.
  20. Stealing or damaging books/magazines/journals, etc. from the library or misbehavior with library staff shall be considered as an offence for which strict disciplinary action will be
    taken against the students concerned to the extent of expulsion from the institute.

  21. Photocopying service is available for all students at nominal charges. Photocopying of library books & Journals may only be carried out within the copyright regulations. Before taking any book/journal for photocopying, permission must be obtained from the librarian or library staff on duty.
  22. Director/Library In-Charge has the right to add, delete or amend any or all the above rules from time to time depending on the circumstances.

About Library

New Arrival – Books

New Arrival – Journals

Our Collection

Our Services

Online Resources

Library Infrastracture

Library Rules & Regulations



Our Collection


Working Hours:
8:30 am to 6:00 pm

Circulation Hours:
9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Reading Hours:
8:30 am to 6:00 pm


If you have any query, Please write us at library@abs.edu.in