Online E-Resources Packages Subscription for the Year 2017

Name of the Publisher Resources Link to Access
IEEEAICTE - Package of e-Journals: 169
Back file to 2000
IEEE Explore
ASMEAICTE - Package of e-Journals: 28
Back file to 2000
ASCEAICTE - Package of e-Journals: 35
Back file to 2000
SPRINGERAICTE - Package of e-Journals: 149
Back file to 2000
ELSEVIERAICTE - Package of e-Journals: 275
Back file to 2000
J- GateAICTE - Package of e-JournalsJ-Gate
ASTM–DIGITAL IBRARY AICTE - Package of e-JournalsASTM - Digital Library


Name of the Publisher Resources Link to Access
DELNET (MOU) Provide access to DELNET Union Catalogues and other Database to Member-Libraries.Delnet


Name of the Publisher Resources Link to Access
McGraw Hill AICTE - Package of e-Journals: 380McGraw Hill

NPTEL Video Lectures

Name of the Publisher Resources Link to Access
IIT'sVideo Lectures - Through LANhttp://
IIT'sVideo Lectures

Springer Journals

IEEE Journals

Elsevier Journals

ASCE Journals

ASME Journals

ASTM Journals

ASTM Manuals

List of E-Books Titles

E-Resource Access Rules:

Restrictions on access and downloading of licensed e-Resources

The e-Resources are licensed for the non-profit educational use of the Institute. Copyright law governs use of these e-Resources.

Doing the following things are strictly prohibited:

  • Systematic downloading, distributing, or retaining substantial portions.
  • Forwarding electronic versions of articles or the use of electronic articles for commercial purposes.
  • Strictly prohibited to download entire journal issue or databases or an entire e-book.

Why should we not do the above things?

  • Improper use can result in denial of access for the whole Institute to all electronic journals from a given publisher.
  • Access to e-Resources is based on license agreements with publishers.
  • Library users are permitted to make digital copies of individual documents, that is, to download an individual document temporarily to their own hard disc for non-commercial purposes only.
  • Under the terms of use it neither permits forwarding electronic versions of articles nor the use of electronic articles for commercial purposes.
  • Publishers keep track of patterns of use and where the publishers suspect misuse in the form of systematic downloading (eg. more than one article from an issue, continuous downloading from a particular journal etc.) .
  • They will cut off access requiring Library to investigate and take action on those who have misused the e-Resources.
  • There have been instances where publishers have withdrawn access to their online resources to the entire Institute.
  • This prevents access by the majority of responsible users to information needed for their research and learning.
  • It becomes obligatory on the library’s part to investigate such misuses and report the same to the publishers.
  • Takes longer time to get the access restored and convince the publisher that re-occurrence of such misuses will be stopped.