37/A , Chandaka Industrial Estate, Near Infocity , Patia, Bhubaneswar , Odisha 751024

(0674) 2725-665/679

(+91) 828-031-7777

About Library

The Library is the heart of any Institution. Books, Readers and Staff are the basic trinity of the Library and the best interaction among these three basic constituents brings the desired effects in an institution.The Library of USBM is an excellent well-stocked computerized one with all the required reading materials. The Library is enriched with books of academic interest, Journals, periodicals and various electronic information sources. The Library also provides Current Awareness Service (CAS) and Reprographic facility to the students. All students have access to college library, which offers facility and service on a wide range of materials to support academic pursuit of Students.

Library Automation

The Library is partially –automated, the circulation of books started in the year 2017 using e-Granthalaya Library Management Software.

As students strength in the B-school increased, there was a need to install a more enumerative and user friendly ILMS. The library has migrated to KOHA ILMS; the automation under this is going on smoothly.


  • Opening Hours – 9.30 AM. to 6 PM.
  • Total no Titles -1632
  • Total no of Volumes-13642
  • Total No. of International Journals – 18 Nos
  • Total No. of National Journals – 17 Nos
  • Total No. of E- Journals Subscribing – 1700(J-Gate)
  • Total No. of e-books – 9109 Nos (Proquest)
  • Total No. of Magazines – 10 Nos
  • News Paper (English/Oriya) – 11 Nos
  • Reading Room Capacity – 80 Nos


Library SectionsLibrary Hours
Circulation Section9.30 A.M. to 6 P.M. (on working days)
Text Book & Reference Section9.30 A.M. to 6 P.M. (on working days)
Digital Library9.30 A.M. to 6 P.M. (on working days)
Periodical & Newspaper9.30 A.M. to 6 P.M. (on working days)
Administrative & other sections9.30 A.M. to 6 P.M. (on working days)



Library Resources

Organising the Collection on the Shelf

The Library follows Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) System for classification of books and organizing the collection on the shelf. For cataloguing the library is making use of MARC II format.


The Library has successfully built up a comprehensive collection of over 13000 books covering different branches of knowledge. Besides, books, monographs, conference proceedings etc. are a part of this collection. This collection is located on the First floor stack area next to the Circulation Desk.

E Book

The Library also provides an online access to over 9109 books published by Proquest in electronic form.

Course Reserve (CR) Collection

Course Reserve (CR) Collection consists of textbooks, journal articles, conference papers, faculty PPT files (digital), lecture notes and other reading materials recommended by the respective faculty members for different courses for each Semester. Most materials change from semester to semester, based on the course requirements. These materials are kept at the Circulation Desk and are meant for reference only within the library against Identity Card.


The Library receives in print over 35 scholarly journals besides a host of magazines and newspapers. These are displayed in alphabetical order in the reading hall on the first floor. List of all these journals is displayed on the notice boards and sufficient copies are kept in the reading area for immediate reference and consultation.

Electronic Journals

The Library receives in print over 35 scholarly journals besides a host of magazines and newspapers. These are displayed in alphabetical order in the reading hall on the first floor. List of all these journals is displayed on the notice boards and sufficient copies are kept in the reading area for immediate reference and consultation.


  • Reference Services
  • Automation
  • Current Awareness Services
  • Newspaper Clipping Services
  • Reprography Services

Admission to Library

Only students and the faculty members are allowed to enter the library; they have to produce I-cards, on demand. Books, umbrellas, bags and such other articles which are prohibited shall be kept at the entrance of the library i.e. the property counter.

Conduct within the Library

Silence shall be strictly maintained in the Library. Spitting, smoking, and sleeping are strictly prohibited. No person shall write upon, damage or make any mark which will disfigure the beauty of library documents such as books, journals, charts, the furniture, fittings, etc. The user concerned or a group of users will be held responsible for any damage done by him/her/them to the books or other property of the library. He /She/ They will be required to replace such Book(s) or other properties damaged or pay the cost with fine. Tearing or cutting of books will be seriously viewed. Before leaving the Library, a particular user shall return any book manuscripts, journals and dailies taken by him/her for consultation.


The following rules and regulations are to be followed by the members (bonafide students, faculty members and staff) of the College

  • No student is allowed to enter the reading room without his/her own identity card.
  • A user can take help of library staff for search of Books. The users are entitled to use reading room for self study from the books/journals/magazines available in the library;
  • Use of speaker phone/head phone is not allowed in the library. The digital Library is allowed in slow voice for reading purpose.
  • Use of mobile phones inside the library is strictly prohibited. Users are required to keep their mobile phones switched off.
  • Smoking, drinking, eating or chewing of tobacco, sleeping, loitering, gossiping inside the library is strictly forbidden. Appropriate action will be taken for breaking of rules.
  • Users assume the obligation of keeping the library materials in good condition. Materials damaged, defaced or lost must have to be replaced by a fresh copy. Otherwise, cost of the book at current/market price will be realised from the borrower.
  • Disfiguration, damage or marking of any kind on any book or any other material be-longing to the library is punishable with new Book/material.
  • Mutual conversation inside the library is not allowed. Similarly, any unruly behaviour is not allowed in the library. This is of utmost importance to allow each member to have a calm environment within the library
  • Suggestions for desirable help or improvement of facilities in the library can be submit-ted, preferably in written form, to the Librarian.
  • Readers should be courteous to the librarian, library staff and fellow students.
  • Library cards are not transferable.
  • All the users may please get the books checked while making an exit from the library.
  • If in any case the authority feels a student/user is disturbing other users, he/she may be disallowed entry into the library.
  • Admission to the library may be refused to anyone who violates the Library Rules and Regulations.


The library subscribes to 10 magazines, 11 newspapers and also Employment news   according to the needs of the students and academic community.

Other Resources

The library also holds a collection of some personality development books and spiritual books, Project Reports, Dissertations, Question Banks, Annual Reports, Conference Proceedings etc. for benefit of the students’ community

M-OPAC( Library App has been introduced in our Library)

  • M-OPAC app displays consolidated library data at a glance.
  • Users can search books by different tags like: Title, Author, Publisher, Subject and Keywords.
  • Users would be able to see information regarding the book like Author, Publishers, Publish year, Accession numbers with Series code, ISBN, Call No (Classification Number + Book Number), Quantity of Book etc.
  • M-OPAC allows access to registered users as well as unregistered (guest) users.

Library Committe

The Library committee meets at regular intervals for selecting latest and relevant books and augmenting other services. The committee is headed by the principal and includes senior faculty members, librarian being the convener.

The following members are

Sl.NoName of the MembersPosition
1Prof.(Dr.)  Sanjib Kumar DasPrincipal
2Dr. Swati MishraConvenor
3Dr Smita DashMember
4.Dr Kailash Chandra NayakMember
5Prof.Eswar S ReddyMember
6Prof.Gyana Ranjan TripathyMember
7Puspak Kumar NayakMember
8 Pragyasini NayakMember