About Library 

The G. Narayanamma Institute of Technology and Science for Women Library comprises a Central Library and about six Departmental Libraries collectively support the teaching, research, and extension programs of the Institute. Each departmental library is maintained by the concerned departmental library coordinator under the guidelines of the concerned Head of the department. The Librarian of the Central Library procures the books, journals, or other resources required to the institution. The Central Library houses over 45,000 volumes 9000 of titles of documents comprising books, theses, journals, Videos, etc. in the fields of Engineering, Science & Technology, the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Management. Central Library has subscription to many print and e-journals like IEEE Digital Library J-gate and DELNET. To access the valuable resources at the library and remote users can access through the Knimbus Remote Library platform, which provides tools like universal search, anywhere access, detailed analytics, and a librarian dashboard on a single integrated platform so that students and faculty can seamlessly access library resources anytime, anywhere, and on any device.

All in-house operations of the library are fully computerized using the E-CAP Library management software, which also provides web-based access to the catalogue of the Central Library and some Departmental Libraries. It has a barcode-based automated library system and a wide variety of printed and electronic collections catering to the needs of all the students, faculty, and staff.

Our vision for the Central Library is to provide excellent resources and innovative services to encourage creativity, intellectual curiosity, and to facilitate lifelong learning and research within our learners

To support the academic and research needs of the students and staff of GNITS, and improve the quality of technical education by bringing it at par with national and international benchmarks, is the core mission of the Central Library.

1. Cultivate reading habits among teaching and students community.
2. Develop library as a well-equipped information centre with both print and digital information in abundance.
3. Implement state-of-the-art facility to deliver library services by using technology.