Library – NMIMS | Bengaluru | Leading Business School | Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies
  • Library at NMIMS Bangalore aims to serve the needs of faculty, research scholars, students and other members by providing an excellent collection of resources and services. The university strives to provide the latest collection of books journals, online sources, dissertations to students for course work and other research oriented work.

    The library is also a department of the University’s central administration through which the library procures and manages all kind of books, journals, dissertations and case studies materials. The library is headed by a prudent committee who is in charge of the functioning of the library and the maintenance of the online library databases, Bloomberg etc.

    NMIMS School of Business Management Bangalore library is automated with KOHA software. Library is Wi-Fi enabled, well-furnished and air-conditioned. Spread over 447 sq m. with a seating capacity for over 220 students, digital library access 19 PCs, and 04 Bloomberg terminals. Library OPAC (online public access catalogue) is functioning 24X7.

  •  Sr. No.




    Dr. Suresh Mony



    Mr. Vasantha D

    Assistant Librarian

    Dr. Aparna A.

    Associate Professor

    Dr. Sreeleakha P.

    Associate Professor

    Mr. Srinivas Murthy M S

    Library Assistant


  • Books:

    Program Title Volume
    School of Business Management 7811 10974
    School of Commerce 1425 3183
    School of Economics 473 936
    School of Science 41 118
    School of Law 646 1017


    Title & Volume: 162781

  • No. of e-Journals: 36315

  •  Categories No. of Databases
    Electronic Journal Database 05
    Case Study Database 01
    Electronic books Databases 03
    Research Database 05
    Company Database 01
    Statistical Database 02
    Marketing Database 02
    Law Database 05
    MHRD Databases 03
    Bloomberg Terminals 04


  • Periodicals:

    Journals: 42

    Magazines: 35

    List of Indian Journals (Print)

    1. Asian Economics Review

    2. Case Folio

    3. Charted Accountant Journal

    4. Decision

    5. Economic & Political Weekly

    6. Finance India

    7. Focus

    8. IIM-B Management Review

    9. Indian Journal of Finance

    10. Indian Journal of International Law

    11. Indian Journal of Marketing

    12. Indian Journal of Public Administration

    13. ISB Insight

    14. Journal of Commerce & Accounting Research

    15. Journal of Entrepreneurship

    16. Journal of Human Value
    17. Journal of Humanities and Social sciences

    18. Journal of Infrastructure Development

    19. Journal of Management Research

    20. Journal of Organizations & Human Behaviour

    21. Journal of Rural and Industrial Development

    22. Journal of Supply Chain Management Systems

    23. NHRDN Journal

    24. NMIMS Management Review

    25. Prabandhan

    26. Prajnan

    27. PRIMA: Practices & Research in Marketing

    28. RBI Bulletin

    29. Social Work Chronicle

    30. South Asian Journal of Management

    31. Southern Economist

    32. The Indian Banker

    33. Training and Development Journal

    34. Udyog Pragati

    35. University News

    36. VIKALPA

    37. Vision

    List of Indian Magazines (Print)

    1. BBC Knowledge

    2. Business Digest

    3. Business India

    4. Business Manager

    5. Business Today

    6. Businessworld

    7. Capital Market

    8. Competition Success Review

    9. Dataquest

    10. Express Computer

    11. Forbes India

    12. Front Line

    13. Human Capital

    14. India Today

    15. Indian Infrastructure

    16. Indian Management

    17. Knowesis – NMIMS Bangalore

    18. Moneylife

    19. Mutual Fund Insight

    20. Out Look

    21. Out Look Money

    22. Pitch

    23. Reader’s Digest

    24. Sanctuary Asia (India)

    25. Sportstar

    26. The Caravan

    27. The Smart Manager

    28. The Week

    29. Voice and Data

    30. Wealth Insight

    31. Yojana

    List of Foreign Journals (Print)

    1. Financial Management

    2. Harvard Business Review

    3. Journal of Consumer Behaviour

    4. MIT Sloan Management Review

    5. Organizational Science

    List of Foreign Magazines (Print)

    1. Fortune

    2. The Economist

    3. Time

    4. Wired

    Bound Volume

    Total No. of bound volume: 141

    A-V Materials

    Total No. of A-V Resources: 594


    1. Bangalore Mirror

    2. Business Line

    3. Business Standard

    4. Deccan Herald

    5. Indian Express

    6. Mint

    7. The Economic Times

    8. The Financial Express

    9. The Hindu

    10. Times of India

    11. Vijay Karnataka

  • Rules and Regulations

    1. Library will remain open Monday to Saturday from 9.00am to 10.00pm and Sunday from 10.00am to 5.00pm. Library will be closed on govt. holiday.
    2. Participants are required to carry their NMIMS participant card and staff to carry their NMIMS staff identity card to get entry and to use the Library, and must produce this when required doing so by an authorized person. This card must be used only by the member to whom it is issued.
    3. Bags and personnel belongings are not allowed inside the Library. For reasons of security, bags and other personal possessions should not be left unattended. NMIMS Library has no responsibility in case of damage or theft of personal property.
    4. Silence is required in study areas. The use of mobile phones in the Library is prohibited. Phones should be either switched off, or set to silent ring mode. Failure to comply with these requirements may result in a fine and/or exclusion from the Library. Violation of the rules will lead to fine and /or suspension of Participant for 3 weeks.
    5. Eatables are not allowed in the library.
    6. Photography, filming, video-taping and audio-taping in the Library is not allowed.
    7. Manually operated personal equipment should not be used without the prior permission of the Librarian.
    8. Users are required to comply with copyright regulations as displayed by the photocopiers.
    9. Data retrieved from the Library’s electronic resources may not be used for purposes other than teaching, research, personal educational development, administration and management of NMIMS, and development work associated with any of the aforementioned. Use of the data is not permitted for consultancy or services leading to commercial exploitation of the data, or for work of significant benefit to the employer of participants on industrial placement or part-time courses. Users must also comply with the specific requirements of individual data providers. Passwords must never be revealed to others.
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    11. Loan allowances and periods are defined in guides to Library services. A reserved item is subject to recall once it has been on loan for Ten days.
    12. No library materials can be taken out of the library without the permission of the library staff.
    13. Full time student are expected to return borrowed book within 10 days and MPE participants within 15 days.Book can be renewed only twice continuously. Beyond respective due date, participant will be bear fine of 5.00 per day per book, after the due date for 15 days (MPE), 10 days (Full time Program).  If the Participants don’t return the book after one month from the date of issue, the participant will be suspended from library for one month. Participants will normally be notified of overdue items by e-mail to their NMIMS e-mail account. If fines or charges are outstanding, borrowing rights will be withdrawn and passwords for accessing electronic services withheld until such time as those fines are paid. Reference books, Journals / magazines and Audio/Video material are strictly to be used / viewed in the library only.
    14. Users are responsible for material borrowed on their cards and will be required to pay for any damage to, or loss of, material borrowed at replacement cost, plus an administrative charge. Borrowing rights are withdrawn while payment is outstanding.
    15. The award of a NMIMS qualification will be deferred until all books have been returned and outstanding fines/charges paid.
    16. Shut down the computer after use.