Our College Library aims to provide intellectual excellence to the staff and students. It holds to its credits, the collection of documents inclusive of rare books, reference books and Non-book materials and bound journals. 
           The library committee, consisting of the Librarian and seven members of the faculty, one representation of the management and the Principal as President, meets at intervals to consider the suggestions for improvement of library facilities. Any complaint or suggestion regarding the library may be dropped in the suggestion box kept in the library which will be attended by the committee. The whole college community has the benefit of the open access system. The general  Library is centralized and the entire thirteen departments are equipped with individual Libraries. 
           The Library and learning resource centre supports academic progress. It dedicated its supports to the student’s activities and the programs of the institution. It accomplishes the college mission by maintaining an up-to-date collection of books, journals audio-visual items and other library materials related to study. 49226 books are available in our Library. The Library subscribes to five leading daily newspapers,  102 journals and magazines, related to different subjects. An open-access system of reference for easy accessibility is available for both UG & PG students. 675 audio and video cassettes and 707  back values of periodicals are available: 



       E. M. G. Yadava Women’s College Library serves the needs of the faculty, research scholars,  students and members of the library. It is the hub for study and research for the inmates of the college. 
    E. M. G. Yadava Women’s College Library was started in the year 1974. The new library building “Senna Pulavar Karmega Konar Ninaivu Noolagam” was declared open by our Secretary and Correspondent, Yadava Rathna “Thiru S. Gopalakrishna Yadav” on 17.08.2004. Previous, the area of the library covers 3650 sq. ft and at present, the area of the building covers 4700 sq.ft. 
     The classification scheme followed by that tune was the colon classification system. The  Automation process was started in the year 2008. Barcode Technology was introduced in the same year. Web OPAC-online search facility was launched in 2016.


  • Students should not carry any book or printed matter into the library. Only paper, pen or pencil may be taken in, for reference work. Students shall see whether a book is in good condition when borrowing it from the library.
  • Any damage must be immediately reported to the Librarian. Otherwise, the student who has taken the book will be held responsible.
  • One book will be issued for home lending the library card.
  • Pure reference books, issues of periodicals, magazines, and newspapers will not be allowed out of the library or for home lending.
  • No student is allowed to keep a book for more than 15 days. A fine of Rs.1/- per day will be levied if the book is returned after a specific period.
  • Books should be handled with care. Readers should not write, damage, or make any mark on any book, periodical or map belonging to the library.