Online Catalouge (OPAC): The facility to search the Open Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) is open to all the users over the campus wide LAN at the URL: http://172.31.50.30:8380/opac/. 2 PCs are exclusively dedicated for OPAC search to facilitate the users.
Reading Hall Facility: 3 Halls for reticent reading during examinations, two of these are centralized air-conditioned halls
Internet: The library is wi-fi enabled, students & faculty can access Internet services here.
Digital Library: PEC library intends to have a well-developed computer and network infrastructure in the form of Digital Library with a provision of 32 computers to facilitate the use of all the web-based resources and services already subscribed. The work for developing the same has already been started in the basement of the library.
Book bank Facility: Books are issued to needy students (General as well as SC/ST students) for whole semester.
New Arrivals List: A ‘new arrival list` of newly acquired books is prepared department wise and sent to each department. Display of book jackets of new arrivals. Arrival list of journals/issues and new books are also circulated through OPAC.
Magazine Section: The library subscribes to 38 magazines and 17 daily newspapers.
Reprographic Section:The library has a reprographic section for getting the required material photocopied. Library also has scanning facility available.
Anti-Plagiarism Software: Plagiarism is an act of fraud, involving both stealing someone else's idea and lying about it afterward. Plagiarism has emerged as one of the most troublesome issues bothering academia. PEC is continuously struggling to update its policies while taking plagiarism seriously. The institute has in place a well-defined policy on plagiarism to check malpractices in research (approved by the Senate).
PEC as a remedial measure has provided access to anti-plagiarism software Turnitin. It is one such software, which is being successfully used at the global level to cross-check a vast database for identifying plagiarized portion. Library subscribed to this tool in the year 2014, with the 100 user licenses. With increased demand, the number of user licenses has been expanded to 250 in the year 2018.
User Awareness Programme: Central Library PEC is organizing expert lectures, Vendors presentations, training sessions etc. for students, research scholars & faculty of the institute as a part of user awareness programme. Library ensures to organize an orientation programme for PhD students at the beginning of the academic session to sensitize the students about the plagiarism issues and to make them aware of the institute policy on plagiarism.
National Digital Library prorgamme of GoI: Ministry of Human Resource Development under its National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology has initiated the National Digital Library (NDL) pilot project to develop a framework of virtual repository of learning resources with a single-window search facility. Filtered and federated searching is employed to facilitate focused searching so that learners can find out the right resource with least effort and in minimum time. NDL is an all-digital library that will integrate all existing digitized and digital contents across Institutions of the nation to provide a single-window access with e-learning facility to different groups of users ranging from primary level to higher education level and even life-long learners. To access NDL, all the existing users of the PEC have been registered with the authorities. Further, any new enrolments can get registered using e-mail ID of the domains such as ac.in, ernet.in, gov.in, nic.in, res.in, edu.in, nitsri.net, edu.
Technical Treatment: For information storage & retrieval, proper classification & cataloguing of each document is done. Library is using Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) for classification of its documents.
Book bank Facility: Books are issued to needy students & SC/ST students for whole semester.