(Arts, Science and Commerce)
Rajgurunagar,Tal-Khed, Dist-Pune, 410505
Affilated to SPPU ID: PU/PN/ASC/036/1977 | Star college scheme by DBT, Govt. of India(2014) | DST-FIST Scheme (2014) | Best college unit award(NSS) by SPPU(2016) | NAAC-Accredited 'B' | ISO 9001:908

Chief Justice Yashwantarao Chandrachud Library


As gateways to knowledge and culture, library plays a fundamental role in society. The resources and services they offer create opportunities for learning, support literacy and education, and help shape the new ideas and perspectives that are central to a creative and innovative society. They also help ensure an authentic record of knowledge created and accumulated by past generations.

Our central library is housed in a spacious three-storied building adjoining administrative building of the college. It represents a structure that houses a collection of services and resources of useful material, published, unpublished, or audiovisual content that serves common use, be it in the field of biology, mathematics statistics or computer science. We have helpful staff for serving information and explain it to students and teaching faculties. And also plays important role in selection, collection of knowledge, preserving and disseminating it to those aspiring for it.

In the beginning the college library was housed in one small room. College received grant from UGC towards the construction of present new building. The new building was designed and opened from 1999.

Library has given name of Late Yashwant Chandrachud because he was the 16th Chief Justice of India, serving from 22 February 1978 to the day he retired on 11 July 1985. Born in Pune in the state of Maharashtra, he was first appointed Judge to the Supreme Court of India on 28 August 1972 and is the longest-serving Chief Justice in Indias history at 7 years and 4 months. His nickname was Iron hands after his well regarded unwillingness to let anything slip past him.

The collection of library Comprised of subjects areas from faculty of arts, mental moral, Social science, Commerce, Science etc. The Collection has been systematically developed covering all branches of knowledge