Krishna Engineering College

Approved by AICTE, A Premium Institute of AKTU (College Code - 161)

About Library

The KEC Library serves as a place where students as well as faculty members can delve deeper into their subjects and widen the horizons of their knowledge with the changes World. The KEC Library boasts of a collection of more than 50,000 books of Engineering, Applied Science Humanities, Management etc. It also has IEEE Membership for online journals and DELNET membership for resource sharing. In order to help its students and faculty members to keep abreast with the changes happening in the world of technology ,the KEC Library also subscribes to Online Journals, periodicals and regional and national newspapers. A substantial collection of CD’s covering the latest programs. The college Library also adopt a fully computerized RAMLIB software with bar coding system. The air conditioned KEC Library is spread across 1005sqm and has sufficient seating capacity. It is Equipped with a reference section , separate reading section for students and faculty members, Digital Section for Opec, Online Journals ,NPTEL facility and DELNET resource sharing.











Stack 20,652
Book Bank 56,782
Total No. of books 77,434
Total No. of Titles 4,069
Total No. of Reference books 3,324
Total No. CD’s &  Floppy 3,495
Total No. of journals 408
Technical Magazines 25
Total No. of Instt. Membership 04



Fully Air Conditioned

Consists of :

  • Central Library
  • Book Bank
  • Reading Section
  • Reference section
  • Digital Section(Online Journal & e-Learning Resources)
Membership of INDEST(Indian National Digital Library in Engineering,Science &Technology)

Library Automation Management Software with following features-

  • Book Issue /Return system
  • Membership system
  • Online Public Access Catalogue
  • Report Generation
  • Security System
  • Performance and reliability




INDEST - Indian National Digital Library in Engineering, Science Technology.

DELNET – Developing Library Network .

NPTEL - National Program On Technology Enhanced Learning.