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Associate Membership

Associate Memberships

1. British Council Library

We have institutional & Online membership of British Library. Membership type is Access 30 Items from Genral collection of Books/CDs/DVDs/Children`s Books/ Periodicals & e-resources under which we get 10 library cards. British Library provide information, reading and reference facilities to over 13,000 members. Collection has a total stock of over 40,000 books which covers a wide range of subjects including Management, Information Technology, Engineering, Science, Literature, English Language, Social Science and much more.
British Council Online Membership Provide us 1,00,000 academic e-books + 14,000 e-journals+ digital video, English language Learning courses, children collection and more.
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2. MCCIA – Maratha Chambers of Commerce Industries & Agriculture

MCCIA is one of the few Chambers of Commerce established before independence at a time when industrial activity was yet to take off. MCCIA has been playing a significant role in accelerating the industrial and economic development of Pune region for more than eight decades now. It is a Chamber of the Entrepreneurs and by the Entrepreneurs. It has been responsive to changing times, needs and requirements of the Entrepreneurs. It is one of the most active chambers of Commerce in India and has been instrumental in promoting number of institutions in Pune. MCCIA has continuously driven to make Pune a global business destination and has been a catalyst for economic development of the region. MCCIA embodies Pune’s entrepreneurial spirit. It is instrumental in giving strategic suggestions and advocating Industrial Policies.
MCCIA membership is an investment for a brighter future which brings diverse growth opportunities to businesses of all sizes from all sectors. Chamber membership conveys credibility at domestic and international markets thus opening doors to greater opportunities.

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3. DELNET – Developing Library Network

DELNET was started at the India International Centre Library in January 1988 and was registered as a society in 1992. It was initially supported by the National Information System for Science and Technology (NISSAT), Department of Scientific and Industrial Reseach, Government of India. It was subsequently supported by the National Informatics Centre, Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Government of India and the Ministry of Culture, Government of India. DELNET has been established with the prime objective of promoting resource sharing among the libraries through the development of a network of libraries. It aims to collect, store, and disseminate information besides offering computerized services to users, to coordinate efforts for suitable collection development and also to reduce unnecessary duplication wherever possible.
DELNET has been actively engaged with the compilation of various Union Catalogues of the resources available in member-libraries.It has already created the Union Catalogue of Books,Union List of Current Periodicals, Union Catalogue of Periodicals,CD-ROM Database,Database of Indian Specialists, Database of Periodical Articles, Union List of Video Recordings, Urdu Manuscripts’ Database, Database of Theses and Dissertations, sample databases of language publications using GIST technology and several other databases. The data is being updated in these databases and is growing rapidly. All the DELNET databases have been resident on DELSIS, an in-house software developed on BASISPlus, an RDBMS, the product of Information Dimensions Inc. of USA which has been provided to DELNET courtesy National Informatics Centre, New Delhi.
DELNET provides an array of facilities. DELNET’S relentless efforts in resource sharing have proved extremely effective. It has contributed a lot towards the modernization of libraries in India.

Delnet Database No. of Records
Union CataLogue of Books – CCF 2,66,61,564
Union List of Current Periodicals 37,847
Union Catalogue of Periodicals 20,235
Database of Periodical Articles 9,84,809
CD-ROM Database 61,750
Union List of Video Recordings 6,000
Union List of Sound Recordings 1,025
Database of Theses and Dissertations 1,30,753
Database of E-books 1613

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4. Jaykar Knowledge Resource Center, SPPU Pune-

Jayakar Knowledge Resource Centre (formerly Jayakar Library) is central library of Savitribai Phule Pune University. It was established in January 1950, and is named in honor of the first Vice-Chancellor of the university Dr. M. R. Jayakar.

Salient Features of Jaykar Library

·      Participates in E-ShodhSindhu program. Under this program access to more than 8000 journals are provided.

·        It is a part of Universal Digital Library program since 2002.

·        Implementated RFID technology in the library along with smart cards to faculty and students.

·        Has internet center for students of the University.

·        Holds manuscripts written in Sanskrit, Hindi and Marathi languages.

·        Extends inter library loan system facility  to affiliated colleges and recognized institutions.

·        Conducts orientation programmes for new students.

·        Provides guidance in respect of technical and organizational matters to college libraries.


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The Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) is a networking body of B-Schools in India for professional development of management education and safeguarding the interests of B-Schools in the country. 30 years ago, in the context of the policy implications arising from the National Education Policy of 1986 (which advocated expansion of “Open University System” and recognized “rural university” model), a National Conference of Heads of Management Institutions was held at Bangalore from 28th to 30th April, 1988 where it was resolved that “a Network of Management Institutions offering Post-Graduate Courses be constituted”. Pursuant to this resolution, the Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS), a non-profit-making society was registered on 27th August, 1988 under the Karnataka Societies Registration Act of 1960.

As an independent networking body, AIMS can now boast of having many top class institutions like IIMs, ISB, ASCI, Xavier Institutions, Welingkar Institute of Management (WeSchool), NMIMS, ICFAI, MDI, S P Jain and many management departments of Universities as its members. It is the official representative of Indian Management Schools in India as well as in some important international forums. It is one of the largest networking bodies of B-Schools in the world.

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