About Library and Information Resource Centre

Library Collection
The Library and Information Resource Centre (LIRC) has a rich collection of over 10057 barcoded books. Our library boasts of a large e- database that comprises over 10696 international and national e-journals and over 25000 e-Books. PTVAIM’s Library and Information Resource Centre aims to cater to information needs of faculty, students, research scholars, and other members of the library by providing an excellent collection of literature. The well-furnished, air conditioned and Wi-Fi enabled Library is located on 1st floor of the building. The library also has one separate room for Ph.D. research students. Equipped with modern facilities, the library provides a conducive environment to the users. The library is fully automated with Barcode system, which enables users to access the information readily. The bibliographic details of the library documents can be accessed through OPAC anytime anywhere.
The Reference Section of the library has varied collection of Encyclopedia, Dictionaries, and Case Studies on various aspects of Management studies and related areas. The library also has a good collection of E-books. The periodical section of the library is the “Information Powerhouse” through which current information found in the Journals, newspapers and magazines. The Digital Library Section of the library constitutes web OPAC.
LIRC has account with National Digital Library. LIRC has created N.D.L Club and conducting programme.
Our Library has collection of NPTEL (National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning, Ministry of Education, Government of India) DVDs which contains lectures series of eminent professors from various IIMs and IITs. In addition to this Library has collection of AMA (Ahmedabad Management Association) DVDs on various management related subjects. In order to meet growing thrust for knowledge, the library has become member of American LibraryLIRC has membership with e– shodhsindhu, a consortium for Higher Education Electronic Resources, an Initiative by Ministry of Education, Government of India.
Library and Information Resource Centre (LIRC) has account with National Digital Library.
Library and Information Resource Centre (LIRC) has account with SWAYAM, under Ministry of H.R.D Govt. of India initiative & AICTE.

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Ext: 226
Write to us on library@ptvaim.com

Library Team

    • Mr Pankaj Godse


    • Mr. Satish Patil

Assistant Librarian

Email ID: library@ptvaim.com
Contact: +91 9969035275

Library Timings:
8.30 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. (Monday to Saturday)
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Sunday)


The e –resource section plays vital role in academic research. This keeps our students abreast about the Global corporate environment, which helps in enhancing their knowledge. LIRC has provided Remote Access for e – journals through ProQuest and J – Gate database.LIRC has been subscribing following e – resources

  1. J –Gate Database for e – journals
  2. ProQuest [ABI/Inform] e – journals


J – Gate is an electronic gateway to global e – journal literature launched by Informatics India Limited providing seamless access to millions of journal articles.
SLIM – 21(System for Library Information & Management) Web – OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue)
SLIM21 helps you catalogue books, articles, and reports With SLIM21 retrieval of information is simple, fast and efficient. SLIM21 supports flexible workflow to cover activities related to acquisition of books, serials control and funds monitoring.
Library & Information Resource Centre is providing access to more than 20000 e- books through ProQuest EBRARY BUSINESS & ECONOMICS COLLECTION through Institute IP Address.
National Digital Library
Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) under its National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology (NMEICT) has initiated the National Digital Library of India (NDL India) pilot project to develop a framework of virtual repository of learning resources with a single-window search facility. P.T.V.A’s Institute of Management provides activation link to all students.

Physical Resources

Total Number of Titles in Library 3035
Total Number of Books in Library 10057
Total Number of Journals 37
Online Databases 2
E – Books Subscribed through ProQuest More than 28000
E-Journals subscribed through J-Gate and ProQuest 10696
Total Number of Cd’s with Books 525
Project Reports (Hard Copies) 381
Project Reports (Soft Copies) 520
Newspaper 05

Library Rules

  • Usage of Cell phone(s)/Laptop(s)/Bag(s) is / are not allowed inside Library.
  • Consumption of food items or drinks (except water) are not allowed inside Library.
  • Pin-drop silence and maintaining library decorum is mandatory.
  • Any damage to Library Property will be dealt with disciplinary action.
  • Maximum 3 Books/ study materials are issued against 3 Library Cards to every student for 15 days. After 15 days of the issuance, the borrower of the books/study material has to return or get it re-issued for another 15 days (only 1 reissue is allowed). Rs.5 per day fine will be charged, if books/ study material is not returned back within the allowed issuance period.
  • Books/ study materials can be re-issued on phone (only once) to students.
  • If issued Books / study materials etc. are lost, students are required to inform library counter immediately to avoid levying further fines and follow the guidelines related to replacement cost along with the fine on pro-rata basis.
  • If Library Card(s) is/are Lost, Duplicate Library Card(s) shall be issued on payment of duplicate Library Card charges.


Library Services

Plagiarism Checker

LIRC LIRC has purchased TURNITIN anti plagiarism software for ethical research practice. It is a digitalized, fully automated system for detecting plagiarism. The students need to check their project reports (Final /Summer) for plagiarism using this software.
LIRC has created an account for anti-plagiarism software URKUND with the help of INFLIBNET (UGC Autonomous Inter University Centre)


  • Issue and returns of Learning Resources (Primarily Books).
  • Attending the Users’ query for effective interpretation of library rules and regulations.
  • Registration of new Members and issue of library Card for Users.
  • Assisting the users in locating documents in the library.
  • 3 books per student can be issued.
  • Fine of Rs 5 per day for overdue of books.

Information and reference service
The librarian at P.T.V.A’s Institute of Management is here to connect you to the information you need. We offer many services in order to meet the information needs of a variety of different patrons, whether you are a student, researcher, a staff member. We can help you to locate materials in our collections, use a variety of reference books, databases, and assist you in formulating effective search strategies to streamline your research. The Library maintains a separate reference collection consisting of encyclopaedias, dictionaries, handbooks, bibliographies, CDs, Management films, NPTEL DVDs etc.

Inter Library Loan
The P.T.V.A’s Institute of Management Library and Information Resource Centre offers inter-library loan service to its users for the books and periodicals not available in the Library by procuring them from other libraries. Our Library has the membership with American Library.

Users Awareness Programmes

The library takes an active part in the orientation program organized by the institute for the benefit of student in the beginning of academic year. They are taken around the library to familiarize them with various resources and services available for them. Training session are also organized whenever a new product or service is introduced.

E-Journal Database Service – ProQuest, J-Gate
Library staff directs the students for searching articles, data etc. from e- journal databases.

Remote Access Facility

The Institute provides remote access facility. The e-resources viz., E-journals, e-books, e-databases subscribed by the library can be accessed remotely. E-Resources can be accessed through web and Mobile Apps.

Library Online Public Access Catalogue (Web-OPAC)

Web – OPAC service is very useful for students for getting current status of particular book in Library. This catalogue includes an index of books, CDs, Project Reports, The online catalogue is highly versatile and user-friendly with simple and advanced search. The members can also check the bookshelf virtually using virtual shelf browser.

E- Newspaper Service
LIRC has facilitated e – newspaper service of Business standard paper to students at fee of cost.

Library Facilities

  • Open access to users
  • Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • Multimedia Facility
  • Rich Collection of Management and General Books with Barcode Tag
  • Photocopy and Scanning Facility
  • Newspapers

The reception counter of the institute stood as a welcoming beacon, its sleek design blending seamlessly with the modern architecture of the building. The atmosphere was vibrant yet organized, reflecting the institute’s commitment to excellence in both education and hospitality.


As the event commenced, the auditorium came alive with anticipation. The air buzzed with excitement as speakers took to the stage, their voices resonating through state-of-the-art sound systems, captivating the audience’s attention.

The campus hosts a centralized air conditioned, multipurpose seminar hall cum auditorium with a seating capacity of 250 people (283 sq. meters carpet area) and 2 greenrooms. It is adequately equipped with the latest technological equipment with sound systems, podium, audio-video facility, internet facility and an LCD projector to facilitate Guest Lectures, Seminars, Conferences and Workshops in addition to cultural, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.


College classrooms are diverse ecosystems where the pursuit of knowledge meets the dynamics of social interaction. Within these walls, students from various backgrounds converge to engage with professors, textbooks, and each other. The atmosphere is often charged with anticipation, curiosity, and sometimes a touch of apprehension.
In essence, college classrooms are more than just physical spaces for learning—they are crucibles where minds are ignited, friendships are forged, and futures are shaped.


The institute’s buildings standing as symbols of knowledge and innovation. Modern structures seamlessly blended with classical facades, embodying a harmonious blend of tradition and progress. The grounds of the institute were not merely a backdrop but a vibrant ecosystem, fostering intellectual curiosity, creativity, and collaboration. Here, amidst the beauty of nature and the pursuit of knowledge, the seeds of inspiration were sown, cultivating a thriving community dedicated to learning and discovery.

Institute’s ground is utilised for various sports and cultural events. Every year, a procession of the degree distribution ceremony of the graduating batch starts from this ground and ends in the Auditorium.


A computer Lab at an institute serves as the technological hub for various academic and administrative functions. It’s typically equipped with state-of-the-art computing resources, networking infrastructure, and software systems to support teaching, research, and administrative activities.

Overall, the computer center plays a crucial role in facilitating the integration of technology into various aspects of academic and administrative operations, fostering innovation, collaboration, and productivity within the institute community.


This is a casual space furnished with comfortable seating. It’s usually equipped with amenities like microwaves for snacks or light meals. It’s a popular spot for students to unwind between classes, catch up with friends, or work on group projects.

The Institute also has separate Common Rooms for girls and boys which are used for recreational purpose besides spending fun time with the fellow batchmates by the students. These Common Rooms have locker facilities for the students which they can use to keep their study material including books, bags, journals, project reports, etc.


The cafeteria is a melting pot of students, faculty, and staff, buzzing with conversation and energy. It’s a place where friendships are forged over shared meals and where ideas are exchanged over cups of steaming tea. the cafeteria provides a welcoming atmosphere for both relaxation and productivity.


Each cubicle reflects its inhabitant’s personality and professional endeavours. Some are meticulously organized, with shelves neatly stacked with textbooks, journals, and reference materials. Others exude a sense of creative chaos, with papers strewn about alongside colourful sticky notes and hastily scrawled ideas.

These cubicles are not merely places of work but also hubs of collaboration and intellectual exchange, where ideas are born, nurtured, and shared.

Despite the modesty of their surroundings, the faculty cubicles serve as the beating heart of the institute, embodying the spirit of inquiry and scholarship that defines its academic community.


Our MMS (2013-15) student Ms. Deeksha Thevar was given a “Certificate of Appreciation” by The British University in Dubai for her excellent performance during her Summer Internship

They also emerged among the Finalists of the IPTA Inter-Collegiate Drama Competition 2012 and Mr. Vikram Shah (MMS 2011-13) won the Best Actor Award.

Our MMS Students of 2011-13 and 2012-14 Batch won the P. L. Deshpande Trophy 2012 (Inter-Collegiate Drama Competition) for their Play “Cut-Off” and Mr. Vivek Mishra (MMS 2011-13) won the Best Actor Award.

Our Student Kunal Kanchan (MMS 2013-15) was declared as the Winner in ICICI direct Stock Mind Season II – College Round while Anirudh Huparikar (MMS 2013-15) emerged as the 1st Runner Up.

We congratulate them for their achievement.

Our MMS (2013-15) student Mr. Riddhesh Kulkarni being awarded for his excellent performance during his Summer Internship at Zicom at their Mumbai office.

Our students participated in an Inter B-school event “Chakravyuh 2014: MMS Masti Mela” organized by Lala Lajpatrai Institute of Management on20th and 21st September, 2014 and won prizes in the following events:

1st Prize : Word War – Parth Bhatt & Radhika Parki (MMS 2014-16)

1st Prize : Jumble Fumble – Parth Bhatt & Kartik Chodankar (MMS 2014-16)

2nd Prize: Brand Housie – Parth Bhatt & Radhika Parki (MMS 2014-16)

We congratulate them for their achievement.

Our MMS 2014-16 Batch students Ms. Monica Somne & Mr. Parth Bhatt emerging as Second Runners-Up at the Business Standard Quiz Western Region Finals.

Ours is the only Management Institute to figure among Corporate Big-wigs!
Leaving many behind…

Our MMS Semester students, Manop Pal, Vaibhav Ghadge, Yuvraj Gaikwad, Sandip Sharma, Sandesh Shetty and Renukant Pikale emerged as ‘Runner Up’ in ‘Rink Football’ at PULSE 2K17 – an intercollegiate event of Thakur Institute of Management Studies & Research

Our MMS Student Mr. Sandeep Jaiswal won the competition “Shark Tank” in Sathaye College Annual Fest – Resonance’16.

Our MMS students Ms. Charu​hasini​ Natrajan & M​​r. Karan Gorad​ emerged as the winners of​ the competition ‘Brand Game’ in Sathaye College Annual Fest – Resonance’16.

Heartfelt Wishes and Many Congratulations

To our MMS 2012-14 student Ms. Kunj Maru for winning “The President of India, Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma Gold Medal Jointly with the University of Mumbai” for the year 2014.

Ms. Kunj Maru felicitated by Hon’ble Dr. Anil Kakodkar, Chief Guest at the Annual Convocation 2014 ceremony of the University of Mumbai winning “The President of India, Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma Gold Medal Jointly with the University of Mumbai” in the august presence of Hon’ble Dr. Rajan Welukar, Vice-Chancellor and office bearers on the dais including members of the senate, management council and academic bodies of the University of Mumbai

It is a proud moment for all of us @ PTVA’s Institute of Management

Our MMS Student Mr. Meetesh Chalmela secured Second Position and won a Silver Medal at AIMS Innovation Awards, 28th AIMS Annual Management Education Convention 2016 held at Ranchi University for his innovative idea turned venture “Sanskar Puzzle”.


In the bustling heart of the city, where the urban rhythms pulse through every street, there lies a haven for those seeking to sculpt their bodies and sharpen their minds: Gymkhana.

As you step through the doors of Gymkhana, you’re greeted by the electrifying buzz of energy, the clinking of weights, and the laughter of friends pushing each other to new heights. The ambiance is vibrant, charged with determination and camaraderie.

What sets Gymkhana apart is its commitment to holistic wellness. Beyond physical fitness, there are nutrition workshops, mindfulness sessions. Here, the goal isn’t just to sculpt muscles, but to foster a lifestyle of balance and vitality.