The SDM Library, with its wide range of collection of knowledge resources and innovative information services, fills an essential requisite in the intellectual pursuits of our students, faculty, and the surrounding community. SDM Library, a Classic Centre with state-of-the-art technological applications holds knowledge resources related to Arts, Science, and Commerce subjects. The entire collection of books, print journals/magazines, and its wide range of e-collection including e-journals, e-books, online databases, non-book materials, etc. Our mission is To provide comprehensive high-quality information resources and services in support of the research, teaching, and learning needs of the SDM community. To bring the right information to the right person at the right time in the right format. 

The library has a very rich collection of books on various branches of knowledge our library came into existence in the year 1964. Later in the year 1987, the Library was shifted to the present independent building. Servicing as the college's nerve centre, almost  57000+ Collections of books are Housed in the Library.



´Inspires intellectual curiosity, facilitates learning and serves as a catalyst for the creation of new knowledge. Aspires to be the leading organization in building and transmitting information and knowledge resources in the field of Arts, Science, and Commerce. 



The library offers traditional services such as Reference Service, Referral Service, User Guidance Service, Cataloguing and Classification Service, Circulation Service including Document Delivery Service, Weekly display of recent additions of periodicals and books, Bibliographic Services, Digitization of documents, scanning service, and Specialized services such as digital repository services for SDM publications & theses, Web-based Online Public Access Catalog (Web OPAC). Information literary services such as Library orientations. The library has been using KOHA, an Opensource Web-based Integrated Library Management software for its housekeeping operations. Using OPAC, users can search the Library Online Catalogue by Author, Title, Subject, and keywords. Also, the users can know the latest additions of periodicals and books and the status of a document (whether on a shelf or on an issue).


The library has the institutional membership of TWO national-level organizations