- Volumes of books – 8062
- Titles of books – 1577
- No. of Printed National Journals – 16
- E-journals : Bentham Science & ScienceDirect – 23
- Bound Journals – 787
- Educational CDs – 54
- Thesis – 211
- Seminar Report (B.Pharm / M.Pharm) – 462
- Industrial Training Report – 640
- Drug Information Report – 56
- Reading Facility
- Open Access Facility ( Staff & M.Pharm )
- Web-Opac (Online Public Access Catalogue)
- Computerized Information Search ( Digital Library )
- Newspaper Clipping
- Seminars and Industrial Reports
- Periodic Question Papers
- Semester Question Papers
- Staff Publications
- Photo Gallery
- College Publications
- Monday to Friday: 9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.
- Saturday 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
- The Library will remain open for reference and study from Monday to 9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. And 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. except holidays and Sundays.
- Readers are requested to observe strict silence in the library to avoid causing inconvenience in any manner to other readers.
- Students should deposit their bags in the hooks provided outside the reading hall.
- They should bring only their library cards at the circulation counter.
- Library is not meant for chatting.
- Only those who want to issue/return books or refer the books will be allowed in the library.
- No group discussion will be allowed. Library chairs should not be shifted from one place to another.
- Books or Journals should not be used as pads when taking down notes or left open unattended to and should be handled carefully so as to avoid damage.
- Any accidental damage should be immediately reported to the library staff.
- Every student making use of the library must have an Identity Card which he/she must produce if demanded.
- Students violating any rules will have to face penalty by way of paying ﬁne etc.
- Cell Phones are strictly prohibited in the library and in the college campus.
- Eating and sleeping inside the library are strictly prohibited.
- Books (Other than reference books) may be borrowed or returned between 9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. on all working days. Reference Books and Journals are not for home issue.
- They should not be taken out of the reading hall.
- Students can take 4 books at a time on their Reference Card. Students can borrow three books for 4 days on their Library Card.
- Issued books must be returned to the library on or before the due date mentioned on the Due date slip.
- Failure to comply with this regulation a ﬁne of Rs. 5/- per day is charged.
- A book returned by a borrower may be reissued to him/her only if there is no other claimant for it. Books must be returned in a good condition as they were at the time of issue.
- If a book is damaged or scribbled upon, the borrower will be liable to pay the full price of the book.
- On returning books, borrowers must ensure that the receiving clerk discharges the loan entry on his/her name.
- Until this is done the borrower is responsible for the book.
- A borrowed book which is not returned within 90 days of the ‘due date’ shall be treated as irrecoverable and the borrower shall be charged addition to the overdue ﬁne.
- Students should not be keep books with them during any vacation.
- Rotary Press
- Single Station Tablet Press
- Ball Mill
- Bench Scale Capsule Filling Machine
- Sieve Shaker
- Tube Crimping Machine
- Bottle Sealing Machine
- Double Cone Blender
- Tablet Coating Pan
- Silverson Homogenizer
- Hot Air Oven
- Digital Balance
- Single Pan Balance
Animal House of Saraswathi Vidya Bhavan’s College of Pharmacy, Dombivli (E.) is registered under Committee for the Purpose of Control and Supervision of Experiments on Animals(CPCSEA)
The Committee for the Purpose of Control and Supervision of Experiments on Animals(CPCSEA) is a statutory Committee, which is established under Chapter 4, Section 15(1) of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act 1960. It is a part of the Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying Government of India.Animal House is CPCSEA approved and has all the facilities to perform animal experimentation.
It has been organized in following areas:
1. Entry room
2. Quarantine area
3. Animal holding room
4. Animal experimentation area
5. Washing area
Animal house is well equipped with:
1. Thermohygrometer to monitor temperature and humidity.
2. Euthanasia Chamber for sacrificing animals.
3. Air-conditioning system to maintain temperature in the animal house.
4. Aquaguard system for providing drinking water to experimental animals.
5. Refrigerator (dedicated for animal house) for storing test samples or test products to be evaluated using animal experimentationAll the documentation is as per CPCSEA guidelines. Also, registered biomedical service has been availed for ethical disposal of biomedical waste being generated in the animal house.