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Darsana has a well-equipped library specialized mainly in Western and Indian Philosophy and World Religions. The entire library is computerized. The issuing and returning of books and periodicals are being done through the computer.

Any student who is registered at Darsana Institute of Philosophy and is in possession of an identity card is entitled to use the library and to borrow books. The Students from Claretion Philosophical College also make use of Darsana Library. The library can be used and books may be issued to others only with the permission of the librarian. A student may borrow a maximum of 4 books at a time. A book is issued for a period of two weeks, which can be re-issued if no one else demands it. Subsequent renewals will be allowed only after an interval of three days. A fine of 50 paise per book, per day, will be collected from those students who fail to return the books on due dates. Reference books, reserved books, new arrivals and periodicals should not be taken out of the library.
All books should be returned before the commencement of vacations. The express permission of the librarian is required to retain a book during the vacations.

Library Timings

Monday -Saturday:

08.00 am - 12.45 pm
01.30 pm - 06.55 pm
09.45 pm - 10.45 pm

Books may be issued and returned at the following timings:

08.00 am - 08.30 am
01.30 pm - 02.00 pm

Books will be re-shelved everyday at 10.30 pm.



Students are provided with a well equipped Computer lab so as to facilitate their research and study. The cyber space is open to them in their pursuit of knowledge. The students are encouraged to contribute to the field of digital communication by actively participating in it. In this regard the students come up with valuable contributions which in turn adds to their treasure of skills in the field.





Darsana Institute of Philosophy, Sawangi(Meghe), Wardha, Maharashtra - 442 001
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