1. Student ID

•Student ID cards are compulsory for admission into the library and must be promptly displayed upon request by Student Affairs.

•Student ID cards are not transferable.

• Lost students ID cards must be reported to the Student Affairs. A replacement fee will be charged and a temporary card will be issued until the replacement card is ready.

2. Loans/Returns.

•No book or library material may be brought out of the library until the loan has been recorded.

•Unauthorized removal of the library materials is regarded as a very serious offence.

•Library users are responsible for the safe keeping and return of library materials issued in their name

•Library materials shall be returned on or before the due date or earlier if the member is notified that an item is required by another reader

•Library books must be returned via the respective libraries

•A fine is charged on loans kept beyond the due date and is payable upon return of the item

•Official time for determining fines on overdue books and for other purposes will be read according to the time determined in the computer system at the library. Should the system be down, the correct time will be determined by the library staff at the Service Desk.

•Regular courtesy notices and overdue notices are sent as a reminder only and library will not be responsible for non - delivery under whatever circumstances

•Any overdue item not returned after the final reminder letter has been sent shall be considered as lo

•The cost of replacing the item will be notified to the student

•Failure to receive any notice sent does not relieve a borrower from their responsibility to return library materials by the date due

•Users are allowed to borrow library materials 15 minutes before library closure.

3. Losses/Damages

•It is a serious offence to mutilate damage, misplace or refuse to return library material. Underlining, marking, folding of pages in the book etc. are strictly prohibited Losses or damages must be reported promptly to the Library staff on duty.

•The user will make good a loss or damage with a replacement copy (being the latest edition at the time of loss) at his/her own expense, or undertake to pay the current market price of the latest edition of the lost item; in addition to $20.00processing fee and fines due till the day that the loss is reported.

• Any attempt to steal library properties is a serious offence and will result in disciplinary procedures and other appropriate actions 6. Clearance Procedure

•Students must settle any outstanding fines and payments at the end of each semester. Failure to comply with the procedure will result in the borrowing privileges being suspended in the following semester.

7. Safety & Security

•The library is under camera surveillance.

•Patron who activates the Library alarm is liable to be questioned and checked. Please follow the instructions of the staff and produce your student card in such an instant

•Do not leave your possessions unattended at any time.

•Members should remove all their belongings from the tables when they leave the Library. Books and other articles left for more than 30 minutes unattended on chairs and tables may be removed by the library staff.

•The Library shall not be responsible for the safety of any personal property left within the Library.

•Unclaimed Library users should leave the library at the second announcement before the closure of the library and lost property found are to be handed over to the Student Services

•Library users should leave the library at the second announcement before the closure of the library

•On leaving the library, users may be asked to produce for inspection all books and items taken out of the library

•Behaviour or actions which interfere with the use of the Library by other patrons are forbidden and will be reported to the Security and disciplinary action may be taken 8. Behaviour and conduct

•Silence must be maintained in areas designated as “Quiet” and “Silence” and in any event noise should be kept to reasonable levels and as appropriate to the designated area.

•Food and drink, with the exception of bottled water and drinks, may not be consumed in the Library.

•Alcoholic drinks are strictly prohibited in the library

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