The library is operating an automated browsing catalogue. With OPAC in the library it is easy to access and classify the books. The library has gate security check system with 16 CCTV cameras installed to monitor. Around 2000 books of various subjects are added annually. A new fully air conditioned reading room which can accommodate 200 students has been inaugurated recently along with a new magazine and periodicals section.
The College library currently has more than 1,40,000 books. More than 15,000 invaluable manuscripts and other materials on History Religion and Politics adorn its shelves. The library caters to the needs of not only the 2,700 students of the college but also to many research scholars and academicians from the University of Delhi and outside. The Annual General Budget of the Library is to the sum of Rs. 12,00,000. College provides access to Internet in the Library Reading Room for the students and the staff during college hours.
The Library Membership is also open to Indian and Foreign Research students who are interested in ancient manuscripts, rare books, magazines and other valuable material available in the library. The Students Aid Fund Section books are issued at the starting of the academic session and students are permitted to retain these books for the full session. The library has a separate section of 8,000 classics and other reference books on Sikh studies. The library preserves all the editions of the college magazine “THE TEGH” with the first edition published in 1953. Library is ICT friendly as per International Library Standards and Specifications. The Acquisition as well as circulation process is fully automated. The Retro-Conversion of Library books is under process. Bar Coding and pasting of Labels of Library books is complete. The OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue) facility was introduced in September 2007. The students and staff have utilized this facility for easy access of the books.
New computerized ID cum Library Tickets are being made in the Library for students and staff. Library also has a Braille book-section for visually impaired Students. The library is fully computerised as per International standards.