A library is a place where books and sources of information are stored. They make it easier for people to get access to them for various purposes. Libraries are very helpful and economical too. They include books, magazines, newspapers, DVDs, manuscripts and more.


A well-equipped and well-managed library is the foundation of modern education system. The library provides access to an extensive range of informative resources like books, e-books, journals, e-journals, newspapers and access to wide range of resources to improve the knowledge and thought process of the academic fraternity and students.

Library Section
  • Library Stacking Area
  • Reference Section
  • Circulation & Technical Section
  • Journal Section


Name Designation
Dr. Sunita Ogale Member
Dr. Jineetkumar Gawad Member
Mr. Sagar Chaudhary Member
Mrs. Kalpita Chaudhari Secretary

Library Manual

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VIVA Institute of Pharmacy
At- Post Shirgaon, Virar (E),

022- 7875905000


NDLI Member Certificate:
NDLI Certificate


Web OPAC is the online Public Access Catalogue which allows users avail the services of the library using Internet. Users search a library catalog principally to locate books and other material available in the library. Following link to OPAC

Library Collection

Collection of resources are user oriented and as per guidelines of Pharmacy council of India and University of Mumbai
Category Total No.
Books 6180+
Journals / Magzine 21
News Papers 02
CDs 63
E-Resources DELNET- Developing Library Network
University Book Bank 64
E-Books 102

List of Subscribe Journals Jan 2024 to Dec 2024
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What is NDLI?
The National Digital Library of India (NDLI) is an all-digital library that stores information (metadata) about different types of digital contents including books, articles, videos, audios, thesis and other educational materials relevant for users from varying educational levels and capabilities. It provides a single-window search facility so that learners can retrieve the right resources with the least effort in minimum time. NDLI is designed to hold content of any language and provide interface support for the leading vernacular languages. It is available on all popular forms of access devices including mobile apps on Android and iOS platforms. NDLI has been designed to benefit all kinds of users like students (of all levels), teachers, researchers, librarians, library users, professionals, differently abled users and all other lifelong learners.

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  • Internet facility
  • Access to E-Resources
  • Photocopying
  • Current awareness Services
  • Library Orientation Programme
  • Access to Syllabus & Question Papers
  • Reading room facility
  • Circulation of Books
  • Reference Service

Rules & Regulations

  • All library users entering the Library shall deposit their bags and other belongings at the entrance and sign in the Register at the checkpoint. Only notebooks and the Library books to be returned will be allowed inside.
  • All readers are advised not to leave their valuables at the Check Point. Library is not responsible for any loss of personal belongings.
  • I Card should be compulsory entering the library.
  • Books removed from the shelves by students, if not required for reference, should be kept on the book trolley or on table nearest to them. Do not try to shelve them yourself. Please remember that a book misplaced is a book lost.
  • The newspaper(s) should be folded properly after reading and kept back in the designated place.
  • Readers should not mark, cut, mutilate or damage library resources in any way. If anyone is found doing so, he/she will be charged the full replacement cost of the resource.
  • Students are advised to bring their own Reading Cards while using the Library.
  • Students who want to return the books issued on their names are advised to wait until the books are shown as cancelled against their names.
  • Students are advised not to issue Books to others on their names.
  • Students requested to maintain dignified silence.
  • Mobile phones are strictly prohibited in the library premises. Beverages and Eatables are not allowed inside the library.
  • No visitor or guest is permitted to use the Library without the prior permission of the Librarian.
  • No photograph of the Library shall be taken without the prior permission of the Librarian.
  • The Librarian reserves the right to call back any issued book/item at any time.
  • Books are issued to students for overnight during the examination time only.
  • There will be a fine of Rs. 1.00 per day per book, if not returned on the said date.
  • For the loss of Library Card, a fine of Rs.10/- each will be charged.

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