Miranda House Library has adopted the well known motto Right Document to the Right Reader at the Right Time. It takes pride in fulfilling this inherent mission to the hilt. Over the last decade, the library has undergone renovation with great care to provide a bright and appealing ambience suffused with natural light. Technologically modern, well-stocked, well-equipped user friendly and it serves effectively its purpose as a Knowledge Resource Centre.
Miranda House library is spread over three levels, It has 6 special sections, (i) Textbook; (ii) General Books; (iii) Reference Tools; (iv) Reserves; (v) Periodicals; and (vi) Braille Books. It introduced state-of-art automation of services with procurement of LIBSYS LSEase LMS package in 2001. Since then, it has followed technology enhancement as a continuous process. Recently Web-Centric OPAC has been installed. OPAC access is through 6 terminals and three touch Information Kiosks.
The Electronic Resources Management Package is provided through Delhi University Library Systems (DULS). A total of 43270 e-journals and more than 100 databases are available An advanced user can search data bases available through DULS to get information on subject specific e-Journals. INFLIBNET N-List provides access to more than 97,000 e-books and 6,000 e-Journals to students and faculty members. Miranda House has invested in linking with other well established Library Resource Centres such as the American Centre Library, British Council Library and DELNET. Consequently, members can avail e-resources available on other library systems.
The Library has two Digital Resource Centres. The first has 30 computers for all users to access e-resources; it also has a LCD Projector and the area can be used for orientation and training programmes. The second is the Amba Dalmia Digital Resource Centre for Visually Challenged (ADDRC).