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Welcome to CMS College Library.  The library staff are here to help you find information and to train you in research skills.  Please see our FAQs page to answer most questions in relation to your borrowing needs.  Otherwise email, phone or come and see us.

View online catalogue: http://www.cmsgrw.edu.pk/webOPAC/

Facilities

CMS College Library has almost 70,000 items in the collection; including databases, electronic journals, audiovisual resources and peer reviewed journals.

  • Computer access
  • Laptop provision (no wireless internet)
  • Quiet study areas
  • Printing and colour photocopying
  • Laminating
  • Remote online access to the catalogue, databases and reference management software
  • Reference services
  • Online research training

Please ask library staff for a library information brochure

HEC Digital Library [National Digital Library of HEC, Pakistan]  

Finding information just got easier – thanks to HEC, a revolutionary new free search engine created by the National Digital Library of HEC, Pakistan.

With just one click at http://digitallibrary.edu.pk/ users, like never before, can access a wealth of resources - across millions items in one go - about Pakistan and Pakistanies.

HEC’s content, much of which is digital, comes from thousands libraries around Pakistan as well as other cultural and educational institutions and international collections with relevance to Pakistan.

HEC National Digital Library (DL) is a programme to provide researchers within public and private universities in Pakistan and non-profit research and development organizations with access to international scholarly literature based on electronic (online) delivery, providing access to high quality, peer-reviewed journals, databases, articles and e-Books across a wide range of disciplines. The e-books support programme will allow researchers to access most of the important text and reference books electronically in a variety of subject areas. Around 75,000 number of electronic content has been made available through the Digital Library Programme.



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