About Library

School of Management Sciences (SMS) Library & Documentation Centre has established in 2008 around 5500 books including engineering & management. After around 11 years of existence, the number of books has crossed the 24 thousand. The Library has well qualified staff headed by a Librarian (IMS) and Librarian (IET) with the support of Assistant Librarians and other staff members.

The SMS Library is automated in its operations using the Soul 2.0 software and works on the DDC (22nd edition) platform. The Library encompasses an area of 706 sq meters and has two reading hall of capacity 150 (90 in IET & 60 in IMS). Two stack rooms (IET & IMS) hold the books and other reading materials in hard copies. Further, two rich repository of online resources have been made available to the users through the ‘e-Library’ in the form of e-books and e-journals also through DELNET and NDL (National Digital Library of India) of which membership exists regularly.

The Library has a well-defined policy for acquisition, usage and disposal of the learning resources supported by a faculty-led team popularly known as Library Coordination Committee, which is empowered to take most of the Library related decisions. The library accepts suggestions from all its stakeholders and decisions are taken on them if found beneficial to the Library services and users.

Library Holdings

Rich collection of Books, Journals, Magazines, Newspapers, Audio-Visual Aids, Spiritual Books, NPTEL Videos, and Project Reports in Engineering & Management areas. Separate Stacks (IET & IMS Library) for Engineering and Management related to Books & Reference section.

BOOKS: 25202 (Jan 29, 2021)
  •  Marketing Management
  •  Human Resource Management (HR)
TITLES: 5235 (Jan 29, 2021)
  •  Engineering related: 3114
  •  Management related: 2121
  •  Engineering related: 25
  •  Management related: 26
  •  With Samriddhi-18
  •  With Adhyayan- 25
  •  Engineering Library: 09
  •  Management Library: 10

Library Features

  •  Computerized Transactions Using Soul 2.0 software.
  •  Transactions through Barcode System.
  •  Institutional Membership of:
    • DELNET
    • National Digital Library (NDL)
    • Nalanda e-Consortium
  •  Inter-Library Loan facility (ILL):- The Interlibrary Loan service allows SMS, faculty, and staff to borrow from other libraries if items are not available at the SMS Library through DELNET.
  •  Daily Record Updation:- Entry and Exit records of faculty, staff and students, books issue and return (both offline and online), reference books issue and return, transaction report emailing to the CEO, Director, coordinator-IET & IMS.
  •  Digital Harbor:-This caters to the needs of faculty, staff and students who wish to retrieve information through the ONLINE mode. A rich repository of e-journals (through DELNET), the available E-books (also through DVDs or CDs for books and magazines nos. 700) can be accessed. DELNET and NDL operations are available through the nodes (systems) present. Both these are also available to each faculty at their personal nodes.
  •  Web OPAC:- Web OPAC has been provided at the Library Entrance for students (additional kiosks also available in the Computer Centers) where they can know exact status of any book. It is useful to avoid unnecessary footfalls and ease of operations.
  •  Reprographic facility:- Reprographic facility is available to all students (against payment) and faculty members (free of cost) for utility concerning library stock.
  •  Suggestion Box:- Suggestion Box brings not only the grievances from students but also requisitions for certain specific books, they are duly entertained by the management.
  •  Safety Measures:- Safety Measures is the important issue for every library. Looking the need of safety measures our both libraries are well equipped with Fire-fighting tools and the Surveillance through 8 CCTV cameras operational in Reading Hall, Reference section and both stack rooms.

Rules Regulations

For Membership:-

  • The library is primarily for the use of faculty, research scholars, students, and non-teaching employees of the College.
  • The privilege of borrowing books from the library is restricted to SMS Group of Institutions community only.
  • On special request, outsiders (Students, Faculty, Research scholars of other Colleges) are also admitted for a short period for research with written permission of the Registrar, for which they should bring a requisition letter from the concerned Department.
  • In order to streamline the activities of the Library, we all are expected to follow the below said guidelines which will not only facilitate the huge operations at Library but also veil us from any gratuitous discrepancy.

For Membership:-Get registered BY FILLING APPLICATION FORM & submit at the circulation Section Issuance of books.

  • The books would be issued from the Stack Room by entering the details in the Issue Register with proper signature of the borrower. Books will be issued out only after due stamping at the Computer issue counter.
  • Members need to be present in person while issuance of books. They must ensure that entries in the Issue Register have been correctly done. They must also put their signatures in the Issue Register against each book loaned.
  • Reissue of the same book on expiry of time is possible, only in exceptional cases, and availability of sufficient copy of the same title.

Return of Books

  • Faculty and Staff members need to be present in person during return of the issued books. They must ensure that return entries have been done correctly.
  • Faculty members are requested to ensure that the books are properly re-issued / renewal done for updating library member’s record & also books record at the end of each semester.
  • All members should obtain a 'No Due' for any purpose after surrendering the library borrower card also paying any dues outstanding against them, if any.
  • All members should return the books borrowed from the library before they proceed on a long period of leave and obtain a ' No Due ' certificate from the library.
  • All issued books, by any member, must be physically return to the library 30thApril each year for annual inventory taking.

Note: All issue and return would be suspended during the 3rd & 4th week of May every year for annual inventory check.

Number of books and Loan Period

Loss of Borrower Identity Card & Books

  • The Members are responsible for Library borrower card. Loss of Library borrower card should be reported to the circulation section immediately. Duplicate Library borrower card will be issued on payment of Rs. 50/- .
  • Loss of book by the borrower should be reported to the Circulation immediately to avoid fine. Further, borrower shall either replace the book or bear its cost.
  • If the replacement is not done within 15 days, the defaulter will be charged 2 times the cost of the book.
  • If the book of a multi volume set is damaged or lost the member concerned shall be liable to replace the whole set or pay 2 times the cost of the same.

Internet facility

  • Internet facility is open for the registered users of the Library only. No outsider will be allowed to use this facility.
  • Users should produce the Library Identity Card at Information Desk and collect the same after browsing.
  • Users are advised to make use of this facility only to support their academic and research activities.
  • Requested to make way to the others to use the facility.
  • Users should enter the name and other details in the register before browsing the Internet. Maximum time for browsing is restricted to one hour only.
  • Users are advised to help in identifying unauthorized users, since this facility is for the registered users only. It is our collective responsibility, as far as the safeties of the systems are concerned. Please bring to the notice of the Librarian any misuse of the systems.
  • The facility is available between 10.00 am to 5.00 pm on all working days.
  • All the computers are equipped with the Electronic Surveillance Software to detect the Internet sites visited and searched by each user.
  • Librarian reserves the right to stop extending this facility to a person found misusing, apart from initiating action as per the rules by the college Authorities.

Reprographic Section

  • Reproduction of documents shall be monitored and recorded by the staff for the purpose, in the library.
  • Photocopy of official documents need to be duly approved by the Registrar or the Director in absence of Registrar.
  • Photocopy of personal documents shall be allowable on payment as applicable during the period.

Loss of Borrower Identity Card & Books

  • Members shall observe silence in the reading hall.
  • Use of cell phone in the Library is not allowed.
  • Members shall not engage in conversation in any part of the library so as to cause annoyance to any other reader.
  • Members shall not spit in any part of the library.
  • Members shall not write upon, damage or mark any book belonging to the library.
  • Members are responsible for any damage caused by them to the books or any other property belonging to the library and shall be required to pay the penalty imposed upon them by the Librarian.
  • The members caught tearing pages/stealing of books will be suspended forthwith from using the library facilities and further disciplinary action will be initiated against them by the college administration.
  • Members shall not bring personal belongings (including Books and other printed material) and library books borrowed by them inside the library.
  • Members leaving the library should stop at the exit so that the material borrowed or taken out of the library by them may be checked.
  • Upon any infringement of the library rules members shall forfeit the privileges of admission and membership of the library.
  • The Librarian reserves the right to suspend the membership of any member found misbehaving, abusing the library staff or behaving in an indecent manner.

NOTE- Use of Mobile Phones is strictly not allowed inside the library premises.

Opening Hours

    •  On working days: 9:30 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
    •  During Vacation: 9:30 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.

Reference Services

  •  SDILINE Services:- SDILINE is a form of CAS. The objective of this service is to keep the users well-informed and up-to-date in the field of research. SDILINE is the awareness service. It notifies the library users on periodically about new publications, report, literature or other data sources in subject in which the user has specified an interest.
  •  New Arrival Notification:- New books are shelved on the “New Arrivals” shelves for a limited amount of time (usually 1 year) in order that library users may have a chance to browse new acquisitions. These new books are shelved on the book stack.

OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue)


NATIONAL DIGITAL LIBRARY:- Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) under its National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology (NMEICT) has initiated the National Digital Library of India (NDL India) pilot project to develop a framework of virtual repository of learning resources with a single-window search facility. Filtered and federated searching is employed to facilitate focused searching so that learners can find out the right resource with least effort and in minimum time. NDL India is designed to hold content of any language and provides interface support for leading Indian languages. It is being arranged to provide support for all academic levels including researchers and life-long learners, all disciplines, all popular form of access devices and differently-abled learners. It is being developed to help students to prepare for entrance and competitive examination, to enable people to learn and prepare from best practices from all over the world and to facilitate researchers to perform inter-linked exploration from multiple sources. The pilot project is devising a framework that is being scaled up with respect to content volume and diversity to serve all levels and disciplines of learners. It is being developed at Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur.

DELNET:- DELNET was started at the India International Centre Library in January 1988 and was registered as a society in 1992. It was initially supported by the National Information System for Science and Technology (NISSAT), Department of Scientific and Industrial Reseach, Government of India. It was subsequently supported by the National Informatics Centre, Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Government of India and the Ministry of Culture, Government of India. DELNET has been established with the prime objective of promoting resource sharing among the libraries through the development of a network of libraries. It aims to collect, store, and disseminate information besides offering computerized services to users, to coordinate efforts for suitable collection development and also to reduce unnecessary duplication wherever possible.

NPTEL:- NPTEL is an acronym for National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning which is an initiative by seven Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT Bombay, Delhi, Guwahati, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras and Roorkee) and Indian Institute of Science (IISc) for creating course contents in engineering and science. NPTEL as a project originated from many deliberations between IITs, Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) and Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) during the years 1999-2003. A proposal was jointly put forward by five IITs (Bombay, Delhi, Kanpur, Kharagpur and Madras) and IISc for creating contents for 100 courses as web based supplements and 100 complete video courses, for forty hours of duration per course. Web supplements were expected to cover materials that could be delivered in approximately forty hours. Five engineering branches (Civil, Computer Science, Electrical, Electronics and Communication and Mechanical) and core science programmes that all engineering students are required to take in their undergraduate engineering programme in India were chosen initially. Contents for the above courses were based on the model curriculum suggested by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and the syllabi of major affiliating Universities in India.

NPTEL Local Chapter

NPTEL provides E-learning through online Web and Video courses in Engineering, Science and humanities streams. The mission of NPTEL is to enhance the quality of Engineering education in the country by providing free online courseware. SMS Lucknow, Library & Documentation Centre, had setup SMS-NPTEL Local chapter on Dec, 2015.

The main objective of this SMS-NPTEL Local Chapter is to create awareness and enable students to obtain certification programme which make them employable or a suitable person for higher education.



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Research & Innovation

C. V. Raman Centre for Research & Innovation

Imparting value based research & innovation of highest standard relevant to contemporary environmental issues facing humanity. -Quality Policy


C. V Raman Centre for Research & Innovation was established on 16th August 2011 under the leadership of Shri Sharad Singh, CEO & Secretary, SMS Lucknow. The centre propagates Research & Innovation practices based on the theme "Global Techno-Managerial Principles & Practices for Organizational Development, Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development"


"To become a constantly growing centre of excellence nurturing global-centric, ethical & eco-friendly research and innovation on contemporary environmental issues to save Earth & Life."


To develop eco-friendly technology, advance scientific research and innovation which can save Earth & humanity.


To create awareness programmes about environmental threats. Research focusing on the areas of global concern i.e. issues of disaster management, global warming and sustainable development to manage environmental threats for safety of earth & humanity.

Guiding values

  •  Trust
  •  Sense of ownership
  •  Modesty & mutual respect
  •  Keeping up the highest moral standards.
  •  Sense of sacrifice for the sake of Earth & humanity.

Prof. (Dr.) Bharat Raj Singh

Dr.B.R.Singh completed B.E. in Mech. Engg., from SVNIT, Surat in 1972; M.E. in Analysis & Design from MNNIT, Allahabad in 1988 and Ph.D. from U.P. Technical University (now AKTU) in 2011. -Quality Policy

Experience: He has approx. 46 years experience of Industry, Administration and Academics. He has Served 32 years in various government organizations and Retired as Managing Director, UP Rajkiya Nirman Nigam (UPRNN), Lucknow in 2004. He has served as academician at various positions for the last 14 years. Currently he is working as Director General (Technical) at School of Management Sciences, Lucknow.

Administrative Achievements: He accomplished the assigned govt. projects much before the desired time, for e.g.; State Sugar Mill, Rae-Bareilly in 13 months against 48 months (i.e. in January 1980); BHEL, Jagdishpur Insulator Plant Project in 18-months time against 24 months (i.e. in 1981). Thus, UPRNN was recognised by the state government for creating new records in the construction field.

Academic Achievements: He has invented an Air-Engine which runs on Compressed Air releasing Zero Emission curbing Carbon emission to about 50-60%. He has also researched on Vedic Science: found Ahiravan Patal Lok in Central America; and 108- Manika in Rudraksha: each considered diameter of the SUN, works out to distance between the SUN and the EARTH.

Publications: He has been working on Carbon Foot Print, Environmental issues

  •  Papers- published more than 114-papers in leading International/National Journals and Conferences, Symposium and Seminars.
  •  Books- published 4-Books, Book Editor-7 books, and Book Chapters-21 numbers.

Patents: One (01) Patent of Rotary & Vane Type Air Engine and Three (03) in process.

Areas of Specialization: Unconventional Manufacturing Processes, Industrial Engineering, Thermodynamics and Automobiles, Renewable Energy Resources, Environment and Development of Zero Pollution Air Engines.

Editorial / Advisory Boards: member of approx. 39- leading International Journals.

Reviewer of Journals: AIP, ASME, Elsevier, USA; IMechE, UK, etc. and reviewed approx. 435- papers and recognised as Outstanding Reviewer by Elsevier-2014 & 2016.

Member of Technical Bodies: Council of Science & Technology, Govt. of UP-for 3-Years; Chartered Engineer (India) in 1985, Fellow (FIE) in 1985; Member of International Association of Engineers; IAENG-105641 (M) in 2010 and Life Member-The Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE), India-LM94486, in 2014.

Awards: He is a recipient of many awards & recognitions:

  •  State Scientific Award -1965 by Hon. Governor of UP, Shri Viswanath Das in Feb 1965,
  •  Best Officer Award-1981 by State Government, for the Project Activities in August 1981.
  •  Samaj Sri National Award -1994 by Hon. Governor of Goa, for Earth Quake Relief Work.
  •  Chief Minister of UP for recognition about Project Monitoring work in 2003.
  •  Shiksha Gaurav -2012 award by Uttar Pradesh Award Society.
  •  Certificate of Excellence-2012, 2013 & 2014 by IIT, Bombay.
  •  Life Time Achievement Award-2012- by ISAM, USA & IIT-BHU, Varanasi.
  •  Limca Book of Awards-2014 (ed.) for First compressed Air-powered Bike.
  •  Limca Book of Awards-2015 (ed.) for First academician text in US High School Syllabus.
  •  Lifetime Observer Award-2015 felicitated at Varanasi on 31st January’ 2016.
  •  Shiksha Gaurav Puraskar-2016- by CEGR, New Delhi on Sep 21, 2016.
  •  2017 Sahitya Gaurav- on 19th March 2017 at Sahitya Sansthan, Lucknow.
  •  Doordarshan UP Samman- on 24th Dec 2017 at Ganna Sansthabn by Speaker of UP Vidhan Sabha.



World wide huge demand of vehicles is resulting in a rapid consumption of fossil fuels and causing fast depletion of energy resources. Most motorcycles in the world today use engines that burn gasoline, contributing to greenhouse gases and adding air pollution to the surrounding area. It is ultimately causing serious threat to mankind on account of global warming and climatic changes. Since the enormous potential of air is freely available in the atmosphere which can be compressed and utilized as zero pollution energy source to address the Global Warming issues. This has been root cause to invent Novel Air Turbine Engine for two wheeled vehicle. This engine uses compressed air to turn a small air turbine, generating enough power to run a motorcycle for up to 40 minutes.

Faculty Co-Ordinator: Prof. (Dr.) B.R. Singh

SMS Student Name:

  •  Anil Kr. Yadav
  •  Atul Kr. Tiwari
  •  Avinash Kushwaha
  •  Awadhesh Kr. Yadav
  •  Piyush Kr. Yadav


World wide huge demand of vehicles is resulting in a rapid consumption of fossil fuels and causing fast depletion of energy resources. Most motorcycles in the world today use engines that burn gasoline, contributing to greenhouse gases and adding air pollution to the surrounding area. It is ultimately causing serious threat to mankind on account of global warming and climatic changes. Since the enormous potential of air is freely available in the atmosphere which can be compressed and utilized as zero pollution energy source to address the Global Warming issues. This has been root cause to invent Novel Air Turbine Engine for two wheeled vehicle. This engine uses compressed air to turn a small air turbine, generating enough power to run a motorcycle for up to 40 minutes.

Faculty Co-Ordinator: Prof. (Dr.) B.R. Singh

SMS Student Name:

  •  Anil Kr. Yadav
  •  Atul Kr. Tiwari




II YearData Structure Using C LabTurbo C, DevC
Discrete Structure & Graph Theory LabMapple
Digital Logic Design LabDigital Kits
Computer Organization & ArchitectureDigital Kits
Operating System LabTurbo C, DevC
Python LabPython 3
Software Engineering LabSmartDraw
III YearWeb Technologies LabJava, Apache Tomcat, Netbeans, Dreamviewer
Database Management System LabOracle, Mysql
Design and Analysis of AlgorithmTurbo C, DevC
Principle of Programming Languages LabTurbo C, DevC
Computer Network LabTurbo C, DevC, GNS3
Compiler Design LabTurbo C, DevC
Computer Graphics LabTurbo C, DevC
Data Mining & Warehousing LabWeka, Rapid Miner
IV YearDistributed system LabTurbo C, DevC
Project LabVisual Studio, Local Web Servers,Java, Apache
Tomcat, Netbeans, Dreamviewer, Matlab


  •  Mechanics Lab
  •  Graphics Lab
  •  Workshop
  •  Fluid Mechanics Lab
  •  Material Science and Testing Lab
  •  Thermodynamics Lab
  •  Machine Design Lab
  •  Measurement and Metrology Lab
  •  Manufacturing Technology Lab
  •  Heat and Mass Transfer Lab
  •  Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Lab
  •  Fluid Machinery Lab
  •  Theory of Machine Lab
  •  Internal Combustion Engine and Automobile Lab
  •  Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing Lab
  •  Project Lab

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Academic Events

Departmental Events

Industrial Visit

Industrial Visits in 2021-2022

Uttar Pradesh New and Renewable Energy Development Agency (UPNEDA)

Students of B.Tech - E.C & E.N went for industrial visit to Uttar Pradesh New and Renewable Energy Development Agency ( UPNEDA) on 5th May'22.

Ultratech RMC

Students of Diploma - Civil Engineering made an industrial visit to Ultratech RMC Plant , Raebareli Road on 7th May 2022.

Industrial Visits in 2020-2021

Doordarshan Kendra

Students of B.Tech - E.C & E.N visited Doordarshan Kendra, Lucknow for an industrial visit on 22nd April'22.

Industrial Visits in 2019-2020


The PGDM (2019-2021 batch) students of SMS Lucknow and SMS Varanasi went on an International Trip to Malaysia from 23rd January to 28th January 2020. It was an industrial cum excursion tour which started from the  visit to Yakult Factory, proceeding to First World Hotel, World'slargest hotel in Genting via cable car. The next day was again an industrial visit to Royal Selangor Pewter along with visit to Batu Caves, the oldest temple in Malaysia. Following day was the day filled with zeal and enjoyment in SunwayLagoon Water Park and the night was all about DJ Night at Quill CityMall.Then it was a city tour covering places :King's Palace, National Monument & Independence Square, Lake Garden, Geneva Watch Outlet and Harriston Chocolate Outlet. Last day was Photostop at Petronas TwinTower, Aquarium KLCC following with Prime Minister Office and Pink Mosque at Putrajaya .Also the students went to Berjaya Times Square for shopping. At Kuala Lumpur the students satyed in IBIS Styles, a 3 star hotel in KualaLumpur.With the total number of 120 students & 2 faculty members, the trip waswell managed. It was a maiden foreign trip for some, everyone had a good experience along with some learning. Overall, it was an informative and enjoyable trip for the students .

Industrial Visits in 2018-2019


SMS Lucknow organized an Industrial Visit to Ultra Tech Cement RMC Plant.  It was organised for Diploma Final Year students of SMS Lucknow on 3rd September 2019.