|Welcome to the National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam Library OPAC|
NLUJAA OPAC is a platform to search and locate the information on available resources in the library remotely. National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam (NLUJAA) Library is a gateway to quality education and research in the field of law, social sciences and humanities. The NLUJAA Library endeavours to facilitate the legal society by providing right information to right users at the right time. The University library has approximately twenty thousand print collection in the field of law and allied subjects. Over the years, the library has procured various Law Journals, both print and electronic. On the top floor of the Administrative building, the Library is housed as a temporary measure and will be shifted to an independent customised building under construction soon after its completion. The state of the art library building will be housed in a three magnificent storied building spreading across a wide area of 50,000 sq.ft approx
NLUJAA Library holds a notably rich printed collection of reference sources, bare acts, reports, cases, back volumes (e.g. Indian Appeal, Moore's Indian appeal, Law Commission Report, All India Reporter (AIR), Banking Cases, Consumer Protection Judgement (CPJ), Consumer Protection Trade Practices Journal (CTJ), Crimes, Consumer Protection Reporter(CPR), Service Law Reporter (SLR), Supreme Court Cases (SCC), Criminal Law Journal, Halsbury’s Law of India, Constitutional Assembly Debates etc), journals and periodicals, NE collection, multimedia and question papers.
The University Library has been subscribing DELNET Online, Heinonline, Jstor, LexisNexis, Manupatra, SCC Online and Westlaw database for last five years. NLUJAA Library has two electronic Book packages namely Elgar online and Cambridge Book online. South Asia Archive and Canadian Business & Current Affairs (CBCA) are the new additions of electronic databases to the Library. The University Library subscribes more than 1500 journals including print and electronic both.
Koha is a full-featured open-source ILS. Developed initially in New Zealand by Katipo Communications Ltd and first deployed in January of 2000 for Horowhenua Library Trust, Koha is currently maintained by a team of software providers and library technology staff from around the globe.
NLUJAA implements KOHA - the Open Source Library Management System.