The college was established in 1963 with the name as Malaviya Regional Engineering College, Jaipur as a joint venture of the Government of India and the Government of Rajasthan, Subsequently; on June 26,2002 the college has been given the status of National Institute of Technology and on 15th August 2007, Proclaimed Institute of National Importance through Act of parliament. The Institute is fully funded by Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India.

Extending into an area of over 317 acres of lush greenery, the campus of the Institute is imaginatively laid-out with a picturesque landscape. It presents a spectacle of harmony in modern architecture, and natural beauty which enthrals and inspires.

The campus of the institute consisting of the institute buildings, halls of residence and staff colony. It is a residential campus offering accommodation to faculty, staff and students.

The Central library is located in the Centre of the Institute, where visitors can approach easily. It is well equipped with the new and modern furniture(make Godrej) including optimizers (stacks on tracks). The sitting area of the users is fully air conditioned. Each sitting area/ hall is having different reading cubicles for the users. The Central Library has been reintroduced with new name i.e. "LEARNING RESOURSE CENTRE (LRC)" in April, 2012. Library Database has been computerised through e-Granthalaya Library. Management Software and books are issued through RFID System & SmartCard. it has 15,847 Sq. feet plinth area in two floors (Ground and first). The reading halls of LRC are air conditioned with glass partition Library has separate stack halls for books, periodicals (current and bound volumes), video cassettes, Reference Section and book bank.
A Digital Library having sufficent Systems with internet facility for students and faculty members have been made available to the users.
Library is having LAN and Wi-fi connectivity for Internet based services, which is operable on 24X7. The database & server of the library are maintained by the institutes COE department.Users are allowed to bring their own laptops.
The Central library has a Library Management Software - KOHA (Open Source Software) customised for Institute. The circulation services have also been automated through RFID enabled system.
Approximately 1700 users (Faculty, Staff, Students and fee based members) visit the library daily.
  • Print books               -     167360
  • E-Books                     -     3264
  • E-Journals                 -     10000 (approx.)
  • Online Databases     -     03 (in various disciplines)
Library has subscribed/procured about 2000 Online Journals through INDEST_AICTE Consortium (like ACM Digital Library,ASCE,ASME,(IEL Online),IEEE and IET,Springer,Nature etc.)and about 1000 subscribed online Journals like Taylor & Francis ,Emerald,Sage etc (through institutional Funds).About 2000 e-Books (perpetual basis) of various subjects published by Pearson,Sage,Springer,McGraw Hill,Tata McGraw Hill CRC Press,Taylor & Francis,Cengage Learning.
The Central Library is member of 'Developing library Network DELNET (Database service). Users can access various databases of about 2 crore books, journals, thesis and dissertations, non print materials etc. available with 4697 Indian and Foreign libraries. Also users can borrow the books from other libraries under 'INTER LIBRARY LOAN' scheme. Access Science-database (EST) is also available.
Books are issued for 21 days from Main Library and for one semester from Book Bank, failing which late fine is applicable as per library rules.
08:00 AM to 10:00 PM (Monday to Friday)
09:00 AM to 06:00 PM (Saturday & Sunday)
1. Circulation Service (Issue / Return of books Main Library & Book Bank.
2. Web OPAC.
3. Remote Access to e-Resources.
4. Database of Theses and Dissertations (IDR).
5. CD-ROM Databases.
6. InterLibrary Loan (ILL) Services through DELNET.
7. Periodicals Services.
8. Internet facility (LAN & Wi-Fi).
9. J-Gate Plus Service.
10. Reprographic Services (Photocopy Services).
11. Reference Services.
12. BIS and IRC Codes.
13. Attending Users queries.
14. Display of New Arrivals.
15. Display of Important notices/pamphlets etc.
16. Services to outside members.
17. Orientation programmes for newly admitted students of U.G. & P.G.
18. Video Viewing Services.
The central library has been equipped with
1. CCTV Surveillance System with 32 Cameras(including video recording) covering entire Library
2. Smoke Alarm system.
3. Biometric Attendance System (staff)
Ground Floor
Entrance lobby
Librarian's Chamber
Circulation Counter
Book bank
Digital Library
Newspapers and Magazines
Stack Area
Four A.C. Reading Halls
Acquisition Section
Processing Section
Display of New Arrivals (Central Hall)

First Floor
Periodicals Section
Reference Section
Bound Volume Collection
Meeting Room
Photocopy Section

Video /CD-ROM Section