Thursday, January 19, 2017

New Arrivals

SL.NO
TITLE
AUTHOR
1
World Atlas
Reader’s Digest
2
English in 20 Minutes a Day
Reader’s Digest
3
Doctor’s Guide to Chronic Pain
Richard Laliberte
4
Full Life Repair Kit
Reader’s Digest
5
Secrets of the World’s Most Extraordinary Places
Reader’s Digest
6
The Best of the Best Places in The World
Reader’s Digest
7
Complete History of The World
Richard Overy
8
Conquering Heart Attack & Stroke
Reader’s Digest
9
Make Pain Disappear
Dorothy Foltz-Gray
10
Lyengar Yoga
Judy Smith
11
Our Bodies After 60
Mark Twain
12
The Diet Selector :How to Choose a Diet Perfectly Tailored to Your Needs
Judith C Rodriguez
13
Traditional Wisdom: Rediscovered
Reader’s Digest
14
Vegetarian: Create Great-Tasting Dishes Through the Seasons
Ting Morris,
Rachel Lane
15
Magic Foods
Christine L
Pelkman Ph.D
16
Taking Charge of Arthritis
Reader’s Digest
17
Taking Charge of Diabetes
Reader’s Digest
18
The Chess Player’s Bible
James Eade
19
Disease Free
Reader’s Digest
20
Kitchen Cabinet Cures:1001 Homemade Remedies for your Health
Reader’s Digest
21
Diabetes Cook Book
Reader’s Digest
22
10001 Time Saving Ideas
Reader’s Digest
23
Foods Harm Foods Heal
Joe Schwarcz
24
Fight Back Use Nutrition to Heal What ails you With Food
Tom  Gardner
Shirrel Rhoades
25
Everyday Arthritis Solutions
Reader’s Digest
26
What to Do in An Emergency
Reader’s Digest
27
The Most Effective Ways to Live Longer
Jonny Bowden
28
How to Write and Speak Better
John Ellison Kahn
29
The Right Word at The Right Time
John Ellison Kahn
30
Treasury of Wit &Wisdom
Jeff Bredenberg
31
1001 Do-It- Yourself Hints Tips
Reader’s Digest
32
Food Cures
Reader’s Digest
33
1001 Great Ways to Get Better
Reader’s Digest
34
Amazing Home Problem Solver
Reader’s Digest
35
Extraordinary Uses For Ordinary Things
Reader’s Digest
36
Vitamins Minerals & Supplements
Reader’s Digest
37
Healthy Meals for Healthy Kids
Catherine Atkinson
38
The Indian Kitchen
Monisha Bharadwaj
39
The Origins of Words & Phrases
Reader’s Digest
40
Natural Solutions For Diabetes
William A Petit Jr
41
Beat High Blood Pressure Cook Book
Reader’s Digest
42
India Modern
Michael Freeman
43
Taking Charge of Arthritis
Rodger Laurent. Dr
44
The Anti-ageing Beauty Bible
Josephine Fairley
Sarah Stacey
45
Grandma’s Quick & Thrifty Cookbook
Katri Hilden

Friday, November 26, 2010

About the Institute

        Al - Ameen Institute of Management Studies (AIMS) was established in 1994-95 to provide professional management education, research and training for students from alls walks of life. The goal of the institute is to inspire the youth to blossom into managers, administrators and business leaders.
       MBA course is a two-year full time programme approved by the All India Council for Technical Education and affiliated to Bangalore University. Our curriculum is designed by professional experts and academicians to impart the required skills to the aspiring managers to strengthen him/her with analytical, conceptual and communication skills.
Visions
      We aspire to become a leading institute in management studies with global and dynamic outlook by continually expanding and defining new frontiers of management education and its implications in the corporate world.
Mission
    To be the best vendor of ethical and value added human capital to the development of Corporate and Industrial Economy through Quality Training and Continuous Learning.
Quality Policy
    We at Al-Ameen Institute of Management Studies are strongly committed and dedicated to achieve excellence in imparting professional management education, by continually improving effectiveness of the deliverables, in our thrust to hone managerial skills.
Message from the Principal
“Change is the Essence of Life”
Al-Ameen Institute of Management Studies is a happening place!! It is Vibrant with energy in the form of resources, to fine-tune potential managers and cope with the changes in the corporate world.
We at Al-Ameen nurture and help discover them selves so that they develop into confident, proactive and ethical young managers ready to take up corporate challenges in the international arena.
               I wish all my Students a bright and successful career.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Overview

Al-Ameen Institute of Management Studies (AIMS) Library has an exhaustive collections of 6822 Books by foreign and Indian authors on Management and other related areas. More than 40 Periodicals and audio video Cassettes are subscribed. Over 1000 slide files, case studies, Statistical data sources and project reports of major Companies are maintained and regularly updated.

Library Services:
  • Current awareness service
  • Selective Dissemination of Information (SDI) Service
  • Database search services
  • Lending of Books
  • Press clippings
  • Readers guidance
  • Over night Issues

Library Facilities:
  • Audio visual facility
  • Computer aided retrieval
  • C.D. ROM workstation
  • Photocopy
  • Book Renewal Facility
  • Internet Browsing 
  • SAGE, , DOAJ and Resource sharing facility.

Rules & Regulations
    The rules and regulations to be followed in the library are given below. Membership is open to all the staff and students of the College.

Working Hours  
 Monday - Friday
8.30 am to 5.30 pm
 Saturdays
8.30 am to 2.00 pm
                 
The issue counter is open throughout the day without any break.

DOCUMENT ISSUE:

Designation
No. of Cards
Duration
  MBA   Students
5
15days
   BBA  Students
  4
15 days
                     
GENERAL RULES
  • An over-due charge of Rs.5 per day shall be charged against each book/document not returned within the due date
  • A document issued may be renewed up to 2 times provided there is no reservation against it.
  • Use of mobile phones in the Library is strictly prohibited.
  • Necessary action will be taken by the Librarian the users who are found to be misusing the service, facilities of Library collections etc.
  • After use readers are requested not to replace the books on the racks. It will be done by him Library staff.
  • The Librarian may recall any book any time if required.
  • Silence should be maintained in the Library areas. Conversations, loud talking and discussions must be avoided within the Library.
  • Loss of borrower's card has to be reported immediately in writing.
  • Drinks and food items are not allowed.
  • No bags and belongings allowed inside.
  • Do not use the computers to play games and listen music.
  • Sign the register kept at the checkpoint, while entering the Library.

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