KMM Library building spans over an area of 10,000 sq. ft. It has a seating capacity of 100 persons and follows open access system with State-of-the art facilities. Library houses a collection of 13,000 Books and 1000 Back Volumes. It subscribes to more than 339 Periodicals ( National & International), 1718 Dissertations, 3200 CDs, DVDs and Audio – Visual resources. Our Vision is to provide world-class knowledge resources that not only cater to the curricular requirements but also provide Intellectual enquiry and Research. We have separate library for Maritime Studies at Thalambur having built-up area of 300 sq.ft and more than 1000 books.


It facilitates access to Electronic Information Services to ensure that the information needs of our Students, Faculty and Staff are met. We provide everything from traditional paper based books and journals to e-books and e-journals including pod casts & web casts. It houses Image Scanner, Laser Printer and 50 Computers with Internet Connection. Each system connected with Online Printer.

The Library has:

  • Stack Area I: It contains more than 53,833 books on Arts, Science & Technology, Engineering, Paramedical, Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, Directories, Thesaurus, Year Books, Glossaries, Maps and Atlases..
  • Stack Area II: It contains more than 1550 Books for students to prepare the various Competitive Examinations and Student Project Reports.
  • Reference Section: Has over 7040 books in various disciplines.
  • Periodical Section: Has over 11,472 Back Volumes of Scientific and Technical periodicals. It also contains 339 Periodicals from various Professional Societies.
  • The support of NAPTEL

    The college having the support of NAPTEL(National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning ).

    The National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) is a Government of India sponsored collaborative educational programme. By developing curriculum-based video and web courses the programme aims to enhance the quality of engineering education in India. It is being jointly carried out by 7 IITs and IISc Bangalore, and is funded by the Ministry of Human Resources Development of the Government of India.

    As of october 2012, over 600 courses were available online. The course videos are available in streaming mode, and may also be downloaded for viewing offline. The video files are also view-able via the IIT Channel in College Library.

    Seven IITs and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) have worked together to develop web and video based material for basic undergraduate science and engineering courses in order to enhance the reach and quality of technical education in India.