The College Library, located on the top floor of the college building and spread out over an area of 3594 sq. m, and has a spacious reading room with a seating capacity of 120 students. It started functioning in 1997 when the college was established and began with a modest collection of books, magazines and newspapers. The Library now has a collection of more than 5000 books, bound periodicals a number of national journals and other online resources. Listed below are the different sections of the Library and the resources available to users.

Circulation Section: Books for circulation / issue to students are kept in the Circulation Section. Students are allowed open access and may independently browse through this section for books they may require. Registered members of the Library are offered a range of services which includes registration, renewal, lending and reservation to members.
Reference Section: The reference section contains books like encyclopedia, dictionaries, yearbooks, journal, magazines etc. The books in the reference section are not meant to be issued but may be used for reference in the reading area provided.
Computer Section: The Library has a Computer Section with 12 computers which students are allowed to use to access online resources through the National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology (NMEICT) connections that the College has subscribed  to. In addition to this, the Library also has a Wi-Fi connection that students are allowed to access through their laptops and tabs.
In-House Resources: The Library provides the following journals, magazines and newspaper for the benefit of the students and teachers.
Print Journals: Economic and Political Weekly, Mainstream, Third Concept, Indian Journal of Public Administration, The medieval History Journal, Indian Historical Review , Indian Literature, Biblio: A Review of Books, Journal Of Indian Education, Indian Educational Review, Indian Journal of Teacher Education Anweshika, Down to Earth and The NEHU Journal.

Magazines and Newspapers: Eastern Panorama, Caravan Magazine, Chronicle, Frontline, India Today, Reader's Digest, Pratiyogita Darpan, The Hindu, The Telegraph, The Shillong Times

N-LIST: The College has subscribed the "National Library and Information Services Infrastructure for Scholarly Content" (N-LIST) programme providing users from the College access to over 6000 journals and 1,35,000 E-books in addition to the physical resources available in the Library. Users may use the following link to access these resources.

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Free E-Books: The free E-Books that are available from the websites listed below are electronic versions to printed books that can be viewed online and are readable with Adobe Reader or Notepad / Wordpad. The Thomas Jones Synod College Library, while providing the following links, does not necessarily endorse all the services and products offered on these websites.

Project Gutenberg, Free E-Books, Planet Publish, E-Book Mall

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