The Learning Resource Centre of BIT brought out a Research Journal namely Indian Journal of Information Science and Services – an half-yearly issue. The first issue of this journal was published during August 2007 and four issues have been released so far.

The aim of IJISS is to disseminate the knowledge on various research issues concerning Library and Information Science and to provide up-to date information.

About Bannari Amman Institute of Technology

The Bannari Amman Institute of Technology (BIT) is a vibrant institute of higher education promoted by the Bannari Amman Group, a leading corporate house in the Southern part of India, under the aegis of the Bannariamman Educational Trust in 1996 in the town of Sathyamangalam in Erode District of Tamil Nadu. With an overall strength of 4000 students on roll, the Institute offers 11 undergraduate programmes, and 12 postgraduate programmes in engineering, technology, applied sciences, and 12 Ph.D./ M.S. (By Research) in engineering and technology in the autonomous scheme under affiliation to Anna University, Coimbatore and approved by the All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi. Six of the BE/BTech programmes have been accredited by NBA and Institutional accreditation by NAAC with A Grade. The college is an ISO 9001:2000 certified institution. The zeal and dedication with which BIT pursues its motto ‘Stay Ahead’ makes it different from other institutions.

About Learning Resource Centre

The Learning Resource Centre of Bannari Amman Institute of Technology has a two-storeyed air-conditioned building with rich collection of books, journals, back volumes, and digital library with 40 computers. It has currently developed a spectacular library web portal and institutional repository using Greenstone Digital Library Software and it is also involved in a research project sponsored by DSIR, Govt. of India. It has organized various short-term courses for the benefit of students and also for unemployed youth to get self-employment. It is an institutional member in British Council Library, DELNET, and AICTE-INDEST Consortium, New Delhi.