The library develops and maintains print and digital resources to support teaching and research activities of the university community. The collections comprise subjects in engineering, information technology, education, management, sciences, social sciences, languages and self-development. The library has extensive holdings of more than 230,000 copies of books, 15,000 titles of thesis and 25,000 units of audio-visuals. The collections are mostly open access and classified according to the Library of Congress Classification (LCC). The digital collection comprises 18 databases, 6 e-books services, 170 titles of e-journals and more than 10,000 digitized documents, including journal articles, research reports, conference proceedings and exam papers.