The library is named after Pandit Sundarlal Sharma, the legendary freedom fighter and social reformer. It is housed in a four-storied independent building with serene environment. The Library is centrally located in the campus. The seating capacity is of 320. The building has two independent reading halls for textbooks and research periodicals.

       There are more than 100 encyclopedias and about 15 indexing and abstracting periodicals in the library. The library has 2, 19, 529 books, 24, 914 gifted books, and 8, 749 World Bank publications. It houses 22,518 copies of theses and dissertations. The library is subscribing to about 135 Indian and 69 foreign research journals.

      The library is availing all facilities extended to it by INFLIBNET Centre, Ahmedabad, as both are closely associated since 1991. The University library is currently participating in the first phase of UGC-INFONET program. As a member of the scheme, the library and UTDs in the campus are using leased link connectivity for exploring e-Resources under UGC-INFONET consortium. It provides students and teachers with the databases and full text access to journals and e-Books. This has transformed the campus into a modern knowledge hub for higher learning.