Phone No.
+234 080 6537 5796
Email us
info@nmc.edu.ng
Address
National Mathematical Centre, Kwali, Abuja

Centre Library Rules and Procedures:

 


opening hours:

Mondays – Fridays:             9.30a.m. - 4:00p.m.

Saturdays & Sundays:          Closed.

Public Holidays:                   Closed.

 

Researchers from other scientific institutions may apply for access to the library by contacting the librarian with letter of introduction from institutions/organisations

registration
all first-time users must register at the loan desk

users receive a personal card/e-personal card number which is required to borrow material during their period of stay


loans
books and bound periodicals - a maximum of 3 each - may be borrowed for one month
loans should be kept on NMC premises during courses, restrictions on loans may be applied lending conditions may vary depending upon the type of material and status of user 

recall messages for overdue items are generated and sent automatically by computer
visitors may lose borrowing privileges after two disregarded notices 

loans may be renewed a maximum of two times if there is no waiting list, library staff may recall any loaned item 

holds may be placed on any loaned item 

returns must be handed to the loan desk staff

when on temporary absence from Sheda Kwali campus, all borrowed items must be returned 

reference collection items, unbound periodical issues and any item on temporary display, such as newly arrived books, journals, reports, or material needed during courses, normally cannot be loaned and can be used only in the library 

lost or damaged material should be reported promptly

the borrower may be required to pay for a replacement


clearance
on departure, users must return all borrowed items

Phone No. : +123 080 5052 2593, 080 6537 5796, 070 6185 3219
Email us: info@nmc.edu.ng

Find Us Here

National Mathematical Centre,
Abuja-Lokoja Expressway,:

Sheda-Kwali, Abuja:
Nigeria

About Us

The National Mathematical Centre Abuja was established by the Federal Government of Nigeria on January 1, 1988 although the decree (Decree No. 40) giving it a legal backing as a corporate body with perpetual succession and a common seal, was not promulgated until December 12, 1989.