The Central Library has 16500 books which comprises of text and reference in all medical specialties . It has 2 separate blocks and B block works 24 hours through out the year
The library is enriched with digital facilities and computer systems. Students, Faculty, Research workers, and other staff extensively make use of the facilities.
Readers have access to audio-visual aids, Micro Film Reader, and internet facility. Electronic databases viz. MEDLINE , Proquest Medical Library are available. The Library is connected to HELINET consortium offered by RGUHS for full text online journal and E books data bases and computerized. Post graduates , graduates and researchers get the latest references through these apart from books, for their dissertation and research and publication work. Services include book bank, Photocopying, scanning for digitising purpose and laser printing too. Both Foreign and Indian medical journals are subscribed to meet the demands of learning and to keep abreast with recent literature .
Our library is an essential component of the institution which worthy serves the community enthusiastically, providing friendly environment .
Apart from the central library every department maintains its own departmental library facility for their staff and PG students.
Dr.B.R.Ambedkar Medical College lays great emphasis on the all round development of the student. The college campus has a spacious sports ground and materials for several outdoor and indoor activities. A committee, headed by the Principal and comprising of Physical Director , sports secretary and talented members of the staff, and student representatives, manage the sports activities. It is a matter of pride that many of our students have come out with flying colors in National, State , Inter-university and Inter-medical sports competitions. Students take a keen interest in literary and cultural activities. The College Day, Graduation Day, competitions on Karnataka Rajyothsava are some of the platform for literary and cultural activities. A college magazine is brought out with articles mostly contributed by students and staff.