Welcome to NHRC Digital Library


NHRC library was established with the purpose of providing research based health information. It is being utilized by the all health and related professionals involved in research activities. It servers as a repository for health research related information and resources.

NHRC library has started to fulfill its purpose. NHRC library has a collection of research based books/tapes/documents and CD-ROMs, and is actively networking with other health research libraries. Library data is classified under internationally accepted classification scheme developed by the National Library of Medicine, USA; using MESH (Medical Subject Heading).

NHRC library has established a network with other health related libraries and information centers based in Kathmandu. It is also an active member of HELLIS Nepal which is a communication center and national focal point. Being Associated with HELLIS Nepal, NHRC library is participating in developing the HELLIS Nepal web page. This association will add the presence of NHRC Library not only at national but also at the International level.

NHRC library would like be known as active heath research information center, which will provide the research based information in all aspects of health related subjects available in the country. NHRC library can access Up to 13,000 journals (in 30 different languages), up to 29,000 e-books, up to 70 other information resources are now available to health institutions in more than 100 countries, areas and territories benefiting many thousands of health workers and researchers, and in turn, contributing to improve world health using HINARI. We have HINARI User Name and Password.

Information is provided not only through books but also online via Internet Connection. These facilities assist scholars and health professional with information in their respective fields in much convenient way

Till March 2, 2016

  • Reserch Reports : 765 Full text are availabe in NHRC Library
  • Thesis Reports : 400 Full text are availabe in NHRC Library

All the documents are web-base catalogue using the same homepage catalogue Option. The option is right side top of the homepage. The second option is for fulltext. and third is for online JNHRC.