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Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is an important resource of a Modern Library or Information centre. The ICT is the electronic means of capturing, processing, storing and communicating information. It encompasses an array of hardware, software services and networks that enables access to digital information. Hence, this study deals with the application and uses of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in Academic Libraries with reference to Arts and Science Colleges in Tirunelveli. The researcher had employed a well structured close - ended questionnaire for collecting the required data from PG students, Research scholars and Faculty members of six colleges that are serving within the corporation area of Tirunelveli and affiliated to Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli. Survey method was used for collecting primary data. The findings of the study of the respondents are adequacy of using ICT based resources. The study reveals that 781 (56.44%) respondents always using ICT based resources, 632 (40.49%) sometimes using ICT based resources.