The growth and development of Information Communication Technology (ICT) and Library 2.0 have revolutionized information delivery services of the libraries. Libraries have transformed into digital libraries where the printed resources have changed into electronic resources. Electronic resources (E-resources) are easily accessible in the remote areas with fast and easy access and retrieve the ever growing amount of stored information in international, national or local databases. It is crucial to analyse how people utilise electronic resources, find out how satisfied they are with them, and identify any barriers to their use. The current study focuses on how JAIN faculty members use and are aware of electronic resources (Deemed-to-be University). The main aim is to determine the satisfaction level of faculty members in accessing e-resources.