ISSN: 2249 - 0213

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Censorship in Libraries and Information Centers: A Vital Activity for Successful Library Growth in Nigeria

Censorship is based on the use of state or group power to control freedom of expression or press. This is hinged on the fact that every society has customs, taboos or laws by which speech, dress, religious observance, and sexual expressions are regulated in order to protect the family, the church and the state. Intellectual […]

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Selection and Acquisition of E-resource Collection in Selected Libraries of R&D Institutions in Kolkata city: A Survey of Current Practices

The study evaluates various aspects of current practices of selection and acquisition of e-resources in selected libraries of R & D institutions in Kolkata city. Selection of information resources is the core collection development function and the objective is to satisfy user needs. The study highlights the responsible authority, method, criteria, availability and mode of […]

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Collection Development in the Abode of Bard: Visva-Bharati University Library Collection Development at a Glance

The following article is based on acquisition procedure, collection development as well as rare collection of noble laureate Rabindranath Tagore ‘s dream and world renowned University Visva –Bharati .The statistics of collection development of Visva Bharati of last two years has been included for a lucid understanding of the subject. The vivid and various collections […]

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