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Job Satisfaction and Expectations of LIS Professionals in India: A study

Psychological aspects are always playing vital roles in any field of work. Being a service sector, the satisfaction level of Library and Information professionals has a direct impact on the services which are rendered to users. In the purview of this aspect, authors have tried to assess the level job satisfaction and expectations of Library […]

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Impact of Electronic Information Resources on Users of Social Science Departments in Gulbarga University

The purpose of this paper is to describe the impact of electronic Information resources on user of social science in Gulbarga University. A questionnaire was used to find the answer of questions about the awareness and usage of e resources among user, to identify the level of satisfaction, to measure the impact of electronic resources […]

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Information Literacy Search Skills of Students in Five Selected Engineering Colleges in Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh: A Perspective

The study investigated the knowledge of information literacy and search skills of students in five selected Engineering Colleges in chittoor district, Andhra pradesh. It also examined students’ ability to distinguish diverse information sources as well as assess the effectiveness of information literacy programmes of engineering colleges. The sample consists of 275 respondents drawn proportionately from a population of […]

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