Definition According to, Shutt, Craig A Swot Analysis is strategic planning tool used to evaluate the strategic, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats involved in a project or in a business venture. A Swot analysis, usually performed early in the project development process, helps organization evaluate the environmental factors and internal situation facing a project.
SWOT in detail Internal Strengths A strong Enrolment Qualified Staff Enthusiastic Management Team Relevant Learning Programmes
SWOT in detail Internal Weaknesses
High average age of staff.
Long process for Appointing New Staff.
Lack of Infrastruetral Facilities.
SWOT in detail External Opportunities Excitement of Establishing a New Institution Government scheme Opportunity to enlarge staff expertise
SWOT in detail External Threats Loss of identity, Reputation Risk of loosing experienced staff The other institution may be dominant
SWOT ANALYSIS S Strength W Weaknesses O Opportunities T Threats
S W O T Strength and Weaknesses Opportunities and Threats Strength and Threats Weakness and Opportunities
STRENGTH Support of Management Supportive staff Individual space for books Good management comity Reading room Direction for user User New Technology
WEAKNESSES Shortage of Space Trained Staff Lack of Infrastrchre Lack of Information Technology
Opportunities Government scheme Opportunities through NACC comity Self Evaluation Opportunities From UGC For Research project Increase Library Reputation
THREATES Universities changing schemes Lack of Funding