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  • Presentation byDr. Chandrakanta SwainMs. Ekta JainMr. Praveen Kujur*Library: Your LearningResource Centre
  • *Objectives*to support the learning process of the studentsthrough provision of knowledge.*to meet information needs of the faculty to supporttheir teaching and consultancy activities*to meet the information needs of the faculty andresearch personnel to support their researchactivities.*to respond effectively, where possible, to theknowledge/information needs of the Institute’sclient system
  • *Learning Resources*Books - The library has successfully built up acomprehensive collection of around 6000 bookscovering different branches of knowledge within ashort span of time. Besides, there are also morethan 70,000 books are available in electronic formcovering varied subjects.*Journals - There are more than 13,000 electronicjournals available in full-text through the onlineresources subscribed by the library.*Magazines and Newspapers - The library subscribesto 30 magazines and 18 newspapers to cater to theneeds of the students and academic community.
  • *E-JournalsEBSCO Business Source Complete http://search.ebscohost.comProquest ABI/Inform Complete http://search.proquest.comEmerald Management Extra http://emeraldinsight.comElsevier’s Science Direct http://www.sciencedirect.comInforms Pubsuite http://journals.informs.orgSage Humanities and Social Science http://online.sagepub.comOxford Journals http://www.oxfordjournals.orgMacmillan Online Dictionary ofEconomicshttp://www.dictionaryofeconomics.comEBSCO Econolit Full Text
  • *E-DatabasesCapitaline http://www.capitaline.comInsight http://insight.dionglobal.inFT.Com http://www.ft.comIndiastat.Com www.indiastat.comCrisil Research www.crisilresearch.comEuromonitor - Prowess IntranetCMIE -Capex http://capex.cmie.comCMIE -Economic Outlook(BusinessBeacon)http://economicoutlook.cmie.comCMIE - Industry Analysis service Intranet
  • *Services* Reference Services* Circulation* Fully automated Library Operation* Inter library Loan Facilities* Current Awareness Services* Information Alert Services* Selective Dissemination of Information Services* Web based Digital Library Services* Offline Search Services* User Awareness Programs* Authentication Testing of In house publications* Book Display* Photocopy Services
  • *Timing*Library opens from 7A.M. to 10.30 P. M. on allworking days and from 9.30 A.M to 5.30 P.M onSundays and holidays. Digital Library isavailable for Round the Clock.
  • *Rules and Regulations* The Library follows an open access system.* Books or other materials taken from the stacks should not be re-shelved by thereaders but should be left on the tables reserved for this purpose. Please rememberthat a book misplaced is a book lost.* While entering the library, readers should leave their personal belongings, such asbags, brief-cases, personal books, and parcels near the counter reserved for thispurpose. However, they can carry loose papers and note books.* Readers leaving the library should allow the library/security staff to examine theirpersonal belongings.* Readers should maintain peace in the library and should not disturb other users inany way.* Smoking is strictly prohibited.* Readers should not deface, mark, cut, mutilate or damage library material in anyway. If anyone is found doing so, he will be charged the full replacement cost of thematerial.* Research Scholars registered for Ph.D. of other institutions and Universities wouldbe permitted for a limited period but not more than 15 days at a time against Ph.D.registration letter from the University.* Issue and Return : The borrower may return or renew the book on or before the duedate.
  • *Rules and Regulations* The library can recall material after two weeks of issue.Materials to be replaced on reserve can be recalled any time.* If a book is not returned to the library when due, the borrowerwill be fined Re.5/- per day per volume. For books available forovernight borrowing only, the overdue fine will be Rs.5/- perhour. Overdue fines can be paid in cash at the counter. Thelibrary can refuse to issue books to a borrower having overduebooks.* A borrower going on leave with or without salary, deputation,study leave, or extra-ordinary leave will have to return allborrowed material before leaving Raipur.* Loss of borrowed material must be immediately reported inwriting. The replacement charge (double the current price) forlost material, will also include overdue charges if applicable.
  • *Borrowing EntitlementCategory Borrowing PeriodFaculty Unlimited for 90 daysPGP/PGP WE Students 5 books for 14 daysFPM/EFPM Students 7 books for 30 days
  • *Inform’s Pubsuite*INFORMS- Institute for Operations Researchand Management Sciences, is the largestprofessional society in the world forprofessionals in the field of OperationsResearch (O.R.).*INFORMS Pubs Suite offers institutions accessto the entire 12-journals through online only.*The Pubs Suite subscription provides thecomplete content for the current year plusonline access to backfile issues from 1998.
  • * EBSCO Business Source Complete* This is the worlds definitive scholarly business database,providing the leading collection of bibliographic and full textcontent of more than 5000 journals.* As part of the comprehensive coverage offered by this database,indexing and abstracts for the most important scholarly businessjournals back as far as 1886 are included.* In addition to the searchable cited references provided for morethan 1,300 journals, Business Source Complete contains detailedauthor profiles for the 40,000 most-cited authors in thedatabase.* Journal ranking studies reveal that Business Source Complete isthe overwhelmingly superior database for full text journals in alldisciplines of business, including marketing, management, MIS,POM, accounting, finance, and economics. Additional full textcontent includes financial data, books, monographs, majorreference works, book digests, conference proceedings, casestudies, investment research reports, industry reports, marketresearch reports, country reports, company profiles, SWOTanalyses, faculty seminars (videos), and more.
  • *EBSCO Econlit Full Text*EconLit with Full Text is a reliable source ofcitations and abstracts to economic researchdating back to 1969. This resource provideslinks to full-text articles in all fields ofeconomics, including capital markets, countrystudies, econometrics, economic forecasting,environmental economics, governmentregulations, labor economics, monetary theory,urban economics and much more
  • *Emerald Management Extra*Emerald Management Xtra is a combination ofEmerald Full text database and Managementreviews from leading 300 worlds best management& business Journals. It provide access to fulltext of200 journals.* It has access to over 85,000 full text managementarticles of the highest calibre. Its value addedfeatures include: Case study collection, Book reviewcollection, Literature reviews, Guru Interviews &Key management readings
  • *Oxford Management Journals*Oxford University Press (OUP) publishes thehighest quality journals and delivers thisresearch to the widest possible audience. Weachieve this by working closely with our societypartners, authors, and subscribers in order toprovide them with publishing services thatsupport their research needs.
  • *Proquest ABI/Inform Complete* ABI/Inform is a world renowned database of full text journalson business, economy and management, providing acomprehensive coverage on various micro as well as macroeconomic aspects of various economies of the world.* It covers nearly 6,800 journals in business, management andsocial sciences with around 5,440 of them in full-text.* ABI/INFORM provides fast, easy access to information onalmost 2,00,000 companies with coverage from at least 1992forward and with backfile coverage to 1923.* Among new sources added to ABI Inform includes EIUNewswire, Going Global Career Guides, etc.* It includes Publications from world famous publishers likeSage, Kluwer, Macmillan, Oxford University Press, Wiley,Emerald, MIT Sloan, Springer, Blackwell, Taylor & Francis,etc.
  • * MacMillian Online Dictionary of Economics*The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics, edited byJohn Eatwell, Murray Milgate and Peter Newman, waspublished in 1987 to international acclaim. The secondedition was released in the year 2008.*The new edition retains the inspiring tradition ofbringing together the worlds most influentialeconomists writing in their own voice in their areas ofexpertise.*The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics is a dynamic,updated resource serving the information needs of anew generation of economists.
  • * Sage Humanities and Social Science*SAGE Publications is an independentinternational publisher of journals, books, andelectronic media.* Sage is Known for their commitment to qualityand innovation.*They are the world leader in scholarly,educational, and professional publishingindustry.
  • *Elsevier’s Science Direct*Science Direct is a leading full-text scientificdatabase offering journal articles and bookchapters from more than 2,500 peer-reviewedjournals and more than 11,000 books.*IIM Raipur Subscribes all journals published byElsevier on Business Management, Accounting,Economics, Econometrics, Finance, DecisionSciences and Computer Sciences.
  • *CAPITALINE*CAPITALINE is corporate database of Indiancompanies which contains extensive data onCompany such as Bio-data, Collaborators, ExpansionPlans, Shareholding Patterns, 10-year Profit & Loss,Balance Sheet, Schedules & Notes to Account, FundFlows, Financial Ratios (in all 650 finance fields percompany which cover almost 98% of any annualreport).* It also covers full text of Directors Reports,Auditors Report, and extensive news clippings ofcompanies.
  • *Insight*The Insight database is the most advancedResearch and Analysis tool on Indian Economy &Corporate World.* It offers instant and accurate information oncorporate fundamentals of 8000 + listed companiesand unlisted companies and PSUs over the past 24years, financial information on corporates, which isclassified into more than 260 industrial sectors withcomplete break up.*It also provides single window access to 35000annual reports and prospectus of companies datingback to 1995.
  • *Indiastat.com*Indiastat is the authentic source for Indianstatistics collected from the best sources forinformation and statistics on India. Within hugedatabase, user can easily surf through half-a-million pages that contain socio-economicstatistical data and useful information on India.
  • *Euromonitor* Euromonitor International Ltd is a privately owned, London-based market intelligence firm, providing market research, businessintelligence reports, and data to industry. The firm was founded in1972. Euromonitors website states the firm currently employs morethan 1,000 analysts and consultants globally, who source marketinformation in 80 countries, producing consumer industry marketreports, reference books, company profiles, current market data, andmarket forecasts.* Euromonitors research and consulting unit offers competitorintelligence, market and trends analysis, mergers and acquisitionsresearch, and statistical data analysis and modelling in a range ofindustries ranging from consumer goods to travel services. Informationis compiled from a variety of sources including national statisticaloffices, private industry, trade associations and Euromonitors ownprimary research
  • *CMIE –CapEx*CapEx is a unique database that provides up-to-dateinformation on new investment projects on hand inthe country.*Ait also provides data on new and on goinginvestment activities in India. It includes projects inthe mining, manufacturing, electricity andinfrastructure sectors. Currently the databaseincludes about 12,000 projects, which are classifiedby industry, ownership, status of implementation,type of investments, etc.*It is the most comprehensive compilation on thesubject that includes Merger and Acquisition activitiesof un-listed companies also.
  • *CMIE-Prowess* Prowess is a database of over 10,000 Indian companies. Itcontains detailed normalised data culled from the auditedannual accounts, stock exchanges, company announcements,etc. It has over ten years of time-series and is updated withthe latest data on a daily basis.* This database provides detail information on around 10000Indian companies which includes financial statements, ratioanalysis, funds flows, product profiles, returns and risks onthe stock markets, etc.* Prowess reports are based on a carefully normalizeddatabase. Application areas include credit evaluation,security analysis, industry analysis, bench-marking,evaluation of competition, feasibility studies, consulting,journalism and research.
  • * CMIE - Industry Analysis Service*Industry Analysis Service provides an incisiveanalysis of about 100 industries, every month.It contains forecasts and provides a detailedtime-series database on the industries of India.
  • * CMIE-Economic Outlook(Business Beacon)*Business Beacon is a database of economicindicator with long time series data. You needto configure your PC to access this database
  • *CRISIL Research*CRISIL Research is the country’s largestindependent and integrated research housewith strong domain expertise on Indianeconomy, industries and capital markets.* The major strength of this database isresearch reports, analytical tools, subscriptionproducts and customised solutions.
  • *E-Books*E-brary offers e-books from trusted publishersin all academic subject areas along withpowerful research tools withAcademic Complete.
  • APA Swain, D. K. (2010). Students keennesson use of e-resources. Electronic Library,The, 28(4), 580-591.MLA Swain, Dillip K. "Students keenness on useof e-resources." Electronic Library, The 28.4(2010): 580-591.Chicago Swain, Dillip K. "Students keenness on use ofe-resources." Electronic Library, The 28, no. 4(2010): 580-591.Harvard Swain, D. K.(2007), “Students’ keenness : abibliometric study”,The Electronic LibraryVol.12 No.1, pp.23-33.Reference Style(Journal Article)
  • *Reference Style (Book)
  • *Plagiarism Test:Turnitin*Turnitin is an Internet -based plagiarism-preventionservice created by iParadigms, The results can beused to identify similarities to existing sources orcan be used in formative assessment to helpstudents learn how to avoid plagiarism and improvetheir writing.
  • *Future Plan*Fully Automated Library Services*RFID application in Library Services*Institutional/Digital Repository*Remote authentication*Discovery Service*Citation Management
  • *Your SuggestionsCounts for Us*We need suggestions from the users for thedevelopment of Library system at IIM Raipur.You are always welcome to offer any suggestionfor improvement about library, its resources,services and facilities.
  • *User Assistance*All the Library Staff are available for anyassistance. You may take their help in usinglibrary resources, facilities and services.*You may also contact me