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1. 1. Presentation“ST E L VE SE INAR ON AT E L M SE / T T NE ” By Mr. S.R. Nagarkar M.A., M. Lib.& I. Sc., M.Phil., SET, NET, Ph.D.(Regd. Shivaji Uni.) (Librarian) Amdar Shashikant Shinde Mahavidyalay,Medha Cell no.9096572888 E-mail- nagarkarsr@gmail.com
2. 2. Objectives 1.To know about SET/NET. 2.To understand the content of Unit no.X SET/ NET Syllabus. 3.To understand the Plan & strategies of study for NET/SET. 4.To solve some examples related to NET/SET Library & Information Science. 5.Conclusion
3. 3. Result NET criteria Step I: Minimum marks to be obtained in NET for considering a candidate for the award of JRF and eligibility for lectureship: The candidates are required to obtain following minimum marks separately in Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-III as given below: CATEGORY Minimum Marks (%) to be obtained PAPER – I PAPER – II PAPER– III GENERAL 40 (40%) 40 (40%) 75 (50 %) OBC(Non-creamy layer) 35 (35%) 35 (35%) 67.5 (45 %) rounded off to 68 PWD/SC/ST 35 (35%) 35 (35%) 60 (40 %) Step II: Amongst those candidates who have cleared step I, a merit list will be prepared subject-wise and category-wise using the aggregate marks of all the three papers secured by such candidates. Step III: Top 15% candidates (for each subject and category), from the merit list mentioned under step II, will be declared NET qualified for eligibility for lectureship only. Step IV: A separate merit list for the award of JRF will be prepared from amongst the NET qualified candidates figuring in the merit list prepared under step III.
4. 4. Reference books Periodicals Books JournalsMail alerts ( RSS Feeds) Conference Proceedings SET NET Material for Question Papers Library & Information Science Group Discussion New Articles Current news & Media Use of Internet Conference Theme Websites
5. 5. Useful WebsitesUGC-NET EXAMPUNE UNIVERSITY -SETKARANATAKA -SLETINFOLIBRARIANwww.netugc.comE-Journals in LISAnnals of Library & Information ScienceLibrary Hi-Tech NewsLibrary Philosophy & PracticeThe International Information & Library ReviewDESIDOC Bulletin of Information Technologyज्ञानगगौत्री -- यशवतराव चवहाण मुकिवदािपठ  ं ंReference LinksWikipediaEncyclopedia of BritannicaOxford DictionaryINFLIBNETDigital Library of IndiaDRTC, BangaloreUGC / NAACTata McGraw-Hill / Oxford University Press IndiaDELNETLibrary of Congress / IFLALibrary and Information Science Blogs in India
6. 6. Important Books for SET NET LIS 1.  ग्रंथालय व मािहतीशास-Granthalay wa Mahitishastra by Tanaji Kamble - Phadke Prakashan, 2. Net-Studies in Library and Information Science by Khalid Kamal Faruqi, Mehtab Alam 3. Truman Series Book for L&IS NET by Danika Publication. 4. IGNOU BLIS & MLISc Study Material 5. YCMOU BLIS & MLISc Study Material 6. R Guptas master guide ugc net set by ramesh publishing 7. sm tripathi,c lal pub- ess ess publishers 8. Download the old question papers 9. 10 sets of book written by psg kumar for BLIS+MLIS sly 10. Library and Information Science: UGC NET/SET Exam written by D.K. Pandey 11.UGC NET Library and Information Science Ramesh Publication House 12.NET objective Question Bank for LIS paper II- A. A. N. Raju 13.NET Descriptive Type of LIS Paper III – C.Lal & K.Kumar
7. 7. IMP Website for LIS SET/NET
8. 8. UNIT-XTypes of Libraries-National, Public,Academic and Special Objectives,Structure and FunctionsDigital Libraries-ConceptVirtual Libraries-ConceptTypes of users, User studies, usereducationRole of UGC in the growth anddevelopment of libraries andinformation centres in institutionsof higher education in IndiaRole of Raja Rammohan Roy LibraryFoundation (RRLF)
9. 9. Types of Libraries-National, Public, Academic and Special Objectives, Structure and Functions National Library- a library established and funded by a national government with the designation national, to serve the needs of this government, often to function as a library of record for the nations publishing output, and in some cases to act as a central agency for library and bibliographic development in the nation.Functions of a National Library –1.Collection Development –2.National Bibliography-3.Indexing and Abstracting –4.Readears services-5.National Library of India-a. Organization/Management-b. Departments and Staffc. Material Collectiond. Functions and Services
10. 10.  The National Library, India is the largest library in the country. It is an institution of national importance under the Ministry of Culture, Government of India. The library is designated to collect, disseminate and preserve the printed material produced in the country. The library is situated on a scenic 30 acres Belvedere Estate, in Kolkata (formerly Calcutta). Aims of the National Library, India 1. Acquisition and conservation of all significant national production of printed material, excluding ephemera. 2. Collection of printed material concerning the country, no matter where it is published, and as a corollary, the acquisition of photographic records of such material that is not available with in the country 3. Acquisition and conservation of foreign material required by the country. 4. Rendering of bibliographical and documents services of current and retrospective material, both general and specialized. 5. Acting as a referral centre purveying full and accurate knowledge
11. 11. Calcutta Public Library (CPL) Calcutta Public Library was established in 1836. It was not a Government institution. It ran on a proprietary basis. Any subscriber paying Rs 300 at one time or in three instalments was considered a proprietor. Poor students and others were allowed to use the library free of charge for a specified period of time. The then Governor General, Lord Metcalf transferred 4,675 volumes from the library of the College of Fort William to the Calcutta Public Library. These volumes and donations of books from individuals formed the nucleus of the library. Dwarkanath Tagore was the first proprietor of Calcutta Public Library. Both Indian and foreign books, especially from Britain, were purchased for the library. In the report of 1850 we find that the library has started collecting books in Gujarati, Marathi, Pali, Simhalese and Punjabi. Donations were regularly received from individuals and from the Government of Bengal and North Western Provinces. Calcutta Public Library had a unique position as the first public library in this part of the country. Such a tidy and efficiently run library was rare even in Europe during the first half of the nineteenth century. Thanks to the efforts of the proprietors of Calcutta Public Library, the National Library has many rare books and journals in its collection.
12. 12. The Imperial Library . The Imperial Library was founded in 1891 by combining a number of Secretariat libraries. Of these, the most important and interesting was the library of the Home Department, which contained many books formerly belonging to the libraries of East India College, Fort William, and the East India Board in London. But the use of the library was restricted to the superior officers of the Government.
13. 13. Amalgamation of CPL and Imperial Library Lord Curzon, Governor General of India in the early years of the twentieth century, is usually credited with the idea of opening a library in Kolkata for public use. He found that the Imperial Library and Calcutta Public Library were not being used as expected because of limited access and lack of amenities. He decided to merge the collection of Calcutta Public Library with that of the Imperial Library, subject to certain terms. The new library, called Imperial Library, was formally opened to the public on 30 January 1903 at Metcalf Hall, Kolkata. The aims and objectives of the Imperial Library were well defined in a Notification in the Gazette of India: ‘It is intended that it should be a library of reference, a working place for students and a repository of material for the future historians of India, in which, so far as possible, every work written about India, at any time, can be seen and read.’ John Macfarlane, Assistant Librarian of the British Museum, London, was appointed the first Librarian of the Imperial Library. After his death, the polyglot scholar Harinath De took over the charge of the library. J. A. Chapman succeeded him in 1911. During Chapman’s term, the library experienced remarkable growth and improvement. After his retirement, Khan Bahadur M.A. Asadulla was appointed librarian and he continued in office till July 1947.
14. 14. From the Imperial Library to theNational Library After Independence the Government of India changed the name of the Imperial Library to the National Library, with the enactment of the Imperial Library (Change of Name) Act, 1948, and the collection was shifted from the Esplanade to the present Belvedere Estate. On 1 February 1953, the National Library was opened to the public, inaugurated by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. B. S. Kesavan was appointed the first Librarian of the National Library.
15. 15. List of Directors and Librarians Librarians 1. Mr. John Macfarlane 1901-1906 2. Mr. Hari Nath De 1907- 1911 3. Mr. J. A. Chapman 1911-1930 4. Mr. K.M. Asadulla 1930-1947 5. Mr. B.S. Kesavan 1948-1963, 1970-1971 6. Mr. Y. M. Mulay 1963-1967 7. Mr. D.R. Kalia 1967-1970 8. Prof. T. K. Srinivasa Iyangar 1980-1980 9. Smt. Kalpana Dasgupta 1983-1995 10. Mr. T.A.V. Murthy 1986-1987 11. Dr. R. Ramachandran 2001 - 12. Shri H.P. Gedam 2006 – Directors 1. Dr. R. K. Dasgupta 1977-1980 2. Prof. Ashin Dasgupta 1984-1990 3. Dr. D. N. Banerjee 1992-1997 4. Dr. Ramanuj Bhattacharjee 1987, 1998 5. Mr. Harjit Singh 1998 6. Mr. A. R. Bandyopadhyay 1998-2000 7. Dr. Shyamalkanti Chakravarti 2001-2003 8. Dr. Ramanuj Bhattacharjee 2003-2004 9. Sri K. K. Banerjee 2004 10. Prof. Sudhendu Mandal 2004-2007 11. Dr. R. Ramachandran 2007-2008 12. Shri K.K. Banerjee 2008- 2010 13. Prof. S.Chakravorty 2010-2011 Jan. Director General 1. Prof. Swapan Chakravorty 2011 Jan-
16. 16.  Library of Congress : A National Library of America-Organization and Mangement-Functions and Services-1. Collection Development2. Processing Standard3. Departmental Service4. National Library Activities5. Computerized Services
17. 17.  MEDLINE a public domain database, It’s contains journal citations and abstracts forbiomedical literature from around the world. (Pubmed.com) free access, published by NLM National Library of Medicine US. INB Published by -National library of India Kolkatta Who was the chairman of National Library Committee of India. B.S. Jha
18. 18.  The imperial library culcuta( Now known as National Library of India started full time diploma courses librarianship in year 1935) The National Library of India was declared to open to public on 1st. February, 1953 by Moulana Abdul Kalam Azad. National Library week in India is being Celebrated annually since 1968. The national Library of Indian a critical Study Writen by D.S.Kesavan.
19. 19.  On which year imperial library change the name as National library of India 1948 National Library is on 1836 Which classification schemes used the national Library of India ? DDC 22nd In 1948 Imperial Library Calcutta declared as National Library of India by then Education Minister of India Moulana Abulkalam Azad.
20. 20. Public Library- What is public library- a nonprofit library established for the use of the general public and maintained chiefly by public funds. UNESCO in 1949 which was later revised in 1972Unesco Manifesto Def- of Public Library-P L is financed for the most part out of public funds.PL is it charges no fees from users and yet is open for full use by the public .PL is for various public groups on social,political,economical,cultural and other matters.
21. 21. Functions of public libray- 1.Access to tools of information and education 2.As an Instrument of Informal Self Education 3.Promotion of Cultural and Social Activities. 4.Preservation of Local Cultural Materials 5.Development of Understanding users need. 6.Strengthning of Democratic Spirit.
22. 22.  Delhi public library was established in 1951 FireFly: FireFly is a Complete Public Library system. It is being written in Python, Perl,with all data being stored in XML. The driving force behind this project is to give public libraries a Free-Software set to run and maintain library systems. Delhi public library inaugurated by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in 1951. UNESCO public library manifesto published in 1972.
23. 23.  Hawnt committee deals with the public library service in north Ireland. Madras public Library Act enacted 1948. cameand force on 1 April 1950. In 1951 Delhi Public Library was established by UNESCO’s Public Library Pilot Project Delivery of Books Public Library Act was enacted in May 21st, 1954, Public Library and Museum Act-1964 Boston Public Library Act-1848 Connemara Public Library 1890 Khuda Baksha Oriental Public Library 1891 Sarasvati Mahal Library 1918 (Became public Library) Sir Sayaji Rao Gaekward III established Public Library. A remarkable feature of Mysore Public library Act, 1965 is the provision of library service to BLIND
24. 24.  The model public library in India is Delhi Public Library. The Public library “ for the People, of the people and by the people”. The first model public library act was prepared by Dr. S.R. Raganathan in 1930 and its revived in 1957& 1972. UNESCO assisted Model Public Library in India is located at (Delhi) “Internet Public Library” is being maintained by ANS: Drexal University
25. 25.  Arrange the following Public Library Acts according to their year of enactment :ANS : Gujarat PL Act, Orissa PL Act, Uttar Pradesh PL Act, Arunachal Pradesh PL Act. The Madras Public Library Act was enacted in the year Ans - (A) 1962 (B) 1946 (C) 1948 (D) 1947 Calcutta Public Library was established during 19 th Century in 1836.
26. 26. Academic Library- Academic Lirbary- School Lirbary,Highschool Lirbary,College Lirbary,University Lirbary. Objectives and Functions of Uni. Lirbary- 1.Development of Collection- 2.Technical Processing and Organization- 3.Services-library services, CAS,Bibliographic Services,Condenstioan Services,Reprographic Services,Specialised Services.
27. 27. Agencies which contributed in thedevelopment of academic librariaes in INdia 1.Hunter commission – 1882 2.Indian University Commission -1902 3.Saddler Commission-1917 4.Radhakrishanan Committee-1948 5.Secondary Education Commission-1953 6.Unversity Grants Commission-1953 7.Ranganathan Committee-1957 8.Advisory Committee-1958 9.Kothari Commission-1964 10.New Educational Policy-1986
28. 28. National Libraries of the worlds 1) State Lenin Library, Moscow 1862 2) National Library of India- 1835 3) Bibliothec Nationale, Pris (National Library, France) 1440 4) National Diet Library, Japan 1948 5) National Library, Germany 1912 6) Library of Congress, USA 1800
29. 29.  National Library and Established Year 1. Rampur Raza Library, Uttar Pradesh 1774 2. Connemara Public Library 1890 3. Khuda Baksha Oriental Public Library 1891 4. Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Pune 1917 5. Sarasvati Mahal Library 1918 (Became public Library) 6. National Medical Library, New Delhi 1947 (became NML on 1st April 1966.) 7. Delhi Public Library 1951 8. DRTC, Bangalore 1962 9. Raja Ram Mohan Roy Library Foundation 1972
30. 30.  The Indian Library Review is being launched by the National Library, Kolkata, to serve the interests of Indian libraries and librarians. In August 2011. National Library of Congress uses AACR-I code to catalogue its books. First Librarian Of The India’s National Library – B.S.Kesavan In India, the ‘‘National Library week’’ is observed during the month of (A) August (B) November (C) July (D) December
31. 31. Academic Library Objectives -1.Objective of DP Rayichoudhwary Committee is toimprove Academic library.2.Wheat loan programme was associated with whichlibraries? Academic library3.Joint Academic Network (JANET): The JANET wasinaugurated on 1st April 1984. It uses the Science and Engineering Research CouncilNetwork (SERCNET) UK.4.Microsoft Academic Search is a free service developed byMicrosoft Research to help scholars, scientists, students, andpractitioners quickly and easily find academic content,researchers, institutions, and activities.5.The perry committee report is concerned with AcademicLibraries
32. 32.  Research Gate is Academic Networking site ( Social Networking)URL http://researchgate.net/Type of site Social network service for scientistsOwner ResearchGateCreated by Ijad Madisch, Sören Hofmayer, Horst FickenscherLaunched May 2008
33. 33. The Renardus academic subjectgateway service in Europe was launched in April2002.Education and Research Network (ERNET) waslaunched by the Department of Education(DOE), Govt. of India in late 1986 with financialassistance from United Nationals DevelopmentProgramme (UNDP) to provide academic andresearch institutions with electronic mailfacilities. It is currently used by DSIR Labs,research centers and academic institutions.
34. 34. Special Library- The special libraries serve as information center for special type of the users , the information requirements of users are of specialized nature. Eg- 1.Libraries for blind,children or hospital paitents. 2.Library of Film,Video Cassettes or Manuscripts 3.Libray of IIT 4.Libray of Indian Inst. Of Forest Management, Bhopal 5.Library of Indian inst. Of Petrolium,Deharadun.
35. 35.  Special Library: The libraries that are run by private businesses and public organizations, including hospitals, museums, research laboratories, law firms, and many government departments and agencies, fall into this category. Branches of a large academic or research libraries dealing with particular subjects are also usually called "special libraries": they are generally associated with one or more academic departments. a) Definition: The special library is concerned with the literature of a particular subject or group of subjects. According to R. Astall, “special libraries serve a specialist clientele, located within a single establishment or group, and all engaged in working towards one common purpose”. The Association of Special Libraries and Information Bureau (ASLIB) defined special library as “a department/ faculty responsible for the acquisition, indexing, and distribution (dissemination) of recorded knowledge directly concerned with the work of a specialized organization or a special group of users”. In simple, a special library exists as a service unit within an organization having non-library objectives. Special libraries may be designated in different ways such as scientific library, technical library, etc. It may also be designated by subject as agriculture library, medical library, etc in relation to its parent institution as research organization, government agency and similar others.
36. 36.  Objectives: The objectives of the special library in general are determined by those of the parent organizations which established it. Mainly it is “putting knowledge to work” and it exists to serve its parent organization. Therefore the aim of a special library is to further the interests of its parent body by means of the following- i) Provides information service, which enable the members of the organization to keep track of the significant developments in their field of interest; ii) The librarian searches literature exhaustively and brings it to the notice of the organization; iii) Provides information pin pointedly, exhaustively and promptly, thereby saving time of the users; iv) Provides inspiration and stimulation to users by means of balanced collections and fine services.
37. 37. Digital Libraries-Concept :- Digital Library services are fully automated and all resources are in digital form. Digital libraries are electronic libraries in which large number of geographical distributed user can access of electronic object. The digital information collections may include digital books, digital scanned images, graphics, textual and numeric data, designed films ,audio, and video clips, etc. a digital library is expected to provide access to the digital information collections.
38. 38. Factors responsible for emergence ofdigital library - 1.Computer literate user demand on digital form. 2.Library budget is not more to provide hard copy journals titles. 3.any time available 4.every where available Multi use and multi task available
39. 39. Functions of Digital library - Provide access to very large information collection. Support multimedia content Network accessible Provide user-friendly interface. Use in hypertext and hypermedia Support advanced search and retrieval Information is available for very long time.
40. 40.  The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) has set-up the "Indian National Digital Library in Engineering Sciences and Technology (INDEST) Consortium. Library Management Digital Library Software Operating Systems :- 2. WINISIS Distributed in 1995, Version 1.31 launched in November 1998. 3. GREENSTONE 1997 4. SOUL 2000 5. KOHA 2000 6. EPRINTS 2000 7. DSPACE 2002 8. NEWGENLIB 2007
41. 41.  ERIC Education Resources Information Center, is the worlds largest digital library of education literature CiteSeerx is an evolving scientific literature digital library and search engine that focuses primarily on the literature in computer and information science. DLF: Digital Library Federation. GSDL: Green Stone Digital Library software.
42. 42. Virtual Libraries-Concept These are the libraries without resources but resources simply may be a collection of web sources. No physical presence of books, periodicals, readings space or support staff, but disseminates information directly to the distributed users, usually electronically. In virtual library Multimedia is now largely used in the virtual environment to enhance the user believability ,so that the user can feel like a real life situation. The multimedia virtual environment is being used in libraries for providing resources to the users. Eg.FULS – Florida University Library System. VLIB Time Berners-Lee set up a Virtual Library in 1992
43. 43. Difference between E-Lirbary andVirtual library -
44. 44. Types of users, User studies, user education Types of Users- 1.Students 2.Tearchers 3.Researchers 4.Scientists 5.Organizational staff 6.lawares,Doctors,humans in society. User Education- means study of use and user study. Use study- Library User Study – User
45. 45. Role of UGC in the growth and development of libraries and information centres ininstitutions of higher education in India  In India the UGC was established in December 1953 and was made a statutorybody in November 1956 by an Act of the Parliament to maintain the standard of higher education in India.  The UGC has been functioning as an autonomous advisory organization since its inception. It has much wider functions to perform than its literal meaning suggests i.e. disbursing of grants to universities
46. 46. Review Committee on LibraryScience (1961) On the recommendation of the UGC Library Committee of 1957, a Review Committee on Library Science was appointed in 1961 under the Chairmanship of Dr.S.R.Ranganathan. Other members of the Committee were Dr.C.P.Shukla, K.A.Isaac, S.Bashiruddin, P.N.Kaula, B.S.Keshavan, Dr.J.S.Sharma and Professor S.Das Gupta, with Dr.P.J.Philip as the Secretary.
47. 47. The Library Committee (1957) After the establishment of the UGC by the Act of Parliament in 1956, Dr. C.D.Deshmukh, its first Chairman, while drawing an analogy between a university and the human body, remarked that the students form the body of the university, the administration is the head, the teachers are the soul and the library is the heart.
48. 48. Education Commission (1964-66) In spite of the liberal grants given to the universities by UGC for the development of libraries, following the recommendations of Radhakrishnan Commission, the condition of the university libraries was far from satisfactory. The universities did not allocate enough funds for the development of their libraries and library services. In July 1964, the Government of India appointed Education Commission under the Chairmanship of Prof.D.S.Kothari to evaluate the education system as well as the libraries. This Commission is known as Kothari Commission (1964-66). The Commission stated in the final report.
49. 49. Mehrotra Committee (1983)The UGC appointed a Committee on December 24, 1983 under the Chairmanship of Professor R.C.Mehrotra, Emeritus Professor, Rajasthan University, Jaipur toconsider the revision of pay scales, career/professional development and service conditions of teachers in the universities and colleges. In October 1985, the UGC in consultation with the Government of India, requested the Mehrotra Committee to consider the revision of pay scales of Librarians and directors of Physical Education too. The Committee submitted the report on revision of pay scales ofLibrarians to the UGC on September 3, 1986.
50. 50. Committee on National Network Systemfor Universities /Libraries (1988) The Planning Commission had set up a Working Group on Modernisation of Library Services and Informatics for the Seventh Five Year Plan (1985-90) under the Chairmanship of Dr.N.Seshagiri, Additional Secretary, and Department of Electronics. The Working Group suggested developing a computer network interlinking all special libraries in India by 2000 A.D.
51. 51. Curriculum Development Committee onLibrary and Information Science (1990-93) In September 1990, the Curriculum Development Committee (CDC) on Library and Information Science (LIS) was on stituted on the recommendation of the UGC Panel on Library and Information Science to modernize the curriculum of LIS courses. The members of the Committee were Prof P.N.Kaula, Prof. S.G.Mahajan, Prof.(Ms.)A.K.Anand, Dr.P.K.Mahapatra, Dr.I.K.Ravi Chandra Rao, Prof. & Head, Department of Library Science of Aligarh Muslim University or his representative, and Dr.O.P.Gupta of the UGC.
52. 52. Rastogi Committee (1997- 1998)The UGC appointed a Committee in 1997 under the Chairmanship of Prof.R.P.Rastogi to consider the revision of pay scales and career advancement of the academic staff of the universities and colleges. On the recommendations of the Rastogi Committee, the Ministry of Human Resource Development announced the revised pay scales of the teachers, librarians and physical instructors vide its letter No. 1-22/97-U.1 dated July 27, 1998. The Ministry issued subsequent clarifications vide its notification No. 1-22/97-U.1 dated March 24, 1999 while retaining parity of pay scales of librarians with teachers, it withdrew the parity in terms of career advancement, re-employment or extension of service and fixation of pay scales
53. 53. Curriculum Development Committee (1997-2001) The UGC constituted Subject Panels in different disciplines, including for Library and Information Science (LIS) courses vide its letter No. F.2-13/97 dated April 2, 1997 with Prof.C.R.Karisidappa as its convener to formulate model curriculum and prepare the status report with modifications of existing guidelines where necessary. The Panel of LIS had its first meeting in Karnataka University, Dharwad on March 10-11, 1998, after the meeting of conveners of all disciplines with Dr. Hari Gautam, Chairman, UGC on July 24, 1997. The plan for preparing the Status Report and Model Syllabus in LIS was discussed in a couple of meetings of the Panel.
54. 54. IMPORTANT PROGRAMMES OF THE UGC FORDEVELOPING ACADEMIC LIBRARIESWheat Loan Educational Exchange Programme (1951-61) Book Banks Regional Library Centres Study Centres National Information Centres Area Study Centres Collection Development Library Buildings
55. 55. When and why was the “Indianniversities Act” passed? The Indian Universities Act was passed in 1904 with the objectives that Universities and college libraries should have well equipped and reference libraries to provide an opportunity for the students to form habit of independent and intelligent reading.
56. 56. What were the major recommendations of the University EducationCommission (1948)? The major recommendations of University Education Commission were: i) Sanction of 6.25% of the total budget or Rs.40/- per student as the annual grant for the libraries; ii) Special non-recurring grant once in every five years to strengthen the collections; iii) Library should follow open access system, adequate and qualified staff, twelve working hours a day, etc.
57. 57. Q.1. List out the major commissions and committees appointed by the UGC for improvement of university libraries in India. The major Commissions and Committees appointed by the UGC for improvement of University Libraries are: Committees and Commissions The Library Committee (1957) Review Committee on Library (1961) Education Commission (1964) Mehrotra Committee (1983) Committee on National Network System for University Libraries (1988) Curriculum Development Committee in Library and Information science (Continuing since 1990) Curriculum Development Committee Rastogi Committee
58. 58. What are the major areas of librarydevelopment being funded by the UGC? UGC provides financial support to: i) purchase books and periodicals, scientific equipment, etc., ii) establish of book banks, iii) provide grants to the study centres, area study centres, regional library centres, for effective library service, iv) establish national information service centres and inter-university centres, v) allocate grants for building a good collection of books and journals, development of infrastructure facilities (such as building, equipment and furniture), etc.
59. 59. UGC University Education Commission was set up in 1948 under the Chairmanship of Dr. S Radhakrishnan "to report on Indian university education and suggest improvements and extensions that might be desirable to suit the present and future needs and aspirations of the country". University Grants Commission (UGC) was formally inaugurated by late Shri Maulana Abul Kalam Azad,the then Minister of Education, Natural Resources and Scientific Research on 28 December 1953. UGC has decentralised its operations by setting up six regional centres at Pune, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Bhopal, Guwahati and Bangalore. The head office of the UGC is located at Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg in New Delhi Dr. C.D.. Deshmukh, the first Chairman of UGC (1956) in UGC 2010 S.K Thorat, now Prof Ved Prakash 2011 to till. E- -journal consortia was started in October 1, 2003 UGC (ccess to various e-journals formally began on January 1, 2004.) co- operation between UGC, ERNET, the inter university center, INFLIBNET,
60. 60.  UGC-Infonet e-journal consortium was launched on-28th Dec-2003 UGC appointed a Review Committee in 1961 under the chairmanship of Dr.Ranganathan, to look into the standards of teaching and research in library science in Indian universities. The first Curriculum Development Committee (CDC) in LIS was appointed by the UGC under the Chairmanship of Prof. P.N. Kaula in 1990. The UGC constituted the second CDC in LIS under the chairmanship of Dr C.R. Karisiddappa in 000. The Committee submitted its report in 2011
61. 61. RRLF
62. 62. Role of Raja Rammohan Roy Library Foundation (RRLF)
63. 63. RRLF RRRLF is a central autonomous organization established and fully financed by the Ministry of Culture, Government of India. RRRLF is registered under the West Bengal Societies Registration Act, 1961. It is the nodal agency of the Governemnt of India to support public library services and systems and promote public library movement in the country commensurate with the objectives as embodied in its Memorandum of Association. The supreme policy-making body of RRRLF is called the Foundation. It consists of 22 members nominated by the Government of India from amongst eminent educationists, librarians, administrators and senior officials. The Minister of the Department of Culture, Government of India or his nominee is the Chairman of RRRLF. Ms. Sangita Gairola, Secretary to the Government of India, Ministry of Culture is the present Chairperson of RRRLF and Shri K.K. Banerjee , Director is the executive head and ex-officio Member-Secretary of the Foundation. The Foundation functions in each State/U.T. through a machinery called State Library Committee (SLC).
64. 64.  Assistance Programme RRRLF promotes public library services rendering book and financial assistance to the public libraries under different schemes of assistance in collaboration with Library Department or Department in charge of Public Library Services. Matching :  Assistance towards building up of adequate stock of books and reading materials.  Assistance towards development of Rural Book Deposit Centres and Mobile Library Services.  Assistance towards Organisation of Seminars, Workshops, Training Courses (Orientation / Refresher), Book Exhibitions and Library Awareness Programmes.  Assistance towards purchase of Storage Materials, Reading Room Furniture and Library Equipment like Card Cabinet, Fire Extinguisher etc. including Copier.  Assistance to Public Libraries towards Increasing Accommodation.  Assistance to Public Libraries to Acquire Computer with accessories for library application and TV, CD Player, DVD Player for Educational Purposes. Assistance under these schemes are given from the resources shared on matching basis with the States/Union Territory Administrations (See Details at SLPC). For developed States 50 : 50, Developing and lagging states 60 : 40 & North-Eastern States 90 : 10.
65. 65.  Non-Matching  Assistance towards building up of adequate stock of boks through central selection.  Assistance to voluntary organisations (NGOs) providing public library services.  Assistance to Childrens Libraries or Childrens Section, Senior Citizen Section, Neo-Literate Section of General Public Libraries.  Assistance to public libraries towards Celebration of 50/60/75/100/125/150 years and the like.  Assistance towards Organisation of Seminar/Conference by Professional Organisation, Local Bodies, NGOs engaged in Public Library Development / Library Movement and University Departments of Library Science.  Assistance towards collection and compilation of library statistics through official and non-official agencies.  Assistance to centrally sponsored libraries.  Assistance towards Establishment of RRRLF Children Corner. Assistance under these schemes are given fully from the Foundations own resources while assistance under scheme at 2 is rendered on 75 : 25 matching basis (75% being Foundations share). While Aplication Forms can be downloaded, details of schemes are available in the Foundations Information Manual "Books for the Millions at Their Doorsteps" which is available in the office of the Convener, State Library Planning Committee (i.e., Director/Officer-in-charge of the
66. 66.  Promotion of District Youth Resource Centres (DYRCs) The Development of DYRCs is being made commensurate with the decision of the inter Ministerial Steering Committee constituted for the purpose with the respresentative from the Ministry of Sports & Youth Affairs, Ministry of Culture, Raja Rammohun Roy Library Foundation and Nehru Yuvak Kendra sanghatana. The DYRCs are assisted for the following purpose :  Towards building up adequate stock of books.  Towards acquiring storage materials and library furniture.  Towards construction of library building.  Towards acquisition of computers with accessories.
67. 67.  Promotional Activities RRRLF has undertaken several promotional activities for qualitative improvement of library services. Besides organisation of many seminars and conferences, it has played a major role in the preparation of National Policy on Library & Information System. It has also issued guidelines on public library systems and services. Raja Rammohun Roy Memorial Lecture by a scholar of eminence is an annual feature of anniversary celebrations for the Foundation. RRRLF also interacts with many national and international professional associations like IFLA, ILA, IASLIC and different state level library associations. To disseminate innovative, new concepts and ideas for the development of Public Library Services and system in the country through research oriented activities, the Foundation introduced Annual Raja Rammohun Roy Award to the best contributor of an article covering the area of development of Public Library Systems and Services or suggesting measures for promotion of reading habit. The Foundation has also undertaken a programme of giving seven awards annually - one for the best State central Library and six for the best District Libraries of six regions in the country. Since 2005 the Foundation also instituted RRRLF Best Rural Library Awards - one per each state. The Foundation institutes "RRRLF Felowship" to offer fellowship to five eminent men and women in the field of Library Services who have contributed to the library movement in the country through active involvement in the movement, organizational initiative or intellectual leadership or are dedicated to the propagation of reading habit among the masses.
68. 68.  Research Project A research cell along with a special library on Library & Information Science and a statistic unit supported by a comuter unit are providing necessary input to its various activities. About 5000 important books and journals on Library & Information Science and allied fields have been acquired in the library. Besides carrying on Research Projects on public library or allied subject, the Research Cell renders advisory and consultancy services whenever required. It has prepared and published a report on loss of books in libraries for the Government of India. TOP Publication RRRLF has brought out a number of publications. The significant publications are  Indian Libraries : Trends and Perspectives  Raja Rammohun Roy and the New Learning  Directory of Indian Public Libraries  Granthana, Indian Journal of Library Studies (bi-annual)  RRRLF Newsletter (bi-monthly)  Annual Report  Books for the Millions at their Doorsteps (Information Manual)
69. 69.  Modernisation Programme The Foundation has installed computers in its Computer Section for building-up data-bank of Public Libraries for the country. The Foundations computer unit is intended to give information storage, retrieval and data processing support for all the application areas. As a step towards modernisation to become a fully automated institution, the Foundtion has upgraded its computer system with inter office LAN. The INTERNET connectivity and E-mail facility has been installed in the office of the Foundation through National Informatics centre. The Scheme of Central Selection has since been computerised fully, other activities are on the way of being fully computerised.
70. 70.  Raja Rammohun Roy Library Foundation (RRRLF) was set up in 1972 RRRLF’ falls under Ministry of Culture RRRLF = Culcutta RRRLF: Raja Rammohun Roy Library Foundation Which organization applied Library and Information Policy in India at national level.RRRLF Culcutta provide ISBN Charimanship of Prof. D.P. Chattaopadhyaya, Chairman RRLF by dept of Culture I oct 1985. The committee was named as (Committee On National Policy on Library and Information System) (set up in 1985 CONPOLIS) submitted on 1986
71. 71. Match the Following – (NET-30 Dec.2012) A. Informix – A. DBMS Software B. Omni Page - B. CR Software C.TIFF Viewer – C. Image Software D. Team Viewer – D. Remote Login Software.
72. 72. Which of the following has stopped publishingin the print from since 2012 ? A. Europa World Year Book B. Times of India Directory C. New Encyclopedia Britannica D. Keesing’s Contemporary Archives.
73. 73. Conclusion- Positive Thinking Continuity Time Management Use of All Resources for study Hardwork + Smartwork =SUCCESS. Goal
74. 74. 13 Jan to 17 Feb = Total 43 days Remaining
75. 75. Best of Luck for SET Exam !Thank You