Anil AmbaniHe is the chairman of Anil Dhirubhai AmbaniGroup, one of the largest private conglomerates.A conglomerate is a large company that consistsof diverse divisions that produce and sellunrelated goods and services.Conglomeratecompanies tend to be large multinationalcorporations with operations in multiple regionsof the world. Reliance Capital AssetManagement Company profit Rs 276 Billion netprofit in March 2012
Kris GopalakrishnanIn 1981, Gopalakrishnan co-founded Infosyswith six other entrepreneurs. His initial years atInfosys included management of design,development, implementation and support ofinformation systems for clients in the U.S.consumer products industry. From 1987-1994,Gopalakrishnan headed the technical operationsof KSA/Infosys (a joint venture between Infosysand KSA in Atlanta, GA).Infosys Annual profitwas 2690 Cr. In 2012
Kochouseph ChitilapallyHe is an Indian businessman best known as thefounder and Vice Chairman of V-GuardIndustries Ltd and a chain of amusementparks called Wonderla. Annual profit of V-guardin the last year is 99 lakh.
Mukesh Ambaniis an Indian business magnate who is thechairman and managing director of the Indianconglomerate Reliance Industries Limited (RIL),the foremost company of the Indian energy andmaterials conglomerate Reliance Group. As of2012, he is the second richest man in Asia andthe 19th richest person in the world with apersonal wealth of US$22.3 billion.
Ratan Tatais an Indian businessman who became chairman(1991– ) of the Tata Group, a Mumbai-basedconglomerate.8983Cr. Was the profit of lastmarch 2012.
Ravi PillaiB. Ravi Pillai, is an Indian industrialist. As of 2010 he is theManaging Director of the Naseer S. Al Hajri Corporation (NSH)and Petrochem, Saudi Arabia. He received the Pravasi BharatiyaSamman award from the Government of India, and was the firstBahrain-based businessman to win the Padma Shri award fromthe Government of India.Ravi Pillai as MD of NSH Corporation is reportedly the largestemployer of Indians in the gulf region.In August 2011, Ravi Pillai bought the Kovalam beach resortfrom the Leela Group for INR 500 crore. However, the LeelaGroup will not exit the property completely. It will enter into amanagement contract with Ravi Pillai to manage the property for30 years.
LIBRARY• Library is a collection of sources,resources, and services, and the structurein which it is housed; it is organized foruse and maintained by a public body, aninstitution, or a private individual. In themore traditional sense, a library is acollection of books .
LIBRARY• The present world is becoming increasinglyconscious of information explosion and itsimplications. A library exists to provideservices acceptable to users to their fullestsatisfaction. The user always expects value forthe time spent in getting the required service.The success and failure of a library gauged bythe efficiency of their response .
IMPORTANCE OF LIBRARY• Dr.S Radhakrishnan Former President of Indiaquoted the importance of Library when he wasthe Chairman of Education Commission ofIndia in 1948,he said “ A Library can existwithout an Academic Institution but AnAcademic Institution cannot exist without aLibrary”
• Library is a system• Library is an information retrieval system
Information System• An information system (IS) is anycombination of information technology andpeoples activities using that technology tosupport operations, management .
Management Information System(MIS)• Management information system (MIS) is asystem that provides information needed tomanage organizations effectively.Management information systems involvethree primary resources: technology,information, and people.
Library is an Information System• Its important to recognize that while allthree resources are key components whenstudying management information systems,the most important resource is people .Solibrary is an information system because ina library system involve three primaryresources books, staff and users. In thesense users are the paramount of library.
Information Retrieval System• Information retrieval (IR) is the area ofstudy concerned with searching for documents,for information within documents, and formetadata about documents, as well as that ofsearching relational databases.
MSNIMT LIBRARY• A fully automated modern Library &Information Centre (LIC) is on its way tobecoming an outstanding learning resourcecentre catering to the ever growing anduncompromising information and intellectualrequirements of the students and faculty
RULES AND REGULATIONS• All students of the College shall be membersof the library and can borrow books as perrules laid down. Co-operation of allmembers are solicited in maintenance andupkeep of the books.
RULES AND REGULATIONSGeneral rules•Silence shall be strictly observed within theLibrary•All the personal belongings such as bags,textbooks, periodicals, etc. should be kept inthe property counter.
RULES AND REGULATIONS• Members are free to browse, consult and refer thebooks and other reading materials and leave themon the table after they finish their use.• No person shall write, damage, make a mark orunderline on any book or other materialsbelonging to the library.• Any one who violates the rules and regulations ofthe library would be liable to lose the privilege ofmembership.
RULES AND REGULATIONSBorrowing of Books•A student member can borrow five books ata time from the library.•Books are issued for period of fifteen dayshave to be returned on or before the due date.• An overdue charge of Rs.1.00/- per bookshall be levied after the expiry date.
RULES AND REGULATIONS• At the time of borrowing, the member shall satisfyhimself as to whether the book issued is in soundphysical condition. If not he/she shall bring thematter to the notice of the Librarian. Otherwisethe member shall be held responsible for anydamage discovered while returning the book.• Reference books, periodicals and rare books willnot be sent out.
RULES AND REGULATIONS• The Librarian will have power to recall thebooks borrowed when required urgently.• At the end of each semester all membersshould compulsorily return all books forfacilitating stock take up.
RULES AND REGULATIONSLoss or Damage of Books•Member shall be responsible for the safecustody and return of books borrowed.•Damage or loss of books shall beimmediately reported to the Librarian.
RULES AND REGULATIONS• The member has to replace the same orlater edition of the same book within aweek’s time.• Members are liable to replace the damagedor lost books or pay the cost of books as percurrent market rates and a surcharge of50% of the cost as a penalty.
AREAS OF SUBJECTS SUBJECT STRENGTH TOTAL BOOKS 5348TOTAL TITLES 3250MANAGEMENT 295ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR 165ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS 34QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES 59BUSINESS ENVIORNMENT 77MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS 108OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 140RESEARCH METHODS FOR MANAGERS 88
AREAS OF SUBJECTSOPERATIONS RESEARCH 123BUSINESS COMMUNICATION 183HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 513FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 120INETRNATIONAL FINANCE 23MARKETING MANAGEMENT 635BUSINESS ETHICS ANDCORPORATE GOVERNANCE51ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 29MANAGEMENT INFORMATIONSYSTEMS127LAWS FOR BUSINESS 38STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT 135ENTREPRENEURSHIPDEVELOPMENT21INSURANCE 51COMPUTER SCIENCE 120
Journal & MagazinesSl No. Type of Journals No 01 International Journals 13 02 E-Journals 2903 J-Gate Social & ManagementScience212803 National Journals 42 04 Magazines 16 05 News Papers 06 Total 2234
E-Journals (Electronic Journals)• Electronic journals, also known as ejournals, andelectronic serials, are scholarly journals orintellectual magazines that can be accessed viaelectronic transmission. In practice, this meansthat they are usually published on the Web. Theyare a specialized form of electronic document:they have the purpose of providing material foracademic research and study, and they areformatted approximately like journal articles intraditional printed journals.
E-Journals (Electronic Journals• Following are some of the features ofElectronic Journals• they can be delivered to the desktop• they can be read by more than one personat a time.• the text can be searched.
E-Journals (Electronic Journals• they can include multimedia and graphics,in color, at marginal cost.• they can be published more quickly thanpaper publications.• they can be interactive; that is, they canfoster an online exchange of ideas• the content can be reproduced, forwarded,modified, leading to possible
E-ResourcesResources Web AddressJ-GATE SOCIAL & MANAGEMENTSCIENCEShttp://www.msnimt.org/library/j-gate.informindia.co.in/SAGE-MSNIMT ONLINERESOURCEShttp://www.msnimt.org/library/ajc.sagepub.com/loginICFAI- MSNIMT ONLINERESOURCEShttp://www.msnimt.org/library/iupindia.in/signin.aspNDIGITAL ONLINE LIBRARY http://www.msnimt.org/library/ndigitalonline.com/
MSNIMT ONLINE JOURNALCONSORTIA RESOURCESAsian Journal of Management CasesGlobal Business Reviewwww.msnimt.org↓Library↓E-Journals↓
INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS• Journal of Entrepreneurship• Journal of Business Ethics andOrganization Studies• Asian Journal of Finance & Accounting• Asian Journal of Management Research• Journal of Operations and Supply ChainManagement
INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS• Product: Management & Development Journal• Asian Academy of Management Journal• Harvard Business Review• Journal of Management• Journal of Business Communication• Journal of Business Communication Quarterly• Journal of Applied Behavioural Science• Marketing Management
E-journals• ASIAN JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENTCASES• GLOBAL BUSINESS REVIEW• ADVERTISING EXPRESS• CASE FOLIO• HRM REVIEW• MARKETING MASTERMIND• THE ANALYST• APPLIED FINANCE• FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT
E-journals• BRAND MANAGEMENT• BUSINESS STRATEGY• CORPORATE GOVERNENCE• ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT• KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT• MANEGERIAL ECONOMICS• MANAGEMENT RESEARCH
E-journals• MARKETING MANAGEMENT• OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT• SYSTEM MANAGEMENT• INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY• SOFT SKILLS• ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOR• SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT• ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
INDIAN JOURNALS• Journal of Management research• Journal of Organisational Behaviour• Journal of Environmental Economics• Journal of Systems Management• Journal of Advertising express• Indian journal of Accounting• Indian Journal of Finance• Vikalpa• Journal of Financial Risk Management
INDIAN JOURNALS• Journal of Applied Finance• Journal of Brand Management• Journal of Knowledge Management• Chartered Financial Analyst• Insurance Chronicle• Case Folio• Forbes Asia
INDIAN JOURNALS• Foreign Trade Review• Marketing Mastermind• Focus WTO• Abhigyan• SAJOPS• Indian journal of Marketing
INDIAN JOURNALS• E-Business• HRM Review• Journal of Marketing Management• Journal of Business Strategy• Human Capital
INDIAN JOURNALS• Indian Journal of Labour Economics• Journal of Management Research• Journal of Operations Management• Organisational Management• Indian Journal of Industrial Relations
INDIAN JOURNALS• Indian Management• Entrepreneurship Development• Soft Skill• Management Research• Corporate Governance• Information Technology• Managerial Economics• Effective Executive• PRAJNAN• Journal of Supply Chain Management
MAGAZINES• Industrial Economist• Dhanam• Chip• PC Quest• Civil Service Chronicle• Electronics for You• Business India
MAGAZINES• Frontline• India Today• Employment News• Business Today• Business World• The Week• Donbosco• university of News• Forbes Asia
NEWS PAPERS• Business Line• The Hindu• Economic Times• Times of India• Deccan Chronicle
LIBRARY WEBOPAC 2.1 RELEASED(WEB BASED ONLINE PUBLIC ACCESS CATALOGUE)• Library users have to interact with the library. Theirqueries are not just about the bibliographic informationavailable with the library but they also require manyservices like reservation of books & status about the booksthey have taken etc. WebOPAC is the Online Public AccessCatalogue which allows users avail the services of thelibrary. The bibliographic data is presented in a read onlymanner and user can reserve the documents from his / herdesktop. Following are some of the services availablethrough WEBOPAC.
LIBRARY WEBOPAC 2.1 RELEASED(WEB BASED ONLINE PUBLIC ACCESS CATALOGUE)• Library Catalogue• Search facility on entire database• New Arrivals• Popular Documents - based on circulation and reservations• Place Reservation / hold on certain documents• You can access MSNIMT Library WebOpac through Web(Internet):www.msnimt.org↓Library web OPAC
DIGITAL LIBRARIES• A digital library is a library in whichcollections are stored in digital formats (asopposed to print, microform, or other media)and accessible by computers. The digitalcontent may be stored locally, or accessedremotely via computer networks. A digitallibrary is a type of information retrievalsystem
DIGITAL LIBRARIES• Many academic libraries are actively involvedin building institutional repositories of theinstitutions books, papers, theses, and otherworks which can be digitized or were borndigital.
DIGITAL LIBRARIES• Many of these repositories are made availableto the general public with few restrictions, inaccordance with the goals of open access, incontrast to the publication of research incommercial journals, where the publishersoften limit access rights. Institutional, trulyfree, and corporate repositories are sometimesreferred to as digital libraries.
Don’t take rest after your first victory,because if you fail in second, more lips arewaiting to say, that your first victory was justluckDr.APJ Abdul Kalam