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Ramesh Mohan Library

  1. 1. INTERNSHIP PROGRAM IN RAMESH MOHAN LIBRARY ENGLISH AND FOREIGN LANGUAGES By A. ROSELINE MLIS 2nd YEAR PONICHERRY UNIVERSITY
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION • The Central Institute of English-CIE, it was founded in September 1958. • Specific goals to improve the standard of English Teaching, to undertake relevant research and to publish materials. • 1967, Mr. Ramesh Mohan took over as the Director of the CIE. • In 1972, CIE became CIEFL, with additional responsibilities to study, spread and teach several foreign languages.
  3. 3. CONT…. • In 1983, the library name was changed into Ramesh Mohan Library. • To provide bibliographical, documentation and information support to the research programs of the institute. • The library has grown now into a National Resource Centre. • The RML collection includes an impressive amount of books on literature, it contains periodicals, documents, dissertations, reports, re - prints and micro-films.
  4. 4. OBJECTIVES • It is a resource center for academic and research activities . • To provide relevant and up-to-date bibliographic information. • The library has been constantly acquiring books, journals and other reading materials relevant to the academic and research programs.
  5. 5. LIBRARY HOURS • Monday to Friday working hours 9.00a.m. to 8.00p.m. • On Saturday’s and Sunday’s working time 9.30a.m. to 6.00p.m. • During examination period up to 9.00a.m. to 10.00p.m.
  6. 6. INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERSHIP • B.ED, M.ED, PGDTE, PGDTA, PGDTS, MA (English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Italian, Chinese) • B.A(English, Russian, French, Spanish, Arabic) • M.Phil and Ph.D (Regular and distances) • Teaching staff, Non teaching staff, Non teaching officers. • Other university scholars also member.
  7. 7. LIBRARY COLLECTION • The library has specialized collections of books (print) in the areas of language Teaching, Linguistics and Literature in English and Foreign Languages. • Allied subjects like, Philosophy, Religion, Sociology, Psychology, History, Anthropology, Journalism is available in the library collection. • It is also provides access to be e-books published.
  8. 8. The collection of RML as on 31.03.2013 are details given below: S.NO LANGUAGES BOOKS 1 ENGLISH 98,418 2 HINDI 1,370 3 ARABIC(INCL.PERSIAN AND URDU) 8,525 4 CHINESE 145 5 FRENCH 10,126 6 GERMAN 16,685 7 ITALIAN 181 8 JAPANESE 101 9 KOREAN 64 10 RUSSIAN 20,536 11 SPANISH 2,493 TOTAL 1,58,644
  9. 9. VARIOUS SECTION IN THE RML • Acquisition section • Technical section • Periodical section • Circulation section • Digitization
  10. 10. ACQUISITION SECTION • It is mainly for acquiring books and journal. • Buying the books and journal within the library budget . • Sending suggestion form to each department. • duplicate checking. • Processing Indents for approval by the Chair Person Books and Periodical library committee. • Then order form will prepared by library staff.
  11. 11. Cont.… • The order form will send to the vendor. • Purchase Invoice. • Vendors will send the books to the library, Checking titles against purchase order. • Manual Accessions of books. • Processing Bills for payment.
  12. 12. TECHNICAL SECTION • Books received and accessioned are processed in the Technical Section Classification and Cataloguing are taken up in the Technical Section. • The Classification Scheme for book is DDC16th edition. • Cataloguing is carried out in the library using software NEW GENLIB.
  13. 13. CONT…. • Cataloguing – AACR-2 rules to be followed. • After this process it will go for another technical work like - Labeling - Book pocket pasting - Magnetic tape - Due date slip - Bar code
  14. 14. PERIODICAL SECTION • The RML library subscribes to 264 Academic and Research Journals (Print, Print + online and online) also available. Print Journals: • English Journals 100 • Foreign Journals 33
  15. 15. CONT… • After acquiring journals it will come to the periodical section. • The details journals entered into the kardex. • There is advance payment for journals. • A journal, on completion of its volume will be processed for binding. • After the binding is over, the volume will be accessioned and added to the Back-Volume shelf.
  16. 16. CONT…. • News papers and popular magazines are also available for reading. • Both Indian and Foreign journals currently subscribed and journals received as gift are displayed in the shelves in this section.
  17. 17. E – RESOURCES The following electronic databases are made available to faculty and students under INFLIBNET UGC Consortia: • JSTOR • PROJECT MUSE • OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS ONLINE JOURNALS • CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS ONLINE JOURNALS • TAYLOR AND FRANCIS ONLINE JOURNALS • SPRINGER ONLINE JOURNALS • WILEY ONLINE JOURNALS • ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL WEEKLY
  18. 18. JOURNALS SUBSCRIBED FOR THE YEAR 2013-14 • English Journals 112 • E - journals 17 • Russian Journal 11 • Arabic Journal 5 • French Journal 7 • German Journal 9 • Spanish Journal 5
  19. 19. CIRCULATION SECTION • Both manual and automated system. • They are following Browne system manually. • No fine • Double charging
  20. 20. 1.Registration of Patrons (or) Borrowers: Temporary Membership Permanent Membership 2. Different transaction involved Book issues, Returns, Reservation of book. 3. A renewal mechanism for extending due dates for return of books, recalls and additional lending like inter-library loan. 4. No-due certificate issue. ACTIVITIES….
  21. 21. CONT…. • MEMBERS TICKETS • B.ED, M.ED, PGDTE 5 • BA(Students) 5 • MA(Students) 5 • M.phil 10 • Ph.D 10 • Teaching Staff 20 • Non teaching staff 2 • Non teaching officers 10
  22. 22. CONT…. Patron type code: i. Teaching Staff TS ii. Non – Teaching Staff NS iii. Students ST iv. Research Scholar RS v. Institutional Membership IM vi. Project Reporter PR
  23. 23. DIGITIZATION Networking Facility ID card preparation Servers Theses scanning After scanning theses converted into digitization form
  24. 24. SERVICES 1. OPAC 2. Internet service 3. Reprography service 4. News paper clipping 5. Retrospective service
  25. 25. TRAINING SHEDULE MORNING SESSION (9.30A.M.-1.00P.M.) AFTERNOON SESSION (2.00P.M.-6.30P.M.) 1.SHELVING 1.ACQUISITION 2.CIRCULATION 2.PERIODICAL SECTION 3. DIGITIZATION 3. CATALOGUING 4.RECTIFICATION 4.RECTIFICATION
  26. 26. IMPACT 1. This training is very important for my future carrier. 2. First time I want other state, language is different, people also different. 3. I learn more practically. 4. Library also friendly atmosphere. 5. Communication skill is very important in the library field.
  27. 27. CONCLUSION
  28. 28. THANK YOU!

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