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University Of Calcutta
5 year Integrated MLIS
Paper - 605L
Subject - Visit to Library of Importance and report Writing
Name - Suman Das
Roll - 18
Semester - 6th
Session - 2015-2020
Field visit : Bangalore and Mysore
Introduction:
In our 5Year Integrated MLIS 6th semester syllabus, we have a paper
is taken by Prof. Biplab Chakraborty and Prof. Arabinda Maity They
decided to take us at Bangalore and Mysore. In this paper we had to
visit 9 different institutes and write about experience by visiting them.
Before going to Bangalore and Mysore we had some class meeting with
B.C. Sir about the tour and the important institutions in Bangalore and
Mysore. The journey started on 22th February 2018 ended at 5th
March.
Field visit:
 Field visit is a trip by students to gain first-hand knowledge away from
the class room as to a museum, factory, geological area or environment of
certain plants and animals.
 The purpose of the field visit is usually observation for education, non-
experimental research or to provide students with experience outside
their everyday activities, such as going camping with teachers and their
classmates.
Objective of Field Visit:
 The main objective of any field visit is education.
 To learn practically about the different institute.
 To enhance our knowledge.
 Field trips also offer students and teachers the opportunity to interact
outside of the classroom.
 This can be a good way for students to learn a type of social behavior.
students are able to modify their knowledge based on their personal
experiences.
 It can also broaden cultural horizons.
22th And 23th February,2018
 I went to my home at 3.30pm. I reached Howrah railway station by bus. After reaching
the station I meet my friends. Although we reach in time but when we meet B.C. Sir he
said you are late. Then he charged late ne. In my point of view this is very bad experience
for me. Then me and my friends going to buy water bottle. When we come back, we had
seen the train time is fixed on the departure board. So we set our journey from Howrah
station on 22th February at 8:35 PM. We boarded Howrah-Yesvantapur Express from
Howrah station.
 Next day We weak up at morning, took tea or coffee, biscuits and dry foods at 8.30am.
The train reached at Visakhapatnam at 1.45pm.We finished our lunch at around 2pm.this
day we just cross Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana by train. In the evening when me
and my friends start to singing then another friends join with us. We enjoyed this day.
24th Febuary,2018
 We arrived at Yesvantpur Railway Station at 10.45 am. After that we went to
Bangalore Youth Hostel by taxi. We stayed there for three days. Here the hostel
accommodation facility is not good. Only one whole day they served food. Next day
they refused to serve the food. In the next day we take our food from restaurant. We
visit NIMHANCE Institute and Library in the evening. We return home around 9o
clock
The National Institute of Mental Health and
Neurosciences (NIMHANS):
 The National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS) is a
multidisciplinary institute for patient care and academic pursuit in the field of mental
health and Neurosciences. Combined priorities for comprehensive patient care,
manpower development and research, stem from the commitment to an integrated and
multidisciplinary approach which addresses societal needs.
 The advances in genomics, computational neuroscience, mathematical modelling,
neuroimaging, molecular biology and a host of new disciplines including public health,
are being translated to help humanity in need and promote the growth of knowledge.
 A special feature of this Institute since its inception is the combination of research and
training with primitive, preventive and curative aspects of clinical services in Mental
Health and Neurosciences.
Library of NIMHANS
 The Library and Information Centre shifted to its new building
in the year 1990.The Centre was upgraded as a National
Neuroscience Information Centre(NNIC)with generous contribution from Department
of Science and Technology, Department of Biotechnology and NationalInformatics Centre.
 Library and Information Centre was started at the erstwhile All India Institute of Mental
Health (AIIMH) in the year 1954, with an initial collection of 3775 volumes and
subscription to 85 journals. The AIIMH and the erstwhile Mental Hospital of the
Government of Karnataka were amalgamated to form NIMHANS in the year 1974.
My experience at NIMHANS
 Total Book and Journals around 54 thousands.
 Books and journal cover human anatomy, physiology, modern physics,
chemistry,Biology etc.
 Offline journal around 3775 volumes.
 They have a huge collection of e-journals 4200.
 OPAC facility
 Cataloguing scheme AACR2
 Classification Scheme DDC 21st ed.
 Photocopying Services
 Literature Search Services
 They used LIBSOFT library software
 Source of Fund provide by UGC around 5 cr.
 Internet service is available between8 a.m. to 9.15 p.m.

Cont.
 New issues of journals, annual reports, books are displayed for a period of 15 days.
 The cubicles are utilized by the professors to discuss with their students regarding their research work .
 Inter library lone Service.
 They have 220 faculty member and 800 students.
 NIMHANCE published their institutional year book, hand book, annual reports and some
 journals.
 08.00 hrs. - 21.15 hrs.(Monday - Saturday)
 09.00 hrs. - 16.30 hrs.(Sunday and Holiday)
24th February:
 In this day we visit The Mythic Society and their Library.
THE MYTHIC SOCIETY
 Library was founded in 1909.
 Collection 43,700 books.
 They stored 7000 digital document.
 Archaeology, Gazetteers, Census vol., History vol.,
Encyclopedia on architecture, Puranas, Sculpture etc.
rode maps of Bengaluru.
 Books arrange according to DDC 19th edition.
 E-Granthalaya Library Management Software Version.4.0.
 Self –finance.
 They published some journals.
 They generally provide circulation service, Reference service, Inter lib. Loan, photo copy service
etc.
 Library maintains catalogue systems (Card system, Traditional type) for checking books by
Author, Title, Subject.
25th February
 We went to visit 3 library and institute on this day such as follow: Indian Institute
of Science(IISC),Indian Institute of Astrophysics(IIA),Indian Institute of
Management(IIMB).
IISc Library IIA Library IIMB
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE(IISc)
 J R D Tata Memorial Library, popularly known as the Indian Institute of Science
Library, is one of the best Science and Technology libraries in India.
 Started in 1911
 JRD Tata Memorial Library, located in about 5,000 sq.mts. Area.
Collection:
 Books 197000+
 Thesis and Gratis 29000+
 Standard and technical reports 82000+
 Online books 13000+
 Online Journals 3500+
 Online Journals (ESS consortium) 8000+
Cont.
 e-books30000+
 e-journals14000+
 Full text databases19000
 Digital depository45000
Catalogue and Classification scheme:
Library also maintain the catalogue system for checking books by author, title and subject. Books
including reference books and text books and arranged as per the DDC 19th ed.
Library Management Software:
They used Libsys 7.0 software as a library management software. LINUX also used for
backup because it is also a automate software.
Library Service:
 Circulation Services.
 Reference and Referral Service.
 Document delivery service for journals.
 Inter library loan
.
Cont.
 Current awareness service.
 Institutional membership service.
 Photocopy service (IRS/Page) and printing (SRS/Page)
 They display new arrivals of book.
 Daily static service (maintain the record, how many user use library book, how many books borrow).
Source of Fund:
 The main source of fund came from UGC that is 16cr.
 The fine system i.e. Rs.- 1/day, after 15 days ne Rs- 2/day,
after 30 days ne RS- 5/day.
Publication:
 JRD Tata memorial published number of year book,
institutional hand book and also library hand book.
 Timing:
 Monday to Saturday (8am-2pm) and Sunday : 9am to 5pm.
 circulation (9am-7pm)
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF ASTROPHYSICS(IIA)
 The library of Indian Institute of Astrophysics is more than two hundred years old.
 Today it can boast of housing the largest collection in Astronomy in the country.
 library provides the Indian Institute of Astrophysics faculty, students and visiting scholars from around
the globe with ready access to complete collections of print and online astronomy resources.
Collection:
 Major collection of the library is in the field of Astronomy and Astrophysics. However, there are a
number of books on Physics, Mathematics, Geophysics, Electronics,Photography, Computers and
Biographies.
 The library subscribes to 98 journals
 Journals (Bound and unbound) cannot be borrowed.
 Reference books are available.
 The Microfiche collection of about 20,000 is stored in a wooden cabinet.
 The Library has a good collection of slides and photographs.
Cont.
Cont.
 Catalogue and Classification Scheme:
They used UDC for library classification and arrange the book according to these classification scheme.
Library Management Software:
The library is fully automated and using LIBSYS software. The combined catalog of books available in
FORSA Libraries can be accessed from http://www.rri.res.in/htmls/library/forsadb.ht
Library Service:
 Circulation service
 Translation service
 Reference service
 Inter library lone.
 Photocopy and printing service.
 Publication charges.
 There is no fining service system for users.
Cont.
Source of Fund:
 The funds came from department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India.
Publication:
 This Repository also hosts papers published in Bulletin of the Astronomical Society of India,Volumes 1 to 33,
1973 to 2005.
 They published 117 annual reports, 35 books.
Timing:
9am - 5.30pm (Monday through Saturday)
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT
BANGALORE(IIMB)
Introduction:
The Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) is a leading graduate school of management in Asia,
located in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. It was established in 1973. IIMB Library is housed in an independent
building of 55000 Sq Ft. area.
Collection:
 Total collection around 2.09 lakh documents (books, journals, etc.)
 Books-15666000+
 E-books-1342+
 Bound volume-38869+
 Thesis/dissertation-1188+
 On line databases around 34 subscribe.
 print journals 695+
 E-journals 850+
 Full text journal 16,000+
 Newsletters 150
 Annual Report 2200+
Cont.
 Catalogue and Classification Scheme:
They arrange the book according to DDC22.Library also maintain the catalogue system for checking books by
author, title and subject.
Library Management Software:
They used virtua (LMS). It is support by MARC21/RDA.
Library Service:
 Acquisition section.
 Active stack area.
 Reference and archives section.
 Thesis and report.
 Renewal system is available.
 Smart card for issue and return books.
 Reserve facility.
Cont.
Source of Fund:
Annual budget 8 core.
Library Hours:
The library is open 24 hours on Monday to Saturday. Sunday is o. Ganesh chaturta, Independence day, Republic
day are holidays.
26th and 27th February
 Our second part of journey was started from the Bangalore youth hostels to Mysore. And started journey
from Yesvantpur railway station at 12.15 by Mysore express for Mysore. We reached Mysore at 3.30 at
Mysore and stayed at Mysore youth hostel.
 In this day, we visit four institute and their libraries: Mysore university library, CFTRI, CIIL,IISH
UNIVERSITY OF MYSORE
Introduction:
 The University of Mysore was established on July 27, 1916. It is the sixth oldest in the country and
the first in the state of Karnataka. The library started functioning in year of 1918. It was inaugurated
by the president of India Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan on 7thDecember 1965.
Collection:
 Printed book-465000+
 CRC press e-book-3248.
 Springer-8025.
 Taylor and Francis-3294.
 Canadian language book-318000+
 Children library book-2800.
 Bound journals-2800.
 E-journals-9000+
Cont.
 E-journals-9000+
 Data bases-10+
 CD-ROMs-250.
 Microche-10.
 Audio cassettes-26
 They had also a collection for blind person that near about 600 Braille book. They have 20000 licence e-
book purcheser.600 computer for e-resources.
Catalogue and Classification Scheme:
They used DDC 21 ed.
Braille library of Mysore University:
Braille library for blind person, different equipment used for blind person such as Jaws.3.0 was a talking
software. SARA was a reading software and embros art for art software etc.
Library Management Software:
They used KOHA as a open source library management software from 2010.
Braille library of Mysore
University
Cont.
 Library Section:
 Technical section.
 Learning resources Centre for visually challenged and physically challenged.
 Acquisition section.
 Active stack area.
 Reference and archives section.
 Thesis and report.
 Digital information resources centre DIRC.
 Periodical section.
 Reading hall.
 Membership and circulation section.
 Media and Conference hall.
 Book stacks area.
 Xerox centre.
 Career information resources centre-CIRC.
Cont.
Library Service:
 Renewal system is available.
 Smart card for issue and return books.
 Reserve facility.
 Student borrow 2books and scholars, teachers borrow 10 books.
 Fine system.
 Xerox and printing facility.
 Departmental library also present.
 OPAC and open access facilities.
 350 books borrow regularly.
Source of Fund:
 Funds can provide by UGC to the university then the university provide certain amount of
fund from university fund.
Cont.
Timing or working hours:
 All days except 3 national and 8 festivals holidays. 8:00-20:00 hours (Monday-Saturday), 10am to
5:30pm (Sunday and holidays)
CENTRAL FOOD TECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH
INSTITUTE (FOSTIS / CFTRI)
Introduction:
 The central library at CFTRI made a small beginning in 1950 and in order to meet the emerging
needs a small completely to food science and technology was conceived on a small scale as early as
1966 which later come to be known as Food Science and Technology Information Services (FOSTIS).
Cont.
Collaction:
 Books-26905.
 Current periodicals-286.
 Bound volumes-42603
 Hindi books -1408.
 Annual reports-2044
 Dissertation -2162.
 Patent-165998
 FAO,WHO,etc-12358
 Digital era-46000
 International journals-140
 Indian journals-80
 Printed journal-50
Cont.
Catalogue and Classification:
 They used OPAC online catalogue and used colon classification for arrangement of books.
Library Management Software:
 They used open biblio, that is free software (LMS) and used web OPAC ,for archiving e-print software was
used.
 FOSTIS Services:
 Database search service.
 SCIFINDER chemical abstract.
 Document delivery service.
 Reprint service.
 Reservation facility.
 Web OPAC facility.
 Inter library loan facility.
 There almost 16 research and development lab.
Cont.
Source of Fund:
 Annual budgets of 2 cr. provide by CSIR
Library Hours:.
Monday to Friday (9am to 5pm) and Saturday (9am -1pm) and Sunday library was closed.
Central Institute of Indian Languages (CIIL)
Introduction:
 Central Institute of Indian Language was established to coordinate the development of
Indian Language, to bring about the essential unity of Indian languages through scientific
studied, promote inter-disciplinary research, contribute to mutual enrichment of
languages and thus contribute towards emotional integration of the people of India. It was
founded on 17 July 1969. The digital library completely started in August 2003.
Cont.
Collection:
 Printed books-99500
 Journals-30000
 Non printed books-28000
 Cassette tapes-2413
 Compact disk-7613
 Film strips-47
 Maps-2920
 Micro ches-12957
 Microlms-406
 Photography charts-165
 Slides-167
 Thesis-896
 The language cover by CIIL was Indian language, Dravidian language, Tibetan and English
 languages
Cont.
 Catalogue and Classification:
 They used AACR2 for cataloguing .
 The catalogue they have authored catalogue, classified catalogue and title catalogue.
 Classification scheme DDC 23.ed.
Library Management Software:
They use Virtua Library Software for LMS (VLS).
Library Services:
 Circulation.
 Acquisition.
 Reference service.
 Inter library service.
 RFID system that started from 2009
 Searching of books by using RFID tags
 Online, subscription of journals
 Web OPAC facility
 Self-charging and discharging of book.
 Student can borrow 4 books and research scholars borrow 6 books.
Cont.
Source of Fund:
 Their annual budgets 50 lakhs and provide by MHRD.
Library Hours:.
 The library open from Monday to Friday between 9 am to 5.30 pm. Library closed on government holidays.
All Indian Institute of Speech andHearing (AIISH)
Introduction:
 The All India Institute of Speech and Hearing was established in the year 1966 as an autonomous institute
fully funded by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. It is one of the largest
collection of speech and hearing information sources. Outstanding. The major objectives of the institute are
to impart professional training, render clinical services, conduct research and educate the public on issues
related to communication disorders such as hearing impairment, mental retardation, voice, fluency and
phonological and language disorders.
Cont.
Collection:
 Printed book-21000.
 E-journal-177.
 Bound Journals-1965.
 Journals-4000.
 CD-ROM-4000.
Classification Scheme:
 They use DDC 23rd edition, for
classifying the book as well as arrange the book.
Library Management Software:
Book magic. Library management software.
Library Services:
 Document delivery services.
 Inter library loan.
Cont.
 Internet, e-mail and OPAC service to all the facility and student of AIISH.
 Orientations and Guidance.
 Reprographic service.
 Staff can borrow 7books and student can borrow 2books and their was also a ne system.
 Fine of Rs. 1per day. After 7 days.
 Electromagnetic technology use by AIISH it is simply similar to RFID.
Source of Fund:
 Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India provide funds of 1 cr. per annum and also generated
fund by ne and membership.
Library Hours:.
 Monday to Friday library open between 8:30am to 8pm and on Saturday library open between 9am to
5pm.
28th February and 1th – 6th March
 We visit sri Chamundeshwari Temple , Sri Chamara Jendra Zoological Gardens, Mysore
palace.
 Our professor dr. Arabinda Maity taken a class of thesaurus construction in front of the
Mysore youth hostel garden.
 We went to visit kavari Shettihalli, Ganjam, Daria daulatabag, Srirangapatna,
Brindavan garden.
 Our professor Dr. Arabinda Maity taken second class of thesaurus construction in
Mysore youth hostel and on the evening 7.30pm we went Mysore railway station for
leave Mysore. We stated journey to back Kolkata.
 On this day we just crossed Andhra Pradesh and Odisha.
 We reached at Howrah at around 3.00pm.
Conclusion:
 We realized that how and why the education field visit program is
inevitable and necessary to our professional course. It is an inseparable
and correlated part of professional course like MLIS. This field visit
program plays a very important role in our career. This is the first time, we
visited nine top most institutions in Bangalore and Mysore. We gained a lot
of knowledge and practical work experience from those 9 institutions. We
know theoretically the library and its service become shaped according to
the needs of the parent organization, here we practically seen the nature
and patterns of service of the library has been duly changed due their
research content as well as the context also. I enjoyed mostly at the time of
serving the libraries of various institutions. We are also very inspired to see
a new world of informative knowledge.

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Suman ppt.c

  • 1. University Of Calcutta 5 year Integrated MLIS Paper - 605L Subject - Visit to Library of Importance and report Writing Name - Suman Das Roll - 18 Semester - 6th Session - 2015-2020
  • 2. Field visit : Bangalore and Mysore
  • 3. Introduction: In our 5Year Integrated MLIS 6th semester syllabus, we have a paper is taken by Prof. Biplab Chakraborty and Prof. Arabinda Maity They decided to take us at Bangalore and Mysore. In this paper we had to visit 9 different institutes and write about experience by visiting them. Before going to Bangalore and Mysore we had some class meeting with B.C. Sir about the tour and the important institutions in Bangalore and Mysore. The journey started on 22th February 2018 ended at 5th March.
  • 4. Field visit:  Field visit is a trip by students to gain first-hand knowledge away from the class room as to a museum, factory, geological area or environment of certain plants and animals.  The purpose of the field visit is usually observation for education, non- experimental research or to provide students with experience outside their everyday activities, such as going camping with teachers and their classmates.
  • 5. Objective of Field Visit:  The main objective of any field visit is education.  To learn practically about the different institute.  To enhance our knowledge.  Field trips also offer students and teachers the opportunity to interact outside of the classroom.  This can be a good way for students to learn a type of social behavior. students are able to modify their knowledge based on their personal experiences.  It can also broaden cultural horizons.
  • 6. 22th And 23th February,2018  I went to my home at 3.30pm. I reached Howrah railway station by bus. After reaching the station I meet my friends. Although we reach in time but when we meet B.C. Sir he said you are late. Then he charged late ne. In my point of view this is very bad experience for me. Then me and my friends going to buy water bottle. When we come back, we had seen the train time is fixed on the departure board. So we set our journey from Howrah station on 22th February at 8:35 PM. We boarded Howrah-Yesvantapur Express from Howrah station.  Next day We weak up at morning, took tea or coffee, biscuits and dry foods at 8.30am. The train reached at Visakhapatnam at 1.45pm.We finished our lunch at around 2pm.this day we just cross Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana by train. In the evening when me and my friends start to singing then another friends join with us. We enjoyed this day.
  • 7. 24th Febuary,2018  We arrived at Yesvantpur Railway Station at 10.45 am. After that we went to Bangalore Youth Hostel by taxi. We stayed there for three days. Here the hostel accommodation facility is not good. Only one whole day they served food. Next day they refused to serve the food. In the next day we take our food from restaurant. We visit NIMHANCE Institute and Library in the evening. We return home around 9o clock
  • 8. The National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS):  The National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS) is a multidisciplinary institute for patient care and academic pursuit in the field of mental health and Neurosciences. Combined priorities for comprehensive patient care, manpower development and research, stem from the commitment to an integrated and multidisciplinary approach which addresses societal needs.  The advances in genomics, computational neuroscience, mathematical modelling, neuroimaging, molecular biology and a host of new disciplines including public health, are being translated to help humanity in need and promote the growth of knowledge.  A special feature of this Institute since its inception is the combination of research and training with primitive, preventive and curative aspects of clinical services in Mental Health and Neurosciences.
  • 9. Library of NIMHANS  The Library and Information Centre shifted to its new building in the year 1990.The Centre was upgraded as a National Neuroscience Information Centre(NNIC)with generous contribution from Department of Science and Technology, Department of Biotechnology and NationalInformatics Centre.  Library and Information Centre was started at the erstwhile All India Institute of Mental Health (AIIMH) in the year 1954, with an initial collection of 3775 volumes and subscription to 85 journals. The AIIMH and the erstwhile Mental Hospital of the Government of Karnataka were amalgamated to form NIMHANS in the year 1974.
  • 10. My experience at NIMHANS  Total Book and Journals around 54 thousands.  Books and journal cover human anatomy, physiology, modern physics, chemistry,Biology etc.  Offline journal around 3775 volumes.  They have a huge collection of e-journals 4200.  OPAC facility  Cataloguing scheme AACR2  Classification Scheme DDC 21st ed.  Photocopying Services  Literature Search Services  They used LIBSOFT library software  Source of Fund provide by UGC around 5 cr.  Internet service is available between8 a.m. to 9.15 p.m. 
  • 11. Cont.  New issues of journals, annual reports, books are displayed for a period of 15 days.  The cubicles are utilized by the professors to discuss with their students regarding their research work .  Inter library lone Service.  They have 220 faculty member and 800 students.  NIMHANCE published their institutional year book, hand book, annual reports and some  journals.  08.00 hrs. - 21.15 hrs.(Monday - Saturday)  09.00 hrs. - 16.30 hrs.(Sunday and Holiday)
  • 12.
  • 13. 24th February:  In this day we visit The Mythic Society and their Library.
  • 14. THE MYTHIC SOCIETY  Library was founded in 1909.  Collection 43,700 books.  They stored 7000 digital document.  Archaeology, Gazetteers, Census vol., History vol., Encyclopedia on architecture, Puranas, Sculpture etc. rode maps of Bengaluru.  Books arrange according to DDC 19th edition.  E-Granthalaya Library Management Software Version.4.0.  Self –finance.  They published some journals.  They generally provide circulation service, Reference service, Inter lib. Loan, photo copy service etc.  Library maintains catalogue systems (Card system, Traditional type) for checking books by Author, Title, Subject.
  • 15. 25th February  We went to visit 3 library and institute on this day such as follow: Indian Institute of Science(IISC),Indian Institute of Astrophysics(IIA),Indian Institute of Management(IIMB). IISc Library IIA Library IIMB
  • 16. INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE(IISc)  J R D Tata Memorial Library, popularly known as the Indian Institute of Science Library, is one of the best Science and Technology libraries in India.  Started in 1911  JRD Tata Memorial Library, located in about 5,000 sq.mts. Area. Collection:  Books 197000+  Thesis and Gratis 29000+  Standard and technical reports 82000+  Online books 13000+  Online Journals 3500+  Online Journals (ESS consortium) 8000+
  • 17. Cont.  e-books30000+  e-journals14000+  Full text databases19000  Digital depository45000 Catalogue and Classification scheme: Library also maintain the catalogue system for checking books by author, title and subject. Books including reference books and text books and arranged as per the DDC 19th ed. Library Management Software: They used Libsys 7.0 software as a library management software. LINUX also used for backup because it is also a automate software. Library Service:  Circulation Services.  Reference and Referral Service.  Document delivery service for journals.  Inter library loan .
  • 18. Cont.  Current awareness service.  Institutional membership service.  Photocopy service (IRS/Page) and printing (SRS/Page)  They display new arrivals of book.  Daily static service (maintain the record, how many user use library book, how many books borrow). Source of Fund:  The main source of fund came from UGC that is 16cr.  The fine system i.e. Rs.- 1/day, after 15 days ne Rs- 2/day, after 30 days ne RS- 5/day. Publication:  JRD Tata memorial published number of year book, institutional hand book and also library hand book.  Timing:  Monday to Saturday (8am-2pm) and Sunday : 9am to 5pm.  circulation (9am-7pm)
  • 19. INDIAN INSTITUTE OF ASTROPHYSICS(IIA)  The library of Indian Institute of Astrophysics is more than two hundred years old.  Today it can boast of housing the largest collection in Astronomy in the country.  library provides the Indian Institute of Astrophysics faculty, students and visiting scholars from around the globe with ready access to complete collections of print and online astronomy resources. Collection:  Major collection of the library is in the field of Astronomy and Astrophysics. However, there are a number of books on Physics, Mathematics, Geophysics, Electronics,Photography, Computers and Biographies.  The library subscribes to 98 journals  Journals (Bound and unbound) cannot be borrowed.  Reference books are available.  The Microfiche collection of about 20,000 is stored in a wooden cabinet.  The Library has a good collection of slides and photographs.
  • 20. Cont.
  • 21. Cont.  Catalogue and Classification Scheme: They used UDC for library classification and arrange the book according to these classification scheme. Library Management Software: The library is fully automated and using LIBSYS software. The combined catalog of books available in FORSA Libraries can be accessed from http://www.rri.res.in/htmls/library/forsadb.ht Library Service:  Circulation service  Translation service  Reference service  Inter library lone.  Photocopy and printing service.  Publication charges.  There is no fining service system for users.
  • 22. Cont. Source of Fund:  The funds came from department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India. Publication:  This Repository also hosts papers published in Bulletin of the Astronomical Society of India,Volumes 1 to 33, 1973 to 2005.  They published 117 annual reports, 35 books. Timing: 9am - 5.30pm (Monday through Saturday)
  • 23. INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT BANGALORE(IIMB) Introduction: The Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) is a leading graduate school of management in Asia, located in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. It was established in 1973. IIMB Library is housed in an independent building of 55000 Sq Ft. area. Collection:  Total collection around 2.09 lakh documents (books, journals, etc.)  Books-15666000+  E-books-1342+  Bound volume-38869+  Thesis/dissertation-1188+  On line databases around 34 subscribe.  print journals 695+  E-journals 850+  Full text journal 16,000+  Newsletters 150  Annual Report 2200+
  • 24. Cont.  Catalogue and Classification Scheme: They arrange the book according to DDC22.Library also maintain the catalogue system for checking books by author, title and subject. Library Management Software: They used virtua (LMS). It is support by MARC21/RDA. Library Service:  Acquisition section.  Active stack area.  Reference and archives section.  Thesis and report.  Renewal system is available.  Smart card for issue and return books.  Reserve facility.
  • 25. Cont. Source of Fund: Annual budget 8 core. Library Hours: The library is open 24 hours on Monday to Saturday. Sunday is o. Ganesh chaturta, Independence day, Republic day are holidays. 26th and 27th February  Our second part of journey was started from the Bangalore youth hostels to Mysore. And started journey from Yesvantpur railway station at 12.15 by Mysore express for Mysore. We reached Mysore at 3.30 at Mysore and stayed at Mysore youth hostel.  In this day, we visit four institute and their libraries: Mysore university library, CFTRI, CIIL,IISH
  • 26. UNIVERSITY OF MYSORE Introduction:  The University of Mysore was established on July 27, 1916. It is the sixth oldest in the country and the first in the state of Karnataka. The library started functioning in year of 1918. It was inaugurated by the president of India Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan on 7thDecember 1965. Collection:  Printed book-465000+  CRC press e-book-3248.  Springer-8025.  Taylor and Francis-3294.  Canadian language book-318000+  Children library book-2800.  Bound journals-2800.  E-journals-9000+
  • 27. Cont.  E-journals-9000+  Data bases-10+  CD-ROMs-250.  Microche-10.  Audio cassettes-26  They had also a collection for blind person that near about 600 Braille book. They have 20000 licence e- book purcheser.600 computer for e-resources. Catalogue and Classification Scheme: They used DDC 21 ed. Braille library of Mysore University: Braille library for blind person, different equipment used for blind person such as Jaws.3.0 was a talking software. SARA was a reading software and embros art for art software etc. Library Management Software: They used KOHA as a open source library management software from 2010.
  • 28. Braille library of Mysore University
  • 29. Cont.  Library Section:  Technical section.  Learning resources Centre for visually challenged and physically challenged.  Acquisition section.  Active stack area.  Reference and archives section.  Thesis and report.  Digital information resources centre DIRC.  Periodical section.  Reading hall.  Membership and circulation section.  Media and Conference hall.  Book stacks area.  Xerox centre.  Career information resources centre-CIRC.
  • 30. Cont. Library Service:  Renewal system is available.  Smart card for issue and return books.  Reserve facility.  Student borrow 2books and scholars, teachers borrow 10 books.  Fine system.  Xerox and printing facility.  Departmental library also present.  OPAC and open access facilities.  350 books borrow regularly. Source of Fund:  Funds can provide by UGC to the university then the university provide certain amount of fund from university fund.
  • 31. Cont. Timing or working hours:  All days except 3 national and 8 festivals holidays. 8:00-20:00 hours (Monday-Saturday), 10am to 5:30pm (Sunday and holidays) CENTRAL FOOD TECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE (FOSTIS / CFTRI) Introduction:  The central library at CFTRI made a small beginning in 1950 and in order to meet the emerging needs a small completely to food science and technology was conceived on a small scale as early as 1966 which later come to be known as Food Science and Technology Information Services (FOSTIS).
  • 32. Cont. Collaction:  Books-26905.  Current periodicals-286.  Bound volumes-42603  Hindi books -1408.  Annual reports-2044  Dissertation -2162.  Patent-165998  FAO,WHO,etc-12358  Digital era-46000  International journals-140  Indian journals-80  Printed journal-50
  • 33. Cont. Catalogue and Classification:  They used OPAC online catalogue and used colon classification for arrangement of books. Library Management Software:  They used open biblio, that is free software (LMS) and used web OPAC ,for archiving e-print software was used.  FOSTIS Services:  Database search service.  SCIFINDER chemical abstract.  Document delivery service.  Reprint service.  Reservation facility.  Web OPAC facility.  Inter library loan facility.  There almost 16 research and development lab.
  • 34. Cont. Source of Fund:  Annual budgets of 2 cr. provide by CSIR Library Hours:. Monday to Friday (9am to 5pm) and Saturday (9am -1pm) and Sunday library was closed. Central Institute of Indian Languages (CIIL) Introduction:  Central Institute of Indian Language was established to coordinate the development of Indian Language, to bring about the essential unity of Indian languages through scientific studied, promote inter-disciplinary research, contribute to mutual enrichment of languages and thus contribute towards emotional integration of the people of India. It was founded on 17 July 1969. The digital library completely started in August 2003.
  • 35. Cont. Collection:  Printed books-99500  Journals-30000  Non printed books-28000  Cassette tapes-2413  Compact disk-7613  Film strips-47  Maps-2920  Micro ches-12957  Microlms-406  Photography charts-165  Slides-167  Thesis-896  The language cover by CIIL was Indian language, Dravidian language, Tibetan and English  languages
  • 36. Cont.  Catalogue and Classification:  They used AACR2 for cataloguing .  The catalogue they have authored catalogue, classified catalogue and title catalogue.  Classification scheme DDC 23.ed. Library Management Software: They use Virtua Library Software for LMS (VLS). Library Services:  Circulation.  Acquisition.  Reference service.  Inter library service.  RFID system that started from 2009  Searching of books by using RFID tags  Online, subscription of journals  Web OPAC facility  Self-charging and discharging of book.  Student can borrow 4 books and research scholars borrow 6 books.
  • 37. Cont. Source of Fund:  Their annual budgets 50 lakhs and provide by MHRD. Library Hours:.  The library open from Monday to Friday between 9 am to 5.30 pm. Library closed on government holidays. All Indian Institute of Speech andHearing (AIISH) Introduction:  The All India Institute of Speech and Hearing was established in the year 1966 as an autonomous institute fully funded by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. It is one of the largest collection of speech and hearing information sources. Outstanding. The major objectives of the institute are to impart professional training, render clinical services, conduct research and educate the public on issues related to communication disorders such as hearing impairment, mental retardation, voice, fluency and phonological and language disorders.
  • 38. Cont. Collection:  Printed book-21000.  E-journal-177.  Bound Journals-1965.  Journals-4000.  CD-ROM-4000. Classification Scheme:  They use DDC 23rd edition, for classifying the book as well as arrange the book. Library Management Software: Book magic. Library management software. Library Services:  Document delivery services.  Inter library loan.
  • 39. Cont.  Internet, e-mail and OPAC service to all the facility and student of AIISH.  Orientations and Guidance.  Reprographic service.  Staff can borrow 7books and student can borrow 2books and their was also a ne system.  Fine of Rs. 1per day. After 7 days.  Electromagnetic technology use by AIISH it is simply similar to RFID. Source of Fund:  Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India provide funds of 1 cr. per annum and also generated fund by ne and membership. Library Hours:.  Monday to Friday library open between 8:30am to 8pm and on Saturday library open between 9am to 5pm.
  • 40. 28th February and 1th – 6th March  We visit sri Chamundeshwari Temple , Sri Chamara Jendra Zoological Gardens, Mysore palace.  Our professor dr. Arabinda Maity taken a class of thesaurus construction in front of the Mysore youth hostel garden.  We went to visit kavari Shettihalli, Ganjam, Daria daulatabag, Srirangapatna, Brindavan garden.  Our professor Dr. Arabinda Maity taken second class of thesaurus construction in Mysore youth hostel and on the evening 7.30pm we went Mysore railway station for leave Mysore. We stated journey to back Kolkata.  On this day we just crossed Andhra Pradesh and Odisha.  We reached at Howrah at around 3.00pm.
  • 41. Conclusion:  We realized that how and why the education field visit program is inevitable and necessary to our professional course. It is an inseparable and correlated part of professional course like MLIS. This field visit program plays a very important role in our career. This is the first time, we visited nine top most institutions in Bangalore and Mysore. We gained a lot of knowledge and practical work experience from those 9 institutions. We know theoretically the library and its service become shaped according to the needs of the parent organization, here we practically seen the nature and patterns of service of the library has been duly changed due their research content as well as the context also. I enjoyed mostly at the time of serving the libraries of various institutions. We are also very inspired to see a new world of informative knowledge.