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  1. 1. Library and Information Centre Government First Grade College Periyapatna Heartily Welcomes NAAC Peer Team 24th Oct 2016 Presentation By Vasantha Raju N. Librarian Government First Grade College-Periyapatna vasanthrz@gmail.com
  2. 2. About the Library • The Library is part of the institution since its inception in 1991 • Library has very rich collections of Books on Various Branches of Knowledge • Serving as the Nerve Centre of the College • Almost 23000 collections of Books are housed in the Library
  3. 3. Vision of the Library • To Serve as a Knowledge Hub of the College • To Inculcate Reading Habits among the students and Teaching Community • To Help Rural Students to Enrich their Knowledge to Create Better World for Themselves
  4. 4. Objectives of the Library • Cultivate reading habits among students and teaching community • Provide accessibility to information in a well-organized and coherent manner • Provide facilities and services for teaching community and students to discover needed information and use them according to their needs • Develop an efficient and effective college library which is adaptable to the changing academic environment
  5. 5. Library Advisory Committee (LAC) Name Designation Role Prof. K.J. Rangaswamy Principal Chairman Dr. Vasantha Raju N. Librarian Convener Dr. M.S. Veda Associate Professor of Kannada Member Prof. M.C. Girish Assistant Professor of Commerce Member Prof. Jayanna Assistant Professor of History Member Ms. Kavitha Superintendent Member Class Representatives Students Member
  6. 6. Library Rules and Regulations • ಗ್ರಂಥಾಲಯ ಕಾಯಯನಿರ್ಯಹಣೆಯ ವೆೇಳೆ : ಬೆಳಿಗ್ೆೆ 10.00 ರಂದ ಸಾಯಂಕಾಲ 5.00 ಗ್ಂಟೆರ್ರೆಗ್ೆ. • ಗ್ರಂಥಾಲಯದ ಪುಸ್ತಕಗ್ಳ ಮೇಲೆ ಯಾರ್ುದೆೇ ರೇತಿಯ ಗ್ುರುತುಗ್ಳನ್ಾಾಗ್ಲಿ, ಇನಿಾತರ ಯಾರ್ುದೆೇ ಹಾನಿಯನ್ುಾ ಮಾಡುರ್ಂತಿಲಲ. ಯಾರ್ುದೆೇ ಹಾನಿ ಮಾಡಿರುರ್ುದು ಕಂಡುಬಂದಲಿಲ ಸ್ೂಕತ ಕರಮ ಜರುಗಿಸ್ಲಾಗ್ುರ್ುದು. • ಪರತಿ ವಿದಾಾರ್ಥಯಗ್ೆ 2 ಪುಸ್ತಕಗ್ಳನ್ುಾ 15 ದಿನ್ಗ್ಳ ಅರ್ಧಿಗ್ೆ ಎರರ್ಲು ಪಡೆಯಲು ಅರ್ಕಾಶವಿರುತತದೆ. 15 ದಿನ್ಗ್ಳ ನ್ಂತರ ಹಂತಿರುಗಿಸ್ುರ್ ಪುಸ್ತಕಗ್ಳ ಮೇಲೆ ದಿನ್ ಒಂದಕೆೆ 1 ರೂಪಾಯಿ ದಂಡರ್ನ್ುಾ ವಿಧಿಸ್ಲಾಗ್ುರ್ುದು. • ಪುಸ್ತಕಗ್ಳನ್ುಾ, ನಿಯತಕಾಲಿಕೆಗ್ಳು ಮತುತ ಇನಿಾತರ ಗ್ರಂಥಾಲಯ ಪರಕರ ಎರರ್ಲು ಪಡೆಯಲು ಗ್ರಂಥಾಲಯ ಸ್ದಸ್ಾತವ ಕಾರ್ಡಯನ್ುಾ ತೆಗ್ೆದುಕೊಂಡು ಬರುರ್ುದು ಕಡಾಾಯ. • ಗ್ರಂಥಾಲಯ ಸ್ದಸ್ಾತವ ಕಾರ್ಡಯನ್ುಾ ಯಾರ್ುದೆೇ ಕಾರಣಕೂೆ ರ್ಗ್ಾಯಹಸ್ುರ್ಂತಿಲಲ. • ಗ್ರಂಥಾಲಯ ಸ್ದಸ್ಾತವ ಕಾರ್ಡಯನ್ುಾ ಕಳೆದುಕೊಂಡಲಿಲ ತಕ್ಷಣ ಗ್ರಂಥಪಾಲಕರ ಗ್ಮನ್ಕೆೆ ತರುರ್ುದು. ನ್ಕಲು ಗ್ರಂಥಾಲಯ ಸ್ದಸ್ಾತವ ಕಾರ್ಡಯನ್ುಾ ಪಡೆಯಲು ಹೆಚ್ುುರ್ರ 20 ರೂಪಾಯಿಯನ್ುಾ ಪಾರ್ತಿಸಿ ನ್ಕಲು ಸ್ದಸ್ಾತವ ಕಾರ್ಡಯನ್ುಾ ಪಡೆಯಬಹುದು. • ಗ್ರಂಥಪಾಲಕರು ಪುಸ್ತಕಗ್ಳನ್ುಾ ಎರರ್ಲು ನಿೇಡುರ್/ನಿೇಡದಿರುರ್ ಸ್ಂಪೂಣಯ ಅಧಿಕಾರರ್ನ್ುಾ ಹೊಂದಿರುತಾತರೆ. • ವಿದಾಾರ್ಥಯಗ್ಳು ತಮಮ ಅಂತಿಮ ರ್ರ್ಯದ ಕೊನ್ೆಯಲಿಲ/ಅನಿವಾಯಯ ಕಾರಣಗ್ಳಿಂದ ಮಧ್ಾದಲಿಲ ಕಾಲೆೇಜು ಬಿಟ್ಟಲಿಲ ಕಡಾಾಯವಾಗಿ ಗ್ರಂಥಾಲಯದ ಸ್ದಸ್ಾತವ ಕಾಡಯನ್ುಾ ಹಂತಿರುಗಿಸಿ ಗ್ರಂಥಾಲಯದಿಂದ ಬೆೇ-ಬಾಕಿ ಪರಮಾಣ ಪತರರ್ನ್ುಾ (No-Due Certificate) ಪಡೆಯತಕೆದುು.
  7. 7. Library Opening Hours LIBRARY TIMINGS Monday to Friday 10.00 AM to 5.00 PM Saturday 10.00 AM to 3.00 PM Library Book Issue/Return Timings Monday to Friday 10.30 AM to 4.00 PM Saturday 10.30 AM to 1.30 PM During Examinations and vacation our college library functions as usual. Closed on Public Holidays
  8. 8. Library Collections • More than 22ooo Printed Volumes (Books) • Journals/Magazines • Newspapers • Electronic Resources (E-Journals) • Other items in various formats including government documents, Reference materials, Videos and more
  9. 9. Library Collections- Books (Printed Volumes) • Library has good collections of books on various branches of Knowledge • More than 22000 volumes of printed materials (books) • Student Book Ratio: 1:35
  10. 10. Number of Books Added to the Library in the Last Five Years 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 1199 1505 1598 47 876 NumberofBooks Years
  11. 11. Financial Expenditure on Purchasing Books in the Last Five Years Years General Books Books Purchased Under SC Grants Books Purchased Under ST Grants Total Number of Books Accession Number Amount Spent 2011-12 115 693 391 1199 17523-18721 159674.00 2012-13 - 1505 - 1505 18722-20226 210000.00 2013-14 150 924 524 1598 20227-21824 264978.00 2014-15 47 - - 47 21825-21871 7089.00 2015-16 - 638 238 876 22510-22747 155000.00 Total 312 3760 1153 5523 796741.00 Financial Expenditure details (As of 31st March 2016)
  12. 12. Total Library Collections (Printed Volumes) : Subject-Wise Distributions Sl. No. Subject-Wise Distributions of Books Number of Books Available in the Library Number of Titles 1 Commerce and Management 4616 897 2. Computer Science 284 87 3. Economics 2890 145 4. English Language and Literature 2200 985 5. General Studies 1437 710 6. Geography 173 24 7. History 3750 321 8. Kannada Language and Literature 3800 1393 9. Political Science 2200 235 10. Sociology 1397 92 Total 22747 4889
  13. 13. Bar Graph Depicting the Number of Books and Titles Available in the GFGC-Periyapatna Library 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 Commerce and Management Computer Science Economics English Language and Literature General Studies Geography History Kannada Language and Literature Political Science Sociology 4616 284 2890 2200 1437 173 3750 3800 2200 1397 897 87 145 985 710 24 321 1393 235 92 Numbers of Books/Titles Subjects
  14. 14. Library Collections- Journals/Magazines • Our Library Subscribes Good Number of Journals/Magazines • Total 16 journals/magazines are subscribing to the library at present • Importance has been given to journals which covers interdisciplinary subjects (i.e., Current Science, Economic and Political Weekly and Down to Earth)
  15. 15. Journals/Magazines Subscribed to the College Library
  16. 16. List of Journals/Magazines Subscribed SL No. Title Periodicity Subject Subscription Period Cost 1. Business Today Fortnightly Commerce Sept 2016 to Sept 2018 1995 2. Careers 360 Monthly Commerce 2014- Gratis 3. Current Science Fortnightly General Science July 2016 to July 2018 3000 4. Down to Earth Fortnightly Environmental Science July 2016 to July 2018 1190 5. Economic and Political Weekly Weekly Social Science July 2016 to July 2017 4200 6. Frontline Fortnightly Contemporary Issues July 2016 to July 2018 1800 7. Haruhu-Kuruhu ಅರುಹು-ಕುರುಹು Quarterly Kannada Sept 2016 to Sept 2021 1500 8. Hosathu (ಹೊಸ್ತು) Monthly Kannada Sept 2016 to Sept 2019 500 9. Krishimithra (ಕೃಷಿಮಿತರ) Monthly Agriculture Aug 2016 - Till We Cancel 360 (yearly) 10. Mayaura (ಮಯೂರ) Monthly Kannada Jan 2009- Till We Cancel 180 (yearly)
  17. 17. List of Journals/Magazines Subscribed Conti…SL No. Title Periodicity Subject Subscription Period Cost 11. Spardha Chithra ಸ್ಪರ್ಾಯ ಚೆೈತರ Monthly General Knowledge January 2009- Till We Cancel 360 (yearly) 12. Spardha Spurthi ಸ್ಪರ್ಾಯಸ್ೂಪತಿಯ Monthly General Knowledge January 2009- Till We Cancel 420 (yearly) 13. Sudha (ಸ್ುರ್ಾ) Weekly Kannada January 2009- Till We Cancel 960 (yearly) 14. Taranga (ತರಂಗ್) Weekly Kannada January 2009- Till We Cancel 720 (yearly) 15. Udyoga Varthe (ಉದೊಾೇಗ್ವಾತೆಯ) Fortnightly Employment News January 2009- Till We Cancel 240 (yearly) 16. Yojana (ಯೇಜನ್ಾ) Monthly Social Sciences & Humanities January 2014- Till We Cancel Gratis
  18. 18. Library Collections- Newspapers • Newspapers are the key source of information on current affairs • It helps one to keep abreast with current information • Help us to enhance our knowledge on various issues • Good Source of information on sports and Entertainment • Help us to cultivate reading habits • Help us to have snippets of latest developments in the field of science and technology
  19. 19. List of Newspapers Subscribed in the College Library SL. No. Name o f the Newspaper Numbers 1. Andolana ( ಆಂದೊೇಲನ್) 01 2. Deccan Herald 01 3. Kannada Prabha (ಕನ್ಾಡ ಪರಭ) 02 4. Mysore Mithra (ಮೈಸ್ೂರು ಮಿತರ) 01 5. Prajavani (ಪರಜಾವಾಣಿ) 02 6. Rajaydharma (ರಾಜಾ ಧ್ಮಯ) 01 7. The Hindu 01 8. The Times of India 01 9. Vijay Karnataka (ವಿಜಯ ಕನ್ಾಯಟ್ಕ) 02 10. Vijaya Vani (ವಿಜಯವಾಣಿ) 01 Total 13 English Newspapers- 03 Kannada Newspapers-07
  20. 20. Expenditure on Journals/Magazines and Newspapers Subscriptions SL No. Years Amount Spent on Subscribing Journals/Magazines Amount Spent on Subscribing Newspapers Total 1. 2011-12 4960 12803 17763 2. 2012-13 1544 10603 12147 3. 2013-14 1750 12009 13759 4. 2014-15 1907 15366 17273 5. 2015-16 1860 18325 20185 6. 2016-17 (As on Sept 2016) 14185 9585 23770 Total 26206 78691 104897
  21. 21. Library Collections-Electronic Resources (N-LIST) • GFGC Periyapatna Library is also has made provisions for its users to access electronic resources through INFLIBNET N-LIST Program • GFGC Periyapatna is part of the N-LIST Programme and has obtained the membership to access N-LIST Electronic Resources since June 2016
  22. 22. Library Collections-Electronic Resources Electronic Resource is nothing but which can be accessed by computer- in particular, via email, CD-ROM, or more commonly via the World Wide Web Because of currency (up to date information), convenience, relational mobility, low costs of contents libraries are making provisions for its users to access e-resources through purchase, subscription, consortia basis and freely available electronic resources
  23. 23. Full-Text E-Journals Accessible Through N-LIST SL No E-Resources Number of Journals Accessible Publishing Country 1. American Institute of Physics 18 USA 2. American Physical Institute 10 USA 3. Annual Reviews 33 USA 4. Cambridge University Press 224 UK 5. Economic & Political Weekly 01 India 6. Indian Journals 186 India 7. Institute of Physics 46 UK 8. JSTOR 2500 USA 9. Oxford University Press 206 UK 10. Royal Society of Chemistry 29 UK 11. HW Wilson 3075 USA Total 6328
  24. 24. E-Books Accessible Through N-LIST SL. No. E-Books Publishers/Vendors Number of Books Publishing Country 1. E-brary 124212 UK 2. Cambridge Books Online 1800 UK 3. EBSCO-Host NetLibrary 936 USA 4. Hindustan Book Agency 65 India 5. Institute of South East Asian Studies (ISEAS) Books 382 India 6. Oxford Scholarship Online 1402 UK 7. Springer e-book 2300 Germany 8. Taylor & Francis E-Book 1800 UK 9. Myilibrary-McGraw Hill 1124 USA 10. Sage Publications eBook 1000 UK 11. Open Access (Net Library) 3500 US Total 138521
  25. 25. Library Collections-Electronic Resources (CD-ROMs/DVDs) • The Library has a good collections of CD ROMs on various topics and also some of the movies of national and international acclaimed. • The library has almost 70 CDs/DVDs on various topics mainly film CDs/DVDs • Students can borrow the films available in CD ROMs from the library • Film CDs/DVDs are also used to screen in the computer lab or class rooms for students • Library is in the process to build a good collections of Academy Award and National Award winning films available in CDs/DVD format
  26. 26. Films (CDs/DVDs) Available in the College Library
  27. 27. Library Resources in a Nutshell SL No. Type of Resources In Numbers 1. Number of Books 22747 2. Number of Titles 4889 3. Reference Books (Includes dictionary/Encyclopaedia/Competitive examination books/Year Books, etc.) 1437 4. Number of Journals/Magazines 16 5. Newspapers 13 6. E-Resources Subscribed through N-LIST (E-Books + E-Journals) 138521+ 6328 7. CD-ROMs of Various Genre 68
  28. 28. Library Services Provides at the GFGC Periyapatna Following Library Services have been Providing for the students and teaching Community  Circulation Service  Reference Service  Book Bank Facilities  Question Bank Facilities  Over Night Borrowing Facilities for Faculty and Students  Photocopying and Printing Facilities  Library Orientation Program  Internet Facility  Career Guidance and Counselling For Students  Weeding Out Policy
  29. 29. Library Services: Circulation • The circulation desk in the college library performs following functions – Lending library books to the student and teaching staff – Returns and reservation of library books – Collecting user statistics (Patron Transactions) – Safeguarding library books from mutilation and damaging – Assisting students and teaching community at the circulation desk – Charging overdue fines
  30. 30. Library Services: Circulation (Lending Service for Students and Faculty) SL No Library Users Number of Books Issued Period 1 Students (First and Second Year) 3 Books 15 Days 2. Students (Final Year) 5 Books 15 Days 3. Teaching Community 05 Books 6 Months 4. Non-Teaching Staff 05 Books 6 Months
  31. 31. Library Services: Circulation (Single Card System for Borrowing Library Books)
  32. 32. Library Services: Circulation (User Statistics) 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 16000 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 9207 14354 14141 13314 11022 11261 NumberofBooks Years Year-Wise Book Borrowing Statistics in the Last Five Years An on average every day 125 lending (issue/Return) transactions will be made
  33. 33. Library Service: Reference Service • We are providing reference service for both faculty and students • Whenever there is a information need for students and faculty we are helping them to find and use it • We have a good collections of reference materials such as Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, Thesaurus, Yearbooks, General Studies Manuals, Atlases and Government documents etc. • The library has all the 36 volumes of Britannica Encyclopedia • Everyday an on average 120 students visits library reference and reading newspapers
  34. 34. Library Service: Reference Service (User Statistics) 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 16000 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 9207 14354 14141 13314 11022 11261 Number of Students and Teachers Visited Library for Reference and Newspaper Readings in the Last Five Years Years Library Reference Service for Teaching and Student Community
  35. 35. Library Service: Book Bank Facilities • Book bank facility is one of the important facilities for students coming from underprivileged sections of the society • GFGC-Periyapatna library provides book bank facilities for SC/ST students • Books will be issued at the beginning of the each semester and collects back after their completion of examinations. • Students who have come from underprivileged sections of the society have taken this benefit and excelled in their academics.
  36. 36. Library Service: Book Bank Facilities (User Statistics) SL No. Years Number of Students Obtained Book Bank Facilities Number of Books Issued for the SC/ST Students 1. 2011-12 277 831 2. 2012-13 248 744 3. 2013-14 250 750 4. 2014-15 199 597 5. 2015-16 185 555
  37. 37. Library Services-Question Banks (Old Question Papers for Reference) • Library has also made provisions for students to refer old question papers for preparing their examinations • Students are allowed to use old question papers from Monday to Friday between 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm. • The library preserves previous four years question papers. • Students are allowed to take the photocopy the question papers using their mobile phones • In certain occasions photocopy facility is provided for students • Planned to provide e-versions of the question papers in the coming days
  38. 38. Library Service: Over Night Borrowing Facilities for Faculty and Students • Library is extending over night borrowing facility for teaching and students community • This service is provided when the borrowing limits of the faculty and students exceeds. • The borrower has to return the books immediately after a day or two. • This facility helped many students and teachers when there is an urgent need of library materials.
  39. 39. Library Service: Photocopying and Printing Facilities • Photocopy facility is provided only for teaching community at present • The Library Utilizes Office Photocopy machine for this purpose at the present • In certain occasion photocopy facility is extended for students
  40. 40. Library Service: Library Orientation Program• Library orientation program is organized every year for new comers at the beginning of the academic year. • Following information will be provided for new comers in the library orientation program • Brief Introduction about libraries and why we need them • Brief information about our college and what are the course we run • Brief Information about the College Library • Student Introduction and Library Staff Introduction • What are the resource available for students in the library • How students can make use of Library Resources • How Library circulation system works, and how students can borrow their books, borrowing periods, renewal systems, overdue charges • Reference service for students • Library rules and regulations and other relevant information
  41. 41. • The computer attached to the librarian desk is having the Internet connection through College LAN • The computer system is used to access N-LIST and other electronic resources • The library staff is assisting students and faculty in identifying information on the web and also filling online applications for scholarships and jobs. Library Service: Internet Facility
  42. 42. Library Service: Career Guidance and Counselling for Students • The library is offering career guidance and counselling for students in its own way. • College library is subscribing Udyoga Varthe, Sparda Spurthi and Sparda Chaithra magazines which contains information on various job openings in government and other sectors. It is the pride of the library to document here that two of our students who had seek the career guidance in the year 2012 and 2014 have successfully excelled in their field.
  43. 43. Career Guidance and Counselling for Students: Success Stories Mr. Satish (2009-10 Batch Student) The Librarian Suggested to join Journalism and Mass Communication Course He obtained his masters in 2014 in the same subject and now he is a reporter for well known Kannada Daily Newspaper Mr. Satish (20011-12 Batch Student) Was keen to get into film Industry The librarian helped him to identify well known film schools in Bangalore and also suggested him to Join Adarsh Film Institute in Bangalore. He completed one year course in Film Direction and now working as a associate director in Television Media (Kannada Serial Industry)
  44. 44. Library Service: Weeding Out Policy • The Library does not have a separate written policy on weeding off library books • However we follow the guidelines and rules enacted for the Department of Collegiate Education with regard to disposal of old and unused books in the library • Every year at the time of stock verification, brittle, old and unused books will be identified and prepare a subject-wise report with cost analysis and write off the same in consultation with the library advisory committee
  45. 45. Library Best Practices
  46. 46. Library Best Practices ( Library Automation or Computerization) Library automation is the use of data processing machines (computer) to carry out traditional library activities such as acquisitions, cataloguing, circulation, serial control and other library related activities. • The Library automation work is under process (Data entry is going on) • The Library is using E-Granthalaya 4.0 ILMS which is hosted on the cloud • The library software is developed by National Informatics Centre (NIC), New Delhi • At present the library OPAC of GFGC Periyapatna is searchable with limited number of documents • In the due course of time complete searchable Web OPAC will be made available.
  47. 47. GFGC-Periyapatna Web OPAC Search Interface of E-Granthalaya ILMS
  48. 48. Library Best Practices (Book Exhibitions) • Libraries play an important role in cultivating reading habits through various means. • One of the easiest and best ways is to organize book exhibitions • GFGC-Periyapatna library has been organizing book exhibitions with various book vendors at the college premises SL No. Years Book Vendors Participated in the Exhibition Date 01 2011-12 Global Agencies, Mysore 23-01-2012 02 2012-13 Global Agencies, Mysore 28-09-2012 04 2013-14 Mysore Book House, Mysore 22-10-2013 05 2015-16 Global Agencies, Mysore 26-08-2015 Book Exhibitions Organized in the College Premises
  49. 49. Book Exhibitions Organized in the College Premises
  50. 50. Best Practices (Organizing interdisciplinary talks/speeches ) • This is one of the Unique aspects of the GFGC-Periyapatna library • The Library has been organizing various interdisciplinary talks in collaboration with other Departments Following Talks/Speeches have been organized in the last two years
  51. 51. Talks/Speeches Organized at the College by the Library SL No. Title of the Talk/Lecture Resource Persons Date in which the program was conducted 01 “Is Tobacco Good for Human Consumption?” (“ತಂಬಾಕು ಮನ್ುರ್ಾರಗ್ೆ ಅರ್ಶಾವೆೇ?”) Sri. Vasanth Kumar Mysoremath, Convener, Anti-Tobacco Forum (ATF), Mysuru 30-03-2015 02 “Farmers Suicide and Remedial Measures” “ರೆೈತರ ಆತಮಹತೆಾ ಮತುತ ಪರಹಾರ ಸಾಧ್ಾತೆಗ್ಳು” Dr. B.J. Vijay Kumar Social Activist Sri. Subramanaya President, Taluk Journalists Association, Periyapatna 28-09-2015 03 “Our Lakes” “ನ್ಮೂಮರ ಕೆರೆಗ್ಳು" Sri. Naveen Kumar, Reporter, Vijay Karnataka Daily Newspaper, Periyapatna 26-09-2016
  52. 52. Best Practices (Display of Unique Images) • This is another unique practice that is being implemented in the library • Pictures or paintings can ignite new ideas or imagination • In order to create or encourage our students to develop the aesthetics of images the college library posts/displays images (photos/paintings) of various kinds in its notice board every fortnight. • This has attracted the attention of our students
  53. 53. Best Practices Display of New Arrivals • The college library displays new arrivals as and when new books are procured to the library. • There is a separate display rack put in place in the library to display new arrivals.
  54. 54. Best Practices Newspaper Clippings • The GFGC Periyapatna library collects news items of significance to the students and teaching staff • Newspaper clippings will be displayed it in the notice board library notice board • Newspaper clippings will be preserved for future reference
  55. 55. Best Practices Librarian’s Day Celebrations • Library is organizing various programmes to celebrate librarian’s day in the college • In the last two years following programs have been organized in the college on the occasion of librarian’s day SL .No. Librarians Day Celebrations Date in which the program was conducted 01 Special Lecture on “Book Culture” (Resource Person: Dr. Satish Chandra, Associate Professor, Govt. First Grade College, Saligrama) 26-08-2015 02 Organized Quiz Competition for Students 12-08-2016
  56. 56. Best Practices Receiving Suggestions and Feedback • We at the GFGC-Periyapatna library have the practice of interacting with students to improve the existing facilities • Whenever students approach us for purchasing new titles, the library has given at most importance to procure the titles • Library receives feedback from outgoing students by interacting with them • Now formal suggestion box have been put in place to receive suggestions and feedback from students and teaching community
  57. 57. Future Plan • Introducing Complete Library Computerized System • Introducing Best Library User Award • Developing Unique Information Centre on Tobacco • Organizing programs on online information literacy • Developing digital repository of Scholarly publications and Question banks
  58. 58. Library Staff Details Name Designation Educational Qualification Vasantha Raju N. Librarian MLISc, Ph.D. Salahuddin Ayubi Library Assistant BA, MLISc
  59. 59. Research Profile of the Librarian (as seen in Google Scholar)
  60. 60. PHOTOS OF EVENTS AND EXHIBITS Library Resources in a Snapshot-1
  61. 61. Library Resources in a Snapshot-2
  62. 62. Library Resources in a Snapshot-3
  63. 63. Students and Faculty Reading Newspapers and Magazines
  64. 64. Library Orientation Program for 2016-17 Batch Students
  65. 65. Interdisciplinary Talks Organized By the Department of Library-1 Special Lecture: “Is Tobacco Good For Human Consumption” Sri Vasanthkumar Mysoremath, Anti-Tobacco Crusader Speaking about the Ill Effects of Tobacco Consumption.
  66. 66. Newspaper Clippings of the Program “Is Tobacco Good for Human Consumption” Appeared in The Hindu National Daily
  67. 67. Interdisciplinary Talks Organized By the Department of Library-2 Special Lecture on “Farmers Suicide and Remedial Measures”
  68. 68. Newspaper Report of the Librarian’s Day Celebrated in the College on 26-08-2015 Prof. Satish Chandra Spoke on the topic “Book Culture” on this occasion
  69. 69. Interdisciplinary Talks Organized By the Department of Library-3 Special Lecture on “Our Lakes” on the Occasion of Teacher’s Day
  70. 70. Librarians speaking at the Sri. Devraj Urs Govt. First Grade College- Hunsur on the topic “ Electronic Resources for Teachers and Students” Librarian Creating Awareness About Farmers Suicide at the Taluk Kannada Shitaya Sameeela
  71. 71. Research Awards Received - Librarian
  72. 72. Librarians' Research Publications (Journal Articles Up to 2010) 2016 • Facebook Posts and Lotka’s Law. With N.S. Harinarayana, and Anjum Kousar, and Sunil, M. V. SRELS Journal of Information Management, 53 (2). ISSN 0972-2467 2015 • Re-examining the location of library web objects: A study of library websites (Special issue on Library Websites and Portals). With N.S. Harinarayana. KELPRO Bulletin, 19(1), 54-67. ISSN: 0975-4911. 2013 • Current trends in Webometrics research (Special issue on Scientometrics). With N.S. Harinarayana. SRELS Journal of Information Management. 50(5), 657-665.ISSN:0972-2467. (Refereed Journal)Cited 01 times (Google Scholar) • How does UGC identify predatory journals [Correspondence].Current Science, 104(11), 1461. ISSN: 0011- 3891(Refereed Journal). Impact factor: 0.935Cited 04 times (Google Scholar) 2012 • Citation analysis of publications of LIS teachers in South India. With N.S. Harinarayana. Information Studies, 18(3), 143-161. ISSN: 0971-6726. (Refereed Journal)Cited 02 times (Google Scholar) 2011 • A study of citation accuracy in psychology theses submitted to the University of Mysore. With N.S. Harinarayana & Chikkamanju. Annals of Library and Information Studies, 58(4), 326-335. ISSN: 0011-3891. (Refereed Journal) 2010 • Libraries, journals and publishers: A response [correspondence]. Current Science, 99(6), 711. ISSN: 0011-3891. Impact factor: 0.935 • Web 2.0 features in university library websites. With N.S. Harinarayana. The Electronic Library, 28(1), 69-88. Impact Factor:0.486 Cited 122 times (Google Scholar) ISSN: 0264-0473. (Refereed Journal)
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