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Title: DEPARTMENTAL PROFILE


1
DEPARTMENTAL PROFILE
  • of
  • LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE

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DEPARTMENTAL PROFILE OF LIBRARY ANDINFORMATION
SCIENCEP.V.K.N. Govt. College, Chittoor
  • Brief History
  • The department of Library was started in the year
    1961 with 800 books and 5 periodicals, and a
    Lecturer was kept in charge of the library.
    Later six qualified librarians have served and
    retired in this department. At present there are
    56323 Under Graduate documents and 1687 Post
    Graduate Books 350 CDs/DVDs and 31 periodicals
    with one qualified librarian, three record
    assistants, and two attenders are serving the
    students as well as faculty. The library is
    centrally located in the college in order to
    provide easy access to the Users.

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AIMS OBJECTIVES
  • To provide Books, Journals and Information
    services to the students and staff members.
  • To pursue knowledge coupled with skills by
    reading Books Journals.
  • To develop personality, character and
    self-discipline by providing with good books and
    periodicals.
  • To inculcate research aptitude and to cultivate
    scientific outlook

4
BUILTUP AREA OF THE DEPARTMENT 350 Squire
Meters.
  • Book section 276 sq. meters. Consisting of
    Arts, Commerce, Sciences, Languages and reference
    books with Reading Tables and Chairs.
  • Periodical section 74 sq. meters. Consisting of
    News papers, Magazines, Journals Year wise
    bound University old question papers with Reading
    Tables and chairs accommodating 40 persons at a
    time.

5
MEMBERSHIP
  • All the Under Graduate, Post Graduate Students
    All Teaching and Non-Teaching staff are Members
    of our Library.

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FACULTY PROFILE ADEQUACY AND COMPETENCY OF
FACULTY
S. No Names Designation Qualification Teaching experience
1 P. Ravi Librarian MLISC., PGDLAN 21 years
2 VACANT Librarian
3 V. Ananda Naidu Recored Assistant B.A 18 years
4 Smt. S. Sarala Kumari Recorad Assistant B.A 14 years
6 C. Lakshmi Attender 7 years
7 G. Vasu Attender B.A 7 years
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LEARNING RESOURCES OFTHE DEPARTMENT
S. No Details Number
1 Total books in the library 56323
2 Systems 06
3 Network facility LAN 01
4 Dailies 10
5 Weeklies/Monthlies 15
6 Journals 16
7 CDs/DVD 350
8 Databases 20
9 Audio visual resources 03
10 Book bank 7311
11 NAAC publications 02
12 Copies from central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore 70
13 Central Hindi Directorate Books 920
14 Gift Books 620
15 Back Volume 155
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SUBJECT WISE BOOKS
S.No SUBJECT NO. OF BOOKS
1 TELUGU 6230
2 HINDI 1813
3 SANSKRIT 739
4 ENGLISH 5016
5 URDU 962
6 TAMIL 2134
7 COMMERCE 6640
8 ADVT. SALAES MANAGEMENT 120
9 TAXATION 88
10 HISTORY 2010
11 ECONOMICS 2460
12 STATISTICS 1129
13 POLITICAL SCIENCE 1802
14 POST GRADUATE BOOKS 1687
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SUBJECT WISE BOOKS
15 HINDI SAHITYA ACADEMY BOOKS 712
16 GENARAL KNOLOGE AND REFERENCE 4829
17 GIFT BOOKS 1040
18 COMPUTER SCIENCE 1647
19 MICROBIOLOGY 316
20 BIOCHEMISTRY 201
21 PHYSICS 3144
22 MATHEMATICS 2705
23 CHEMISTRY 2630
24 BOTANY 3185
25 ZOOLOGY 2776
26 BIO TECHNOLOGKY 308
TOTAL 56323
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LIST OF PERIODICALS SUBCRIBED
  • NEWS PAPERS
  • ENGLISH
  • THE HINDU
  • THE HANS INDIA
  • DECCAN CHRONICLE
  • BUSINESS LINE
  • BUSINESS STANDARD
  • TAMIL
  • DINAMALAR
  • TELUGU

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MAGAZINES WEEKLIES/FORTNIGHTLIES/MONTHLIES
  • THE WEEK
  • EMPLOYMENT NEWS
  • UNIVERISITY NEWS
  • TELUGU VIDHARTHI
  • READERS DIGEST
  • SPORTS STAR
  • INDIA TODAY (ENGLISH)
  • INDIA TODAY (TELUGU)
  • CAREER AND COMPETIOTION CHRONICL
  • FRONTLINE
  • ANDHRA PRADESH
  • COMPETITION SUCCESS REVIEW
  • UDYOGA SOPANAM
  • PRATIYOGITA KIRAN

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JOURNALS
  1. ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL WEEKLY
  2. THE VEDANTHA KESARI
  3. DIGIT(COMPUTER JOURNAL)
  4. INDIAN JOURNAL OF FINANCE
  5. INDIAN JOURNAL OF MARKETING
  6. INDIAN JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT
  7. BUSINESS VISION (MANAGEMENT AND BUSINESS JOURNAL)
  8. BUSINESS TODAY
  9. CURENT SCIENCE
  10. PRAMANA (A JOURNAL OF PAHYSICS)
  11. YOJANA (ENGLISH)
  • SRI RAMAKRISHA PRABHA
  • COMPUTER ERA
  • ANDARIKE AYURVEDHAM
  • VIJETHA COMPETITION
  • CAREERS 360

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AMOUNT SPENT ON BOOKS AND PERIODICALS DURING THE
PERIOD OF 2004-11TOTAL AMOUNT- 6,49,498
Year Amount spent on books Rs Amount spent on periodical Rs Grand Total Rs
2003-04 1,01,140 15,771 1,16,911
2004-05 33,701 29,065 62,766
2005-06 23,071 11,866 34,937
2006-07 1,52,878 12,725 1,75,603
2007-08 1,56,660 13,007 1,69,667
2008-09 20,659 17,609 38,268
2009-10 4,60,911 15101 476012
2010-11 10084 27431 37,515
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WORKING HOURS Of THE DEPARTMENT
  • 9 AM. To 5 PM. On all working days

15
LIBRARY ACCESSIBILITY
  • OPEN ACCESS SYSTEM is being followed. Books are
    kept on open shelves. This makes possible for a
    reader to approach the needed book directly and
    handle personally without barrier. A user can
    browse amongst the world of books in the Open
    access system. Readers have better chances of
    choosing the right book than merely consulting a
    catalogue.

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TIME TABLE FOR ISSUE AND RETURN OF BOOKS TO
STUDENTS
DAYS ISSUES RETURENS
MONDAY III BA, BCom., B.Sc, M.Com, M.Sc, MA ALL STUEDENTS
TUESDAY II BA, B.Com B.Sc ALL STUEDENTS
WEDNESDAY I BA, B.Com B.Sc ALL STUEDENTS
THURSDAY III BA, B.Com, B.Sc MA., M.Com., M.Sc. Students ALL STUEDENTS
FRIDAY II BA, B.Com B.Sc ALL STUEDENTS
SATURDAY I BA, B.Com B.Sc ALL STUEDENTS
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ISSUE RETURN OF BOOKS/JOURNALS TO STAFF
  • On all Working Days to All Members

18
LIBRARY USERS STATISTICS
1 Average No. of faculty visiting the library / day (average for the last five years) 30
2 Average No. of students visiting the library / day (average for the last five years ) 700
3 Average No. of issue returns to students Faculty / day average for the last five years 300
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SCHEME OF CLASSIFICATION
  • Usually classification determines the right place
    of a book on shelf. Classification brings an
    order out of chaos.
  • All the books in the library are classified and
    arranged in a systematic order by following Dewy
    Decimal Classification 18th Edition.
  • THE 10 MAIN CLASSES OF D.D.C.
  • 000 GENERALITIES
  • 100 PHILOSOPHY AND RELATED DISCIPLINES
  • 200 RELIGION
  • 300 THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
  • 400 LANGUAGES
  • 500 PURE SCIENCES
  • 600 TECHNOLOGY (APPLIED SCIENCES)
  • 700 THE ARTS
  • 800 LITERATURE
  • 900 GENERAL GEOGRAPHY HISTORY

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SHELF LISTING
  • Subject wise and Class wise separate shelf lists
    are prepared and maintained in order to
    facilitate easy identification and location of
    books on shelves

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CATALOGUING
  • OPAC On Line Public Access Catalogue is made
    available to the users. It is user friendly
    and enables the user to search the bibliographic
    details with ease and speed. It allows searching
    by Author Title, Subject, Call number, Keywords
    and Boolean search, besides in case of power
    failure we are also maintaining card catalogue
    cabinet for the benefit of library

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LIBRARY SERVICES
  • Information Service The library is offering the
    information service to the users using the
    printed and electronic resources and equipment
    Access of E-Journals is also available to users
    through the U.G.C. INFLIBNET center.
  • Internet facility The library is offering
    Internet browsing facility for E Learning and
    for referring free E- Journals to the users.
  • Current awareness services Latest information or
    published literature on particular subject of
    internet is provided for the library users.
    Latest issues of periodicals are kept for the
    reference purpose. Costly and important articles
    from journals are downloaded through internet and
    kept for the use of our readers.
  • Reprographic Services Copies of the books which
    can not be lent out, articles from the
    periodicals and information down loaded from the
    internet are supplied to the needed users through
    Xerox copies.
  • Reference services Library is helping the users
    in finding simple facts like whether a particular
    book, CD/DVD, information is available or not in
    this library.

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LIBRARY SERVICES
  • Career guidance Career Guidance service is also
    provided in the library for our students as well
    as other students who are approaching our library
    through News Paper Clippings, Internet
    downloading and displaying the same on the Notice
    Boards.
  • Library Automation The Library is partially
    Automated. LAN limited area net work is created
    among all the departments of the college. One
    can know the information regarding the collection
    of library books and journals from any corner of
    the college. SOUL Software for University
    libraries developed by INFNET Center is
    installed. Six computer systems are installed
    for Server client set up. Desk Top Ink Jet
    Printer and Dot Matrix Printer are provided for
    giving printouts, of the information needed by
    the students. Internet with Broadband connection
    is kept for library users.
  • Databases of library books, periodicals students
    and staff are created and updated on regular
    basis.
  • Books are circulated through computers based on
    the SOUL software.

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EQUIPMENT FURNITURE
  • There are sufficient Book stacks, Reading Tables,
    Chairs, Lights, Fans and Exhaust Fans in the book
    section as well as in the periodical section for
    comfortable sitting and Reading. Six computers
    are available with LAN connectivity for providing
    Library Automation services (with SOUL operation)
    and for Internet facility for E-learning to the
    Users

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RECORDS MAINTAINED
  • Departmental Profile
  • Individual Profiles
  • Library Staff Attendance Registers
  • Students visitors Registers
  • Staff Visitors Registers
  • Library Advisory committee Resolutions Register
  • Central Accession Registers Volume I V
  • Book Bank Accession Register
  • Gift Books Accession Register
  • Subject wise Catalogue Registers
  • Subject Wise Shelf Lists of all subjects
  • Departmental Stock Registers
  • Periodicals Accession Register
  • Periodicals Issue Returns Registers
  • Registers for Issue and Return of Books to
    Students
  • Registers for Issue and Return of books To
    Faculty
  • Reference service Registers
  • UGC. Bills Registers

  • Govt. Bills Registers
  • Book Bank Bills Registers
  • Special Fee Bills Registers
  • Furniture Registers
  • Dispatch Register
  • Consumable Articles Registers
  • Students defaulters Registers
  • Cost Recovered Books Register
  • Students No Dues issue Register
  • Book Binding Register
  • Career guidance Material
  • Register for the outgoing students who secured
    jobs

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FILES MAINTANED
  1. Library charge handing over and taking over files
  2. Circular files
  3. Binding files
  4. Book bank Grants files
  5. Govt. Grants files
  6. UGC. Grants files
  7. Special. Fee Grants files
  8. Periodicals subscription files
  9. Condemnation files
  10. Defaulters files
  11. Stationary files
  12. Inspection files both A.G. Govt.
  13. Library Administration files
  14. Paper clippings
  15. Students staff Nominal role files

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Participation of teachers in academic and
personal counseling of students
  • The department has downloaded the SV University
    UG / PG syllabus for the academic use of students
    faculty. The department has bound the
    University old question papers and kept in the
    library for the academic benefit of students
    faculty.
  • Details of Faculty Development Programmers and
    Teachers who have been benefited during the past
    five years
  • Sri P. Ravi Librarian has attended a UGC granted
    32nd Orientation course conducted at UGC
    Administrative staff college in JNTU Hyderabad
    from 18-3-2013 to 18-04-2013.

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Participation/ contribution of Teachers to the
academic activities including teaching,
Consultancy and research
  • The Library Advisory Committee is constituted
    comprising the Head of the Institution as Chair
    Person, librarian as Convener, six senior faculty
    members as members and two student
    representatives. The Library Advisory Committee
    is an advisory body and approves the budget
    allocation for the purchase of books and journals
    for various departments, it places purchase
    orders after obtaining price quotations and after
    the approval of comparative statement by the
    principal.
  • The Library follows the Open Access System to all
    students and faculty.
  • All books in the library were classified and
    catalogued.
  • The library is partially automated With SOUL
    Software designed by INFLIBNET and supplied by
    the CCE.AP.Hyd.
  • During 2010-2014 a sum of Rs. 8,25,229/- was
    spent towards purchase of text books, reference
    books, journals / periodicals and books useful to
    the students for appearing for academic and
    competitive examinations.

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Collaboration with other departments /
institutions at the State, National and
International levels, and their outcome during
the past two Years
  • The department of Library and Information Science
    is in constant touch with the department, S.V
    University Library Tirupati INFLIB NET Centre
    at Ahemedabad for implementing Library
    Automation.

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Priority areas for Research and details of the
ongoing projects, important and noteworthy
publications of the faculty, during the past two
years.
  • The department has assisted some of the staff
    members of this college and other colleges who
    have done their M. Phil. Ph.D and UGC Minor
    Research projects by providing reference books,
    journals, Internet downloaded information and
    reprographic services

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Placement,record of the past students and the
contribution of the department to aid student
placements
  • The Department has collected the career guidance
    material and notifications of competitive
    examinations from news papers and magazines,
    displayed and kept in the library for the benefit
    of students.

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Plan of action of the department for the next
five years
  • The department proposed to
  • Subscribe more number of e-journals.
  • Establishment of digital library.
  • Trials for construction of separate library
    building.
  • Introduce a certificate course in Library and
    Information science
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