India's First and Largest Social Network for Library Professionals
The Young Librarian Association [YLA] was founded in the year 2008. It was registered under the MP Society Registration Act 1973 in 23rd March 2010.
Aim and objective to contribute to the professional and career development of all library personnel by conducting workshops and arranging programs. It also engage in library science education and the improvement in the training of libraries across India. To encourage and advocate for the interests of professionals and the all libraries and improvement in the status and conditions of services of librarians and promote the study, research, and dissemination of information relevant to Indian librarianship. Promotion of bibliographical study and research in library science. To foster cooperation and communication among the members of YLA, the Library community, other library organizations, and other associations. To support and protect intellectual freedom in the libraries. Affiliation of the State and other library association with Young Librarian Association and co-operation with International Organisation with same objectives. To acknowledge and honor the achievements of library personnel. Promotion of library movement and Improvement in library services in all its aspects in India. Publication of bulletins periodicals, books, etc. which will tend to the realization of the objectives of the Association. Establishment of libraries, documentation and information centres and assistance in their establishment and working promotion of appropriate library legislation in India. Promotion as well as formulation of standards, norms, guidelines, etc. for management of library and information systems and services; and carrying out all such other things those is incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above mentioned objectives.
YLA headquarter is located in : No. 86, Sami Manzil, Near Mosque, Haneef Colony, Berasia Road, Karond, Bhopal [Madhya Pradesh] INDIA. – 462 038.
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