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At 12:06 on August 27, 2016, Neeta D. Gundawar said…

Request to participate in the survey.

I will be thankful if you share your e-mail id and university name.

Waiting  for early & positive response.

 

Neeta D. Gundawar

K-11, Dadlani Park,

Pipe Line Road,

Balkum, Thane (W)

 

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am a Doctoral student in SHPT School of Library Science, SNDT University, Mumbai. My Faculty Guide is Dr.Sushama Powdwal, Former University Librarian and Head of SHPT School of Library Science, SNDT Women's University, Mumbai. 

My topic for research is ‘A Survey of Green Libraries in India.’

This study is being conducted to understand the concept of green library and to find out the green quotient of Indian libraries.

This questionnaire contains 2 sections and will take approximately 25 minutes to complete.

Your participation in this study is completely voluntary. Please be assured that the information provided by you would be used for Academic Purpose only.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the questionnaire or the study, please feel free to contact me on my mobile (09699505924) or e-mail(neeta.gundawar@gmail.com.) All inquiries will be kept in strictest confidence.

For the purpose of this study, the following operational definition of green library is used:

“A library which follows the eco-friendly practices in all its activities is calleda green library.

Eco friendly practices include-

  1. Implementation of Reduce, Reuse and Recycle policy.
  2. Creation of zero garbage system.
  3. Creation of paperless work environment.
  4. Planning for sustainable development.
  5. Propaganda of saving nature through library activities.
  6. A library built and run with environmental concern in mind; they are part of the larger green building movement. Sustainable development, as defined by the Brudent Land Commission {1987} is ‘development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.’
  7. Green libraries are those which seek to minimize the negative and maximize the positive effects the building will have on the local environment, users and economy.”

I earnestly request you to complete the Questionnaire and click at the SUBMIT button within 15 days. I will sincerely appreciate your co-operation in this regard. 

Thanking You in Anticipation.

Yours truly,

Neeta Gundawar.

Mo. - 9699505924

E-mail – neeta.gundawar@gmail.com

 

Note-

Glossary -

  1. Library building – The term library building refers to building where the library is located.
  2. Green initiatives – Any activity or design which minimises the damage to environment or allows us to use the natural resources in best possible way.
  3. Universal access –Reachable or obtainable by all including differently able persons and senior citizens and universal access can be assured through universal design.
  4. Energy efficiency – Indicates using less energy to provide same service.
  1. Waste management program–Encompasses management of collection, transportation, disposal or recycling and monitoring of waste material for proper handling.

I've invited you to fill out the form A Survey of Green Libraries in India. To fill it out, visit:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1c3A6GSQK8Jy6dDrBKBvVzK3qIsAnnNLlynyxBGeQzeQ/viewform?usp=send_form

 

At 9:16 on May 27, 2013, Deepak Sharma said…

ITM University Gurgaon Library and Information Resource Center in collaboration with

Society for Library Professionals (SLP) and

Special Library Associations-Asian Chapter (SLA)

is proudly announcing the

 

National Conference

On

“Excellence in Academic Libraries: Vision for Future”

(EIAL-2013)

 

 

Conference Date: 19th October, 2013

Objective of the Conference

 

Libraries are the backbone of any organization. In academic environment, the library is called “Heart of the organization”. The success of any academic organization mainly depends on the services and information provided by the libraries. The theme “Excellence in Academic Libraries: Vision for Future” is very vibrant because users now-a-days are showing very mature approach and the queries can not be answered without excellence. Excellence is required in every area of libraries. The goal of the conference is to bring together librarians, information engineers, educators as well as experts and professionals in other related fields to exchange ideas and share research findings about excellence in libraries and come up with Vision for future for achieving the excellence in libraries.

Venue:

Conference Hall,

ITM University, Sector 23A,

HUDA, Gurgaon-122017

91124-2365811, 919015433756, www.itmindia.edu

Themes

 

Original papers in English are invited on a theme related to those mentioned below. A national review panel will review the papers based on originality of the work, quality and relevance to the main theme of the conference. Peer reviewed and accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. The conference proceedings will be published by Aakar Books, New Delhi as an edited book with ISBN.

  • International library standards for achieving excellence
  • Best practices of Total Quality Management (TQM) in Libraries
  • Information communication technology (ICT) and libraries
  • Library management systems (LMS) and digital libraries initiatives.
  • Content and knowledge management in libraries
  • E-Resources management
  • LIS curriculum development
  • Resource sharing among libraries for achieving excellence
  • Marketing of Library and Information science products
  • Security issues in libraries
  • Social networking sites and libraries
  • Emerging technologies and their impact on library and information services
  • Best practices of library services
  • Cloud computing applications in libraries
  • Human Resource Management of Libraries
  • Best practices of Management of Electronic Resource
  • Role of Governments in LIS development: International & National Scenario
  • Any other theme related to the main theme of the conference

Guidelines for Paper Submission

The Paper should be sent in Times New Roman format with one and a half spacing and 12 font sizes with 1 inch along both sides. The length of the paper should not exceed 5000 words. The paper should be sent to eial2013ggn@gmail.com

 

 

Submission of full paper: August 2nd, 2013

 

Notification of acceptance with reviewers’ comments: August 17th, 2013

 

Submission of the final paper: August 30th, 2013

Registration Fee: 
Rs. 500/- per Delegate    
(This includes conference kit, Tea and Lunch).

Payment Details:

Registration fee can be pai

At 12:57 on March 14, 2013, Anil Kumar pal said…

what are you doingSir  please give me detail Brosser soft copy according to softe ware. my emailI.D-anil.srirambschool@gmail.com

At 10:07 on December 22, 2012, Anil Kumar pal said…

mr surendra kumar pal  how are you please  give me good information  in the library science . i am very happy  i found to your mane in lislink .com  sir i want good serveces in gov  department. 

your faithfully 

anil kumar pal  librarian in greater noida mob  no -9458668844

At 12:36 on August 28, 2012, jems kumar said…

hello dear

    h r u ?

At 9:55 on August 1, 2012, ROHIT PAUL said…
Hi Mr Surendra u give very useful information through LIS link its good and I appreciate it u r doing a good job my self Rohit Paul & I am working with Indus International School Hyderabad see u
At 12:21 on July 21, 2012, JAYASUNDARI A said…

Thanks for all your posts sir. It is informative.

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