My friend working as an Assistant Librarian on contract basis. In that Library, he does all the work for example purchase books, journals, magazines ebooks, database, etc. He had some supporting staff i.e. Library information Assistant, MTS, scavengers, etc.

My friend worked in a contract position. So, he gets a signature from the faculty In-charge Library, (He is a law faculty permanent, but do not have a library science background or Library Science as a programme).

In this situation who is the head of the library.

Whether faculty in charge/ Assistant Librarian.

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In this case, Faculty In-charge is the head of the library. Although he is not a  librarian he is signing authority. In some cases (Universities) where there is a Librarian post-vacant, Vice-Chancellor has not appointed any Professor as Honorary Librarian or Incharge Librarian. In that case Asst. Librarian/Deputy Librarian may be signing authority as In-charge Librarian/Acting Librarian. 


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