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Indian Journal of Library and Information Science

Volume  7, Issue 2, May-Aug 2013, Pages 183-190


Review Article

Assessment of Library Services Delivery in Textile Engineering Institute Libraries of Haryana
Chetan Sharma, Rajinder Kumar
*Assistant Librarian, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi, **Librarian, Panipat Institute of Textile & Engineering, Panipat Haryana.
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Textile engineering is one of the least popular branches of engineering in compare to other such as computer science, information technology, electronic science engineering etc. Haryana an agriculture based state of India has only two textile engineering institutes. The aim of the study was for users to estimate the performance of textile engineering institute libraries of Haryana, and find out the user preferences for library services. A survey of users from the Technological Institute of Textile and Sciences (TITS) and Panipat Institute of Textile & Engineering (PITE) libraries is conducted. The results show that majority of the respondents rate good to the library services (inter library loan, photocopy & reference) in both Institute Libraries. 

Keywords: Information services; Library users; Service delivery; User studies; Textile engineering. 

Corresponding Author : Chetan Sharma