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Title: Progress of libraries in free India
Authors: Gidwani, N. N
Datta, Bimal Kumar
Naidu, R. Sreepathy
Mittal, R. L
Misra, Jatadhari
Dixit, K. B
Bannerjee, B. N
Gupta, K. B
Kulkarni, P. D
Korulla, O. M
Sharma, D. C
Ohdedar, A. K
Sengupta, Benoyendra
Pandya, N. I
Sharma, Jagdish S.
Barua, Dipak Kumar
Bhargava, G. D
Trehan, G. L
Dwivedi, K. P
Ali, Muzaffar
Babel, L. S
Brahmo, Sudhir
Bhagi, Manohar Lal
Banerjea, P. K
Ram, Dhani
Kalbhor, N. R
Chatterjee, Amitabha
Keywords: Library documentation service to social science research
University libraries in India
Role of the librarian in planning the library building
Objectives of teaching of library science in India
Library science and libraries in India
Problems and prospects of library associations in India
Organisation of indexing systems
Librarian- A profile
Care of the books
Documentation services
Progress of libraries in free India
Bibliographical organisation and control: The Indian scheme
Legal deposit and libraries in free India
Osmania university library, Hyderabad
A peep into reality
Problems of personnel administration in libraries
Some aspests of university libraries of India
From library to library service
Chandigrah with new public libraries
Library- A source of wisdom
Indian university library development
The national problem of bibliographical control
Role of maps in library science
Role of public library in adult education of tomorrow
Some observation on library education in India
Art libraries- Their need and functions
Build leadership, build libraries
National libraries- Their scope, structure and functions
Issue Date: 16-Dec-2013
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