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Authors: Acharya, Pramila
Advisor(s): Mr.Bhim Dhoj Shrestha
Issue Date: 2019
Keywords: University Libraries
Dissertation-Academic Libraries
Pages: 61
Abstract: This thesis entitled "Users' study of M.Phil library of education faculty" has been carried out as one of the requirement for the degree of Master of Arts in Library and Information Science, Tribhuvan University. The main objective of this study is to find out the satisfaction of users in M. Phil library of faculty of education at Kirtipur. In the course of literature review nine empirical and theoretical literatures related to this topic have been reviewed. This research focused on the study of users' satisfaction in M.Phil library of education. The population has been selected from M. Phil library students and research scholars. To explore the opinion of respondents, questionnaires' related with different area of library were developed. Respondents were selected using random selection method. Questionnaire was filled up by 25 users (they are also regarded as respondents). After the data collection, collected data were analyzed and presented in tables. Textbooks and reference books are the interested field of the users which are followed by research journals and magazines. The majority of users expressed their opinion that the M.Phil library lacks sufficient collection that meets their needs and facing problems in M.Phil library. At the same, users of M.Phil library expressed their opinion that there are different problems. Mostly users felt that the existing opening hours of the library is inconvenience. Finally, the summary of the work with finding and some recommendations have been presented. The recommendations included improved internet access more number and varieties reference books and journals, electronics resources and other facilities. Library should provide effective orientation to the new users.
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