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Title: CDLIS Bulletin
Authors: Nyaichyai, Lila
Manandhar, Nira
Gautam, Sarita
Poudel, Monika
Ale, Aradhana
Shrestha, Sabina
Maharjan, Shrijana
Acharya, Sumitra
Koirala, Saraswoti
Karki, Renu
Citation: CDLIS Bulletin (2024). CDLIS Bulletin. Vol.3 Issue 1. Central Department of Library and Information Science, TU, Kirtipur
Issue Date: 30-Apr-2024
Publisher: Central Department of Library and Information Science, TU
Keywords: Community Library
Library advocacy
Quality Education
Subject classification
Women participation
Prison Libraries
Abstract: Fetching students’ written work is the best way to reflect their dedication, challenges, and achievements. This bulletin serves as proof of their valuable though gradual progression in academic writing. This issue has carried crucial aspects in library and information science. It has picturized the future of libraries developed after the adoption of new technology. Furthermore, it sheds light on the indispensable role of community libraries in fostering women’s empowerment. Similarly, it has presented impact of libraries inside the prisons in transforming negative behavior thus aiding in the rehabilitation of inmates. In addition, it highlights the importance of information in bringing political and cultural changes in society, emphasizing its role as the key to unlocking vast reservoir of knowledge essential for empowerment of society. It has underscored the necessity and process of library advocacy and importance of weeding in the libraries for maintaining the relevance and effectiveness of library services. Another attraction of this issue is insightful exploration of Bhairab Smriti Pustakalaya, a public library established in the name of Bhairab Aryal, a prominent Nepali writer. Experience of first semester student while using DDC, a classification scheme has also been an interesting part of this Bulletin. Along with these materials it has included a poem on the importance of clouds in the natural world, adding a poetic dimension to the information presented. Moreover, the issue has helped spread relevant information in library and information science. Additionally, through its comprehensive coverage of diverse topics, the issue has served as a valuable resource for ongoing discourse and scholarly inquiry.
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