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Technical processing means library technical services and maintenance activities of a library's collection. Behind the-scenes activities that a library undertakes to process library materials loaned for the public. Most technical services operations covered ordering, claiming and receipt of materials; cataloging, classification of materials; and serials control. Other technical services include the activities related to acquiring donated materials, and repairing and preservation of library materials. I have been studied technical processing of the five private university libraries of Assam. In my studied, I want to study on determine the acquisition policy and procedure about the library materials and through light about different procedure and practices about library classification and cataloguing.



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