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Abstract

The study analyses Electronic information access pattern among the faculty members is the significant role in the Engineering institutions towards various tasks to fulfill by the respondents. The study aim to analyze that 76 percent of the respondents are male and 26 percent of them are female observed from the study. 31 (6%) respondents have completed Arts, Science and Management studies graduates by the faculty members, 91 (17.5%) have completed graduation in Engineering. highest number of respondents that about 409 6(33%) makes this sources for use of e-journals among the respondents. The Large number of 263 (50.6%) of the respondents noticed that “Highly Satisfied” with the Lecturing materials, it followed by 257 (49.4%) of the respondents “Satisfied” with e-resources offering lecturing materials. Also found to be the Large number of 406 (78.1%) respondents reported “Highly satisfied” for them used Google as their search engine while 114 (21.9%) of the respondents said “satisfied”. maximum number of 251 (48.3%) respondents rated that information sought from e-books are “Excellent.” large number of 280 (53.8%) respondents “Agree” that electronic journals save the time of the user. majority of 337 (64.8%) of the respondents “Agree” that e-resources are help them to keep abreast of knowledge. Further, the study analyses 55.0%) respondents acknowledged that e-resources expedite their teaching and research process and rated as “Large Extent.” About 427 (82.1%) respondents prefer ABI inform complete and reported “Very Large Extent”.

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