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Winter 1-19-2019

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Dear sir/madam

Please find attached an article after some correction which pointed out by the reviewer under article identity no. MS #5539. Now, you are requested to consider this article for upcoming issue of your journal please

thanking you

Abstract

This paper describes the usability of OPAC searching facility in the university libraries of Haryana. The study revealed that 86.0% of the users were aware of OPAC services in MDU, while 89.7% of the users were aware of OPAC service in CUH. In MDU, the maximum of 52.4% users used the OPAC system daily, while in CUH, the maximum of 32.0% users used the OPAC system biweekly. In MDU, the maximum of 34.2% users searched the information through OPAC, while in CUH, the maximum of 36.9% users searched the information by direct browsing. In MDU, the maximum of 60.2% users always obtained the documents through OPAC, while in CUH, the maximum of 43.9% of the users most of the times obtained the documents through OPAC. In MDU, the maximum of 26.9% users faced problems of lack of staff assistance, while in CUH, the maximum of 23.6% users faced problems of lack of staff assistance. The maximum of 49.9 and 37.8% users were satisfied with the present OPAC facilities in both the university libraries of MDU and CUH, respectively.

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