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Abstract

The study analyses the faculty members have tried to get the e-resources for them needful in terms of academic research at South State Universities of Tamilnadu. It analyses that Out of 380 respondents, the male respondents are found 263(69.21%), the Ph.D. qualified respondents are found 285(75%). it is found that Madurai Kamaraj University and Alagappa University have respondents of each 130 (34.21%). it is found that all 380 (100%) respondents are aware of E-Resources available in the University Library. it is seen that 181 (47.66%) respondents are accessing the scholarly information via E-Resources on daily basis, 109 (28.68%) respondents are using once in two days. (22.40%) respondents from MSU the majority of 82 (96.50%) respondents got training from University Libraries and only 3 (3.50%) respondents are not getting the Training. , it is seen that 210 (55.26) respondents are extremely satisfied on OPAC/Web OPAC. 205(53.90) respondenrts are extremely satisfied on E-Databases, 192(50.52) respondents are extremely satisfied on Automated circulation services.

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