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USE OF INFORMATION RESOURCES IN THE FIELD OF COMMERCE BY THE USERS OF RATAN TATA LIBRARY, UNIVERSITY OF DELHI

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Abstract

Present paper examines the information seeking behaviour of users of Ratan Tata Library. To conduct the study structured questionnaire randomly distributed among the users of Library. The study found 37.5% users purpose for access information is to increase current knowledge, 31.25% access information in electronic format, 26.25% users used author as major keyword, Sage is highest usage database with 18.75%, Economic and Political is highest used financial source.

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