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Date of this Version

Summer 6-2019

Citation

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Abstract

This present study is an investigation of user’s satisfaction with library resources and services in polytechnic college libraries in Coimbatore district. A survey research method was adopted to address the research questions. 150 questionnaires were distributed among final year graduate students, postgraduate students, research scholars and faculty members of polytechnic college libraries to collect relevant data regarding their satisfaction. 130 filled -in questionnaires were received and analyzed. On the basis of finding, some suggestions have included in this study to increase user’s satisfaction from libraries.

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