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Date of this Version

Spring 8-10-2019

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Abstract

The present study focuses on the information seeking behavior of students at Government Colleges in Tamilnadu and for this data was gathered by the questionnaire method and randomly selected the students. The overall purpose of the study was to determine what their information requirements and also determine their awareness of library services available to them. Data were gathered from 682 students out of 700 through open and closed questionnaire. Findings recommends that guidance in the use of library resources and services is necessary and web searching and retrieval skills be organized at regular intervals to help students meet some of their information requirements.

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