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This research considers how academic libraries in kashmir are using social media platforms for the pro-active awareness and training, to educate the LIS professionals as well as patrons. It aims to explore the pattern of social media usage by library clients and then highlights the current status of social media usage in academic libraries of kashmir for the effective and efficient dissimination of information.