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This paper throws light on the utilization of e-resources by the research scholars of social sciences and Education departments. A survey method was applied to collect the data and a structured 130 questionnaires were distributed to the research scholars in the particular departments, out of a total, 87 filled questionnaire were received back with giving an overall response rate of 66.92% which were later studied and analysed each and every questionnaire to fulfill the objectives. The paper examined and analysed various use of e-resources among research scholars such as purpose, frequency, types, troubles, benefits and formats which research scholars prefer while accessing the e-resources to fulfill their desired information. After analysis, it has been found that the maximum research scholars are aware of e-resources and uses them as per their need to update their knowledge in their respective subject fields.