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Date of this Version

Fall 1-7-2020

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Abstract

The research is concerned with the study of the utilization of school library resources by students of Chettinad public school. The study was carried out based on some objectives. These include period students’ visit the library, purpose for students; use of the library, available resources for students’ use, satisfaction derived from the use of library resources, extent of information provisioning, problems militating against utilization of library resources, subject areas the library has more collection, if allowed to borrow books from the library, the types of materials allowed to borrow by the students, if the students know how to use the library, how they use the library, solutions and suggestion by students for effective utilization

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