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SIWACH (A.K.) & MALIK (S.K.). E-Resource Use by Science Faculty and Research Scholars: A Case Study of Panjab University, Chandigarh (India). Journal of Advancements in Library Sciences. 5, 2 ; 2018, p27-35.

GAUTAM (A.S.) & SINHA (M.K.). Use of Electronic Resources among Research Scholars and Faculty Members of University of Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India: A Survey. Library of Progress- Library Science, Information Technology & Computer. 37, 2; 2017, p1-12.

ANGADI (M). Use Pattern of UGC-Infonet Consortium by Research Scholars of UPE universities of Karnataka State: A Study. International Journal of Library and Information Studies. 7, 3; 2017, p44-52.

NATARAJAN (M). Use and Impact of Electronic Resources by Information Science Students at Jimma University, Jimma, Ethiopia. Collection Building. 36, 4; 2017. p163-171.

LOKESHA (M.) & BHANDI (M.K.). Utilization of UGC-Infonet Learning Resource Center Services of Mangalore University: A Case Study. International Journal of Digital Library Services. 7, 3; 2017. p62-69.

Singh, K., & Varma, A. K.(2017). Use of e-resources by the students and researchers: with special reference to faculty of arts, BHU, Varanasi. Knowledge Librarian. 4, 4; 2017. p35-47.

LINGAIAH (V). A Study on Use of E-ShodhSindhu Resources by the Scholars and Faculty Members in Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad. Journal of Advances in Library and Information Science. 5, 3; 2016. p268-272.


E-ShodhSindhu consortium is backbone of research in higher education system in India. E-ShodhSindhu consortium provides full text and bibliographical journal databases to higher education institutions at subscription cost. The current study is an effort to find out the use of E-ShodhSindhu consortium by the Research Scholars of Kurukshetra University and Maharshi Dayanand University. Study indicates that more than 55% Research Scholars including both the universities are aware about E-ShodhSindhu consortium and they use it mainly for research work.



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