Author: Juhi Chauhan1 and Dr. Sangeeta Singh2

doi no.: 05-2016-44975451

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  1. Ph.D Scholar, Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota Road, Kota Bilaspur (CG)
  2. Head, Department of Library Science, Dr. C.V. Raman University, Kota Road, Bilaspur (CG)

Libraries will play a vital role in providing an honest education and data of top quality. people around the world, despite however poor they’ll be, will access no matter data and data they have by visiting libraries via the web, like the library of congress. The purpose of the present study was to find out the quality of the available various types of  library resources  in selected state universities of Chhattisgarh. Three hundred and sixty P. G. level male (N=180)  and female (N=180)   students of selected six of university library belong to different zones of India were selected for the purpose of Study.  To assess the responses obtained through a self-constructed questionnaire survey from male and female students were carefully and systematically compiled.  The Frequency and percentage of the responses were calculated.  The results of the study revealed that  almost all male and female students visit the university library to prepare for college assignments. Almost all male and female student indicated that the available  primary and secondary resources was found of good quality in the university library. The male and female students also indicated that the available tertiary resources were found of average quality in the university library.

Keywords: Quality, Library, Resources, University,  Quantitative study.


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