Use of Reading Materials in Social Sciences between post graduates and research scholars in Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

Priyanka Nagar, M Masoom Raza

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Use of reading materials in present age is very important. It is because there are many new technologies and techniques which facilitate users to use reading materials according to their ease.  This study examines the use of different reading materials by postgraduates and research scholars of JNU. Their responses are noted by the questionnaires. The books and monographs are the mostly used reading materials between postgraduates and research scholars. The use of e-materials also used by both the respondents and they also faced some problems in using these.


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Reading Materials, e-materials, library materials, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Postgraduate, Research scholars

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