Information seeking pattern of UG and PG Students of Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies (KUFOS): A case study
The study is based on information seeking pattern of UG and PG students at University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies (KUFOS). The primary data was collected on 6-04-2018 from 80 students of the university. The study reveals in table1, there are 100 questionnaires were distributed to the UG and PG students. Out of which (80%) of questionnaires were received. In Table 2 (70% and 30%) of Female and male students were responded to the questionnaire, Table 3 shows that (37.5%) of students visit to the library in daily, table 4 there are (70%) of students visit to library for the purpose of to read Newspapers/ magazines. (66.25%) of students visit to library to borrow/return books, with (33.75%), of students update subject knowledge, table 5 (62.5%) of students access information through on library shelves. Table 6 it is found that (65%) of students express their opinion on good collections on reference books. (63.75%) of students says satisfactory with Reference services. (33.75%) of students were not satisfactory with ILL services. (87.5%) of students expressed their opinion on internet available in library. Table 10 describe good opinion on physical facilities of library from students.
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