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Book Selection Policy of National Library

National Library selection Policy:
National Library is a library maintained out of government funds and serving the nation as a whole. Usually, books in such libraries are for reference only. They usually receive materials through legal deposit legislation. For the development of its collection, National Library authority maintain some policies. Such as:
  1. The National Library should have central road in co-ordination the library services to nation, it should itself provide a center which full information on the national collection is available.
  2. It should collect printed materials, concerning the country when-ever published. The library has responsibility for coordination of efforts to secure the foreign literature that is the country required.
  3. The librarian with the help of subject specialist thus materials should in the National Library.
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