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Principle of Management

Principles of management proposed by Henri Fayol The principles of management are the important factors which contribute to the success of any organization. It has...

Reference Services and Library

Reference Services Definition Reference service is the supreme and ultimate function of the library. This is infact the hub of all library activities. Reference service...

Principles of Construction of subject heading

Principles of Construction Subject Heading: Some of the main basic principles for construction of subject headings are: 1. Simple and modern heading: We should use simple...

Steps to build subject headings for your topic

Subject headings build-up helps: Subject heading is a term or word or group of word used in catalogue, bibliography or index expressing or representing the...

Sociology Definition

Definition of sociology according to some Sociologist are,Sociology is the scientific study of society.It is a social science which concerned with the empirical investigation...

Definition of Personnel Management

Definition of Personnel Management   The staff, the books and the readers make up the fundamental trinity of a library. The success of a library largely...

Types of Knowledge

Types of Knowledge: Philosophers typically divide knowledge into three categories: i. Personal, ii. Procedural, and iii.Propositional. It is the last of these, propositional knowledge, that primarily concerns philosophers. However,...

Is Sociology a science?

Sociology as a Science: Science has been defined by the Marriam web-star Dictionary as:-‘knowledge of trend through study or practice.” Using this definition sociology can be...

Nature of Sociology

Nature of Sociology According to Robert Bierstedt:    Sociology is the branch of knowledge and it has its own characteristics. Sociology has different nature in society. It...

The Tripartite Theory of Knowledge

The Tripartite Theory of Knowledge: There is a tradition that goes back as far as Plato that holds that three conditions must be satisfied in...