LIS Education in India with the Emerging Trends in Libraries: Opportunities and ChallengesAuthor : Khumbar Debbarma and K. Praveen
Volume 9 No.1 Special Issue:February 2019 pp 41-43
This paper traces the scenario of library and information science education in India based on study carried out to bring out the perspective and challenges in LIS education. This also describes the different patterns and levels of LIS education, as well as the research programmes and training being offered by various universities. It provides an overview of the institution providing LIS courses at various levels. It also emphasizes the need for having innovative approaches for reforming LIS education. It discusses the problems and emerging issues affecting the statue of LIS education and give suggestions to solve these problems and the approaches to prepare the LIS professionals to face the growing challenges.
LIS Education, Various LIS courses, Opportunities, Challenges, Suggestions
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