Information Seeking Behaviour of Post Graduate Students of Government Science College, Bangalore: A StudyAuthor : K.VJayamma and G.T Mahesh
Volume 10 No.1 January-June 2020 pp 1-5
This Study was designed to examine information seeking behaviour of PG Students at Government Science College Library, Bangalore. The study intended with an aim to explore the information usage among PG students. Closed ended questionnaire was used to collect the data from respondents. A total of 200 samples out of 319 students. Among the200 hundred questionnaires distributed, 127 were completely answered and returned. The findings of this study revealed the information needs of PG students in Government Science College. The majority of students who are visiting library are females; also, the majority of the PG students are visiting library once in a week. The main purpose of the visit to the library is for accessing exam related information for their study.
Information Seeking Behaviour; PG Students; Government Science College
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