Newspaper Reading Habits among the Users of Sarvajanika Vachnalaya Belagavi, Karnataka, India: A Case StudyAuthor : Dayanandappa Kori and K. R. Mulla
Volume 8 No.3 October-December 2018 pp 82-86
A habit of reading newspaper is most important life skill. It is not only boost our knowledge, but also it supports growth to our life style, thinking and personality. This paper explores the newspaper reading habits the population of the study consists of library users of Sarvajanika Vachnalaya Belagavi, Karnataka, India. Study is conducted through structured questionnaire. A total of 150 questionnaires were distributed among the users and 101 filled questionnaires were received. Around 200-300 people per day visit the library. All the newspapers received by the library are popular in nature and all in the local languages. Study shows that users mostly preference to read in the morning time. This paper also highlights point that most of the users preferred library as place to read newspaper. Suggestions in accordance with the user feedback for further improving the newspaper service have also been recorded.
Reading, Reading Habit, Newspaper, Sarvajanika Vachnalaya Belagavi
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