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Manual Librarian Inservice Course 2019 Manual Final

Manual Librarian Inservice Course 2019 Manual Final

प्रतिवदे न एवॊ सदॊ बभ तनदेशिका

REPORT & REFERENCE MANUAL

ऩसु ्िकारमाध्मऺों हेिु 21 ददवसीम सेवा कारीन ऩाठ्मक्रभ

21 Day In- Service Course for Librarians

1-21 पयवयी 2019 | 1-21 February 2019

ऩाठ्मक्रभ एवॊ स्थर ननदेशक

Course & Venue Director

श्रीभिी पऩमा ठाकु य

उऩामकु ्ि,
के . पव. सगॊ ठन आॊचशरक शिऺा एवॊ प्रशिऺण ससॊ ्थान चॊडीगढ़

Mrs. Piya Thakur

(

Deputy Commissioner
KVS Zonal Institute of Education and Training, Chandigarh

स्थर/Venue
के . वव. सगॊ ठन ,आॊचलरक लशऺा एवॊ प्रलशऺण सॊस्थान, चडॊ ीगढ़
KVS Zonal Institute of Education & Training, Chandigarh

21 Day In-service Course for Librarians February 2019 - KVS ZIET Chandigarh

ऩाठ्मक्रभ सभन्वमक/Course Coordinator

श्री सुनीर सैनी, प्रलश. स्नातक (ऩसु ्तकारमाध्मऺ)
Mr. Sunil Saini, Librarian, ZIET Chandigarh

ससॊ ाधक/Resource Persons

श्री. भजु जफ यहहभान के मु, ऩसु ्तकारमाध्मऺ, के वव कजन्जकोड़
Mr. Mujib Rahiman K.U,Librarian , K.V Kanjikode

श्री. एन के ऩचौयी, ऩसु ्तकारमाध्मऺ, के वव ओईएप, हज़यतऩयु
Mr. N K Pachauri, Librarian K V OEF,Hazratpur

आ.ॉ शि. एवॊ प्रशि. सॊस्थान–सॊकाम/ ZIET Faculty

श्री. सॊजम चौहान, सह-प्रलशऺक (अॊग्रेजी)

Mr. Sanjay Chauhan, Training Associate (English)
श्रीभती.सुनीता गुसाईं सह-प्रलशऺक (हहन्दी)

Mrs. Sunita Gusain,Training Associate (Hindi)
श्री. एस ऩी लसहॊ , सह-प्रलशऺक (जीव ववऻान)

Mr. S.P. Singh, Training Associate (Biology)
श्रीभती येणकु ा चावरा, सह-प्रलशऺक (वाणणज्म)

Mrs. Renuka Chawla, Training Associate (Commerce)

सहमोगी / Supported By

श्री. सॊजीव कु भाय, आशुलरवऩक ग्रेड 1

Mr. Sanjeev Kumar, Steno Grade I
श्रीभती. भीना राफॊ ा, सहामक अनबु ाग अधधकायी
Mrs. Meena Lamba, Assistant Section Officer

श्रीभती. अनु, वरयष्ट सधचवारम सहामक
Mrs. Anu, Senior Secretariat Assistant

उऩ कभचभ ायी गण/Sub Staff

श्री. भदन लसहॊ Mr. Madan Singh
श्री. ऩथृ ्वी लसहॊ Mr. Prithvi Singh

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हभाये सॊयऺक/ OUR PATRONS
श्री सॊिोष कु भाय भल्र, आईएएस, आमकु ्ि

Mr. Santosh Kumar Mall, IASCommissioner

श्री सौयब जनै , आईएएस अऩय आमकु ्ि

Mr. Saurabh Jain, IAS, Addl Commissioner (Admin)

श्री मूएन खवाये, अऩय आमकु ्ि (िकै ्षऺक)

Shri U N Khaware, Additional Commissioner (Academics)

डॉ. िचीकािॊ , समॊ ुक्ि आमुक्ि (काशभकभ )

Dr. Shachi Kant, Joint Commissioner (Personnel)

डॉ. वी. पवजमरक्ष्भी, समॊ कु ्ि आमुक्ि (प्रिासन)

Dr. V. Vijayalakshmi, Joint Commissioner (Administration)

डॉ. ई. प्रबाकय, सॊमकु ्ि आमकु ्ि (प्रशिऺण/पवत्त)

Dr. E. Prabhakar, Joint Commissioner (Training/Finance)

श्री.एस.पवजमकु भाय, समॊ ुक्ि आमकु ्ि (िैक्षऺक)

Shri S. Vijaya Kumar, Joint Commissioner (Academics)

र.े क. पवकास बायद्वाज, ओ.एस.डी. (यऺा)

Lt. Col. Vikas Bharadwaj, OSD (Defence)

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FOREWORD

In-service courses are a regular feature of the KVS training system and every
teacher has to undergo this at some point in their career. It provides a great
opportunity for the teachers to get together with their colleagues posted in different
KV‘s in different parts of the country and learn new things as well as share their
knowledge and experiences. It is a platform to celebrate their success and also
ponder over projects which might have failed but provided a learning experience and
opened a new way.
The In-service course for Librarians held from 1st Feb to 21st Feb 2019 has been
designed keeping this in mind to make it the ideal platform for learning, connecting,
sharing and cultivating support systems in their fraternity. The course design has
also taken into account the importance of digitalization of libraries and new
practices. Accordingly, experts have been engaged to enlighten the trainees through
lectures and hands-on practice. It has been the attempt of ZIET Chandigarh to make
this course an enriching experience for the trainees and enable them to continue
their journey of life–long learners so as to give their best to the KV they are in.
In our endeavour to empower the teachers further, the various lectures and tools
introduced, have been documented in the form of articles so that the teachers can
refer to these notes at all times. The articles have been contributed by our Experts
as well as the Course Coordinator and the Resource Persons. For this contribution I
would like to thank the Course Coordinator and the Resource Persons as without
their hard work and devotion this compilation would not have been possible.
I am sure the Teachers will find this very useful.

वऩमा ठाकु य/Piya Thakur
उऩामकु ्त एवॊ ननदेशक/Deputy Commissioner& Director

के .वव.स.ॊ आ.लश.प्र.सॊ चॊडीगढ़/KVS ZIET Chandigarh

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CONTENTS

LIST OF PARTICIPANTS ...................................................................................................................................... 7
TIMETABLE........................................................................................................................................................ 9
GROUP DISTRIBUTION.................................................................................................................................... 12
COMMITTEES .................................................................................................................................................. 18
GROUP PROJECTS-I ......................................................................................................................................... 19
INDIVIDUALASSIGNMENTS ............................................................................................................................. 19
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................................................................................ 19
DAILY REPORTS............................................................................................................................................... 20
RIGHT TO INFORMATION: A FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHT ........................................................................ 30
COPYRIGHT LAW IN DIGITAL ERA ................................................................................................................... 34
CAREER GUIDANCE ......................................................................................................................................... 37
HOW TO CREATE AND RESTORE DATABASE (GRANTH3) MANUALLY ............................................................. 39
DIGITAL LIBRARY............................................................................................................................................. 41
SUNIL SAINI..................................................................................................................................................... 41
LIBRARIAN ,ZIET, CHANDIGARH...................................................................................................................... 41
[email protected] .............................................................................................................................. 41
PHYSICAL ARCHIVES DIFFER FROM PHYSICAL LIBRARIES IN SEVERAL WAYS. TRADITIONALLY, ARCHIVES ARE
DEFINED AS:.................................................................................................................................................... 42
DIGITAL LOCKER.............................................................................................................................................. 46
SUNIL SAINI..................................................................................................................................................... 46
LIBRARIAN ,ZIET, CHANDIGARH...................................................................................................................... 46
LIBRARY 2.0 AND BEYOND: ADOPTION OF WEB 2.0 IN SCHOOL LIBRARIES.................................................... 49
HOW TO CREATE A BLOG ON BLOGGER: TUTORIAL........................................................................................ 53
COMPUTER SECURITY AND INTERNET SAFETY................................................................................................ 59
KVS DIGITAL REPOSITORY............................................................................................................................... 63
ADVANCED INTERNET SEARCH TECHNIQUES.................................................................................................. 66
MS OFFICE SPECIAL FEATURES AND TIPS ........................................................................................................ 69
MS POWERPOINT ........................................................................................................................................... 71
FREEWARE SOFTWARES AND WEB RESOURCES ............................................................................................. 75
E- RESOURCES FOR DIGITAL READING ............................................................................................................ 77
DEVELOPING LIFE-LONG READERS!................................................................................................................. 81

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COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT IN LIBRARIES: .................................................................................................... 84
CARE AND PRESERVATION OF BOOKS ............................................................................................................ 87
ANNUAL LIBRARY ACTIVITY PLAN – ALAP....................................................................................................... 89
EXTENSION SERVICES AND LIBRARY ADVOCACY ............................................................................................ 94
LIFE SKILLS....................................................................................................................................................... 96

याज बाषा तनमभ, 1976............................................................................................................................. 100
FINANCIAL PLANNING /पविीम तनमोजन................................................................................................... 106

NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR PROTECTION OF CHILD RIGHTS (NCPCR) ...................................................... 110
PROTECTION OF CHILDREN FROM SEXUAL OFFENCES (POCSO) ACT, 2012................................................... 110
PRONUNCIATION MATTERS.......................................................................................................................... 113
IMPRESSIONS FROM PARTICIPANTS............................................................................................................. 117

पविेष कामभक्रभ ........................................................................................................................................... 120

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LIST OF PA

S.No. Name of the teacher शिऺक का KENDRIYA V
Sri./Mrs./Ms.
नाभश्री./श्रीभिी/सशु ्री Baddowal Cant
1 Ms Rajni Sharma No 1 Jalandhar
2 Mr Subhash Chander श्रीभती यजनी शभाा
श्री सबु ाष चदॊ ्र No.3,Patiala
3 Ms Vidyawati Pauri
4 Mr. Arun Kumar Singh श्रीभती ववद्मावती Uttarkashi
5 Mr Gaje Lal श्री अरुण कु भाय लसहॊ New Tehri Tow
6 Mr Sunil Rawat श्री गजे रार SSB Gwaldam
7 Mr. Kunwar Singh श्री सनु ीर यावत AugustyamunI
8 Mr Surjeet Singh Negi श्री कॉु वय लसहॊ BHEL Haridwar
9 Mr Ashish Rawat श्री सयु जीत लसहॊ नेगी Haldwani 2nd S
10 Mrs. Manpreet Kaur श्री आशीष यावत AGCR Colony (
11 Mrs. Anita Dhiman श्रीभती भनप्रीत कौय Khichripur (2nd
12 Ms. Kanak Lata Mishra श्रीभती अननता धीभान Shalimar Bagh (
13 Ms. Renu Lata श्रीभती कनकरतालभ श्रा Shalimar Bagh (
14 Ms. Renu श्रीभती येणु रता No. 1 Delhi Can
15 Ms. Renu Bala श्रीभती येणु Gole Market (2n
16 Mr. Sanjay Kumar श्रीभती येनू फारा Pushp Vihar (1s
17 Mrs. Laxmi kumari श्री सजॊ म कु भाय Shakurbasti
18 Mrs. Kavita Rani श्रीभती रक्ष्भी कु भायी
श्रीभती कववता यानी
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ARTICIPANTS

VIDYALAYA के न्द्रीमपवद्मारम REGION सॊबाग

tt फद्दोवार केऄ ट Chandigarh चडॊ ीगढ़
Cantt क्र. 1 जारधॊ यकऄे ट Chandigarh चॊडीगढ़

wn क्र 3 ऩहटमारा Chandigarh चडॊ ीगढ़
ऩौड़ी Dehradun दे हयादनू
r उत्तयकाशी Dehradun दे हयादनू
Shift नमा हटहयी नगय Dehradun दे हयादनू
(1st Shift) एस एस फी ग्वारदभ Dehradun दे हयादनू
d Shift) अगस््मभनु ी Dehradun दे हयादनू
(1st Shift) फीएच ई एर हरयद्वाय Dehradun दे हयादनू
(2nd Shift) हल्दद्वानीद्ववतीम ऩारी Dehradun दे हयादनू
ntt. (1st Shift) ए जी सी आय कॉरोनीप्रथभ ऩारी Delhi हदल्दरी
nd Shift) णिचड़ीऩुय द्ववतीमऩारी Delhi हदल्दरी
st Shift) शारीभायफाग प्रथभ ऩारी Delhi हदल्दरी
शारीभायफाग द्ववतीम ऩारी Delhi हदल्दरी
क्र 1 हदल्दरी कऄे ट प्रथभ ऩारी Delhi हदल्दरी
गोरभाके ट द्ववतीम ऩारी Delhi हदल्दरी
ऩषु ्ऩववहाय प्रथभ ऩारी Delhi हदल्दरी
शकू यफस्ती Delhi हदल्दरी

19 Mr. Keshav Ram Sharma श्री के शव याभ शभाा Hamirpur
20 Mr.Harbaksh Singh श्री हयफक्श लसहॊ Yol Cantt
21 Mrs. Sangeeta श्रीभती सगॊ ीता AFS, Gurugram
22 Mr. Bhagwan Dutt श्री बगवान दत्त Beholi Samalkh
23 Mr. Prabhat Kumar Mor श्री प्रबोत कु भाय भोय NO. 2 Faridabad
24 Mrs Amita Rai श्रीभती अलभता याम No 3 Faridabad
25 Mr Mayank Kaushik श्री भमकॊ कौलशक Hisar Cantt
26 Mr. Rajesh Kumar श्री याजशे कु भाय Harsinghpura
27 Mr. Anil Kumar श्री अननर कु भाय NO. 1 Faridabad
28 Mr. Mukesh Kumar श्री भकु े श कु भाय Badopal Fatehab
29 Mr. Mahender Kumar श्री भहेन्द्र कु भाय बकू य NSG Manesar

Bhukar AFS Kasauli
CCI Bokajan
30 Mrs.Rameshwari श्रीभती याभशे ्वयी Khanapara
IIT Guwahati
31 Mr. Kunwar Sain Atal श्री कॉु वय सनै अटर CRPF Amerigog
CU Jammu
32 Mrs. Kakali Bora श्रीभती काकोरी फोया No. 2 AFS Adam
Jutogk Cantt. Sh
33 Mr. Pradeep Kuma rPraveen श्री प्रदीऩ कु भाय प्रवीण Naleti
3 BRD Chandig
34 Mr. Anand श्री आनन्द Vasant Kunj De

35 Mr. Leela Dhari श्री रीरा धायी

36 Mrs. Ranjana Kumari श्रीभती यॊजना कु भायी

37 Kuman Singh Negi श्री कु भान लसहॊ नेगी

38 Suresh Kumar Sharma श्री सयु ेश कु भाय शभाा

39 Mrs. Indu Bala श्रीभती इन्दु फारा

40 Mrs. Mamta Verma श्रीभती भभता वभाा

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m (Shift-II) हभीयऩुय Gurugram गरु ुग्राभ
ha मोर कऄे ट Gurugram गरु ुग्राभ
d ए एप एस गरु ुग्राभद्ववतीम ऩारी Gurugram गरु ुग्राभ
बफहोरी सभारिा Gurugram गरु ुग्राभ
d क्र 2 पयीदाफाद Gurugram गरु ुग्राभ
bad क्र 3 फ़यीदाफाद Gurugram गरु ुग्राभ
हहसायकऄे ट Gurugram गरु ुग्राभ
g हयलसहॊ ऩयु ा Gurugram गरु ुग्राभ
mpur क्र 1 पयीदाफाद Gurugram गरु ुग्राभ
hilma फड़ोऩर पतहे फाद Gurugram गरु ुग्राभ
garh एन एस जी भानेसय Gurugram गरु ुग्राभ
elhi
एएप एस कसौरी Gurugram गरु ुग्राभ
सीसी आई फोकाजान Guwahati गवु ाहाटी
िानऩाया Guwahati गवु ाहाटी
आई आई टीगवु ाहाटी Guwahati गवु ाहाटी
सी आय ऩी एपआभेयीगोग Guwahati गवु ाहाटी
सी मजू म्भू Jammu जम्भू
क्र 2 एएफ़एस आदभऩयु Chandigarh चॊडीगढ़
जतोगकेऄ ट लशभरा Gurugram गरु ुग्राभ
नरटे ी Gurugram गरु ुग्राभ
3 फी आय डीचॊडीगढ़ Chandigarh चॊडीगढ़
वसतॊ कॊु ज हदल्दरी Delhi हदल्दरी

Day Day & Date Session-I Session-II 11:00 to TIME
11:15
Time Slots 09:00 - 09:30 09:30 - 11:00 11

1 01.02.2019 Registration Inauguration & Role o
FRIDAY Key Note Address
Mrs
Mrs Piya Thakur Dire
Director, ZIET Chd
Extens
02.02.2019 Libr

SATURDAY Morning Inclusive Education BREAK Dr NK
Assembly
2 Mrs Piya Thakur E
Director, ZIET Chd
Dr S
03.02.2019 Morning Use of Govt Portals Prof.Un
Assembly
3 SUNDAY Dr Santosh, Asst Hands
E
Prof.Uni.Rajasthan Univ.
Han
4 04.02.2019 Morning E Granthalaya : Problem &
MONDAY Assembly Solutions Hands

Mr. Sunil Saini (Coordinator) Prot
Rig
5 05.02.2019 Morning GSDL Dr An
TUESDAY Assembly Lang. &
Dr Neeraj
06.02.2019 TEA
Creating Library Blogs
6 WEDNESDAY Morning
Assembly Mr Mujib Rahiman, RP

07.02.2019

7 THURSDAY Morning E-Resources
Assembly
Dr NK Pachouri, RP

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ETABLE 13:00 to Session-IV 15:45 to Session-V
14:00 16:00
Session-III 14:00 - 15:45 16:00 - 17:30
BREAK BREAK
1:15 - 13:00 Group Formation & Task Pre-Test
LUNCH Allotment TEA Assessment of Entry
of Librarian in KV
Mr. Sunil Saini (Coordinator) Behavior
s Piya Thakur
ector, ZIET Chd Demo By Participant (RPs)

sion Services and (RP) Assignment Work
rary Advocacy
Demo By Participant (RP)
K Pachouri, RP
(RP) Hands on Session
E-Learning
Web OPAC (RP)
Santosh, Asst
ni.Rajasthan Univ. Mr. Sunil Saini (Coordinator) Assignment Work

s on Session on Hands on Session (RP)
Granthalaya
(RP) Hands on Session
(RP)
Demo By Participant (RP)
nds on Session
(RP) Assignment Work
(RP)
Demo By Participant (RP)
s on Session on
Blogger (RP) Assignment Work

(RP) (RP)

tection of Child
ghts (NCPCR)
nil Gugnani, Dir.
& Comm., SCERT

Day Day & Date Session-I Session-II 11:00 to 11
11:15
Time Slots 09:00 - 09:30 09:30 - 11:00 KVS D

08.02.2019 Morning Library Policy Mr Mu
FRIDAY Assembly
8 Libra

Mr. Sunil Saini (Coordinator) Mr Mu

9 09.02.2019 Morning Library E-Newsletter BREAK Mr
SATURDAY Assembly Hands-on (C

Mr Mujib Rahiman, RP M

10 10.02.2019 Morning Life Long Reading Habit EDUCA
SUNDAY Assembly
Dr NK Pachouri, RP Code o

11 11.02.2019 Morning याजबाषा हहदॊ ी Harvind
MONDAY Assembly
श्रीभति सुनीिा गसु ाईं , सह Fina
प्रशिऺक (दहदॊ ी), जीट चॊडीगढ़
Ms R
12 12.02.2019 EDUCATIONAL TOUR TEA TA (Co
TUESDAY

13.02.2019 Morning New Trends in Library:
13 WEDNESDAY Assembly Google Class Room

Dr Preeti Sharda,
Librarian, RIE Chd

14 14.02.2019 Morning Stress Management
THURSDAY Assembly
Sh Sanjay Chauhan TA
(Eng),ZIET CHD

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Session-III 13:00 to Session-IV 15:45 to Session-V
14:00 16:00
1:15 - 13:00 14:00 - 15:45 16:00 - 17:30
BREAK BREAK
Digital Repository Assignment Work Assignment Work
LUNCH TEA
ujib Rahiman, RP (RP) (RP)

ary E-Newsletter Hands on Session on E- Hands on Session on E-
Hands-on Newsletter Newsletter

ujib Rahiman, RP (RP) (RP)

RTI Demo By Participant Demo By Participant

r. Sunil Saini (RP) (RP)
Coordinator)
Demo By Participant Assignment Work
MID TEST
(RP) (RP)
ATIONAL TOUR
EDUCATIONAL TOUR EDUCATIONAL TOUR
of Conduct & CCS
CCA Rule BOOK EXHIBITION Demo By Participant

der SSA RTD KVS Communication Skilla (RP)

ancial Planning Ms Manjula Sularia Assignment Work

Renuka Chawla The Transformer, CHD (RP)
omm.) ZIET CHD

Day Day & Date Session-I Session-II 11:00 to 11
11:15
Time Slots 09:00 - 09:30 09:30 - 11:00 श्रीभति
प्रशिऺक
15 15.02.2019 Morning AEP (Adolescence
FIRDAY Assembly Education Programme) Institut

Sh SP Singh TA (Bio), Dr Rupa
ZIET,Chd
Englis
16 16.02.2019 Morning Presentation of Group BREAK
SATURDAY Assembly Assignment Sh San
(En
(RP)
Cybe
Reading Habit among Primary Inte

17.02.2019 Morning Children/ Career in Defence Mr Mu
SUNDAY
17 Assembly (OCR Academy) (10:30-11;00) Collect

Sh Sanjeev Kumar, TA Dr N K

(Primary) Prepar
P
Role of Librarians in
Preser
18 18.02.2019 Morning Guidance and Counseling
MONDAY Assembly Services Dr NK

Mr. Sunil Saini (Coordinator)

19 19.02.2019 Morning Wellness through Yoga TEA
TUESDAY Assembly
Ms Suchiant Kour Sodhi,
Wellness Instructor

20.02.2019 Condemnation Process and

20 WEDNESDA Morning Stock Verification

Y Assembly Mr. Sunil Saini (Coordinator)

21 21.02.2019 Morning Plagiarism
THURSDAY Assembly
Mr Mujib Rahiman, RP

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Session-III 13:00 to Session-IV 15:45 to Session-V
14:00 16:00
1:15 - 13:00 14:00 - 15:45 16:00 - 17:30
BREAK BREAK
Life Skill Demo By Participant Assignment Work
LUNCH TEA
सुनीिा गुसाईं , सह (RP) (RP)
(दहदॊ ी), जीट चॊडीगढ़
Presentation of Group Presentation of Group
tional Repository Assignment Assignment

ak, Asst Prof. Punj. (RP) (RP)
Uni.
Demo By Participant Assignment Work
sh Pronunciation
(RP) (RP)
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ng), ZIET CHD Demo By Participant Assignment Work

er Security and POST TEST (RP)
ernet Security
CULTURAL Submission of
ujib Rahiman, RP PROGRAMME Assignment Work

tion Development Plenary Session (RP)

K Pachouri (RP) CULTURAL
PROGRAMME
ration of Cultural
Programme Valedictory Programme

rvation of Library
Materials

K Pachouri, RP

GROUP 1 21 Day In-service Course for Librarians February 2019 - KVS ZIET Chandigarh

GROUP DISTRIBUTION

INFORMATION HUB

Topic: IRFANVIEW M / F KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA REGION
S.No. NAME OF THE TEACHER

1 MR. SANJAY KUMAR M GOLE MARKET (2ND SHIFT) DELHI

2 MS VIDYAWATI F NO.3,PATIALA CHANDIGARH

3 MS. RENU LATA F SHALIMAR BAGH (1ST SHIFT) DELHI

4 MRS.RAMESHWARI F AFS KASAULI GURUGRAM

5 MR. BHAGWAN DUTT M BEHOLI SAMALKHA GURUGRAM

6 MR. ARUN KUMAR SINGH M KV PAURI DEHRADUN

7 MR. P K PRAVEEN M IIT GUWAHATI GUWAHATI

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P KALYAN SUNDARAM

Topic: MOOCS & SWAYAM M/F KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA REGION
S.No. NAME OF THE TEACHER

1 MR. KESHAV RAM SHARMA M HAMIRPUR GURUGRAM

2 MR. RANJANA KUMARI F ADAMPUR CHANDIGARH

3 MS. RENU F SHALIMAR BAGH (2ND SHIFT) DELHI

4 MRS. SANGEETA F AFS, GURUGRAM (SHIFT-II) GURUGRAM

5 MR SUBHASH CHANDER M KV NO 1 JALANDHAR CANTT CHANDIGARH

6 MR GAJE LAL M UTTARKASHI DEHRADUN

7 MR. PRABHAT MOR M NO. 2 FARIDABAD GURUGRAM

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RAJARAM MOHAN RAY

Topic: NATIONAL DIGITAL LIBRARY OF INDIA

S.No. NAME OF THE TEACHER M/F KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA REGION

1 MR.S K SHARMA M NALETI GURUGRAM

2 MRS. INDU BALA F 3 BRD CHANDIGARH CHANDIGARH

3 MS. RENU BALA F NO. 1 DELHI CANTT. (1ST SHIFT) DELHI

4 MRS. KAKALI BORA F KHANAPARA GUWAHATI

5 MR SUNIL RAWAT M NEW TEHRI TOWN DEHRADUN

6 MR MAYANK KAUSHIK M HISAR CANTT GURUGRAM

7 MR. MAHENDER KUMAR BHUKAR M NSG MANESAR GURUGRAM

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SOOCHNA SARTHI

Topic: GOOGLE CLASSROOM & GOOGLE FORM

S.No. NAME OF THE TEACHER M / F KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA REGION
DEHRADUN
1 MRS. MANPREET KAUR F HALDWANI S-2 DELHI
GURUGRAM
2 MRS. ANITA DHIMAN F AGCR COLONY (1ST SHIFT) DEHRADUN
GURUGRAM
3 MRS AMITA RAI F NO III FARIDABAD GUWAHATI
GURUGRAM
4 MR. KUNWAR SINGH M SSB GWALDAM

5 MR. RAJESH KUMAR M HARSINGHPURA

6 MR. KUNWAR SAIN ATAL M CCI BOKAJAN

7 MR.HARBAKSH SINGH M YOL CANTT

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GYAN SARTHI

Topic:QUIZIZZ M/F KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA REGION
S.No. NAME OF THE TEACHER DEHRADUN
1 MR SURJEET SINGH M AUGUSTYAMUNI GURUGRAM
2 MR K S NEGI DELHI
3 MS. LAXMI F JUTOGH DEHRADUN
4 MR ASHISH RAWAT GURUGRAM
5 MR. ANIL KUMAR F PUSHP VIHAR (1ST SHIFT) DELHI
6 MS. MAMTA VERMA
M BHEL HARIDWAR

M K.V. NO. 1 FARIDABAD

F VASNATHKUNJ

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VIVEKANAND : A KNOWLEDGE HUB

Topic:PHOTOSCAPE & SCREENCASTIFY KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA REGION
S.No. NAME OF THE TEACHER M / F CHANDIGARH
DELHI
1 MS RAJNI SHARMA F KV BADDOWAL CANTT DELHI
GURUGRAM
2 MS. KANAK LATA MISHRA F KHICHRIPUR (2ND SHIFT) GUWAHATI
GURUGRAM
3 MS. KAVITA RANI F SHAKURBASTI JAMMU

4 MR. MUKESH KUMAR M BADOPAL FATEHABAD

5 MR. ANAND M CRPF AMERIGOG

6 K S NEGI (ADD) M JUTOGKANTT

6 MR. LEELA DHARI M CU JAMMU

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EDITORIAL COMMITTEES
PHOTOGRAPHY

1. MRS. INDU BALA 1. MR. RANJANA KUMARI
2. MR. P K PRAVEEN 2. MR SUBHASH CHANDER
3. MRS. ANITA DHIMAN 3. MS RAJNI SHARMA
4. MR. MAHENDER KUMAR 4. MS VIDYAWATI
5. MR SURJEET SINGH 5. MR. ANIL KUMAR
6. MR ASHISH RAWAT 6. MR. ANAND
7. MR SUNIL RAWAT 7. MR MAYANK KAUSHIK
8. MR. KUNWAR SINGH 8. MR. MUKESH KUMAR

MESS EXCURSION

1. MR. PRABHAT MOR 1. MR. KESHAV RAM SHARMA
2. MS. RENU LATA 2. MR. HARBAKSH SINGH
3. MS. RENU 3. MR. ARUN KUMAR SINGH
4. MS. RENU BALA 4. MRS. MANPREET KAUR
5. MS. LAXMI 5. MS. KAVITA RANI
6. MRS. RAMESHWARI 6. MR. LEELA DHARI
7. MR. RAJESH KUMAR 7. MR. KUNWAR SAIN ATAL
8. MR. BHAGWAN DUTT 8. MR. SANJAY KUMAR
9. MR. K. S. NEGI 9. MR. S K SHARMA
10. MS. KANAK LATA MISHRA

CULTURAL

1. Mr. Gaje Lal
2. Mrs. Kakali Bora
3. Mrs. Sangeeta
4. Ms. Mamta Verma
5. Mrs Amita Rai

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GROUP PROJECTS-I

1. IRFANVIEW

2. MOOCS & SWAYAM

3. NATIONAL DIGITAL LIBRARY OF INDIA

4. GOOGLE CLASSROOM & GOOGLE FORM

5. QUIZIZZ

6. PHOTOSCAPE & SCREENCASTIFY

INDIVIDUALASSIGNMENTS

1. Blog for the School Library
2. E-Newsletter
3. Digital Library Collection Development
4. Presentation of Best Practices followed in the library

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

GROUPS: RESPONSIBILITIES
Each group will select a Group Leader and inform to the Course Coordinator.
Each Group is expected to perform the following duties and responsibilities during the 21
Day In-service Course.

1. Morning Assembly – Each group will be allotted Morning Assembly programme on rotation
basis. The following items to be presented in the assembly. You may make use of the ICT
tools for making the programme innovative and attractive
 News, Thought for the Day, Special Item, Presentation of the Report of the Previous Day

2. Preparation of the report for the day allotted and mail it to the Editorial Committee by next
day

3. Completion of the Group Assignment(s) allotted to the group
4. One member from the group will express vote of thanks to the speaker at the end of the

session
5. The Group Leader should allot duties to each member on rotation basis
6. Group Leader to ensure the completion of individual assignments allotted to the members

of his/her group

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DAILY REPORTS

DAY 1 01 FEBRUARY 2019

GROUP – 1 : INFORMATION HUB

The day started with the registration process after that all the candidate assembled in the

auditorium for the further proceedings. Mrs. Piya Thakhur, DC and Director ZEIT

Chandigarh inaugurated the course.

In her inaugural address, Mrs. Piya Thakur stressed the role of librarians in the changing

digital environment and the need for upgrading the skill sets to meet the diverse

requirements of the academic community.

After a formal introduction of the participants, Mr. Sunil Saini, Course Coordinator gave a

brief idea about the course and schedule of the entire course. Mr. Mujib Rahiman and Dr.

N.K. Pachauri, Resource Persons of the course addressed the gathering.

After the tea break, all the participants assembled in the auditorium. The participants were

then divided into six groups and were instructed to choose their group leaders. The Group

leaders were given brief instructions on the responsibilities of each member and were also

assigned Group Assignments. Necessary materials were also distributed.

Various committees to manage the proceedings of the course were then decided. The

participants volunteered to be a part the different committees like editorial, photography,

mess, cultural and excursion.

It was followed by Pre-Test. After lunch Mr. Mujib Rahiman, Resource Person introduced

blogging and demonstrated how to create a library blog on blogger.

The first day was very great, fruitful and knowledgeable.

DAY 2 02 FEBRUARY 2019

Group – 2 : P KALYAN SUNDARAM

कल के सत्र का आरम्भ समहू ―इनफामेशन हब‖ के द्वारा सबु ह की प्राथथना से हुआ I इसके अतं गथत विचार, समाचार,

विशेष कायकथ ्रम, और पहले ददन का प्रवतिेदन प्रस्ततु दकया गया |

ददन का पहला व्याख्यान श्रीमती वपया ठाकु र वनदवे शका एिं उपायुक्त के . वि. स. जीट चंडीगढ़ द्वारा हुआ | वजसका

शीषकथ “ समायोवजत वशक्षा एिं पसु ्तकालय” था | इसमें पसु ्तकालय गवतविवधयों मंे विद्यार्थथयों को वबना दकसी

भदे भाि के सवम्मवलत करने के बारे मंे बताया गया |

चायपान के उपरान्त पुस्तकालय मंे विस्तृत सिे ाएँ विषय पर डा. एन. के . पचौरी विषय ससं ाधक ने अपने विचार

रखे | उन्होंने इन्टरनटे के इस यगु मंे पुस्तकालय के प्रवत विद्यार्थथयों की रूवच उत्पन्न करने के वलए अनके प्रकार के

आई. सी. टी.टूल्स जसै े ब्लॉग, गूगल क्लासरूम तथा गगू ल फॉमथ आदद के माध्यम से पुस्तकालय गवतविवधयों को

प्रदर्थशत करना |

भोजनािकाश के बाद विषय ससं ाधक श्री मुजीब रवहमान के द्वारा प्रयोगात्मक सत्र में सभी प्रभावगयों को लाइब्ररे ी

ब्लॉग का वनमाथण करने की रुवचकर जानकारी प्रदान की गयी और प्रवतभावगयों ने भी बहुत उत्साह के साथ अपनी

अपनी लाइब्ररे ी के ब्लॉग का आरंवभक वनमाथण दकया | यह सत्र बहुत रोचक और प्रभािी रहा |

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DAY 3 03 FEBRUARY 2019

Group -3 : RAJARAM MOHAN ROY
कल की शरु ुआत ददनाकं 03/02/2019 को प्राथथना सभा से हुई | ददन का पहला व्यखान श्री मजु ीब रहमान के द्वारा
पसु ्तकों के शीषकथ के सबं धं के बारे में बताया गया | इसके बाद आईसीटी टूल्स के विषय मंे सक्षेप मंे बताया गया

तथा इयपान सॉफ्टवये के फाये भंे जानकायी दी गई |

जरऩान के उऩयाॊत डॉ सॊतोष कु भाय गुप्ता, सहामक प्रोपे सय, याजस्थान ववश्वववध्मारम, के द्वाया डडजजटर

ओऩन एक्सेस ऩोटभर ऑप इॊडडमा के फाये भंे ववस्ततृ जानकायी प्रदान की गई|

दोऩहय के बोजन के उऩयाॊत डॉ सॊतोष कु भाय गुप्ता द्वाया e-learning का अभ्मास कम्प्मूटय कऺ भें कयामा

गमा |

अनॊ तभ सत्र भें सबी प्रनतबाधगमों द्वाया कम्प्मूटय भंे डॉ सॊतोष कु भाय गुप्ता द्वाया फतामे गमे ऩोटाल्दस व e-

learning अभ्मास ककमा गमा । इस प्रकाय कर का हदन ऻानवधका व योचक यहा जजसभे सबी प्रनतबाधगमों ने

फढ़ चढ़ कय बाग लरमा।

DAY 4 04 FEBRUARY 2019

Group – 4 : SOOCHNA SARTHI

कर के हदन का आयम्ब सभूह ―याजा याभ भोहन याम‖ के द्वाया सुफह की प्राथना ा से हुआ I इसके अॊतगात

ववचाय, सभाचाय, ववशषे कामाक्रभ, औय तीसये हदन का प्रनतवदे न प्रस्तुत ककमा गमा |

हदन का ऩहरा व्माख्मान श्री सॊजम चौहान, स्नात्तकोतय लशऺक ( अगॊ ्रजे ी), कंे द्रीम ववद्मारम सॊगठन,

आॊचलरक शैऺणणक एवॊ प्रलशऺण सॊस्थान चॊडीगढ़ द्वाया प्रस्तुत ककमा गमा इसभंे उन्होंने कामऺा ेत्र भें भौलरक
शैक्षऺक गनतववधधमों को लशऺण एवॊ प्रलशऺण भंे शालभर कयने ऩय फर हदमा |

तदोऩयातॊ डॉ. एन. के . ऩचौयी, सॊसाधक द्वाया भाननीम गुरज़ाय द्वाया यधचत एवॊ ऩहठत कववता ―ककताफंे

झाकॊ ती है फॊद अरभायी के शीशे स‖े ववडडमो के भाध्मभ से ऩसु ्तकों के भह्व ऩय प्रकाश डारा |

अगरा व्माख्मान श्रीभती वऩमा ठाकु य ननदेलशका एवॊ उऩामुक्त के . वव. स. जीट चडॊ ीगढ़ द्वाया हदमा गमा,
जजसभे उन्होंने ऩुस्तकारम की साज-सज्जा एवॊ उधचत यि-यिाव ऩय प्रकाश डारा ताकक ऩाठक रूधच से
ऩसु ्तकारम की ओय आकवषता हों |
सवे ाकारीन प्रलशऺण लशववय के सभन्वमक श्री सुनीर सैनी द्वाया ई-ग्रॊथारम के सॊगणक भें ववस्थाऩन,

स्थाऩन, ऩुनस्थााऩन एवॊ इसके कक्रमान्वमन सम्फन्धी सभस्माओॊ ऩय तीन सत्रों भंे ववस्ताय से जानकायी

उऩरब्ध कयवाई |

DAY 5 05 FEBRUARY 2019
Group 5 - : GYAN SARTHI

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The morning session started with the wonderful assembly program presented by the
SOOCHNA SARTHI group. After this our Course Coordinator, Shri Sunil Saini, told us
about the WhatsApp group activities - that all participants has to actively share their
outcomes, ideas in the group on a daily basis .
After this Shri Sanjay Chauhan, Faculty ZIET Chandigarh told us about self-esteem. He told
that we should have self esteem while doing our work. We should have self confidence in
ourselves and do our work in such a manner that our presence may be felt in our absence.
After this, we were introduced to Shri Neeraj Assistant Librarian A C JOSHI Library, Panjab
University. Shri Neeraj gave us a lecture on greenstone digital library, its basic structure
and how we can create a digital library in our school libraries. He also introduced us to a
community for digital services called FOSS this community which can help us in
overcoming problems while dealing with the digital services
We had our tea break followed by a practical session on Green Stone Digital Library by
Mujib Rahiman, where he showed us the installation part and how to create digital pages in
it, and in the latter session we all did hands on session, cleared our doubts under the
guidance of both resource persons and our coordinator Mr. Sunil Saini.

DAY 6 06 FEBRUARY 2019
Group – 6 : VIVEKANAND : A KNOWLEDGE HUB

हदनाकॊ ०६/०२/२०१९ को प्रनतहदन की तयह प्रलशऺण लशववय का आयम्ब „ ऻान सायथी‟ सभूह द्वाया प्राथना ा
सबा से ककमा गमा | तदोऩयातॊ , जीट प्राथलभक लशऺा सॊकाम श्री सॊजीव कु भाय द्वाया प्रये णादामी ववचाय
प्रस्तुत ककमे गए | इसके फाद भुजीभ यहभान सय के द्वाया “ द स्टोयी ऑफ़ ए ऩेंलसर” शीषका से एक
िफु सूयत प्रये णादामक ऩी. ऩी. टी. हदिाई गई| पलरताथ,ा भुजीभ यहभान सय के द्वाया „ ब्रॉग ननभाणा ‟ का
प्रलशऺण हदमा गमा| श्री भुजीफ यहभान, सॊसाधक, श्री सुनीर सैनी, प्रलशऺण सॊमोजक एवॊ डॉ एन के ऩचौयी,
सॊसाधक के ननदेशन भंे सबी प्रनतबाधगमों के द्वाया ऩछू े गमे सवारो को प्रबावी तयीके से हर ककमा गमा औय
सबी प्रनतबागी ब्रॉग ननभााण भें सपर यहे |

DAY 7 07 FEBRUARY 2019

GROUP – 1 : INFORMATION HUB

कर के हदन की शुरुआत प्रात: कारीन प्राथना ा से हुई जो कक “वववेकानॊद ए नॉलरज हफ” सभूह द्वाया प्रस्तुत

की गई।

हदन का ऩहरा व्माख्मान श्रीभती येनूका , सह लशक्षऺका ) वाणणज्म(, कंे द्रीम ववद्मारम सॊगठन, आॊचलरक

शैऺणणक एवॊ प्रलशऺण सॊस्थान चडॊ ीगढ़ द्वाया प्रस्तुत ककमा गमा। उन्होने ऩसु ्तकारम की उऩमोधगता के फाये

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भे फताते हुमे ववद्मारम भे ऩुस्तकरामाध्मऺों की अहभ बूलभका से अवगत कयामा। इसके ऩश्चात लशववय
के सॊसाधक डॉ० एन के ऩचौयी द्वाया इरके ्रोननक रयसौससे ऩय ववस्ततृ रूऩ से चचाा की गई तथा लशऺा से जुड़े
अन्म ऺते ्रो के राबदामक इरेक्रोननक सॊसाधनों से हभंे अवगत कयामा । उन्होंने मह बी फतामा की हभ
सबी इरके ्रोननक रयसोसेस को अऩने ब्रॉग भे एक ही जगह ऩय यि सकते हेऄ। दसू ये सत्र भें अनतधथ
प्रवक्ता श्री अननर गुगनानी ने फार अधधकाय सॊयऺण ऩय अधधक जानकायी देते हुए इससे जुड़ी सभस्माओॊ के
सभाधान हेतु एन.सी.ऩी.सी.आय. बी अवगत कयामा । बोजनोऩयाॊत, हभाये सबी साधथमों ने ब्रॉग ननभाणा
ऩय प्रमोगा्भक कामा ककमा। औय कौतूहर को हभाये यहभान सय के द्वाया सभाधान ककमा गमा। इस प्रकाय
प्रलशऺण लशववय का सातवाॊ हदन ऩूणता ् सपर यहा।

DAY 8 08 FEBRUARY 2019

Group – 2 : P KALYAN SUNDARAM

The day was started with the morning assembly by the group Information Hub. All the

morning assembly activities like prayer, thought, news and special items of the day were

very well presented. After this, our course coordinator Mr. Sunil Kumar Saini delivered a
lecture on the topic ―Library Policy 2012‖. He thoroughly explained the Guidelines for

Library and Procedure Manual with the help of power point presentation. His tips to handle

the practical problem in library field were really very beneficial to maintain the uniformity in

the vidyalaya library.

After the tea break, resource person Mr. Mujib Rahiman practically showed through the
Power Point presentation ―Have a Fun‖ that how to change the mood of learner (Reader).
His mood changing technique was really enjoyed by the participants. After this Mr.Mujib

Rahiman taught to the participants through the use of ICT that how to use and contribute in
―KVS Digital Library Repository‖ through Google drive. Dr. N. K. Pachouri, resource
person simultaneously was showing the practical to the participants on the projector.

After lunch, we had hands on session on creation and maintenance of library blog and
digital repository under the guidance of resource persons which was really fruitful.

DAY 9 09 FEBRUARY 2019

Group -3 : RAJARAM MOHAN ROY
कर के हदन का आयम्ब सभूह ―ऩी. कल्दमाण सॊुदयभ ‖ के द्वाया सुफह की प्राथना ा से हुआ I इसके अॊतगात

ववचाय, सभाचाय, ववशेष कामाक्रभ, औय हदन का प्रनतवेदन प्रस्तुत ककमा गमा |

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हदन का ऩहरा व्माख्मान श्री भुजीफ यहहभान), सॊसाधक कंे द्रीम ववद्मारम सॊगठन, आॊचलरक शैऺणणक एवॊ
प्रलशऺण सॊस्थान चडॊ ीगढ़ द्वाया प्रस्तुत ककमा गमा इसभंे उन्होंने कामऺा ते ्र भें भौलरक शैक्षऺक गनतववधधमों
को लशऺण एवॊ प्रलशऺण भंे शालभर कयने ऩय फर हदमा |

तदोऩयातॊ डॉ. एन. के . ऩचौयी, सॊसाधक द्वाया भाननीम गुरज़ाय द्वाया यधचत एवॊ ऩहठत कववता ―ककताफंे
झाॊकती है फदॊ अरभायी के शीशे स‖े ववडडमो के भाध्मभ से ऩुस्तकों के भह्व ऩय प्रकाश डारा |
अगरा व्माख्मान श्रीभती वऩमा ठाकु य ननदेलशका एवॊ उऩामुक्त के . वव. स. जीट चडॊ ीगढ़ द्वाया हदमा गमा,
जजसभे उन्होंने ऩसु ्तकारम की साज-सज्जा एवॊ उधचत यि-यिाव ऩय प्रकाश डारा ताकक ऩाठक रूधच से
ऩुस्तकारम की ओय आकवषता हों |

सेवाकारीन प्रलशऺण लशववय के सभन्वमक श्री सुनीर सैनी द्वाया ई-ग्रॊथारम के सॊगणक भें ववस्थाऩन,
स्थाऩन, ऩनु स्थाऩा न एवॊ इसके कक्रमान्वमन सम्फन्धी सभस्माओॊ ऩय तीन सत्रों भें ववस्ताय से जानकायी
उऩरब्ध कयवाई |

DAY 10 10 FEBRUARY 2019

Group – 4 : SOOCHNA SARTHI

Yesterday, Basant Panchami was Celebrated with great enthusiasm. All the participants

wore yellow attire. The day started with lightening the lamp and offering of yellow flower to

Goddess Saraswati. After this, Prasad was distributed among the participants.

Morning assembly was presented by Raja Ram Mohan Rai Group. After that course
coordinator Mr. Sunil Saini emphasised on women empowerment and told a beautiful story
on it. Then he gave an interactive lecture on RTI 2005. It was very beneficial for all the
participants.

After tea break, Dr. N. K. Pachauri told us about various methods through which Librarian
can enhance reading habits among students.

After lunch break, cultural program was organized by Group-3 in which all participants took

active part with enthusiasm. Many group and individual programs were presented during
this program. In this way 10th day program was interesting and beneficial for us.

DAY 11 11 FEBRUARY 2019

Group 5 - : GYAN SARTHI
मह रयऩोटा वऩछरे दो हदन की है | हदनाॊक 11-02-2019 को प्राथना ा की शुरूआत “सूचना सायथी सभूह -5 के
द्वाया की गई | प्राथना ा भंे आॊगुतक यहे श्री एस. ऩी. लसहॊ . सहमोगी प्रलशऺक, जीट चॊडीगढ़ , ने अऩने ववचाय

यि|े इसके फाद श्रीभनत सुनीता गोसाॊई, स्नातकोतय लशक्षऺका (हहदॊ ी), द्वाया याजबाषा अधधननमभ ऩय

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व्माख्मान हदमा गमा, जजसभें के न्द्रीम ववबागों, कंे द्रीम याज्मों भंे सॊऩका व ऩत्र व्मवहाय की बाषा के फाये भें
फतामा गमा |

इसके फाद भध्म अवधध ऩयीऺा हुई, जजसभें सबी प्रनतबाधगमों ने बाग लरमा| इसके ऩश्चात प्रमोगा्भक सत्र
हुआ, जजसभे सबी ने अभ्मास ककमा इसके फाद प्रनतबाधगमों द्वाया demo हदमा गमा जजसभे सबी
प्रनतबाधगमों ने अऩने ऩसु ्तकारमों भंे ककमे जाने वारे ववलबन्न उत्तभ कक्रमाकराऩों का उल्दरिे ककमा|

हदनाकॊ 12-02-2019 ऩमटा न को सभवऩता यहा, सबी ने फराचोय भें नाश्ता ककमा| कपय स्वणा भॊहदय व
जलरमाॊवारा फाग गए| स्वणा भॊहदय भें आस्था के साथ ही साथ देशबजक्त देिने को लभरी, जहाॉ हभ सबी ने
रॊगय का आनॊद लरमा, औय जलरमावॊ ारा फाग भंे 1919 की जनयर डामय द्वाया की गई नशृ ॊस ह्मा, औय कु एॉ
भँे सैकड़ों रोगों की ह्मा का दृश्म साभने आ गमा, दीवाय ऩय गोलरमों के ननशान देिकय आॊिों के साभने वो
भॊजय था , जैसे की आज की फात हो| इसके फाद हभ सबी ने फाघा अटायी फॉडया की तयप प्रस्थान ककमा जहाॉ
ऩय रयरीट सये ेभनी देिी, उसके फाये भें कु छ बी कहना अनतश्मोजक्त होगी, जहाॉ ऩय बायतीम होने का गवा व
जनून देिने को लभरा, जहाॉ ऩय बायत भाता की जम, हहन्दसु ्तान जजॊदाफाद के नाये गूॉज यहे थंे |

DAY 12 12 FEBRUARY 2019

On 12 February 2019, the participants of the in-service Course started on a one day tour to

Amritsat and Wagah Border.

We started our journey at 5:30 am. We reached Amritsar Golden Temple at around 11:30

am. All the participants visited the Golden Temple. Then we visited Jalianwala Bagh which

was an amazing experience. We had Lungar at prestigious Golden Temple and proceeded

to Wagah Border.
We reached Atari – Wagha border at 3:30 pm and all the participates enjoyed the Beating

The Retreat ceremony at the Indo-Pak border. We were enthralled by the ceremony and the

environment was filled with patriotism.

We returned from Wagha border at 6:30 pm and had dinner at Jalandhar. We reached

ZIET at 01:00 am.

DAY 13 13 FEBRUARY 2019

Group – 6 : VIVEKANAND : A KNOWLEDGE HUB
On the 13th day of the course, the participants were enriched with various ICT tools and

techniques. First session was started with a training and use of ‗Google- Classroom‘. Smt.

Preeti Sharda, Librarian, Regional Institute of English, trained all participants about various

steps of Google classroom and they created class for their students.

Then after tea break, Smt. Piya Thakur, DC& Director, ZIET Chandigarh, made us aware

about the assignments and guided to prepare articles on library tools and techniques learnt

during the on going in-service course.

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Post lunch session was started with lectures and guidelines on CCS (CCA) Rules and Code

of Conduct. Shri Harwinder Singh, Retd. ASO guided us on different aspects of CCS rules.
The session ended with ‗Book Exhibition‘ organized by N.S. Publisher and Distributor under

the guidance of course coordinator Shri Sunil Saini. Participants got benefitted a lot with all

the programs. Assignments were given to all the groups.

DAY 14 14 FEBRUARY 2019

GROUP – 1 : INFORMATION HUB

हदनाॊक १४/०२/२०१९ शरुआत की लशववय प्रलशऺण वववके ानॊद नॉरजे हफ― की प्राथना ा सबा से की गई| इसके

ऩश्चात डॉ एन के ऩचौयी ने सबी सभूहों को प्रमोगा्भक कामा कयने हेतु हदशाननदेश हदए |

इसके ऩश्चात श्री सॊजम चौहान जी ने ―तनाव प्रफधॊ न‖ ववषम ऩय फहुत ही योचक ढॊग से व्माख्मान हदमा,
जजसके अतॊ गात उन्होंने फतामा कक तनाव क्मों होता है ? इसके हें होते दशु ्ऩरयणाभ क्मा , तथा उनका ननवायण
कै से ककमा जा सकता है|

जरऩान अन्तयार के ऩश्चात श्रीभती येणुका, स्नातकोतय वाणणज्म, ने “ववतीम प्रफधन― ऩय अऩना व्माख्मान
हदमा, उन्होंने फतामा कक हभें अऩनी आम के अनुसाय, अऩने व्मम का सभामोजन ककस प्रकाय कयना चाहहए,
सफसे ऩहरे अऩना फजट ननधारा यत कयें, कपय अऩनी आम को ननजश्चत अनुऩात के आधाय ऩय िचा कयके ,
अनावश्मक िचा ऩय ननमॊत्रण कयके , फचत भंे वदृ ्धध की जा सकती है ,

बोजन उऩयान्त श्रीभती भॊजुरा सुरारयमा जी ने (Communication Skill) ववषम ऩय प्रमोगा्भक कक्रमाओॊ

के भाध्मभ से हभें भनोयॊजन कयाते हुए योचक जानकायी प्रदान ककमा .

अॊत भंे जरऩान अतॊ यार के फाद हभ सबी ने कम्प्मूटय कऺ भें अऩने अऩने ववषमों ऩय कामा ककमा |

DAY 15 15 FEBRUARY 2019

Group – 2 : P KALYAN SUNDARAM
Yesterday‘s morning assembly performed by ―INFORMATION HUB‖ (Group No.-1). In the

morning session first lecture was delivered by Mrs. M. Rajeshwari (PGT Maths), Training
Associate, KVS ZIET Chandigarh on ―REFRESH YOUR MINDS ACTIVITY‖. She refreshed

our mind by giving some reasoning and mental ability test.

After that, Dr. N K Pachauri, Resource Person presented PowerPoint Presentation on
―PHOTOSCAPE‖ software, it‘s downloading and its applicability.

Before tea break, Mr. S.P. Singh (PGT BIO), Training Associate KVS ZIET Chandigarh
gave knowledgeable lecture on ―ADOLSCENCE AND LIFE SKILL‖. He made his lecture
lively by conducting mock practices with the help of participants. He emphasized on ―Child
Cantered Approach‖ driven from National Curriculum Framework 2005. The session was

concluded at lunch time.
After lunch in 2nd session participants performed hands-on practice on various softwares
including PHOTOSCAPE, it‘s downloading and applicability under the guidance of our

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worthy Resource Persons Dr. N K Pachauri, Sh. Mujib Rahiman and Course Coordinator,
Sh. Sunil Saini.

DAY 16 16 FEBRUARY 2019

Group -3 : RAJARAM MOHAN ROY

कर के हदन की शुरुआत प्रात: कारीन प्राथना ा से हुई जो कक ऩी0 कल्दमाण सुन्दयभ सभूह द्वाया प्रस्तुत की

गई । प्रात: कारीन सत्र का आयम्ब श्री सुनीर सैनी, सह सॊमोजक प्रलशऺण, द्वाया ककमा गमा ।

इसके ऩश्चात इस सत्र भंे आगे फढते हुए सबी 6 सभूहों का प्रस्तुनतकयण प्रायम्ब हुआ, जजसभे ऩहरे सत्र भें 3
सभूहों द्वाया अऩने सभूह कामा की प्रस्तुनत की गमी, सभूहों द्वाया Irfan View, MOOCS औय NDLI के

फाये भें फतामा गमा जजससे सबी प्रनतबाधगमों को इनके फाये भें ववस्ततृ जानकायी लभरी ।

चाम के उऩयान्त श्री रूऩक चक्रवती, सहामक प्रोपे सय, डडऩाटाभंेट ऑफ़ राइब्रेयी एॊड इनपाभशे न साइॊस, ऩॊजाफ

मूननवलसाटी चॊडीगढ़, ने सबी प्रनतबाधगमों को Institutional Repository के फाये भंे ववस्ततृ जानकायी दी

जजसभे हभने अऩनी Repository फनाने के फाये भंे बी सीिा ।

दोऩहय बोजन के ऩश्चात 3 सभूहों द्वाया अऩने सभूह कामा की प्रस्तुनत दी गमी जजसभे सभूहों द्वाया

Google Sheet, Google Form, Quizizz औय Photoscape के फाये भें फतामा गमा जजससे सबी

प्रनतबाधगमों को इनके फाये ऩनु ् ववस्ततृ जानकायी प्राप्त हुई । अनॊ तभ सत्र भें प्रनतबाधगमों ने अऩने demo

lessons हदए, जजसभे सबी प्रनतबाधगमों ने अऩने ऩसु ्तकारम भंे होने वारी गनतववधधमों से सबी को अवगत

कयामा | इस प्रकाय सेवा कारीन प्रलशऺण का 16वा हदन ऻानवधका तयीके से अऩनी ऩणू ता ा की ओय अग्रेवषत

हुआ ।

DAY 17 17 FEBRUARY 2019

Group – 4 : SOOCHNA SARTHI

The day was started with morning assembly, which was presented by Raja Ram Mohan Rai

(Group 3). It included prayer, thought, news, special items etc.
The first lecture was delivered by Mr Sanjeev, TA (Primary) on the topic ―Class Library
Management‖. It was very useful for the participants who are managing primary class

library.

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After this an important information was given by Mr. Ranjit Ranjan Jha, Director ORC
Academy on careers in Defence Sector and made all the participants aware about the
preparation and eligibility criteria of admission to NDA, SAINIK SCHOOL and RIMC.
In the last session of the day, Mr. Sanjay Chauhan , Associate Trainee (Eng) delivered
lecture on the topic ―Pronunciation Matters Believe Me‖ and told about some common
errors which we made during English communication. It was very beneficial for all the
participants.
In this way day was concluded in a beautiful way

DAY 18 18 FEBRUARY 2019

Group 5 - : GYAN SARTHI

हदनाकॊ 18 -02- 2019की शुरुआत प्रात् कारीन सभूह चाय ‗सूचना‘ सायथी द्वाया प्राथना ा प्रस्तुत की गई | श्री

सुनीर सैनी ने सबी सभूह को जजम्भेदारयमाॉ दी ताकक ठीक प्रकाय कामवा ाहन कय सके | इसके फाद सैनी सय ने

guidance and career counseling के फाये जानकायी प्रदान की, ताकक ववद्माधथमा ों का अच्छा बववष्म

फना सकंे | इसके फाद श्री भुजीफ यहभान ने ऩुस्तकारमध्मऺों को गवा भहसूस कयाने हेतु एक ववडडमो हदिामा|
इसके फाद Roald Dahl कृ त George‘s Marvelous Medicine ऩसु ्तक की e- book हदिाई औय
ऩसु ्तकारम भे मे ऩसु ्तक यिने की सराह दी| इसके फाद” Digital literacy & cyber security “ऩय रैक्चय

हदमा जजससे ववद्माधथमा ों व अध्माऩकों को साइफय व डडजजटर अऩयाधों से फचामा जा सके | रॊच के फाद

अधधकतय प्रनतबाधगमों ने फसे ्ट प्रजै क्टस भे फढ़ -चढ़ बाग लरमा औय अतॊ भे श्री सुनीर सैनी ने” format of
Librarian diary “के ऩहरुओॊ को ववस्तायऩवू का फतामा जजससे बरी प्रकाय बया जा सकें |

DAY 19 19 FEBRUARY 2019

Group – 6 : VIVEKANAND : A KNOWLEDGE HUB

हदनाॊक-19 02-2019 को सभूह- 5 के द्वाया प्राथना ा प्रस्तुत कयने के फाद कामाक्रभ की शुरुआत श्रीभनत

सॊधचत कौय सोढ़ी के मोग सत्र से शुरू हुई | उन्होने गेस्ट रेक्चयु य के रूऩ भंे मोग औय स्वास्थ्म ऩय अनेक
भह्वऩूणा जानकारयमाॉ दी औय प्रनतबाधगमो को जागरूक ककमा | उसके फाद, सॊसादक डॉ एन .के . ऩचोयी ने

करेक्शन डवे ्रऩभेंट इन राइब्रयी ऩय अनके भह्वऩणू ा ऩसु ्तोकों औयप्रकाशकों का जजकय ककमा औय फतामा

जजस से राइब्रयी भे ऩुस्तकों का ववववद सॊग्रह ककमा जा सके । उसके फाद जीट प्रागॊ ान भे प्रनतबाधगओ के ग्रुऩ

पोटोग्राप के गई।

रॊच के फाद ऩोस्ट टेस्ट का आजोजन हुआ औय सबी प्रनतबागी ऩोस्ट टेस्ट भे शालभर हुए।उसके फाद

अगरे हदन की साॊसकृ त कामाक्रभ की रूऩयेिा तमाय की गई।

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Group – 2 : P KALYAN SUNDARAM
The day started with morning assembly by Vivekanand Group. The first session was
handled by Mr. Sunil Saini, who demonstrated once again the installation of EG3OPAC as
requested bv the participants. He then explained the process of stock verification and
condemnation.
It was followed by a survey by Mr. SP Singh, TA (Biology) on AEP.
After tea break, the participants were given time to plan and practice Cultural Programme.
Then we had lunch which was followed by the much awaited Cultural Programme that
began at 2:30 pm.
All the participants actively involved in the programme. A wonderful extravaganza of songs,
skit and poetry enthralled the gathering.

DAY 21 21 FEBRUARY 2019

Group -3 : RAJARAM MOHAN ROY
The 21st and the last day of the in-service course started with morning assembly conducted

by group -1 (Information Hub).
The day started with Principal‘s Management Game organised by Mr. Sanjay Chauhan to

build teamwork, improve observation skills and enhance the professional competency.

Everyone participated with full enthusiasm and was very much exciting and informative.

The question answer session that followed under the Course Coordinator, Shri Sunil Saini

and both the resource persons Dr. NK Pachauri and Shri Mujib Rahiman. During the

session all the topics covered under the course were discussed briefly and participants also

raised various queries and difficulties which were discussed. Under the general discussion
on ―Preservation of Library Material and Library Management‖ Dr. NK Pachauri briefly

explained how to take care of the library materials.

After lunch break, valedictory function was held. The honourable Deputy Commissioner and

Course Director, ZIET Chandigarh, Mrs. Piya Thakur was the Chief Guest The participants

expressed their experiences about the course. The resource persons Dr. NK Pachauri and

Mr. Mujib Rahiman gave their impressions about the in-service course and informed the

participants to keep in touch with each other and help to improve themselves both

personally and professionally .

Mrs. Piya Thakur, Course Director, gave away the certificates to the participants and also

addressed the participants. The course coordinator Mr. Sunil Saini delivered vote of thanks

and expressed the hope that this training course will help the participants in delivering their

services at Vidyalaya in an effective manner. He expressed his gratitude and thanks to the

participants for the cooperation and active participation.

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RIGHT TO INFORMATION: A FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHT

Sunil Saini
Librarian ZIET Chandigarh

& Course Coordinator
What is RTI Act 2005 ?

 Central legislation
 Grants access to information held by a public authority
 Flows from two fundamental rights enshrined in the Constitution:

• Article 19-Freedom of speech and expression
• Article 21-Right to life and liberty
 Enacted: 15 June 2005
 Enforced: 12 October 2005
What is information?
Any material in any form: -
Records, documents, memos, e-mails, opinions, advices, press releases, circulars, orders,
logbooks, contracts, reports, papers, samples, models, data, material in any electronic form,
information relating to any private body which can be accessed by a public authority
File noting's: are accessible unless they fall under the exempted category [Section 2 (f), (i)
and (j)]
What is a record?
a) Document, manuscript, file
b) Microfilm, microfiche, fax
c) Reproduction of film or images embodied in such a film
d) Any other material produced by a computer or other electronic devise
Right to information means the right to:
Inspect works, documents, records, Take notes, extracts, certified copies of documents and
records
Take certified samples of material
Access information in the following forms:
 printouts, diskettes, floppies, tapes, videocassettes and other electronic mode
[Section 2 (j)]
Who can you demand information from?
• Public Authority:

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Any institution/authority/body of self-government established or constituted:
By or under the Constitution
By any law made by Parliament
By any law made by State Legislature

Body owned/controlled/substantially financed; NGO substantially financed by government
[Section 2 (h)]
Electronic Management of Records
Every public authority shall – maintain all its records duly catalogued and indexed in a
manner and the form which facilitates the right to information under this Act and ensure that
all records that are appropriate to be computerized are, within a reasonable time and
subject to availability of resources, computerized and connected through a network all over
the country on different systems so that access to such records is facilitated [ Section 4 (1)]
Section 4: the spirit of RTI 2005
―It shall be the endeavour of every public
authority…to provide as much information suo moto to the public at regular intervals
through various means of communication…so that the public have minimum resort to the
use of this Act to obtain information‖ [Section 4 (1)]
Exempted Information-
• Section 8 of the Act deals with information that cannot be disclosed unless the larger
public interest warrants the same
• Information dating to event/matter twenty years back shall be provided
• Public interest in disclosure overrides restricting that information
PIOs: Who are they and what are their obligations?
Public Informatiohzn Officers are designated in every public authority to provide information
to requisitioners
Their Duties:
Respond to information requests
Render all reasonable assistance including reducing requisition in written format
If requested information is with another PA, the PIO will transfer the requisition within 5
days and inform the requisitioner immediately [Section 6]
Duties of PIO-
Respond to a requisition within 30 days:

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Provide information on payment of fee
Reject the requisition with reasons
If information concerns life or liberty of requisitioner, respond within 48 hours.
If the PIO fails to do any of the above within 30 days, s/he shall be deemed to have refused
the request [Section 7]
When information is rejected:-
The PIO will have to communicate to the applicant:
The reasons for the rejection
The period within which the appeal should be made
Particulars of the appellate authority. [Section 7 (8)]
Can you ask for partial disclosure?
In case of providing partial access to information:
Reasons
Names of PIOs who took the decision [Section 10 (1)]
If information has been supplied by a third party/ third party treats the information as
confidential, the PIO will:
Give a written notice to the third party within 5 days of date of request to make a
representation
Third party will get 10 days to make a representation [Section 11]
Penalty-
 The CIC/SCIC shall impose a penalty of Rs 250/- per day
 Total amount will not exceed Rs 25,000
• Not furnishing information in 30 days
• Misleading the applicant
• Providing wrong information
• Not publishing information suo motu
• Not computerizing data and uploading on website [Section 18]
How do you request for information?
 Keep the questions short and specific
 Details of IOs now available on website u/s 4(1) (b)
 Duty of PA to ensure that the application reaches the correct PIO
 No need to give reasons for making the requisition

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 No prescribed application format: some PAs have their own form but cannot enforce
compliance
Fee that you have to pay: Central
• Rs 10 has to be deposited along with the application form
• Rs 2 has to be paid for every page of information sought
• Actual cost price for any samples or models
• For inspection of records, no charge for the first hour: but a charge of Rs 5 for every
15 minutes thereafter
• Actual cost price for paper larger than A3 size
• Rs 50 for information provided on a diskette
• For information in printed form, the price fixed for the publication
Fee: Delhi-
 Requisition to be accompanied by Rs 10 payable by cash/demand draft/banker‘s
cheque to the Accounts Officer:
• Rs 2 per page created or copied
• Actual cost or price for models or samples
• For inspection of records, no fee for the first hour; Rs 5 for each subsequent hour or
fraction thereof
• Rs 50 for information on diskette or floppy
• For information in printed form, at price fixed for publication or Rs 2 per photocopied
extract
Appeals Process:-

Format
Documents
Procedure in deciding the appeal
Service of notice by the Commission
Personal presence of appellant/complainant
Order of the Commission

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COPYRIGHT LAW IN DIGITAL ERA

Sunil Saini

Librarian, ZIET, Chandigarh
The copyright law in historical chronicles is known to be the legacy of technology. It has
undergone methodical changes keeping in view the nature, extent and domain of
technology involved to secure the public interest of imagination, invention and
resourcefulness. Its main thrust is to provide adequate incentives to authors and creators of
miscellaneous copyright works, on the one hand, and make such works reachable to the
public on the other hand.
The copyright law had to adjust itself between the need to award the creator and the
attractiveness of making such works public. With the ubiquity of the Internet as a
exceptional and wholly new intermediate of all-inclusive human communiqué all over the
world, shrunk into a digital global village, the protection of copyright works has become a
serious concern for lawyers, as well as, the other stakeholders. The Internet together with
computer networks makes it possible for an more and more larger number of those to
participate in collective information construction, thereby debilitate the efforts to provide
encouragements to original creators of intellectual property. The Internet enables the
nearly-instantaneous, original quality reproduction of and world-wide, lightening-speed
dissemination of copyrighted works.
The above arresting features of Internet make itself emerge as ―the world‘s biggest copy
machine‖ The puzzles and inconsistencies underlying the digital dilemma, by nature, are
connected with the dichotomy between the notion of ―information wants to be free‖ and the
anxieties for stronger registered control of information in the digital environment. Against the
above background this paper shall examine and critically analyseunindustrialized issues
regarding copyright protection in digital environment.
Government of India in 1998 passed the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which updated
copyright laws to address the realities of Digital Technology at present . With the growth
and development of Technology and more particularly digitization, the entire world has
recognized the need for a Digital Copyright Law. Therefore, the existing Copyright law was
evolved, as the trend of maintaining records in the form of Digital data clearly requires
protection a need felt all around the world.
DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AND COPYRIGHT ISSUES:
The advancement in technology postured new challenges to the current copyright laws, as
the law was primarily developed in the regime of print media that slowly evolved its
protective works to include creative works, paintings, drawings, sculptures, which later
expanded to photography and cinema as well. The age old legislations and their core
concepts in copyright law had to be reentered, so as to make digital societal record
progress. The technical copiers or recorders made the digital data easily available with the

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increase in use of the internet , which could lead to manipulation of the work vis a vis a free
flow of information in society, as the moment this digital record is placed in the public
domain on the internet the author loses all control.
THE LATEST COPYRIGHT (AMENDMENT) ACT 2012:
A fair dealing exemption, use for education purpose which were earlier applicable only in
relation to certain types of work e.g. literary, dramatic and musical works, have been made
applicable to all types of work.
A fair dealing exception has been extended to the reporting of current events, including the
reporting of a lecture delivered in public. Earlier, fair dealing exception was limited for
private or personal use, including research, and
criticism or review, whether of that work or of any other work.
Further, it has been elucidated that the storing of any work in any electronic medium for the
purposes mentioned in this clause, including the accompanying storage of any computer
programme which is not an trespassing copy, does not establish infringement. The transient
and incidental storage of a work or performance purely in the technical process of electronic
transmission or communication to the public;
The transient and incidental storage of a work or presentation for the purpose of
providing electronic links, access or integration, where such links, access or integration has
not been expressly prohibited by the right holder, unless the person responsible is aware or
has reasonable grounds for have confidence in that such storage is of an infringing copy:
Provided that if the person responsible for the storage of a copy, on a protest from which
any person has been barred, he may require such person to produce an order within
fourteen days from the competent court for the continued prevention of such storage;
The storage of a work in any medium by microelectronic means by a non‐commercial public
library, for conservation if the library already enjoys a non‐digital copy of the work; The
manufacture of a three‐dimensional object from a two‐dimensional artistic work, such as a
technical drawing, for the purposes of industrial submission of any purely functional part of
a useful device;
The progression of copyright has been closely linked to technical development. Whereas
most of the technologies made copyright defence more difficult, digital computers managed
to alter the fundamental concepts behind copyright. These contests to copyright industry
have emerged at a time when the share of exclusive rights in national financial prudence is
reaching unprecedented levels. It becomes critical to adjust the legal system to respond to
the new technological developments in an effective and appropriate way, keeping in view
the speed and pace of these developments.
A procedural mechanism for international litigation would serve to complement already
existing substantive provisions. In order to augment enforcement the following measures
may be taken:

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The legal framework of Indian copyright law envisage penal and civil provisions to
safeguard the interests of the creators, however, it is not free from hassles and hurdles
which need to be eliminated.
The enforcement aspect of the provisions is a matter of great concern and there is an
urgent need of building better administrative machinery for the enforcement of the
provisions of the legislation which requires well-oiled enforcement machinery.
There is a need for trained and well-equipped specialized police force for detection and
enforcement of provisions relating to violation of copyright and there is also a need for
change of the judicial mindset in dealing with copyright violations.
There are still misconceptions, difficulties of access to courts, slow growth of copyright bar
and delay in disposal of whatever cases reach the courts. It is submitted that redress and
access to the adjudicatory machinery must be improved and this can be done in a better
manner, if copyright or intellectual property tribunals manned by specialists in the areas are
set up throughout the country. · The ubiquitous nature of Internet necessitates the
consideration of multinational enforcement, which will to some degree require the
harmonization of domestic laws concerning enforcement measures and facilitate the cross-
border protection of copyright in the digital age. Diversities in basic theories and in the
practice of national systems protecting copyright and related rights create obstacles to
effective international and national implementation of protection of authors and other right
owners.
The experience and achievements of the harmonization programme of the European
Community demonstrate the opportunities of bringing together important provisions of
diverse national systems. The unity of legislative approach will, it is defer to, be the only
effective way of dealing with the problems posed for the exercise of copyright and related
rights in the borderless environment created by the Internet and other international
communication systems.
The provisions of the Berne Convention taken in conjunction with those of other relevant
international apparatuses and the relevant regional instruments can, it is suggested, provide
the basis for a unified global system of copyright, and, to be effective, future planning
should be based on moves towards a world copyright regulation which will incorporate
harmonized rules on all fundamental issues.
Last but not the least, since, the pirate is using new knowledges in the digital atmosphere to
infringe on the copyright and related rights, so in the same vein, the holders of these rights
should use the very means to counter such actions of infringer. As renowned novelist
Chinua Achebe once said the Engel bird says ‗since man has learnt to shoot without
missing, I have also learnt to fly without perching.
The recent Modifications to the Indian copyright law have certainly given room for using
creative lawyering skills to develop and structure innovative business models to help the
industries effectively deal with the changes.

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CAREER GUIDANCE

Sunil Saini
Librarian, ZIET, Chandigarh

Career guidance consists of the services that help people successfully manage their career
development. Although this aspect of human development occurs on its own as we mature,
everyone can benefit from assistance navigating through this process.
Services
Since career guidance is intended to support an individual through his or her entire career,
it includes the following components:
• Career Choice Assistance: Career guidance often involves assisting students who are

trying to choose a career. Career development professionals may administer self
assessment instruments or teach their clients how to use self-administered tools, to
help them learn about their interests, values, skills and personality type. They can
educate individuals about how to explore occupations that are most suitable based on
that information and then ultimately teach them how to decide which one is the best
choice.
• Job Search Help: Helping you choose a career would be pointless if you didn't
subsequently learn how to find a job in the field you chose. Therefore career guidance
also consists of providing job search assistance. We generally don't learn job search
strategy in the classroom. Therefore most people don't have these necessary skills
when they begin to look for employment.
• Early and Mid-Career Advice: While most people seek help with issues that occur as
they are just beginning their careers, such as choosing a career or securing their first
job, career guidance services also include providing advice about issues that occur
later on as individuals establish and grow their careers. Individuals can get assistance
with career advancement and dealing with workplace issues, such as getting along with
their boss and co-workers, preparing for and responding to performance reviews, and
managing job stress.
• Job Loss Recovery: Losing a job is devastating both financially and emotionally.
Assisting those who are dealing with this is a component of career guidance. Clients
can find out how to cope with practical issues like applying for unemployment benefits
and finding a new job. They can also get encouragement and advice from professionals
and, through support groups, from others who are in the same situation.
• Motivatation: Dealing with career-related issues can be difficult. Career guidance
services can push you to not give up whether you are stuck in an unsuccessful job
search campaign or having trouble deciding whether to change careers.

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• Career Change: Many people do not stay in the same occupation for their entire
working lives and, in fact, some change careers multiple times. For that reason, career
guidance also includes advising those who are making this kind of transition about
topics such as job retraining and transferable skills.

Career Guidance Providers
Professionals who provide career guidance include career counsellors and career
development facilitators. School guidance counsellors provide these services to middle and
high school students. A college student can seek career guidance from the career services
office at his or her institution.
Career centres in public libraries are a good source of free career information. All have a
multitude of free resources and tools that librarians can teach you to use and many also
have counselling services available.
In addition many community agencies provide free or low cost vocational assistance,
including occupational training programs and workshops on job search skills. One-Stop
Career Centres, which are sponsored by the US Department of Labour and located
throughout the country, offer tools and services to help job seekers and students.

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HOW TO CREATE AND RESTORE DATABASE (GRANTH3)
MANUALLY

Sunil Saini
Librarian ZIET Chandigarh

& Course Coordinator

Introduction
To use the e-Granthalaya Software for automation of your library, you need to install the
database management program i.e. ―Microsoft SQL Server‖. You have to use the latest
version of the MS SQL Server is ―Microsoft SQL Server 2005‖. Further, there are various
editions within the Version, which edition you need that depends on the ―Implementation
Mode‖ of the e-Granthalaya.
Before Creation and Restore of GRANTH3 database make sure that SQL Server must be
running in Mixed Mode of Authentication (SQL Server Authentication). You can change the
Authentication mode using the properties of the SQL Server
[A]. How to Create and Restore GRANTH3 database
1. After Installation and Setup of the MS SQL Server 2005, re-boot your PC and then follow
the steps for creating and re-storing the GRANTH3 database from the database_bakup file
available in the software CD (e-Granthalaya CD in Database folder) or in your PC
2. Copy the database backup (GRANTH3.bak) file from the CD (Database Folder) in the
library folder under C drive (C:\Library\). In case Library folder is not available, please
create a new folder in C drive and re-name it as LIBRARY
3. Go to START >> PROGRAMS >> MS SQL Server 2005 >>SQL Server Management
Studio and Click it as given below:
4. The MS SQL Server management studio will appear . It will connect your SQL Server
and Windows authentication (in Default)
5. Press ―Connect‖ button
6. After connecting your SQL Server , you can create a new database here by right clicking
the ―Databases‖ object and select ―New Database…‖
7. A new window will appear as given below, type the name of the database (GRANTH3) or
something else and press OK button to create a new blank database
It will create the New Database GRANTH3
8. Here you will restore the newly created database with the backup file which you copied in
the ―C:\Library‖ folder vide Step no.2 . For restoring the database, right click your newly
created database (GRANTH3) > Task>>Restore>>Database,
9. Select the ―From Device‖ option from the above screen and pres … (three dot button
given in the right side of the screen against above selection
Press ADD button

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12. In the bottom part of the above screen , select the ―All Files(*.*)‖ from the ―Files of Type‖
and then select the backup file you just copies to ―C:\Library‖ folder in the Step no.2
(browse the folders on your computer drives‖
13. After selecting the backup file from the copied location , press OK button
14. Press OK again u will see the following screen 15. Check the Check box given in the
above screen and press the OPTION tab given in the upper Left part of the above screen
NOTE: Here you may need to change the Path of the Database in case it gives error.
The Path may be browse by clicking the … button in the right side of the above
screen.
16. Check the check box against the option ―Overwrite the existing database…‖ from the
above screen and press OK
17. It will start the restoring the database, after successful restore it will give the
message as seen in the above screen, then Press OK.
[A]. How to Create new Database User/Login for GRANTH3 database
After successful restore of the GRANTH3 database, you need to create a new Login with
SQL Password, steps are given below:
1. Right Click the ‗SECURITY‘ object from SQL Server 2005 and select New
Login
2. on click the New Login, new window will appear
3. Type the name of the login (granth3), choose SQL Server Authentication and type and
re-type the password (granth3) and select the database (GRANTH3) for which you are
creating the user. However, you may give any user and password which must be noted
down for future use). Login Name and Password are case sensitive
4. Then click the ―Server Role‖ object from the Left side of the screen and check all the
check boxes
5. Then click the ―User Mapping‖ object from the left side of the screen and select your
database (GRANTH3) from the right side and check the first six check boxes
6. The press the Ok
NOTE: now re-boot the system again. Now your database is fully prepared for use with e-
Granthalaya software
NOTE: You must always note down the following information for setting up database
connectivity with eG3: Database Server Name, Database Name, Login and Password.
These information can be taken from SQL Server 2005.

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DIGITAL LIBRARY

Sunil Saini
Librarian ,ZIET, Chandigarh

[email protected]

A digital library is a collection of documents in organized electronic form, available on the
Internet or on CD-ROM (compact-disk read-only memory) disks. Depending on the specific
library, a user may be able to access magazine articles, books, papers, images, sound files,
and videos
A digital library is a special library with a focused collection of digital objects that can include
text, visual material, audio material, video material, stored as electronic media formats,
along with means for organizing, storing, and retrieving the files and media contained in the
library collection. Digital libraries can vary immensely in size and scope, and can be
maintained by individuals, organizations, or affiliated with established physical library
buildings or institutions, or with academic institutions. The digital content may be stored
locally, or accessed remotely via computer networks. An electronic library is a type of
information retrieval system.
Terminology-
A distinction is often made between content that was created in a digital format, known as
born-digital, and information that has been converted from a physical medium, e.g. paper,
through digitization. It should also be noted that not all electronic content is in digital data
format. The term hybrid library is sometimes used for libraries that have both physical
collections and electronic collections
Digitization-
In the past few years, procedures for digitizing books at high speed and comparatively low
cost have improved considerably with the result that it is now possible to digitize millions of
books per year. Google book-scanning project is also working with libraries to offer digitize
books pushing forward on the digitize book realm.
Purpose of Digital Library-
There are three major reasons for digitization endeavors: (i) there is a need to preserve
endangered library resources, (ii) improvement of the efficiency of information search
mechanisms, and (iii) digitization improves access to library resources. Most libraries are
digitizing materials which might be lost in the future, such as old manuscripts, research
projects, photo images, analogue maps, non-live musical recordings, government official
gazettes and several other historical records. Digitization is useful in preserving precious
materials. Making high-quality digital images available electronically will reduce wear and
tear of fragile items. However, digital copy should not be seen as a replacement for the

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original piece, therefore original document should be cared for even after digitization.
Preservation remains a secondary benefit of digital projects.
The search mechanisms for information in the traditional library set-up are very slow and
inefficient. Libraries in most third world countries are dispersed and uncoordinated. This
makes accessing materials in these libraries to necessitate physical contact by users. If
these libraries become digitized, such library resources can be assessed online without s
tress. Online links can be made to existing digital libraries; this will enable users to use
materials that are not available in the local library. Infact, it will enable interlibrary loan.
Digitization improves access to library resources. By digitizing library collections,
information will be accessible to all instead of a group of researchers. Digital projects allow
users to search for collections rapidly and comprehensively from anywhere at any time.
Digitization makes the invisible to be visible. Several users can access the same material
the same time without hindrance. It also removes the problem of distance, as users do not
have to travel to libraries that possess the hard copies of library materials before they can
access and use such materials. A digital library can be made to serve a region
Software implementation-
Institutional repository software is designed for archiving, organizing, and searching a
library's content. Popular open-source solutions include D Space, GSDL E Prints and
Digital Commons.
Academic repositories-
Many academic libraries are actively involved in building institutional repositories of the
institution's books, papers, theses, and other works which can be digitized or were 'born
digital'. Many of these repositories are made available to the general public with few
restrictions, in accordance with the goals of open access.
Some institutions have begun the task of converting classic books to electronic format for
distribution on the Internet. Some files can be viewed directly in HTML format; others can
be downloaded in PDF format and printed. Some publishers keep electronic files of books
and produce them one unit at a time in printed and bound form on demand.
Digital archives-
Physical archives differ from physical libraries in several ways. Traditionally, archives are defined as:
1. Containing primary sources of information (typically letters and papers directly produced
by an individual or organization) rather than the secondary sources found in a library
(books, periodicals, etc.).
2. having their contents organized in groups rather than individual items.
3. Having unique contents.
The technology used to create digital libraries is even more revolutionary for archives since
it breaks down the second and third of these general rules. In other words, "digital archives"
or "online archives" will still generally contain primary sources Archives differ from libraries
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or bounded sets of individual items. The books and journals held by libraries are not unique,
since multiple copies exist and any given copy will generally prove as satisfactory as any
other copy. The material in archives and manuscript libraries are "the unique records of
corporate bodies and the papers of individuals and families".
Searching-
Most digital libraries provide a search interface which allows resources to be found. These
resources are typically deep web (or invisible web) resources since they frequently cannot
be located by search engine crawlers. Some digital libraries create special pages or
sitemaps to allow search engines to find all their resources. Digital libraries frequently use
the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH) to expose their
metadata to other digital libraries, and search engines like Google Scholar, Yahoo! and
Scirus can also use OAI-PMH to find these deep web resources.
There are two general strategies for searching a federation of digital libraries: distributed
searching and searching previously harvested metadata.
Distributed searching typically involves a client sending multiple search requests in parallel
to a number of servers in the federation. The results are gathered, duplicates are eliminated
or clustered, and the remaining items are sorted and presented back to the client. Protocols
like Z39.50 are frequently used in distributed searching. A benefit to this approach is that
the resource-intensive tasks of indexing and storage are left to the respective servers in the
federation. A drawback to this approach is that the search mechanism is limited by the
different indexing and ranking capabilities of each database; therefore, making it difficult to
assemble a combined result consisting of the most relevant found items.
Advantages of Digitization -
1. While conventional library system allows the removal of the information resources from
the shelves for use whenever later returned, the contemporary digital information system
and services allows for the copying of information resources to the user‘s desired
destinations, diskette, CD, or stored in the User‘s personal computer.
2. Apart from providing information resources, the digital information system and services
also allows the users to perform and enjoy other services such as e-publishing, e-mail,
ejournal, e-books, e-commerce etc.
3. Electronic information resources could also be linked and interactive with cheaper
access.
4. The digital library could be seen as a two way system of information delivery and
transfer.
5. The ideal library cooperation is much more realizable with Electronic Information
Resources (EIR) typical examples of these trends are the applications of the internet and
the World Wide Web (WWW) to electronic publishing and access to online information.
6. Digital information system and services reduce cost significantly especially in terms of
building/extension of librarians, space, personal and redundancy of collection

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7. Storage capacity: the amount of information that can be stored in a digital library cannot
be realized in the manual system.
8. Speed computers (in digital library) are capable of executing millions of instructions per
second. Calculations and comparisons that would normally take several days of human
labor could be done in an hour by the computer. This means that, it gives timely
information.
9. Accuracy: as computer are strictly on instructions and data, all information in or given by
the computer is correct and the data are the result of processing will ever be accurate.
10. Security: There is high level of security in the digital information system and services.
This is because computer software has facilities for password and other controls that
reduces or eliminates case of insecurity to the computer system and data bases (MOE,
2001).
Disadvantages-
Digital libraries, or at least their digital collections, unfortunately also have brought their own
problems and challenges in areas such as:[35]
• User authentication for access to collections
• Digital preservation
• Equity of access
• Interface design
• Interoperability between systems and software
• Information organization
• Training and development
Copyright and licensing-
Digital libraries are hampered by copyright law because, unlike with traditional printed
works, the laws of digital copyright are still being formed. The republication of material on
the web by libraries may require permission from rights holders, and there is a conflict of
interest between libraries and the publishers who may wish to create online versions of their
acquired content for commercial purposes
There is a dilution of responsibility that occurs as a result of the distributed nature of digital
resources. Complex intellectual property matters may become involved since digital
material is not always owned by a library.] The content is, in many cases, public domain or
self-generated content only. Some digital libraries, such asProject Gutenberg, work to
digitize out-of-copyright works and make them freely available to the public. An estimate of
the number of distinct books still existent in library catalogues .
Some digital libraries acquire a license to lend their resources. This may involve the
restriction of lending out only one copy at a time for each license, and applying a system of
digital rights management for this purpose.
Another issue that complicates matters is the desire of some publishing houses to restrict
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books, the library owns the book until it can no longer be circulated, publishers want to limit
the number of times an e-book can be checked out before the library would need to
repurchase that book.
Some Digital Libraries—

1. http://www.nationallibrary.gov.in/ (National Library)
2. https://ndl.iitkgp.ac.in/
3. http://www.ulib.org/ (The Universal Digital Library)
4. http://www.dli.ernet.in/ (Digital Library of India)
5. http://www.digitallibrary.edu.pk/
6. https://openlibrary.org/
7. http://en.childrenslibrary.org/ (International Children‘s digital Library)
8. http://www.gutenberg-e.org/
9. http://ebooksgo.org/free-india
10. http://nsdl.niscair.res.in/jspui/ (National Science digital Library)
11. http://www.dli.gov.in/ (Digital Library of India)
Conclusion –
This paper has established that digitization is an essential task in modern day libraries. If a
library is to live up to current challenges, it has to go digital, that is, provide online services.
This will enable it to preserve endangered library resources, improve the efficiency of
information search mechanisms and enhance access to library resources. It is essential for
the library management to provide policy guidelines and articulate plans for the exercise.
Digital library, otherwise known as virtual library, has grown to a special field of study.
Courses of instruction and research opportunities are now made available in this area of
specialization by some university.
References-
1. Digital Library; Krishan Kumar
2. Wikkipedia
3. National digital library of India

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