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|Title:||Library management and work study|
|Authors:||Nagaraj, M N|
|Abstract:||Explains the objectives and functions of a library keeping in view its obligations toward the community; the logical necessity for framing policies and programmes, each activity is a specific operation or event undertaken sponsored by the library in fulfilling the ultimate objective; the necessity for adopting standards. Details the use of performance budgeting to establish direct relationship between each activity and its cost. Stresses the need for having ideal or near ideal condition the library before setting time standards. Suggests that each activity in a library be examined in detail by work study technique. Give an account of work study technique detailing the method study and work measurement.|
|ISSN:||0975-2404 (Online); 0972-5423 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||ALIS Vol.13(3) [September 1966]|
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