About Library Tranning
THE LIBRARY SYSTEMS
Welcome to the Kathmandu Shiksha Multiple Campus Library Department
A resourceful library is one of the special features of the Kathmandu Shiksha Multiple Campus. Each student can have five books issued from the library at a time. We believe libraries must satisfy our student's in-depth reading derived from all kinds of textbooks, magazines, newspapers, periodicals, journals, etc. Here at the Library department, we are committed to providing quality service to our patrons and aiding them in accessing relevant information resources for teaching, learning, research, and consultancy. To this end, we have invested in our staff and key innovations in order to enhance the Library experience.
The Library system boasts professional staff who are well-trained and experienced in academic information management. Friendly Library staff is always available for consultation.
Library operating hours -
07:00 A.M. to 05:00 P.M. - Sunday to Friday
Library Rules and Regulations
The Library aims to provide an environment conducive to study and reflection. In order for everyone to enjoy these benefits, all users are required to observe the following rules and regulations:
- Present a valid KSMC I identification card to the security personnel/library staff on duty at the entrance.
- Leave all bags, briefcases, laptop bags, equipment sleeves, parcels, etc at the Bag Check at the entrance.
- Food and drink are not allowed in the Library.
- Do not smoke in the Library.
- Keep cellular phones on silent while in the Library and refrain from loud phone conversations.
- Do not post unauthorized signs or fliers inside the Library.
- Seek permission for filming and taking of photographs within the Library.
- Avoid loud talking, boisterous and disruptive behavior.
- Do not remove Library material without authorization.
- Refrain from marking, defacing, or damaging Library property.
- The Library reserves the right to inspect all material leaving the Library including books and receptacles.
- Guard all possessions such as laptops, cellular phones, or books brought into or borrowed from the Library against theft or damage. The Library will not be held responsible for loss/losses incurred.
- Children under the age of sixteen (16) years are not allowed.
Please note the Library reserves the right to inspect all material leaving the Library including books and receptacles.
Users of the Library who fail to observe these rules could have their library privileges suspended.
All business activities for information management, librararians, library professionals, document management, records managers, administrative management professionals are governed by good standards and best practices in e-library management, filing, management of documentation, establishing legislative and compliant libraries, policies and adhering to guidelines set out by the International Federation of Library Association (IFLA) and ISO standards.
This programme will look at library management and espcially electronic libraries, electronic and paper filing, document and version control, mobile libraries, Braille users, compliance and legislation, metadata and indexing, managing collections, archiving and preservation, advanced searching methods, e-library management policies and electronic systems. Unique features of this programme
- A broad overview of procedures, guidelines, best practices and standards relating to e-Library management, document control, administration, filing, documentation and document management and improvement
- Review best practice and guidelines from the International Federation of Library Association (IFLA)
- Review ISO standard related to indexing, metadata, library, archiving, storage and documentation standards
- Review of e-Library management systems for storage, indexing, searching, control, archiving and long term preservation
- Review legal issues, legislation and compliance requirements
- Focus on the need to create good document policy, procedures and standards
- Hands-on drafting, programmes and case studies in groups
Training will involve a high level of interaction and delegate participation. The intention is that the trainer will explain issues, using real examples, but will then involve the delegates in discussion, using the information provided. Examples of procedures will be used.
Delegates are encouraged to bring real problem examples with them, for discussion on a confidential basis, and to share their experience of particular issues in their company or industry. Time will be allowed for general discussions, and for one-to-one discussion with the trainer.
- Create, develop and put in an action plan for creating, setup, management and control of e-library management system including document control, auditing and compliance
- Review the security requirements and put together controls for managing confidential and private materials
- Provide an understanding of how good filing systems are developed
- Consider who needs to be involved in the process of developing such e-library management systems, policies and standards
- Investigate issues concerning the lack of good e-library filing and documentation standards
- Understand how a green library works
- Improve filing and documentation standards
- Improve manual hardcopy and softcopy e-library management systems
- Introduce records management, document control and management practices and standard
Review ISO standards for library management, storage and archiving and documentation managemen
Librarians help people find information and conduct research for personal and professional use. Their job duties may change based on the type of library they work in, such as public, academic, or medical libraries.
Mr. Bikram Bishwakarma
Phone No:9840835368 / 9823458968