Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College Library

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    “JNANA SOUDHA”, the enriched Medical Library forms an important constituent of the KLE Society’s Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College & Research Centre at Belgaum, now a Deemed University, under the new name of KLE University. Born along with JNMC in the year 1963 on the campus of Lingraj College Belgaum, it was moved to the first floor of the present main building of the same Medical College. Finally, it was moved to its present independent two - storied building in the year 1974.

The creation and execution of the JNANA SOUDHA was inspired by ideas like: acquisition of relevant knowledge, intellectual exploration and flights into the limitless skies of Research. The interiors of this building have the necessary infrastructure suitable for study into various aspects of human health, care and cure. As on today, this Library offers to any aspirant in the field, a pool of 22000 books that are meticulously chosen for their contents; added to this are 8000 back volumes of relevant fields and this unit has been subscribing to as many as 186 well known national and international journals. Almost all the principle medical branches are covered by these reading materials.

 Staff

Mr. S. G. Murgod Librarian MLISc. [PGDCA]
Mr. M. S. Shiragavi    Library-Asst. Aquisition Section
Mr. R. M. Sarangi Library-Asst. Admin. supervisor
Mr. M. M. Hubali Library-Asst. Periodicals Section
Mrs  K B Kshirasagar Library-Asst. Circulation Section
Mr. V. M. Uppin F.D.C Accounts              
 
Staff Publications:
 E-Information Literacy: An Overveiw By S. G. Murgod, Vijay Nayak & Prop. Ramesh Nayak at 4th International Convention CALIBER-2006 on Dynamic Interoperable Web based Information System during Feb 2-4, 2006 at Gulburga University.
 
 
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