[LIS-Forum] Requirement of Written accession register

Gopakumar Velayudhanpillai gopakumar.v at rediffmail.com
Wed Mar 8 13:57:11 IST 2006


Accession registers are essential documents in a library. Librarian is taking charge of the items he has purchased for the library by under the entry. He has the resposibility and authority for what ever entry he has made in the register by signing under it. I do not think that, at present the technology can offer an alternative for this type of an inventory which can create suvh an authority and responsibility with a person in charge of the library. Moreover, for audit purposes an inventory of this type is most essential.
Gopakumar.V
Research Scholar
DLIS, Mangalore University

Gopakumar.V
Research Scholar
Department of Library & Information Science
Mangalore University
Mangalagangotri
gopakumar.v at rediffmail.com
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Accession registers are essential documents in a library. Librarian is taking charge of the items he has purchased for the library by under the entry. He has the resposibility and authority for what ever entry he has made in the register by signing under it. I do not think that, at present the technology can offer an alternative for this type of an inventory which can create suvh an authority and responsibility with a person in charge of the library. Moreover, for audit purposes an inventory of this type is most essential.
Gopakumar.V
Research Scholar
DLIS, Mangalore University
Gopakumar.V
Research Scholar
Department of Library & Information Science
Mangalore University
Mangalagangotri
gopakumar.v at rediffmail.com
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