New Library Science Books

Author Title Call No. Barcode
Sukula, Shiva Demystifying databases: a hands-on guide for database management 005.74 SUK/Dem 158083
Raju, A.A.N. Legal deposit and bibliographical control in India 025.260954 RAJ/Leg 158084
Cohen, Steven M. Keeping Current  :Advanced internet strategies to meet librarian and patron needs 025.525 COH/Kee 158085
Chu, Heting Information representation and retrieval in the digital age 025 CHU/Inf 158086
Sarkar, N.N Scientific repair and rehabilitation of books 025.7 SAR/Sci 158087
Lal, C. Library and information science UGC (NET) examination guide – paper III 020.76 LAL-KUM 158088
Tiwari, Purushotham Library automation 025.30285 TIW/Lib 158089
Naik, N.Rupsing Insights into library automation and digitisation 025.30285 NAI/Ins 158090
Mathews, Brian Marketing today’s academic library 021.7 MAT/Mar 158091
Coffman,Steve Going Live :Starting & running a virtual refrence service. 025.524 COF/Goi 158092
Fransson, Jonas Efficient information searching on the web: a handbook in the art of searching for information 025.524 FRA/Eff 158093
Jeevan, V K J E-resources and digital services 025.524 JEE/Ere 158094
Intranets for Info Pros 021.65 KEN-DYS 158095
Dodiya, Narendra Library and information science gateway for UGC-NET ( A source book for paper-II and paper-III) – Vol 1 020.76 DOD/Lib 158096
Westman, Stephen R. Creating database-backed library Web pages 006.76 WES/Cre 158097
Getting started with cloud computing: A LITA guide 004.6782 COR-MOU 158098
Watters, Carolyn Improving access to information on the world wide web 025.04 WAT/Imp 158099
Hillmann, Diane I. Metadata in practice 025.3 HIL-WES 158100
Burgett, James Collaborative collection development: a practical guide for your library 025.21 BUR/Col 158101
Knowledge organization from libraries to the web 025.04 RAG-NEE 158102
Boucher, Virginia Interlibrary loan practices handbook – 2nd ed. 025.62 BOU/Int 158103
Fisher, Patricia H. Blueprint for your library marketing plan 021.7 FIS-PRI 158104
Dodiya, Narendra Library and information science gateway for UGC-NET (A source book for paper II and paper III) – Vol 2 020.76 DOD/Lib 158105
Kumar, P.S.G. Foundations of library and information science (Paper I of UGC model curriculum) 020 KUM/Fou 158106
Ingwersen, Peter Scientometric indicators and webometrics and the polyrepresentation principle in information retrieval 025.04 ING/Sci 158107
Reference sources for small and medium sized libraries – 7th ed. 011.02 OGO/Ref 158108
Johnson, Peggy Fundamentals of collection development and management – 2nd ed. 025.21 JOH/Fun 158109
Balloffet, Nelly Preservation and conservation for libraries and archives 025.84 BAL-HIL 158110
Elliott, Donald S. Measuring your library’s value: how to do a cost-benefit analysis for your public library 025.1 ELL/Mea 158111

New Marathi Books

Author Title Call No. Barcode
Vasekar, Vishwas Sukhachi daara 891.464 VAS/Suk 158078
Vadagbalkar, Shruti Kaya matit matit: aaklan aani aaswad 891.46109 VAD/Kay 158079
Mahajan, Vandana Vadalvat (Marathi poems) 891.461 MAH/Vad 158080
Gilankar, Dayaram Baliche Jine (Marathi poems) 891.461 GIL/Bal 158081
Rathod, Rajaram G. Bhatkya jamatinchi lokgeete M 398.2 RAT/Bha 158082

New Marathi Books

Author Title Call Number Barcode
Waghmare, Balaji M. Marathi natakamadhil dalit jeevan 891.43209 WAG/Mar 158040
Guruji, Sane Dukhi :(God goshti – Bhag 5) 891.4631 GUR/Duk 158041
Savarkar, Vinayak D. Vigyannishta nibandh (Bhag 1 va 2 ) 891.464 SAV/Vig 158042
Bhende, Subhash Andharwata 891.463 BHE/And 158043
Adsul, Shrikrishna Gomantakiya marathi sahitya: aashay ani avishkar 891.4609 ADA/Gom 158044
Kulkarni, Bhimrao Marathi vadmay: charcha ani chikista 891.4609 KUL/Mar 158045
Phadke, N.S. Eshara 891.463 PHA/Esh 158047
Shelke, Bhaskar Loksahitya sanshodhan M 398.2 SHE/Lok 158048
Pathare, Rangnath Tridha 891.463 PAT/Tri 158049
Adhikari, Chandrakant Khotivirudhacha ladha M 301.452 ADH/Kho 158050
Bagad, Prashant Vivade vishade pramade pravase 891.4631 BAG/Viv 158051
Deshmukh, Rajendra Gwalher gharanyache shiledar P. Rajabhaiya tatha P. Balasaheb Puchwale M 780.9 DES/Gwa 158052
Samant, Anant Mitwa 891.463 SAM/Mit 158053
Sahastrabudhe, Avinash Dharma aani dhamma M 294.548 SAH/Dha 158054
Kamble, Kamlakar L. Sonkamble yanche aathavaniche pakshi : ek chikistak abhyas 891.46092 KAM/Son 158055
Wangmaygandh 891.4609 MAN/Van 158056
Amarshekh, Malika Koham Koham? 891.4631 AMA/Koh 158057
Halasgikar, Datta Parakhad Tukaram 891.46109 HAL/Par 158058
Sardeshmukh, T.V. Khalil Gibran: Devdootacha viharvan aani agradoot M 891.43931 SAR/GIB 158059
Phadkule, Nirmalkumar Sant Chokhamela: ashrunchi kahani 891.46109 PHA/San 158060
Godse, Vishnupant Maza Pravas M 954.025 GOD/Maz 158061
Borkar, B.B. Mavalta chandra 891.463 BOR/Mav 158062
Thakar, Nishikant Gandhijincha sahitya vichar M 082 THA/GAN 158063
Amarshekh, Malika Ek hota undir 891.4631 AMA/Ek 158064
Aaswad aani samikshya 891.4609 LUL/Asw 158065
Bennur, Fakruddin Bhartiya musalmanachi samajrachana ani mansikta M 954.035 BEN/Bha 158066
Khan, Rajan Aadva aani tidva 891.4631 KHA/Aad 158067
Pawar, Panditrao Anilanchya ekvees kavita 891.46109 PAW/Ani 158068
Mulate, Vasudev Vyathaphul 891.4631 MUL/Vya 158069
Patrikar, Vaman Rudravarsha 891.463 PAT/Rud 158070
Bhadkamkar, Rochna Ragdari sangetatil sawndaryasthale M 780.9 BHA/Rag 158071
Mahajan, Prabhakar Bhui tapache bali (Marathi poems) 891.461 MAH/Bhu 158072
Sawant, Suresh Dhuni (Marathi Poems) 891.461 SAW/Dhu 158073
Sangolekar, Avinash Dalit sahitya: ugam aani vikas 891.4609 SAN/Dal 158074
Guruji, Sane Ghamachi phule (God goshti – Bhag 2) 891.4631 GUR/Gha 158075
Shekde, Vasant S. Bhashavigyan parichay M 491.4609 SHE/Bha 158076
Kavita savitrichi 891.461 BHA/Kav 158077

 

On Liberty

libertyOn Liberty 

by John Stuart Mill (Author)

‘Over himself, over his own body and mind, the individual is sovereign.’ To this ‘one very simple principle’ the whole of Mill’s essay On Liberty is dedicated. While many of his immediate predecessors and contemporaries, from Adam Smith to Godwin and Thoreau, had celebrated liberty, it was Mill who organized the idea into a philosophy, and put it into the form in which it is generally known today.

The editor of this essay, Gertrude Himmelfarb records responses to Mill’s books and comments on his fear of ‘the tyranny of the majority’. Dr Himmelfarb concludes that the same inconsistencies which underlie On Liberty continue to complicate the moral and political stance of liberals today.

Harper’s illustrated biochemistry – 29th ed.

BIOHarpers Illustrated Biochemistry 29th Edition

by Robert K. Murray (Author), Victor W. Rodwell (Author)

Clear, concise, and in full color, Harper’s Illustrated Biochemistry is unrivaled in its ability to clarify the link between biochemistry and the molecular basis of disease. Combining outstanding full-color illustrations with integrated coverage of biochemical diseases and clinical information, Harper’s offers an organization and careful balance of detail and brevity not found in any other text on the subject.

Following two introductory chapters, the text is divided into six main sections:
Section I addresses the structures and functions of proteins and enzymes.
Section II explains how various cellular reactions utilize or release energy and traces the pathways by which carbohydrates and lipids are synthesized and degraded.
Section III covers the amino acids, their metabolic fates, certain features of protein catabolism, and the biochemistry of the porphyrins and bile pigments.
Section IV describes the structure and function of nucleotides and nucleic acids, DNA replication and repair, RNA synthesis and modification, protein synthesis, the principles of recombinant DNA technology, and new understanding of how gene expression is regulated.Section V deals with aspects of extracellular and intracellular communication.
Section VI includes fifteen special topics, ranging from nutrition, digestion and absorption to the biochemistry of aging.

New to this edition:

  • New chapters on Aging, Cancer, and Clinical Chemistry
  • Every chapter has been updated to reflect the latest advances in knowledge and technology
  • Each chapter now begins with a statement of objectives, followed by a brief discussion of the biomedical importance of topics discussed within the chapter
  • 250 multiple-choice questions to test your knowledge and comprehension
  • Increased number of tables that encapsulate important information, such as vitamin and mineral requirements