ICT SKILLS AMONG WOMEN LIBRARY PROFESSIONALS IN SSUS AND CUSAT: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY
ICT is becoming important in everyday activities in all sectors. These skills can also help them to progress in their job and in their careers. The basic aim of present study is to highlight the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) skill among women library professionals in SSUS and CUSAT. The total numbers of women library professionals in these institutions were 35, of whom 31 respondents had completed and returned the questionnaires, this represents 88.57% of the response rate. It is therefore recommending that the librarians all over the world need to update this skills and upgrade their service to meet the rising demand of this age.
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