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Cluster of Government Medical Libraries in India
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Powered By: e-Granthalaya 4.0 | Rel.7 2019 (Enterprise Edition) from NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE, Government of India.
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Total Copies: 104930
Member Libraries: 21
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A separate cluster of e-Granthalaya 4.0 Software at NIC National Cloud is dedicated to Government Medical Libraries in the Country. An account is provided on request basis to medical libraries to use the e-Granthalaya 4.0 Online for data entry as well as various member services. The purpose of having a separate database for Medical libraries is to store and disseminate the Catalog information of documents available in medical libraries and to adopt the concept of shared cataloguing. The Database and Application (e-Granthalaya 4.0) are hosted in NIC National Cloud which is used by the Medical Libraries for Automation and Networking of their in-house activities and user services.

एनआईसी के नेशनल क्लाउड पर ई-ग्रन्थालय 4.0 सॉफ्टवेयर का एक अलग क्लस्टर देश में सरकारी मेडिकल पुस्तकालयों के लिए समर्पित है। देश के सभी मेडिकल पुस्तकालयों के लिए अनुरोध के आधार पर एक ऑनलाइन खाता प्रदान प्रदान किया जाता है जो डाटा एंट्री एंड अन्य सेवावो के लिए जरुरी है। मेडिकल पुस्तकालयों के लिए एक अलग डेटाबेस होने का उद्देश्य चिकित्सा पुस्तकालयों में उपलब्ध दस्तावेजों की सूचि की जानकारी का प्रसार और साझा सूचीबद्ध करने की अवधारणा को अपनाने के लिए करना है।
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