National Seminar on “Towards Theoretical Uniformity in Library and Information Science (TTULIS)”, 2019 at NBU, West Bengal : Last Date 15/02/19

Call for papers
Original papers are invited from the Faculties, Research Scholars and Students of Library & Information Science for the forthcoming National Seminar on “Towards Theoretical Uniformity in Library and Information Science (TTULIS)”, 2019 on the following sub-themes:
General Theory Formulation in Library and Information Science
Theoretical Framework of Information Retrieval
Theoretical Underpinning in knowledge Organization
Classical Theory of Knowledge organization
Dynamic Theory of Knowledge Organization
Indian School of LIS
Theory Vs Model in LIS
Philosophical aspects of LIS
Social and Humanity Approach in LIS theory
Total Quality Knowledge Management
Authors may explore other sub-themes of the ‘“Towards Theoretical Uniformity in Library and Information Science” as well.

Important Dates:
Date of the Seminar: 7th and 8th March, 2019.
Date of registration: Spot registration, 7th March, 2019.
Last Date of Full Paper submission: 15th February, 2019.
N.B.: Editorial Board reserves all the rights to accept, alter or reject the articles without any prior intimation. The Editorial Board accepts no responsibility of the statements and opinions expressed by the contributors.

Registration Fees:
Professionals: Rs.1500/-
Retired Professionals: Rs. 800/-
Research Scholars: Rs. 700/-
Students: Rs. 500/-

Accommodation: No accommodation will be provided by the Seminar Committee. Participants are requested to arrange their accommodation by own.

Mode of Payments: By cash only

Organizer: Dept. of Library and Information Science, University of North Bengal, Raja Rammohunpur, Darjeeling, PIN – 734013

Head, Dept. of LIS, University of North Bengal. Email:
Dr. Tapan Barui, Assistant professor, Dept. of LIS, University of North Bengal.  Email:
For Paper Submission and Participation please Register yourself


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