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About the author

R. Raman Nair

Prof. R. Raman Nair, an information technology expert, has designed the Multimedia Library Automation System (McLAS 1993) in India and the KAU Library and Information System with building LANs, digital library and IT training facilities considered to be the best in the country. He has 14 books including People’s Library Movement, Computer Application to Library and Information Services, and Internet for Library and Information Services, as well as 120 research papers and articles and many national and international conference presentations to h is credit. He has organized various national level seminars including the National Seminar on Right to Information and national level IT courses and training programmes under various organizations which include Managing Digital Libraries in Agriculture (ICAR). Modern Information Access Facilities (NISSAT) and Worldwide Web for Managing Agricultural Information (CAGI). Prof. Nair has associated with many expert committees on IT formed by professional organizations, universities and government. He is a research fellow of American Biographical Institute and is the founder member of Rural Development Forestry Network (ODI, London), Asian Watershed Management Network (Kathmandu, Nepal), ILA, IASLIC and AGLIS. In library and information services, he has been presented the IASLIC S.M. Ganguly National Award for the year 1998.

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Title Sanskrit Informatics: Informatics for Sanskrit Studies and Research
Format Softcover
Date published: 31.12.2011
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788192203003
length 152p., Illustrations; 22cm.