Present study examines the use of information resources and services by users of First Grade Colleges. Well structured questionnaires were distributed among 125 users to collect their opinions regarding the frequency and purpose of visit to the library. Study also highlights the available information resources and services. From the study we found that the majority of the responded 65 (63.73%) are male followed by female respondents 37(36.27%). It is also observed that 83 (81.37%) respondents are from rural area. About 35.29% respondents are happy with availability of text books in library. It was found that 58.82% of respondents feel good with circulation service. Further an attempt has been made to give few suggestions based on the analysis of the data.
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