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National Book Week

To celebrate the National Book Week (November 24-30, 2009) the Library Department has lined up some activities and interested parties may register at the Office of the Library Director:

On-the-Spot Essay Writing Contest


  1. Interested participants should register at the Office of the Library Director on/before November 24, 2009
  2. There should only be one official representative for each College
  3. Registration is on a first come, first served basis
  4. Subject of the essay will be the National Book Week theme
  5. Medium to be used is English
  6. The essay must not exceed 150 words but not less than 100 words
  7. Entries will be judged according to the following criteria:
  8. - Relevance to the Theme 40%
    - Clarity 20%
    - Brevity 20%
    - Originality 20%
  9. Members of the Angelite and different College publications are disqualified from the contest
  10. Winning entries will be displayed in the Library Information Board and the Library website
  11. Announcement of Winners will be on December 3, 2009
Amnesty Week

This is meant to accept overdue books within the duration of the National Book Week ( November 24-27, 2009) without being penalized regardless of how long the book was overdue or how much the borrower should have to pay.

Search for the Top Library Users ( Print and Non-print Resources) for the month of November

Top Borrowers for the Month of November (Faculty & Student Category) Lucky winners will be judged according to the following:

  1. Borrower/ User with the most number of books borrowed or number of times he/she used the e-resources ( e-books and e-journals)
  2. Lucky winners will be based on the utilization made at the Multimedia Section and Internet Workstation of the Library only
  3. Winners will be announced on December 3, 2009


Date Posted: 11-23-2009