Advantages of centralised cataloguing, Humanities

Advantages 

  1. Duplication of work can be avoided. 
  2. Cost of cataloguing can be minimised. 
  3. Uniform and standard cataloguing' practices can be adopted. 
  4. Cataloguing can be qualitatively improved. 
  5. Some of the professional staff who are relieved of cataloguing work can be utilised for other useful professional service: 
  6. Preparation of union catalogues will become easy. 
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