Budget allocation register and work diary, Other Management

Budget Allocation Register:

This is the basic financial guide for acquisition work and this must be consulted at the different stages of document selection, ordering and passing of bills. If necessary, copies of the register can be made for use in the Document Selection Section, Document Procurement Section and Document Accessioning Section. 

Accession Register:

The importance of the Accession Register was pointed out in Section. The standard size of an Accession Register is 16" X 13". In Illustration 4 you will find the columns provided in an Accession Register. 

Work Diary:

The Work Diary is a desirable record to be maintained in the Acquisition Department. The diary can be written on a daily or weekly basis. Monthly and annual statistics can be taken from the diary for reporting as well as for work evaluation. All quantifiable job items can be accounted for through the diary, like the number of  

•  titles noted for selection 

•  title intended

•  titles suggested 

•  titles scrutinised 

•  selection cards written 

•  titles forwarded for approval 

•  titles listed for order 

•  titles checked for ordering 

•  titles ordered 

• titles supplied 

•  titles accepted 

•  titles passed for payment

•  titles forwarded for processing etc.  

 

Posted Date: 10/25/2012 8:22:55 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Budget allocation register and work diary, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Budget allocation register and work diary, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Budget allocation register and work diary Discussions

Write discussion on Budget allocation register and work diary
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Copying Equipment -LIBRARY EQUIPMENT -LIBRARY MANAGEMENT Multiple copies of documents, for various purposes, are often needed in a library. Hence it is  necessary to provide s

Information Sources, Resources and Services: The term 'Information sources' has two connotations. One is that of the stores or locations in which information kept Therefore, a

Some detailed important do's and don'ts while conducting negotiations are given hereunder.  Do's:  Know your authority as a negotiator and that of your counterpart.


AA Code of 1908: Cataloging rules: author and title entries / compiled by Committees of the Library Association and the American Library Association. - English edition. - Lond

ALA Rules (2nd definitive edition): American Library Association. ALA cataloging rules for author and title entries. - 2nd ed. / Clara Beetle, editor. - Chicago: American Libr

Question 1 Define conflict. Discuss four ingredients of conflict Question 2 Discuss four different types of conflicts which may occur in any organization Question 3 List

Question: (a) Selection of Consultant; (i) Give the reasons why an Expression of Interest may be required as a first step in the Procurement of Consultancy services. (ii

Library catalogue code: A library catalogue code, one or two of which (for, there are a score of the them), as you may have surely become familiar with to some extent, can be

Library Reinforced Binding: Reinforced binding means strengthening the book by adding some material. It could be strengthening of the hinge with cloth or the reinforcing a pal