Organisation of documentation, Other Management

ORGANISATION OF DOCUMENTATION:

The documentation and information centres at local levels that are attached to individual R&D institutions, business houses, industrial enterprises, government departments. etc., are established and administered by their parent institutions. At the national level, it might be the responsibility of the appropriate government agency to establish and administer the national documentation/information centre. In a developing country like India, documentation and. information centres are mostly established in the government sector, as research and development efforts are largely government funded and managed. In India, the national documentation/information centres are, organised under the autonomous bodies of the central Government or under the departments of the Government. 

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