Yearbooks and almanacs, Humanities

Yearbooks and Almanacs

They are referred to trace varied information about each country. They are compiled to cover important developments, activities and statistics in several fields in a particular year. They comprises of:

  1. Major developments in science and technology; Short account of the current political, social and cultural events of the year; 
  2. Statistical information in various fields especially economics, commerce and business, trade and industries, transport and communication, defence, tourism, etc.; 
  3. Chronological listing of significant annual events; 
  4. Summaries of major events in sports, prizes, achievements, awards etc. in different fields of activities; 
  5. Short biographical data of well known people in different fields and obituaries of notable personalities; 
  6. Particulars regarding area, capitals, languages, population, religion, currency of the nations of the world; 
  7. Current trends, research and development in various subjects; and 
  8. Annual recent information to serve as supplement to encyclopaedias.
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