National Social Science Documentation Centre

National Social Science Documentation Centre

The National Social Science Documentation Centre (NASSDOC), a constituent unit of the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), was established in 1969. The primary objective of the NASSDOC is to provide library and information support services to social science researchers. It is considered to be one of the largest repositories of bibliographical databases in the area of social sciences.

Read more about National Social Science Documentation Centre:  Facilities Available At NASSDOC, Library and Reference Service, Library Collection, Facilities and Services For The Readers, Bibliography On Demand, Literature Search Service From Electronic Resources, Online Databases, Acquisition of Theses, Document Delivery / Inter-Library Loan, Reprography Service, NASSDOC Databases Publications, Current Awareness Service (CAS), Study Grant Scheme, Grants-in-Aid To Bibliographical and Documentation Projects, Continuing Education Programme, Preservation of Documents: Microfilming, INTERNET, New Equipment, Indian Social Science Literature in Electronic Form, Digitization of Theses Collection, Future Plans, ICSSR Sales & Distribution Unit

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