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Automation of Don Bosco College, Maram

By College Reporter
Dimapur, Feb. 25. DBC Maram 25 Feb, 2010: Don Bosco College, Maram automated its library with the installation of Campus Net ERP software. This advancement will enable the users of Don Bosco College Library to search for their choice of book by the click of the mouse.
Rev. Fr. P O Sebastian, the rector of Don Bosco College, Maram, inaugurated the college Library Software in the presence of Fr. Benny James, the principal of Don Bosco College, Maram; Mr. Saji Mathew the software developer from Infoweavers, Kerala; Miss Rebecca, the librarian; Mrs Sonia Devi and Mr. Francis library staff; a number of college staff and students. The first book was issued to a student of the college by using the college library computer. Fr. Rector congratulated the software developer and the principal for the initiative taken to automate the college library. Fr. Benny James in his short speech thanked Mr. Saji Mathew for his contribution and the librarians for their dedicated service to the college. College library automation for certain is going to enhance the quality of the college to a great extent. @



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