Paper Submission: 25 November 2021
Author Notification: 10-15 days
Journal Publication: November 2021
Dr. Udya Chandra Shukla.
The present study explainsthe concept for philosophy of LIS service product marketing, and rudiments of edge amid academic institutions and related industries which proposes to information products andamenities. This can be promoted by the academic institutions to the industries for the shared benefits.LIS service product marketing industries in the ‘pacific county’ are expenditure provocatively on the R&D of LIS developments and are trying to their best level to extend,each and every possible sign needed by their experts and researchers for which they are continuously excited to pay. Their individual information resources also depend upon the available in the enthusiastic Libraries. The ‘pacific region information centers’ owing their massive information resources either print or non-print, with adequate ICT capacity and highly dedicated services, can help to the users from the trade houses to get their starvation met and intern can makecurrency to bear and service monetarily up to a convinced amount.
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