a. Keep track circulation materials; maintain physical accession ledgers, bills, receipts, periodical assessment of library materials.
b. Developing IT facilities par with current trends in information science.
c. Provide suggestions to library users about new books to try
d. Develop Library website and make it more user friendly.
e. Supervise library budgeting, planning, and personnel activities.
f. Maintain library information desk and answering library users enquires
g. Ensuring reach of library services to every user of the institution.
h. Explain the use of library facilities, resources (e-Books, e-Journals, RGUHS blogs, LIBSOFT, HELINET), equipment, and services, and provide information about library policies.
i. Review and evaluate resource material, such as book reviews and catalogs, in order to select and order print, audiovisual, and electronic resources.
j. Code, classify, and catalogue books, publications, films, audio-visual aids, and other library materials based on subject matter or standard library classification systems.
k. Locate unusual or unique information in response to specific requests by the library users.
l. Direct and train library staff in duties such as receiving, shelving, researching, cataloguing, and equipment use.
m. Respond to students complaints, taking action as necessary from time to time.
n. Organize collections of books, publications, dissertations, abstracts, documents, audio-visual aids, and other reference materials for convenient access.
o. Develop library policies and procedures.
p. Evaluate materials to determine outdated or unused items to be discarded.
q. Develop information access aids such as indexes and annotated bibliographies, web pages, electronic pathfinders, and on-line tutorials.
r. Confer with teachers, parents, and community organizations to develop, plan, and conduct programs in reading, viewing, and communication skills.
s. Design information storage and retrieval systems, and develop procedures for