Sunday, February 17, 2013

Pakistan Academy of Letters acknowledge ‘Bibliographical Heritage of Pakistan’ as breakthrough publication

Pakistan News & Features Services 

The Pakistan Academy of Letters has acknowledged Prof Dr Nasim Fatima’s recently published ‘Bibliographical Heritage of Pakistan 1947-2012’ as a breakthrough publication. 

“I think the initiatives taken by Prof Dr Nasim Fatima will yield better results in the field of bibliographical studies and her potential could further improve the quality of research performance of students and teachers of Library & Information Science. It’s a great breakthrough in the field,” Agha Noor Mohammad Pathan, Resident Director, Pakistan Academy of Letters, Sindh, recognized.


“Prof Dr Nasim Fatima is a pioneer in the field of bibliographical heritage of Pakistan. She has done a monumental work in library automation and management programmes. She has developed and explored new courses and revised the curriculum besides adding the use of information technology in the libraries of Sindh,” he complimented. 

“She prepared a manual for library software engineers in 2006. Her research work on Urdu literature and children libraries are highly research-oriented. She has compiled and edited archives of Sindh and prepared useful finding aids for the researchers,” Agha Noor Mohammad Pathan added. 

“As a result of the revision of curriculum by the Higher Education Commission (HEC), web bibliography has been introduced and many websites are available. In this book she has made an effort to make bridge between research scholars and the records of researches already done. She has preserved the past for the present and future studies,” he concluded.

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