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Proceedings of Triennial Conference 2005

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We are glad to inform you that ITLA has planned to host its triennial, a national, conference in Bangalore during 4th - 7th October 2005 at NBCLC. This conference will be participated by librarians and information professionals from theological colleges and seminaries in India.

Features of the Conference:

The theme of the conference is “Information Resource Management in the IT era”. The main aim of this conference is to create an awareness among theological librarians on various aspects of Information Technology and its usage in the library information services to gain insights and practical knowledge in IT by interacting with experts.

The conference will begin on 4th October, 2005 at 4pm and will conclude on 7th October 2005 with lunch. We have limited the no. of participants to attend the conference. Hence we request you to confirm your participation at the earliest to avoid disappointment.

Important Information

Registration to this conference may be made by filling in the form(Click Here for Registration Form)and required registration fee to the Secretary. Registration fee should be sent by Demand Draft drawn infavour of Indian Theological Library Association, Payable at Pune or Money Order may be sent to the Secretary.

Registration Fee:

Full conference fees includes Conference Kit and admission to all sessions of the conference. No cancellation is allowed after firm confirmation. However, substitutes may attend the conference.

Registration Fee:



Before 15th Sept, 05

After 15th Sept, 05

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*with Food and Accommodation **Only Food

Resource Persons:

  1. Dr. Samson Prabhakar, Director, SATHRI, Bangalore

  2. ATA Representative

  3. Dr. A.R.D Prasad, Associate Professor, Documentation and Research Training Centre, Bangalore

  4. Dr. Devika, Assistant Professor, Documentation and Research Training Centre, Bangalore

  5. Mrs. Usha Suresh, Director, Karnataka State Archives Department

  6. Dr. Prince Aravind, Corporate Consultant, Bangalore

  7. Representatives from OCLC and EBSCO

Advisory Committee:

Conference committee:

How to reach the conference venue:

Those who travel by train may alight either at Bangalore East Station or at Bangalore Cantonment Station. The distance from Bangalore East Station to the National Centre (NBCLC) is less than one kilometer, the distance from Bangalore Cantonment station is approximately five kilometers.

The NBCLC is situated in Cooke Town on the North-Eastern part of the city (between Cox Town and Banasawadi Railway station). The auto drivers who do not know the area, may be asked to proceed towards the “Cigarette Factory” (Indian Tobacco Company – ITC). At the Cox Town circle level crossing, proceed on the Wheeler Road Extension, till you find a sign post 'National Centre” on your right hand side, on Hutchins Road 2nd Cross.


During October Bangalore's high-altitude gives it a pleasant climate, 24-32 Celsius. Bangalore enjoys a salubrious climate all year round.

Send your Registration form and with required fee to the secretary at the earliest.

We have organized a book exhibition. Major book publishers and sellers will be participating in this exhibition. Come prepared to buy more discounted rate books. Library software and hardware suppliers will be speaking to you. It is an opportunity to interact with leading software companies to find suitable software for your library automation.


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