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It is a tool by which users can know the document available in particular library and information centre from the different access point of the bibliographical details.The librarians have been spending a lot of time, money, and labour to accomplish this task.However, the fact is that the same book is available in multitudes of libraries across the world.But several records have been generated for the same document which but creates a question in mind as to why this duplication is. The best solution over this is copy cataloguing which has long been underutilised till date.SOUL 2.0 is compliant to international standards such as MARC 21 bibliographic format, Unicode- based Universal Character Sets for multilingual bibliographic records and NCIP 2.0 and SIP 2 based protocols for electronic surveillance and control of cataloguing module are: (a) Allow cataloguer to create their own templates for data entry of different library resources; (b) Different templates for leaders and fixed fields of MARC21; (c) Facilitates authority database of person name, corporate body, subject headings, and series name; (d) Support copy cataloguing in MARC21 format by using ISO2709 standard; (e) Master database of publisher; (f)Multi-lingual database by using unicode character set; and (g)Support full MARC21 bibliographic format. Original cataloguing refers cataloguing an item by examining certain parts of it to obtain information needed to describe it’.
Software for University Libraries (SOUL) is state-of-the-art-integrated management software designed and developed by the INFLIBNET Centre based on requirement of college and university libraries. His areas of interest are: Collection development, library automation, and open source software.The finding sustained the expansion of co-operative cataloguing projects, such as the National Co-ordinated Cataloguing Program.In their study, Beall & Kafadar examined 100 typographical errors in records in the OCLC World Cat database. Bapte is working as Assistant Librarian in Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati, Maharashtra since 2012.Coats & Kiegel described their experience about automatic monographic selection, acquisition and rapid cataloguing workflows through the use of a book vendor’s database and OCLC’s Promt Cat service at the University of Washington libraries.They also identified the benefit of automation to selectors, acquisition staff and copy cataloguing staff.
The local cataloues of five libraries, holding the items described by the bibliographical records with typographical errors were searched to determine whether each library had corrected the errors. Previously, he worked as a Librarian in Shankarlal Khandelwal College, Akola (MS).