National Union Catalogue of Scientific Serials in India (NUCSSI) is the first indigenous database that serves as an ideal tool to access Journal holdings information. Journals are the main source of Science and Technology information. NUCSSI is a data repository of a large number of unique journal titles and library holdings belonging to major universities, S&T institutions, R&D units of industries, higher institutes like IISc, IITs and professional institutes spread allover the country.
NUCSSI provides information regarding the availability of journal titles in the libraries, Moreover, integration of database with E-mail service enables routing of library/user request information.
The Regular updation of the database is enhanced with the online access granted to the participating libraries via internet, so that journal seekers can get the updated information free of cost.
User Friendly Interface and powerful search enables easy and improved access to locate a particular journal and its availability in various Libraries.
|About - NISCAIR|
National Institute of Science Communication and Information Resources (NISCAIR) came into existence on 30 September 2002 with the merger of National Institute of Science Communication (NISCOM) and Indian National Scientific Documentation Centre (INSDOC). Both NISCOM and INSDOC, the two premier institutes of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), were devoted to dissemination and documentation of S&T information.
INSDOC came into being in 1952 and was engaged in providing S&T information and documentation services through myriad activities such as abstracting and indexing, design and development of databases, translation, library automation, providing access to international information sources, human resource development, and consultancy services in setting up modern library-cum-information centres.
NISCOM had been in existence for the last six decades. Over the years, NISCOM diversified its activities, and through a host of its information products, comprising research and popular science journals, encyclopaedic publications, monographs, books, and information services, it had been reaching out to researchers, students, entrepreneurs, industrialists, agriculturists, policy planners, and also the common man.
Bharat Ki Sampada