LOGOS 230 And Another Thing ... On learning the art of successful begging Muhammad Yaqub Chaudhary A librarian of thirty-two years’ experience, Muhammad Yaqub Chaudhary is currently Chief Librarian at the University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan. He has held previous appointments at Punjab University and the Ummal Qura University in Makkah, Saudi Arabia. Chaudhary took his Diploma in Library Science at Punjab University in 1969 and his Masters Degree in Library and Information Science at Karachi University in 1972. Speaking six languages (English, Arabic, Urdu, Punjabi, Persian and Turkish), he is an active participant in library affairs, both in Pakistan, where he is a life member of the Library Association and Secretary of the University Librarians Association, and around the world. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LOGOS 13/3 © WHURR PUBLISHERS 2002 My library and I have one thing in common: we are short of funds. I was not actively discontented with this until some kind friends pointed out that there were generous donors who might be sympathetic to my plight. Thus I was introduced to what is politely known as “grant-seeking” but is actually the art of successful begging. I emphasize that it was not my
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Published: Jan 1, 2002
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