Punjab Public Library, Lahore - Classification Scheme

Classification Scheme

For arrangement of reading material the Dewey Decimal Classification scheme is followed in the library. The 19th edition of this scheme is being used at present along with AACR2 and the 15th edition of the Sears List of Subject Headings. Sometimes a number which is difficult to build from 19th edition is built from the 20th edition.

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