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Interest and Activities

In my spare time, I enjoy going to the theatre and regularly partake in charity runs around the area sourrounding me in order to help the community and to stay fit and healthy. I also enjoy keeping up to date with the information affairs, both national and international events, which helps me to get inspiration for the stories that I produce when I am working.


My passion for communication has helped me understand myself in addition to learning about other unique individuals. As many ways of communication are given, information management fits into my larger obsession with communication. Information intricacies is a great tool to expand ideas in addition to communicating messages to the world.


My expertise in the domain is to track problem-solving, being adaptable, effective time management, value-added organisational skill, oral communication, collaboation at the work space. Moreover I like to develop online courses using Moodle, web programming, Topic Modelling, Sentiment Analysis and sociology of information acceptance.


I am an avid learner and a voracious reader. I have written a few papers on information science that is available here.


I like to listen music, P2P communication, Avoid B2B business and Advise on applied information strategies.

Extramural Activities

I work with Object Pascal. I code using Borland Delphi for developing small utilities for budding information professionals.

Research Interest

I am keen on finding the relationship between social psychology and Information Science. I am interested in Digital Humanities.


I am a member of IASLIC, ILA, BLA, ALA-USA, IFLA and Asis&t-USA. These professional organisations are keeping me imbibed in the subject field.

Instituion Building

I am keen to develop the knowledge and space in my work area and the whole institution.

"We live in a society exquisitely dependent on science and technology and yet have cleverly arranged things so that almost no one understands science and technology"

~ Carl Sagan


“The person, be it gentleman or lady, who has not pleasure in a good novel, must be intolerably stupid.” ― Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey