Information Today & Tomorrow
Vol. 19 No. 2 June 2000

Editorial Committee 

Dr. A. Lahiri 
Adviser (NISSAT
Department of Scientific & Industrial Research (DSIR)
New Delhi-110 016 

Ms. S. Ravindran 
DSIR, New Delhi-110 016 

Mr. B.G. Sunder Singh 
DSIR, New Delhi-110 016 

Ms. Kamini S. Mishra 
DSIR, New Delhi-110 016 

Mr. B.N. Sarkar 
DSIR, New Delhi-110 016 

Mr. Vimal Kumar Varun 
DSIR, New Delhi-110 016 

Mr. S. Subba Rao
Central Leather Research Institute
Madras-600020 

Editor: Prof. BK Sen

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Contents

Editorial: Get Set

The Role of WIPONET in the Development and
Transfer of Technology and its contribution to the
Modernization of Intellectual Property Services

Information Today & Tomorrow (ITT '99): Towards
Information Content for Global Competitiveness - A Report

National Mapping of Science - India: Agricultural Sciences

National Mapping of Science - India: Engineering Sciences

IPR

Reviews / Releases

R U on Internet: Indian Portals

News

Events

ICSTI

ITT 2000 at Bangalore
November 22-24, 2000

Information Technology, Convergence and
Impact on India

8th CDS/ISIS User Group Meet at Ahmedabad
July 29-30, 2000

Published by the National Information System for Science & Technology (NISSAT), Department of Scientific & Industrial Research (DSIR), Government of India, Technology Bhawan, New Mehrauli Road, New Delhi-110 016.

INFORMATION TODAY & TOMORROW, published quarterly, is the official organ of NISSAT and aims at disseminating information concerning its programmes, activities and achievements as also of the various centres functioning under NISSAT. Additionally, it attempts to project major developments in the field of information science at the national and international levels.

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