is a Kerala-based private sector bank which was established in 1929.
Pardes got the idea for the SIBL
Project after writing "The Seventh Step.
While SFPL boasts workstations with oversize visuals and voice-output devices to accommodate the visually and hearing impaired, workstations to help the staff scan and catalog multimedia productions, and a children's Electronic Discovery Center containing a plethora of multimedia selections, SIBL
differs slightly in the sense of a general-interest public library, instead catering to the business and science communities.
At the time of its takeover, SIBL
owed the Central Bank of Uganda Ushs 392m ($392,000).
equity continues to remain short of the minimum capital requirement (MCR) of Rupees one billion stipulated for Non-Banking Finance Companies (NBFCs) undertaking business of investment finance.
The day it opens SIBL
will be the largest library of its kind in the world.
Equity base of SIBL
stood lower than the minimum capital requirement (MCR) of Rs 1 billion stipulated for end-June, 2013.
Classes at SIBL
expose attendees to the research process, enabling them to learn how to find and use information.