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Bok is defined at NLI as any printed material for the use of the public readership which is of 25 pages or more is defined. Journals and periodicals are excluded form this definition.CIP service in Iran
The rudimentary forms of CIP [Known as FIPA at NLI] were applied in books printed in 1967 onwards by Tehran University and in 1970 onwards by Nematollahi Sufi Centre in Tehran. In 1992, the National Library of Iran launched a CIP program as an experiment in collaboration with some publishers. Once found relatively successful, National Library of Iran proposed it as a bill to the government of Iran in 1995. In the same year, the bill passed the parliament. In the autumn of 1998, the National Library started implementation of a national program of CIP in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance. Nowadays, over 90% of all books published in Iran bear CIP information. Nation-wide application of CIP, has lead to considerable savings of time and effort by avoiding multiple cataloguing in every single library throughout the country while securing consistency and accuracy. CIP data is normally provided to publishers normally within seven working days.
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