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You can increase the accuracy of your searches by making keywords as specific as possible. Most of options for example, AND,OR can be make use with the Advanced Indian Theses Database search depending upon your search. A Detail descriptions of these options are described in the following. For Indian Theses Database Advanced Search page, Click here
To Retrieve pages that includes all words make use of option "with all of the words". Internally Indian Theses Database Advanced search ignores common words and characters such as "where" and "how" as well as certain single digits and single letters, because they tend to slow down your search with out improving the results. Advanced Indian Theses Database search indicate if a common word has been excluded by displaying details on the results page below the search box. This option supports the logical "AND" operator. To retrieve pages that includes word A and word B, the user need not include AND in between word A and word B.This option automatically includes AND in between word A and word B. For example: To search for a Theses in Information science of a particular Creator, just type Shalini urs Information Science.
To Search for complete phrases you need not to enclose them in quotation marks. Advanced Indian Theses Database Search internally enclose the phrase in double quotes. The phrase will appear together in all results exactly as you have entered them. Phrase searches are especially useful when searching for famous sayings or proper names.To make use of this search you have to make use of the option "with the Exact Phrase"
Advanced Indian Theses Database Search supports the logical "OR" operator. To make use of this feature you have to make use of option "with any of the words". To retrieve pages that include either word A or word B, you need not insert the word OR in between word A and word B. The Indian Theses Database advanced search internally inserts the word OR in between them.
"WITH OUT" Searches
Advanced Indian Theses Database Search supports the logical "NOT" operator. If you know the keywords which are not to be included in your search specify those keywords in the option "without the words". Internally Advanced Indian Theses Database Search excludes these keywords and tries to provide better results for the words which are entered in the other options.
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