LIS MCQS Serial No. 1

  1. How many edition of LCSH.

20           30           36           35

  1. How many volumes of LCSH.

5              6              7              8

  1. In which year the Latest edition LCSH was publish.

2007       2009       2014       2013

  1. In which year the first edition of LCSH was printed.

1980       1988       1998       1909

  1. Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) is now looked after by?
    (A) UNESCO

(B) CILIP

(C) ALA

                (D) OCLC

  1. IFLA Head office located at
    (A) Paris, France (B) Netherlands, in The Hague
    (C) Canada (D) London
  2. The head office of Indian Library Association (ILA) is
    (A) Delhi

(B) Kolkata

(C) Bengalore

(D) Mumbai

  1. The standard size of a catalogue card s
    (A) 12.5 cm X 7.5 cm
    (B) 12 cm X 7 cm
    (C) 11 cm X 5 cm
    (D) 10 cm X 4 cm
  2. The Library of Congress Classification system divides human knowledge into
    (A) 20 major classes.
    (B) 21 major classes.
    (C) 25 major classes.
    (D) 30 major classes.
  3. Paul Otlet and Henri La Fontaine related to
    (A) Sears List of Subject Heading (B) Library of Congress Classification System
    (C) UDC (D) Dictionary Catalogue

 

  1. The standard size of a catalogue card is
    (A) 5 inch X 3 inch
    (B) 4 inch X 3 inch
    (C) 4 inch X 4 inch
    (D) 3 inch X 3 inch
  2. Berne Convention and Universal Copyright Convention was revised in Paris in
    (A) 1949

(B) 1952

                (C) 1971

(D) 1931

  1. ) Koha was developed at
    (A) Katipo Communications Ltd, New Zealand
    (B) University of Waikato, New Zealand.
    (C) Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) libraries & Hewlett-Packard labs
    (D) Wikimedia Foundation14. RDA related to
    (A) Classification

(B) Cataloguing

(C) Searching
(D) Browsing

  1. WIPO was established by the WIPO Convention in
    (A) 1977

(B) 1944

(C) 1954

                (D) 1967

  1. First library act was enacted in Great Britain in
    (A) 1847

                (B) 1850

(C) 1867

(D) 1840

  1. UNIMARC was developed by
    (A) UNESCO

                (B) IFLA

(C) FID

(D) Library of Congress

  1. Universal Copyright conventions was in
    (A) 1949

(B) 1952

(C) 1971

(D) 1931
19. DSpace was developed at
(A) Katipo Communications Ltd, New Zealand
(B) University of Waikato, New Zealand.
                (C) Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) libraries & Hewlett-Packard labs
(D) Wikimedia Foundation

  1. Berne convention was adopted in the year :
    (A) 1911

                (B) 1886

(C) 1900

(D) 1947

  1. FID was dissolved in the year :
    A) 2002

(B) 2005

(C) 2000

(D) 2003

  1. ISBN consists of
    (A) 6 digits

(B) 8 digits

(C) 13 digits

(D) 15 digits
23. The term ‘Cyberspace’ was first used by
(A) Andrew Pollock

                (B) William Gibson

(C) John Postal

(D) Joe Flower

  1. ISBN changed from 10 digits to 13 from
    (A) January, 2007

(B) January, 2008
(C) January, 2006

(D) January, 2005

  1. ) World Cat is maintained by
    (A) Library of Congress

(B) Online Library Center
(C) American Library Association

(D) None of the above

  1. ) ‘Five Laws of Library Science’ was first published in
    (A) 1925

(B) 1930

                (C) 1931

(D) 1933

  1. WIPO stands for:

(A)          World Information and Patents Organisation

(B)          World Intellectual Property Organisation

(C)          World International Property Organisation

(D)          World Information Protection Organisation

  1. Five Laws of Library Science’ was first published in.
    (A) 1925

(B)          1930

                (C)          1931

(D)          1933

  1. BERN CONVENTION (1886) is concerned with:

(A) Translations

(B) Copyright

(C) Patent

(D) Standards

  1. The term communication came from which language?

(A)  Greek

(B)  Latin

(C)  German

(D)  French

  1. Where is the headquarter of SLA?

                (A) New York

(B) Lagos

(C) Shimla

(D) New Delhi

  1. UAP stands for what of the following

(A) United Academy of publication

(B) Universal Association of Publishers

(C) Universal Availability of Publications.

(D) Universal Association of Publishers

  1. Which law of library Science relates to the growth of libraries

(A) Forth law

(B) First law

(C) Second law

                (D) Fifth law

  1. When was the International institute of Documentation established?

                (A)          1931

                (B)          1934

(C)         1940

(D)          1945

  1. In which year headquarter of FID was shifted from Brussels to The Hague?

(A)          1925

(B)          1928

(C)          1930

(D)          1934

 

  1. The five laws of Library Science published in the book form in the year

(A) 1924

                (B) 1931

(C) 1928

(D) 1930

  1. When was the American Library Association established

                (A) 1876

(B) 1872

(C) 1875

(D) 1880

  1. What is the Thesaurus?

(A) A collection of selected terminology

(B) Synonymous terms

(C) List of words

                (D) All of the above

  1. The Librarian Day celebrated on

(A) 15th Sep

(B) 24th Nov

(C) 11th Dec

                (D) 12th Aug

  1. What is a Patent?

(A) An agreement to the Government

(B) Document of the library

                (C) An agreement between the inventor and the Government

(D) An agreement between library and Publisher

  1. What is world of learning?

                (A) Directory

(B) Encyclopedia

(C) Dictionary

(D) Year book

  1. Encyclopedia Americana consists of

(A) 20 Volumes

(B) 25 Volumes

(C) 28 Volumes

                (D) 30 Volumes

 

  1. Which of the following are not the secondary sources?

(A) Encyclopedia

(B) Digest

                (C) Thesis

(D) Text book

 

  1. Mobile library is a kind of which service?

(A) Reference service

(B) Extension service

(C) Ready reference service

(D) Long range reference service

  1. When was MARC project completed?

(A) 1987

                (B) 1967

(C) 1947

(D) 1968

  1. Who enunciated the subject Classification

                (A) J. D. Brown

(B) W. C. Sayers

(C) Benjamin A.Custer

(D) Frist Donker Duyvis

  1. How many Auxiliary tables are there in DDC 23rd Edition

(A) 16

                (B) 6

(C) 7

(D) 8

  1. Colon classification was first published in

(A) 1905

(B) 1931

                (C) 1933

                 (D) 1944

In which year DDC 23rd edition was published

(A) 2000

                (B) 2011

(C) 2003

(D) 2010

  1. Sear’s List of Subject Headings (SLSH) is mainly useful for

(A) Small and medium libraries

(B) Special libraries

(C) Academic libraries

(D) College libraries

  1. When was SLSH published?

(A) 1903

(B) 1897

                (C) 1923

(D) 1933

  1. The word classification comes from the Latin word

                (A) Classis

(B) Classes

(C) Clauses

(D) Fiction

  1. The first edition of DDC published in

(A) 1875

                (B) 1876

(C) 1874

(D) 1896

  1. The first edition of UDC published in

(A) 1904

(B) 1901

                (C) 1905

(D) 1894

  1. Who is the publishers of Sear’s list of subject headings

(A) Dr. S. R. Ranganathan

(B) Brown

                (C) H. W. Wilson

(D) C. A. Cutter

  1. The First edition of DDC Consisted of

(A) 144 pages

(B) 145 Pages

                (C) 44 pages

(D) 124 pages

  1. Who is the Editor in Chief of 23rd Edition of DDC

(A) Benjamin A. Custer

(B) John P. Comaromi

(C) Winton E. Matthews

(D) John S. Mitchell

  1. The Dewey Decimal Classification divides human knowledge into

                (A) 10 basic categories.

(B) 100 basic categories.

(C) 1000 basic categories.

(D) 10000 basic categories.

  1. Who devised Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) System?

                (A) Melville Dewey

(B) Dr. S. R. Ranganathan

(C) Tim Berners-Lee

(D) Vint Cerf

  1. Call Number of a Book Means

(A) Book Number

(B) Class Number

(C) Both (A) and

                (B) are true

(D) None of the above

  1. Accession Number means

(A) Call Number of a book

(B) Unique Number for a book inside a particular library.

                 (C) Book umber

(D) Class number

  1. “POSDCORB” coined by

(A) Peter F. Drucker

(B) Harold Koontz

(C) F.W. Taylor

                (D) Luther Gulick

  1. ISBN now consists of how many digits

(A) 10

(B) 9

(C) 15

                (D) 13

  1. Main use of Shelf list is

(A) Cataloging

(B) Circulation

                (C) Stock Verification

                 (D) Book Selection

  1. How many columns are there in the accession register?

(A) 10

(B) 12

(C) 14

(D) 16

 

  1. Outdated and seldom used books are withdrawn from the library is known as ___________.

(A) Shelving

                (B) Weeding

                 (C) Circulating

(D) Guiding

  1. Who is regarded as father of bibliography ?

(A) Paul Otlet

                (B) Conrad Gesner

(C) J. C. Brunet

(D) A. C. Fosket

  1. ISBN changed from 10 digits to 13 from

                (A) January, 2007

(B) January, 2008

(C) January, 2006

(D) January, 2005

  1. GUI stands for :

(A) Graphic User Interface

                (B) Graphic User Interaction

(C) Graphic Utility Interface

(D) Great Union of India

  1. The oldest and the largest Library Association in the world is…………. .

                (A) ALA

(B) LA

(C) IFLA

(D) IASLIC

  1. RDA related to

(A) Classification

                (B) Cataloguing

(C) Searching

(D) Browsing

  1. Year book are also known as

(A) Hand book

                (B) Annual

(C) Directory

(D) Dictionary

  1. What is the another name of Added entries?

(A) Main entry

(B) Cross reference entry

                (C) Secondary entries

(D) Subject entry

  1. Technical section performs mainly two functions namely classification and

(A) Accessioning

(B) Bills payment

                (C) Cataloguing

(D) Shelving

  1. Library catalogue cards are filed in specially designed. drawers called ________
    (A) Charging tray

(B) Catalogue cabinet
(C) Display rack

(D) Filling equipment

  1. when was the National library of Pakistan established.?

(A) 1949

(B) 1950

                (C) 1951

(D) 1955

  1. Is DSpace an open source and repository software.?
  • Yes        (B)  NO
  1. Koha is an open Source Software.
  • Yes (B)  NO

78.Is DSpace uses a qualified Dublin Core metadata standard.?

  • Yes (B)  NO
  1. DSpace is the first open source digital repository system.
  • Yes (B)  NO
  1. DSpace code is in the Java programming language.
  • Yes (B)  NO
  1. DSpace system is designed to run on the UNIX platform.
  • Yes (B)  NO
  1. Greenstone is a suite of software for building and distributing digital library collections.
  • Yes (B)  NO
  1. Greenstone publishing it on the Internet or on CD-ROM.
  • Yes (B)  NO
  1. Greenstone is produced by the New Zealand Digital Library Project at the University of Waikato, and developed and distributed in cooperation with UNESCO and the Human Info NGO.
  • Yes (B)  NO
  1. Koha is an open source Integrated Library System (ILS).
  • Yes (B)  NO
  1. In which year Koha was created.

(A) 1998

(B) 1999

(C) 2000

(D)2001

  1. In which year the Koha was first time installed.

(A) 1998

(B) 1999

(C) 2000

(D)2001

  1. The biggest Library of Pakistan is.?

(A) National Library of Pakistan

(B)University of the Punjab Library

                (C) Punjab Pbulic Library

(D) Quaid Azam Public Library

  1. The Bayt al Hikmah library was established in the year:

(A) 780 AD

(B) 786-809 Bagdad

(C) 970 AD

(D)1250 AD

  1. The skin of Sheep, goats and Cattle used for binding, or more frequently as a writing surface is called:

(A) Papyrus

                (B) Parchment

(C) Codex

(D) Clay Tablets

  1. The height of papyrus roll is:

(A) 10 Inch

                (B) 12 inch

(C) 14 Inch

(D) 16 inch

92.Who invented the 1st  paper in the world:

(A) Gutn Burg

                (B) Ts’a lun

(C)  Assa Don Dickson

(D) ALA

  1. in which year the paper was making:

(A) 102 AD

(B) 105 AD

(C) 103 AD

(D)104 AD

  1. An ancient manuscript text in book form is called:

(A) Cardex

(B) Codex

(C) Rare

(D) Book of death

  1. The CARDEX is the index to the:

(A) Books

(B) Rare books

                 (C) Manuscripts

(D) Periodicals

  1. Who issue the ISSN in Pakistan:

(A) NLP

(B) OCLC

(C) ALA

(D) ISSN international Center

  1. International Children’s Book Day (ICBD) is celebrated:

(A) 2nd  January

(B) 2nd February

(C) 2nd March

(D) 2nd April

  1. World Book Day was celebrated for the first time on:

                (A) 23 April 1995

(B) 24 April 1995

(C) 25 April 1995

(D) 22 April 1995

  1. What is Intellectual Property?

(A) Books

(B) All reading material

(C) Intellectual thoughts

(D) All of the above

  1. Which law of library Science relates to the growth of libraries…

(A) Forth law

(B) First law

(C) Second law

                (D) Fifth law

  1. Which library first introduced the printed catalog?

(A) British Museum

(B) Library of Congress

(C) Lelin State

(D) Imperial Library

  1. MARC was started in the year

(A) 1962

(B) 1975

                (C) 1966

(D) 1985

 

A Written Document of at least 49 pages text is a book define by

(A) IFLA

(B) UNESCO

                (C) ALA

(D) SLA

(D) Shelving

Information is a part of …

(A)Information Science

(B)Scientific achievement

(C)Knowledge

(D)Communication

Information is …

(A)Raw data

(B)Processed data

                (C)Input data

(D)Organized data

What does “Communication of Information” means?

(A)Process of        transmitting          nformation

                (B)Process of       disseminating      information

(C)Process of retrieval        of information

(D)Process of scanning       information

The term “Information Service” is an improvised name …

(A)Administration

(B) Documentation

(C)Bibliography

                (D)Reference service

……….is a process of Information

(A) Books

                (B) CD-ROM

(C) Computers

(D) None of the above

Resource sharing is a part of …

                (A) Library          cooperation

(B) Library            administration

(C) Library           management

(D) Library cataloguing

 

Library technology reports is a publication of …

  • ILA
  • ALA
  • LA
  • IASLIC

When was the American Library Association established?

                (A) 1876

(B) 1872

(C) 1875

(D) 1880

The Five laws of library science are a set of good norms to good practice in…

(A) Society

                (B) Libraries

(C) Librarianship

(D) Library science

Reading centre’s, story hours, exhibitions and reading to literature are forms of …

                (A) Extension service

(B) Service of a public        library

(C) Both

(D) None

 

Which terms was coined by S.R. Ranganathan for mobile libraries

(A) Moving library

                (B) Library on wheels

(C) Library machine

(D) All of the above

 

What type of information sources is most useful?

(A) Reference sources

(B) Non documentary sources

(C) Documentary sources

(D) Both (a) & (b)

 

Which of the following is the primary source of information?

(A) Bibliography

(B) Encyclopedia

                (C) Handwritten        articles

(D) Dictionary

What is library literature?

(A) Indexing journal

(B) List of books of             library science

(C) Abstracting     periodical

                (D) Directory of sources of library science

 

Abstracting service provides…

(A) Abstract of articles

(B) Whole bibliographic description of articles

(C) Whole bibliographic description along with abstracts of article

(D) Whole bibliographic sources

 

What is a database?

(A) Printed information sources

(B) Non paper information sources

(C) Non printed information sources

                (D) Electronic forms of printed source

Article published in research journal are…

(A) Reference sources

                (B) Secondary sources

(C) Primary sources

(D) Tertiary sources

Which service demands the creation of a ‘user’ profile?

(A) CAS

(B) Information retrieval

(C) SDI

(D) Reference service

“Reference service is the contact between the right reader and the right book in the right personal

way” was stated by…

(A) D J Fockett

                (B) S R Ranganathan

(C) James I Wyer

(D) A.L.A Glossary of library terms

What is the essential aspect of information service?

(A) Retrieval of information

(B) Storage of information

(C) Collection of information

                (D) Communication of information

CAS, SDI, Indexing & Abstracting and Literature Searching Service

                (A) Bibliographical service

(B) Reference Service

(C) Indexing Service

(D) None of the above

CAS is defined as

(a)A process of dissemination of information

(b) A process of information (c) A process of dissemination of current information (d) A simple information service

 

Feedback mechanism is a part of which service?

(a) Reprography service (b) CAS (c) Translation service (d) SDI

UAP stands for what of the following

(a) United Academy of publication

(b)Universal Association of Publishers

(c)Universal Availability of Publications

(d)Universal Association of Publishers

Which is the oldest classification scheme in the following…

(a) UDC (b) DDC (c) EC (d) CCC

What is the Thesaurus?

(a)A collection of selected terminology

(b) Synonymous terms (c) List of words

(d) All of the above

What is a collection of terms or records in MARC called?

(a) System  (b) Network (c) Website (d)

Database

What are the two parts of the annual report of the library

(a) Primary and Secondary (b) Analytical and Systematic (c) Upper and Lower (d) Descriptive and Statistical

What is the full form of ERNET?

(a) Engineering Network (b) Eastern Regional Network (c) Electronic Research Network (d)

Education and Research Network

A computer that connects one network to another for the purpose of file transfer is known as …

(a) Highway (b) Search Engine (c) Gateway

(d) Super way

What is Bibliometry?

(a) Function of Library Network (b) Information Management Service (c) Information management Tool (d) Library Service

Informal self education is possible in what kind of library?

(a) National Library (b) Public Library (c)

Specific Library (d) College Library

Microchip was invented by …

(a) Microsoft (b) IBM (c) DELL (d) Intel

What is a Patent

(a) An agreement to the Government (b)

Document of the library (c) An agreement between the inventor and the Government

(d)An agreement between library and Publisher

 

The word Library is made of the word

(a) Liber (b) Libra (c) Libre (d) Liberae

The term “Information Science” came into existence in this year :

(A) 1988 ( B) 1959  (C) 1961 (D) 1975Answer:

Informal communication among knowledgeable person is known as :

(A) Invisible College (B) Information Gatekeeper (C) Communication Gatekeeper (D) Knowledge management

Which one of the following is not associated with the communication system.

(A)Receiver (B) Channel (C) Sender (D) Entropy

Which is correct logical sequence of the following?

(A) Information, Knowledge, Data, Wisdom

(B) Knowledge, Wisdom, Information, Data

(C) Wisdom, Information, Data, Knowledge

(D) Data, Information, Knowledge, Wisdom

Whether intellectual property can be sold.

(A) No (B) Sale is possible (C) Yes (D) None of these

The term communication came from which language?

  • Greek (B) Latin(C) German (D) French

First Library Act was enacted in Great Britain in.

  • 1847 (B) 1850 (C) 1867 (D) 1840

The press and registration of Books act was enacted in:

1847 (B) 1850 (C) 1867 (D) 1840

Hybrid library deals with
(A) Print Collection
(B) Digital Collection
(C) Both (A) and (B)
(D) None of the above

Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) is now looked after by?
(A) UNESCO
(B) CILIP
(C) ALA
(D) OCLC

Which type of books should be weeded in a library?
(A) Superseded editions
(B) Thesaurus
(C) Dictionary
(D) Encyclopedia

The Library of Congress Classification system divides human knowledge into
(A) 20 major classes.
(B) 21 major classes.
(C) 25 major classes.
(D) 30 major classes.

Who invented World Wide Web (WWW)
(A) Vint Cerf
(B) Charles Babbage
(C) Tim Berners-Lee
(D) Steve Jobs

According to Ranganathan, many collections lose its relevance in how many years?
(A) 20 years.
(B) 30 years
(C) 40 Years
(D) 50 years.

The word “Archives” is most relevant to
(A) Historical material
(B) National bibliography
(C) Free of charge
(D) Family members

The word “Referral service” is most relevant to
(A) Database search service
(B) Inter Library Loan
(C) Information scouting
(D) Retrospective searching

Which of the following is an Open Source Software?
(A) E-Granthalaya
(B) SOUL 2.0
(C) Koha
(D) LibSys 7

Which of the following is a Secondary source of information?
(A) Journal
(B) Text book
(C) Bibliography of Bibliography
(D) Bibliography

First generation computer uses
(A) Microprocessor  (B) Transistors  (C) Integrated circuits  (D) Thermionic valves or vacuum tube or electronic valves

Delivery of Books (Public Libraries Act) enacted in
(A) 1977
(B) 1944
(C) 1967
(D) 1954

Dr. S. R. Ranganathan related to
(A) The disciple of Melvil Dewey who worked in India  (B) The first professionally qualified university librarian in India  (C) He for the first time in India, DDC and AACR rule introduced.  (D) The first librarian of the Imperial Library (now National Library, Kolkata)

First university to introduce MPhil and PhD in LIS in India
(A) Aligarh Muslim University
(B) University of Calcutta
(C) University of Delhi
(D) University of Madras

Second generation computer uses
(A) Thermionic valves or vacuum tube or electronic valves  (B) Microprocessor  (C) Integrated circuits
(D) Transistors

Paul Otlet and Henri La Fontaine related to
(A) Sears List of Subject Heading
(B) Library of Congress Classification System
(C) UDC
(D) Dictionary Catalogue
27) CCF was developed by
(A) UNESCO
(B) IFLA
(C) FID
(D) Library of Congress
Berne Convention and Universal Copyright Convention was revised in Paris in
(A) 1949
(B) 1952
(C) 1971
(D) 1931

DDC 22nd edition is published by

(A) Forest Press

(B) OCLC

(C) IFLA

(D) UNESCO.

ISBN consists of

(A) Ten digits

(B) Thirteen digits

(C) 8-bytes

(D) There are no digits.

In which year was the International Book Year celebrated by UNESCO ?

(A) 1931

(B) 1947

(C) 1952

(D) 1972.

The UNESCO Public Library Manifesto was last revised in
(A) 1956
(B) 1931
(C) 1972
(D) 1994

Peter A. Phyor related to
(A) Ranganathan formulated his first law of library from his casual hint.
(B) Library legislation
(C) Living with book
(D) Zero Based Budget

The First and Oldest University Library was established in British India at
(A) University of Delhi
(B) Calcutta University
(C) Aligarh Muslim University
(D) University of Madras

Deleted email can be found in the
(A) Trash folder
(B) Inbox folder
(C) Starred folder
(D) Spam folder

In which year did A. W. Borden start a refresher course for librarians in India ?

(A) 1905

(B) 1910

(C) 1912

(D) 1913.

A Written Document of at least ———– pages text is a book define by UNESCO

(A) 47

                (B) 48

(C) 49

(D) 50

when was the First Paper industry established in Muslims world

(A) Samarkand 798 AD

                (B) Baghdad 793 AD

(C) China 105 AD

(D) Germany 1440 AD

Paper Spread from Morocco to Moorish Spain and to Byzantium in the Century

(A)          11th Century

(B)          12th Century

(C)          13 the Century

(D)          14th Century

What year was the Movable Printing press invented?

(A)          105 AD

(B)          1040 C.E

(C)          1098 A.D

(D)          768 A.D

A printing process in which the image to be printed is rendered on a flat surface as on sheet zinc or aluminum and tread to retain ink while the non images areas are treated to repel ink is——.

Reproduction

(B)          Scroll

                (C)          Lithography

(D)          VOLUMEN

 

  1. B. Maslow is related to

(A) Theory X and Theory Y

(B) Hierarchy of human needs

(C) 14 principles

(D) Hygienic factors.

Information may be categorised into

(A) Logical, analytical and statistical

(B) Statistical, descriptive and analytical

(C) Analytical, statistical and systematic

(D) Systematic, analytical and descriptive.

) What is not open source software for library management ?

(A) KOHA

(B) AVANT1

(C) php my Library

(D) 2.39-50.

What is Delphi method ?

(A) It is a programming language

(B) It is a method of research

(C) It is a software

(D) It is used for cost-benefit analysis.

Which record is the hub of the stack in a library ?

(A) Accession register

(B) Shelf list register

(C) Book catalogue

(D) Staff manual.

MeSH is the name of a

(A) Medical Library

(B) C.S.I.R. Unit

(C) Controlled Vocabulary

(D) none of these.

Theory X and Theory Y were formulated by

(A) Douglas Murray McGregor

(B) Peter Drucker

(C) Abraham Maslow

(D) F. W. Taylor.

The term ‘Bibliophile’ refers to

(A) A Bibliographer

(B) A Book Lover

(C) A Publisher

(D) A Book Binder

‘Kinesis’ is related to

(A) Communication

(B) Generation

(C) Storage

(D) None of these.

The ‘Five Laws of Library Science’ propounded by Dr. S. R. Ranganathan, is which type of research ?

(A) Applied research

(B) Pure research

(C) Basic research

(D) Survey research.

How is stochastic equation of information solved ?

(A) By statistical rules

(B) By dynamic rules

(C) By statistical and dynamic rules

(D) None of these.

 

What is the meaning of ‘Translation Pools’ ?

(A) Details about the names of translation experts

(B) Details about the addresses of the translators

(C) Agency of the names of translation experts

(D) None of these.

Which of the following is not true about e journals ?

(A) They are distributed through digital methods

(B) They also have editors or editorial boards

(C) They are publications of serial nature

(D) They are always free of cost

Staffing is concerned with providing and maintaining…………….resources.

(A) Physical

(B) Technical

(C) Human

(D) Financial

A set of rules that govern overall data communications system is popularly known as…………… .

(A) Protocol

(B) Agreement

(C) Pact

(D) Memorandum

Currently “Science Citation Index” is published by………………. .

(A) Emerald

(B) Springer

(C) Thomson

(D) Elsevier

Protocol means…………… .

(A) Interchange of data between two devices

(B) Interchange of data between two computers

(C) Linkage between two computers

(D) Linkage between two devices

The transmission of receiver’s reaction back to the sender is known as…………….. .

(A) Noise

(B) Feedback

(C) Medium

(D) Source

Which of the following is an ‘Acronym’ ?

(A) UNESCO

(B) UNO

(C) UNDP

(D) UGC

High Level Language is……………… .

(A) Disk space dependent

(B) O. S. dependent

(C) Machine independent

(D) Machine dependent

Mozilla is……………. .

(A) An operating system

(B) Library software

(C) A web browser

(D) A search engine

Ontology is…………….. .

(A) An Indexing Method

(B) Classification of Internet based documents

(C) Cataloguing of Internet based documents

(D) Documentation service

 

Which of the following is not covered under Intellectual Property Rights ?

(A) Copyrights

(B) Patents

(C) Trade Marks

(D) Thesaurus

The oldest and the largest Library Association in the world is…………. .

(A) ALA

(B) LA

(C) IFLA

(D) IASLIC

“Fair use” is a term most relevant to :

(A) Intellectual Property Right

(B) Books borrowed for home reading

(C) Copyright

(D) Use of reference books

Approximately ——— clay Tablets of Mesopotamia have been preserved in British Museum.

(A)          1900

(B)          2000

(C)          2200

(D)          2300

The size of Clay Tablet is———.

(A)          11 Inches

(B)          12 Inches

(C)          14 Inches

(D)          16 Inches

Book of Death were 15 inches width, and 75 Inches length.

(A)          Yes

(B)          No

Diamond Sutra is Buddhist religion book which was the 1st to be printed by the Chinese in——– in the history of Printing.

(A)          105 AD

                (B)          868 CE 

(C)          1098 AD

(D)          1440 CE

The Diamond Sutra measures more than

(A)          15 Feet

                (B)          16 Feet

(C)          17 Feet

(D)          18 Feet

First book of block printed in the history is…………..

(A)          Book of Dead

                (B)          Guttenberg Bible

(C)          Diamond Sutra

(D)          Incunabula

 

First book of Move able printed in the history is…………..

(A)          Book of Dead

                (B)          Guttenberg Bible

(C)          Diamond Sutra

(D)          Incunabula

 

First book of Move able printed in the history is Guttenberg Bible invented in———

(A)          105 AD

                (B)          868 CE

(C)          1098 AD

(D)          1455 A.D

 

The Phrase Paper less society was coined by F.W LANCASTER in years.

  1. A) 1965

                (B)          1970      

(C)          1975

(D)          1980

CRG stands for :

(A) Committee for Rural Grant

(B) Classification Research Group

(C) Committee for Ranganathan Guild

(D) Classic Research Grant

Tagging in web 2.0 application is called :

(A) Taxonomy

(B) Folksonomy

(C) Syndication

(D) Directory

The journal “Knowledge Organization” is published by :

(A) IFLA

(B) ISKO

(C) LA

(D) LC

COPSAT stands for…………… .

(A) Cooperative periodicals in science and technology

(B) Current online periodicals in science and technology

(C) Current online patent in science and technology

(D) Contents of periodicals in science and technology

International Information System on Research in Documentation (ISORID) was established by :

(A) IFLA

(B) UNESCO

(C) SLA

(D) ALA

IFLA took up the “Universal Availability of Publication” program in the year…………… .

(A) 1973

(B) 1976

(C) 1972

(D) 1970

) What is the relationship between ISBD and cataloguing codes ?

(A) They are not related at all

(B) Cataloguing codes will include bibliographic description

(C) ISBD includes cataloguing rules

(D) ISBD can replace cataloguing rules

‘Cranfield Project’ is an example of……………….. .

(A) Experimental Research

(B) Survey Research

(C) Case Study

(D) Historical Research

Who enunciated the term ‘hypertext’ ?

(A) E. Garfield

(B) Bill Gates

(C) Ted Nelson

(D) Raj Reddy

The concept “Invisible College” first used by :

(A) Eugene Garfield

(B) Derek Solla Price

(C) Allent Kent

(D) Carl Savage

‘Noise’ in Information Retrieval is due to…………. .

(A) Precision

(B) Recall

(C) Relevant information

(D) Redundant information

 

“Controlled Group” is a term used in………….. .

(A) Survey research

(B) Historical research

(C) Experimental research

(D) Descriptive research

Questionnaire is a :

(A) Research method

(B) Measurement technique

(C) Tool for data collection

(D) Data analysis technique

 CCF stands for……………. .

(A) Current Classification Format

(B) Current Communication Format

(C) Common Communication Format

(D) Common Classification Format

A periodical evaluation of an employee is done through………..

(A) Job rotation

(B) Performance appraisal

(C) Refresher course

(D) Work guide

The office of patent information system in India is at………… .

(A) Mumbai

(B) New Delhi

(C) Kolkata

(D) Nagpur

Shelf list facilitates……………. .

(A) Classification

(B) Weeding out

(C) Stock verification

(D) Documentation

GUI stands for :

(A) Graphic User Interface

(B) Graphic User Interaction

(C) Graphic Utility Interface

(D) Great Union of India

UNESCO assisted Model Public Library in India is located at :

(A) Kolkata

(B) Delhi

(C) Mumbai

(D) Chennai

The Farmington plan is associated with :

(A) Library Legislation

(B) Library Cataloguing

(C) Library Cooperation

(D) Library Indexing Service

 

Who among the following honoured with ‘Nobel Prize’ for his substantial contribution in Documentation ?

(A) S. C. Bradford

(B) Loosjes

(C) Eric De Grolier

(D) Henri La Fontaine

Identify the association that has changed its original name :

(A) ILA

(B) SLA

(C) LA

(D) ALA

One of the following search engine is exclusively meant for scientific information:

(A) Google

(B) Yahoo

(C) SCIRUS

(D) Altavista

Glossary is a :

(A) List of technical words with definitions

(B) List of words in a language

(C) List of thematically arranged words

(D) Alphabetical index to passages of work
An appropriate source to find out descriptive information is……………. .

(A) Bibliography

(B) Directory

(C) Encyclopedia

(D) Dictionary

) RSS feed is a tool of :

(A) Graphic design

(B) Web 1.0

(C) Web 2.0

(D) Architecture

Rules for dictionary catalogue were devised by :

(A) A. Pannizzi

(B) C. C. Jewet

(C) S. Lubetzky

(D) C. A. Cutter

Conference proceedings are considered as………………documents.

(A) Conventional

(B) Primary

(C) Secondary

(D) Tertiary

Information is…..

(A) Raw Data

(B) Processed Data

(C) Input data

(D) Organized data

RFID technology is used in-

(A) Acquisition

(B) Serial Control

(C) Circulation Control

(D) OPAC

Microchip was invented by…..

(A) Microsoft

(B) IBM

(C) DELL

(D) Intel

What is Bibliometry ?

(A) Function of Library Network

(B) Information Management Service

(C) Information Management Tool

(D) Library Srvice

What is the collection of terms or records in MARC called ?

(A) System

(B) Network

(C) Website

(D) Database

Classification of all types of libraries has been made by-

(A) IFLA

(B) UNISIST

(C) UNESCO

(D) INSDOC

”Special libraries serve a specialist clientele, located within a single establishment or group and all engaged in working towards one common purpose.” Who said this

(A) R.Astall

(B) UNESCO

(C) J.D.Brown

(D) E.C.Richardson

What is e-prints ?

(A) A catalogue

(B)  A journal

(C) A repository Software

(D) An encyclopedia

Which library first introduced the printed catalog

(A) British Museum

(B) Library of Congress

(C) Lelin State

(D) Imperial Library

 

Informal self education is possible in what kind of library?

(A) National Library

(B) Public Library

(C) Specific Library

(D) College Library

The Term  ‘Cyberspace’ was first used by-

(A) Andrew Pollack

(B) William Gibsom

(C) Johan Postal

(D) Joe Flower

The process of configuring the disk into tracks and sector is called-

(A) Booting

(B) Labelling

(C) Formatting

(D) All the above

……………………. Is a process of information

(A) Books

(B) CD-ROM

(C) Computers

(D) None of the above

which is correct logical sequence of the following.

(A)  Information, Knowledge, Data, Wisdom

(B)  Knowledge, Wisdom, Information, Data

(C)  Wisdom, Information, Data, Knowledge

(D)  Data, Infomation, Knowledge, Wisdom                      

Reading centre’s, story hours, exhibitions and reading to literature are forms of …

(A) Extension service

(B) Service of a public library

(C) Both

(D) None

One of the following is not an open source software:

(A) DSpace

(B) Windows

(C) Green-stone

(D) Linux

A research paper is a brief report of research work based on

(A) Primary Data only

(B) Secondary Data only

(C) Both Primary and Secondary Data

(D) None of the above

In the process of conducting research ‘Formulation of Hypothesis” is followed by

(A) Statement of Objectives

(B) Analysis of Data

(C) Selection of Research Tools

(D) Collection of Data

The Press and Registration of books Act was enacted in
(A) 1847
(B) 1850
(C) 1867
(D) 1840

Resource sharing is a part of …

(A) Library cooperation

(B) Library administration

(C) Library management

(D) Library cataloguing

What is the full form of ERNET?

(A) Engineering Network

(B) Eastern Regional Network

(C) Electronic Research Network

(D) Education and Research Network

Questionnaire is a :

(A) Research method

(B) Measurement Technique

(C) Tool for data collection

(D) All the above

‘Cranfield Studies’ are an example of :

(A) Survey Research

(B) Experimental Research

(C) Historical Research

(D) Case Study

Research is

(A) Searching again and again

(B) Finding solution to any problem

(C) Working in a scientific way to search for truth of any problem

(D) None of the above

Which of the following is the first step in starting the research process?

(A) Searching sources of information to locate problem.

(B) Survey of related literature

(C) Identification of problem

(D) Searching for solutions to the problem

Which of the following variables cannot be expressed in quantitative terms?

(A) Socio-economic Status

(B) Marital Status

(C) Numerical Aptitude

(D) Professional Attitude

The essential qualities of a researcher are

(A) Spirit of free enquiry

(B) Reliance on observation and evidence

(C) Systematization or theorizing of knowledge

(D) All the above

Action research means

(A) A longitudinal research

(B) An applied research

(C) A research initiated to solve an immediate problem

(D) A research with socioeconomic objective

The Head Office of UNESCO located at
(A) Paris, France
(B) Netherlands, in The Hague
(C) London
(D) England

RDA related to
(A) Classification
(B) Cataloguing
(C) Searching
(D) Browsing

WIPO was established by the WIPO Convention in
(A) 1977
(B) 1944
(C) 1954
(D) 1967
A common test in research demands much priority on

(A) Reliability

(B) Useability

(C) Objectivity

(D) All of the above

What is APS ?

(A) A Search Engine?

(B) A Full-text e-resourse

(C) Bibliographic database

(D) Library Management Software

The Electronic Library is………………….

(A) A Magazine

(B) A Journal Name

(C) A LIbrary

(D) An Encyclopeadia

Now-a-days how many tipes of Protocol are used ?

(A) 5

(B) 4

(C) 3

(D) 2

Who publishes Annals of Library Science and documentation?

(A) ILA

(B) INSDOC

(C) DRTC

(D) IASLIC

Virtua accomadates Different version of the MARC Standard?

(A) USMARC

(B) UKMARC

(C) CANMARC

(D) SWEMARC/All of above

Which is the journal of Library and Information Science?

(A) Abacus

(B) Acta numerica

(C) Interlending and Document supply

(D) All of above

Where ISDN was first started in 1990

(A) USA

(B) UK

(C) India

(D) Singapore

Following is an example of microblogging:

(A) WordPress

(B) Blogspot

(C) Livejournal

(D) Twitter

Pi is the e-book reading device by:

(A) Amazon

(B) Sony

(C) Infibeam

(D) Nokia

UNIX is a

(A) Single user operating system

(B) Double user operating system

(C) Triple user operating system

(D) Multi user operating system

Identify the odd one from the following:

(A) Koha

(B) VTLS

(C) SLIM++

(D) SOUL

PDA stands for:

(A) Personal Digital Assistance

(B) Personal Document Archive

(c) Personal Digital Archive

(D) Program Download Accessories

Following is not a Web 2.0 tool:

(A) Blog

(B) Facebook

(C) UGC-INFONET 2.0

(D) RSS feeds

The CD alphabets in CDS/ISIS stands for

(A) Computerized Documentation

(B) Condensed Disk

(C) Confirmed Disc

(D) Compact Disc

Following is not a network protocol:

(A) HTTP

(B) SMTP

(C) TCP/IP

(D) Z39.50

Following is not a social bookmarking site:

(A) Digg

(B) Delicious

(C) Sqidoo

(D) Facebook

Electronic telecommunications system joining millions of computers together.

(A) E-mail

(B) Internet

(C) US Mail

(D) UPS

In which of the following the term “Truncation” is used

(A) Budgeting

(B) Search Formulation

(C) Coordination

(D) Classified bibliography

Information retrieval is fastest from

(A) Floppy Disk

(B) Magnetic Tape

(C) Hard Disk

(D) None of the above

INTERNET was initially developed by US Department of

(A) Commerce

(B) Defense

(C) Interior

(D) State

Raw, unevaluated, unprocessed and unorganized facts is known as:

(A) Data

(B) Information

(C) Knowledge

(D) Wisdom

Which is not a programming language?

(A) FORTRAN

(B) BASIC

(C) COBOL

(D) ASCII

What are three types of basic languages used in computer programming?

(A) Zero, low and high levels

(B) COBOL, BASIC and PROLOG

(C) FOTRAN, PL/I and SNOWBOL

(D) Machine, Assembly and high level lannguages

When CD-ROM was prepared and made?

(A) 1985

(B) 1982

(C) 1980

(D) 1977

What is a bug?

(A) Computer Virus

(B) Error in Computer Configuration

(C) Error in a Programme

(D) None of these

ASCII has how many codes?

(A) 256

(B) 526

(C) 265

(D) 254

ISO-9960 is related with?

(A) Standard for encoding data on CD-ROM

(B) Standard for Computer Hardware

(C) Standard for Information Processing

(D) Standard for Networking

Calculating machine is developed by

(A) Charles Babbage

(B) Pascal

(C) Shakuntala Devi

(D) Boyl

 

Which type of switching system is telephone network?

(A) Circuit switching

(B) Packet switching

(C) Message switching

(D) None of the above

In how many ways switching system can be established?

(A) Two

(B) Three

(C) Five

(D) Seven

Who designed analytical engine?

(A) Charles Babbage

(B) Pascal

(C) James watt

(D) Boyl

) Computer memory is measured in ____________________

(A) Bytes

(B) Kilobytes

(C) Megabytes

(D) All of the above

Which generation computers uses integrated circuits(ICs)?

(A) First

(B) Second

(C) Third

(D) Fourth

The concept of Artificial Intelligence (AI) belongs to

(A) Second Generation Computers

(B) Third Generation Computers

(C) Fourth Generation Computers

(D) Fifth Generation Computers

World Wide Web (WWW) was first designed by whom?

(A) Charles Babbage (B) F. W. Lancaster

(C) Ted Nelson

(D) Tim Berner’s Lee

On which of the following technologies semantic web is not based?

(A) RDF

(B) Ontologies

(C) Cloud seeding

(D) URI

Books lost from the library are known through ________

(A) Stock verification

(B) Charging and discharging

(C) Shelf list

(D) Accession Register

‘Fair use’ is the norm for determining the legality of

(A) Producing the second edition of a book

(B) Photocopying an entire book

(C) Making available a book to another library on inter-library loan

(D) Prescribing a book as a text book.

Three great achievements in U.S.A. were noticed i.e. enunciation of DDC classification scheme, formation of American Library Association and the publication of 1st Journal of the librarianship in the year

(A) 1857

(B) 1859

(C) 1876

(D) 1901.

Is one of the records of circulation section.

(A) Accession Register

(B) Day book

(C) Catalogue Card

(D) AACR-2 (R)

________ is a process of helping employees in an organization to acquire new skills and competence on a continuing basis

(A) Total Quality Management

(B) Management Information System

(C) Financial Resources Development

(D) Human Resources Development.

Generally a reference service of a library in the conventional form is processed through the stages which are

(A) Preparation, service, assimilation

(B) Indexing, orientation, delivery of the query’s reply

(C) Orientation, user’s study, photocopy supplied

(D) Preparation, orientation, delivery of the query’s reply.

) ________ is an important record of books, which shows the position of any book on the shelves.

(A) Bay Guide

(B) Authority File

(C) Accession List.

(D) Shelf. .List

Physical condition of the books should be property maintained This is known as

(A) Collation.

(B) Conservation

(C) Shelf-arrangement

(D) Organization

Calcutta Public Library was established during

(A) 15th Century

(B) 16th Century

(C) 19th Century

(D) 20th Century.

Scrutiny of financial transactions is called

(A) Budgeting

(B) Programming

(C) Accounting

(D) Auditing

The marketing concepts in Library Service include

(A) analysis, planning, implementation and control

(B) advertising, planning, analysis and control

(C) distribution, control, analysis, implementation

(D) indexing, planning, control and implementation.

There are a few basic factors which may be applied in winning the hearts of the readers. They are

(A) Psychological factor, environmental factor, social factor

(B) Self factor, psychological factor, service factor

(C) Service factor, philosophical factor, self factor

(Dl Technological factor, service factor, self factor.

In fund accounting, _______ fund cannot be used for other purposes.

(A) Recurring

(B) Non-recurring

(C) Restricted

(D) Encumbering

The library budget of a university is passed by the?

(A) Senate

(B) Executive Council

(C) Academic Council

(D) Research Council

)_______ budgeting does not take into account what happened in the past but emphasizes on current activities.

(A) Formula

(B) Performance

(C) Programme

(D) Zero-base

Library Legislation refers to the development of

(A) Academic Libraries

(B) Special Libraries

(C) Public Libraries

(D) None of the above

ISBN changed from 10 digits to 13 from

(A) January, 2007

(B) January, 2008

(C) January, 2006

(D) January, 2005

Linear model of communication in knowledge based on Aristotles’ model of communication was proposed by

(A) Juger Heberman

(B) A.J. Wells

(C) C.E. Shannon & W. Weaver

(D) G. Gerbner

Who is regarded as father of bibliography ?

(A) Paul Otlet

(B) Conrad Gesner

(C) J. C. Brunet

(D) A. C. Fosket.

A skillful method of providing means mechanism and structural elements to.

streamline organizational work is known as _______

(A) Strategic planning

(B) Role analysis

(C) Work culture

(D) Autonomous planning

)  ________ has prescribed certain standards for library binding.

(A) ILA

(B) ALA

(C) BLA

(D) NBT

Leather being used as one of the binding materials i.e., _________ is the strongest

leather.

(A) Roan

(B) Imitation

(C) Pig skin

(D) Sheep skin

Sheets before and after the text of a book are called _________.

(A) End papers

(B) Attach cover

(C) Head bands

(D) Gilding

All part and pages of a volume are correctly sequenced in the first stage of binding

process known as?

(A) Sewing

(B) Guard

(C) Pulling

(D) Collation

The objective of library binding is ________of the library materials.

(A) Proper organisation

(B) Accessibility.

(C) Durability

(D) Humidity control

Outdated and seldom used books are withdrawn from the library is known as ________.

(A) Shelving

(B) Weeding

(C) Circulating

(D) Guiding

Books misplaced on the shelves by readers are restored. This work is referred to as.

(A) Shelving

(B) Stock verification

(C) Shelf rectification

(D) Shifting

While entering the library, the personal belongings of a reader is kept in ________

(A) Cloak Room

(B) Property Counter

(C) Gate counter

(D) Store room

Getting books back from the users and releasing the borrower’s ticket is known as

(A) Charging

(B) Holding

(C) Reserving

(D) Discharging

PRECIS was developed by Derek Austin for use in the

(A) BNB

(B) INB

(C) ISBD

(D) ISBN

 The three card system introduced by Ranganathan are – (i) Register Card, (ii) Check Card, and (iii)?

(A) KARDEX

(B) LINDEX

(C) Ledger Card

(D) Classified Index Card

ISBN stands for ________

(A) Integrated Services Bibliographic Network

(B) Indian Standard Book Number

(C) International Standard Book Number

(D) International Standard for Book and Non- book

The standard size of an accession register is ?

(A) 15” x 13”

(B) 16 x 13”

(C)12” x 5”

(D) 5” x 3”

Payments for the books purchased can be made only after

(A) Accessioning

(B) Classification

(C)Cataloguing

(D) Arrangement in the shelve

One of the book selection principles states that “the best reading for the largest number at the ……………Cost.”

(A) Maximum

(B) Medium

(C) Least

(D) Zero

In Encyclopaedia Britianica, ___________ acts as an index to macropaedia.

(A) Bibliography

(B) Introduction Part

(C) Propaedia

(D) Micropaedia

 

) ________ is a legal document and can be used as a source of industrial information.

(A) Report

(B) Law Review

(C) Patent

(D) Specification

Information Gatekeepers come under ________ sources.

(A) Documentary

(B) Human

(C) Institutional

(D) Neo-conventional

Library catalogue cards are filed in specially designed drawers called

(A) Charging tray

(B) Catalogue cabinet

(C) Display rack .

(D) Filling equipment

Study carrels are exclusive areas meant for

(A) Students

(B) Public

(C) Women

(D) Researchers

________ are the storage areas for the various types of documents kept in a library.

(A) Tasks .

(B). Racks

(C) Stacks

(D) Desks

A good library building is an outcome of librarian and.

(A) Registrar

(B) Building Corporation

(C) Finance Officer

(D) Architect

Who introduced Three card system

(A) Krishan Kumar

(B) C. K. Sharma

(C) Cutter

(D) S. R. Ranganathan

POSDCORB is related to

(A) Library cataloguing

(B) Library reference service

(C) Library administration

(D) Library automation

) Who coined the word POSDCORB

(A) Henri Foyal

(B) Luther Gulick

(C) Herbert

(D) Elizabeth stone

) Who is the father of Classical School

(A) Lyndall Urwick

(B) Gulick

(C) Cutter

(D) Henri Fayol

Zero based budget is concerned with

(A) Present

(B) Past

(C) Future

(D) Remote future

The standard “X” and theory “Y” was conceived by

(A) Peter F.Drucker

(B) Doughlas Mc Gregor

(C) Gulik and URwick

(D) Taylor

PPBS relates to

(A) Book selection

(B) Journal selection

(C) Budgeting

(D) Library records

Who had invented the MBO?

(A) Eltomn Mayo

(B) Frederic Winslow Taylor

(C) Peter Drucker

(D) Kermeth Blanchard

When was PERT developed?

(A) 1958

(B) 1968

(C) 1955

(D) 1948

When did electrically operated book charging system introduced first?

(A) 1926

(B) 1905

(C) 1933

(D) 1932

Who started New York Charging system?

(A) Peter Drucker

(B) Elton Mayo

(C) John Cotton Dana

(D) Francis Bacon

When was Browne charging system started?

(A) 1895

(B) 1896

(C) 1899

(D) 1875

Who is the pioneer of open access system in British libraries

(A) Nine e.Brown

(B) James Duff Brown

(C) John cotton dana

(D) S. R. Ranganathan

What are the two parts of the annual report of the library

(A) Primary and Secondary

(B) Analytical and Systematic

(C) Upper and Lower

(D) Descriptive and Statistical

Scrutiny of financial transactions is called

(A) Budgeting

(B) Programming

(C) Accounting

(D) Auditing

In fund accounting, _______ fund can not be used for other purposes.

(A) Recurring

(B) Non-recurring

(C) Restricted

(D) Encumbering

A budget which mainly covers items of current revenue and expenditure is called __.

(A) Programme budget

(B) Welfare economics

(C) Current budgeting

(D) Capital budgeting

) …….. takes items of expenditure for libraries as the working data for allocation of funds.

(A) Method of details

(B) Per capita method

(C) Principle of economy

(D) Library budget

Principle of maximum aggregate benefit is concerned with__

(A) Growth of library

(B) Library use

(C) Library service

(D) Library fee

Main use of Shelf list is

(A) Cataloging

(B) Circulation

(C) Stock Verification

(D) Book Selection

Financial support given to libraries are of two types – Recurring and

(A) Ad-hoc

(B) Endowments

(C) Annual

(D) Non-recurring

 

TQM is a system of continuous improvement employing participative management and centered on needs of the ______

(A) Customers

(B) Staff

(C) Organization

(D) Government

Posting the right person at the right place is called ________

(A) Recruitment

(B) Coaching

(C) Deployment

(D) Induction

When Zero Base Budgeting system was first prepared

(A)1950

(B) 1960

(C)1970

(D) 1980

Zero Base Budgeting system was propounded by

(A) Peter F. Drucker

(B) P.N. Kaula

(C) E.Mayo

(D) Pter Phyrr

Which national agency in India is responsible for assigning the ISBN

(A) RRRLF

(B) BARC

(C) NCL

(D) National Library of India

Which agency in Pakistan responsible for assigning the copy right to author or publisher etc.

(A) National Library of Pakistan Islamabad

(B) Punjab Public Library Lahore

(C) Liaqat Memorial Library Karachi

(D) National Library and Resource Center

CPM (Critical Path Method) is developed by

(A) Dupoint Company

(B) Aircraft Corporation

(C) IIM

(D) IBM

Theory X and Theory Y related to

(A) Planning

(B) Motivation

(C) Directing

(D) Staffing

Who is the father of Scientific Management

(A) F.W. Taylor

(B) Harold Koontz

(C) Peter F. Drucker

(D) Luther Gulick

Herzberg’s theory deals with

(A) Staffing

(B) Directing

(C) Motivation

(D) Planning

“To provide the best books to the maximum readers at the least cost” said by

(A) Dr. S. R. Ranganathan

(B) P. N. Kaula

(C) E.Mayo

(D) Melvil Dewey

Who said the demand and supply theory of books?

(A) Melvil Dewey

(B) Dr. S. R. Ranganathan

(C) Mc Colvin

(D) Sayers

When Peter F. Drucker defined M.B.O. (Management by Objectives) ?

(A) 1950

(B) 1960

(C) 1954

(D) 1964

Who is the Editor in Chief of 22nd Edition of DDC

(A) Benjamin A. Custer

(B) John P. Comaromi

(C) Winton E. Matthews

(D) John S. Mitchell

Who is the Editor in Chief of 21st Edition of DDC

(A) Benjamin A. Custer

(B) John P. Comaromi

(C) Winton E. Matthews

(D) John S. Mitchell

Who is the Editor in Chief of 20th Edition of DDC

(A) Benjamin A. Custer

(B) John P. Comaromi

(C) Winton E. Matthews

(D) John S. Mitchell

Who is the Editor in Chief of 19th Edition of DDC

(A) Benjamin A. Custer

(B) John P. Comaromi

(C) Winton E. Matthews

(D) John S. Mitchell

Accession Number means

(A) Call Number of a book

(B) Unique Number for a book inside a particular library.

(C) Book Number

(D) Class number

Call Number of a Book Means

(A) Book Number

(B) Class Number

(C) Both (A) and (B) are true

(D) None of the above

Who devised Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) System?

(A) Melville Dewey

(B) Dr. S. R. Ranganathan

(C) Tim Berners-Lee

(D) Vint Cerf

 

The Dewey Decimal Classification divides human knowledge into

(A) 10 basic categories.

(B) 100 basic categories.

(C) 1000 basic categories.

(D) 10000 basic categories.

In which edition “Auxiliary table for area” was first introduced?

(A) DDC 14

(B) DDC 15

(C) DDC 16

(D) DDC 17

Who is the Editor in Chief of 23rd Edition of DDC

(A) Benjamin A. Custer

(B) John P. Comaromi

(C) Winton E. Matthews

(D) John S. Mitchell

When was the different typological study towards mode of formation of subjects done?

(A) 1950

(B) 1960

(C) 1970

(D) 1975

What are the four entity of FRBR model?

(A) Personality, Matter, Energy, Space

(B) Work, Expression, Manifestation, Item

(C) Book, Form, Availability, Type

(D) Discipline, Entity, Action, Personality

 

What is the meaning of FRBR?

(A) Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records

(B) Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Register

(C) Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Report

(D) Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Routine work

The first edition of UDC published in

(A) 1904

(B) 1901

(C) 1905

(D) 1894

Who is the publishers of Sear’s list of subject headings

(A) Dr. S. R. Ranganathan

(B) Brown

(C) H. W. Wilson

(D) C. A. Cutter

The word classification comes from the Latin word

(A) Classis

(B) Classes

(C) Clauses

(D) Fiction

In which year DDC 23rd edition was published

(A) 2000

(B) 2011

(C) 2003

(D) 2010

Phoenix schedules are part of which classification

(A) CC

(B) DDC

(C) UDC

(D) LCC

How many Auxiliary tables are there in DDC 23rd Edition

(A) 16

(B) 6

(C) 7

(D) 8

When was MARC project completed?

(A) 1987

(B) 1967

(C) 1947

(D) 1968

Who enunciated the subject Classification

(A) J. D. Brown

(B) W. C. Sayers

(C) Benjamin A.Custer

(D) Frist Donker Duyvis

Who enunciated the five fundamental categories

(A) Benjamin A. Custer

(B) Paul Otlet

(C) Dr. S. R. Ranganathan

(D) W. C. Sayers

Who defined notation as shorthand sign

(A) Dr.  S. R. Ranganathan

(B) Benjamin A. Custer

(C) Immanuel Kant

(D) E. C. Richardson

When was SLSH published?

(A) 1903

(B) 1897

(C) 1923

(D) 1933

What is the another name of Added entries?

(A) Main entry

(B) Cross reference entry

(C) Secondary entries

(D) Subject entry

Who Invented the Dictionary Catalogue?

(A) Dr. S. R. Ranganathan

(B) C. A. Cutter

(C) D. B. Krishna Rao

(D) K. N. Raj

Reading centre, story hours, exhibition and reading to literature are form of

(A) Extension service

(B) Service of Public library

(C) Both

(D) None

The person who provides reference service is called

(A) Chief librarian

(B) Grade One Librarian

(C) Deputy Librarian

(D) Reference Librarian

Mobile library is a kind of which service?

(A) Reference service

(B) Extension service

(C) Ready reference service

(D) Long range reference service

CAS is defined as

(A) A process of dissemination of information

(B) A process of information

(C) A process of dissemination of current information

(D) A simple information service

“Reference service is the contact between the right reader and the right book in the right personal way” was stated by…

(A) D J Fockett

(B) S R Ranganathan

(C) James I Wyer

(D) A. L. A Glossary of library terms

Which service demands the creation of a ‘user’ profile?

(A) CAS

(B) Information retrieval

(C) SDI

(D) Reference service

Abstracting service provides…

(A) Abstract of articles

(B) Whole bibliographic description of articles

(C) Whole bibliographic description along with abstracts of article

(D) Whole bibliographic sources

Which terms was coined by S.R. Ranganathan for mobile libraries

(A) Moving library

(B) Library on wheels

(C) Library machine

(D) All of the above

The term “Information Service” is an improvised name …

(A) Administration

(B) Documentation

(C) Bibliography

(D) Reference service

What is National bibliography?

(A) List of books of National Library

(B) List of books published in a particular Nation

(C) List of books written by National government

(D) List of books on a nation

) ‘ Facts on File’ is a

(A) Weekly list

(B) Fortnightly

(C) Monthly

(D) Quarterly

What is the frequency of I.N.B.?

(A) Quarterly

(B) Monthly

(C) Weekly

(D) Annual

 

What is the publication frequency of books in print?

(A) Monthly

(B) Weekly

(C) Annually

(D) Quarterly

Encyclopedia Americana consists of

(A) 20 Volumes

(B) 25 Volumes

(C) 28 Volumes

(D) 30 Volumes

How many volumes Micropaedia of new Encyclopedia Britannica is published?

(A) 2

(B) 10

(C) 11

(D) 12

What do you call a collection of maps, tables, charts, etc.?

(A) Globe

(B) Gazetteer

(C) Atlas

(D) Map

What is the suitable reference sources to know about the information of a particular place?

(A) Directory

(B) Gazetteer

(C) Encyclopedia

(D) Year book

What is the suitable reference sources to find out the list of historical monuments of Lahore?

(A) Atlas

(B) Gazetteer

(C) Guide book

(D) Globe

Cover to cover translation is treated as

(A) Selective dissemination service

(B) Current awareness services

(C) On demand services

(D) Anticipatory services

Today which type of information sources is most useful?

(A) Reference sources

(B) Documentary source

(C) Non- Documentary source

(D) Both the Documentary and Non-Documentary sources

What are non- documentary sources?

(A) Which are in printed form?

(B) Which are in not printed form?

(C) Which are nor documents

(D) None of these

Generally the information sources are divided mainly in to following categories?

(A) Primary and secondary.

(B) Reference and information sources.

(C) Documentary and non-documentary

(D) Books and periodicals

) Which of the following is not the documents?

(A) Manuscript

(B) Book

(C) Inscription

(D) Periodical

What is the meaning of E-Documents?

(A) All Documents other than printed

(B) Non-Paper documents

(C) In electronic form such as Cassettes, CD-ROMs, etc.

(D) Audio visual tools

What is Trade bibliography?

(A) List of Author Bibliography

(B) List of Special Bibliography

(C) List of books in print or for sale compiled by a publisher

(D) List of books of trade Library

What is Pakistan: A reference annual?

(A) Year Book

(B) Almanac

(C) Gide book

(D) Hand book

Library Science is an art or Science:

(a) Science

(b) Science & Art

(c) Art

(d) None of these

Today society consumes knowledge and information in:

(a)Developed society

(b) Rich society

(c)Ablest society

(d) All these

Non-verbal communication is categorized into:

(a)Three types

(b) Five types

(c)Six types

(d) Seven types

The barriers to communication and information flow are:

(a) Language problem

(b) Economic problem

(c) Political problem

(d) All the above

Who coined the term ‘Information retrieval’?

(a)Lancaster

(b) Faradane

(c) Colvin Mooers

(d) J. Martin

Writing system was invented by:

(a)Ancient Egyptians        

(b) French

(c)Greek

(d) Ancient Indians

UNESCO came into existence in the year:

(a)1944

(b) 1945

(c)1946

(d) 1947

IAC stands for:.

(a) Indian Academic Council

(b) Information Analysis Centre

(c) International Analysis Centre

(d) None of the above

The Open Access System was introduced in India by:

(a)           Ranganathan

(b)           Borden

(c)           Dickinson

(d)           P. N. Kaula

Who was the teacher of Dr. Ranganathan in London?

(a) H. E. Bliss

(b) J. D. Brown

(c) A. Pannizi

(d) W. C. B. Sayers

The word reprography means reproduction of graphic materials, irrespective of whether they are hand written, typed printed and so on:

(a)True 

(b) False

 

Xerography is:

(a)Diazographic process

(b) Dry copying process

(c)Wet copying process

(d) None of the above

Sadler Commission in India was setup in the year:

(a)1882

(b) 1902

(c)1917

(d) 1946

Who designated Dr. Ranganathan, as the father of Library science in India:

(a)           Jawahartal Nehru

(b) Sir Radhakrishanan

(c)           Rajendra Prasad

(d) Sir Maurice Gwoyer

Tree of porphyry’ is formed as result of:

(a)Fusion

(b) Potychotomy

(c)Dichotomy      

(d) Decachotomy

The objective of library binding is ________
of the library materials.
A. Proper organisation
B. accessibility.
C. durability
D. humidity control

  1. C. Wollner and M. O. Thomas were associated with:

(a)Foundation of LA

(b) Foundation of ALA

(c)Foundation of ILA

(d) Foundation of ASLIB

________ is a process of helping employees in an organization to acquire new skills
and competence on a continuing basis
A. Total Quality Management
B Management Information System
C. Financial Resources Development
D. Human Resources Development.

 

Who was the first president of IFLA?

(a) W. C. B. Sayers

(b) S. R. Ranganathan

(c)Issac Collijn

(d) Melvil Dewey

. ________ has prescribed certain standards for library binding.
A. ILA
B. ALA .
C. BLA
D. NBT

 

Leather being used as one of the binding materials i.e., _________ is the strongest
leather.
A Roan
B. Imitation
C. Pig skin
D. Sheep skin

All part and pages of a volume are correctly sequenced in

the first stage of binding process known as?
A. sewing
B. guard
C. pulling
D. collation

________ are the storage areas for the various types of documents kept in a library.
A. Tasks .
B. Racks
C.Stacks
D. Desks

…………… categorises documents into three types such as primary, secondary and.
tertiary.
A. Grogan
B. Skeltor
C. SR. Ranganathan
D. Hanson

Posting the right person at the right place is called ________
A. Recruitment
B. Coaching
C. Deployment
D. Induction

Whether Library is a system?

(A) Yes, it has various sections as sub-systems coordinating each other forming a system

(B) No, it cannot be a system

(C) It is quite impossible

(D) Library is separate from a system.

How is stochastic equation of information solved?

(A) By statistical rules

(B) By dynamic rules

(C) By statistical and dynamic rules

(D) None of these.

What is the meaning of ‘Translation Pools’ ?

(A) Details about the names of translation experts

(B) Details about the addresses of the translators

(C) Agency of the names of translation experts

(D) None of these.

A set of rules that govern overall data communications system is popularly known as…………… .

(A) Protocol

(B) Agreement

(C) Pact

(D) Memorandum

High Level Language is……………… .

(A) Disk space dependent

(B) O. S. dependent

(C) Machine independent

(D) Machine dependent

A periodical evaluation of an employee is done through………..

(A) Job rotation

(B) Performance appraisal

(C) Refresher course

(D) Work guide

“Controlled Group” is a term used in………….. .

(A) Survey research

(B) Historical research

(C) Experimental research

(D) Descriptive research

What is the relationship between ISBD and cataloguing codes ?

(A) They are not related at all

(B) Cataloguing codes will include bibliographic description

(C) ISBD includes cataloguing rules

(D) ISBD can replace cataloguing rules

Inductive logic proceeds from :

(A) General to General

(B) Particular to General

(C) General to Particular

(D) Particular to Particular

 

Which of the following is not a “Graphic representation” ?

(A) Pie Chart

(B) Bar Chart

(C) Table

(D) Histogram

One of the following search engine is exclusively meant for scientific information :

(A) Google

(B) Yahoo

(C) SCIRUS

(D) Altavista

Technological Gatekeeper is :

(A) A formal method of giving current awareness service

(B) A method of technology assessment and evaluation

(C) A process of transfer of technology

(D) An informal mechanism of keeping user informed of relevant development

Mark the ‘odd one out’ :

(A) Cow-Calf principle

(B) Principle of osmosis

(C) Wall picture principle

(D) Whole organ principle

A reasoning where we start with certain particular statements and conclude with a universal statement is called

(A) Deductive Reasoning

(B) Inductive Reasoning

(C) Abnormal Reasoning

(D) Transcendental Reasoning

Mean, Median and Mode are :

(A) Measures of deviation

(B) Ways of sampling

(C) Measures of control tendency

(D) None of the above

Which one is Library and Information Science Journal name?

(A) Reference Reviews incorporating ASLIB Book Guide

(B) Reference Reviews incorporating ASLIB Book journals

(C) Reference Reviews incorporating ASLIB Book Review

(D) Reference Reviews incorporating ASLIB E-Book

What is APS?

(A) A Search Engine?

(B) A Full-text e-resource

(C) Bibliographic database

(D) Library Management Software

Which two is a Library Management Software for small libraries?

(A) Library Solution and Follet

(B) Follet and MSN

(C) MSN and Tar

(D) LYCOS and Live Search

Which is the journal of Library and Information Science?

(A) Abacus

(B) Acta numerica

(C) Interlending and Document supply

(D) All of above

Virtua accommodates Different version of the MARC Standard?

(A) USMARC

(B) UKMARC

(C) CANMARC

(D) SWEMARC/All of above

Which one is E-Bibliographic database?

(A) Nature

(B) Blackwell

(C) ISID

(D) Springer

Now-a-days how many types of Protocol are used ?

(A) 5

(B) 4

(C) 3

(D) 2

Which type of protocol is used by interface for public data network (PDN)?

(A) X.25

(B) X.12

(C) X.13

(D) X.20

Which one is a full text e-Resource?

(A) JCCC

(B) ISID

(C) Science finder scholar

(D) ACS

LOCKOSS (Software) is an international community initiative by:

(A) MIT Libraries

(B) Stanford University

(C) University of Waikato

(D) University of Southampton

Which of the following software is useful for word processing?

(A) DBASE

(B) LIBSYS

(C) WordStar

(D) CDS/ISIS

NICNET and INDONET are the networks of which category?

(A) LAN

(B) MAN

(C) WAN

(D) IN

Generally a reference service of a library in the conventional form is processed through the stages which are

(A) Preparation, service, assimilation

(B) Indexing, orientation, delivery of the query’s reply

(C) Orientation, user’s study, photocopy supplied

(D) Preparation, orientation, delivery of the query’s reply.

Is a process of helping employees in an organization to acquire new skills and competence on a continuing basis

(A) Total Quality Management

(B) Management Information System

(C) Financial Resources Development

(D) Human Resources Development

PR stands for

(A) Indian Press Registration

(B) Intellectual Property Right

(C) International Property Right

(D) Indian Property Regulations.

LA is the Library Association of

(A) Manipur

(B) Andhra Pradesh

(C) Great Britain

(D) Canada.

Physical condition of the books should be property maintained. This is known as

(A) Collation.

(B) Conservation

(C) Shelf-arrangement

(D) Organization

 

A skillful method of providing means mechanism and structural elements to. streamline organizational work is known as _______

(A) Strategic planning

(B) Role analysis

(C) Work culture

(D) Autonomous planning

 

World of learning is a what source of information

(A) Primary source

(B) Documentary source

(C) Secondary source

(D) Tertiary source

Compton year book contains

(A) Political events

(B) Cultural events

(C) Outstanding events

(D) Economic events

Online Europa year book has coverage since

(A) 1965

(B) 1975

(C) 1984

(D) 1985

Research periodicals are which category of sources?

(A) Primary

(B) Secondary

(C) Tertiary

(D) Non documentary.

Which organization has introduced the concept of “Sister libraries” for children`s and young adults reading?

(A) UNESCO

(B) IFLA

(C) LC

(D) LA

Library Technology Report is a publication of

(A) ALA

(B) IASLIC

(C) LA

(D) ILA

The Librarian Day celebrated on

(A) 15th Sep

(B) 24th Nov

(C) 11th Dec

(D) 12th Aug

Forms of Extension service

(A) Library Websites

(B) Library Orientation

(C) Book fair and Exhibition

(D) All

The secondary source of information comprised of:

(A) Text books and research monographs.

(B) Subject periodicals and encyclopedias

(C) Indexing and Abstracting periodicals

(D) Bibliography and patents

Article published in research journal are…

(A) Reference sources

(B) Secondary sources

(C) Primary sources

(D) Tertiary sources

Reference sources are those

(A) Which are large in size?

(B) Which are read at home easily?

(C) Which used to obtain particular information?

(D) Which are costly?

Which association`s tagline is “connecting people and information”?

(A) SLA

(B) IFLA

(C) ALA

(D) COMLA

Which association`s tagline is “managing information”?

(A) IFLA

(B) ASLIB

(C) ALA

(D) LC

Now a day’s what is a most important vital resource for societal development of a country?

(A)  Books

(B)  Kowledge

(C)  Information                

(D)  Data

Today information is regarded as which of the following?

(A)  Wealth

(B)  Commodity

(C)  Products

(D)  All the above

BERN CONVENTION (1886) is concerned with:

(A) Translations

(B) Copyright

(C) Patent

(D) Standards

Binary system of numbers uses only

(A) Two digits

(B) Four digits

(C) Eight digits

(D) Six digits

The book ‘Library Administration’ was brought out by Ranganathan in

(A) 1925

(B) 1933

(C) 1931

(D) 1935

The term Lexicography is associated with:

(A) Compilation of Encyclopedia

(B) Compilation of Hand books

(C) Compilation of Dictionaries

(D) None of the above

A Pre-print is a/an

(A) Article to be presented in a conference

(B) Conference paper to be included in the proceedings

(C) Neither (a) nor (b)

(D) Both (a) and (b)

Canon of Characteristics’ are part of

(A) Verbal plane

(B) Notational plane

(C) Idea plane

(D) Structural plane

Xerographic process is categorised under

(A) Photographic process

(B) Reflex method

(C) Silver halide process

(D) Electrostatic process

The ‘Study abroad’ is a/an

(A) Encyclopedia

(B) Year book

(C) Directory

(D) Handbook

The ‘User Profile’ is a

(A) List of descriptors

(B) List of useful citations

(C) List of users

(D) Statement of user information

Which of the following is a Tertiary Sources of Information?

(A) Journal

(B) Bibliography

(C) Encyclopaedia

(D) Bibliography of Bibliographies

IIA founded in U.S.A. in 1968 stands for

(A) Integrated Industry Association

(B) Information Industry Association

(C) Integrated Illiteracy eradication Association

(D) Institute of Information Association.

BSO in classification stands for

(A) Basic Subject of Organisation

(B) Broad Subject Ordering

(C) Bibliography of Subject Ordering

(D) Bibliographic Subject Organisation

The concept of Selective Dissemination of Information ( SDI ) was introduced by

(A) Kaiser

(B) Luhn of IBM

(C) S. R. Ranganathan

(D) Derek Austin.

 The invisible web refers to-

(A)  The internet, since we cannot see it

(B)  That part of the internet, which is hidden from the search engines                         

(C)  The telecommunication signals which are not seen

(D)  The failure in accessing the web pages

To which country the credit is given to coin the term information society?

(A)  USA

(B)  France

(C)  Japan                  

(D)  India

ASK (Approach, Skill, Knowledge ) principle is related to

(A) Classification

(B) Management

(C) ICT

(D) Standards

Alireza Noruzi related to
(A) Application of Ranganathan’s Laws to the Web
(B) The disciple of Melvil Dewey who worked in India
(C) Our Singular Strengths
(D) The first librarian of the Imperial Library (now National Library, Kolkata)

Which of the following is a multi-subject gateway?

(A) Renardus

(B) Humbul

(C) Sapling

(D) EdWEb

168) Who was Published the monthly Journal “The Library World’

(A) Krishan kumar

(B) J. D. Brown

(C) H. W. Wilson

(D) K. Navlavi

169) Facts of File is weekly digest of

(A) Indian events

(B) American events

(C) World events

(D) England events

Who is the first editor of “Modern Librarian”?

(A) F. Monbrary Volte

(B) Dr. S. R. Ranganathan

(C) J. D. Brown

(D) Krishan Kumar

Indian national Bibliographical first appeared in

(A) 1947

(B) 1957

(C) 1967

(D) 1937

Who is the editor of “Library Herald”

(A) Krishan Kumar

(B) C. K. Sharma

(C) S. R. Ranganathan

(D) F. Monbray Volte

Who is the author of “Dictionary of anonymous and pseudonymous literature”

(A) S. Halkett & J. Laing

(B) Robert Proctor

(C) Ralph De sols

(D) Hanuman Sastri

Word of learning is Published by

(A) Asian events

(B) Keesing’s

(C) Europa publication

(D) Harper & Row

Statesman year book is published from

(A) London

(B) New york

(C) Calcutta

(D) Chicago

Cumulative book index is published from

(A) India

(B) USA

(C) Canada

(D) Thailand

Who is the publisher of Encyclopedia of Library and information science?

(A) Boweker

(B) H. W. Wilson company

(C) M. Dekker

(D) H. W. Wilson

) Retrospective search service is a type of

(A) Referral service

(B) Reference service

(C) CAS

(D) SDI

Which part of new encyclopedia Britannica is useful for ready references?

(A) Macropaedia

(B) Propaedia

(C) Micropaedia

(D) Premedia

Indian books in Print are published from

(A) Tamil nadu

(B) Chennai

(C) Bombay

(D) New Delhi

What is a Patent?

(A) An agreement to the Government

(B) Document of the library

(C) An agreement between the inventor and the Government

(D) An agreement between library and Publisher

Which term was coined by Dr. S. R. Ranganathan for mobile libraries?

(A) Moving Library

(B) Library on Wheels

(C) Library Machine

(D) All of above

 

Who published the journal International classification?

(A) IFLA

(B) UNESCO

(C) ISKO

(D) ALA

Forms of Extension service

(A) Library Websites

(B) Library Orientation

(C) Book fair and Exhibition

(D) All

Encyclopedia of library and Information Science is published by:

(A) H. W. Wilson

(B) R. R. Bowker

(C) Marcel Dekker

(D) Andrew Deutsch

The secondary source of information comprised of:

(A) Text books and research monographs.

(B) Subject periodicals and encyclopedias

(C) Indexing and Abstracting periodicals

(D) Bibliography and patents

Who categorized information source into conventional, non conventional, neo conventional and micro documents:

(A) Ranganathan

(B) Bradford

(C) Grogan

(D) Henson

Library Technology Report is a publication of

(A) ALA

(B) IASLIC

(C) LA

(D) ILA

The five laws of Library Science published in the book form in the year

(A) 1924

(B) 1931

(C) 1928

(D) 1930

Where is the headquarter of SLA?

(A) New York

(B) Lagos

(C) Shimla

(D) New Delhi

Who gave the sixth law of library science “Every reader his/her freedom”?

(A) Walt Crawford

(B) Michael Gorman

(C) James R. Rettig

(D) Lenart Bjorneborn

In which year headquarter of FID was shifted from Brussels to The Hague?

(A) 1925

(B) 1928

(C) 1930

(D) 1934

In which year International institute of Documentation changed to International federation of Documentation?

(A) 1931

(B) 1937

(C) 1945

(D) 1948

Which organization was joined with Library Association to form CILIP in 2002?

(A) Institute of Bibliography

(B) Institute of Information Scientists

(C) Institute of Documentation

(D) Institute of Librarianship

Which two organizations jointly publish survey on digitization and preservation?

(A) IFLA + UNESCO

(B) ALA + UNESCO

(C) IFLA + ALA

(D) IFLA + LC

When did ILA became the member of IFLA?

(A) 1952

(B) 1955

(C) 1957

(D) 1965

Who is the Father of a computer

(A) Steve Jobs

(B) Vint Cerf

(C) Tim Berners-Lee

(D) Charles Babbage

In which year ASLIB was acquired by MCB group, the holding company for emerald group publishing?

(A) 2003

(B) 2005

(C) 2009

(D) 2010

When was the International institute of Documentation established?

(A) 1931

(B) 1934

(C) 1940

(D) 1945

What is the unit of information?

(A)  Bit              

(B)  Byte

(C)  Gram

(D)  Hertz

 

UNISIST is a

(A) Software

(B) A Programme

(C) Welfare association

(D) A committee

Which association`s tagline is “managing  information”?

(A) IFLA

(B) ASLIB

(C) ALA

(D) LC

 

Who said that “Librarianship is not a profession”?

(A) Madden, Moon, Moore, Mc Pheron

(B) Goode, Rossi, Shaffer, Gullis

(C) Dewey, Rundey, Reeves, Aishen

(D) Ranganathan, Dewey, Cutter

IASLIC was founded in the year
(A) 1955
(B) 1965
(C) 1975
(D) 1985

WorldCat is maintained by
(A) Library of Congress
(B) Online Library Center
(C) American Library Association
(D) None of the above
Bibliographical coupling is related to
(A) Bibliometric studies
(B) Bibliography compilation
(C) Modes of subject formation
(D) Vocabulary control

What is Dublin Core?
(A) Content management tool
(B) E- Library software
(C) Metadata standard
(D) Internet Protocol

 

The Library Association (UK) is now the component of
(A) ASLIB
(B) CILIP
(C) ALA
(D) None of the above

JSTOR is an online system for archiving and accessing academic journals. It is located in
(A) Germany
(B) UK
(C) USA
(D) Budapest

“Libraries as Gateways to Knowledge” is the title of the document of
(A) National Information Policy, 1986
(B) Information Technology Act, 2000
(C) National Knowledge Commission on Libraries, 2007
(D) None of the above

FID was dissolved in the year :
A) 2002
(B) 2005
(C) 2000
(D) 2003

Bibliographic coupling was first advocated by :
(A) B. K. Sen
(B) M. M. Kessler
(C) S. C. Bradford
(D) S. R. Ranganathan

Million Book Project was initiated by:
(A) Pittsburg University
(B) Carnegie Mellon University
(C) MIT, USA
(D) Michigan University

The simple Dublin Core Metadata Element Set (DCMES) consists of
(A) 10 elements
(B) 15 elements
(C) 14 elements
(D) 18 elements

) Emerald full text Database is published from
(A) USA
(B) Germany
(C) France
(D) U.K.

Who propounded “Conservative, moderate and liberal theories of reference service” ?
(A) William A Katz
(B) S. R. Ranganathan
(C) James I. Wyer
(D) R. Emery

Who had given the Minimal, Middling and Maximum theories of reference service?
(A) C. M. Winchell
(B) S. R. Ranganathan
(C) James I Wyer
(D) Samuel Rothstein

The quotation “Where is the Wisdom, We Lost in Knowledge…” is by
(A) John Keats
(B) M. P. Carter
(C) T. S. Eliot
(D) Marshall McLuhan
) GSDL was developed at
(A) Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) libraries & Hewlett-Packard labs
(B) Katipo Communications Ltd, New Zealand
(C) University of Waikato, New Zealand.
(D) Wikimedia Foundation

DSpace was developed at
(A) Katipo Communications Ltd, New Zealand
(B) University of Waikato, New Zealand.
(C) Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) libraries & Hewlett-Packard labs
(D) Wikimedia Foundation

Reference and information service is most relevant to
(A) Referral Service
(B) SDI
(C) CAS
(D) Retrospective searching

First library act was enacted in Great Britain in
(A) 1847
(B) 1850
(C) 1867
(D) 1840

Third generation computer uses
(A) Microprocessor
(B) Transistors
(C) Integrated circuits
(D) Thermionic valves or vacuum tube or electronic valves

Fourth generation computer uses
(A) Microprocessor
(B) Thermionic valves or vacuum tube or electronic valves
(C) Transistors
(D) Integrated circuits

UNIMARC was developed by
(A) UNESCO
(B) IFLA
(C) FID
(D) Library of Congress

Universal Copyright conventions was in
(A) 1949
(B) 1952
(C) 1971
(D) 1931
ASK (Approach, Skill, Knowledge) principle is related to

Classification

 Management

ICT
IIA founded in U. S. A. In 1968 stands for

  • Integrated Industry Association
  • Information Industry Association
  • Integrated Illiteracy eradication Association
  • Institute of Information Association

Segmentation is associated with

(A)           Reference Service

                (B)          Market Survey Report

(C)          Digest Service

(D)          Indexing Service

In Cataloging the Square brackets [ ] are used

(A)           Information taken form outside

(B)          Detailed of printed/manufacture

(C)          Series Statements

(D)          Statements of accompanying material

Which section of AACR-II(R) deals with serial publication

(A)           part –A , Section – 3

(B)          part –B , Section – 3

(C)          part –A , Section – 12

(D)          part –B , Section – 12

Even though xerography is photocopying method, but it is called

(A)           Diazographic

                (B)          Thermographic

(C)          Electrofax

(D)          Electrostatic

CODEN is connected with

(A)           Books

                (B)          Serial

(C)          Reports

(D)          Gray literature

Roget’s international Thesaurus is a

(A)           Classified list of words

(B)          Book of Synonyms

(C)          List of Standard Terms

(D)          List of Scientific terms

WIPO is related to

(A)           UNESCO

(B)          UN

(C)          USA

(D)          IFLA

Information about scale and Projection can be found in

(a)           Encyclopedia

(b)           Hand book of Manual

(c)           Directories

(d)           Geographical Sources

Writing system was invented by:

(a)Ancient Egyptians

(b) French

(c)Greek

(d) Ancient Indians

QWERTY is a type of

(a)           Computer

(b)           Internet

(c)           Typewriter

(d)           Printer

Writing system was invented by:

(A)Ancient Egyptians

(B) French

                C)Greek

(D) Ancient Indians

Where was the modern printing invented.

Germany

The Printing was started in Europe

15th Century

A place where the manuscripts were kept is Called.

Scriptorium

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