UGC-JRF/NET LIBRARY & INFORMATION SCIENCE Questions 2015 - Quiz-XXXVII



  1. Indian National Advisory Board for Libraries was setup in 1966 by _______
    1.  Planning Commission
    2.  University Grants Commission
    3.  Ministry of Education
    4.  Association of Indian Universities

  2. The process of establishing headings and providing 'Cross References' is called ______
    1.  Bibliographic Records
    2.  Headings
    3.  Access Points
    4.  Authority Control

  3. Which set of rules is applicable for exchange of files over Internet?
    1.  HTTP
    2.  FTP/IP
    3.  HTML
    4.  HYBERLINK

  4. How we do render the name 'Bernardo Augustine De Voto'?
    1.  Voto, Bernardo, De Augustine
    2.  De Voto, Augustine, Bernardo
    3.  Voto, Bernardo Augustine De
    4.  De Voto, Bernardo Augustine

  5. Which law of Library Science, restated with emphasis on information as a dynamic, continuum and never ending phenomenon?
    1.  Second Law
    2.  First Law
    3.  Forth Law
    4.  Fifth Law

  6. Andrew Carnegie donated two million pounds for developed of ________
    1.  Library Collection
    2.  Library Building
    3.  Library Furniture
    4.  Library Staff

  7. Whose model of communication of knowledge suggests that communication as an open system may be regarded as subjective, selective, variable and yet unpredictable?
    1.  Shanon and Weaver
    2.  Juger Hebermans
    3.  G.Gerbner
    4.  All the above

  8. Which committee/commission recommended that Imperial Library be designed as Copyright  Library?
    1.  Sadler Committee, 1916
    2.  Faysee Commission, 1939
    3.  Rav Commission, 1917
    4.  Riche Committee, 1926

  9. What are the FOUR entities of FRBR model?
    1.  Books, Form, Availability, Type
    2.  Discipline, Entity, Action, Personality
    3.  Work, Expression, Manifestation, Item
    4.  Personality Matter, Energy, Space

  10. Who said that information is both a product and process? 
    1.  S.C.Bradford
    2.  D.J.Foskett
    3.  S.R.Ranganathan
    4.  J.Martin



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