UGC NET Important Questions Library and Information Science (Paper 2) - Part 7

This Quiz is posted with the sole aim of guiding the aspirants of UGC-NET Exam - Library and Information Science to the path of success. To sharpen the edges of your own intelligence and practice, in a structured and concrete manner to ensure you definite Success in your endeavor and will Pave your way for a successful career in Teaching (or) Research Profession . All the very best...... Knock the door of success......
  1.  DVD is a _______ storage device.
    1.  Fiber Optic
    2.  Magnetic
    3.  Optical
    4.  Metallic

  2. __________ helps in broadening or narrowing online search.
    1.  Logical Operators
    2.  Proximity Operators
    3.  Wild cards
    4.  Boolean Operators

  3. SWOC Stands for _______.
    1.  Strength Weakness Opportunities Challenges
    2.  Strength Work Culture Opportunities Challenges
    3.  Strength Work Culture Openness Challenges
    4.  Strength Weakness Opportunities Concentration

  4. "Organic Chemistry" is formed by ______
    1.  Loose Assemblage
    2.  Lamination
    3.  Fussion
    4.  Fission

  5. Which of the following is related to Current Awareness Service?
    1.  Web of Social Science
    2.  Web of Sciences
    3.  INSPEC
    4.  Current Contents

  6. Impact Factor was devised by ________
    1.  Peter Zuckerberg
    2.  Eugene Garfield
    3.  Martimer Taube
    4.  None of these above

  7. "SCOPUS" is a _______ database.
    1.  Citation
    2.  Full Text
    3.  Abstracting
    4.  Indexing

  8. "Chain Procedure" is used to derive______.
    1.  Book Index Reference Entry
    2.  Cross Reference Entry
    3.  Book Index Entry
    4.  Class Index Entry

  9. {E} cum {2P} in CC marks the end of_______.
    1.  Third Round
    2.  Second Round
    3.  First Round
    4.  Fourth Round

  10. Biography of Ravindra Nath Tagore is found in ______.
    1.  Dictionary of World Biography
    2.  Stateman's Yearbook
    3.  Who's Who India
    4.  McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of World Biography



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