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

This Quiz is posted with the sole aim of guiding the aspirants of UGC-NET /CSIR -NET Exam 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.  ___________ defined the functions of management as POSDCORB?
    1.  Hedry Fayol
    2.  F.W.Taylor
    3.  Luther Gullick
    4.  Louis Brandies

  2. Ther is no relationship between frequency of visit to library and Users educational status. what type of hypothesis is this??
    1.  Critical
    2.  Research
    3.  Alternative
    4.  Null 

  3. Which of the following is not a communication barrier?
    1.  Motivation
    2.  Information Overload
    3.  Noise
    4.  Language

  4. Head Quarters of IASLIC is located in ________
    1.  Mumbai
    2.  Chennai
    3.  New Delhi
    4.  Kolkotta

  5. Which of the following is meant for scholarly communication?
    1.  Times of India
    2.  Sports Weekly
    3.  Census of India
    4.  Annals of Library and Information Studies

  6. METS stands for ________
    1.  Machine Encoded Transmission System
    2.  Metadata Encoded Transmission Standard 
    3.  Metadata Encoded Textual Standard
    4.  Machine Encoded Text Standard

  7. Which of the following is not a public library?
    1.  Prison Library
    2.  State Central Library
    3.  City Central Library
    4.  Gram Panchayat Library

  8. ISO 2709 is a ________
    1.  Information Retrieval Standard
    2.  Data Representation Standard
    3.  Information Access
    4.  Bibliographic Standard

  9. Browne system is used in  ________ section of the library?
    1.  Acquisition
    2.  Technical Section
    3.  Circulation
    4.  Serial Control

  10. DRTC was established by Dr.S.R.Ranganathan in _________
    1.  1981
    2.  1972
    3.  1964
    4.  1962



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