NTA NET Exam Library and Information Science Paper 2 Mock Test - 4


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  1. Who said ‘Where is the Information lost in Data, Knowledge lost in Information and Wisdom lost in Knowledge’.
    1.  T. S. Eliot
    2.  Claude Shannon
    3.  S. R. Ranganathan
    4.  Melville Dewey

  2. Experimental data generally refers to _______
    1.  Processed data
    2.  Data obtained through Scientific tests
    3.  Data obtained through social survey
    4.  Unprocessed data

  3. Today information is regarded as which of the following.
    1.  Commodity
    2.  Wealth
    3.  Product
    4.  All the above

  4. Language technology standardization has been achieved through?
    1.  BLASTA
    2.  WEBCODE
    3.  ISO
    4.  FASTA

  5. The Information Village is a programme of _______
    1.  Raja Rammohun Roy Library Foundation
    2.  Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan
    3.  Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Govt. of India
    4.  M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation

  6. Which of the following is a programme of INFLIBNET?
    1.  Vidyanidhi
    2.  Shodhganga
    3.  National Digital Library of India
    4.  b & c

  7. Lok Mitra Kenrda is an e-gvernance initiative in the state of.
    1.  West Bengal
    2.  Tamil Nadu
    3.  Himachal Pradesh
    4.  Madhya Prades

  8. Redundancy refers to?
    1.  Execution
    2.  Evaluation
    3.  Expansion
    4.  Repetitiveness

  9. Who had proposed 7 traditional Communication Theories?.
    1.  Shanon& Weaver
    2.  Rober T Craig
    3.  C.A. Cutter
    4.  S.R.Ranganathan

  10. How many major categories of communication models are there?.
    1.  3
    2.  4
    3.  6
    4.  8



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