NTA NET Exam: Library and Information Science Paper 2 Mock Test - 19


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Mock Test for NTA NET Exam: Library and Information Science.

  1. UGC-INFLIBNET Centre is situated at _________
    1.  Chennai
    2.  Ahmedabad
    3.  Gandhinagar
    4.  Delhi

  2. Which type of formation of subject is 'Biotechnology'?
    1.  Clustering
    2.  Lamination
    3.  Fission
    4.  Fusion

  3. Who was ILA President at the time of 'IFLA World Library Congress' at Delhi?
    1.  C.P.Vashishtha
    2.  P.B. Mangla
    3.  Krishan Kumar
    4.  P.N. Kaula

  4. Who is the editor of "Granthalaya Vigyan"?
    1.  D.V.Singh
    2.  Ramesh Gaur
    3.  Shabahat Husain
    4.  S.P.Sood

  5. In which year the book Five Laws of Library Science was published?
    1.  1934
    2.  1933
    3.  1928
    4.  1931

  6. Who designated Dr. Ranganathan as the "Father of Library Science in India"________
    1.  Mahatma Gandhi
    2.  Maurice Gwyer
    3.  S.Radhakrishnan
    4.  Jawaharlal Nehru

  7. Who was the teacher of Dr.Ranganathan in London?
    1.  W.C.B.Sayers
    2.  A.Pannizi
    3.  H.E.Bliss
    4.  J.D.Brown

  8. Who Coined the term "Information Retrieval"?
    1.  D.J.Foskett
    2.  Lancaster
    3.  Faradane
    4.  C.Mooers

  9. Section 52 of the Copyright Act,1957(India) deals with ______
    1.  Compulsory License for benefit of disabled
    2.  A Copyright Societies
    3.  Certain acts not to be infringement of copyright
    4.  Remedies

  10. United Nations has declared the decade 2003-2012 as ________.
    1.  Decade of Family Farming
    2.  Decade for the Eradication of Poverty
    3.  Decade for Good Education
    4.  Literary decade: Education for All



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