NTA NET Exam: Library and Information Science Paper 2 Mock Test - 12


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

  1. Who has initiated the project Gutenberg?
    1.  Machine readable data file
    2.  Graphic material
    3.  Three dimensional artifacts
    4.  Sound recordings

  2. According to whom "Management is the accomplishment of result through the efforts of the other people"
    1.  George R. Terry
    2.  Harold Koontz
    3.  Peter F. Drucker
    4.  Lawrence Appley

  3. Who assumed two basic assumptions about people and their approach of work - Theory X and Theory Y.
    1.  Douglas Mc Gregor
    2.  C. I .Bernard
    3.  Elton Mayo
    4.  Mary Parker

  4. Who has coined the term "Documentation"?
    1.  Mikhailov
    2.  S. R. Ranganathan
    3.  Calvin Moors
    4.  Paul Otlet

  5. The Farmington plan is associated with _______
    1.  Library Cataloguing
    2.  Library Indexing
    3.  Library Legislation
    4.  Library Cooperation

  6. Point odd one out
    1.  Cow-Calf principle
    2.  Principle of Osmosis
    3.  Wall picture principle
    4.  Whole organ principle

  7. "Fair use" is a term most relevant to ________.
    1.  Copyright
    2.  Intellectual Property Rights
    3.  Book borrowed for home reading
    4.  Use of reference Books

  8. Which one is not a network protocol?
    1.  HTTP
    2.  SMTP
    3.  TCP/IP
    4.  Z39.50

  9. "Universal Bibliographic Control" is a program of ________
    1.  UNESCO
    2.  IFLA
    3.  FID
    4.  ALA

  10. POP stands for _________?
    1.  Print Office Protocol
    2.  Post Object Protocol
    3.  Pre Office Protocol
    4.  Post Office Protocol



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