NTA NET Exam: Library and Information Science Paper 2 Mock Test - 31


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

  1. Hybrid library deals with?
    1.  Print Collection
    2.  Digital Collection
    3.  Both (A) and (B)
    4.  None of the above

  2. Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) is now looked after by??
    1.  UNESCO
    2.  CILIP
    3.  ALA 
    4.  OCLC

  3. Which type of books should be weeded in a library?
    1.  Superseded editions
    2.  Theasurus
    3.  Dictionary
    4.  Encyclopaedia

  4. The standard size of a catalogue card is?
    1.  10 cm X 4 cm
    2.  11 cm X 5 cm
    3.  12 cm X 7 cm
    4.  12.5 cm X 7.5 cm 

  5. The Library of Congress Classification system divides human knowledge into.
    1.  30 major classes
    2.  25 major classes
    3.  20 major classes
    4.  21 major classes

  6. The Delivery of Books (Public Libraries) Act, 1954 was not implemented in
    1.  Assam 
    2.  Jammu and Kashmir
    3.  Haryana
    4.  Delhi

  7. Who invented World Wide Web (WWW)?
    1.  Tim Berners-Lee
    2.  Vint Cerf
    3.  Charles Babbage
    4.  Steve Jobs

  8. According to General Financial Rules, 2005, loss of how many volumes per thousand volumes issued / consulted in a year is to be taken as reasonable.
    1.  3
    2.  4
    3.  6
    4.  5

  9. According to Ranganathan, many collections lose its relevance in how many years?
    1.  40 Years
    2.  30 years
    3.  20 years
    4.  50 years

  10. Annual withdrawals from the collection should average at least how many percent of the total collection?
    1.  15%
    2.  12%
    3.  10%
    4.  5%



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