CBSE-NET (UGC) Library Science (Paper-II & Paper-III): Questions 759 - 764 of 830

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To survive, thrive and beat the competition in today’s brutally competitive world, one has to manage the future. Managing the future means managing the information. In order to manage the information, in order to deliver high quality information to the decision makers at the right time, in order to automate the process of data collection, collation and refinement, organizations have to make Information Technology (IT) and ally, harness its full potential and use it in the best way possible.

We have seen that in today’s competitive business environment, the key resource of every organization is information. If the organization does not have an efficient and effective mechanism that enables it to give the decision-makers the right information at the right time, then the chances of that organization succeeding in the next millennium are very remote.

The three fundamental characteristics of information are accuracy, relevancy and timeliness. The information has to be accurate, it must be relevant for the decision-maker and it must be available to the decision-maker when he needs it. Any organization that has the mechanism to collect, collate, analyse and present high quality information to its employees, ’thus enabling them to make better decisions, will always be one step ahead of the competition. Today, the time available for an organization to react to the changing market trends is very short. To survive, the organization must always be on its toes, gathering and analysing the data-both internal and external. Any mechanism that will automate this information gathering and analysis process will enhance the chances of the organization to beat the competition.

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» Information Science » Information as Resource

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Which is the most appropriate tool to make better use of information?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Well qualified and experienced information professional

b.

Experts in domain knowledge

c.

Depth classification and indexing

d.

Information technology

Question number: 760

» Information Technology » Impact of IT on Society

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The term ‘Cyberspace’ was first used by

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

John Postal

b.

William Gibson

c.

Joe Flower

d.

Andrew Pollock

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To meet the challenge of change, much thought is currently being given to information studies, curricula and the requirement of a more broad-based education for the information scientist of the present. A developing country like India cannot afford to neglect these aspects of manpower training which is crucial to the success of development efforts. In the context of proliferation of literature, the information professional can hardly keep track of the information requirements of his clientele, unless he is well versed in modern information handling methods. Manpower for our libraries and information centres is presently drawn from library schools run by the universities and two specialised information science programmes offered by the DRTC and NISCAIR. Certain studies have revealed that “professionals trained by special institutes are far better in the information fields than theircolleagues, the products of the University Departments. ” It is pertinent at this point to design and formulate curricula in respect of the various levels of training to be imparted. Any consideration of the system of training to be meted out has to be at par with the present set up, function and purpose of the existing information centres.

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» Introduction to Library » Library and Information Profession

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Question

Specialized information science education institutes produce better professionals as

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Library schools fail to produce good professionals

b.

They have better curricula and infrastructure

c.

They do not have good curricula

d.

Library schools are unable to meet the demands of the society

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» Introduction to Library » Library and Information Profession

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LIS education is now pertinent to

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Have status quo in curricula

b.

Follows existing curricula

c.

Design curricula

d.

Reduce the curricula

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» Introduction to Library » Library and Information Profession

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Training for librarianship must be at par

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Choice (4) Response

a.

With the previous set up

b.

With the old set up

c.

With the future set up

d.

With the present set up

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» Introduction to Library » Library and Information Profession

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Now a day’s much thought is given for

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Broad based education

b.

Information scientists

c.

Curriculum requirements

d.

All a. , b. and c. are correct

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