CBSE-NET (UGC) Library Science (Paper-II & Paper-III): Questions 195 - 199 of 830

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Question number: 195

» Methods of Research » Bibliometrics

Appeared in Year: 2013

MCQ▾

Question

Which of the bibliometric law describes the frequency of publications by author?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Bradford’s law

b.

Lotka’s law

c.

Zipf’s law

d.

Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague

Question number: 196

» Introduction to Library » Laws of Library Science

MCQ▾

Question

Who gave the sixth law of library science “Every reader his/her freedom”?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Lenart B jorneborn

b.

Michael Gorman

c.

Walt Crawford

d.

James R. Rettig

Question number: 197

» Introduction to Library » Library and Information Profession

MCQ▾

Question

Arrange the following chronologically according to their year of Birth:

(I) S. R. Ranganathan

(II) Melvil Dewey

(III) C. A. Cutter

(IV) B. S. Kesvan

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

(III), (II), (I), (IV)

b.

(II), (I), (IV), (III)

c.

(I), (III), (IV), (II)

d.

(IV), (I), (II), (III)

Question number: 198

» Introduction to Library » Library Networking

MCQ▾

Question

The first centre to use computer in the library and information activities in India is

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

INSDOC

b.

DRTC

c.

UGC

d.

DESIDOC

Question number: 199

» Intellectual Standards » MARC

Appeared in Year: 2013

Assertion-Reason▾

Assertion (Ꭺ)

MARC should never be used outside the context of the cataloguing rules.

Reason (Ꭱ)

MARC is simply a coding scheme for entering bibliographic information into computer records.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Both Ꭺ and Ꭱ are true but Ꭱ is NOT the correct explanation of Ꭺ

b.

Ꭺ is true but Ꭱ is false

c.

Both Ꭺ and Ꭱ are true and Ꭱ is the correct explanation of Ꭺ

d.

Ꭺ is false but Ꭱ is true

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