Introduction to Library (CBSE-NET (UGC) Library Science (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 66 - 72 of 74

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Question number: 66

» Introduction to Library » Library Association Organisation at International Level » IFLA

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U. B. C. is

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Under Bibliographic Control

b.

University Book Control

c.

Universal Book Centre

d.

Universal Bibliographic Control

Question number: 67

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U. B. C. is a program of-

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Choice (4) Response

a.

I L A

b.

L C

c.

F D I

d.

I F L A

Question number: 68

» Introduction to Library » Library and Information Profession

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These are engaged in activities such as translation, printing, publishing etc.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Information recorders

b.

Information generators

c.

Information processors

d.

Information gatherers

Question number: 69

» Introduction to Library » Library Association Organisation at International Level » UNESCO

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New Trends in Teaching of Different subject is publication of

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Choice (4) Response

a.

World Bank

b.

CSIR

c.

INSA

d.

UNESCO

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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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India cannot afford to neglect the aspects of manpower training because

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Of proliferation of library schools

b.

They are not crucial for the success of development

c.

Of in-sufficient provision of library schools

d.

They are crucial to the success of development

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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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Now a day’s much thought is given for

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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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