10 Pillars of Library and Information Science

Pillar 6: Classification, Cataloguing & Indexing (Objective Questions for UGC-NET, SLET, M.Phil./Ph.D. Entrance, KVS, NVS and Other Competitive Examinations)

By Narendra Dodiya

Library Science consists of implementing scientific techniques for the management of a library, while Information Science is the discipline that investigates the properties and behavior of information, the forces governing the flow of information, and the means of processing information for optimum accessibility and usability. The ten books presented here in 10 Pillars of Library and Information Science are designed in accordance with the needs of knowledge seekers of LIS, especially those preparing for competitive examinations. Based on research conducted in India, these books cover all areas of LIS, while keeping in view the syllabi of various competitive examinations. Along with multiple choice questions (MCQs), the books contain solved question papers of almost all national and state level examinations held around the country of India in preceding years. *** Pillar 6: Classification, Cataloguing and Indexing - Classification and cataloguing are the cynosure of the field of library and information science. In Pillar 6, initial modes of formation of subject-based MCQs are given, along with Indian and international classifications schemes. As well, the book provides MCQs on library cataloguing, cataloguing rules, bibliographic records, indexing methods, and international/national level databases. [Subject: Library and Information Science]

Publication Date: 8/10/2015
Format: Paper
ISBN: 9788170007654

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