UGC NET July 2016 Online Coaching Starting from May 3, 2016
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Sunday, May 1, 2016

Lesson Plan for Online Coaching CBSE UGC NET July 2016

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UGC NET-LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE-SYLLABUS

DATE

SYLLABUS

Unit I
(3rd May to 5th May)

Information,
Information Science,[Link]
Information Society,[Link]
Information as a Resource /Commodity,
Information Transfer Cycle (Generation, Collection, Storage, and Dissemination),
Role of Information (In Planning, Management, Socio-Economic Development, Technology Transfer),
Communication (Channel, Barriers),[Link]
Intellectual Property Rights (Concept, Copyright, Censorship,Print and Non Print Media),[Link]
Unit II
(6th May to 8th May)
Laws of Library Science,
Library Resource Sharing and Networking,
Library Movement,
Library Legislation in India,
Library Extension Services,
Library and Information Science Education in India,
Library and Information Profession,
Library Association in India, UK and USA,
ILA, IASLIC, IATLIS, SIS, LA, ASLIB, SLA, ALA,
Library Association Organization at International Level,
FID, IFLA, UNESCO
Unit III
(9th May to 13th May)
Sources of Information (Primary, Secondary and Tertiary. Documentary and Non Documentary),
Reference Sources
Encyclopaedias,
Dictionaries,
Geographical Sources,
Biographical sources,
Year Books / Almanacs,
Directories and Handbooks,
Statistical (Salient features and evaluation)},
Bibliographical Sources {Bibliographies, Union Catalogue, Indexing and Abstracting Journals (Salient features and Evaluations)},
E-documents (e-books, e-journals),
Databases {Bibliographic, Numeric and Full text (Evaluation)
Unit IV
(14th May to 16th May)
Reference and Information Services,
Referral Services,
Bibliographic Service,
Indexing and Abstracting Services,
CAS, SDI, Digest Service,
Trend Report,
Online Services,
Translation Services,
Reprographic Services
Unit V
(17th May to 20th May)
Organization of Knowledge / Information,
Modes of Formation of Subjects,
Library Classification (Cannon and Principles),
Library Classification Schemes (DDC, UDC, CC),
Library Cataloguing (Cannons and Principles),
Library Cataloguing Codes (CCC and AACR 2),
Bibliographic Records,
Intellectual Standards (ISBD, MARC and CCF),
Indexing (Pre and Post coordinate),
Vocabulary Control (Thesaurus and List of Subject Heading),
Databases (Search Strategies and Boolean Operators),
Knowledge Management
Unit VI
(21st May to 25th May)
Management (Principles, Functions and School of Thoughts),
Planning, Organization Structure, Decision Making,
System Study (Analysis, Evaluation and Design),
Collection Development (Books, Serials, non books Material),
Selection, Acquisition, Maintenance, ISBN,ISSN,
Cataloguing-in-Publication (CIP),
Human Resource Management,
Manpower Planning,
Job Analysis,
Job Description,
Selection, Recruitment, Motivation, Training and Development, Staff Manual,
Leadership and Performance Evaluation,
Delegation of Authority,
Financial Management,
Resource Generation,
Types of Budgeting, Cost and Cost Benefit Analysis,
PERT, CPM,
Library Building and Equipments,
Performance Evaluation of Libraries/Information Centers and Services,
Marketing Information Product and Services,
Total Quality Management (TQM)
Unit VII
(26th May to  30th May)
LINK ONE:

Information Technology,
Components of Information Technology,
Impact of IT on Society,
Computer Hardware,
Computer Software,
Storage Devices,

LINK TWO

Output / Input Devices,
Telecommunications,
Transmission Medias,
Switching Systems,
Bandwidth, Multiplexing, Modulation, Protocols,
Wireless Communications, Fax, Email, Tele conferencing / video conferencing,
Bulleting Board Service, Teletex, Videotex, Voice Mail,
Networking (Concept) Networking Topologies, Network Types (LAN, MAN, WAN),
Hypertext, Hypermedia, Multimedia,
Integrated Service Digital Network (ISDN),
Open Systems Interconnections (OSI)
Unit VIII
(31st May to 3rd June)
Library Automation,
Areas of Library Automation,
Planning Library Automation,
Hardware and Software Selection for Automation,
OPAC,
Networks, ERNET, NICNET, DELNET,JANET, BLAISE, OCLC, INFLIBNET,
Internet, Components of Internet,
Internet Services (Browsing, Web Browsers, Search Engines,
Meta Data Digital Object Identifier (DOI),
National and International Information Systems,
NISSAT, NASSDOC, INSDOC, DESIDOC, INIS, AGRIS, MEDLARS, INSPEC.
Unit IX
(4th June  to 7th June)
Types of Research (Basic, Applied, Interdisciplinary),
Research Design,
Scientific Method, Hypothesis,
Data Collection,
Sampling,
Methods of Research (Historical, Descriptive, Case Study, Survey, Comparative and Experimental),
Statistical Methods,
Data Analysis,
Report Writing,
Research Methods in Library and Information Science and Services,
Bibliometrics
Unit X
(8th June to 10th June)
Types of Libraries {National, Public, Academic, and Special (Objectives, structures and functions),
Digital Libraries (Concept),
Virtual Libraries (Concept),
Types of Users, User Studies, User Education,
Role of UGC in the Growth and Development of libraries and information centers in institutes of Higher Education in India,
Raja Rammohan Roy Library Foundation (RRRLF)

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test February 2013 Paper 1 (41-50)

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LISQUIZ MHSET SERIES
1. Sum of the first 7 even number is
42
56
72
90

2. Find the binary equivalent of 27
11011
10111
10011
11101

3. .doc is a :
Word file
Picture file
Deleted file
Driver file

4.In computer terminology which one of the following is the largest in terms of data capacity ?
KB
TB
MB
GB

5. Skype is usually used for :
social networking
interpersonal communication
virtual classroom
actual classroom

6. Statistical tables can be generally generated on :
Microsoft Word
Excel
PowerPoint
Paint Brush

7.Identify the incorrect form of addressing any dignitory :
Cabinet Minister—Honourable
Mayor—Honorable
Governor—Your Excellency
Judge—Your Excellency

8.A speech generally includes the following parts :
(i) Introduction
(ii) Statement of the central idea
(iii) The main body
(iv) Conclusion
Only (i) and (iii) are correct
Only (i), (iii) and (iv) are correct
Only (ii) is correct
All the four are correct

9. Reduction in earth’s ozone layer leads to :
Increase in smog concentration
Increase in sea levels
Increase in UV radiation on the earth’s surface
Reduction in oxygen level on the earth’s surface

10.The following are alternate sources of energy :
(i) Solar
(ii) Nuclear
(iii) Wind
(iv) Sea waves

Only (i) and (iii) are correct
Only (i), (ii) and (iv) are correct
Only (i), (iii) and (iv) are correct
Only (ii), (iii) and (iv) are correct

Saturday, April 30, 2016

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test February 2013 Paper 1 (31-40)

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LISQUIZ MHSET SERIES
1. In this question, a statement is followed by two assumptions, I and II.
Decide which of the assumption/s is/are implicit in the given statement. Indicate your answer by choosing one of the alternatives :
Statement :
Children are influenced more by their teachers.
Assumptions :
I : A large amount of time is spent at school by the children.
II : Children consider their teachers as role models
Alternatives :

if assumption I only is implicit.
if assumption II only is implicit.
if both I and II are implicit.
if neither I nor II is implicit.

2. In this question, two statements numbered 1 and 2 are followed by two conclusions P and Q. You have to take the two statements to be true and then decide which of the two conclusion/s necessarily follow/s from the two given statements. Indicate your answer by using the appropriate alternative :
Statements :
(1) All guilty men are prisoners.
(2) No prisoners are educated.
Conclusions :
(P) Some educated persons are prisoners.
(Q) Some educated persons are guilty.
Alternatives :

if only conclusion P follows.
if only conclusion Q follows.
if both conclusions P and Q follow.
if neither conclusion P nor Q follows.

3.Replace the question mark (?) by an appropriate alternative : Yard : ? :: Quart : Litre
Metre
Pint
Pound
Foot

4. Find the odd man out :
Zinc
Iron
Iodine
Mercury

5. In a junior college with 500 students, 250 students study Mathematics and 200 students study Biology. One hundred students study neither Mathematics nor Biology. How many students study both Mathematics and Biology ?
50
100
150
250

6. Select the same relationship from the given four alternatives as given in the original pair. Square : Cube
Triangle : Prism
Circle : Sphere
Sphere : Earth
Line : Cylinder

Yearly income of three men and two women is given in the following table. Read the table and answer questions 7 to 9 :
7.Who has the average income of Rs. 1,40,000 for all the four years ?
Mohan alone
Mohan and Hariprasad both
Laxman and Km. Radha both
Km. Radha alone

8. How high is the total average income for four years of men compared to that of women (in thousand rupees) ?
213.334
350.044
432.054
544.082

9. What is, in round figures, the ratio between the total income of men and that of women for all years ?
14 : 15
15 : 16
23 : 21
16 : 14

The following table shows the percent change in monthly value of inventory at six businesses from April to June (for Q. Nos. 10 to 12) :
10.If the value of inventory at Business Q was Rs. 30 lakh for April, what was its value for June ?
Rs. 22.500 lakh
Rs. 29.925 lakh
Rs. 30.000 lakh
Rs. 33.000 lakh

11. Which of the six businesses had the greatest percent change in value of inventory from April to June ?
P
R
T
P, R and T

12. The value of inventory for May as percentage of the value of inventory for June is maximum for Business :
Q
S
T
U

Maharashtra State Eligibility Test February 2013 Paper 1 (21-30)

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LISQUIZ MHSET SERIES
1. Which of the following are examples of non-verbal communication ?
(i) Grunt
(ii) Emoticon
(iii) Letter
(iv) Sigh

only (i) and (ii) are correct
only (ii) and (iv) are correct
only (ii), (iii) and (iv) are correct
only (i), (ii) and (iv) are correct

2. On the criteria of interactivity and dynamism of communication which of the following is the best situation for teaching ?
Face-to-face classroom teaching
Video lecture with talk back
A simulated virtual classroom
Distance education

3. Which year marked the arrival of private satellite television channels in India ?
1982
1985
1991
1995

4. In the context of Indian media identify the correct alternative : Newspaper : IRS :: TV : ?
TRP
TPR
TVN
TAE

5. Replace the question mark (?) by an appropriate alternative in the following series :
32 33 37 46 62 ?

85
87
94
99

6. Replace the question mark (?) by an appropriate alternative in the following letter series :
AZ DW GT JQ ?

LD
MN
MO
NM

7. In a certain code language, PUNE is written as SXQH. How would you write DELHI in this language ?
FGNJL
FGNJK
GHOKM
GHOKL

8. Find the odd man out :
6
18
24
36

9.Find the wrong term in the following series :
68 66 62 59 56 53

59
62
66
68

10. P is the brother of Q; Q is the son of R; S is R’s father. What is P of S ?
Son
Brother
Grandson
Grandfather

Friday, April 29, 2016

Study Material for Library and Information Science

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National Institute of Open Schooling offers Library and Information Science Course.
And their study material is beautifully designed and very useful .
It covers nearly five units in the syllabus of UGC NET
And materials are available in Both English and Hindi Medium.
Visit the following url and make useful of it.
http://www.nios.ac.in/online-course-material/sr-secondary-courses/library-and-information-science.aspx