Monday, May 29, 2017

Objective Questions in Information Management - 2


LIS QUIZ SERIES Questions are taken from the book "Objective Studies in Library and Information Science For Net Set and Other Examinations" by Mandal Biswarup Jana Pijush Kanti (ISBN-817888044X )
1.British Library Automated Information Service (BLAISE) is useful in the field of
Engineering
Technology
Biomedicine
Social Science

2.The concept of'Anamolous state of knowledge' was proposed by
Belkin
S R Ranganathan
Vickery
Lancaster

3.Growth of information beyond manageable limit is known as
Information growth
Information dynamic
Exponential growth
Information Explosion

4.Which of the following is not the features of an Information Retrieval System
Relevance
Precision
Preception
Recall

5.Redundancy of information is
Unnecessary and should be eliminated
Unnecessary but cannot be avoided
Necessary and sometime useful
Necessary and always desirable

6."Reference Service" in India started by
WA Borden
S R Ranganathan
BS Kesavan
A D Dickinson

7.Main difference between CAS & SDI is occur from the point of
Subject
Time
Users
Institution

8."Search strategy is the looking mirror in the dark" - said by
Ranganathan
Helen Borwnson
Neelameghan
Katz

9.The library want to advertise there new arrivals by display or by notifying is called
SDI
Short Display
CAS
None of the above

10.SDI is one kind of
Personalised CAS
Referral service
Data Collection technique
Database

7 Comments:

  1. Prabhu.K

    Reference Service in India started by S.R.Ranganathan at Madras University.

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  2. Yes you are right

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  3. Reference service first started in india Ranganathan

    pls replay

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  4. Reference Service in India started by S.R.Ranganathan at Madras University.
    pls change the answer or explain

    thx


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  5. Q.2 Ans.A is sure I think D is correct...

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  6. Reference Service in India started by S.R.Ranganathan at Madras University.

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