Friday, April 24, 2015

Quiz 5: Five Laws of Library Science - Basic Questions

LIS QUIZ SERIES

1.The Five Laws of Library Science were enunciated in
1926
1927
1928
1929

2.We know Five Laws of Library Science were enunciated by S.R.Ranganathan. At the time Where he worked?
as the Librarian of the University of Madras
as Professor in Banaras Hindu University
as Student at University College, London
as Director in DRTC

3.What is Fourth Law of Library Science?
Every book its reader
Every reader his/her book
The library is a growing organism
Save the time of the reader

4.What is Second Law of Library Science?
Save the time of the reader
Every reader his/her book
The library is a growing organism
Every book its reader

5.What is Fifth Law of Library Science?
Books are for use
The library is a growing organism
Save the time of the reader
Every book its reader

6.What is First Law of Library Science?
Every book its reader
The library is a growing organism
Books are for use
Every reader his/her book

7.What is Third Law of Library Science?
The library is a growing organism
Save the time of the reader
Every reader his/her book
Every book its reader

8.Books for All is the variant of
1st Law
2nd Law
3rd Law
5th Law

9.In which year the book Five Laws of Library Science published
1928
1929
1930
1931

10.Who is the publisher of the book Five Laws of Library Science
S.R.Ranganathan
Madras University
Madras Library Association
University of London

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