Friday, May 22, 2015

Objective questions on International Standard Book Number (ISBN)


1.In January 2005,International Standard Book Number (ISBN) consists of
8 digits
10 digits
13 digits
15 digits

2.In January 2015, International Standard Book Number(ISBN) consists of
8 digits
10 digits
13 digits
15 digits

3.13 digit of International Standard Book Number(ISBN) divided into
2 parts
3 parts
4 parts
5 parts

4. Which is/are not the part of ISBN
1.Group identifier
2.Country identifier
3.Publisher identifier
4.Title identifier
5.Check digit
1 & 2 only
2 & 6 only
6 only
None of the above

5.In 1967, ISBN generated based upon Standard Book Numbering (SBN), Who created SBN?
Gordon Foster
David Whittaker
WH Smith
Emery Koltay

6.Who is called as "Father of the ISBN"
Gordon Foster
David Whittaker
WH Smith
Emery Koltay

7.The Ten digit ISBN format was developed by
World Scientific

8.A book published as ebook, paperback, Hard cover. How ISBN will be assigned?
All editions have same ISBN
All editions have different ISBN
[E-book],[PBK, HBK]
All the above

9.In India, ISBN issued by
National Library

10.Can a book have both ISBN & ISSN?


Anonymous said...

1 January 2007, ISBNs have contained 13 digits. Q1 and Q2 are wrong.

Prakash Sn said...

would You Please Clear the Concept of The Number 10 Question . I cant Understand ?

Thirunavukkarasu T C said...

see this link

Demudu Babu said...

10th Question answer is NO as my opinion. Because Book have ISBN Number and Journal have ISSN Number.

Sinjini Mukherjee said...

please publish a list of birth and death year of stalwarts of lis field

Anonymous said...

Can a Publication Have Both an ISSN and an ISBN?

Yes. This situation occurs most commonly with books in a series and with annuals or biennials. The ISBN identifies the individual book in a series or a specific year for an annual or biennial. The ISSN identifies the ongoing series, or the ongoing annual or biennial serial.

Deeparani Sj said...

This is very useful and please publish latest questions about library science for preparing coming copetetive test.

govind tare said...

Nice question & this Question Is understand