Maharashtra State Eligibility Test (MH SET) December 2013 LIS Paper 2 (1-10)

1.APA style Manual is published by :
American Pharmaceutical Association
American Psychological Association
American Physiological Association
American Physical Association

2.Match the following and select the correct answer from the codes given below
(1) MARC Format---------- (a) UNISIST
(2) CCF------------ (b) LC
(3) UNIMARC--------- --(c) IFLA
(4) Reference Manual----- (d) UNESCO
(1)–(b), (2)–(d), (3)–(c), (4)–(a)
(1)–(c), (2)–(d), (3)–(a), (4)–(b)
(1)–(d), (2)–(c), (3)–(b), (4)–(a)
(1)–(c), (2)–(a), (3)–(b), (4)–(d)

3.Citation is important
to avoid plagiarism
to avoid censorship
to avoid copyright
to avoid IPR

4.Which principle is violated when the head of the acquisition section of a university library goes on a long vacation during the last days of the financial year ?
Subordination of individual interest to general interest
Unity of Command
Unity of Direction

5.What is not true about search engines ?
Search engines are retrieval tools
Search engines have their own index
Search engines have their own lexicon
Search engines have crawlers

6.Which budgeting system requires thorough re-evaluation ?
Line budget
Physical quantity budget

7.Which is the Elsevier database that offers access to the full text journals ?
Web of Science
Science Direct
INSPEC Database

8.In optical communications, multiplexing is referred to as

9.Identify the statement that is not true about ISDN
ISDN is not limited to transmission of voice only
ISDN is simply a point-to-point solution like a leased line
ISDN is purely digital transmission
ISDN can provide simultaneous voice, video and text transmission

10.Match the following and select the correct answer from the codes given below :
(1) Books in Print----------------- (a) List of Periodicals
(2) Ulrich International Periodical’s Directory-------------- (b) Trade biblio graphy
(3) The World of Learning----------------- (c) Biographical Sources
(4) India Who’s Who----------------- (d) Directory
(1)–(c), (2)–(d), (3)–(a), (4)–(b)
(1)–(b), (2)–(a), (3)–(d), (4)–(c)
(1)–(d), (2)–(c), (3)–(b), (4)–(a)
(1)–(b), (2)–(d), (3)–(a), (4)–(c)

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