Objective Questions in Library And Information Science: For NET (UGC), SLET, SET, JRF And Other Competitive Tests is a guidebook for students who are preparing to write examinations such as NET, SLET and more, to become librarians and lecturers in the field of Library and Information Science.
Summary Of The Book
Objective Questions in Library And Information Science: For NET (UGC), SLET, SET, JRF And Other Competitive Tests is for those candidates in India who aim to become librarians in educational institutions. This book is a guide to help them prepare for the National Eligibility Test and State Level Eligibility Test, better known as NET and SLET examinations respectively. Once candidates pass these exams, they become eligible to be selected as well as appointed as assistant librarians in regional and national universities or as lecturers in library and information science departments.
Objective Questions in Library And Information Science: For NET (UGC), SLET, SET, JRF And Other Competitive Tests is in its fourth edition and has been revised from its previous publications. The guide includes objective questions in a pattern that is followed in the NET and SLET examinations. This helps aspirants gain practice and prepare for their tests. The book has been divided into ten sections, namely Information and Its Communication, Laws, Legislation, Education and Profession, Reference and Information Services, Reference and Information Sources, Information Knowledge Management, Computer and Information Technology, Library Management, Information Systems and Organisation, Research Methodology, and Library and Its Users Matching.
The framework is as prescribed by the University Grants Commision (UGC). There is also a Matching Type practice test at the end of the book. It consists of words that need to be matched with their meanings and abbreviations. The 336 pages are filled with information and questions that are ideal for aspirants who want to succeed in these examinations.
About The Authors
K. Kumar is a popular author of books in the field of library and information science.
He completed his M. Com., M. Lib. I. Sc., and Ph.D. in Library and Information Science from the University of Agra, which is now known as Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University. He was the first to graduate from his class in all his bachelor’s and master’s degrees. He finished his Ph.D in 2001 and is now known for his contribution in co-authoring a large number of books on library and information science. His books are popular amongst those who wish to follow this field of education.
C.Lal completed his M. Lib. I. Sc. from Jiwaji University in Gwalior.
After teaching library science for many years and working at the Research Library of the Mathematics Department of Agra College, Agra, for thirty-six years, he took retirement. The Research Library is famous throughout India for its research projects and teaching. Lal is now a renowned author for his books on library and information science.
Some of the books that K. Kumar and C. Lal have written together are Descriptive Questions in Library and Information Science: (For NET (UGC), SET SLET and Other Exams), Practical Cataloguing (Classified Cataloguing Code), UGC (NET) Examination Guide, Practical Cataloguing AACR-2, Understanding Basics of Library and Information Science Library Cataloguing Fourth Paper (Part-A: Theory) & (Part -B : Practice), Understanding Basics of Library and Information Science Library and Society (First Paper ) & Library Management (Second Paper), and Understanding Basics of Library and Information Science Library Classification Third Paper (Part-A : Theory) & (Part -B : Practice).
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