Library Science MCQs: Information Processing & Retrieval Techniques – Quiz-6

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251. CCC puts societies, academic religious bodies under
A. Subordinate bodies
B. Institutions
C. Agencies
D. Nongovernmental bodies
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252. The first edition of AACR was revised in the year
A. 1967
B. 1978
C. 1908
D. 1979
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253. In most of the cases the main entry in the AACR-2 is
A. Series entry
B. Collaborator entry
C. Author entry
D. Analytical entry
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254. The process of selection, representation, storage, organization and accessing information is known as
A. Data retrieval
B. Fact retrieval
C. Reference retrieval
D. Information Retrieval
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255. In AACR-2 when a book is entered under title, the title information begins from first indention and continues from second indention and this type of transcribing is known as
A. Gap indention
B. Hanging indention
C. False indention
D. Imaginary indention
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256. According to AACR-2, the collection in the main entry includes
A. Statement of responsible
B. Edition statement
C. Specific detail of the material
D. No. of pages, illustrative matter, and size
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257. AACR-2 edition-2 has two parts viz
A. Alphabetical, classified
B. Rule part, partial part
C. Description and rules for headings, uniform titles, and references
D. Rules part, description part
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258. According to AACR-2 in the trading section of the main entry first we record
A. Title entry
B. Author entry
C. Series entry
D. Subject entry
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259. In the edition statement according to AACR-2 editions are to be written in
A. Roman alphabets
B. Words
C. Figures
D. Indo-Arabic numerals
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260. In AACR-2 when relevant information is taken from outside the main source it is written in
A. Italics
B. Bold letters
C. Square bracket
D. Parenthesis
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261. According to AACR-2 in case there are four authors and none of them is attributed principal responsibility the main-entry is to be prepared under
A. First author
B. Title
C. Series
D. Collaborator
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262. A person who collects information from various sources and puts them in the form of books is known as
A. Collaborator
B. Compiler
C. Editor
D. Author
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263. In determining the subject headings the principles involved are common usage, uniformity in headings, specific entry and
A. Specific references
B. Cross-references
C. Scatter references
D. Special references
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264. UNO, UNIDO, FAO, WHO, and UNSECO, are examples of
A. Committees
B. Commissions
C. Institutions
D. Government bodies
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265. In AARC-2 the series in the main entry is after
A. Material details
B. Physical description
C. Publication distribution
D. Edition
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266. In AARC-2 the individual titles of different volumes are to record in the notes areas as
A. Points
B. Notes
C. Contents
D. Volume Nos
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267. In AARC-2 the entry element for government is:
A. Name of the head
B. Name of the head of the department
C. Geographical name of the country
D. Name of the designation of the head
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268. According to AACR – 2 in the case of sacred scriptures the heading part of the main entry is
A. Subtitle
B. Uniform title
C. Collective title
D. Parallel title
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269. According to AARC-2 if all the works of one person appear under his pseudonym the entry element should be under
A. Real name
B. Pseudonym
C. Both real and pseudonym
D. Title
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270. According to AACR-2 special public categories are entered under
A. Name of the sponsor
B. Title
C. Name of the editor
D. Name of the publisher
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271. In AACR-2 in the case of the book having two series they are recorded in
A. One bracket
B. Special circular bracket
C. Separate bracket
D. One sequence bracket
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272. In AACR-2 in the case of commissions and committees, the name of the chairman is written in which area
A. Physical description
C. Notes
D. Heading
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273. The classified part of CCC consists of the main entry and
A. Cross-reference entry
B. Cross reference index entry
C. Class index entry
D. Book index entry
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274. In the main entrance of CCC, the leading section is made up of
A. Class number
B. Call number
C. Title
D. Accession number
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275. In CCC cross-reference is also called as
A. Subject analytical
B. Action analytical
C. Title analytical
D. Class index
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276. In CCC the class index entry is divided from
A. Call number
B. Class number
C. Book number
D. Collection number
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277. In CCC, tracing is done on which part of the main card
A. Front side
B. Backside
C. Right portion of the front side
D. Lower portion of the front side
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278. In CCC, tracing gives information about
A. Class index entries
B. Additional entries of the document
C. Word entries only
D. Number entries only
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279. In AACR-2, the classics are entered under
A. Name of the publisher
B. Name of the author
C. Name of the series
D. Title
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280. According to CCC rendering the name of the author A. Neelameghan shall be
A. Neelameghan (A)
C. Neelameghan, A
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281. According to CCC if the title page contains the name of the author the heading section should contain
A. Name of the first author
B. Name of the second author
C. Both the names
D. Both the names with the conjunction and connecting them
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282. According to ·CCC in the case of three or more three authors, the heading section contains
A. Name of the first author
B. Name of all the author
C. Name of the first mentioned
D. Name of the first mentioned author with the words and other
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283. According to ·CCC in the case of three or more three authors, the heading section contains
A. Series information
B. Name of the collaborator
C. Name of the publisher
D. Tile information
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284. The source facet was compiled by
A. S.C. Vickery
B. J.L. Ferrante
C. Mortimer Taub
D. J. Aitchison
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285. To derive the subject heading BNB use
C. Kwic
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286. The editor of “Indexing Systems, Concepts, and Methods” is
A. T.N. Rajan
B. A.K. Dasgupta
C. B. Guha
D. S.B. Gosh
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287. ‘Unitenn’ Indexing was formulated by
A. D. Austin
B. B.C. Vickery
C. M. Taub
D. F.W. Lancaster
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288. The person who popularised citation Indexing is
A. Shepard
B. Garfield
C. Luhn
D. Coats
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289. In pre-coordinate indexing, coordination is done by the
A. Indexer at the time of Indexing
B. User at the time of Searching
C. User at the time of Retrieval
D. Indexer at the time of Searching
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290. Which of the following is not coordinate indexing
A. Classified Index
B. Dictionary Catalogue
C. Uniterm
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291. To drive class index entries from class numbers is known as
A. Uniterm Indexing
B. Citation Indexing
C. Coordinate Indexing
D. Chain indexing
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292. In chain procedure, the link which ends with a connecting symbol is known as
A. Sought links
B. False Links
C. Missing Links
D. Unsought Links
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293. Phase, Intra-facet, and Intra array relations are considered as
A. Unsought Links
B. Sought Links
C. False Links
D. Missing Links
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294. PRECIS is an
A. Abstracting System
B. Indexing System
C. Thesaurus
D. Classification System
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295. POPSI was formulated by
A. A. Neelamaghan
B. M.A. Gopinath
C. S.R. Ranganathan
D. G. Bhattacharya
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296. PRECIS was designed by
A. P. Atherton
B. B.C. Vickery
C. D.J. Foskett
D. D. Austin
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297. POPSI stands for
A. Pre-Operated Subject Index
B. Postulate Based Permuted Subject Index
C. Permuted Postulate Based Subject Index
D. Postulate Permuted Subject Index
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298. PRECIS stands for
A. Pre-Coordinate Indexing System
B. Post-Coordinate Indexing System
C. Post Content Indexing System.
D. Preserved Content Indexing System
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299. Role indicators are found in
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300. In PRECIS, role operator ‘O’ and ‘2’ stand for
A. Format and Action
B. Location and Action
C. View Point and Form
D. Form and Action
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