Library Science MCQs: Knowledge & Disaster Management (Quiz-4)

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LIS MCQs about Library Knowledge and Disaster Management

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151. What is meant by the canon of Re-call value?
A. To select headings for cataloging
B. To assign such headings to which users are likely to look for
C. To select headings for subject indexing
D. All of these
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152. Law of Parsimony emphasizes what?
A. Economy
B. Saving time
C. Expenses
D. Overall economy
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153. Which principle suggests that new additions must be classified and cataloged according to new systems?
A. Law of symmetry
B. Law of parsimony
C. Law of interpretation
D. Principle of osmosis
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154. What is called the process by which the bibliographical details of documents are recorded m a catalog?
A. Cataloguing
B. Classification
C. Bibliography
D. Recording
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155. What is meant by the term Cataloguing?
A. To make the catalog
B. To prepare the catalog
C. To prepare entries for the catalog
D. None of these
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156. The Cataloguing is done on the basis of?
A. Principle
B. Canons
C. Theories
D. Cataloguing Codes
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157. What are the conventional physical forms of the catalog?
A. Register form and Book form
B. Sheaf or Loose leaf form
C. Card form
D. All of these
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158. What is also called to physical forms of the catalog?
A. Outer forms
B. Inner forms
C. Printed forms
D. None of these
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159. For which type of physical forms of the catalog, their supplement issues may be provided?
A. Register form
B. Book form
C. Sheaf form
D. Card form
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160. What are the various types of nonconventional physical forms?
A. Visible index form
B. Microform
C. Machine-readable form
D. All of these
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161. Which one is the most popular physical form of the catalog?
A. Sheaf form
B. Register form
C. Book form
D. Card form
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162. What is the standard size of the card used in card form?
A. 7 x 12 cms
B. 7.5 x 12.5 cms
C. 5 x 7 cms
D. 4 x 6 cms
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163. The Unit Card System is associated with which of the physical form?
A. Sheaf form
B. Card form
C. Book form
D. Machine-readable form
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164. The card form catalog was started first in which country?
C. France
D. Pakistan
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165. The various types of catalogs are also known as?
A. Physical forms of catalog
B. Outer forms of catalog
C. Inner forms of catalog
D. All forms of the catalog
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166. What do the inner forms of a library catalog refer to?
A. Arrangement of catalog entries in a sequence
B. Arrangement of catalog entries m a logical and systematic order
C. Arrangement of catalog entries in an alphabetical order
D. Arrangement of catalog entries in a classified order
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167. What are the various types of the inner forms of the catalog?
A. Dictionary
B. Classified
C. Alphabetico-classed
D. All of these
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168. What is called the catalog in which entries relating to the authors, titles, subjects, etc of the books are arranged alphabetically?
A. Name catalog
B. Dictionary catalog
C. Mixed catalog
D. Alphabetical catalog
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169. What are various types of dictionary catalogs?
A. Author catalog
B. Title and by specific subject
C. Name of the person
D. All of these
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170. What is called that catalog which displays entries by the class number?
A. Class number catalog
B. Class catalog
C. Dictionary catalog
D. Classified catalog
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171. In which sequence, the entries are arranged in the classified catalogue?
A. By class number
B. By specific subject
C. By Subject
D. By accession number
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172. What are the names of two parts of the classified catalog?
A. Alphabetical and nonalphabetical
B. Classified and alphabetical
C. Classified and dictionary
D. Classified part and alphabetical index
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173. What is called the catalog, which is a variation and extension of an author catalog?
A. Catalogue
B. Alphabetical catalog
C. Classified catalog
D. Name catalog
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174. What is meant by an alphabetical-classed catalog?
A. Which combines classified and dictionary catalogs both
B. Which combines principles of alphabetical arrangement and classified structure
C. In which the entries are arranged alphabetically by class number
D. None of these
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175. The alphabetical part of the classified catalog consists of?
A. Main entry only
B. Cross-reference entries
C. All added and word entries
D. Reference entries
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176. What is the full form of CIP?
A. Cataloguing in Publication
B. Cataloguing, Indexing, and Promotion
C. Classification in Publication
D. Cataloguing in the Past
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177. Ranganathan proposed which name for the cataloging of the books before their sending to the libraries.
A. Past cataloging
B. Prenatal cataloging
C. Cataloguing in source
D. Cataloguing in publication
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178. Which term was first used by Ranganathan for cataloging?
A. Cataloguing in publication
B. Cooperative cataloging
C. Cataloguing in source
D. Pre-natal cataloging
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179. The cataloging in Publication (CIP) program was introduced by whom?
A. Library of Congress
B. British Museum
C. Imperial Library
D. None of these
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180. What is the meaning of Pre-natal cataloging?
A. Selective Cataloguing
B. Descriptive cataloging
C. Comparative cataloging
D. Cataloguing in Source
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181. Who started Shared Cataloguing?
A. Library of Congress
B. British Museum
C. Imperial Library
D. None of these
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182. NPAC is a program under:
A. Network system
B. Interlibrary loan
C. Cooperative cataloging
D. None of these
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183. What is called the catalog which represents the collection of a number of libraries?
A. Catalogue
B. Union Catalog
C. Divided catalog
D. None of these
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184. What is called the set of principles and rules which are followed in preparing the entries of the documents?
A. Catalogue
B. Cataloguing Code
C. Cataloguing rules
D. Cataloguing system
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185. Who is related to British Museum Code?
A. A Panizzi
B. C.A. Cutter
C. W.C.B. Sayers
D. M. Dewey
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186. In which year, the first edition of CCC was published?
A. 1931
B. 1933
C. 1934
D. 1936
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187. According to which code, each individualizing element is enclosed by circular brackets?
A. ALA Code
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188. Where tracing is rendered according to CCC on the main entry card?
A. In the bottom
B. In the middle
C. On the back
D. On the front
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189. Who was George Boole?
A. Information scientist
B. Library Science Scholar
C. Mathematician
D. Scientist
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190. What was called by George Boole to subject interest terms contained in the user’s database?
A. Statement
B. Mathematical expression
C. Calculator
D. Linear expression
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191. In which year AACR was formulated?
A. 1900
B. 1908
C. 1967
D. 1957
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192. What is Boolean searching?
A. It is used on computerized databases
B. It is based on Post coordinate indexing
C. Combines search statements using AND, OR, and NOT
D. All the above
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193. What is used in Boolean searching?
A. Boolean logic
B. Logic
C. Boolean operator
D. operator
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194. Who introduced Boolean logic and Boolean operators?
A. George Boole
B. Boolean George
C. Boolean Bowl
D. M.T. Boolean
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195. In which year the revision of the AACR-I code was started?
A. In 1970
B. In 1974
C. In 1975
D. In 1976
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196. In which year ACCR-II code come out?
A. 1980
B. 1978
C. 1989
D. 1990
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197. In which year did the revised edition of AACR-II come out by the name AACR-IIR?
A. 1978
B. 1979
C. 1984
D. 1988
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198. How many levels of descriptions does AACR-II provide?
A. One
B. Two
C. Three
D. Four
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199. The heading of the main entry in AACR-II, for Conference Proceedings edited by an individual, is prepared which of the following?
A. Name of the editor
B. Place of conference
C. Title of the volume
D. Name of the conference
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200. The size of the book in the Physical Description Area is preceded by what of the following by AA CR-II code?
A. Colon
B. Semi-colon
C. Full stop
D. Comma
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