Library Science MCQs: Knowledge & Disaster Management (Quiz-8)

LIS MCQs for knowledge and disaster management. Here you will find the Library Science MCQs about Knowledge & Disaster Management Quiz-8. If you are a student of Library and Information Management Sciences (LIMS) then you must understand knowledge management. Disaster Management is also very useful in case of some disaster happens in the Library. So, MCQs about Library Knowledge and Disaster Management are very beneficial in the field of Library Science.

In these MCQs, Library Knowledge and Disaster Management are discussed in question and answer (MCQs) format.

LIS MCQs about Library Knowledge and Disaster Management

Find below the MCQs of Library Science about Library Knowledge and Disaster Management:

351. Biological damages are types of disasters:
A. Man-made-disasters
B. Natural disasters
C. Technical disasters
D. None of them
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352. Theft and vandalism are a type of disaster:
A. Man-made-disasters
B. Natural disasters
C. Technical disasters
D. None of them
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353. Power failure is a type of:
A. Man-made-disasters
B. Natural disasters
C. Technical disasters
D. None of them
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354. Bom explosion in the library is a type of:
A. Man-made-disasters
B. Natural disasters
C. Technical disasters
D. None of them
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355. Which are the most common forms of disaster in libraries?
A. Earthquakes & Floods
B. Computer system failure & floods
C. Theft and vandalism
D. Fire and water
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356. In the case of a fire in the library what immediate measures should be made automatically?
A. Concerned authorities
B. Save the readers
C. Arranging appropriate fire extinguishers
D. Fire and water
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357. The Government of Pakistan has established institutions for disaster management at the national level:
A. NDMA
B. NDA
C. NDC
D. PMDC
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358. The National Disaster Management Commission (NDMe) has been established under the ordinance:
A. National Disaster Management Ordinance, 2005
B. National Disaster Management Ordinance, 2006
C. National Disaster Authority Ordinance, 2005
D. National Disaster Authority Ordinance, 2006
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359. Refers to activities that are undertaken to reduce vulnerabilities and increase the capacities of the community:
A. Disaster
B. Disaster risk
C. Disaster risk management
D. Hazard
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360. The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) was set up in:
A. February, 2005
B. March, 2006
C. February, 2008
D. March, 2007
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361. INFORMATIONKNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT DISASTER MANAGEMENT
A. War, 1947
B. Earthquake, 2005
C. Fire, 1969
D. Ice storm, 2001
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362. In which disaster the Central Library and Kashmir Information Resource Center were damaged but not destroyed:
A. War
B. Earthquake
C. Fire
D. Flood
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363. A fumigation chamber is used for the conservation of
A. Microforms
B. Documents
C. Multimedia
D. Computers
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364. In what type of disaster in 2004, more than 18,000 people were killed and libraries in Eastern Coastal Sri Lanka were damaged:
A. Tsunamis
B. Hurricanes
C. Fire
D. Flood
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365. The Library of Alexandria was destroyed due to:
A. Tsunamis
B. Earthquake
C. Fire
D. Flood
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366. The Duchess Anna Amalia Library in Weimar, Thuringia, Germany, houses a major collection of German literature and historical documents, ___ destroyed 50,000 volumes on 2nd September 2004:
A. Tsunamis
B. Earthquake
C. Fire
D. Flood
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367. Birmingham Central Library is the main public library in Birmingham, England during the building of an extension in 1879 a caused extensive damage, destroying most of the 50,000 reference books:
A. Epidemic
B. Earthquake
C. Fire
D. Flood
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368. Ancient and modem sources identify possible occasions for the partial or complete destruction of the library of Royal Alexandria:
A. Two
B. Three
C. Four
D. Five
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369. Julius Ceasar’s fire in the Alexandrian war in:
A. 3rd century AD
B. 391 AD
C. 40 BC
D. 48 BC
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370. The Roman stoic philosopher Seneca refers to books having been burnt at Alexandria:
A. 40,000
B. 45,000
C. 60,000
D. 65,000
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371. The Sumatran province of Aceh (Indonesia) was severely damaged with its major libraries by:
A. Tsunamis in 2004
B. Earthquake in 2006
C. Fire in 2005
D. Flood in 2001
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372. The Secretariat Office of the Aceh Province (lndonesia) lost 160 boxes of records in:
A. Tsunamis in 2004
B. Earthquake in 2006
C. Fire in 2005
D. Flood in 2001
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373. It is estimated that 1.2 million volumes of books and other reading materials were destroyed m the disaster in Sri Lanka:
A. Tsunamis in 2004
B. Earthquake in 2006
C. Fire in 2005
D. Flood in 2001
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374. A document that describes the procedures devised to prevent and prepare for disasters:
A. Disaster Archive
B. Disaster management
C. Disaster plan
D. Disaster system
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375. In each of the preventive, preparedness, response and recovery plan it is essential that consideration is given to all areas likely to be affected by the disaster These areas are:
A. Personnel, collection & record building, and equipment
B. Staff, archive record, electrical services, and computers
C. Users, books, audio & video
D. Monographs, manuscripts, maps, sound recordings, computer discs
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376. Monuments, cultural and natural sites, museum collections, archives, manuscripts, etc, or practices that a society inherits from its past, and which it intends to preserve and transmits to future generations are called:
A. Cultural Heritage
B. National Library’s
C. Academic Library’s
D. Public Library’s
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377. To define and locate those parts of the heritage which are in the domain of the heritage institutions are:
A. Archives
B. National Library’s
C. Museums
D. Libraries, Archives, Museums & Galleries
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378. The cultural heritage breaks down the sector into three aspects these are:
A. Buildings, Archaeological remains & rural landscapes
B. Built Environment, Natural Environment & artifacts
C. Agricultural heritage, documents & Townscapes
D. Pictures, Books, Coasts & shorelines
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379. The Library of “Biblioteca Nazionale” Rome, where nearly half a million books and manuscripts suffered from the inflow of:
A. Epidemic
B. Earthquake
C. Fire
D. Water and mud
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380. The subsequent civil disorder caused major damage and destruction to heritage sites and institutions in Iraq (2003):
A. War
B. Earthquake
C. Fire
D. Water and mud
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381. Planning and actions to prevent and be prepared for disasters and dealing with them effectively are called:
A. Natural disaster
B. Disaster
C. Disaster system
D. Disaster management
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382. In the library’s disaster control plan “written plan of action” is the stage of:
A. Preparedness
B. Prevention
C. Reaction
D. Recovery
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383. In the Library’s disaster control plan “Communication-contact details” is a stage of
A. Preparedness
B. Prevention
C. Reaction
D. Recovery
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384. In the Library’s disaster control plan “Collections-risks identified” is the stage of:
A. Preparedness
B. Prevention
C. Reaction
D. Recovery
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385. In the Library’s disaster control plan “building maintenance removal of stock and collections” is the stage of:
A. Preparedness
B. Prevention
C. Reaction
D. Recovery
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386. In the Library’s ·disaster control plan “Emergency equipment that has been purchased” is the stage of
A. Preparedness
B. Prevention
C. Reaction
D. Recovery
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387. In the Library’s disaster control plan “Collections-inventories of holdings” is the stage of
A. Preparedness
B. Prevention
C. Reaction
D. Recovery
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388. In the Library’s disaster control plan “Advice-decision making” is the stage of:
A. Preparedness
B. Prevention
C. Reaction
D. Recovery
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389. In the Library’s disaster control plan “Advice-expertise and services” is the stage of:
A. Preparedness
B. Prevention
C. Reaction
D. Recovery
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390. In the Library “stealing of books” is:
A. Crime Protection
B. Crime against property
C. Crime Reaction
D. Crime against people
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391. One of the following is a crime in the libraries:
A. CCTV
B. Electronic Chips ·
C. Misusing Computers
D. Alarms on the exit door
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392. Closed-Circuit Television Cameras (CCTV) are:
A. Preparedness
B. Prevention
C. Reaction
D. Recovery
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393. Alarms on the exit door are equipment for:
A. Protections
B. Deterrence
C. Reaction
D. Recovery
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394. In the Library, electronic chips are pasted for the protection of:
A. Computers
B. CCTV
C. Books
D. Furniture’s
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395. The Library possesses 10,000 volumes, and was destroyed in a fire in 471AD; but it must soon have been restored:
A. Alexandria Library
B. Patriarchal Library
C. Pergamum Library
D. Macedonia Library
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396. All of the following are true about disasters except:
A. A disaster may be domestic or international
B. A disaster may be caused by nature or have human origins
C. A disaster always receives widespread media coverage
D. A disaster may have a known and gradual onset
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397. Disasters frequently result in all of the following:
A. Damage to the ecological, environment
B. Displacement of populations
C. Destruction of a population’s homeland
D. Sustained public attention during the recovery phase
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398. According to the United Nations between 1992 and 2000 there were approximately disasters per year throughout the world:
A. 100
B. 300
C. 500
D. 800
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399. Responsibility for securing the scene, preserving life, and treating the wounded is the responsibility of:
A. First responders
B. Mental health professionals
C. Social workers who specialize in crisis management
D. All citizens
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400. Which one of the following theories of disaster management informs organizational readiness and response in a disaster?
A. Hobfoll’s theory of conservation of resources
B. The problem-solving task model
C. Structure-functional theory
D. Theory of traumatogenic forces
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