Library Science MCQs: Reference and Information Services – Quiz-2

LIS MCQs for Reference and Information Services. Here you will find the Library Science MCQs about Reference and Information Services. This is Quiz-2 of the Reference and Information Services MCQ series. If you are a student of Library and Information Management Sciences (LIMS) then these MCQs of Library Reference and Information Services are very important for you. As reference and information sources are key points in library science.

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LIS MCQs about Library Reference and Information Services

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51. Technical Manpower Bulletin,(m) is being brought out by:
A. ICMR
B. ICAR
C. OECD
D. UNISIST
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52. The ”British Humanities Index” 1s published by:
A. L.A.
B. ASLIB
C. British Library
D. SBI
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53. “The Scope of World of Learning” is:
A. Local
B. National
C. Regional
D. International
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54. The appropriate source to find information about the climate of Rajasthan is:
A. Map
B. Gazetteer
C. Atlas
D. Globe
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55. The spherical representation of the earth is known as:
A. Atlas
B. Map
C. Globe
D. Chart
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56. “An annual volume of current information in descriptive statistical form sometimes, limited to specific field” is known as:
A. Yearbook
B. Almanac
C. Directory
D. Handbook
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57. Propedia (Part-3) of Encyclopedia Britannica consists:
A. Index
B. Knowledge in depth
C. Outline of knowledge
D. Ready reference
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58. General Information Programmer (PGI) was launched by:
A. IFLA
B. UNESCO
C. FID
D. ASLIB
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59. The un-abridged (Oxford English. Dictionary (OED) is in:
A. Two volumes
B. Six volumes
C. Eight volumes
D. Twelve volumes
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60. The first Abstracting Journal is:
A. Chemisches Zentralblatt
B. Philosophical Transactions
C. Journal des Scavans
D. Chemical Abstracts
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61. The Reference tool most appropriate to find information on particular place 1s:
A. Encyclopedia
B. Gazetteer
C. Directory
D. Almanack
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62. Cumulative Book Index includes all books published in: ·
A. USA
B. UK
C. English Language
D. All languages
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63. The Publisher of Annals of Library Science and Documentation is:
A. DESIDOC
B. DRTC
C. INSDOC
D. RRRLF
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64. The frequency of Biological Abstracts is:
A. Weekly
B. Semimonthly
C. Bimonthly
D. Monthly
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65. Bibliography of Doctoral Dissertations is published by:
A. UGC
B. AIU
C. CSIR
D. ICMR
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66. The Population Information Network (POPIN) was established with the support of:
A. FAD
B. CARIS
C. UNISIST
D. IDRC
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67. The Interagency Development Research Information System (IDRIS) database is available through:
A. IDRC
B. ICSU
C. OECD
D. UNISIST
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68. Dissertation Abstracts International basically is a guide to doctoral dissertations submitted to universities in:
A. Asia
B. Africa
C. USA and Canada
D. Australia
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69. Dissertation Abstracts International comprises:
A. Two sections
B. Three sections
C. Four sections
D. Five sections
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70. “Index Translationum” published by:
A. UNO
B. UNIDO
C. FAD
D. UNESCO
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71. “Bibliotheca Bibliographica” was compiled by:
A. W.P. Courtn~y
B. D. Grogan
C. M. Hutchins
D. J. Petzholdt
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72. Bibliotheca Universalis was compiled by:
A. T. Besterman
B. K. Gener
C. V.W. Clapp
D. La Fontai
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73. A World Bibliography of Bibliographies was compiled by:
A. A. Esadaile
B. T. Bester man
C. K. Gesner
D. J. Petzholdt
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74. International Information System on Research in Documentation (ISORID) was established by:
A. UNESCO
B. IDRC
C. ICSU
D. OECD
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75. The Webster’s Third New International Dictionary was published by:
A. Oxford University Press
B. Longman
C. MacMillan
D. G.C. Merriam
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76. “Publishers Weekly” is published by:
A. R.R. Bowker
B. H.W. Wilson
C. Academic Press
D. Whitaker
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77. “Accession List – South Asia” is a:
A. Documentation List
B. Bibliography
C. Accession List
D. Catalogue
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78. JANET is the leading edge network serving:
A. Academic community
B. Business community
C. Legal community
D. Technical Community
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79. The UK Information Highway for Information and Collaborative Research is:
A. BLAISE
B. UKERNA
C. Super JANET
D. BIDS
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80. National Social Science Information Centre (NASSIC) setup at M.S. University, Baroda was sponsored by:
A. ICSSR
B. UGC
C. Ministry of HRD
D. ICCR
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81. Collection and provision of information from various sources over a period of time is known as:
A. CAS
B. SDI
C. Short range reference service
D. Long-range reference service
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82. Union List of Serials in the libraries of US and Canada was brought by:
A. Bowker
B. Academic Press
C. Wilson
D. Rosenbach
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83. The appropriate source to find out the address of an Institution Learned Society is:
A. Almanac
B. Gazetteer
C. Guide book
D. Directory
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84. The World’s best books is a:
A. National Bibliography
B. Universal Bibliography
C. Selective Bibliography
D. Subject Bibliography
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85. National Informatics Centre (NIC) is associated with:
A. Telegraphic services
B. Telephone services
C. Railways services
D. Information services
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86. Indexing Periodicals are grouped under:
A. Primary sources
B. Secondary sources
C. Tertiary source
D. Basic source
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87. Books in Print and Who’s Who of Indian Writers is a:
A. Primary source
B. Secondary source
C. Chief source
D. Tertiary source
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88. Directories provide information about:
A. Organizations
B. Places
C. Materials
D. Persons
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89. A geographical dictionary of places arranged alphabetically is known as:
A. Guide Book
B. Globe
C. Gazetteer
D. Atlas
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90. AGRICOLA is a bibliographic database of the National Agricultural Library (NAL) of:
A. Pakistan
B. USA
C. Canada
D. Brazil
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91. A Compendium of knowledge is known as:
A. Year Book
B. Encyclopedia
C. Directory
D. Almanac
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92. Eureka is a powerful and easy-to-use research service by:
A. RLG
B. RLIN
C. ERIC
D. USA IN
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93. Knowledge of recent developments is known as:
A. Past awareness
B. Present awareness
C. Current Awareness
D. Future Awareness
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94. Patents are regarded as:
A. Primary sources
B. Secondary sources
C. Tertiary sources
D. Auxiliary sources
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95. SAARC Documentation Centre was established at:
A. Dacca
B. New Delhi
C. Katmandu
D. Karachi
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96. Cooperative Online Serial Program (CONSE) is being operated by:
A. ERIC
B. BLAISE
C. OCLC
D. NTIS
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97. The main originator of citation indexing is:
A. H.P. Luhn
B. F. W. Lancaster
C. E. Garlfield
D. B.C. Vickery
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98. World of Learning is a:
A. Directory
B. Dictionary
C. Encyclopedia
D. Almanac
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99. The appropriate source for finding Information about the properties of ‘Heavy Water’ is:
A. Directory
B. Year Book
C. Handbook
D. Almanac
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100. Development Information Network on South Asia (DEVINSA) was established at the Marga Institute at:
A. Singapore
B. Jakarta
C. Colombo
D. Bangkok
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These are the Reference and Information Services MCQs from 51-100.

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