LIS MCQs about Library Management – Quiz-3

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LIS MCQs about Library Management

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101. The Head of the university library is:
A. Dean
B. Chief librarian
C. Deputy librarian
D. None of the above
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102. Which of the following is the useful and best method of acquisition of serial publications in libraries?
A. One card system
B. Four cards system
C. Three cards system
D. Multi cards system
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103. C.I. Barnard is related to:
A. Scientific school of thought
B. Classical school of thought
C. Social system school
D. None of the above
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104. Study carrels are the exclusive area for:
A. Researchers and academic staff
B. Library staff
C. Librarian
D. Library authority
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105. To coordinate the activities of an organization and direct them toward previously established objectives this is the purpose of:
A. Motivation
B. Directing
C. Planning
D. None of the above
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106. Theory X and Theory Y are developed by:
A. Peter Drucker
B. Douglas McGregor
C. Abraham Maslow
D. None of the above
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107. Which of the following methods is enunciated by Ranganathan?
A. Three cards system
B. New York system
C. Kardex system
D. One card system
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108. “Management by objectives” is  introduced by:
A. R.N. Anthony
B. Peter Drucker
C. Koontz
D. Luther Gulick
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109. 3 cards system was introduced by:
A. S. R. Cutter
B. Ranganathan
C. Nino E. Browne
D. Melville Dewey
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110. Job description helps the organization to:
A. Select the right person for the right job
B. Give more power to the supervisors
C. Decide the salary structure
D. All the above
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111. Which laws of library science of Ranganathan are helpful m formulating the principles of selection of documents?
A. I, II, and III laws
B. II, III, and IV laws
C. III, IV, and V laws
D. IV; V and-I laws
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112. In the Duminy system of circulation, dummies are made of:
A. Iron
B. Paper
C. Wood
D. Steel
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113. Who invented the Browne system of circulation of books?
A. Ranganathan
B. Nena E. Browne
C. James Dufty Brown
D. Classification
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114. The stock verification in the libraries is done to verify the physical position of:
A. Books and periodicals
B. Only periodicals
C. Books and periodicals
D. Nothing
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115. Nena E. Browne was mainly associated with which operation of the library?
A. Library accessioning
B. Classification
C. Library work
D. Cataloguing.
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116. What is the chief record in the library?
A. Catalogue
B. Accession register
C. Collection register
D. Shelf List
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117. Kardex system is used for record-keeping of which types of documents?
A. Books
B. Serial publications
C. Books and serial publications both
D. Maps
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118. Newark’s system of circulation was first started in which country?
A. Germany
B. England
C. France
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119. How many registration files are needed for the Newark system of circulation?
A. 5
B. 2
C. 6
D. 8
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120. The term Bespeaking is used for:
A. Issuing the books
B. Returning the books
C. Reserving the books
D. Inter-library loan
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121. Which of the following methods of financial estimation 1s the most suitable for a university library?
A. Per capita and methods of details
B. Per capita method
C. Proportional method
D. Proportional with the combination of anyone method
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122. At the present time, stock verification is a:
A. Beneficial task
B. Useless task
C. Useful task
D. Nothing
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123. What is the use of the Browne system in libraries?
A. Circulation of serials to the users
B. Selection of books
C. Circulation of books to the users
D. Classification of books
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124. How many Reader’s Tickets are provided to the readers in the Newark system of circulation?
A. One
B. Two
C. Four
D. Six
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125. Who developed the Newark system of circulation of books for the libraries?
A. M. Newark
B. New York City
C. New York State
D. Newark Library
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126. The main use of Shelf List m the libraries is:
A. Book selection
B. Circulation
C. Cataloguing
D. Stock verification
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127. The first component i.e. Group Identifier of ISBN represents:
A. Title of the book
B. Publisher’s group
C. National or geographical group
D. National, geographical, language and any other group
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128. What is the full form of ISBN?
A. International Standard Book Number
B. Iran Standard Bibliographic Number
C. International Standard Bibliographic Number
D. None of these
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129. What was the name of the number which was started first in the UK for documents?
A. Standard Book Number
B. International Book Number
C. Serial Book Number
D. Book Number
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130. A modulus of bow many bases, the check digit is calculated with weights 10 to 2 for an ISBN of a book.
A. 14
B. 11
C. 8
D. 9
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131. Why accession registers in the libraries is prepared?
A. To register the book
B. To register the books and periodicals
C. For accessing the books in a order in which they are received in the library
D. To register every item which is brought in the library
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132. What are the components of the ISBN of a book?
A. 17
B. 14
C. 10
D. 13
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133. What do you know about ISBN?
A. A unique number assigned internationally
B. Internationally assigned number which individualizes the document
C. Accession numbers of the book
D. A number is given by the Library of Congress
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134. In which country is the prov1s1on of providing some standard number to the document was started first?
A. Great Britain
C. Germany
D. France
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135. Later after getting recognition internationally, what name was given to SBN?
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136. What are the main functions of the maintenance work of the collection of documents in the libraries?
A. Stock verification, binding, vigilance
B. Dusting and shelf rectification
C. Shelving and locating of documents
D. All the above functions
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137. ISBN of a book has how many digits?
A. 17
B. 14
C. 10
D. 12
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138. What is the meaning of maintenance
work of the documents in the

A. Housing the collection in the selves
B. Maintaining order of arrangement of the documents
C. Salving the documents in the library
D. Providing class number to the documents
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139. ISBN is:
A. System of g1vmg a unique
number to a book
B. System of giving a not
changeable number to a book
C. System which differentiates one
book from the other
D. All the above
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140. What is human resource management?
A. Managing the staff to accomplish
B. Managing the human as resources to accomplish various operations
C. Managing the resources only
D. Managing the staff only
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141. If the ISBN of a book is 025463-104-5, the check digit of the book is:
A. 27
B. 463
C. 108
D. 5
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142. Ranganathan proposed what name for the cataloguing of the books before they are sent to the libraries?
A. Pre-natal cataloguing
B. Cataloguing in source
C. Post-natal cataloguing
D. Cataloguing in publication
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143. What is the full form of CIP?
A. Catalogue in Pretoria
B. Classification in Publication
C. Cataloguing in Publication
D. Classification, Indexing and
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144. What is the third one in the trinity of a library along with users and documents?
A. Staff
B. Material
C. Building
D. Workers
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145. A modulus of how many bases, the check digit is calculated with weights 8 to 2 for an ISSN of a serial publication?
A. 19
B. 11
C. 15
D. 16
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146. The management of the human resources for providing better services in the libraries is called:
A. Human Resource Arrangement
B. Human Resource Management
C. Human Resource Organization
D. Human Resource Administration
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147. What is the full form of ISSN?
A. Iraq Standard Service Number
B. International Serial Standard Number
C. International Standard Serial Number
D. None of these
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148. Time and cost factors are included in:
A. System approach
B. Programed evaluation and
review technique
C. Grant chart
D. Work analysis
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149. In the beginning, CIP programming was started by:
A. British Library
B. Library Congress
C. British Museum
D. Imperial Library
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150. Who establishes contact with the users of the documents?
A. Reference service
B. Catalogue
C. Building
D. Staff of the library
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So, these are the MCQs 101-150 for Library Management.

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