LIS MCQs about Library Management – Quiz-4

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LIS MCQs about Library Management

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151. Which one uses ISSN?
A. Ulrich International Periodical Directory
B. British National Bibliography
C. Iran National Bibliography
D. None of these
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152. The ISSN is a:
A. Unique number to a serial
B. Unique number to a book
C. Unique number which identifies a particular serial
D. Number by which the serial is families
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153. Nowadays what is called the staff of the libraries?
A. Staffing
B. Human workers
C. Staff
D. Human resources
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154. How many digits does the ISSN of a serial publication, have?
A. 9
B. 8
C. 11
D. 7
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155. What does a job description provide for an employee of the library?
A. A full understanding of the reading material
B. A full understanding of the activities to be performed
C. A full understanding of the qualifications
D. A full understanding of the working of the library
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156. Selection of periodical is conditioned by three factors; demand, supply and:
A. Space
B. Manpower
C. Availability
D. Finance
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157. The task of job analysis of each person of the library is done by:
A. Observation of the authorities
B. Questionnaire method
C. Interview of the staff
D. All the above
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158. Library Authority indicates:
A. Governing body
B. Librarian
C. Library members
D. None of the above
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159. What are the steps involved in the recruitment process for the libraries?
A. Planning of recruitment
B. Induction of selected candidates into the 1ibrary
C. Selecting candidates for the posts
D. All of the above
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160. Who was the father of the human relation movement which later became organizational behavior?
A. Renzi’s Likert
B. Elton Mayo
C. Barnard
D. None of the above
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161. The process means to employ persons to work in an organization to fit into positions with a well defined job description is:
A. Selection
B. Recruitment
C. Service
D. Employment
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162. To emphasize the activities of library Information centers, which of the following budget is suitable?
A. Line-By-Line Budgeting
B. Formula Budgeting
C. Lumpsum
D. programmer Budgeting
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163. What is essential of the following for the purpose of recruitment, training needs, and later for performance evaluation of the personnel of the libraries?
A. Job analysis
B. Job satisfaction
C. Job description
D. Class analysis
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164. The advocates of system theory are Chester Barnard. George Humans, Philip Selznick and:
A. Abraham Maslow
B. McGregor
C. Herbert Simon
D. None of the above
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165. What is the meaning of the job description?
A. Description of all the persons in the library
B. Description of the working of one person
C. Description of the functions for a particular post
D. Description of functions, duties, responsibilities, and experiences of a person
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166. Demand Theory of Book Selection
was coined by:

A. Melville Dewey
B. Drury
C. S. R. Ranganathan
D. McCollin
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167. What is identified by the performance evaluation of the staff?
A. A system is good or not
B. System is competent or not
C. A service has been provided to maximum users or not
D. How a system/service has been functioning
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168. A minimum amount per head of population is allocated in:
A. Proportional method
B. Method of details
C. Per capital method
D. Both (a) and (c)
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169. A person who likes everyone else in an organization and has personnel needs and hopes is called as:
A. Chief
B. Leader
C. Master
D. Main
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170. PPBS stands for:
A. Planning-Programming Budgeting System
B. Plan-programmer Budget System
C. Period programmer Budget System
D. None of the above
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171. Cost-benefit analysis is:
A. Finding out value for money
B. Performance evaluation based on repayment of the loan
C. Selling costly items at reasonable price
D. Performance evaluation based on benefit in relation to the input
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172. What do you know about performance evaluation?
A. Evaluation of the staff members
B. Collective evaluation of the work done by staff members
C. Evaluation of the work separately done by staff members
D. Evaluation of the work done by staff members
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173. Zero-based budgeting means:
A. Budgeting based on previous years’ expenses
B. Budgeting afresh
C. Budgeting without
D. Performance budget
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174. When the term performance evaluation was first started?
A. 1955
B. 1950
C. 1962
D. 1959
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175. Operating budget means:
A. Proposed expenses
B. Statement of estimated revenues and expenditures for a given period of time
C. Budgeting without fund
D. None of the above
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176. What is called the task of a leader?
A. Leadership
B. Librarianship
C. Tankship
D. Ship
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177. Preparation of the library budget without considering previous year’s budget is known as:
A. Performance budget
B. Budget in detail
C. Zero-based budget
D. None of the above
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178. The Contingency Model of leader was developed by:
A. Fiddler
B. Alexander
C. Linkert
D. Robert House
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179. Who developed the Path-Goal theory of leadership?
A. Linkert
B. Robert House
C. Alexander
D. Felder
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180. Which other name is given to performance evaluation?
A. Performance appraisal
B. Library appraisal
C. Staff appraisal
D. Ability appraisal
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181. What is called the process which is used for evaluating the performance of workers on the job?
A. Performance evaluation
B. Performance rating
C. Performance profit
D. Performance marking
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182. What do you know about financial management?
A. The basic knowledge of the finances
B. Study of principles and practices involved with finance
C. Knowledge of the items for which finances are to be expended
D. All the above
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183. What IS essential to have for a manager of an organization to be successful in management?
A. Management
B. Power
C. Efficiency
D. Authority
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184. What is the budget?
A. Annual estimate of income and expenditure
B. Annual estimate of expenditure
C. Annual estimate of income
D. Annual estimate of income and expenditure for future year
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185. Which one of the following is not the principle of Delegation of Authority? 
A. Assignment of duties in terms of the result expected
B. Parity of authority and irresponsibility
C. Clarification of limits of authority
D. Solutions of accountability
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186. What is called the managerial practice of getting things done through others by sharing authority with them?
A. Delegation of power
B. Delegation of work
C. Delegation of authority.
D. Delegation of service
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187. Which of the following is budgeting? the system IS most suitable for a university library?
A. Zero-based budgeting
B. Performance budgeting
C. Planning Programming budgeting
D. Formula budgeting
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188. Which of the following is the traditional method of performance evaluation of the staff?
A. Ranking method
B. Graphic scale method
C. Forced Distribution method
D. Incident method
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189. What is financial management with respect to management?
A. A branch
B. A part
C. A tool
D. A process
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190. Which of the following is not the method of performance evaluation of the selection of the staff in libraries? 
A. Ability test
B. Intelligence test
C. Proficiency test
D. Physical test
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191. The Delegation of Authority may also be called:
A. Delegation of power
B. Delegation of responsibility
C. Delegation of duties
D. Delegation of services
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192. What is not correct about authority?
A. It is an important managerial practice of getting things done
B. It implies the existence of responsibility
C. It is the right or power conferred on an individual
D. All the above
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193. How is the performance evaluation done in the incident method?
A. On the bases of the qualities of staff members
B. On the bases of occurring an incident
C. On the basis of the academic qualifications of staff members
D. On the basis of the behavior of staff members
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194. Statistics concerning Library information Centre resource cover three aspects: Finance, collection and:
A. Readers
B. Staff
C. Furniture
D. Equipment’s
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195. In library science, what is the meaning of marketing?
A. Selling of library products
B. Selling of books
C. Selling library services
D. Selling library products and services
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196. Which of the following is systematic maintenance of the income and expenditure flow on records?
A. Reporting
B. Auditing
C. Budgeting
D. Accounting
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197. The name of Peter Payor is linked with which budgeting system?
A. Performance budget
B. Formula
D. Zero-based
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198. Which of the following skills a librarian should have?
A. Analytical and planning skills
B. Planning and organization skills
C. Organization and control skills
D. All the above
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199. The term cost in the cost-benefit analysis of a system is meant:
A. Cost involved m terms of human resources
B. Cost involved m terms of materials
C. Cost involved in terms of equipment
D. All the above
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200. What is an effective and important tool for the financial management of an organization?
A. Budget
B. Finance
C. Income
D. Expenditure
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So, these are the MCQs 151-200 for Library Management.

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