Competitive Exams: Library & Information Science MCQs (Practice_Test 22 of 25)

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  1. Which part of new encyclopedia Britannica is useful for ready references?
    1. Macropaedia
    2. Propaedia
    3. Micropaedia
    4. Premedia

    Answer: b

  2. Year book are also known as
    1. Hand book
    2. Annual
    3. Directory
    4. Dictionary

    Answer: b

  3. What is India: A reference annual?
    1. Year Book
    2. Almanac
    3. Gide book
    4. Hand book

    Answer: a

  4. What is Trade bibliography?
    1. List of Author Bibliography
    2. List of Special Bibliography
    3. List of books in print or for sale compiled by a publisher
    4. List of books of trade Library

    Answer: c

  5. What is the meaning of E-Documents?
    1. All Documents other than printed
    2. Non-Paper documents
    3. In electronic form such as Cassettes, CD-ROMs, etc.
    4. Audio visual tools

    Answer: c

  6. Which of the following is not the documents?
    1. Manuscript
    2. Book
    3. Inscription
    4. Periodical

    Answer: c

  7. Generally the information sources are divided mainly in to following categories?
    1. Primary and secondary.
    2. Reference and information sources.
    3. Documentary and non-documentary
    4. Books and periodicals

    Answer: c

  8. What are non-documentary sources?
    1. Which are in printed form?
    2. Which are in not printed form?
    3. Which are nor documents
    4. None of these

    Answer: b

  9. Today which type of information sources is most useful?
    1. Reference sources
    2. Documentary source
    3. Non-Documentary source
    4. Both the Documentary and Non-Documentary sources

    Answer: c

  10. Cover to cover translation is treated as
    1. Selective dissemination service
    2. Current awareness services
    3. On demand services
    4. Anticipatory services

    Answer: b

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