LINKS TO APPLY FOR VARIOUS POSTS OF KVS -2022

KVS भर्ती विज्ञापन 15/2022 व 16/2022 में ऑनलाइन आवेदन हेतु निम्न लिंक पर क्लिक करें :

LINKS TO APPLY FOR VARIOUS POSTS OF KVS -2022

AC/Principal/ VP

PGT

TGT/PRT

Librarian and Other Non Teaching Posts

WHATSAPP GROUP LINK FOR KVS LIBRARIANS PREPARATION-2022

WHATSAPP GROUP LINK

Kendriya Viydyalaya Librarians recruitment is out now. This is a golden chance as 355 posts are available.

Work hard and practice questions frequently and improve your score.

In this whatsapp group daily micro tests and weekly grand tests will be given.

We wish you good luck

LS CAT4.2: TYPES OF CATALOGUES-2

“Don’t be pushed around by the fears in your mind. Be led by the dreams in your heart.”
― Roy T. Bennett

This quiz is useful for the aspirants of Library Science. Students appearing for UGC NET, SLET, KVS Librarian and NVS Librarian and DSSSB Librarian etc. can practice these exams. This is designed to give conceptual clarity.

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Source : IGNOU B.Lib Material

The alphabetico-classed catalogue may be considered as a combination or mixture of the best points associated with dictionary and classified catalogue. In other words, it represents an attempt to combine some of the advantages of a classified catalogue with the directness and ease of consultation of the -alphabetical catalogue. An alphabetico-classed catalogue provides alphabetically arranged broad subject headings with alphabetically arr anged sub-divisions”. (Hunter and Bakewell).

LS CAT 4.1: TYPES OF CATALOGUES-1

This quiz is useful for the aspirants of Library Science. Students appearing for UGC NET, SLET, KVS Librarian and NVS Librarian and DSSSB Librarian etc. can practice these exams.

For other quizzes on Library Science, kindly visit the page here.

Source : IGNOU B.Lib Material

Readers are more at home with a catalogue arranged alphabetically, as such cataloguesare arranged as in a dictionary. Alphabetical catalogues can be arranged in several ways,some of which are by authors, by name of persons, by title or by specific subject. These
are asked in the followingquestions.

NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY TEST-16

The National Policy on Education (NPE) aims at promoting education amongst the people. The policy covers elementary education in both rural and urban India. The first NEP was promulgated in 1968 and the second by Rajiv Gandhi in 1986, and the third by P.V. Narsimha Rao on 1992.

SOURCE: NEP 2020 – Innovate India (mygov.in)

The National Education Policy (NEP), 2020 has been approved by the Union Cabinet on 29th July 2020. NEP 2020 is the first education policy of the 21st century, which aims to address the many growing developmental imperatives of our country and is aligned to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The National Education Policy, 2020 is built on the foundational pillars of Access, Equity, Quality, Affordability and Accountability.

LINK OF NEP-16

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KVS -Syllabus for the post of -Librarian

The questions will be testing the depth of understanding and application of the concepts
at the level of Graduation.

Syllabus forthepost of -Librarian
The questions will be testing the depth of understanding and application ofthe concepts
at the level of Graduation.
I.Foundation of Library &InformationScience.

  1. Library as an Social Institution
    -Social &Historicalfoundations of Library.
  • Different types of libraries- Academic,Public, Special -their distinguishing
    features and functions.
  • Role of U.G.C. for developmentof Academic libraries.
  • Role in Library of formal and informal education.
    Shivaji University, Kolhapur
  1. Normative Principles of Lib. & Inf. Science

– Five Laws of Library Science.

Implications of five laws in Lib. & Inf. Science

  • Development of Libraries with special reference to India, Baroda

Public Library system

Library Co-operation Resource Sharing and Library Networking.

3. Laws relating to Libraries& Inforamion.

Library legislation need and essential features.

Library legislation in India.
MaharashtraPublic Library Act.

Press and registrationact & Delivery of Books act (Public Library).

Copyright act, Intellectual Property rights.

4. Library and information Profession

Attribution of profession.

Librarianship as a profession.
Professional ethics.
Professional associations &their role.
National & International Library Associations- FID, IFLA, LA,
ILA, ALA, IASLIC etc.

  • Professional education & research.
  1. Promotersof Library & Information services
  • National level promoters- RRRLF.
    International level promoters- UNESCO
  1. Public relations &Extension activities
    Definition
  • facets and programs.
    publicity & extension, Out reach activities.
    Library path finders (Guides)
    Factors affecting Library development,Literacy, publishing, Book Trade.
    I1. Knowledge Organization, Information Processing & Retrieval.
  1. Universe of Knowledge
    Structure and attributes.
    Modes of formation of subjects.
  • Different types of subjects.
    -Universeof subjects asmapped in different schemes of
    classification.

2. Bibliographic description

Catalogue purpose, Structure and types physical formsincluding
OPAC filling rules.
Normative Principles of cataloguing.
-Overview of principles and practice in document description.

  • Current trends in Standardization, description and exchange.
    Standard codes of cataloguing.
    3.Methods of Knowledge Organization
  • Generaltheory of Library Classification.
  • Normativeprinciples of classification and their application.
    -Speciesof Library Classification.
  • StandardSchemes of Classifications and theirfeatures, CC, DDC,
    UDC.
    Notation: Need, Functions, Characteristics
  • Design and development of schemes of Library Classification,
    Standardsub-division Index.
    -Trends in Library Classification.

4. Subject Classification

Principles of Subject Classification.

Subject heading lists and their feature.
II1. InformationTechnology: Basic

1. Information Technology

Definition, Need, Scope and Objectives.
2.Computer Basic (Hardware)

  • Introduction to Computers
  • Overview of Historical Development of Computers.
    -Generationsof Computers, Classification of Computers.
    Essential Components of Computer system.

3.Computer Architecture-Organization of Computer

Input and Outputdevices- Keyboard,Scanner,OCR, Printers,
Monitor

  1. Software.
    -Operatingsystems:Single & Multi User Systems,Basic features

of MS-DOS, MS Windows, Linux, UNIX, Windows NT etc.

Programming Languages:Concepts and Tools
Algorithm & Flowcharting.

  1. Word Processors, Spread Sheetetc.

6.DBMS Package

Familiarity with DBASE, FOXPRO, CDS/ISIS,SOUL, MS Access
(Basicfeatures)
7.Computer application to library &Information work –
House keeping operations

  1. Communication Technology

Communication Technology BasicConcepts

Networking: Basic Concepts.

  • Internet
    IV.Management of Libraries &InformationCentres/Institutions
  1. Management
    Concepts, definition and scope.
    Management styles and approaches.
    Management schools of thought.
    Functionsand principlesof Scientific Management.
  2. Human ResourceManagement
    -Organizational structure.
    Delegation, Communicationand Participation.
    Job Description and Analysis, Job evaluation.
    Inter-personal relation.
    Recruitment procedures.

Motivation, groupDynamics.

Training and Development.
-Disciplines and Grievances.

  • PerformanceAppraisal.
  1. Financial Management
    Resources Mobilization
    Budgeting Techniquesand Methods PPBS,Zero Based Budgeting
    etc.
    BudgetaryControl.
    Cost effectiveness and Cost Benefit analysis.
    Outsourcing

4. Reporting

Types of reports, Annual report-compilation, Contents and style.

Library Statistics etc.

  1. System Analysis and Design
    -Library asa system
    Project Management PERT/COM
    Decision Tables.
    Performanceevaluation standards, MIS.
  • PerformanceMeasurement,reengineering, Time and Motion
    Study
    SWOT ( Strength Weakness Opportunities Threat)
    DFD (Data Flow Diagram)
    6.Total Quality Management (TQM)
    Definition, Concept, Element
    -Quality Audit, LIS related standards.
  • TechnologyManagement.
  1. Library House Keeping Operations.
  • Different sections of Library & Information Center and their
    functions.
    -Collection Developmentand Management Policies Procedures.
    Book Ordering (Acquisition)
  • Technical Processing.
    Serials Control, Circulation Control, Maintenanceetc.
    Stock Verification- Policies and Procedures.
    Evaluation andWeeding.
    Archiving-conservation-Preservation.
    Restoration including Print, Non-Print and Electronic Materials.
  1. Planning
  • Concept,Definition, Need and Purpose, Types.
    Policies and Procedures, MB0
    Building and Space management in Libraries and Information
    Centers.
    -Library Building, Interior& Exterior, Furniture, Equipment’s,
    Standards&Types.
  • Risk Management, Contingency Management.
    Planning of related Infrastructure,Library Standards.
  1. Management of change.
    concept of change.
    changes in Procedures, Methods,Tools and Techniques.
    Problems of Incorporating Change.
    Techniques of Managing Change.
    V.InformationSources&Services
  2. Reference and information sources.
    Documentary Sourcesof Information, Print, Non-Print including
    Electronic: Special features, Scope, types
    Nature, Characteristic, Utility and evaluation of different types of
    Information sources: Physical formats, Authority, Content, Utility.
    Non-Documentary Information Sources.
    Reference SourcesCategories, Primary, Secondary & Tertiary
    Information Sources.(Encyclopedia, Dictionary, Periodical,
    Thesis, Books,Year book, Patents, Trade literature, standards,
    Monographs,ReferenceBooks,Year Books,Almanac,Atlas,
    Abstracting & Indexing periodicals, Bibliographies, Handbooks
    etc.)
    Internet asa Sourceof Information.
  3. Reference Service.
    Concept, Definition,Need, Scope and trends.
  • Reference Interview and Search Techniques.
  1. Information Services and Products
    Informationservices and Products.
    Information services concepts,Definition, Need and trends.
    Need, Techniquesand Evaluation of Alerting services (CAS
    &SDI)
    -Bibliographic, Referral, Document Delivery and Translation
    Services.
  2. Information System and their Services.
    Study of National, International and Commercial Information
    Systems and Services- Background,their Services and Products.
    VI. Library Users
  3. Techniquesof Library and Information Centres Survey.
    Proformamethod.
    Interview method.
    Records analysis method.

2. Information users and their information Needs

Categories of Information users.
Information needs definition and models.
Information seeking behaviour.

  1. User Education
    Goalsand Objectives level, Techniquesand Methods,Evaluation
    of Users Education Programmes.
  2. User Studies.
    Methods and techniques of User studies.
    Evaluationof User studies.
  3. User Orientation Programmes:
    -Conventional and modern Techniques: Studytour, Newsletters,
    Handbooks,Leaflets, Powerpoint Presentation, Websitesetc

GE 42:KVS LIBRARIAN RECRUITMENT TEST ENGLISH PART-2018

The below are the General English part questions that were asked in the KVS LIBRARIAN RECRUITMENT TEST ENGLISH PART-2018

GE 41:KVS LIBRARIAN 2013 GENERAL ENGLISH PART

Dear aspirants, the below questions are from the General English part of KVS Librarians Recruitment TEst-2013. Practice it to test yourself.

IGNOU MATERIAL FOR KVS LIBRARIAN RECRUITEMENT

IGNOU BLISC MATERIAL

Dear aspirants, the above link contains IGNOU material of BLISc. IGNOU material is standard one and it benefits you a lot in your preparation. Conceptual clarity always helps us.

All the best.

LS CAT 3.2:PHYSICAL FORM OF LIBRARYCATALOGUES-2

This quiz is useful for the aspirants of Library Science. Students appearing for UGC NET, SLET, KVS Librarian and NVS Librarian and DSSSB Librarian etc. can practice these exams.

For other quizzes on Library Science, kindly visit the page here.

Source : IGNOU B.Lib Material

Cataloguing-in-Publication (CIP) Centralised cataloguing led to the logical step of publishing bibliographic entries of documents in the publication itself, on the reverse side of the title page. Ranganathan called it `prenatal cataloguing. This facility enables libraries to use the bibliographical data available on the book for the preparation of their catalogues. The Library of Congress was the pioneer in this enterprise. The British National Bibliography has also been participating in the CIP Programme from January 1977. Such facilities are yet to develop in countries like India

LS CAT 3.1:PHYSICAL FORM OF LIBRARY CATALOGUES

This quiz is useful for the aspirants of Library Science. Students appearing for UGC NET, SLET, KVS Librarian and NVS Librarian and DSSSB Librarian etc. can practice these exams.

For other quizzes on Library Science, kindly visit the page here.

Source : IGNOU B.Lib Material

In this test, the different types of physical forms of library catalogues’ have been asked. These include conventional forms like Bound register, Printed book form, Sheaf or loose leaf form and Card form, The advantages and limitations associated with each of these different forms are explained.

LS CAT 2.2: HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF LIBRARY CATALOGUE CODES-2

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For other quizzes on Library Science, kindly visit the page here.

Source : IGNOU B.Lib Material

Before Ranganathan, there were no catalogue codes ever produced In India. Neither was there an established bibliographic/cataloguing tradition. The code (CCC) is the first and theonly code designed in India. It was mostly an intuitive effort but applying scientific method to ensure precision and correctness. This however, does not go to say that the code wasentirely a product of prestine mind. Ranganathan, educated in England had the benefit of
exposure to western thought and practice, which definitely provided the needed backgroundto work out independently. There are, therefore, many influences. Yet the code isdistinctively Ranganathan’s own. What is his own adds to the merit, and what is not to itsweakness.

LS CAT 2.1: HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OFLIBRARY CATALOGUE CODES-1

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Source : IGNOU B.Lib Material

A library catalogue code, one or two of which (for, there are a score of the them), as you may have surely become familiar with to some extent, can be explained as a `set of rules’ forguidance of cataloguers in the preparation of descriptive bibliographical records (i.e., entriesin library catalogues, bibliographies and. similar other lists) for books and other graphicmaterials so as to ensure consistency and uniformity in their treatment.

LS CAT 1.3: LIBRARY CATALOGUE:OBEJECTIVES PURPOSES AND FUNCTIONS-3

This quiz is useful for the aspirants of Library Science. Students appearing for UGC NET, SLET, KVS Librarian and NVS Librarian and DSSSB Librarian etc. can practice these exams.

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Source : IGNOU B.Lib Material

An accession register and a shelf list are essentially management records of a library and are not meant for public use. Accession register is a data-wise record of reading materials acquired by the library, giving all details about
the documents, arranged in the serial order of documents. A shelf list reflects the arrangement of documents on the shelf.Their proposes are different and hence they cannot be used as a substitute for a library catalogue.

Cataloguing and classification are two interrelated processes that are performed in a library. The basic purpose of these two operations is to aid users in locating and selecting appropriate reading materials required for study, research or any other organization of documents on the shelves of library while a catalogue serves the propose of a retrieval tool and also projects the contents possessed by a library. All these mechanisms are to a large extent. Complementary to each other and together they serve the users in an effective manner to use the library collection. Between themselves, they rectify the shortcomings or limitations of each other.

LS CAT 1.2:LIBRARY CATALOGUE: OBJECTIVES PURPOSES AND FUNCTIONS-2

The Five Laws of Library Science are a set of basic guiding principles for designing and operating a library or a library system. In fact, each one of the activities of a library may be deduced from these Five Laws. For the preparation and production of a library catalogue, a number of useful guidelines are implied in these Five Laws

LS CAT 1.1: LIBRARY CATALOGUE : OBJECTIVESPURPOSES AND FUNCTIONS

Library catalogue is an important tool in a library and cataloguing is one of the most
important activities of a library. This test contains 15 questions.

Librarian Jobs in Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan


No of posts: 355
Unreserved: 146
OBC:95
SC:53
ST :26
EWS:35
OH:6
HH:5

Application starting date: 05-12-22

Last date:26-12-22

Qualifications: BLISc or Equivalent.

Entry basic:44900
Gross salary : 80000 approx.

Website: http://www.kvsangathan.nic.in

Chapter wise and content wise practice tests and grand tests and previous tests:

Librarian Jobs in Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan

GE 40: ONE -WORD SUBSTITUTES

One-word substitution is a wonderful literary system of writing one word for a given term described in many words. This helps us communicate in brevity. In this modern-day world, people are avoiding boring and lengthy descriptions and hence expressions in short are very powerful communication tools.

For students job aspirants this is a very important topic, because questions based on this section are asked in almost all the exams.

GE 39: IDIOMS IN THE KITCHEN

Using idioms and phrases enhances the quality of your spoken as well as written English and your language looks elegant and eloquent. In essay writing contests, it fetches you good score and keeps you a head of others.

An idiom is a  group of words that has a special meaning that is different  from the ordinary meaning of each separate word.( Source: Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English)

A phrase is a group of words that together have a particular meaning, especially when they express the meaning well in a few words. .( Source: Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English)

In  this post, let us learn about some of the idioms in which items normally seen in kitchen are  used to express meaning.

CABBAGE:

  As cabbage to cauliflower:   an inferior thing to a superior one.


Usage:  A tech-savvy person is to an ordinary person as a cabbage to cauliflower

Cabbages and kings:  covering a wide spectrum of topics

Usage: Yesterday, I met my old friend Srikanth and we talked about cabbages and kings.

GINGER

To ginger up: to encourage

Usage:  Encouragement from the audience gingered up the singer to sing the song once more.

BASKET

Pick of the basket : the best thing available

You have to reach the market early to get the pick of the basket.

CAKE:

To eat one’s cake and have it :  to gain the advantages from both the alternatives

(have one’s cake and eat it too)

They seem to think they can have their cake and eat it too by ordering online food and claiming refund by complaining about the food.

CHICKEN:

Chicken feed :  small amounts of food or money

The salaries given to contractual employees are chicken feed to maintain families

To count one’s chicken before they hatch: too assume success to early

He is counting his chickens before they hatched as he booked a new car expecting his increment the next month.

POTATO:

 Couch Potato: a lazy person

Sitting all the day at computer makes a person couch potato

DISH

To dish out a story: to give interesting news

Social media tends dish out new stories to attract viewers.

EGG:

a bad egg: a waster person

Education without morals generates bad eggs.

 To egg on : to evoke, to incite, to urge

The hateful speeches of the politician egged on  communal violence.

To put all one’s eggs in one basket:    to risk all one’s money at one place

The best advice regarding investments is not to put all one’s eggs in one basket.

PAN

Out of the frying pan into the fire: from one problem to another.

He lost his job and then caught with corona. His situation is like Out of the frying pan into the fire.

MILK

The milk of human kindness: compassion

Money makes people the persons without the milk of human kindness

MINT

To mint money: to make a huge money

Kanthara movie minted money at the box office.

OATS:

To sow one’s wild oats:  To behave foolishly and indulge in excess while one is young.

The heroine of the movie breaks up with the hero as he wants to sow his wild oats.

PEPPER:

To pepper with : to add humour

The guests speech was peppered with jokes.

Pepper and salt: of mingled black and white colour

The hero flaunted the pepper and salt look.

PICKLE:

In pickle:

Be in a pickle:  to be in a very difficult situation and not know what to do

He lost his passport and is in a pickle now.

POT:

Pot-pourri:  a mixed stew,

Potpourri is a mixture of dried, naturally fragrant plant materials, used to provide a gentle natural scent, commonly in residential settings. It is often placed in a decorative bowl.

The movie is a pot-pourri of  many  stories in one.

SALT:

True to one’ salt: faithful to one’s employers

Though the maid is poor, she is true to her salt.

With a pinch of salt:  with some doubt

The teacher allowed the students to go to picnic with a pinch of salt.

The salt of the earth: people with good and true values.

Friends of my grand father are the salt of the earth.

SUGAR:

To sugar one’s words: to flatter by talking sweetly

The peon sugared his words  to get the increment from his boss.

WATER:


Water of life: spiritual refreshment

The water of life is what needed today in the society.

To water with one’s tears: to get by constant weeping

 He watered the hall with tears as he got emotional about his father.

To make a hole in the water: to commit suicide by drowning

Many people in villages with ponds tend to make a hole in the water.

Water under the bridge: no longer important

 The success of his first wife is water under the bridge for him.

To write on water or sand: to fail to leave behind an abiding record

Many freedom fighters wrote their lives on water

AP HIGH COURT JOBS- PRACTICE QUESTIONS

Dear aspirants, Andhra Pradesh High Court notified various vacancies and here are some practice questions in General English and General Knowledge. We wish you good luck!

Stenographer Grade-III, Junior Assistant, Typist, Field Assistant, Examiner, Copyist, Record Assistant, Driver (Light Vehicle), Process server and Office Subordinate in District Courts of A.P.

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

GENERAL ENGLISH

GK 126: GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

This quiz contains ten questions. Practice and learn.

GK 125: GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

This short and sweet quiz of ten questions will test your level of knowledge about various different topics. Keep learning.

READING COMPREHENSION-11

Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow: 

            If we were to believe the latest reports from medical laboratories, immortality is within human reach. By the next century, the possibility of living up to 5,000 years might well become reality. Does this mean that it’s time to celebrate the conquest of the final frontier of science?  Certainly not. There can be nothing more dismal than the possibility of living indefinitely. What makes life so fascinating is its transient nature. It’s the knowledge that death can come calling at anytime and anywhere which gives such poignancy to our lives. This finds expression in Wallace Steven’s wonderful lines: “Death is the mother of beauty; hence from her, / Alone, shall come fulfillment to our dreams / And our desires”. The idea that death is the key to life is also the foundation of Martin Heidegger’s philosophy of being.

Leaving aside these philosophical considerations, the predictions of immortality are at best based on dubious science. The scientific fraternity rarely takes seriously the prophets of immortality, who say that one can turn back the biological clock or at least keep it constant. But even if we were to assume for a moment that the majority of humans will live beyond 5,000 years, that would spell disaster for mankind.

On the basis of your reading of the passage, complete  the following statements with suitable words and phrases:

  Q1.Man will hopefully live up to 5,000 years in _________________________.

  Q2. What makes life fascinating is____________________________________.

  Q3.What gives poignancy to our lives?

  Q4.Explain: Conquest of the final frontier of science.

  Q5.Find a word from the passage which means the same as ‘temporary’.   

Answers:

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READING COMPREHENSION-10

Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow:   ( 5 marks )

           The greenhouse effect is when the temperature rises because the sun’s heat and light is trapped in the earth’s atmosphere. This is like when heat is trapped in a car. On a very hot day, the car gets hotter when it is out in the parking lot. This is because the heat and light from the sun can get into the car, by going through the windows, but it can’t get back out. This is what the greenhouse, effect does to the earth. The heat and light can get through the atmosphere, but it can’t get out. As a result, the temperature rises.

             The greenhouse effect makes the earth appropriate for people to live on. Without it, the earth would be freezing or on the other hand it would be burning hot. It would be freezing at night because the sun would be down. During the day, especially during the summer, it would be burning because the sun would be up with no atmosphere to filter it, so people, plants and animals would be exposed to all the light and heat.

               Although the greenhouse effect makes the earth able to have people living on it, if there gets to be too many gases, the earth can get unusually warmer, and many plants, animals, and people will die. Plants like corn, wheat, and other vegetables and fruits would not be able to take the heat. This would cause us to have less food to eat, but it would also limit the food that animals have. With less food, like grass, for the animals that we need to survive (like cows) we would even have less food. Gradually, people, plants and animals would all die of hunger.

On the basis of your reading of the passage, answer the following questions briefly:

1.When does greenhouse effect rise?

 2.Why is the global temperature rising?

Fill in the blanks :

3.Greenhouse effect is essential for our existence as _______________.

 4.Without the greenhouse effect, the earth would be_______________.

 5.The word which means ‘to be able to live by doing efforts’ is________.

Answers :

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GK 124: CONSTITUTION DAY QUIZ-3

QUIZ LINK

26th Novemeber is celebrated as the Indian Constitution Day in India and here is a quiz containing 20 questions.

Similar quizzes:

Constitution Day quiz -1

Constitution Day quiz -2

GK 123: CONSTITUTION DAY QUIZ-2

26th Novemeber is celebrated as the Indian Constitution Day in India and here is a quiz containing 20 questions. The main theme of the quiz is ” Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties”.

link of the quiz

Similar quizzes:

Constitution Quiz-1

Constitution Quiz-3

26th Novemeber is celebrated as the Indian Constitution Day in India and here is a quiz containing 20 questions. The main theme of the quiz is ” Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties”.

link of the quiz

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Constitution Quiz-1

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GE36: INTERSTING ENGLISH

Here is a collection of few interesting words and sentences from the English language. This helps us create interest towards the language.

  1. Write some sentence that contain all the letters of the English Alphabet?

A quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.

Pack my box with five dozen liquor jugs

(A pangram, or holoalphabetic sentence, is a sentence that contains every letter of the alphabet at least once. )

2. Write some words that contain all the vowels?

Education, Evaluation,Eulogia,Delusionary,Equivocally,Homosexuality,Audiometry

3. Write a word that contains the vowels in a sequenetial order.

  • abstemious.
  • abstenious.
  • acedious.

4. Write some words that contain animals in their spellings?

Elephant, pants, chant, forbearance,catapult, catridge, coward, bearing, dogma, feel, blouse, brat, bowl, fowl, selfish, batter etc.

5.Write some words that contain numbers in their spellings?

tender, tentacle, anyone, someone, canine, feminine, weight, weighty.

6. What is the most commonly used letter in the English language?

answer: e

7. How many words in the English language end with ‘gry’?

Answer: Only angry and hungry.

8. What is the dot on top of the letter i and j is called?

Answer:The dot on top of the letter i and j is called “tittle”.

9. What is the longest word in the English language?

Answer:“Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis”

10. Write some words which contain any single vowel four times?

Answer: Reference, Excellence

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GK 122: GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

This quiz contains 10 questions.

GE 35: SENTENCE IMPROVEMENT

This quiz contains 10 questions of sentence improvement, useful for various competitive exams. In each sentence, some part is kept in brackets. The part kept in sentence requires some correction. Identify the correct option from the options indicated. If you think there is no requirement of correction, choose no improvement.

GK 121: GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

GE34: Wonderful Words

The following is a collection of some interesting words. You will also find the connection between puri jagannath and English. Learn and enjoy!

JUGGERNAUT:

a huge wagon, an unstoppable force

Origin: Lord Puri Jagannath, jagat( world) became jugger and nath( the lord) became naut

Example : The juggernaut of global warming

Broadcast:

To spread the good word.It actually meant ” to scatter seed’. Initially used in Van Gogh’s paintings, the verb was applied to spreading the word over radios. With the latest web technology, the word ‘Webcst’ became popular.

Example: AIR broadcasted the event.

FRIBBLE:

To kill time, a frivolous or foolish person.

Example: People fribble freebies

PHANTASMAGORIA:

a flickering series of phantoms, apparitions, vision, or illusionary images.

Origin : Greek word ‘Phantsma’ which means to show.

Example:

My childhood was a phantasamgoria of horror and mystery”

SALARY:

pay, wage

From the Latin word ‘salarium’ which means ” salt allowance”.

During Roman times, salt was worth its weight in gold and soldiers were sometimes paid in salt, hence the word “salary”

Example : I have not received my salary yet.

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GK120: SPORTS AND GAMES

Games and sports are two closely related concepts. Games refer to activities done for amusement, recreation or fun. Sports on the other hand refer to a physical activity where individuals or team compete for entertainment purposes.

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GK119: GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

This quiz contains 15 questions from different fields.

QUOTES BY JAWAHAR LAL NEHRU

” A theory must be tempered with reality”

” Action itself, so long as I am convinced that it is right action, gives me satisfaction”

” Action to be effective must be directed to clearly conceived ends.”

” Crises and deadlocks when they occur have at least this advantage, that they force us to think.”

” Culture is the widening of the mind and of the spirit.”

” Facts are facts and will not disappear on account of your likes.”

” Failure comes only when we forget our ideals and objectives and principles.’

” Great causes and little men go ill together.”

” It is only too easy to make suggestions and later try to escape the consequences of what we say.”

” Life is like a game of cards. The hand that is dealt you represents determinism: the way you play it is free will.” 

” The man who has gotten everything he wants is all in favour of peace and order.”

” The person who runs away exposes himself to that very danger more than a person who sits quietly.”

” The person who talks most of his own virtue is often the least virtuous.”

” The policy of being too cautious is the greatest risk of all.”

” The purely agitation attitude is not good enough for a detailed consideration of a subject.”

” There is perhaps nothing so bad and so dangerous in life as fear.”

” Those who are prepared to die for any cause are seldom defeated.”

” Time is not measured by the passing of years, but by what one what one feels and what one achieves.”

” We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures that we can have if only we see them with our eyes open.”

GK 118:GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

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N5: GALLANTRY AWARDS OF INDIA

                                                GALLANTRY AWARDS

Post-independence, first three gallantry awards namely Param Vir Chakra, Maha Vir Chakra and Vir Chakra were instituted by the Government of India on 26th January, 1950 which were deemed to have effect from the 15th August, 1947.

Thereafter, other three gallantry awards i.e. Ashoka Chakra Class-I, Ashoka Chakra Class-II and Ashoka Chakra Class-III were instituted by the Government of India on 4th January, 1952, which were deemed to have effect from the 15th August, 1947. These awards were renamed as Ashoka Chakra, Kirti Chakra and Shaurya Chakra respectively in January, 1967.

These gallantry awards are announced twice in a year – first on the occasion of the Republic Day and then on the occasion of the Independence Day. Order of precedence of these awards is the Param Vir Chakra, the Ashoka Chakra, the Mahavir Chakra, the Kirti Chakra, the Vir Chakra and the Shaurya Chakra.

                                 Wartime Gallantry Awards

These awards are given posthumously.

Param Vir Chakra : Most conspicuous bravery or some daring or pre-eminent act of valour or self-sacrifice. Major Somnath Sharma was the first to receive this award.

Maha Vir ChakRa: Acts of bravery in the presence of the enemy on land, at sea or in the air.

Vir Chakra : Acts of bravery in the battle field.

                                        Peace Time Gallantry Awards

These awards are given posthumously.

Ashok Chakra: Most conspicuous bravery or some daring or pre-eminent act of valour or self-sacrifice, otherwise than in the presence of enemy.

Kirti Chakra: Conspicuous gallantry otherwise than in the presence of enemy.

Shaurya Chakra: National bravery generally given for counterinsurgency operations against the enemy during the peace time.

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GK 117: INDIAN POLITY

Indian Polity is one of the key components of all the competitive examinations and it is very interesting topic. Here is a quiz of some random questions from this part.

N4: NOBEL PRIZES

  • Nobel Prize was instituted by the inventor of dyanamite, Alfred Bernanrd Nobel.The awards are being given since 1901.
  • This award is given every year to those eminent persons who have made pioneering and path breaking discoveries in the fileds of Physics, Chemistry, Medicine, Pece, Literature and Economics.
  • The Nobel for Economics was instituted in 1964 and was first given in 1969.
  • Rabindranath Tagore was the first Indian to receive the honour for his work Gitanjali.
  • 8 Indians won Nobel so far.
  • Malala Yousafzai was the youngest ( 17 yesrs ) to have received the honour.
  • All the prizes are given in Stockhom, where as Peace prize is given in Oslo.
  • Marie Curie was the first woman and the first person to receive the honour twice.
  • The oldest person to receive the honour is Francis Peyton Rous ( at the age of 87 years.)
  • USA is the country with highest number of Nobel laureates.
  • No awards were given in the period of 1940-42.(there was no awarding due to the world war)

THE FIRST PERSONS TO WIN THE NOBEL IN VARIOUS FIELDS:

PHYSICS: Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen, Germany

CHEMISTRY: JcobusHernicus VAn’t Hoff

PHYSIOLOGY: Emil Adolf Von Behring

LITERATURE: Sully Prudhomme( France)

PEACE: Jean Henry Dunant( Germany) and Frederic Passy(France)

ECONOMICS: Ragnar Frisch( Norway) & Jan Tinbergen ( Netherlands)

NOBEL DOUBLERS:

Marie Curie for Physics (1903) and Chemistry(1911)

Linus Pauling for Chemistry (1954) and Peace ( 1962)

John Bardeen for Physics(1956& 1972)

Frederick Sanger for Chemistry (1958 & 1980)

RIVERS AND DISPUTING STATES

Krishna- Maharashtram Andhra Pradesh. Telangana, Karnataka

Godavari– Maharashtram Andhra Pradesh. Telangana, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka

Cauvery- Kerala, Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Puducherry

Narmada– Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra

Vamsadhara- Andhra Pradesh and Orissa

Mandovi- Goa and Karnataka

Ravi and Beas– Punjab and Haryana

Mullaperiyar– Kerala and Tamilnadu

GK 116: NEW YEARS OF DIFFERENT STATES

Though we all celebrate the new year day on 1st of January, according to the Gregorian calender, different states in India have different dates according to the saka calander. They name it differently according to the state language. Here are a few questions the new years of different states of India.

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GK 115: NATIONAL BOOK WEEK SPECIAL QUIZ

National Book Week is celebrated ever year to commemorate the birthday of first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. The celebrations all over the country commence from Children’s Day i.e. 14 November and continue till 20 November. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru loved children. He envisaged a future where children will grow up in an environment of book reading and book buying. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru instituted National Book Trust, India on 1 August 1957 with an objective to spread the book- reading culture thereby creating a learning society. Since its formation, the Trust has been actively involved in the promotion and publication of books in all major Indian languages and for all age groups and segments of the society.

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GK 114: CHILDREN’S DAY SPECIAL QUIZ

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Children’s Day is celebrated as a tribute to Nehru. Nehru, fondly called ‘Chacha Nehru’ was born on November 14, 1889. He was known for his affection for kids. He also established Children’s Film Society India in 1955 to create indigenous cinema exclusively for kids.

GK 113: FATHERS OF VARIOUS FIELDS

A pioneer in a particular field is popular as the father of that particular field. In the following quiz, let us find 20 questions on Fathers of various popular sciences and fields.

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QUIZ 112: VIGILANCE AWARENESS QUIZ

October 31 to November 6

The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) was set up by the Government of India in 1964.It acts as a watchdog to fight against corruption against the employees of Central Government, PSUs etc. The Commission has been observing Vigilance Awareness Week(VAW) every year since 2000 & begins in the week in which the Birth anniversary of Bharat Ratna Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel falls.This year VAW is observed from 31.10.2022 to 06.11.2022 with theme “Corruption Free India for a developed Nation”. The Web site of CVC is http://www.cvc.gov.in CVC is the designated authority to receive complaints under Public Interest Disclosure and Protection of Informers (PIDPI) Resolution 2004.

This quiz consists of 20 questions.

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QUIZ 111: NATIONAL EDUCATION DAY QUIZ

National Education Day is celebrated across the country, every year on November 11, to commemorate the birth anniversary of India’s First Education Minister Maulana Abul Kalam Azad.

Maulana Abul Kalam Azad served the country from 1947 to 1958 as the first minister of Education in Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’s cabinet.

The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) had decided on September 11, 2008, to celebrate November 11 as National Education Day every year.

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JNV LIBRARIANS RECRUITMENT TEST-2019 PAPER

This is the previous paper of JNV Librarian Recruitment Test-2019. Attempt this to assess your knowledge.

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GK 110: COMMUNICATION SERVICES

This quiz contains ten question on Communications and Information Technology.

NATIONAL SPORTS DAY (29-08-2022)

Here are a few quizzes curated for various age groups. Play and have fun!

https://quizway.in/2021/09/06/quiz-52-sports-special-for-seniors/

https://quizway.in/2021/08/18/quiz-43-gk-national-games/

https://quizway.in/2021/08/19/quiz-44-gk-playgrounds-and-arenas/

GK 109: 75 YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE-2

Here are a few questions that test your knowledge about what happened in independent India.

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GK 108: 75 YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE-1

India has completed 75 glorious years and here are a few quizzes to recall the important incidents that shaped the history of Independent India.

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KVS LIBRARIANS RECRUITMENT TEST-2017

This paper helps you to understand your level of preparation and the type of questions asked by KVS.

One can observe that the level of difficulty increased from 2017 onwards. Solve the paper and upgrade your preparation.

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HOW TO PREPARE FOR TGT/PGT ENGLISH FOR NVS RECRUITMENT-2022

Hello friends,

The greatest dilemma one has before giving an exam is always, where to start with our preparation for the examination. The JNV – PGT & TGT written exam is scheduled and the syllabus looks very wide. As expected, it isn’t an easy task. So, let’s go step wise to know how to start our preparation.

Section A – Reading Comprehension. It is the ability to comprehend, analyse and interpret unseen texts. This part can’t be completed in a week’s days or a month’s days. It requires great concentration, presence of mind. Reading shouldn’t be done quickly or in a hurry. In any exam skimming the passage for specific information, kills time. Don’t read the text several times, instead read the passage in the first time with reasonable speed and underline the new expressions or the expressions which are striking. It is usually preferrable to attempt the reading comprehension at the end of the exam at your pace.  Run your fingers through the passage while reading, it improves the concentration and dismisses the mind from being wavered.

Section B – Just like reading comprehension, writing too requires practice. Give more importance to the format of the writing skills, key words and expressions. As Bacon says “Reading maketh a full man”. Such important skill needs a lot of concentration and application. Understanding the content and applying the knowledge needs focus and years of practice.

Section C- Grammar and Usage. It is obvious that functional grammar is very helpful than the structural grammar. As one prepares for the exam in English, one reads several novels and stories. Biographies and texts usually give practical knowledge, even then having understanding about the Parts of Speech, Figures of Speech, structures and syntax is a must. In the written exam for TGT (subjective) in the year 2012, there was a question as,

Identify the parts of the speech of the underlined words in the sentences given below.

  1. The child is fast asleep.
  2. The train runs very fast.
  3. Sita is in fasting today.
  4. Fasting and Feasting is a novel by Anita Desai.

Although the question paper isn’t subjective, there is every possibility for such questions to be seen. Thorough knowledge of grammar is a must when a candidate applies for the position of English PGT/TGT.

Section D – The most crucial section which decides the destiny is the literature section. The syllabus is vast, there are many things to remember. In reading and writing skills the application part takes the prominent position but in Literature, it is the identification of the characters. There isn’t much to understand. For example, you read all the novels of RK Narayan and understood every story and enjoyed the literature (this is the prime moto of any story) but the questions in the exam checks your identification. “Who is the speaker in the above lines” is the question, one must remember the characters of the stories. Is it Ramani, in ‘The Dark Room’ or Krishna in ‘The English Teacher’, if the candidates fails to recall the protagonists or the characters then years of reading the novels turns to be of no use. So, presence of mind and careful analysis is important in deciphering the answers.

It is said that half preparation is done the very day when one acquires the study material. Instead of preparing the content with the help of practice papers, one must first know the contents of the literature, then practice with the test papers. Different publication books on UGC-NET/SET/JRF English Literature are handy in the preparation for PGT/TGT. Many different publications are available in the market, like ‘Toppers Notes, Bookhive, Barron’s Study Keys and so on. I personally prefer Trueman’s Specific Series, (we have number of books and editions available in the market) as it has vivid description of different ages, writers, content followed by several practice papers.

Finally, I conclude this with a suggestion that whatever one does before the exam, it must be done with positive attitude. Don’t be carried away by the figures and statistics as, none of us are in need of more than one position.  Instead of looking for short-cuts, take a straight route.

“ALL THE BEST”

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PREVIOUS PAPER – KVS LIBRARIAN RECRUITMENT TEST- 2013

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LSCLF 15:CURRENT TRENDS IN LIBRARY CLASSIFICATION

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LSCLF 13:COLON CLASSIFICATION (CC)

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LSCLF 11.1:COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE 19TH (1979), 20TH (1989) AND 2IST (1996) EDITIONS THE DEWEY DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION

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LSCLF 10.3 DEWEY DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION-3

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LSCLF 10.2: DEWEY DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION (DDC) -2

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  • LS CAT4.2: TYPES OF CATALOGUES-2
    “Don’t be pushed around by the fears in your mind. Be led by the dreams in your heart.”― Roy T. Bennett This quiz is useful for the aspirants of Library Science. Students appearing for UGC NET, SLET, KVS Librarian and NVS Librarian and DSSSB Librarian etc. can practice these exams. This is designed to give conceptual … Read more
  • LINKS TO APPLY FOR VARIOUS POSTS OF KVS -2022
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  • NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY TEST-16
    The National Policy on Education (NPE) aims at promoting education amongst the people. The policy covers elementary education in both rural and urban India. The first NEP was promulgated in 1968 and the second by Rajiv Gandhi in 1986, and the third by P.V. Narsimha Rao on 1992. SOURCE: NEP 2020 – Innovate India (mygov.in) The … Read more
  • KVS -Syllabus for the post of -Librarian
    The questions will be testing the depth of understanding and application of the conceptsat the level of Graduation. Syllabus forthepost of -LibrarianThe questions will be testing the depth of understanding and application ofthe conceptsat the level of Graduation.I.Foundation of Library &InformationScience. – Five Laws of Library Science. Implications of five laws in Lib. & Inf. … Read more

LSCLF 10.1: DEWEY DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION (DDC) -1

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  • LS CAT4.2: TYPES OF CATALOGUES-2
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  • LINKS TO APPLY FOR VARIOUS POSTS OF KVS -2022
    KVS भर्ती विज्ञापन 15/2022 व 16/2022 में ऑनलाइन आवेदन हेतु निम्न लिंक पर क्लिक करें : LINKS TO APPLY FOR VARIOUS POSTS OF KVS -2022 AC/Principal/ VP PGT TGT/PRT Librarian and Other Non Teaching Posts
  • LS CAT 4.1: TYPES OF CATALOGUES-1
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  • NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY TEST-16
    The National Policy on Education (NPE) aims at promoting education amongst the people. The policy covers elementary education in both rural and urban India. The first NEP was promulgated in 1968 and the second by Rajiv Gandhi in 1986, and the third by P.V. Narsimha Rao on 1992. SOURCE: NEP 2020 – Innovate India (mygov.in) The … Read more
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GK 107: Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav-3

This quiz consists of questions from the freedom struggle of India and landscape of India.

Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav is an initiative of the Government of India to celebrate and commemorate 75 years of independence and the glorious history of it’s people, culture and achievements.

This Mahotsav is dedicated to the people of India who have not only been instrumental in bringing India thus far in its evolutionary journey but also hold within them the power and potential to enable Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of activating India 2.0, fuelled by the spirit of Aatmanirbhar Bharat.

The official journey of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav commenced on 12th March 2021 which started a 75-week countdown to our 75th anniversary of independence and will end post a year on 15th August 2023. 

Source: Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, Ministry of Culture, Government of India

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NVS LIBRARIANS MODEL TEST-2

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NVS LIBRARIANS MODEL TEST-1

Dear aspirants, this quiz comprises 80 questions. 1-60 questions are Library Science, 61-70 are Teaching aptitude questions and 71-80 are on NEP. This test is only for part-V of the test.

There is negative marking for wrong answers. -0.25 for each wrong answer.Correct answer would give you 1 mark. Wish you good luck!

Time limit : 2 hours

Welcome to your NVS LIBRARIANS PRACTICE TEST-1

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1. Who enunciated Mathematical theory of information?

2. What is the essential element of information society?

3.In which country was the word 'Information' first used?

4. Who enunciated Semantic theory of information?

5. What is the meaning of handbook?

6.The meaning of the Boolean expression A or B is to such set, which ahs

7.Bibliotheca Bibliographia was compiled by

8. International cataloguing is a quarterly bulletin of

9. What is the name of national library of England?

10. If there are two authors for a book, how main entry will be prepared according to CCC?

11. What is tell tale title?

12. Complex subjects are obtained by which modes of formation?

13. One kilobyte is equal to

14. The term 'cybernatics' was coined by..

15. Which type of protocol is used by interface for Public Data Network(PDN)?

16. Critical Path Method was developed by...

17. 'Canon of Recall Value' was enunciated by//

18. The short title formed on the spine of the book is known as....

19. The personality facet for Main class Z Law is taken from...

20. Table 2 of DDC deals with

21. Who developed the chain indexing?

22. Missing link in Chain Procedure is the link in which

23.Chain procedure is processed with the help of...

24. What is the publication frequency of Physics Abstracts?

25. Which committee was appointed in 1927 to enquire in to the inadequacy of public libraries in England and Wales?

26. British Public Libraries and Museum Act was enacted in

27. In 1950. Library development Plan was drafted by...

28. Mathematical Review is published by...

29. standards and patents are unique sources of

30. Canon of Prepotence is concerned with

31. How is information produced?

32. Universal Bibliographic Control was primarily launhed by...

33. The communication process begins with a

34. The study of control and communicate in both animals and machines is known as

35. The first English Scientific Journal is

36. A publication which contains mainly original matter is known as

37. Photographs, Charts, Drawings,etc. come under

38. According to Ranganathan the totality of ideas conserved through human civilization is

39. A library that is entitled by law to receive a free copy of every book publi9shed is

40. Right to read programme was introduced in 1970s in..

41. List of works by and on a person is

42. Which is the latest edition of CCC?

43. What is the trade name of visible index?

44. A collection of images, organised for information processing and retreival is

45. Which visual information retrieval interface is based on text tiling?

46. What percentage of the total money of the budget is to be spent on the binding of books of the library?

47. Zero based budget emphasises more on

48. PART is a method of..

49. Nibble refers to how many bits?

50. The programs of the computer are written in

51. What did help in promoting OPACs?

52. The controlled vocabulary in indexing means

53. P-notes are used in which classification system

54. Who started Science citation index?

55. When was UGC set up in India?

56. What are special libraries?

57. What are the three main units of the computer?

58. The Drury principles are related with which of the folowing?

59. Name the administrative principle which lays emphasis on one supervisor and one plan for a group of activities having same objective?

60. The classified part of CCC consists of main entry and