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#1. Who defined a periodical as"a publication issued in successive parts usually at regular intervals and as a rule intended to be continued indefinitely"?

#2. Who defines a serial as "a publication in printed form or not issued in successive parts usually having numerical or chronological designations and intended to be continued indefinitely" ?

#3. Which of the following comes under the purview of serials?

#4. Which of the following are example of exchange agreement of serials and periodicals?

#5. Which is wrong regarding acquisition of periodicals through purchase?

#6. Identify the various methods of receiving periodicals by a librry?

#7. Which is true regarding the ledger system of receiving periodicals?

#8. In the card system of receiving periodicals, what is the size of the cards used?

#9. Who introduced the the Three Card System?

#10. What are the dimensions of the three different cards used in the three card system ?

#11. Which of the following is not a card in the three cars system?

#12. Which of the three cards in the three card system contains the details like the name of the periodical, the name of supplier, the periodicity etc.?

#13. How are the register cards arranged in the tray to facilitate the title approach?

#14. Which Card is the most important contribution of the three card system?

#15. Which card shows the volumes available in the library in the case of each periodical?

These cards, as their names imply, are arranged in a classified order according to the Class Numbers given to periodicals.

#16. Who introduced The Kardex System?

#17. Which is true regarding the Kardex system?

#18. Which of the following statements are true?


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