LSM 9.1 : TECHNICAL PROCESSING-1

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#1. What are the other names given to the Technical Department?

The technical processing work consists of classification and cataloguing ofdocuments in accordance with a carefully chosen scheme of classification and code for cataloguing and also in keeping with the requirements of the internal and external forms of the catalogue decided for the library.

#2. Which laws of Library Science by Ranganathan have forced librarians to seek new procedures in the arrangement and management of the collection.?

Five Laws of Library Science:

1. Books Are For Use
2. Every Reader His/Her Book
3. Every Book Its Reader
4. Save The Time Of The Reader
5. The Library Is A Growing Organism

#3. What are the advantages of technical processing?

#4. What are the three components of the call number of a document?

#5. Name the entry in the catalogue which contains the maximum information about a document?

#6. An issue system wherein circulation control is effected through the use of a Book Card containing information about a document and Borrower's Ticket containing in-formation about the borrower is called as?

#7. The information given in a catalogue entry to describe a document is termed as...

#8. What is CRE?

The abbreviation of Cross Reference Entry. It is used in the context of CCC.

#9. What is CRIE?

The abbreviation for Cross Reference Index Entry, It is used in the context of CCC.

#10. The word or word-group appearing as the first part of the heading in a catalogue entry is known as...

#11. What is Library hand?

#12. What is Precise?

#13. Who developed Precise?

#14. What is POPSI?

#15. Who developed POPSI?

The abbreviation for Postulate-based Permuted Subject Indexing. It was developed-by the
Documentation Re-search and Training Centre, Bangalore.

#16. How many pages are there in a section?

A set of pages in a book printed together using a large sheet of paper which is later brought into
the book size by folding. Normally, a section will be a set of 16 pages.

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