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

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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.

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#1. Who made the English translation of Prussian Rules ?

#2. Which cataloguing code represented the German practice ?

#3. Whaere is the the Vatican Library located?

#4. Who wrote the foreword to the English translation of the Vatican code?

#5. Who claimed the Vatican code as "the most complete statement of American cataloguing practice."?

#6. Which of the following regarding the Vatican code is not correct?

#7. Ranganathan's Classified Catalogue Code with Additional Rules for Dictionary Catalogue Code. Ed 5. Assisted by whom?

#8. When was the first edition of Ranganthan's Classified Catalogue Code released?

The first edition appeared in 1934

 

The second edition (1945)

 

The third edition (1951)

 

The fourth edition (1955)

 

The fourth edition (1964)

#9. When was the fifth edition of Ranganthan's Classified Catalogue Code released?

The first edition appeared in 1934

 

The second edition (1945)

 

The third edition (1951)

 

The fourth edition (1955)

 

The fourth edition (1964)

#10. When was the second edition of Ranganthan's Classified Catalogue Code released?

The first edition appeared in 1934

 

The second edition (1945)

 

The third edition (1951)

 

The fourth edition (1955)

 

The fourth edition (1964)

#11. When was the third edition of Ranganthan's Classified Catalogue Code released?

The first edition appeared in 1934

 

The second edition (1945)

 

The third edition (1951)

 

The fourth edition (1955)

 

The fourth edition (1964)

#12. When was the fourth edition of Ranganthan's Classified Catalogue Code released?

The first edition appeared in 1934

 

The second edition (1945)

 

The third edition (1951)

 

The fourth edition (1955)

 

The fourth edition (1964)

#13. Which edition of CCC demonstrated the symbiotic relationship between classification and cataloging and evolved chain procedure for subject cataloguing/indexing?

#14. What are the features of the second edition of the CCC?

#15. Which edition of the CCC contains added rules for compiling union catalogue of periodical publications, abstracting periodical?

#16. Which edition of the CCC contains a glossary of English Sanskrit terms to be helpful for developing cognate terminology in other Indian languages?

#17. Which edition of CCC eliminated the need for a separate dictionary catalogue code?

The fourth edition (1955) implemented the lay-out for a catalogue code (in the light of Heading and Canons), added supplementary rules for national bibliography, rearranged the rules for determination of authorship, choice of heading andrendering the heading. It also incorporated further additional rules for style ofwriting effecting corresponding changes in the rules for alphabetisation. Thisedition, as a result of his comparative study of five codes (Heading and Canonspublished in 1955) madenecessary further corrections and alterations whicheliminated the need for a separate dictionary catalogue code.

#18. Which of the statements regarding the fifth edition of CCC are true?

#19. When was AACR-1 published for the first time?

Anglo-American cataloging rules

#20. Where was the International Conference on Cataloguing Principles convened?

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