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LS CAT5.2: KINDS OF ENTRIES-2
#1. When was Classified Catalogue Code (CCC) published?
Ranganathan published his Classified Catalogue Code (CCC) in 1934. The Code went through five editions during his lifetime.
#2. Identify the standard lists which are commonly used in libraries for deciding the subject headings for documents?
#3. Wha is the method of deriving subject headings using Ranganathan's classification principles called?
#4. Identify the entries with call or class numbers in their leading section?
#5. What is the "Specific Entry giving maximum information about the whole of a document."?
#6. Which Index Entries direct the user to the Classified Part of the catalogue where materials on different subjects are arranged in a filiatory sequence with an indication of the relevant Class Number?
#7. Which entries are specific Added Word Entries provided for a document?
#8. The the type of entry that "usually directs the readers attention from one heading to another synonymous one in the Alphabetical Part"?
In the Classified Catalogue, a Cross Reference Index Entry may be one of the following five types:
Alternative Name Entry
Editor-of-Series Entry and
#9. What are also known as ` Analytical Entries'?
#10. References are of _____types.
References are of two types; `See’ Reference and `See also’ Reference See also References are provided when there are entries in a catalogue under both Referred-From and Referred-to heading forms.
#11. Dr. Ranganathan's chain procedure is meant for
#12. Multiple Access points in a Catalogue are provided by
#13. AACR-1 was published in
#14. AACR-2 was published in
#15. Sear list of subject headings is published by
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