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MACHINE FORMATS: MARC AND CCF-2
#1. When did Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) evolve a standard for bibliographical references?
#2. In which year, the sixteenth Indian Standards Convention of ISI held in Bhopal?
The sixteenth Indian Standards Convention of ISI held in Bhopal inOctober 1975 discussed the issue of standardisation of bibliographic information inthe context of machine-readable records. Continued efforts taken by ISI in this direti9 n resulted in design and publication of a standard IS: 11370-1985 titled `Guide fordata elements and Record Format for Computer Based Bibliographic Description of
different Kinds of Documents’ in July 1986. Structure of this format conforms to ISO 2709 -1981
PERSONAL AUTHORS (WESTERN AND INDIC NAMES)
#3. "The person chiefly responsible for the creation of the intellectual or artistic content of a work"?
#4. Who developed rules for a Dictionary Catalogue?
#5. In author cataloguing, ............ is chosen as heading?
#6. How many rules are there in AACR-2R under `Choice of Name' ?
#7. In AACR-2R under `Choice of Name', how many rules are there for pseudonyms?
#8. Which of the following does not come under the category of Title of nobility or honour?
#9. According to CCC, t "the safest course to determine the choice of the heading is to rely on the Canon of........
#10. Which Canon says that, "states that the information found in the title page and its overflow pages of a document should be the guide for a cataloguer"?
#11. The part of the name that intitates the heading is called..?
#12. How many rules are prescribed by AACR-2R for determining the entry element and rendering the full heading?
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