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  • 1. Signature and Name of Invigilator Answer Sheet No. : ...................................................... (To be filled by the Candidate)1. (Signature) Roll No. (Name) (In figures as per admission card)2. (Signature) Roll No. (In words) (Name) Test Booklet No. J—5 9 0 5 PAPER—II LIBRARY & INFORMATION SCIENCETime : 1¼ hours] [Maximum Marks : 100Number of Pages in this Booklet : 24 Number of Questions in this Booklet : 50 Instructions for the Candidates ÂÚUèÿææçÍüØô¢ ·ð¤ çÜ° çÙÎðüàæ1. Write your roll number in the space provided on the top of 1. ÂãÜðU ÂëDU ·ð¤ ª¤ÂÚU çÙØÌ SÍæÙ ÂÚU ¥ÂÙæ ÚUôÜU ِÕÚU çÜç¹°Ð this page. 2. §â ÂýàÙ-˜æ ×𢠿æâ Õãéçß·¤ËÂèØ ÂýàÙ ãñ¢Ð2. This paper consists of fifty multiple-choice type of questions. 3. ÂÚUèÿææ ÂýæڐUÖ ãôÙð ÂÚU, ÂýàÙ-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ ¥æ·¤ô Îð Îè ÁæØð»èÐ ÂãÜðU ÂUæ¡¿ ç×ÙÅU3. At the commencement of examination, the question booklet will be given to you. In the first 5 minutes, you are ¥æ·¤ô ÂýàÙ-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ ¹ôÜÙð ÌÍæ ©â·¤è çِÙçÜç¹Ì Áæ¡¿ ·ð¤ çÜ° çÎØð requested to open the booklet and compulsorily examine it ÁæØð¢»ð çÁâ·¤è Áæ¡¿ ¥æ·¤ô ¥ßàØ ·¤ÚUÙè ãñ Ñ as below : (i) ÂýàÙ-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ ¹ôÜÙð ·ð¤ çÜ° ©â·ð¤ ·¤ßÚU ÂðÁ¤ÂÚU Ü»è ·¤æ»Á ·¤è (i) To have access to the Question Booklet, tear off the âèÜ ·¤ô ȤæǸU Üð¢UÐ ¹éÜè ãé§ü Øæ çÕÙæ SÅUè·¤ÚU-âèÜU ·¤è ÂéçSÌ·¤æ paper seal on the edge of this cover page. Do not Sßè·¤æÚU Ù ·¤Úð¢UÐ accept a booklet without sticker-seal and do not accept an open booklet. (ii) ·¤ßÚU ÂëDU ÂÚU ÀUÂð çÙÎðüàææÙéâæÚU ÂýàÙ-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ ·ð¤ ÂëDU ÌÍæ ÂýàÙô¢ ·¤è (ii) Tally the number of pages and number of questions ⢁Øæ ·¤ô ¥‘ÀUè ÌÚUã ¿ñ·¤ ·¤ÚU Üð¢U ç·¤ Øð ÂêÚðU ãñ¢UÐ ÎôáÂê‡æü ÂéçSÌ·¤æ in the booklet with the information printed on the çÁÙ×ð¢ ÂëDU / ÂýàÙ ·¤× ãô¢ Øæ ÎéÕæÚUæ ¥æ »Øð ãô¢ Øæ âèçÚUØÜU ×ð¢ Ù ãô¢ cover page. Faulty booklets due to pages/questions ¥ÍæüÌ ç·¤âè Öè Âý·¤æÚU ·¤è ˜æéçÅUÂê‡æü ÂéçSÌ·¤æ Sßè·¤æÚU Ù ·¤Úð¢U ÌÍæ missing or duplicate or not in serial order or any ©âè â×Ø ©âð ÜUõÅUæ·¤ÚU ©â·ð¤ SÍæÙ ÂÚU ÎêâÚUè âãè ÂýàÙ-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ other discrepancy should be got replaced immediately Üð Üð¢Ð U §â·ð¤ çÜ° ¥æ·¤ô Âæ¡¿ ç×ÙÅU çÎØð ÁæØð¢»ðÐ ©â·ð¤ ÕæÎ Ù by a correct booklet from the invigilator within the period of 5 minutes. Afterwards, neither the question Ìô ¥æ·¤è ÂýàÙ-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ ßæÂâ Üè ÁæØð»è ¥õÚU Ù ãè ¥æ·¤ô booklet will be replaced nor any extra time will be ¥çÌçÚUQ¤ â×Ø çÎØæ ÁæØð»æÐ given. (iii) §â Áæ¡¿ ·ð¤ ÕæÎ ÂýàÙ-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ ·¤è R¤× ⢁Øæ ©žæÚU-˜淤 ÂÚU ¥¢ç·¤Ì (iii) After this verification is over, the Serial No. of the ·¤Úð¢U ¥UõÚU ©žæÚU-˜淤 ·¤è R¤×¤â¢Øæ §â ÂýàÙ-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ ÂÚU ¥¢ç·¤Ì ·¤ÚU booklet should be entered in the Answer-sheets and ÎðÐ ¢ the Serial No. of Answer Sheet should be entered on this Booklet. 4. ÂýˆØð·¤ ÂýàÙ ·ð¤ çÜ° ¿æÚU ©žæÚU çß·¤Ë (A), (B), (C) ÌÍæ (D) çÎØð »Øð ãñ¢Ð4. Each item has four alternative responses marked (A), (B), ¥æ·¤ô âãè ©žæÚU ·ð¤ Îèƒæüßëžæ ·¤ô ÂðÙ âð ÖÚU·¤ÚU ·¤æÜæ ·¤ÚUÙæ ãñ Áñâæ ç·¤ Ùè¿ð (C) and (D). You have to darken the oval as indicated çιæØæ »Øæ ãñÐ below on the correct response against each item. ©ÎæãÚU‡æ Ñ A B C D Example : A B C D ÁÕç·¤ (C) âãè ©žæÚU ãñÐ where (C) is the correct response. 5. ÂýàÙô¢ ·ð¤ ©žæÚU ·ð¤ßÜU Âýà٠˜æ I ·ð¤ ¥‹ÎÚU çÎØð »Ø𠩞æÚU-˜淤 ÂÚU ãè ¥¢ç·¤Ì5. Your responses to the items are to be indicated in the Answer ·¤ÚUÙð ãñ¢Ð ØçÎ ¥æ ©žæÚU ˜淤 ÂÚU çÎØð »Øð Îèƒæüßëžæ ·ð¤ ¥Üæßæ ç·¤âè ¥‹Ø Sheet given inside the Paper I booklet only. If you mark SÍæÙ ÂÚU ©žæÚU 翋ãæ¢ç·¤Ì ·¤ÚUÌð ãñ, Ìô ©â·¤æ ×êËUØ梷¤Ù Ùãè¢ ãô»æÐ at any place other than in the ovals in the Answer Sheet, it will not be evaluated. 6. ¥‹ÎÚU çÎØð »Øð çÙÎðüàæô¢ ·¤ô ŠØæÙÂêßü·¤ Âɸð¢UÐ6. Read instructions given inside carefully. 7. ·¤“ææ ·¤æ× (Rough Work) §â ÂéçSÌ·¤æ ·ð¤ ¥ç‹Ì× ÂëDU ÂÚU ·¤Úð¢UÐ7. Rough Work is to be done in the end of this booklet. 8. ØçÎ ¥æ ©žæÚU-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ ÂÚU ¥ÂÙæ Ùæ× Øæ °ðâæ ·¤ô§ü Öè çÙàææÙ çÁââð ¥æ·¤è8. If you write your name or put any mark on any part of the Âã¿æÙ ãô â·ð¤, ¤ç·¤âè Öè Öæ» ÂÚU ÎàææüÌð Øæ ¥¢ç·¤Ì ·¤ÚUÌð ãñ¢ Ìô ÂÚUèÿææ ·ð¤ test booklet, except for the space allotted for the relevant çÜØð ¥Øô‚Ø ƒæôçáÌ ·¤ÚU çÎØð ÁæØð¢»ðÐ entries, which may disclose your identity, you will render yourself liable to disqualification. 9. ¥æ·¤ô ÂÚUèÿææ â×æ# ãôÙð ¤ÂÚU ©žæÚU-ÂéçSÌ·¤æ çÙÚUèÿæ·¤ ×ãôÎØ ·¤ô ÜUõÅUæÙæ9. You have to return the test question booklet to the ¥æßàØ·¤ ãñ ¥õÚU ÂÚUèÿææ â×æç# ·ð¤ ÕæÎ ¥ÂÙð âæÍ ÂÚUèÿææ ÖßÙ âð ÕæãÚU Ù invigilators at the end of the examination compulsorily Üð·¤ÚU ÁæØð¢Ð and must not carry it with you outside the Examination 10. ·ð¤ßÜ ÙèÜð / ·¤æÜð ÕæÜU Œßæ§ZÅU ÂñÙ ·¤æ ãè §SÌð×æÜ ·¤Úð¢UÐ Hall.10. Use only Blue/Black Ball point pen. 11. ç·¤âè Öè Âý·¤æÚU ·¤æ ⢻‡æ·¤ (·ñ¤Ü·é¤ÜðÅUÚU) UØæ Üæ» ÅðUÕÜ ¥æçÎ ·¤æ11. Use of any calculator or log table etc., is prohibited. ÂýØô» ßçÁüÌ ãñÐ12. There is NO negative marking. 12. »ÜÌ ©žæÚU ·ð¤ çÜ° ¥¢·¤ Ùãè¢ ·¤æÅðU ÁæØð¢»ðÐJ—5905 1 P.T.O.
  • 2. LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE PAPER—IINote : This paper contains fifty (50) multiple-choice questions, each question carrying two (2) marks. Attempt all of them.1. The fundamental equation of Information Science has been put forward by : (A) Michael Buckland (B) Robert Brooks (C) Marc Porat (D) Wersig Gernot2. Source, Message, Transmitter and receiver are the components of communication model developed by : (A) Shannon - Weaver (B) Schramm (C) Lasswell (D) George Gerbner3. Who said that Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves or we know where we can find information about it ? (A) S.R. Ranganathan (B) W.C.Berwick Sayers (C) Samuel Johnson (D) H.E.Bliss4. The acronym for Association for Information Management is : (A) IAMA (B) AIM (C) ASLIB (D) IIM5. Census Atlas National Volume is an example of _________ Atlas : (A) Local (B) Historical (C) Demographic (D) Anthropological6. COMPENDEX is the on-line Database on the subject : (A) Physics (B) Commerce and Export (C) Analytical Chemistry (D) Engineering7. Routing of periodicals is : (A) CAS (B) SDI (C) Indexing Service (D) Abstracting Service8. The subject ‘Research Methodology’ has been formed by which of the following modes ? (A) Fusion (B) Distillation (C) Fission (D) Loose AssemblageJ—5905 2
  • 3. ÂéSÌ·¤æÜØ °ß¢ âê¿Ùæ çߙææÙ ÂýàÙ˜æ—IIÙôÅU Ñ §â ÂýàÙ˜æ ×𢠿æâ (50) Õãé-çß·¤ËÂUèØ ÂýàÙ ãñ¢Ð ÂýˆØð·¤ ÂýàÙ ·ð¤ Îô (2) ¥¢·¤ ãñ¢Ð âÖè ÂýàÙô¢ ·ð¤ ©žæÚU ÎèçÁ°Ð1. âê¿Ùæ çߙææÙ ·¤æ ¥æÏæÚÖêÌ â×跤ڇæ ç·¤âÙð çÎØæ? (A) ç×·ñ¤Ü Õ·¤Üñ´Ç (B) ÚæÕÅü Õýé€â (C) ×æ·ü¤ ÂæðÚæÅ (D) ßðçâü» »ÙæüÅ2. dæðÌ, â´ßæÎ, Âýðá·¤ ¥æñÚ Âýæ·¤ __________ mæÚæ çß·¤çâÌ ‘·¤ØéçÙ·ð¤àæÙ ×æòÇðܒ ·ð¤ ƒæÅ·¤ ãñ´ Ñ (A) àæñÙÙ ßèßÚ (B) Ÿææ× (C) ÜæâßðÜ (D) ÁæÁü »ÕüÙÚ3. ç·¤âÙð ·¤ãæ ãñ ç·¤ ™ææÙ Îæð Âý·¤æÚ ·¤æ ãæðÌæ ãñÐ ã× ç·¤âè çßáØ ·¤æð SßØ´ ÁæÙ â·¤Ìð ãñ´, ¥Íßæ ã× ÁæÙÌð ãñ´ ç·¤ ©â·ð¤ ª¤ÂÚ âê¿Ùæ ·¤ãæ¡ âð ç×Ü â·¤Ìè ãñ ? (A) °â.¥æÚ. Ú´»ÙæÍÙ (B) ǎÜê.âè. ÕßüçÚ·¤ âðØâü (C) âñ×é°Ü ÁæÙâÙ (D) °¿.§ü. çŽÜâ4. “°âæðçâ°àæ٠ȤæòÚ §´È¤æ×ðüàæÙ ×ñÙðÁ×ð´Å” ·¤æ â´çÿæ# M¤Â ãñ Ñ (A) ¥æ§ü.°.°×.°. (B) °.¥æ§ü.°×. (C) °âçÜÕ (D) ¥æ§ü.¥æ§ü.°×.5. âð´ââ °ÅÜâ ÙðàæÙÜ ßæËØé× — °ÅÜâ ·¤æ ©Îæãڇæ ãñ Ñ (A) SÍæÙèØ (B) °ðçÌãæçâ·¤ (C) ÁÙæ´·¤·¤èØ (D) ÙëÌˆß çߙææÙ6. ‘·¤æ´Âð´Çð€â’ __________ çßáØ ÂÚ ¥æòÙÜæ§Ù ÇðÅæÕðâ ãñÐ (A) çȤçÁ€â (B) ·¤æ×âü ÌÍæ °€âÂæðÅü (C) °ÙæçÜçÅ·¤Ü ·ð¤×ðSÅþè (D) §´çÁÙèØçÚ´»7. ˜æ-Âç˜æ·¤æ¥æð´ ·¤æ ‘Úæ©çÅ´»’ __________ ãñÐ (A) âè.°.°â. (B) °â.Çè.¥æ§ü. (C) ¥ÙéR¤×‡æ跤ڇæ âðßæ (D) âæÚ·¤Ú‡æ âðßæ8. ‘àææðÏ-Âýçßçϒ Ùæ×·¤ çßáØ ·¤æ çÙ×æü‡æ çِÙçÜç¹Ì ×ð´ âð ç·¤â çßçÏ âð ãé¥æ ãñ Ñ (A) ØêÁÙ (B) çÇçSÅÜðàæÙ (C) çȤàæÙ (D) ÜêÁ °âð´ÕÜðÁ9. ‘ÕêçÜØÙ ÜæòçÁ·¤’ ·ð¤ ÂýçÌÂæη¤ ·¤æ Ùæ× __________ ãñÐ (A) Õè.âè. çß·¤Úè (B) °â.âè. ÕýñÇȤæðÇü (C) Áð. Õ·¤Üñ´Ç (D) ÁæÁü ÕêÜ10. ¥æ§.°×.âè.§ü. ·¤æ Âê‡æü M¤Â ãñ Ñ (A) §´ÅÚÙðàæÙÜ ×èçÅ´» ¥æòȤ ·ñ¤ÅÜæòç»´» °€âÂÅü÷â (B) §´ÅÚÙðàæÙÜ ×èçÅ´» ¥æòȤ ·´¤ŒØêÅÚ °€âÂÅ÷üâ (C) §´ÅÚÙðàæÙÜ ×èçÅ´» ¥æòȤ ·¤æòØéçÙ·ð¤àæÙ °€âÂÅ÷üâ (D) §´ÅÚÙðàæÙÜ ×èçÅ´» ¥æòȤ €ÜæçâçȤ·ð¤àæÙ °€âÂÅ÷üâJ—5905 3 P.T.O.
  • 4. 9. Boolean Logic was propounded by : (A) B.C.Wickery (B) S.C.Bradford (C) J. Buckland (D) George Boole10. ‘IMCE’ Stands for : (A) International Meeting of Cataloguing Experts (B) International Meeting of Computer Experts (C) International Meeting of Communication Experts (D) International Meeting of Classification Experts11. An indispensable function of Thesaurus is : (A) Knowledge representation (B) Problem Solving (C) Representation of relationship between concepts (D) Knowledge Engineering12. ‘Book Number’ helps in : (A) Individualising the book within the same class number (B) Individualising the book among the books with same authors (C) Individualising among the books with same year of publication (D) Knowing the subject of the book13. The library budget prepared without considering the previous years budget is : (A) Zerobased Budget (B) Performance Budget (C) Line item Budget (D) Lumpsum Budget14. The abbreviation MB to state the storage capacity refers to : (A) Mega bytes (B) Million bits (C) Million bytes (D) Mega bits15. Data about data is known as : (A) Micro Data (B) Database (C) Metadata (D) Databank16. The concept of Micro photography was developed by : (A) Johan Gutenberg (B) Chester Cardson (C) John Benjimen Dancer (D) Ohi Battle17. Which among the following is a digital library software used in the creation of an inhouse digital library : (A) LIBSYS (B) Greenstone (C) Alice for Windows (D) Micro CDS / ISIS18. SSDC referred to the National Documentation Centre now known as : (A) DESIDOC (B) SENDOC (C) NISCOM (D) NASSDOCJ—5905 4
  • 5. 11. çÍâæÚâ ·¤æ °·¤ ¥ÂçÚãæØü ·¤æØü ãñ Ñ (A) ™ææÙ ·¤æ ÂýçÌçÙçÏˆß (B) â×SØæ-â×æÏæÙ (C) çß¿æÚæð´ ·ð¤ Õè¿ â´Õ´Ï ·¤æ ÂýçÌçÙçÏˆß (D) ÙæòÜðÁ §´ÁèçÙØçÚ´»12. ‘ÂéSÌ·¤ ⴁØæ’ ç·¤â×ð´ âãæØ·¤ ãñ ? (A) â×æÙ ß»ü ⴁØæßæÜè ÂéSÌ·¤æð´ ·ð¤ Õè¿ ç·¤âè ÂéSÌ·¤ ·ð¤ Ã؈·¤èØÙ ×ð´ (B) â×æÙ Üð¹·¤ˆßßæÜè ÂéSÌ·¤æð´ ·ð¤ Õè¿ ç·¤âè ÂéSÌ·¤ ·ð¤ Ã؈·¤èØÙ ×ð´ (C) â×æÙ ßáü ×ð´ Âý·¤æçàæÌ ÂéSÌ·¤æð´ ·ð¤ Õè¿ ç·¤âè ÂéSÌ·¤ ·ð¤ Ã؈·¤èØÙ ×ð´ (D) ÂéSÌ·¤ ·¤æ çßáØ ÁæÙÙð ×ð´13. çÂÀÜð ßáü ·ð¤ ÕÁÅ ÂÚ çß¿æÚ ç·¤° çÕÙæ ÕÙæØð »° ÂéSÌ·¤æÜØ ÕÁÅ ·¤æð €Øæ ·¤ãÌð ãñð´ ? (A) àæê‹Ø ¥æÏæçÚÌ ÕÁÅ (B) çÙcÂæÎÙ ÕÁÅ (C) Üæ§Ù-¥æ§Å× ÕÁÅ (D) Ü´Â-â× ÕÁÅ14. ևÇæڇæ ÿæ×Ìæ ÕÌæÙð ·ð¤ ÂçÚÂýðÿØ ×𴠑°×.Õè.’ ·¤æ Âê‡æü M¤Â ãñ Ñ (A) ×ð»æ Õæ§Å÷â (B) ç×çÜØÙ çÕÅ÷â (C) ç×çÜØÙ Õæ§Å÷â (D) ×ð»æ çÕÅ÷â15. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ×ð´ âð ç·¤âð ÇðÅæ ·ð¤ ÕæÚð ×ð´ ÇðÅæ ·¤ãÌð ãñ ? (A) ×æ§R¤æð ÇðÅæ (B) ÇðÅæÕðâ (C) ×ðÅæÇðÅæ (D) ÇðÅæÕñ´·¤16. ×槷ý æðȤæðÅæð»ýæÈ¤è ·¤æ çß·¤æâ ·¤ÚÙð ßæÜð ·¤æ Ùæ× ãñ Ñ (A) ÁæðãæÙ »éÅðÙÕ»ü (B) ¿ðSÅÚ ·¤æÇüâÙ (C) ÁæòÙ Õð´çÁ×ðÙ Çæ´âÚ (D)¥æðãè ÕñÅÜ17. çÇçÁÅÜ Üæ§ÕýðÚè ÕÙæÙð ·ð¤ çÜ° çِÙçÜç¹Ì ×ð´ âð ç·¤âð ¥æ çÇçÁÅÜ Üæ§ÕýðÚè âæòÅßðØÚ ×æÙð´»ð ? (A) çÜÕçââ (B) »ýèÙSÅæðÙ (C) °çÜâ ȤæÚ çß´ÇæðÁ (D) ×æ§R¤æð âè.Çè.°â./¥æ§ü.°â.¥æ§ü.°â.18. °â.°â.Çè.âè. çÁâð ÂãÜð ÙðàæÙÜ Çæ€Øé×ð‡ÅðàæÙ âð´ÅÚ ·ð¤ Ùæ× âð ÁæÙæ ÁæÌæ Íæ, ¥Õ __________ Ùæ× âð ÁæÙæ ÁæÌæ ãñ Ñ (A) ÇðâèÇæò·¤ (B) âðÙÇæò·¤ (C) çÙS·¤æò× (D) ÙñâÇæò·¤J—5905 5 P.T.O.
  • 6. 19. Annual Convention of INFLIBNET organised to discuss the progress of the library automation and library services is known as : (A) ISCON (B) NACLIN (C) CALIBER (D) INFONET20. Formulation of Research Hypothesis implies : (A) Creating a legal basis for research (B) Enunciation of Postulates (C) Enumeration of Canons (D) Formation of tentative generalization21. The Study of Epistemology deals with : I. Modes of formation of subjects II. Classification of Knowledge III. Cataloguing of composite books IV. Origin, Source and nature of Knowledge In the types of items, there may be more than one answer. Identity the correct combination : (A) I and II are correct (B) II and III are correct (C) I, II and III are correct (D) II and IV are correct22. The Compact Disk is conceptually referred to as : I. Magnetic Storage II. Compact Storage III. Optical Storage IV. All the above In the type of items, there may be more than one answer. Identity the correct combination : (A) I , II and III are correct (B) II and III are correct (C) I and III are correct (D) II and IV are correct23. Match the following : List - 1 List - 2 Abbreviations Meaning I. Ibid a. See II. Loc. cit. b. Previously cited III. Op. cit c. Same reference cited immediately above IV. Vide d. The same place cited Codes : (A) I - a, II - b, III - c, IV - d (B) I - b, II - a, III - d, IV - c (C) I - c, II - d, III - b, IV - a (D) I - d, II - c, III - a, IV - bJ—5905 6
  • 7. 19. ÂéSÌ·¤æÜØ ¥æÅæð×ðàæÙ ÌÍæ ÂéSÌ·¤æÜØ âðßæ¥æð´ ·¤è Âý»çÌ ·ð¤ ÕæÚð ×ð´ ¿¿æü ·¤ÚÙð ·ð¤ çÜ° §´çÜÕÙðÅ mæÚæ ¥æØæðçÁÌ ßæçáü·¤ ·¤æ´ßðàæÙ ·¤æ Ùæ× ãñ Ñ (A) ¥æ§S·¤æðÙ (B) ÙñÜç·¤Ù (C) ·ñ¤çÜÕÚ (D) §´È¤æðÙðÅ20. àææðÏ ©Â·¤Ë ·¤æ çÙ×æü‡æ çِÙçÜç¹Ì ·¤æð §´ç»Ì ·¤ÚÌæ ãñ Ñ (A) àææðÏ ·ð¤ çÜ° ßñÏæçÙ·¤ ¥æÏæÚ ÎðÙæ (B) ¥ßÏæڇææ¥æð´ ·¤æð ÂýçÌÂæçÎÌ ·¤ÚÙæ (C) Âýâê˜ææð´ ·¤æð ÂçÚ»ç‡æÌ ·¤ÚÙæ (D) ¥SÍæ§ü âæ×æ‹Ø跤ڇæ ÕÙæÙæ21. ‘™ææÙ×è×æ´âæ’ çßáØ ·¤æ â´Õ´Ï çِÙçÜç¹Ì ×ð´ âð ç·¤ââð ãñ ? I. çßáØ çÙ×æü‡æ ·¤è çßçÏØæð´ âð II. ™ææÙ ·ð¤ ß»èü·¤Ú‡æ âð III. ·¤æò´ÂæðçÁÅ ÂéSÌ·¤æð´ ·ð¤ Âýâê¿è·¤Ú‡æ âð IV. ™ææÙ ·¤è ©ˆÂçžæ, dæðÌ ÌÍæ Âý·ë¤çÌ âð §Ù ©ÂÚæðQ¤ ×ð´ âð °·¤ âð ¥çÏ·¤ ©žæÚ ãæð â·¤Ìæ ãñÐ âãè â´ØæðÁÙ ·¤æð Âã¿æçÙ° Ñ (A) I °ß´ II âãè ãñ´ (B) II °ß´ III âãè ãñ´ (C) I, II °ß´ III âãè ãñ´ (D) II °ß´ IV âãè ãñ´22. ·¤æ¡Âñ€Å çÇS·¤ ·¤æð ßñ¿æçÚ·¤ M¤Â âð ×æÙæ ÁæÌæ ãñ Ñ I. ¿éÕ·¤èØ Ö‡Çæڇæ II. âƒæ٠ևÇæڇæ III. Âý·¤æàæ·¤èØ Ö‡Çæڇæ IV. ©ÂçÚçÜç¹Ì ×ð´ âð âÕ §Ù ©ÂÚæðQ¤ ×ð´ âð °·¤ âð ¥çÏ·¤ ©žæÚ ãæð â·¤Ìæ ãñÐ âãè â´ØæðÁ·¤ ·¤æð Âã¿æçÙ° Ñ (A) I, II °ß´ III âãè ãñ´ (B) II °ß´ III âãè ãñ´ (C) I °ß´ III âãè ãñ´ (D) II °ß´ IV âãè ãñ´23. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ·¤æ ç×ÜæÙ ·¤Úð´ Ñ âê¿è-1 âê¿è-2 â´çÿæ#æÿæÚ ¥Íü I. Ibid a. Îð¹ð´ II. Loc. cit. b. Âêßü ©Î÷ƒæëÌ III. Op. cit c. ßãè ×Î çÁâð ̈·¤æÜ ÂãÜð ©Î÷ƒæëÌ ç·¤Øæ »Øæ ãñ IV. Vide d. ©âè SÍæÙ ÂÚ ©Î÷ƒæëÌ ·¤æðÇ : (A) I - a, II - b, III - c, IV - d (B) I - b, II - a, III - d, IV - c (C) I - c, II - d, III - b, IV - a (D) I - d, II - c, III - a, IV - bJ—5905 7 P.T.O.
  • 8. 24. Match the following: List - 1 List - 2 Types of users of information Purpose of use of information I. Students a. Decision Making II. Professionals b. To impart Knowledge III. Government Officials c. To prepare for the course programme IV. Teachers d. To pursue their respective vocation Codes : (A) I - c, II - d, III - a, IV - b (B) I - d, II - a, III - b, IV - c (C) I - c, II - c, III - d, IV - a (D) I - b, II - b, III - c, IV - d25. Match the following: List - 1 List - 2 Writing Materials Place of Origin I. Clay Tablet a. Algeria / Babylonia II. Palm Leaves b. Egypt III. Paper c. Ninveh IV. Papyrus d. China e. IndiaCodes: (A) I - c , II - b , III - a , IV - c (B) I - d , II - e , III - a , IV - c (C) I - c , II - e , III - d , IV - b (D) I - c , II - b , III - a , IV - d26. Match the following: List - 1 List - 2 Database Supplier I. ERIC a. American Chemical Society, USA II. C A Search b. Bowker & Saur London III. Books in Print c. R R Bowker USA IV. LISA d. National Institute of Education, USA Codes : (A) I - d, II - a, III -c, IV - b (B) I - d, II - b, III - a, IV - c (C) I - b, II - c, III - a, IV - d (D) I - a, II - d, III - b, IV - bJ—5905 8
  • 9. 24. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ·¤æ ç×ÜæÙ ·¤Úð´ Ñ âê¿è - 1 âê¿è - 2 I. çßlæÍèü a. çهæüØ ÜðÙæ II. ÃØæßâæçØ·¤ b. ™ææÙ ÂýÎæÙ ·¤ÚÙæ III. âÚ·¤æÚè ·¤×ü¿æÚè c. ÂæÆK ·¤æØüR¤× ÕÙæÙæ IV. ¥ŠØæ·¤ d. ¥ÂÙð â´Õ´çÏÌ ÃØßâæØ âð ÁéÇð ·¤æØü ·¤ÚÙæ ·¤æðÇ : (A) I - c, II - d, III - a, IV - b (B) I - d, II - a, III - b, IV - c (C) I - c, II - c, III - d, IV - a (D) I - b, II - b, III - c, IV - d25. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ·¤æ ç×ÜæÙ ·¤Úð´ Ñ âê¿è - 1 âê¿è - 2 Üð¹Ù âæ×»ýè ©ˆÂçžæ ·¤æ SÍæÙ I. €Üð ÅñÕÜðÅ a. ¥ËÁèçÚØæ II. ÌæÇ Â˜æ b. §çÁŒÅ III. ·¤æ»Á c. çًßðã IV. ÂðÂèÚâ d. ¿èÙ e. ÖæÚÌ ·¤æðÇ Ñ (A) I - c, II - b, III - a, IV - c (B) I - d, II - e, III - a, IV - c (C) I - c, II - e, III - d, IV - b (D) I - c, II - b, III - a, IV - d26. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ·¤æ ç×ÜæÙ ·¤Úð´ Ñ âê¿è - 1 âê¿è - 2 ÇðÅæ Õðâ ¥æÂêçÌü·¤žææü I. °çÚ·¤ a. ¥×ðçÚ·¤Ù ·ð¤ç×·¤Ü âæðâæ§Åè, Øê.°â.°. II. âè.°. â¿ü b. Õæð·¤Ú °‡Ç âæòÚ, Ü´ÎÙ III. Õé€â °Ù çÂý´Å c. ¥æÚ.¥æÚ. Õæð·¤Ú, Øê.°â.°. IV. Üèâæ d. ÙñàæÙÜ §´âÅèÅKêÅ ¥æòȤ °Áé·ð¤àæÙ, Øê.°â.°. ·¤æðÇ : (A) I - d, II - a, III -c, IV - b (B) I - d, II - b, III - a, IV - c (C) I - b, II - c, III - a, IV - d (D) I - a, II - d, III - b, IV - bJ—5905 9 P.T.O.
  • 10. 27. Match the following : List - 1 List - 2 I. ILRC (Inter Library Resource Centre) a. Science and Technology II. NISSAT b. Indexing Service III. Journal of Librarianship c. UK IV. INIS Atomindex d. Delhi Codes : (A) I - a, II - b, III - b, IV - c (B) I - b, II - c, III - a, IV - d (C) I - d, II - a, III - c, IV - b (D) I - c, II - d, III - d, IV - a28. Match the following : List - 1 List - 2 I. POPSI a. P M Roget II. Citation Indexing b. H P Luhn III. Key word Indexing c. Eugene Garfield IV. Thesaurus d. G. Bhattacharyya Codes : (A) I - b, II - d, III - a, IV - c (B) I - c, II - d, III - a, IV - b (C) I - d, II - c, III - b, IV - a (D) I - a, II - b, III - d, IV - c29. Match the following: List - 1 List - 2 I. DDC a. J.D. Brown II. Expansive Classification b. H.E. Bliss III. Subject Classification c. Melvil Dewey IV. Bibliographic classification d. C.A. Cutter Codes : (A) I - b, II - d, III - c, IV - a (B) I - c, II - b, III - a, IV - d (C) I - a, II - b, III - d, IV - c (D) I - c, II - d, III - a, IV - bJ—5905 10
  • 11. 27. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ·¤æ ç×ÜæÙ ·¤Úð´ Ñ âê¿è - 1 âê¿è - 2 I. §‹ÅÚ Üæ§ÕýðÚè çÚâæðâü âð´ÅÚ (ILRC) a. â槴⠰‡Ç Åð€ÙæðÜæðÁè II. çÙâæÌ b. §‹Çñç€â´» âçßüâ III. ÁÙÚÜ ¥æòȤ Üæ§ÕýðçÚØÙ çàæ c. Øê.·ð¤. IV. §Ùèâæ °Å× §‹Çð€â d. ÎðãÜè ·¤æðÇ : (A) I - a, II - b, III - b, IV - c (B) I - b, II - c, III - a, IV - d (C) I - d, II - a, III - c, IV - b (D) I - c, II - d, III - d, IV - a28. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ·¤æ ç×ÜæÙ ·¤Úð´ Ñ âê¿è - 1 âê¿è - 2 I. ÂæòŒâè a. Âè.°×. ÚæðÁðÅ II. âæ§ÅðàæÙ §´Çðç€â´» b. °¿.Âè. ÜéãÙ III. ·¤èßÇü §´Çðç€â´» c. §»Ù »æÚçȤËÇ IV. çÍâæÚâ d. Áè. Ö^æ¿æØü ·¤æðÇ : (A) I - b, II - d, III - a, IV - c (B) I - c, II - d, III - a, IV - b (C) I - d, II - c, III - b, IV - a (D) I - a, II - b, III - d, IV - c29. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ·¤æ ç×ÜæÙ ·¤Úð´ Ñ âê¿è - 1 âê¿è - 2 I. Çè.Çè.âè. a. Áð.Çè. Õýæ©Ù II. °€âÂñç‹âß €ÜæçâçȤ·ð¤àæÙ b. °¿.Âè. ÕçÜâ III. âÕÁñ€Å €ÜæçâçȤ·ð¤àæÙ c. ×ðÜçßÜ Çèßè IV. çÕçŽÜØæð»ýæçȤ·¤ €ÜæçâçȤ·ð¤àæÙ d. âè.°. ·¤ÅÚ ·¤æðÇ : (A) I - b, II - d, III - c, IV - a (B) I - c, II - b, III - a, IV - d (C) I - a, II - b, III - d, IV - c (D) I - c, II - d, III - a, IV - bJ—5905 11 P.T.O.
  • 12. 30. Match the following : List - 1 List - 2 Technical Terms Meaning I. Thesaurus a. Collection of programmes for the Computer System II. Windows b. A revolving Disc on which data is stored III. Microprocessors c. A graphical user interface created as DOS Extension by Microsoft IV. Software d. A multi user Operating System e. A classified dictionary of synonyms Codes : (A) I - b, II - d, III - c, IV - a (B) I - c, II - e, III - a, IV - d (C) I - e, II - c, III - b, IV - a (D) I - c, II - d, III - a, IV - b31. Match the following : List - 1 List - 2 I. Browser a. Google II. Operating System b. ‘C’ III. Programming Language c. Internet Explorer IV. Search Engine d. Windows Codes : (A) I - a, II - c, III - b, IV - d (B) I - c, II - b, III - d, IV - a (C) I - c, II - d, III - b, IV - a (D) I - d, II - b, III - c, IV - a32. Match the following : List - 1 List - 2 I. INIS a. Ohio II. AGRIS b. Delhi III. OCLC c. Vienna IV. NICNET d. Rome Codes : (A) I - c, II - a, III - b, IV - d (B) I - b, II - d, III - c, IV - a (C) I - d, II - c, III - a, IV - b (D) I - c, II - d, III - a, IV - bJ—5905 12
  • 13. 30. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ·¤æ ç×ÜæÙ ·¤Úð´ Ñ âê¿è - 1 âê¿è - 2 Ì·¤Ùè·¤è ÂÎ ¥Íü I. çÍâæÚâ a. ·´¤ŒØéÅÚ Âý‡ææÜè ·ð¤ çÜ° Âýæð»ýæ×æð´ ·¤æ â´»ýã II. çß´ÇæðÁ b. °·¤ ƒæê‡æüÙàæèÜ çÇS·¤ çÁâ ÂÚ ÇðÅæ ·¤æ ևÇæڇæ ç·¤Øæ ÁæÌæ ãñ III. ×æ§R¤æðÂýæðâðâÚ c. ×æ§R¤æðâæòÅ mæÚæ Çæòâ °€âÅð´àæÙ ·ð¤ M¤Â ×ð´ çß·¤çâÌ °·¤ »ýæçȤ·¤ ØêÁÚ §´ÅÚÈð¤â IV. âæÅßðØÚ d. Õãé-©ÂØæðQ¤æ ¥æÂÚðçÅ´» çâSÅ× e. â×æÙæÍèü àæŽÎæð´ ·¤æ ß»èü·ë¤Ì ·¤æðàæ ·¤æðÇ : (A) I - b, II - d, III - c, IV - a (B) I - c, II - e, III - a, IV - d (C) I - e, II - c, III - b, IV - a (D) I - c, II - d, III - a, IV - b31. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ·¤æ ç×ÜæÙ ·¤Úð´ Ñ âê¿è - 1 âê¿è - 2 I. Õýæ©$ÁÚ a. »é»Ü II. ¥æÂÚðçÅ´» çâSÅ× b. ‘âè’ III. Âýæð»ýæç×´» Üñ‚ßð$Á ´ c. §´ÅÚÙðÅ °€âŒÜæðÚÚ IV. â¿ü §´çÁÙ d. çߋÇæðÁ ·¤æðÇ : (A) I - a, II - c, III - b, IV - d (B) I - c, II - b, III - d, IV - a (C) I - c, II - d, III - b, IV - a (D) I - d, II - b, III - c, IV - a32. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ·¤æ ç×ÜæÙ ·¤Úð´ Ñ âê¿è - 1 âê¿è - 2 I. §Ùèâ a. ¥æðçãØæð II. °»Úèâ b. ÎðãÜè III. ¥æð.âè.°Ü.âè. c. çßØæÙæ IV. çÙ·¤ÙðÅ d. Úæð×·¤æðÇ : (A) I - c, II - a, III - b, IV - d (B) I - b, II - d, III - c, IV - a (C) I - d, II - c, III - a, IV - b (D) I - c, II - d, III - a, IV - bJ—5905 13 P.T.O.
  • 14. 33. Match the following : List - 1 List - 2 I. Observation (Senses) a. Knowledge II. Organization (Logical Relation) b. Data / Ideas III. Learning and Assimilation c. Wisdom IV. Judgement Correlation d. Information (application of content) Codes : (A) I - d, II - a, III - c, IV - b (B) I - c, II - b, III - d, IV - a (C) I - a, II - c, III - b, IV - d (D) I - b, II - d, III - a, IV - c34. Match the following : List - 1 List - 2 I. Mysticism a. Y7 II. Useful Arts b. Y III. Sociology c. ∆ IV. Anthropology d. M Codes : (A) I - c, II - d, III - b, IV - a (B) I - d, II - b, III - c, IV - a (C) I - b, II - c, III - d, IV - a (D) I - a, II - d, III - c, IV - b35. Assertion (A) : Library cooperation is the prime need of the day. Reason (R) : It is impossible for an individual library to meet all the requirements of its users. (A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation (B) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation (C) A is true but R is false (D) A is false but R is true36. Which one of the following pairs is NOT correctly matched? (A) The difference between the highest and lowest values of a variable ................. Range. (B) The value of a variable which divides the area under the frequency curve into two equal parts ................................... Median. (C) The result when the sum of all the items in the series is divided by the number of items in the series ...................... Mean. (D) The value of a variable for which the frequency is maximum ............... Probability.J—5905 14
  • 15. 33. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ·¤æ ç×ÜæÙ ·¤Úð´ Ñ âê¿è - 1 âê¿è - 2 I. ¥ßÜæð·¤Ù (™ææÙðç‹ÎýØ) a. ™ææÙ II. ÃØßSÍæÂÙ (Ìæç·ü¤·¤ âÕ‹Ï) b. ÇðÅæ/çß¿æÚ III. âè¹Ùæ ¥æñÚ ¥æˆ×âæÌ跤ڇæ c. Õéçhמææ IV. çهæüØ âã-âÕ‹Ï d. âê¿Ùæ (·¤æ¡Åð´Å ·¤æ ¥ÙéÂýØæð») ·¤æðÇ : (A) I - d, II - a, III - c, IV - b (B) I - c, II - b, III - d, IV - a (C) I - a, II - c, III - b, IV - d (D) I - b, II - d, III - a, IV - c34. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ·¤æ ç×ÜæÙ ·¤Úð´ Ñ âê¿è - 1 âê¿è - 2 I. ÚãSØßæÎ a. Y7 II. ©ÂØæð»è ·¤Üæ°¡ b. Y III. âæ×æçÁ·¤ çߙææÙ c. ∆ IV. ÙëÌðžß çߙææÙ d. M ·¤æðÇ : (A) I - c, II - d, III - b, IV - a (B) I - d, II - b, III - c, IV - a (C) I - b, II - c, III - d, IV - a (D) I - a, II - d, III - c, IV - b35. ¥çÖ·¤ÍÙ (A) : ÂéSÌ·¤æÜØ âãÖæç»Ìæ ¥æÁ ·¤è Âý×é¹ ¥æßàØ·¤Ìæ ãñÐ ·¤æڇæ (R) : ·¤æð§ü Öè ÂéSÌ·¤æÜØ ¥ÂÙð ©ÂØæðQ¤æ¥æð´ ·¤è âÖè ¥æßàØ·¤Ìæ¥æð´ ·¤æð ÂêÚæ Ùãè´ ·¤Ú â·¤ÌæÐ (A) A °ß´ R ÎæðÙæð´ âãè ã´ñ °ß´ R âãè ÃØæØæ ãñ (B) A °ß´ R ÎæðÙæð´ âãè ã´ñ ÂڋÌé R âãè ÃØæØæ Ùãè´ ãñ (C) A âãè ãñ ÂڋÌé R ¥âˆØ ãñ (D) A ¥âˆØ ãñ ÂڋÌé R âãè ãñ36. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ×ð´ âð ·¤æñÙ âæ ÁæðǸ ©ç¿Ì Ùãè´ ãñ ? (A) ç·¤âè ‘¿Ú’ ·ð¤ ©“æÌ× ÌÍæ çِÙÌ× ×æÙ ·ð¤ Õè¿ ·¤æ ¥´ÌÚ .......... Úð´Á (B) ‘¿Ú’ ·¤æ ßã ×æÙ Áæð °·¤ ÿæð˜æ ·¤æð ‘Èý¤è`ð´¤âè ·¤ßü’ ·ð¤ ¥´Ì»üÌ Îæð â×æÙ Öæ»æð´ ×ð´ Õ¡æÅÌæ ãñ ×èçÇØÙ .......... (C) ç·¤âè Ÿæë´¹Üæ ×ð´ çΰ »° âæÚð ¥´·¤æð´ ·ð¤ Øæð» ·¤æð ×Îæð´ ·¤è ⴁØæ âð çßÖæçÁÌ ·¤ÚÙð âð Âýæ# È¤Ü .......... ×èÙ (D) ç·¤âè ¿Ú ·¤æ ßã ×æÙ çÁâ·ð¤ çÜ° Èý¤è`ð´¤âè ¥çÏ·¤Ì× ãñ .......... ÂýæðÕñçÕçÜÅèJ—5905 15 P.T.O.
  • 16. 37. Assertion (A) : Arrangement of documents by subject will satisfy more users. Reason (R) : Many users search for documents by title. (A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation (B) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation (C) A is true but R is false (D) A is false but R is true38. Assertion (A) : A special library serves a specialist clientele. Reason (R) : The collection of special library is relatively narrow in scope (A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation (B) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation (C) A is true but R is false (D) A is false but R is true39. Assertion (A) : Copyright Act safeguards the interest of the author. Reason (R) : This Act is essential to maximise the circulation of documents. (A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation (B) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation (C) A is true but R is false (D) A is false but R is true40. Arrange the following classification schemes according to the year of publication use the code below : I. Color classification II. Dewey Decimal Classification III. Bibliographic Classification IV. Subject Classification Code : (A) II , IV , I , III (B) III , II , I , IV (C) I , IV , III , II (D) IV , II , III , I41. Identify the correct chronological order in which they were setup : (A) NASSDOC, RRRLF, DRTC, INSDOC (B) RRRLF, INSDOC, NASSDOC, DRTC (C) INSDOC, DRTC, NASSDOC, RRRLF (D) DRTC, INSDOC, NASSDOC, RRRLFJ—5905 16
  • 17. 37. ¥çÖ·¤ÍÙ (A) : ÂýÜð¹æð ·¤æ çßáØßæÚ ÃØßSÍæÂÙ ¥çÏ·¤ ©ÂØæðQ¤æ¥æð´ ·¤æð â‹ÌéC ·¤Úð»æÐ ·¤æڇæ (R) : ¥çÏ·¤ÌÚ ©ÂØæðQ¤æ ÂýÜð¹æð ·¤æð ¥æØæ ·ð¤ mæÚæ ¹æðÁÌð ãñ´Ð (A) A °ß´ R ÎæðÙæð´ âãè ãñ´ °ß´ R âãè ÃØæØæ ãñ (B) A °ß´ R ÎæðÙæð´ âãè ã´ñ Üðç·¤Ù R âãè ÃØæØæ Ùãè´ ãñ (C) A âãè ãñ ÂڋÌé R ¥âˆØ ãñ (D) A ¥âˆØ ãñ ÂڋÌé R âãè ãñ38. ¥çÖ·¤ÍÙ (A) : °·¤ çßçàæC ÂéSÌ·¤æÜØ çßàæðá ©ÂØæðQ¤æ¥æð´ ·¤æð âðßæ ÂýÎæÙ ·¤ÚÌæ ãñÐ ·¤æڇæ (R) : çßçàæC ÂéSÌ·¤æÜØ ·¤æ â´»ýã ÿæð˜æ-ÃØæç# ×ð´ âèç×Ì ãæðÌæ ãñÐ (A) A °ß´ R ÎæðÙæð´ âãè ãñ´ °ß´ R âãè ÃØæØæ ãñ (B) A °ß´ R ÎæðÙæð´ âãè ãñ´ ÂڋÌé R âãè ÃØæØæ Ùãè´ ãñ (C) A âãè ãñ ÂڋÌé R ¥âˆØ ãñ (D) A ¥âˆØ ãñ ÂڋÌé R âãè ãñ39. ¥çÖ·¤ÍÙ (A) : ‘·¤æòÂèÚæ§Å °ð€Å’ Üð¹·¤ ·ð¤ çãÌ ·¤è Úÿææ ·¤ÚÌæ ãñÐ ·¤æڇæ (R) : Øã °ð€Å ÂýÜð¹æð ·ð¤ ÂçÚâ´¿æÚ ·¤æð ÕɸæÙð ·ð¤ çÜ° ¥æßàØ·¤ ãñÐ (A) A °ß´ R ÎæðÙæð´ âãè ãñ °ß´ R âãè ÃØæØæ ãñ (B) A °ß´ R ÎæðÙæð´ âãè ãñ ÂڋÌé R âãè ÃØæØæ Ùãè´ ãñ (C) A âãè ãñ ÂڋÌé R ¥âˆØ ãñ (D) A ¥âˆØ ãñ ÂڋÌé R âãè ãñ40. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ß»èü·¤Ú‡æ ÂhçÌØæð´ ·¤æð Âý·¤æàæÙ ßáü ·ð¤ ¥æÏæÚ ÂÚ ÃØßçSÍÌ ·¤èçÁ° Ùè¿ð çÎØð »Øð ·¤æðǸ ·¤æ ÂýØæð» ·¤Úð´Ð I. ·¤æÜÚ €ÜæçâçȤ·ð¤àæÙ II. Çðßè Çðçâ×Ü €ÜæçâçȤ·ð¤àæÙ III. çÕçŽÜØæð»ýæçȤ·¤ €ÜæçâçȤ·ð¤àæÙ IV. âŽÁð€Å €ÜæçâçȤ·ð¤àæÙ ·¤æðǸ : (A) II, IV, I, III (B) III, II, I, IV (C) I, IV, III, II (D) IV, II, III, I41. çِÙçÜç¹Ì â´SÍæ¥æð´ ·¤æð ©Ù·¤è SÍæÂÙæ ·ð¤ ·¤æÜ R¤×æÙéâæÚ ÃØßçSÍÌ ·¤Úð´Ð (A) ÙñâÇæ·¤, ¥æÚ.¥æÚ.¥æÚ.°Ü.°È¤., Çè.¥æÚ.Åè.âè., §ÙâÇæò·¤ (B) ¥æÚ.¥æÚ.¥æÚ.°Ü.°È¤., §ÙâÇæò·¤, ÙñâÇæ·¤, Çè.¥æÚ.Åè.âè. (C) §ÙâÇæò·¤, Çè.¥æÚ.Åè.âè., ÙñâÇæ·¤, ¥æÚ.¥æÚ.¥æÚ.°Ü.°È¤. (D) Çè.¥æÚ.Åè.âè., §ÙâÇæò·¤, ÙñâÇæ·¤, ¥æÚ.¥æÚ.¥æÚ.°Ü.°È¤.J—5905 17 P.T.O.
  • 18. 42. Arrange the following units of storage capacity in increasing order of magnitude. Use the code given below : I. Gigabyte II. Kilobyte III. Terabyte IV. Megabyte Code : (A) IV, II, III, I (B) I, III, II, IV (C) III, IV, I, II (D) II, IV, I, III43. Based on the years of establishment arrange the following in chronological order. Use the code given below : I. ASLIB II. ALA III. ILA IV. IFLA Code : (A) III, IV, II, I (B) I, IV, III, II (C) II, I, IV, III (D) IV, I, III, II44. Identify the correct order in which the commissions were set up. Use the code given below : I. Roy Committee on State Universities Review II. Radhakrishnan Commission on Education III. Kothari Commission on Education IV. Mudliar Commission of Secondary Education Code : (A) I, IV, III, II (B) IV, III, I, II (C) III, II, I, IV (D) II, IV, III, I45. Arrange the following components in order in which they were used in computers. Use the code given below : I. Transistors II. Vaccum Tubes III. Large Scale Integrated Circuit IV. Very Large Scale Integrated Circuit Code : (A) I, III, II, IV (B) II, I, III, IV (C) II, III, IV, I (D) IV, I, III, IIJ—5905 18
  • 19. 42. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ·¤æð ©Ù·¤è ևÇæÚ-ÿæ×Ìæ ·¤è ÕɸÌè ãé§ü ×æ˜ææ ·ð¤ ¥ÙéâæÚ ÃØßçSÍÌ ·¤Úð´ Ñ I. »è»æÕæ§Å II. ç·¤Üæðßæ§Å III. ÅðÚæÕæ§Å IV. ×ð»æÕæ§Å ·¤æðǸ : (A) IV, II, III, I (B) I, III, II, IV (C) III, IV, I, II (D) II, IV, I, III43. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ×ð´ âð SÍæÂÙæ ßáü ·ð¤ ¥ÙéâæÚ ·¤æñÙâæ ·¤æÜæÙéR¤× ©ÂØéQ¤ ãñ ? Ùè¿ð çÎØð »Øð ·¤æðǸ ·¤æ ÂýØæð» ·¤èçÁ° Ñ I. °âçÜÕ II. °.°Ü.°. III. ¥æ§ü.°Ü.°. IV. §È¤Üæ ·¤æðǸ : (A) III, IV, II, I (B) I, IV, III, II (C) II, I, IV, III (D) IV, I, III, II44. ©â R¤× ·¤è Âã¿æÙ ·¤Úð´ çÁâ R¤× ×ð´ çِÙçÜç¹Ì ¥æØæð»æð´ ·¤æ »ÆÙ ãé¥æ ÍæÐ Ùè¿ð çΰ »° ·¤æðǸ ·¤æ ÂýØæð» ·¤Úð´ Ñ I. Úæ’Ø-çßàßçßlæÜØæð´ ·¤è â×èÿææ ÂÚ ÚæòØ âç×çÌ II. çàæÿææ ÂÚ ÚæÏæ·ë¤c‡æÙ ¥æØæð» III. çàæÿææ ÂÚ ·¤æðÆæÚè ¥æØæð» IV. ×æŠØç×·¤ çàæÿææ ÂÚ ×éÎæçÜØæÚ ¥æØæð» ·¤æðǸ : (A) I, IV, III, II (B) IV, III, I, II (C) III, II, I, IV (D) II, IV, III, I45. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ƒæÅ·¤æð´ ·¤æð ©â R¤× ×ð´ ÃØßçSÍÌ ·¤Úð´ çÁâ R¤× ×ð´ ©Ù·¤æ ·¤ŒØêÅÚ ×ð´ ÂýØæð» ãé¥æ Ñ I. Åþæ´çâSÅÚ II. ßñ·é¤¥× ÅKêÕ III. ÜæÁü S·ð¤Ü §´Åð»ýðÅðÇ âç·ü¤Å IV. ßðÚè ÜæÁü S·ð¤Ü §´Åð»ýðÅðÇ âç·ü¤Å ·¤æðǸ : (A) I, III, II, IV (B) II, I, III, IV (C) II, III, IV, I (D) IV, I, III, IIJ—5905 19 P.T.O.
  • 20. Read the passage given below, and answer the Questions that follow based on your understanding of the passage : The growth of the Internet and its ubiquitous use in study and work creates new areas of concern. Town (2003) notes the problem of information illiteracy within higher education: Students are relying uniformly on the web and show a lack of understanding about the resources available to them “because all the information is in the same place”. The web may have “changed everything” but in doing so it has created a new problem of information illiteracy; that of false confidence in the Internet as a complete information resource (Town, 2003). There is such a proliferation of content across such a range of areas, available with such immediacy that the sheer volume of information can seem overwhelming. For sufferers of this “Information anxiety” the simplicity of the Google search interface must act as a claiming tonic. It is not demanding of the information seeker in the formation of search terms and almost always produces vast numbers of hits. It even helps out with your spelling. Faced with such a bewildering array of electronic sources of information the ease and immediacy of retrieval becomes as important as the quality of the resources retrieved. This may be the most significant challenge to the information profession in the information society, to map and signpost the information landscape. This has been the traditional role of the librarian and whilst the information domain is changing the core principles of the profession remain as important to society as ever.46. (A) The growth of the Internet and its ubiquitous use in study and work creates new areas of concern. The most important one being information illiteracy in higher education. (B) The growth of the Internet enables people pursuing higher education. Information literate helps them in their study and work. (C) Internet use in higher education promotes information literacy and provides complete information resource. (D) Students who use the Internet gain real confidence in the Internet as a complete information source.47. (A) Information once recorded into the web remains static and can be utilized by the users of the web as and when they need it. (B) The Web may have “changed everything”, but in doing so it has created a new problem of information illiteracy; that of false confidence in the internet as a complete information resource. (C) The student of higher education may rely completely on Internet resources. (D) Students who completely rely on the Internet uniformly do not lack understanding about the resources available to them.J—5905 20
  • 21. çِÙçÜç¹Ì ¥Ùé‘ÀðÎæð´ ·¤æð Âɸ·¤Ú, ¥ÂÙè â×Ûæ ·ð¤ ¥ÙéâæÚ ©Ù ÂýàÙæð´ ·¤æ ©žæÚ ÎèçÁ° Áæð §â·ð¤ ÕæÎ çΰ »°ãñÐ ´ §´ÅÚÙðÅ ·¤æ çß·¤æâ ÌÍæ ¥ŠØØÙ °ß´ çßçßÏ ·¤æØæðZ ãðÌé §â·ð¤ âßüÃØæÂè ©ÂØæð» Ùð ×æÙß âð âÚæð·¤æÚ Ú¹ÙðßæÜð ¥Ùð·¤ ÙßèÙ ÿæð˜ææð´ ·¤æð ©Î÷ƒææ$çÅÌ ç·¤Øæ ãñÐ Åæ©Ù (2003) Ù𠩓æ-çàæÿææ ·ð¤ ¥´Ì»üÌ âê¿Ùæ ¥âæÿæÚÌæ ·¤è â×SØæ ÂÚ ŠØæÙ çÎØæ ãñÐ â×æÙ M¤Â âð çßlæÍèü ‘ßðՒ ÂÚ çÙÖüÚ ÚãÌð ãñ´ ÌÍæ ©Ù×ð´ ßãæ¡ ©ÂÜŽÏ â´âæÏÙæð´ ·¤è â×Ûæ ·¤è ·¤×è ãæðÌè ãñ “€Øæð´ç·¤ â×SÌ âê¿Ùæ °·¤ ãè SÍæÙ ÂÚ ãæðÌè ãñ”Ð ãæð â·¤Ìæ ãñ ç·¤ ‘ßðՒ Ùð ‘âÖè ¿èÁæð´ ·¤æð ÕÎÜ çÎØæ ãæð“, ÂڋÌé °ðâæ ·¤Ú §âÙð âê¿Ùæ-¥âæÿæÚÌæ ·¤è Ù§ü â×SØæ ·¤æð Á‹× çÎØæ ãñ, ¥Íßæ °·¤ â´Âê‡æü âê¿Ùæ â´âæÏÙ ·ð¤ M¤Â ×ð´ §´ÅÚÙðÅ ·ð¤ ÂýçÌ ç׉Øæ çßàßæâ Á»æØæ ãñÐ (Åæ©Ù, 2003) ÙæÙæçßÏ çßáØ-ÿæð˜ææð´ ×ð´ ÙæÙæçßÏ âê¿Ùæ ·¤è çßÂéÜ ×æ˜ææ ×ð´ ̈·¤æÜ ©ÂÜŽÏ âê¿Ùæ ·¤æ ßã ևÇæÚ ¥æŒÜæçßÌ ·¤ÚÙðߓÜæ ÂýÌèÌ ãæðÌæ ãñÐ §â “âê¿Ùæ ©ˆ·¤‡Ææ” ·ð¤ ÖéQ¤Öæðç»Øæð´ ·ð¤ çÜ° ‘»ê»Ü â¿ü’ §‡ÅÚÈð¤â Âýàææç‹Ì·¤æÚ·¤ ÅæòçÙ·¤ ·¤æ ·¤æ× ·¤ÚÌæ ãñÐ ¹æðÁ-àæŽÎæ𴠷𤠻ÆÙ ×ð´ Øã âê¿Ùæ Âýæ# ·¤ÚÙð ·¤è §‘Àæ Ú¹ÙðßæÜæð´ âð ¥çÏ·¤ ×æ´» Ùãè´ ·¤ÚÌæ ÌÍæ ֻܻ âÎñß ¥çÏ·¤æçÏ·¤ ⴁØæ ×𴠑çãÅ÷⒠©ÂÜŽÏ ·¤ÚæÌæ ãñÐ Øãæ¡ Ì·¤ ç·¤ Ø㠥淤è ßÌüÙè Øæ çã”æð âð Öè ¥æ·¤è âãæØÌæ ·¤ÚÌæ ãñÐ âê¿Ùæ ·ð¤ §Üð€ÅþæðçÙ·¤ â´âæÏÙæð´ ·¤è §Ù ç·´¤·¤ÌüÃØçß×êɸ ·¤Ú ÎðÙðßæÜè Ÿæðç‡æØæ𴠷𤠷¤æڇæ âê¿Ùæ ·¤è ÂéÙÂýæüç# ×ð´ ¥æâæÙè ÌÍæ Ì户¤æçÜ·¤Ìæ Öè ©ÌÙæ ãè ×ãžßÂê‡æü ÕÙ ÁæÌè ãñ çÁÌÙæ ×ãžßÂê‡æü ÂéÙÂýæ# â´âæÏÙ ·¤è »é‡æߞææ ãñÐ âê¿Ùæ â×æÁ ×ð´, âê¿Ùæ ·ð¤ ‘Üñ´ÇS·ð¤Â’ ·¤æð ×æÙç¿ç˜æÌ ·¤ÚÙæ ÌÍæ ç¿ç‹ãÌ ·¤ÚÙæ ÂéSÌ·¤æÜØ ÃØæßâæçØ·¤æð´ ·ð¤ â×é¹ °·¤ ×ãžßÂê‡æü ¿éÙæñÌè ãñÐ Øã ÂéSÌ·¤æÜØæŠØÿæ ·¤è ÂæڐÂçÚ·¤ Öêç×·¤æ Úãè ãñ ÌÍæ, ÁÕç·¤ âê¿Ùæ Á»Ì÷ ÂçÚßçÌüÌ ãæð Úãæ ãñ, ã×æÚð ÃØßâæØ ·ð¤ R¤æðǸ çâhæ´Ì ÂãÜð ãè ·¤è Öæ´çÌ â×æÁ ·ð¤ çÜ° â×æÙ M¤Â âð ×ãžßÂê‡æü ãñ´Ð46. (A) §´ÅÚÙðÅ ·¤æ çß·¤æâ ÌÍæ ¥ŠØØÙ °ß´ çßçßÏ ·¤æØæðZ ãðÌé §â·ð¤ âßüÃØæÂè ©ÂØæð» Ùð ×æÙß âð âÚæð·¤æÚ Ú¹ÙðßæÜð ¥Ùð·¤ ÙßèÙ ÿæð˜ææð´ ·¤æð ©Î÷ƒææ$çÅÌ ç·¤Øæ ãñ, çÁÙ×ð´ ©“æ çàæÿææ ×ð´ âê¿Ùæ ¥âæÿæÚÌæ âßæüçÏ·¤ ×ãžßÂê‡æü ãñÐ (B) §´ÅÚÙðÅ Üæð»æð´ ·¤æ𠩓æ çàæÿææ Âýæ# ·¤ÚÙð ×ð´ âÿæ× ÕÙæÌæ ãñ ÌÍæ ¥ŠØØÙ ¥æñÚ çßçÖóæ ·¤æØæðZ ×ð´ âê¿Ùæ âæÿæÚ ÃØçQ¤ ¥‹Ø Üæð»æð´ ·¤è âãæØÌæ ·¤ÚÌæ ãñÐ (C) ©“æ çàæÿææ ·ð¤ ÿæð˜æ ×ð´ §´ÅÚÙðÅ ·¤æ ©ÂØæð» âê¿Ùæ âæÿæÚÌæ ·¤æð ÕɸæÌæ ãñ ÌÍæ Âê‡æü âê¿Ùæ â´âæÏÙ ©ÂÜŽÏ ·¤ÚæÌæ ãñÐ (D) §´ÅÚÙðÅ ·¤æ ©ÂØæð» ·¤ÚÙð ßæÜð çßlæÍèü °·¤ Âê‡æü âê¿Ùæ â´âæÏÙ ·ð¤ M¤Â ×ð´, §´ÅÚÙðÅ ·¤æð ßæSÌçß·¤ M¤Â ×ð´ çßàßâÙèØ ÂæÌð ãñ´Ð47. (A) ‘ßðՒ ÂÚ °·¤ ÕæÚ ¥çÖÜðç¹Ì âê¿Ùæ ¥¿Ü ãæð ÁæÌè ãñ ÌÍæ ‘ßðՒ ·ð¤ ©ÂØæðQ¤æ ÁÕ Öè ¥æßàØ·¤Ìæ ãæð §â·¤æ ©ÂØæð» ·¤Ú â·¤Ìð ãñ´Ð (B) ãæð â·¤Ìæ ãñ ç·¤ ‘ßðՒ Ùð “âÖè ¿èÁæð´ ·¤æð ÕÎÜ çÎØæ ãæð”, ÂڋÌé °ðâæ ·¤Ú §âÙð âê¿Ùæ-¥âæÿæÚÌæ ·¤è Ù§ü â×SØæ ·¤æð Á‹× çÎØæ ãñ; ¥Íßæ °·¤ â´Âê‡æü âê¿Ùæ-â´âæÏÙ ·ð¤ M¤Â ×ð´ §´ÅÚÙðÅ ·ð¤ ÂýçÌ ç׉Øæ-çßàßæâ Á»æØæ ãñÐ (C) ©“æ çàæÿææ ·ð¤ çßlæÍèü §´ÅÚÙðÅ â´âæÏÙæð´ ÂÚ Âê‡æü M¤Â âð ¥æÏæçÚÌ Úã â·¤Ìð ãñ´Ð (D) §´ÅÚÙðÅ ÂÚ Âê‡æüM¤Âð‡æ °ß´ âÎñß ¥æÏæçÚÌ ÚãÙð ßæÜð çßlæçÍüØæð´ ×ð´ ©‹ãð´ ©ÂÜŽÏ â´âæÏÙæð´ ·¤è â×Ûæ ×ð´ ·¤×è Ùãè´ ãæðÌèÐJ—5905 21 P.T.O.
  • 22. 48. (A) The large volume of content available on Internet across a range of areas does not create any “Information anxiety” in the users of the Internet. (B) Information available on the Web across subject areas is of manageable proportions and does not bewilder the users of the Internet. (C) There is proliferation of content across such range of areas, available with such immediacy that the sheer volume of information can seem overwhelming. ..... and may cause “Information anxiety”. (D) It is easy to find relevant and useful information across a range of areas from the web without getting oneself bewildered.49. (A) The most significant challenge to the information profession in information society is to map and signpost the information landscape. This has been the traditional role of the librarian and whilest the information domain is changing the core principles of the profession remain as important to society. (B) The Internet does not pose significant challenges to the information profession. (C) The role of librarians is not to map and signpost the information landscape. (D) While the information domain is changing the core principles of the profession also should change.50. (A) Retrieving pertinent information from the Internet is not demanding of the information seeker in the formulation of search terms and almost always produces vast number of hits. (B) There is no user friendly search engine to help the information seeker to access pertinent information necessary for his work. (C) The quality of information retrieved from the Internet is of high precision and does not pose problems to the user. (D) ‘Information anxiety’ created by the bewildering nature of Internet is made simple by the user friendly quality associated with Google search interface. This interface acts as a tonic and helps the information seeker even with spelling. -oOo-J—5905 22
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