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    • Bibliographic Description Dr. Sarika Siddharth Sawant Asst. Professor, SHPT School of Library Science, SNDT Women’s University, Churchgate, Mumbai 400 020
      • 1.Canon of Ascertainability
      • 2.Canon of Recall Value
      • 3.Canon of Prepotence
      • 4.Canon of Individualisation
      • 5.Canon of Sought Heading
      • 6.Canon of Context
      • 7.Canon of Permanence
      • 8.Canon of Currency
      • 9.Canon of Consistence
      • Law of Impartiality
      • Law of Symmetry
      • Law of Parsimony
      • Principle of Local Variation
      • Access Points
      Personal Authorship Corporate authorship
      • Personal Authorship
      Two p. author Three p. authors More than 3 p. authors Shared Responsibility Mixed Responsibility Adaptation Illustration Revision Translation Commentary
      • Globe
      • Maps
      • Sound recording
      • Video cassette
      • Film cassette
      • Computer files
    • Patwardhan, K. India: Air and road routes[Map]/Cartographer K. Patwardhan. – scale 1:250000. – New Delhi: Indian Geological Survey, 1997. 1 map; 52 ×90 cm Call No AM Acc no
      • Dr S R RANGANATHAN
      • Pub in 1934
      • It is a bipartite catalogue
      • It consists of
      • Classified part (No. entry and word entry)
      • Alphabetical part
      • Structure of Entry
      Leading Line Second Vertical First Vertical
    • Upper part Middle part Lower part Left Half Right half
      • Entry
      Number Entry Word entry Main Entry Cross Ref Entry Specific Entry Generic Entry Book Index Entry Author Analytical Title Analytical Cross Index Entry Cross Index Entry
      • Main entry
      Leading Section Heading Section Title Section Note Section Acc No Section Tracing Section Call No Author / subtitle Title: Subtitle. Edition. Collaborator statement Series. Editor of the series. Serial No Acc No Added entries Back of Main entry
      • Added Entry
      Book Index Entry Author Analytical Title Analytical Cross Ref Index Entry Class Index Entry Author Collaborator Title Cross Ref Entry General Specific Series Special Chain Ordinary
    •