OUCET Library & Information Science Syllabus |Exam Pattern B.L.I.Sc. and M.L.I.Sc. course:
Osmania University Common Entrance Test for B.L.I.Sc. and M.L.I.Sc. courses. OUCET exam syllabus and test pattern for Bachelor of Library & Information Science and Master of Library & Information Science course. The candidates who are preparing for OUCET exam may follow the syllabus and exam pattern given below…
Name of the Examination: Osmania University Common Entrance Test(OUCET)
Name of the Courses:
- Bachelor of Library & Information Science(1 year)
- Master of Library & Information Science(2 yrs. Integrated)
- Master of Library & Information Science(1 year)
Syllabus and Exam Pattern for B.L.I.Sc and M.L.I.Sc.(2 years Integrated course):
Part – A: (40 Marks) Books, Periodicals, Reasoning, Mental Ability and Arithmetic: Newspapers & Periodicals – their place of publication; Books – subjects, Books – Authors; Verbal Reasoning, Mental Ability; and General Arithmetic, Quantitative Ability.
Part – B (60 Marks) General Knowledge, Awareness, and Current Affairs: Popular and Technical Terms in various fields – their subject and meaning; Famous Persons – their Specialization, filed of activity, Awards, honours etc.; Learned Regional, National and International Institutions, Societies, Associations – their location, activities, etc.; Current Affairs and Events – Regional, National and International (Social, Political, Economic, etc); sports and games – terms, specifications, rules and persons etc.; Geographical locations, names and terms – cities, countries, rivers, mountains, parks, forests, capitals, etc. Inventions, Discoveries, Explorations, etc.; and Questions relating to specific subjects – Arts, Social Sciences & Sciences (Literature, Economics, Medicine, Physics, Engineering, etc.
Syllabus and Exam Pattern for M.L.I.Sc.(1 years course):
Part – A (40marks):
1. Library Classification
2. Library Cataloguing
3. Library Management
Part – B (60 Marks):
1. Reference and Information Sources and Services
2. Library and Society
3. Introduction to Computers.