UNIVERSITY OF RAJASTHAN, JAIPUR
Master of Library and Information Science
(4) For all examinations (including Library Science) in the Faculty of Eduction : A Candidate shall be required to put in a minimum of 66% attendance at the lectures and 66% at the practicals, separately, Provisions of Condonation of attendance are given in O.145 of the University Hand Book Part II.
The duration of the course will be one academic year (July ot April).
Candidates for admission to the Course should possess the degree of Bechelor of Library Science of the University or the any other University recognised by the Syndicate for the purpose of a post-graduate Diploma in Library Science of a recognised University with a minimum of 50% marks in the said degree or diploma examination.
A Candidate who has completed a regular course of study and has attended atleast 66% of the lectures delivered and has produced a certificate from the competent authority to the effect that he has satisfactority completed his practical Work, will be entitled to take the examination and no exemption from the minimum attendance will be given on ground of either sickness or any personal domestic reasons whatsoever.
For a pass a candidate shall be required to secure a minimum of 40% marks in each paper and 50% marks in the aggregate of all the papers. Successful candidates securing at least 60% marks in the aggregate shall be placed in First division and the rest in Second division
A Candidate for the examination shall be required to offer the papers mentioned below. The maximum marks shall be a noted againt each paper, Each theory paper and practical paper shall be 3 hours duration
|| Max. Marks
|| University of Knowledge
|| Information Technology
|| Information Ststems and Servies
|| Depth Classification (Theory)
|| Advanced Cataloguing (Theory)
|| One of the following:-
- Information Sources in Natural Science
- Information Sources in Social Sciences
- Information Sources in Humanities
- Management of Archives
- Public Library System
- Academic Libraries
- Special Libraries
- Classification (Practice)
- Cataloguing (Practice)
Paper-I Universe of Knowlege
- Objectives of the study of universe of knowledge : Library Science, Attributes of Knowledge, Growth of knowledge and the modes of formation of knowledge, and subjects, Various systems of organisation of knowledge.
- Religion, Philosophy and Science : Their Contribution to knowledge.
- Positivistic speculative and authority centred modes of thinking.
- Methods of Research in Natural Science, Social Sciences and the Humanities. Applications of Scientific Method to Scocial Sciences.
- Development of Scholarship since the 17th centrury.
- Knowledge and Society.
- Agencies for the dissemination of knowledge and information.
- Research-Fundamental Applied and Developmental. Organisation of research with special reference to India.
Paper-II Information Technology
- Infromation Technology : Genesis and development. Its impact on Libraries.
- Types of Micoroforms, History, Importance, Advantages and Limitations of Microforms.
- Telecommunication Setellite Telecommunication Telex, Teleprinter, Teletext. Vediotext, Teleconference/Facsibcle.
- Ganesis and development of computers, Basic knowledge of Hardware and software, Input devices, Functioning of computer and its Limitations.
- Computer applications of Library and Information work: current scenario with reference to India.
- National and International Information Networks: INDONET, NICNET,INFLIBNET,AGRIS,MEDLARS INIS.
- Compunications : Brief Infroduction
Paper III Information Systems and Services
- National and International Systems,Programmes and Agencies:VINITI INSDOC,FID,IFPA,UNESCO,DESIDOC, NASSDOC, UNISIST,NISSAT,Asilb.
- Indexing-Co-ordinate indexing,PRECIS,POPSI,SLIC,Citation Index,Science Citation Index.
- Abstracting-Principles, Types, Personnel, Use of author Synopsis Abstract with slant, National and International abstracting agencies co-ordination of abstracting services, progress in machine abstracting.
- Information services-CAS,SDI, Problems in compilation of Documentation Lists, Problems of see page and scatter of documents and their solution.
- Thesaurus : Need and methods of construction.
- Marketing of Information-Concept, Marketing Strategies, techniques and Products.
Paper-IV Depth Classification (Theory)
- Normative principles of Bliss, Browin ,. Richardson, Sayers and Ranganathan-Comparaive study.
- Designing of Schems for classification, Depth schedules-Ranganathan's methodology.
- Development of Theory of Library Classification; Role of classification Research Group (CRG), London, DRTC(Bangalore), FID and ISKO coding for Marchine search.
- Canons for work in the Idea plane Verbal Plane, National Plance.
- Categories in classification -Comparative study special isolates, Quasi isolates, Quasi common isolates, Principles for Facet sequence, Telescoping of Array and Facets.
- Classification scheme-Historical Development, Types,Special/General. Broad system of Ordering (BSO) Formation of Isolates, by Alphabetical, Chronological, Geographical and subject device, Decimal Fraction Device, Sector Device, Agglomeration Device. Zone Analysis.
- Genesis and Development of Notational Techniques National Techniques in CC and UDC-Comparative study.
- Recent development and Trends.
Paper-V Advance Cataloguing (Theory)
- Principles of Cataloguing.
- History and development of Library cataloguing codes.
- Detailed and comparative study of Classified Catalogue Code with additional rules for the Dictionary Catalogue Code and Anglo American Cataloguing Rules'II' Particularly rules concerning corrporate authorheadings, composite and multi-volumed books, periodical and serial publication.
- Alphabetisation and problems. Annotative Cataloguing problems in research and technical Libraies.
- Layout and rules for the entires of abstracting and indexing periodicals Including Layout for catalogue code. Union Catalogue.
- Subject cataloguing-use of standard subject heading lists.viz library of Congress Subject Heading List. Chain Procedure.
- Selective cataloguing. Centralised and Co-operative cataloging (national and Regional). Current practices in UK., U.S.A. and indian.
- Cataloguing of Special materials such as maps, micro films,Phonographs, record, films. etc.
- Organization of administration of catalogue department.
- Attempts towards international Catalogue Code.
- U.B.C., I.S.B.D. (M).I.S.B.D. (S). M.A.R.C. C.C.F.
Paper VI : Any one of the following
Paper VI (a) : Information Sources in Natural Sciences
- Scope of the subject
-Brief survey of the contributions made by the following Natural Scienctists.
Galicli Galilco, Archimedes. William Harvey, Sir Issac
Netwton, Cherles Darwin, Louis Pasteur, George, Johan, Mendal, Michael
Faraday. Madam Maric Curie. J.J. Thomoson.
Albert Einstein, Alexander Flemming. V. Raman, J.C. Bose. H.J.
Bhabha, Hargobind Khurana.
Developments, Problems and research trends in major disciplienes in the natural sciences: Physical and biological sciences.
Role of different types of primary documents in the growth and development of natural seiences as disciplines
Evaluation of the following secondary sources of information.
Indian Science Abstrcacts
Nuclear Science Abstrcacts
Science Citation Index
ANIS Atom Index
British Technology Index
Dissertation Abstrcacts Internationl
McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology
McGraw Hill Dictionary of Science and Technology
McGraw Hill Year Book of Science and Technology
Brief survey of activities of the following research institutions and professional organisations of India in the growth and development of natural science disciplienes:
Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) Delhi
Indian Association for Cultivation of Science (IACS), Calcutta
National Chemical Laboratory (NCL) Pune.
National Physical Laboratory of Indian (NPL), Delhi.
Deference Reserach and Development Organisation (DRDO) Delhi.
Indian National Science Academy (INSA), Delhi.
Indian Institule of Fundamental Research (IIFR), Bombay
Botanical Survey of India (BSI)
Zoological Survey of India (BSI)
Indian National Scientific and Documentation Center, (INSDOC), Delhi
All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi
Paper-VI (b): Informatioon Sources in Social Sciences
- Scope of of the Subject
Brief Survey of the Contribution made by the following Social Scientists.
Kautilya, Adam Smith, Alfred Marshal. J.M. Keynes. Plato Aristotle Thomes Acauinas. Machiavelli, M.K. Gandhi, Max Weber, emile Dhurkheim, August Compte, Karl Marx. Thomas Robert Mathus, Herodtus. Max Muller.
-Development, Problems and Research Trends in major disciplines in the Social Sciences. Economics. History Political Science and Socialogy.
-Role of different types of primary documents in the growth and development of Social Sciences as disciplenes.
Evaluation of the following Secondary Sources of Information:-
- International Encyclopedia of Social Science.
Sciences Citation Index, Philadelphia.
Index India. Jaipur
Social Sciences Index. New York.
nternational Bibliography of Social and Cultural Anthropology, London.
International of Political Science, London, International Bibliogrphy of Economics, London. Bulletin of the Public Affairs. Information Service (PAIS), New York.
Economic Abstracts. The Hague.
International Political Science Abstracts London.
Sociological Abstracts, New York.
Distorical Abstracts Oxford.
Distorical Abstracts International.
The Times Atlas of World History.
World Handbook of Social and Political Indicators.
-Brief Survey of the Activities of the following research institutions and professional organisations of India in the growth and development of social science desciplines-
Indian Council of Social Science Research, (ISSSR), Delhi.
Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA), Delhi.
National Council of Historical Research (ICHR), Delhi.
national Council of Educational Research and Traning (NCERT), Delhi.
Sardar Patel Institute of Economic and Social Research, Ahmedabad.
Institute of Constitutional and Parliamentary Studies, Delhi.
Indian Institute of Public Adminstration, (IIPA), Delhi.
G.B. Pant Social Science Institute, Allahabad.
Indian Council of Cultlural Relations, (ICCR), Delhi.
Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Pune.
Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Bombay.
Socio-Economic Rereach Institute, Calcutta.
Delhi School of Economics, Delhi.
Central Arid Zone Research Intitute (CAZRI) Jodhpur,
Paper-VI (c): Information Sources in Humanities
Scope of the Subject
-Brief survey of the important contributions in various disciplines.
-Deveopment, problems and researc trends in various major disciplines in the Humnities :
Religion Philosophy, Fine Arts and Literature.
-Role of different types of Primary documents in the growth and development of the humanities as distciplines.
-Evaluation of secondary sources of information.
-Brief survey of the activities of research institutions and professional organisations in the growth and development of the humanities as disciplines, with particuar reference to India, UK and USA.
Paper-VI (d): Management of Archives
- Archieval administration theoretical and practical.
- Preservation to archive theoretical and practical repairs. binding and preventive measures, chemical treatments.
- Raleograph-Record office management.
- Editing-Sigilography and heraldry.
- Historical studies in archieve administration Mansucript sutdies.
Paper-VII Any one of the following :-
Paper-VII (a) Public Library Systems
- Concept of a Modern Public Library, Public Library Systems-National, State, District etc.
- Major National Libraries of the world,Functions of a National Library.
- Functions of a Public Library-mass education, liesure and cultural advancement, Department of a Public Library, Developing service in various types of communities : existing related to standards methods of working etc.
- Library and the community. How to know the communtiy and provide and regional co-operation with school libraries and regional co-operation, Library Commitee and Trustees. Public library finance Library legislation and model act. Branch Libraries. Book Mobiles, Use of audiovisual materials in Public Library Architecture, A study of some renowned Public Liraries in the world, Standards. History of Library movement in U.K., U.S.A. and some Asian countries. Copyright collection and its admisistratrio. Exchange and Inter-Library-loan.
Paper-VII (b): Academic Libraries
- Role of U.G.C. in development of University and College Libraries.
- Growth & Development of academic libraries is India.
- Library Government : Authority, library Committee and relation of librarian with the authority.
- Library Finance : Sources of income, Budgetary procedure.
Library administration : Principle of administration duties of administrative heads. Departmental or Divistional organisation. Staff manual.
- Library personnel : Nature and size of staff, Qualification, Selection and professional development of staff. Method of measurement of staff effectiveness salary and status of library staff.
- Building library collection. Selection. acquistition and organisation of reading material : Books, periodicals.non book material.
- Library services, promotion of Reading, Reference and information service, circulation and photocopying service compliation of bibliogrphy.
- Library building : Basic elements in the design of Library building. Planning team, role of Librarian in Planning the building.
- Resouree Sharing : Objectives, Organisation, Implications of INFLIBNET.
- Measurement and evaluation : Statistics, measurement technique, surveys, standards.
Paper-VII (c) Special Libraries
- Role of scientific and technical libraries. Relantionship with parent organisation.
- Types and functions of special libraries : Government, research, industrial and commercial libraries.
- Evolution of scientific and technical libraries in India, U.K. & U.S.A. of library staff manual, library, surveys, statostics work measurement and standards their use and effectiveness.
- Library personnel : Nature. size qualification selection Professional development responsibilities and duties of staff.
- Buiding Library Collection : Book selection, acquisition policy and procedures of non-books and other doucments.
- Library services : Information and reference service, doucmentation service library builetins etc. Utilization of international, national and local source of information.
- Library building : Planning Basic elements in the design of livrary building furniture and fittings.
- Study of Research reports, Standards, Patents, etc.
Paper-VIII (a) Classification (Practice)
| Time : 3 Hours
|| Max.Marks : 50
Classification of books, monogrphs and articles by Colon Classification (6th ed., repint) and Universal Decimal Classification 3rd ab. Ed.
Note :- The Practical examination in Paper VI (a) will also take place alongwith other theory papers. The setting and evaluation of these papers will be done on the same pattern as that og theory papers.
The pattern and structure of paper VI (a) will be as following : 48 Marks
5 title out of 8 titles to be classified according to Colon Classification and UDC by using step by step technique of classification.
2 Marks for overall evaluation 2 Marks
Paper-VIII (b) Cataloguing (practice)
| Time : 3 Hours
|| Max.Marks : 50
Practical cataloguing to be done for a classified catalogue and dictionary catalogue by using the CCC (latest ed. with amendment for the former and AACRII (1978) alongwith the LC list sears list of Subject Heading for the later.
Note : The Practical examination in paper VI (b) will also take place alongwith other theory paper. The setting and evaluation of these Papers will be done on the same pattern as that of theory papers.
The pattern and structure of paper VI (b) will be as follows :-
5 titles to be catalogued
First 2 titles according to CCC (Ed. 5 with amendments)
Next 2 titles according to AACR-2 II (1978)
Last 5th titles to be catalogued either by CCC or AACR-2.
Paper-I Universe of Knowledge :
Recommended Readings :
Paper-II Information Technology
- Ayer (A.J.) , ed. : Problem of knowledge, New York, Macmillan, 1958
- Bernal (JD): The Social function of Science, London, Routledge Latested.
- Bliss (HE) : Organisation of knowledge and the system of science, New York, Holt, 1949.
- Curtie (ME) : American Scholarship in 20th Century, Cambridge. Harvard University Press, 1954.
- Dampier (WC) : A short history of Science, Cambridge University Press, 1956.
- Durevger (Maurice) : Introducation to the Social Sciences, London, Allen and Unwin, 1964.
- Fowler (WS) : Development of Scientific method New York, Pergamory 1963.
- Good (CV) and Scates (DE) -Methods of Research Ne York, Appleton, 1954.
- Langridge (Derek), Ed., : Universe of Knowledge, School of Library and Information Science, Univ of Meryland, 1969.
- Machlup (Fritz) : Production and Distribution of Knowledge in the U.S. princeton University Press.
- Madge (J) : The Tools of Social Science : London, Longmans Green & No., 1953.
- Reid (LA) : Ways of knowledge and experience, London, Allen and Unwin, 1961.
- Sarton (GA) : History of Science. Campridge, Harward University. 1959.
- Willson (FB) : Introduction to Scientific Research. New York, McGraw Hill, 1952.
- Whitney (FL) : Elements of Research, Ed.3, Englewood, Prentice Hall 1950.
Paper-III Information Systems and Services
- Hunt (Reger) and John (Shelly) : Computer and Computer and Commonsence. New Delhi, Printice Hall, 1982.
- Maynard (J) : Computer programming - Made Simple. Landon, E.L.B.S. 1983.
- Fosdick *Howard) : Computer Basics for librarians and information scientists Arlington, Information Resources Press, 1985.
- Levey (Lan) : Antomating library procedures. London, Lobrary Association, 1984.
- Rewley (J.E.): Computers for libraries, London, Bingley, 1980.
- Tedd (L.A.).: Introduction to Computer based library systems. Ed 2 London Hyden, 1984.
- Satyanaryan (NR) : A Manual of computerization in libraries, New Delhi, Wishwa Prakshan, 1995.
- Kaul (HK) : Library network : An Indian Experience. New Delhi, Virgo 1992.
- Kumar (PSG) : Computerization of Indian Libraries.
- Suzanne (Bahter), Ed. : Information transfer, New Age, New ways London, Kluwer Academic Publishers. 1983.
- Saunders (D,H,) : Computer today New York Mc Graw Hill. 1985.
- Library Trends : V 37 N 3, 1989 (special issue)
- Neilsan (Jacob) : Hypartext and Hype media Bosto, Academic Press 1990.
- Seshagirl (N) and Ahapov (Aram),Ed : Multimedia computer and communication New Delhi : Mc Graw Hill, 1992.
Paper-IV Depth Classification (Theory)
- Frank (O), Ed.: Modern Documentation and information Practices. The Hague, FID, 1961.
- Shera (JA) : Decumentation in action. New York Reinhold, 1956
- Ranganthan (SR) etc. Ed.: Documentation and its facets. Bombay, Asia, 1964.
- Perry (JW) : Documentation and information retrieval. New York, Interscience wiley. 1959
- Hattery (LH) and MC Cormic (EM) Ed.: Information retrieval management. Detroit, Mich American Detroit, Mich, American Data Processing 1963.
- International conference. on Scientific, Information Proceedings 2V Washington, 1958.
- Vickery (BC) : On retrieval system theory. London Butterworth, 1960.
- Vickery (BC) : Facted Classification, a guide to construction and use fo special schemes. London, Aslib, 1960.
- Vickery (BC) Ed : Classification and indexing in Science Ed. 3. Lomdon Butterworth, 1975.
- Foskett (DJ) : Classification and indexing in Social Science. London, Butterworth, 1963.
- Taube (M) etc : Studies in C0-ordinate indexing 5V. Washington, DC Documentation, 1963.
- Taube (M) and Wooster (H), Ed. Information storge and retrieval : theory system and devices. New York, Columbia University. Press, 1958.
- Kent (A) : Text Book on mechanized information retrieval. New York Interscience, 1962.
- Bullou (HW) : Guide to micro-reproduction equipment, Annaposils, Nat IMicrofication 1969.
- Burket (J) : Micro recording in Libraries : A review of proesent practice. London, L.A. 1957.
- Very (HR) : Document copying and reproduction proces. London, Fountain Press, 1958.
- Artandi (Susan) : Introducation to computers in Information Science. N.J. Scarecrow, Press, 1968.
- Samuleson, (Kjel) : Mechanized information storage retrieval and dissemnation, Amsterdam , More Holland 1968.
- Houghlton (Vernard) Ed.: Computer based information retrieval system London, Bingley, 1958.
Recommended Readings :
Paper-V Advanced Cataloguing (Theory) :
- Schedule of University Decimal Classification.
- Dewey Decimal Classification Ed. 19.
- Ranganathan (SR) : Colon Classification Ed.6.
- Bliss (HE) : Bibliographic Classification.
- Brown (JD) : Subject Classification New ed.
- Schedules of Library of Congress Classification.
- Ranganathan (SR) : Library Classification, Fundamentals and procedure.
- Bliss (HER) : Organisation of knowledge in Lifbraries and Systems of Science, New York, Henry Hold land Co.
- Bliss (HE) : Organisation of Knowledge in Libraries.
- Ranganathan (SR) : Prolegomena to Library Classification Ed. 3.
- Ranganathan (SR) : Philosophy of Library Classification.
- Ranganathan (SR) : Classification and International Documentation.
- Ranganathan (SR) : Classification & Communication.
- Ranganathan (SR) : Depth Classification.
- Stanvely Ronald etc. :Introduction to Subject-study. London, Grafton, 1967.
- Annals of Library Science, 1954.
- Abgila Annals, 1949-1953.
- London: Classification Research Group Bulletins in Journal lf Documentation (Different vols.)
- F.I.D. : Review of Documentation 1952, V.19 pp. 91-97.
- International Study Conference on Classification, 1964. Proceed in Copenhangen, Munksgard, 1965.
- International Study Conterence on Classification Retrieval, Dorking 1957. Procedings,London, Aslib, 1957.
- DRTC. Annual Seminars Proceedings 1963-73 Bangalore.
- De Grolier (Eric): A study of general Categaries.
- Application to Classification and Coding in Documentation-UNESCO 1962.
- Rechardson (EC) : Classification-Theoretical and Practical. Ed. 2 New York, 1912.
- Mult by (A) Sayers (WCB) : Mannual of Library Classification for Libraries. Ed. 5 London, Andra Deutsch 1975.
- Foskett (DJ) : Classification and Indexing in Social Science, 1962.
- Vickery (BC) : Classification & Indexing in Sciences, Ed. 3 1975.
- Ranganathan S.R. Colon Classification Ed. 7.
- Parkhi (RS) : Library Classification-Evolution of a Dynamic Theory Bombay, Asia.
- UDC International Medium edition English Text 1985.
Paper-VI (a) Information Sources in Natural Sciences :
- American Library Association etc. Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules. North Amerian Text Chicago II (1978).
- Cutter (CA) : Rules for Dictionary Catalogue, Ed. 4 Washington, govt. Printing off, 1964.
- Ranganathan (SR) : Classified Catalogue Code with Additional Rules for Dictionary catalogue, code, Ed. 5 Bombay, Asia, 1964.
- Library of Congress : List of Subject - Headidngs (latested) 1957.
- Norries (DM) : History of Cataloguing and Cataloguing's Methods, 1103-1185. London, Grafton, 1939.
- Shera (JH) and Egan (ME) : Classified catalogue : Basic principles and practices. Chicago, ALA, 1956.
- Piggot (M) : Cataloguing principles and practice : an inquiry London, LA. 1954.
- Ranganathan (SR) : Heading and canons : Comparative study of five Catalogue. codes IMadras Vishwanathan, 1965.
- Lubctzky (S) : Cataloguin rules and principles. Weshington Library of Congress, 1953.
- Pettee (Julia) : Subject Heading : The History and Theory of the alphabetical subject approach to books. New York Wilson, 1948.
- Daykin (DJ) : Subject Heading : The History and theory of the alphabetical subject approach to books. New York Wilson, 1948.
- Snyers (WCB) : First steps of annotation in catalogue. Rey. Ed. London L.A.
- Colison (RL) : Indexes Indixing. London. Bond. 1953.
- Ranganthan (SR etc) : Union catalogue of learned periodical publications in South Asia, Vol. 1, physical and Biological Science. Indian Libiary Assoication, 1953. Introduction only.
- Osborn (AD) : Serial publications : their palce and treatment in Libraries Chicago, ALA, 1956.
- Collison (KL) : The treatment of special material in Libraries. New York. Columbia University Press, 1958.
- Strout (RF), Ed. : Subject Catalogue : Headings and Structure London, L.A. 1960.
- Coates (EJ) : subject Catalogue : Headings and Structure London, L.A. 1960.
- International Conference on Cataloguing Principles. Paris 1961, Report IFLA, London, 1963.
recommended Readings :
Paper-VI (b) Information Sources in Social Sciences :
- American Chemical Socity : Searching the chemical literatue. Wshington American Chemical Society, 1961.
- Auger (Pierre) : Current trends in scientific research. paris, Unesco, 1961.
- Bernal (JD) Social function of Science. Combrridge, Massachu setts. MIT Press, 1964.
- Brown (CH). : Scientific serials Chicage. Association of College and Research Libraries, 1956.
- Dampier (William Cecil): Histroy of Science and its relations with philosophy and religion. London, cambriedge University Press, 1961.
- Grogan (Denis) : Science and Technology : Introducation to science. New York New American Library world literature, 1964.
- Hall (A Rupert) and Hall (Marie Boas). Brief history of science. New York New American Library workd literature, 1964.
- Jeans (James) : Growth of Physical Sciences, New York, Fawcett World Library, 1951.
- Jeankins (F) : Science reference Sources, Ed. 4 Champaign Illinois, Illionis, Union Bookstore, 1965.
- Price (Dorek J.De. Solla) : Little Science, big science. New York, Columbia University Press, 1963.
- Kaser (David) etc. : Library development in either Asian Countries NJ, Scarecrow, Press, 1969.
- Peel (Bruee) : Librarianship in Cananda, 1946-1967.Otawa, Canadian Library Association. 1968.
- Mallaker (KA) etc. Ed. : The International standardization of Library Statistics L.A. Progress report, London, IfTA : Bombay Asia, 1968.
- Ranganthan (SR) etc. Ed. : Free Bone Service : An International Bombay, Asia, 1968.
- Shafer (Date Eugenem) : The maturity of librarian ship as a profession NJ, Scarecro Press, 1968.
- Carnovsky (L) : International aspects of Librarian Ship Paper presented before the Eitheenth Annual Conference of Graduate School of the University of Chicago, University of Chicage, University Press, 1954.
- Chift (DH) Ed : Library Assiation in the United States British Commonwealth, Library Trends, (3) January, 1955 (Whole issue)..
- Standfold (FB) : Increasing Library resources of different types Library Trends. V6 (3), 1958, P. 233-342.
- Grazier (RT) : Co-Operation Libraries of different of different types Library Trends, V6 (3), 1958, P. 233-342.
- White (DM) ed : bases of Modern Librarianship. New York, Pergaman, 1964.
Paper-VI (C) Informtion Sources in Humanities
- Deutcher (CG) etc. Guide to historical literature, New York, Macmillan 1951.
- Hoselitz (Bert F) : Reader's guide to the social sciences Rev. ed. Glencoe, Free Press, 1972.
- Mackenzie (N) Ed. : Guide to the Social sciences. London, weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1966.
- Mackenzie (WJW) : Study of political science today London, Macmillan, 1970.
- Madan (GR) : Economic thinking in India. Ed. 2, Delhi S. Chand 1981.
- Majumdar (RC) : Hidtoriography in Modern India. Bombay, Asia, 1970.
- Mann (Peter H) : Methods to sociological enquiry. New York, Schocken book, 1968.
- Rahman (A) etc. Ed. Indian refernece material : Scientific and technical information Users needs and services (Iaslic Conference 9, ) Calcutta, Iaslic, 1972.
- Raison (Timothy) Ed. : Founding fathers of social sciences. Hammondsworth, Penguin, 1979.
- Rex (John) Discovering sociology : Studies in Sociological theory and method. London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1973.
- Seligman (Ben B) Mian currents in modern economics, New York, Free Press, 1962.
- Unesco : Main trends of research in social and human science. Paris Unesco, 1970.
- Unnithan (TKN) Ed. : sociology of Indial New Delhi, Prentice Hall 1967.
- White (CM) etc. : Sources of information in the social sciences, Ed. 2 Tolowa, N.j> Bedminster Press. 1973.
Paper-VI (d) Management of Archives
- Asheim (Lester) etc. : Humanities and the library : Problem in the interpret on, evaluation and use of library materials, Chicago, ALA. 1970.
- Chandler (G) : How to find out about literature, Rev. ed. 5 Oxford, Pergamon Press.1982.
- Crane (RS) : ldea of the humanities. V.I. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.1967.
- Jones (WT) Sciences and the humanities : Confict and reconciliation, Berkeley, University of California Press.
- Winchell (CM) : Guide to reference books. Ed. 8. Chicago, ALA, 1967 (with suplements).
Paper-VII (a) Public Library System :
- Millers (S) etc. : Manual of the arrangement and description of Archives etc. Ed.2.
- Jenkison (H) : Archice Administration.
- Minogue (AE) : Care and preservation of records.
- Grant (J) : Books and documents.
- Forsythe (KL) : Book binding.
- Frey and Vethhe : Preservation of leather book binding.
- Plenderlieth (HJ) : Conversation of prints, drawings and manuscripts.
- National of Historical Research, London, Bulleting No.1.
- Soal (RD) : Microfilming.
- Institute of Historical Research. London, Bulletin No.1.
- Saintscury (N0 Ed.: Instruction to editors.
- Ghetly : How to make index.
- India, Imperial Records Department : Rules of Indexing records.
Paper-VII (b) Academic Libraries :
- Mc Colvin (R) : Public Library Systems of Great Britain : A report on its present condition with proposals for reorganization, LA, 1942.
- ALA, Public Library Division Co-ordinating Committee or Revision of Public Library Standards : Public Library Services, a guide to evaluation with minimum standards. Chicago. ALA 1956.
- Ranganthan (SR) : Library development plan; a thirty year programme for India with draft library bill. Delhi, University of Delhi, 1950.
- Esdaile (A) : National Libraries of the World. Latest ed. London, L>H.
- Sewell (PH) : Refional library systems. Ed. 2 London, LA, 1556.
- ALA : Library Building and Equipment Institute : Guideline for library planners, Chicago ALA, 1954.
- ALA : American Library Law, Chicago, ALA, 1964.
- Schenk (GK) : Country and regional library development. Chicago ALA, 1954.
- Carbett (EW) : The public library and its control London. Assciation of Assistant Librarians, 1962.
- UNESCO : National Libraries their problems and prospects, Paris 1960.
- White (CM) Ed. Bases of modern Librarianship. New York, Pergamon Press, 1964.
- Eaton (T),Ed. : Contributors to American library, history, Compaign III Union Book Store, 1961.
- Ranganathan (SR) : Library legislation : Hand book to Madras Library Act, Madras Madras Library Assoicatil 1953.
- Public Library systems in the Unid States : A survey of multijurisdictional system by Nelson and Associates for the Public Library Association.Chicago ALA, 1969.
Paper-VII (c) Scientific and Technical Libraries :
- American Assoication of School Librarians : Standards for School Library Programmes. ALA. Chicago, 1960.
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- Lyle (GR) : Administration of the College library. Ed. 3, N.Y. Willson 1961.
- Metcalf (K.D.) : Planning academic and research library building. N.Y. Mc.Graw Hill, 1965.
- Metcalf (K.D.): Ed. Studies in administrative problems. New Brunswick Rutgers University Press. 1960
- Ranganthan (SR) : School and College Libraries. Madras Library Association, 1942.
- Rogers (RD) and Weber (DC) : University Library adminstration N.Y., H.W. Wilson, 1971.
- Thompson (Jones) : Introduction of University library administration, Clive Bingley, 1970.
- University Grants Committee (India), Library (Committee 1957) Report : University and College Libraries. Delhi. UGC. 1967.
- University Grants Committee (Great-Britain). Libraries (Committee) Report, London, HMSB, 1967.
- Wilson (RL) and Tauber (MF) : University Library.
- Ranganathan (SR) : New Education and School library.
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- Burkett (J),Ed, : Special library and information services with United kingdom, Ed. 2, London, L.A. 1965.
- Burkett (J) and MOREAN (TS) , Ed. :Special materials in the library London, Aslib, 1957.
- Carter (LF) and other, Ed. : National information handling system for science and technology, New York, Wiley, 1967.
- Collison (RL) : Treatment of special materials in the library. Aslib 1957.
- Prank (O) Ed. : Modern documentation and infromation practice Hague. PID, 1961.
- Gren fell (D) : Periodical and serials : their treatment in special libraries Ed. 2. London, Aslib, 1965.
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- Houghton (B0 Technical information sources. Ed. 2. London, Bingley 1972.
- Janking (FB), science reference sources Ed. 4, 1965.
- Lewis (CM),ed.,: Special libraries how to plan and equip the.New York, SLA, 1965.