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The Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU) - Department of Information Science and Technology offers following courses:

B. Tech. (Comp. Science Engg.; Electronics & Communication Engg.; Mechanical Engg.; and Biotechnology )

M.Tech. (Comp. Science & Engg.)

M.Tech. (Software Engineering)

M.Tech. (Electronics & Communication Engineering)

M.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering) (Manufacturing & Automation)

M.Tech. (Biotechnology)

For further information please contact to the address given below:

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Deptartment of Engg. & Technology
Dr. S.P.Khatkar
Phone : 01262-393274

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Department of Library & Information Science, Maharshi Dayanand University is the department under Maharshi Dayanand University.

Courses:
Master of Library and Information Sciences

Eligibility;
The candidate should have passed M.A./M.Sc./M.Com/ Graduation in 45% or equivalent from any recognized university.

Fees
22700/-

Faculty list;
Dr. Nirmal Kumar Swain
Dr. Sanjiv Kadyan
Dr. Satish Malik
Mr. Anil Kumar Siwatch
Ms. Pinki

Major Thrust Areas for Research Activities
Library Management,
E-resources and their applications, Knowledge organization and
Management
ETC

Syllabus;

1st SEM
Unit – I: Libraries as Social Institutions
• Social and historical foundation of Library
• Different types of Libraries – features and functions
• Development of Libraries with special reference to India
• Role of Library in formal and informal education
Unit – 2: Normative Principles of Library and Information Science
• Laws of Library Science and their implications
Unit – 3: Laws relating to Libraries and Information Centres
• Library legislation – need and essential features
• Library legislations in India
• Copyright Act, IT Act, Intellectual Property Rights, Delivery of Books (Public Libraries) Act
Unit – 4: Library and Information Profession
• Librarianship as a Profession
• Professional ethics
• Professional Associations and their role with particular reference to ILA, IASLIC, ALA,
BLA, and IFLA
Unit – 5: Promoters of Library and Information Science
• National level promoters – Raja Ram Mohan Roy Library Foundation, UGC, ICAR and
ICMR
• International level promoters – UNESCO

MDU Rohtak MLISC Syllabus
MASTER OF LIBRARY AND INFORAMTION SCIENCE
(REGULAR MODE)
1st Semester
Paper I: Foundations of Library and Information Science
Maximum marks : 80
Pass marks : 40
Time : 3Hrs.
(Theory)
Note: The paper is divided into 5 Units. The question paper consists of ten questions (Two questions from each Unit).
The candidates are required to attempt five questions in all selecting at least one question from each Unit. All
questions carry equal marks.
Unit – I: Libraries as Social Institutions
•Social and historical foundation of Library
•Different types of Libraries – features and functions
•Development of Libraries with special reference to India
•Role of Library in formal and informal education
Unit – 2: Normative Principles of Library and Information Science
•Laws of Library Science and their implications
Unit – 3: Laws relating to Libraries and Information Centres
•Library legislation – need and essential features
•Library legislations in India
•Copyright Act, IT Act, Intellectual Property Rights, Delivery of Books (Public Libraries) Act
Unit – 4: Library and Information Profession
•Librarianship as a Profession
•Professional ethics
•Professional Associations and their role with particular reference to ILA, IASLIC, ALA,
BLA, and IFLA
Unit – 5: Promoters of Library and Information Science
•National level promoters – Raja Ram Mohan Roy Library Foundation, UGC, ICAR and
ICMR
•International level promoters – UNESCO
Suggested Readings:
1. Gardner, Frank M. Public Library Legislation: A Comparative Study. Paris: UNESCO, 1971.
2. Harrison, Colin and Beenham, Rosernary. The Basics of Librarianship. 3rd ed. London: Clive-Bingley,
1990.
3. India Ministry of Education.Report of the Advisory Committee for Libraries. Delhi: Manager of
Publications, 1959.
4. Jefferson, G. Libraries and Society. London: James Clarks, 1969.
5. Khanna, J. K. Library and Society. Kurukshetra: Research Publications, 1987.
6. Krishan Kumar. Library Organization. New Delhi: Vikas Publications, 1993.
7. Ranganathan, S. R. Five Laws of Library Science. 5th ed. Bangalore: SaradaRanganathan Endowment for
Library Science, 2006.
8. Ranganathan, S. R., ed. Free Book Service for All: An International Survey, 1969. Asia Publishing
House, 1969.
Paper II: Knowledge Processing, Organization & Retrieval
Maximum marks : 80
Pass marks : 40
Time : 3Hrs.
(Theory)
Note: The paper is divided into 5 Units. The question paper consists of ten questions (Two questions from each Unit).
The candidates are required to attempt five questions in all selecting at least one question from each Unit. All
questions carry equal marks.
Unit – 1: Structure of Knowledge
•Universe of Subjects- Definitions and Purpose
•Modes of formation of subjects
•Library Classification- Definition, Need and Purpose
•Mapping of subjects according to CC (Main classes) and DDC (2nd Level Classes)
Unit – 2: Library Classification
•Postulational Approach- Postulates, Facet Analysis, Fundamental Categories, Phase analysis,
Principles of Helpful Sequence and Facet Sequence
•Notation- Need, Type and Quality
•Call Number- Class Number, Book Number and Collection Number
Unit-3: Knowledge Organization in different Scheme of Library Classification
•Standard schemes of classification and their feature (CC and DDC)
•Normative principles of classification and their applications
Unit – 4: Bibliographic Description
•Catalogue - Definition, Need and Purpose, Types of Library Catalogue, Physical forms
(Conventional and Non-conventional including OPAC).
•Kinds of Catalogue Entries according to CCC and AACR-2.
•Current trends in standardization, description and exchange of information: MARC-21, ISBD,
ISO 2709, CCF
Unit – 5: Subject Cataloguing
•Subject cataloguing- Definition, Need, Purpose and Principles of Subject Cataloguing
•Subject heading lists- Sears List of Subject Heading and their feature
Suggested Readings:
1. Chaudhary, G. G. Modern Information Retrieval Theory. London: Library Association, 1999.
2. Dhyani, Pushpa. Theory of Library Classification. Delhi: VishwaPrakashan, 2000.
3. Foskett, A. C. Subject Approach to Information. 5
th
ed. London: Clive Bingley, 1990.
4. Hunter, E. J. and Bakewell, K. G. B. Advanced Cataloguing. London: Clive Bingley, 1989.
5. Krishan Kumar. Theory of Classification. 4th rev ed. New Delhi: Vikas Publications, 2000.
6. Ranganathan, S. R. Prolegomena to Library Classification. 3rded. Bangalore: SaradaRanganathan
Endowment for Library Science, 1967.
7. Ranganathan, S. R. Classified Catalogue Code with Additional Rules of Dictionary Catalogue. 5thed.
Bangalore: SaradaRanganathan Endowment for Library Science, 1988.
Paper – III Knowledge Processing, Organization & Retrieval
Maximum marks : 80
Pass marks : 40
Time : 3Hrs.
(Practice)
Note: The paper is divided into 2 Parts. Each part carries 40 marks.
Part – I: Classification of Documents by Latest Available Edition of DDC
Note: There are fifteen Titles. The candidates are required to classify any ten titles.
•Classification of Documents representing Simple Subject, Compound Subject, and
Complex Subject, having Common Isolates etc.
Part – II: Cataloguing of Documents by AACR-II
Note: 1. There are four Titles in Section 1. The candidates are required to catalogue any two titles only.
2. There are two Titles in Section 2. The candidates are required to catalogue any one title only.
Section 1: Conventional Documents
•Documents having Personal Author, Shared Author (s), Collaborator (s)
•Documents published under Pseudonym (s)
•Cataloguing of Corporate Authorship
•Multivolume documents
•Periodical Publications
Both the catalogued documents may be assigned subject headings as per “Library of
Congress Subject Headings List”
Section 2: Non-Book Material
•Atlas- Maps, Globe
•Manuscript
•Musical Works
•Sound Recordings
•Motion Picture and Video Recordings
The catalogued document may be assigned subject headings as per “Library of Congress
Subject Headings List”
Suggested Readings:
1. Dewey, Melvil, and Julianne Beall. DDC, Dewey Decimal Classification. 19th ed. Albany,
N.Y., U.S.A.: Forest, 1985.
2. ALA and others. Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules: AACR. 2nd rev ed. London: Library
Association, 2006.
3. Library of Congress Subject Headings. 4th abridged ed. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress,
Cataloging Distribution Service, 2006.
Paper IV: Information Communication Technologies: Basics
Maximum marks : 80
Pass marks : 40
Time : 3Hrs.
(Theory)
Note: The paper is divided into 5 Units. The question paper consists of ten questions (Two questions from
each Unit). The candidates are required to attempt five questions in all selecting at least one question
from each Unit. All questions carry equal marks.
Unit 1: Hardware Concepts
•Information Technologies: Definition, Need, Scope and Objectives
•Historical development of computers, Generation of Computers, Classification of
Computers, Components of Computers, Input Output devices
Unit 2: Software Concepts
•Operating Systems: Single & Multi-user, Basic features of MS-DOS, MS Windows
and LINUX
•Programming Languages: Basic Concepts and Tools
•Algorithm & Flowcharting
Unit 3: General Application Softwares
•MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint
Unit 4: Library Automation
•Library Automation: Definition, Need and Purpose
•Library & Information Management Softwares: WINISIS, Basic features/modules of
SOUL
Unit 5: Computer Applications to Library & Information Works
•Application of Computers to Library House Keeping Operations
•Local Area Network : Basics
•Library Networks in India: DELNET, etc.
•Internet : Basics
Suggested Readings:
1. Amba, Sanjeevi and Raghavan, K. S. CDS/ISIS: A Primer. New Delhi: EssEss
Publication, 1999.
2. Bharihoke, Deepak. Fundamentals of IT. 2nded. New Delhi: Excel Books, 2002.
3. Rajaraman. Fundamentals of Computers. 3rded. New Delhi: Prentice Hall of India, 2001.
4. Rowley, Jennifer. Computers for Libraries. 3rded. London: Library Association, 1993.
5. Sinha, P. K. Foundations of Computing. New Delhi: BPB, 2002.
6. Taxali, R. K. PC Software for Windows Made Simple. New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill, 1998.
2nd Semester
Paper– V: Management of Library and Information Centres
Maximum marks : 80
Pass marks : 40
Time : 3Hrs.
(Theory)
Note: The paper is divided into 5 Units. The question paper consists of ten questions (Two questions from
each Unit). The candidates are required to attempt five questions in all selecting at least one question
from each Unit. All questions carry equal marks.
Unit 1: Management
•Concept, Definition and Scope
•Functions and Principles of Scientific Management
•Management of Change : Concept of Change, Problems of Inducing Change,
Techniques of Managing Change
•Total Quality Management : Definition, Concept, Elements
Unit 2: Planning
•Planning : Definition, Need and Purpose
•System Analysis : Concept, Definition, Need, Library as a System, Performance
Evaluation, Project Management
•LibraryBuilding and Infrastructural Planning
Unit 3: Human Resources
•Organizational Structure
•Standards Relating to Manpower Requirements (Ranganathan’s Formula etc.)
•Job Description and Analysis with Reference to Libraries
•Inter-personal Relations
•Training and development
Unit 4: Library Finance
•Sources of Finance
•Budget : Concept, Definition and Purpose, Techniques for Budget Preparation
•Library Budget Preparation and Budget Management
•Outsourcing : Concept, Definition, Need and Purpose
Unit 5: Library House Keeping Operations
•Different Sections of Library & Information Centres
•Functions of Different Sections (Resources Development Section – collection
development policies of print and e-resources, Processing Section, Periodicals
Section, Maintenance Section including conservation and preservation, Circulation
Section)
•Library Rules, Stock Verification and Weeding Policies and Procedures
•Types of Reports, Contents and style of Annual Reports
•Library Statistics etc.
Suggested Readings:
1. Krishan Kumar. Library Management in Electronic Environment. New Delhi: Har-
Anand Publications, 2007.
2. Mittal, R. L. Library Administration: Theory and Practice. 5thed. New Delhi: EssEss
Publications, 2007.
3. Mookherjee, Subodh Kumar and Sengupta, Beneyendra. Library Organization and
Library Administation.Calcutta: World Press, 1972.
4. Panwar, B. S. and Vyas, S. D. Library Management. Delhi: R. R. Publishing, 1986.
5. Ranganathan, S. R. Library Manual for Authorities, Librarians and Honorary Library
Workers. 2nd ed. Bombay: Asia Publishing House, 1967.
6. Singh, M. Library and Information Management: Theory and Practice. Delhi: IBT,
1983.
7. Singh, R. S. P. Fundamentals of Library Administration and Management. Delhi:
Prabhat Publications, 1990.
8. Stueart, R. D. and Moran, B. B. Libraries and Information Center Management. 2nded.
London: Libraries Unlimited, 2007.


Contact
Maharshi Dayanand University
Delhi Road, Rohtak, Haryana 124001 ‎
01262 274 327


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