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Friday, June 1, 2012

Important for All LIS Examination-2

A. B. Maslow: Proposed Hygienic factors. →LIS Cafe-Home
A. B. Maslow: Hierarchy of need Theory.→LIS Cafe-Home
Alan Pritchard: He for the first time coined the term "Bibliometrics" in a paper titled "Statistical Bibliography or Bibliometrics?" →LIS Cafe-Home
Alireza Noruzi: Applies Ranganathan's Laws to the Web.→LIS Cafe-Home
B. S. Jha: Was the chairman of National Library Committee of India.
B.S Kesavan: First Librarian of National Library of India. →LIS Cafe-Home
Beesman : The propounder of the term information transfer.
Benjamin A. Custer: The Editor in Chief of 19th Edition of DDC.
C. A. Cutter: Invented the Dictionary Catalogue. →LIS Cafe-Home
C. W. Hanson: Divides documentary sources of information into two categories i.e. Primary and Secondary. →LIS Cafe-Home
C.E. Shannon & W. Weaver: Proposed Linear model of communication in knowledge based on Aristotles’ model of communication.→LIS Cafe-Home
Carl Savage: Used the concept “Invisible College” for the first time.
Charles Babbage: Designed analytical engine.
Charles Babbage: The father of the computer. →LIS Cafe-Home
Conrad Gesner: He is regarded as father of bibliography.
D. B. Krishna Rao: First Ph.D. holders in Library Science in India.
Denis Grogan: Classifies the documents into three categories, i.e primary, secondary and tertiary. →LIS Cafe-Home
Derek Austin: Developed PRECIS.→LIS Cafe-Home
Douglas Mc Gregor: Developed Theory X and Theory Y. →LIS Cafe-Home
E. B. Ross: Provided casual hint to Dr. S. R. Ranganathan that makes the First law of Library to emerge.→LIS Cafe-Home
E. C. Richardson: Defined notation as shorthand sign.
E. J. Coats: Coats Subject Indexing.→LIS Cafe-Home
Elton Mayo: Social Relation of Management.
Elton Mayo: Human Behavioral Theory→LIS Cafe-Home
Edgar. F. Codd: Gives the 12 rules for relational database.→LIS Cafe-Home
F. Monbrary Volte: The first editor of “Modern Librarian”
F. W. Taylor: The father of Scientific Management.→LIS Cafe-Home
F. W. Taylor: Father of Scientific theory→LIS Cafe-Home
F W Taylor: Scientific Principles of Management.→LIS Cafe-Home
F Herzberg: Develop Motivation Hygienic Approach.→LIS Cafe-Home
Francis Bacon: Said that “some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed and some few to be chewed and digested”.→LIS Cafe-Home
G. Bhattacharya: Developed POPSI.→LIS Cafe-Home
George Boole: Discussed symbolic logic in “Treatise of differential equation”.→LIS Cafe-Home
George Kingsely Zipf: Wrote “Psycho-biology of language: An introduction to dynamic philosophy”.→LIS Cafe-Home
H. Khan and Mann: System analysis has been used first by H. Khan and Mann of RAND Corporation.→LIS Cafe-Home
Haines: Wrote “Living with book”.
Henri Fayol: The father of Classical School of Management.→LIS Cafe-Home
Henri Fayol: Classical Theory or Generalist Theory→LIS Cafe-Home
Henri La Fontaine: Honoured with ‘Nobel Prize’ for his substantial contribution in Documentation.→LIS Cafe-Home
J. C. M. Hanson: Devised Library of Congress Classification System.
J. D. Brown: Enunciated the subject Classification.→LIS Cafe-Home
J. E. L. Farradane: Developed Relational Indexing.
James Duff Brown: The pioneer of open access system in British libraries.→LIS Cafe-Home
John Macfarlane: The first librarian of the Imperial Library (now National Library, Kolkata, India).→LIS Cafe-Home
James I. Wyer: Propounded “Conservative, moderate and liberal theories of reference service”.→LIS Cafe-Home
James R. Rettig: Gave the sixth law of library science “Every reader his/her freedom”
John Cotton Dana: Started New York Charging system.
John S. Mitchell: The Editor in Chief of 23rd Edition of DDC.→LIS Cafe-Home
Kaiser: Give the concept of concretes and processes.
Kumudeshar Barthakur: Took leading role for the library movement in Assam (India).
Larry Page and Sergey Brain: Developed Google.→LIS Cafe-Home
Louis Brandies: Scientific management Theory
Larry: Firstly developed Data Flow Diagram (DFD).→LIS Cafe-Home
Luther Gulick: POSDCORB.→LIS Cafe-Home
M. M. Kessler: Advocated Bibliographic coupling for the first time.
Melvin Dewey: He for the first time started library school.→LIS Cafe-Home
Paul Otlet: He for the first time used the term ‘Documentation’ in a lecture at the International Congress at Brussels.→LIS Cafe-Home
Luther Gulick: Coined the term “POSDCORB”.→LIS Cafe-Home
M. C. Yovits: Stated that Information is data of value to decision making.→LIS Cafe-Home
M. M. Kessler: Advocated Bibliographic coupling for the first time.→LIS Cafe-Home
Madden, Moon, Moore, Mc Pheron: Stated that “Librarianship is not a profession”.
Max Webber: Burocractic theory →LIS Cafe-Home
Martimer Taube: Developed UNITERM. →LIS Cafe-Home
Mc Colvin: Stated the demand and supply theory of books.
Mc Gregor: Motivation Theory ‘X ‘and ‘Y’    →LIS Cafe-Home
Melvil Dewey: Quoted "To provide the best books to the maximum readers at the least cost".→LIS Cafe-Home
Melville Dewey: Devised DDC system.
Melvin J. Voigt: Categorized information need into current approach, everyday approach, and exhaustive approach→LIS Cafe-Home
Michael Gorman: Suggested for Book Order Vigilance Pad (BOVP).
Michael Gorman: Wrote “Our Singular Strengths”.→LIS Cafe-Home
Nihar Ranjan Roy: He for the first time in India, DDC and AACR rule introduced.
Pascal: Developed Calculating machine.→LIS Cafe-Home
Patricia B. Knapp: Contributed on the systematic use of user's education.
Paul Otlet and Henri La Fontaine: Devised UDC.
Peter A. Phyor: Zero Based Budget.→LIS Cafe-Home
Peter F. Drucker: Introduced Management by Objectives (MBO).
Peter Drucker: Father of Modern Management.→LIS Cafe-Home
Peter Drucker: Management by Objectives(MBO)→LIS Cafe-Home
Powell: Stated ”It is a library with little or no physical presence of books, periodicals, reading space or support staff, but are that disseminate disseminate selective information directly to distribute library customers, usually electronically”.→LIS Cafe-Home
R. Astall: Stated “Special libraries serve a specialist clientele, located within a single establishment or group and all engaged in working towards one common purpose.”
Richard Matthew Stallman: Founded Free Software Foundation (FSF).
S. R. Ranganathan: Stated “A library is a public institution or establishment charged with the care of collection of books, the duty of making them accessible to those who require the use of them and the task of converting every person in its neighborhood into a habitual library goers and reader of books.”→LIS Cafe-Home
S. R. Ranganathan: Quote “Reference service is the contact between the right reader and the right book in the right personal way”.→LIS Cafe-Home
S. R. Ranganathan: Coined the term “Library on Wheels” for mobile libraries.
S. R. Ranganathan: Enunciated the five fundamental categories.
S. R. Ranganathan: Classified documentary sources of information into Conventional, Neo Conventional, Non Conventional and Meta Document.→LIS Cafe-Home
S. R. Ranganathan: First professionally qualified university librarian in India.
S. R. Ranganathan: Introduced Three card system- (i) Register Card, (ii) Check Card, and (iii) Classified Index Card.→LIS Cafe-Home
S. R. Ranganathan: He for the first time used the term prenatal cataloguing.
S. Halkett & J. Laing: The author of “Dictionary of anonymous and pseudonymous literature”.→LIS Cafe-Home
Samuel Clement Bradford: Bradfords Law of Information.→LIS Cafe-Home
Samuel Rothstein: Given the Minimal, Middling and Maximum theories of reference service.→LIS Cafe-Home
Sam Pitroda: Was the Chairman of the National Knowledge Commission, Govt. of India.
Sayaji Rao Gaekwad III: Made first time efforts for the development of libraries in India.
Shiyali Ramamrita Ranganathan: Classified documentary sources of information into Conventional, Neo Conventional, Non Conventional and Meta Document.→LIS Cafe-Home
Shiyali Ramamrita Ranganathan: Developed Colon Classification System.
Shiyali Ramamrita Ranganathan: Father of Library science in India.→LIS Cafe-Home
Shiyali Ramamrita Ranganathan: Formulated Ready and Long range Reference service.→LIS Cafe-Home
Siyaji Rao Gaikwad: The ruler of Baroda state (India).→LIS Cafe-Home
Shannon and Weaver: Proposed Mathematical Theory of Information.
T. S. Eliot: Stated “Where is the Wisdom, We Lost in Knowledge...”→LIS Cafe-Home
Ted Nelson: Coined the term Hyper Text.→LIS Cafe-Home
Tim Berner's Lee: He firstly designed the World Wide Web (WWW).
William Gibson: Used the term ‘Cyberspace’ for the first time.→LIS Cafe-Home
William Allenson Borden: The disciple of Melvil Dewey who worked in India.→LIS Cafe-Home


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