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Tuesday, March 27, 2018

EPISODE-62 has 20 Practice Questions with Answer for UGC NET-2018 Exam

What is an invention?
(A) It is the idea that has the characteristics of application.
(B) A theoretical idea regardless of application.
(C) A discovery that does not lead to new technology.
(D) A process bereft of use.
An invention involves
(A) Collection & application of past data.
(B) Simply an effort to explore past knowledge.
(C) Redefining knowledge of the past.
(D) Exploiting past knowledge and newly collected facts.
Industrial development and competitive environment are possible when
(A) Invention follows innovation
(B) Invention leads to innovation
(C) Invention prevents innovation
(D) Invention has little practical use
Invention is carried out at present
(A) by an individual researcher with little originality and imagination.
(B) by an individual researcher with high level imagination.
(C) by a group of researchers with adequate originality and imagination.
(D) by industrialists to achieve success in business.
What is innovation?
(A) Innovation is a theoretical process.
(B) Innovation conceals invention.
(C) Innovation is a process of application of invention.
(D) Innovation provides data for invention.
What are DOIs ?
(A) DOIs are numbers which identify object in traditional environment
(B) DOIs are identifiers consisting of alphanumeric character strings for printed materials.
(C) DOIs are alphanumeric character strings for electronic serials.
(D) DOIs are alphanumeric character strings for electronic sources of information available on-line.
What are the materials covered by DOIs ?
(A) DOIs cover books and journals.
(B) DOIs cover texts, images, audio visual materials in digital form.
(C) DOIs cover electronically available S & T information.
(D) DOIs cover digital format in US and Europe only.
Do DOIs play any role in grouping of information sources?
(A) DOIs constitute the eclassification scheme to group sources of information.
(B) DOIs are not class numbers as such and have nothing to do with arrangement.
(C) DOIs play the dual role of identifying and grouping.
(D) DOIs are only like traditional class numbers in e-form.
What is the major purpose of DOI system?
(A) To organise e-resources on the Net.
(B) To manage intellectual property.
(C) To provide bibliographic description of digitized resources.
(D) To control free access to eresources
How does DOI system operate?
(A) Routes inquiries to designated Document Supply Libraries.
(B) Routes inquires to up to date sites of digital libraries.
(C) Routes inquiries to national e-resources depositories
(D) Routes inquiries to relevant sites on the Net.
Rolland Munro described accountability as
(A) Classified documentary artifacts
(B) Formal artifacts only
(C) Unpublished and published documents
(D) Informal, formal and documentary records
The phrase ‘record keeping’ is associated with
(A) Computer programmers
(B) Archivists
(C) Chartered Accountants
 (D) Office Managers
What integral components Munro has identified for accounting in the business?
(A) Records and Codes archives
(B) Documentary
(C) Materials and devices
(D) Legal Regulations
In general usage accountability means
(A) Something done informally
(B) Something achieved
(C) Something done continuously
(D) All of the above
Accountability, which is represented by an artifact, includes
(A) Process, Records, People
(B) Theory, Practice, Records
(C) Theory, Practice, People
(D) People, Records, Accounts
Understanding of new students on Referencing is based on
(A) Plagiarism
(B) Fear
(C) Ability to write
(D) Insatiable desire to learn
An appropriate response to deliberate act of plagiarism according to punitive school of thought is
(A) to debar the student from library use
(B) to orient the student about plagiarism
(C) to award punishment
(D) to make him learn about referencing
To restore a ‘level of balance’ is advocated/reflected in
(A) Deterrent Approach
(B) Reformative Approach
(C) Punitive Approach
(D) Restorative Approach
 ‘Educational approach’ which aims at reducing plagiarism should be linked with
(A) Building referencing skills of the students
(B) inculcating reading habits of the students
(C) building students as information literate
(D) ignorance of the students on methods of social research
Lack of understanding of students about referencing is linked to their
(A) Ideas
(B) Words
(C) Experience
(D) Intuition

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