Library Science is an interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary field that applies the practices, perspectives, and tools of management, information technology, education, and other areas. This includes how information resources are organized to serve the needs of select user groups, how information is acquired, evaluated and applied by people in and outside library as well as cross-culturally, and the applied science of computer technology used in documentation and management. Librarians work in museums, hospitals, businesses, and public library. In their work, they research, instruct, and connect people to technology. They also build websites, digitize archives, and manage social media.
|Courses||No. of Seats||Duration||Eligibility||Semester Fee|
|Bachelor of Library & Information Science (BLIS)||60||1 Year||Bachelor’s degree with 50% marks||22500/-|
|Master of Library & Information Science (MLIS)||40||1 Years||Bachelor’s degree in Library Science with 50% marks||22500/-|
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