of the program
ICT for Information Management
To guide students in developing specialized knowledge and skills in information technologies, information organization, and end user services that will enable them to lead digital collection and management at academic/research institutions, cultural heritage institutions, special collections/archives, and other information centres.
ILMS and Digital Libraries
To impart in-depth knowledge on digital libraries, their characteristics, components, standards and protocols, digital rights and access management, planning and evaluation. The ultimate aim is to instil skills in learners that would enable them to set-up their own institutional digital library with all intermediate steps involved in it from planning to offering digital library services.
Theories, principles, and models underlying the organization of knowledge and the representation of information resources. Demonstrate a clear understanding of the basic principles and practices of information description, organization, access, and retrieval.
Who can prefer this Course
Candidates seeking admissions to the programme shall be required to appear for a 2-hour written examination conducted by the University during the last week of May or first week of June or on the date announced by the University. The written examination shall consist of 100 objective type questions to test mental ability, aptitude and general knowledge of the candidate consisting of questions from current topics of general interest, books, authors, libraries, information resources, reading habits and other related areas. Any degree with a minimum of 50% of marks. The Entrance Exam consists of objective type questions from the following.
Media, Publications, Sports
General Knowledge & English