|Master of Library and Information Science (M.L.I.Sc.)|
|Two years (4 Semesters) Full-time on-campus Masters Degree Programme|
|Department of Library Science, Churchgate ( https://sndt.ac.in/libraryinfosc/courses)|
Graduate from any faculty of this university or any other recognised university as equivalent thereto.
Application forms for M.L.I.Sc. are available from May 2nd from office. These forms, duly filled in, must be submitted to the School’s office by June 15th. Admissions are based on academic performance at the previous examination, and merit and aptitude as indicated at the admission interview and test
|Medium of Instructions||Annual Intake|
|English||Intake for Departments :
• Aided Programme : 25
|Course Objectives||Future Career Prospects|
|Course prepares students to take upmore senior positions.At the end of the course, Learners will be able to
• Plan library
• Manage library and information center
• Do Indexing and abstracting
• Do information consolidation and packaging
• Digitize resources
• Develop a digital Library
There is a range of interesting career opportunities in different types of libraries. The libraries of educational institutions such as universities, colleges, polytechnics and schools have always needed library professionals. Research institutes offer rewarding positions to library professionals whose specialisations at undergraduate and postgraduate levels match their interest profile. The business and industry sector is increasingly recognising the need for trained and skilled personnel to handle information activities and challenging positions are available in the corporate sector. Media organisations (e.g. newspapers, magazines, and television companies), professional associations and non-government and voluntary organisations have in recent times been recruiting library/information professionals to manage their information handling activities.
Unique and challenging opportunities are opening in non-traditional library settings. Since the knowledge and skills of information professionals are applicable to a wide range of activities and are not confined to use within a library building, today’s information professional may work in many different environments. Information technology is creating new opportunities in designing and administering electronic databases and retrieving information from databases held at remote sites over national and international networks. The overwhelming abundance of information has created a need for expertise in selecting, analysing, consolidating and repackaging information and presenting it for particular target groups in the most appropriate manner. The librarian is also recognised as Knowledge manager and important member of the consulting team in Designing print and electronic information products. They are recently recruited for creating digital libraries and also building institutional repositories.
|• On Campus||• M.A. Sem I : Rs. 15715/-
• M.A. Sem II: Rs. 14140/-
|Course Structure||Apply Online|
|'From 2012-13, the course is converted into two years M.L.I.Sc . Degree Course'.
Students who have passed BLISc or equivalent course will get admission for one year MLISc course (old course) in 2012-2013.
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