Bachelor of Library & Information Science - B.Li.Sc. .
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Bachelor of Library & Information Science - B.Li.Sc. .

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVE

The programme aims to students make aware about general and special aspects of library management and information science. After successful completion students will be able to handle the complicated tasks related to system design and information retrieval in the context of library science and related areas.

Eligibility : Graduation in any Discipline

Minimum Duration : 1 year

Maximum Duration : 2 years

Minimum Counselling : It is based on credits and one credit amounts to 10 hours counselling and hand-on experience at DESC.

Admission Includes :

1. Registration Fee : Rs. 750/- at the time of Admission only

2. Programme Fee : BLISc. – Rs 6,500/- per semester

3. Examination Fee : Rs. 750/- for each Semester/Level

Examination : University will conduct examination at the end of every semester in the month of December and June

Re-Registration Includes :

1. Re-Registration Fee : Rs.250/-

2. Programme Fee : As mentioned above.

3. Examination Fee : Rs. 750/-

Time of Re-Registration : Before start of new Semester / Level.

Admission Open

Welcome to SHUATS

The Agricultural Institute was established under the leadership of Dr. Sam Higginbottom, in 1910, as an ecumenical Institution of the Christian Churches and Church organizations in India. In order to obtain more academic freedom and to strengthen the specialized programmes of Teaching, Research and Extension a proposal was submitted to the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India by the Director, Dr. Rajendra B. Lal on the 31st of August 1994, that the Institute be granted the status of a Deemed University. In 1997 a team of experts from ICAR and UGC visited the Institute and gave their recommendation that the Institute be declared as a Deemed University, as it had all the potentials of a University. On the 15th of March 2000, Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi, Honable Minister of HRD, Govt. of India, gave his approval to the recommendations of the UGC.

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