The Curriculum of LIS Post Graduate Courses in Universities of KeralaAuthor : Asha Peter and B. Mini Devi
Volume 8 No.2 July-September 2018 pp 68-74
The study analyses the heterogeneity and homogeneity in the curriculum of Library and information Science(LIS) departments in Universities of Kerala at post graduate level and to know thelevel of adoption of ICT in the LIS curriculum. LIS programms throughout the world have instituted many curriculum changes as a result of technological achievements and advancement of ICT. Four departments are included in this study. The curriculum of the departments was collected personally. There are 3 institutions (75.00%) conduct 2-year integrated MLISc programme whereas one department M. G. University conducts one year BLISc and one year MLISc programs. There is a difference in the number of papers in the curriculum of these departments. Both in theoretical and practical perspective, all the departments covered ICT and application of ICT on library field.
Curriculum, Post Graduate Courses, LIS, ICT, UGC, MLISc, Universities
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