Master of Library Science (MLibSc)

  • course years 1 Years
  • type of course Post Graduate
  • course stream Library and Information Science
  • course type Full Time

About Master of Library Science (MLibSc)

 

The Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) programme is a one-year professional postgraduate programme covering advanced library principles and information science techniques. Planning and Management, Computer Basics and Applications, Library Management, Research Methodology, Statistical Techniques, and other topics are covered.

Library management, research abilities, managing information technology or systems, and other skills are included in the programme. Other than library-related activities, this curriculum places a greater focus on handling and accessing all sorts of information.

 

The advanced study of library and information science concepts and methods and modern technology applied to these processes are covered in this course. Students learn the fundamentals of IT science as well as library administration skills in this curriculum. It primarily covers collection management, information systems and technology, categorization and cataloguing, research methods, preservation, database management, statistics, information architecture, reference, and knowledge management, among other topics. This course focuses on information management and access to all sorts of information, not only library-related tasks.

 

It is a course that teaches an individual about the dynamics and works ethics of a library and the applications of information science in the field. M.Lib acquaints the students with library history, library collaboration, library and society, library networking and resource sharing.

 

Eligibility for Master of Library Science (MLibSc)

 

Pupils must satisfy the following qualifying conditions to obtain a Master of Library and Information Science degree:

  • Pupils must have a bachelor's degree with a minimum of 50 per cent-60 per cent aggregate.
  • Students must be between the ages of 20 and 22 to apply for this programme.
  • Candidates with either a bachelor's degree in library and information science or a bachelor's degree in library science will be prioritized.
  • A minimum grade point average of 50% in high school is also one of the requirements for entrance to this programme.

Benefits of Master of Library Science (MLibSc)

 

This course comes with a lot of advantages. The following are a few of them:

  • The candidate develops the management abilities to the level of a professional.
  • Students can pursue advanced degrees such as M.Phil. or PhD in suitable subjects.
  • Prepares the students for the information difficulties that they may face in the future.
  • Allow both the commercial and governmental sectors to flourish.
  • Improves the candidates' information retrieval and storing abilities.
  • Students will be able to build and develop knowledge-organizing systems.
  • Students may simply develop their own reader's advisory materials based on their interests.
  • An M.Lib.I.Sc. usually opens up a world of possibilities for storing knowledge and information in safety systems and making it available to academics and professionals whenever they need or want it.

Future Scope of Master of Library Science (MLibSc)

 

Students can continue their education in the same subject or start their own book company by establishing their library. Following are a few doctoral courses that can be pursued after completing the MLIS programme:

  • PhD in Library and Information Science
  • M.Phil in Library and Information Science

Career and Job Opportunities after Master of Library Science (MLibSc)

 

Today, we may learn about history through historical knowledge stored in libraries and museums. Museums and libraries hire librarians and curators to pass on their expertise to the next generation. Master of Library and Information Science (M.Lib.I.Sc.) programmes give the necessary expertise to pursue this professional path. M.Lib.I.Sc is one of the world's oldest and most significant occupations, with excellent compensation. They assist library users in conducting research and locating information. They educate students about information resources and assist them in evaluating search reference materials and outcomes as teachers. They are most commonly seen at libraries, universities, and schools.

 

In addition, they can serve as an Academic Librarian, Library Attendant, counsellor, Information Analyst, Technical Writer or career consultant and the teacher are the most prevalent job profiles in this profession. Aside from private enterprises, the institutional sector offers a variety of options.

The average salary for an MLIS is about INR 3-4 lakhs per year.

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