B.Lib.Sc. (Bachelor of Library Science) is a postgraduate academic degree course designed to give students an understanding of philosophy of library science, its basic principles, laws as well as social impact on Society. Library science is an interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary area of study that deals with collection, processing, organization, preservation and dissemination of different type of information resources in various kinds of libraries and the enabling of optimum utilization of information by information clientele. Presently librarians are serving in academic, public, schools and corporate libraries and other information agencies. In addition, librarians, with their skill in the management of information, are occupying various positions in the technology industry, in competitive intelligence, in museums and archives as well as in the publishing industry.
Bachelor degree with minimum of 50% marks (any stream)
The Bachelor in Library and Information Science (B.Lib.Sc.) Programme is meant to impart skill and training necessary for effective organization and management of libraries and providing varieties of library and information services and the help of IT wherever possible.