Learning Outcome

The syllabus of ISLM department comprehensively covers all aspects of the field of information science and library management, i.e., the study of processes for storing, retrieving and disseminating information, organization of knowledge, knowledge management, digital library, networking and resource sharing, information retrieval, information systems and services, information literacy, bibliometrics, archives and record management and other allied areas. Students who successfully complete the undergraduate and graduate degree from this departmentwill be able to:

  • Critically evaluate, synthesize, and disseminate information
  • Facilitate access to, and use of, information resources between users and communities
  • Assess, adopt, and utilize the most relevant information technologies
  • Evaluate and apply library and information science research to problems of professional practice by employing theories, best practices, and assessment strategies to the range of information functions
  • Practice professional engagement through leadership, service work, lifelong learning and community involvement
  • Gain the theoretical and practical knowledge required to understand the processes and techniques involved in creating, organizing, presenting, and using information in digital environments.
  • Understand knowledge management and the use of KM tools and technologies, review case studies, research methods of knowledge organization and analyze and design KM processes and systems.