best mlisc institute in bangalore

Master of Library Information Science (MLIS) Highlights

    Admission Qualification:

  • A Candidate with B.L.I.Sc degree of this University
    or any other University, considered as equivalent, shall be eligible for M.L.I.Sc.

    Program Duration:

  • The duration of the M.L.I.Sc Programme is 'One' academic year from the year of Admission to the Programme.

    Scheme of Examination:

  • Internal assessment (IA) through assignments with a weightage
    of 25%
  • Term-end examination having a weightage of 75%
  • Each paper will be of 100 marks
  • Minimum for pass is each course is
    40% [In Internal Assessment + Term End Examination]

Medium of Instruction:

  • Medium of Instructions for MLISc programme is English
  • University will supply study material for the students which is in SLM pattern, in addition to face to face counseling.
  • Each course is divided into 3 to 5 Blocks. Further, each block is divided into 3 to 5 Units.
  • The students will receive 37 books in all for the entire programme.
    Students are given the option to write answer in Kannada or in English.

Master of Library Information Science (MLIS) Program Structure

Subject Code
MLI - 61  I Foundations of Information Science 6
MLI - 62 II Organization of Information Sources 6
MLI - 63  III Content Analysis, Organization & Development 6
MLI - 64 IV Management of Information Resources 6
MLI - 65 V Information Systems : Architecture & Retrieval 6
MLI - 66 VI Research Methods in LIS 6
MLI - 67 VII Application of IT in libraries & Information Centres (Theory) 6
MLI - 68 VIII Organization of Information Sources (Practical) 4
MLI - 69 IX Application of IT in Libraries and Information centres (Practical) 4

Instructional System

The Instructional methodology used in this University is different from that of the conventional Universities. The Open University system is more learner-oriented, and is geared to cater to the needs of motivated students assuming that the student is an active participant in the teaching-learning process. Instruction to student is imparted through various modes such as Print, Audio, Video and supported by face to face contact programme. The University follows multi-channel approach for instruction. It comprises proportionate combination of :
The university follows multi-channel approach for instruction. It comprises proportionate combination of : Printed Self-instructional.
  • alt text PAudio-Video CDs and FM Radio Channel.
  • alt text Face to Face Contact Programme by University Professors/ experienced professionals.

Credit System – General :

  • alt text MLISc is a Credit Based Programme
  • alt text A weight age of fifty credits are given for nine courses. The University follows the 'Credit system' for its M.L.I.Sc. programme
  • alt text Each Credit is of 30 hours of study comprising of all learning activities.
Thus, a three credit course involves 90 study hours, a six credit course involves 180 study hours and so on. This helps the students to understand the academic efforts she/ he has to put in order to successfully complete the programme.

Semester Wise Fee Structure
Program/Tuition Fees
Rs. 10000/-
Examination Fees
Rs. 1500/-
Registration Fees (at the time of Admission only)

Rs. 500/-

Fees for Re-sitting Examination
For 1 Paper
Rs. 300/-
For 2 Papers
Rs. 600/-
For 3 Papers
Rs. 900/-
More Than 3 Papers