PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

The Faculty of Library and Information Science postgraduate understand about both theory and practice of Library and Information Science; studied foundation and principles ideas of the disciplines and they have to introduce to the values and expectations of the profession. We foster critical thinking about the literature of LIS and related fields, and we encourage high standards of professionalism and service.

PEO 1: Discriminate among current and emerging information and communication technologies to judge effective management and use in constantly changing information workplaces.

PEO 2: Value and support critical engagement with issues and practices in LIS and related fields through diverse approaches to independent ongoing learning.

PEO 3: Exercise and enact the values and principles of the field and its specialisations with an awareness of overarching social responsibility associated with progressive public service for the public good.

PEO 4: Relate the practices and roles of individual librarians and information professionals to broader organizational, professional, political, economic, social and technological contexts.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

Master of Library and Information Science (M.Lib.Sc.) is one year duration psotgraduate programme in Library Science, typically divided into two semester. MLIS program offers a multifaceted, wide-ranging selection of courses that allows students to follow a variety of career pathways or to pursue a more generalized program.

Upon successful completion of the programme the postgraduate would be able to:

PO 1: Apply foundational concepts, theories, and principles to problems of information organization and access.

PO 2: Compare and critique contemporary information practices, structures, and standards in relation to historical and global alternatives.

PO 3: Apply core ethical principles to professional practice.

PO 4: Compare and critique contemporary information practices, structures, and standards in relation to historical and global alternatives.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

PSO 1: Core Knowledge: demonstrate advanced knowledge of LIS theories, principles, and practices.

PSO 2: Intellectual Skill: demonstrate an ability to evaluate, critically analyze, and synthesize information from multiple sources

PSO 3: Technology Skills:  able to employ technology to analyze, design, and provide solutions to information problems

PSO 4: Sustain, organize, synthesize and transform information to make it accessible to individuals and communities