Bachelor of library science

The bachelor of library science (or “bachelor of library and information science”) is a degree sometimes awarded to students majoring in library science. It is commonly abbreviated as “B.L.S.”, “B.Lib.”, or “B.L.I.S.”, often with the periods omitted (“BLS”, “BLib”, or “BLIS”).

Indian system

As per the Indian education system, a Bachelor of Library Science degree is awarded after one year of study, divided into two semesters. The number of semesters may vary between institutions. The award can be abbreviated to B.Lib., B.Lib.Sc. or B.L.I.Sc (for 'Bachelor of Library and Information Science').

Eligibility for B.Lib.

Bachelors in any stream from a recognised University or College.

External links

  • About Bachelor of Library Science Degree, India.
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