Rajasthan Librarian Grade II & III Exam Guide – Rajasthan Librarian Grade II & III Exam Review (Descriptive +Objective)
By: MANISH SHARMA
Category: EDUCATION / Teaching Methods & Materials / Library Skills
Delivery Time: 7-9 Days
About the book
This book is specially designed to cover the syllabus of Rajasthan Librarian Recruitment Exam. The book has a descriptive look at the most challenging unit of the course, which is “The Universe of Knowledge”. Additionally, it contains more than 1700 multiple choice questions (MCQs) divided by syllabus and drawn from question papers asked in various State Eligibility Tests, Schools, Colleges, Technical Education, High Court Exams, Ph.D., and UGC NET. This comprehensive compilation plays a vital role in helping students prepare effectively for competitive exams. The author of the book aims at providing valuable assistance to Hindi medium students to enable them to succeed in their competitive examinations. The book acts as an “Exam Review” which helps the students to prepare for the current competitive exams. With its focus on syllabus, descriptive material, and comprehensive collection of multiple choice questions, this book is expected to be a valuable resource for students aspiring to excel in Librarian Recruitment Examination and other related competitive assessments.
About the author
Manish Sharma is an accomplished author and librarian. He was born in Pilibanga, a town located in the Hanumangarh district of Rajasthan, India. Currently, he serves as an Assistant Librarian at Government Medical College in Patiala. Manish Sharma has successfully qualified several prestigious exams including UGC-NET (University Grants Commission – National Eligibility Test), RAJ-SET (Rajasthan State Eligibility Test), and various librarian recruitment exams. In recognition of his expertise and dedication in the field of librarianship, Manish Sharma holds the esteemed position of Executive Council Member at the Rajasthan Technical Library Association (RTLA). This indicates his active involvement in the professional community, where he likely contributes to the development and advancement of library services and practices in Rajasthan.