Diploma in library and information sciences

Why D. LIS?

The Library and Information Science is a much in demand degree course across the globe. The field has a solid background in teaching, research, education, networks, standards, and distribution. The field is for professionals who wish to bring an optimistic change in society. The degree offers basic knowledge and understanding of different aspects related to the library, librarianship, and library science. It helps in getting an insight into the basic principles and laws of library science. 



The course prepares the students for taking the challenges associated with the information society that they are expected to face in the future. The course aims to offer basic knowledge to the candidates about diverse aspects of Library science. The one-year course enables the students to explore and land semi-professional jobs in different libraries. 

Programme Code


(English Medium)*
*(Study Material may be made available in English medium.
However, a student has the option of writing the Exam in English/ Hindi/Punjabi language except for
DCAP101 (Basic Computer Skills), DLIS013 (Knowledge Organisation: Classification Practice) and
DLIS015 (Knowledge Organisation: Cataloguing Practice) courses which are to be attempted only in English Language.)

Programme Duration

Min. Duration 1 Years
Max. Duration 3 Years

The programme has been designed generally to in shape the wishes of the students who want to pursue post graduation in Commerce
This programme prepares students to take up positions as systems analysts, system designers, programmers and managers in any field related to IT
The B.A. programme is designed for open and distance learning programmes to help people to develop a dynamic personality for them as this will help them to engage in multiple activities.
M.A aims to contribute to the professional development of students who want to acquire an understanding of the teaching and learning in specific academic and professional contexts.
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