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Duration : 1 year (Yearly Mode)

If you're passionate about serving the greater good, a career in information and library sciences may be a good fit. Or maybe you've always wanted to collaborate with STEM resources, do academic research, or translate knowledge into community-based, social, or political action. Or perhaps you have a natural aptitude for numbers and are prepared to use analytics to make decisions and produce results using data.

Additionally, it develops information abilities that are so highly flexible that they may open doors into just about any type of workplace you can think of. Our degree can prepare you for an enriching IS career in several contexts and positions, from corporate data analysis to app interface design.

Because of this flexibility, information specialists (IS) frequently discover that they may tailor their professional lives to suit their personal needs, whether by working remotely, part-time, on a project basis, or as an on-call information specialist. It also shows the variety and breadth of employment options available in the field of information security. Some career paths include working with young children and early literacy, promoting community growth, or using geographic information to spot patterns and new trends for grant-funded initiatives.


Students who complete our program are prepared to manage, explore, evaluate, and use information in the public and private sectors.

Organizations produce massive amounts of data, and those with an IS skill set is in high demand to analyze this data, transform it into knowledge, and use it to provide future advice.

A diploma in Library Science offers real-world job experiences for college credit through our practicum program.

To ensure that students are more marketable to employers after graduation, these experiences connect academic work and professional applications.


Diploma in Library and Information Science (DLIS) is designed to develop fundamental skills and knowledge among students about the efficient collection, management, and decimation of information

Eligibility Criteria (Qualifying Exam)

Pass with 50% aggregate marks in 10+2 or equivalent. Relaxation to reserved category students as per State Govt. norms.
(5% relaxation to the students of North East states including Sikkim/ Defence Personnel and their Dependents/ Wards of Kashmiri Migrants)

Admission Criteria

Based on Merit in qualifying examination. Reservation for SC/ST/OBC/PH as per State Government norms.

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