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UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION NET BUREAU Code No. : 66 Subject : MUSEOLOGY AND CONSERVATION SYLLABUS AND SAMPLE QUESTIONS, Note : There will be two question papers. Paper-II will cover 50 Multiple Choice Questions (Multiple choice, Matching type, True/False, Assertion-Reasoning type) carrying 100 marks and Paper-Ill will have two Parts—A and B. Part-A will have 10 short essay type questions (300 words) carrying 16 marks each. There will be one question from each unit with internal choice from the same unit. Total marks will be 160. Part-B will be compulsory and Questions will be set from Unit-I to Unit-X. The, candidate will.attempt one question from Part-B (800 words) carrying 40 marks. Total marks of Paper-IlI will be 200. PAPER-II and PAPER-III (Parts A & B) Unit—1 : Definition of museum Definition of museology / museography History of development of museum—world / India Types of museums—India Para museums Rural museums—their problems Role of museum in society Museum accountability Museum in changing world Museum movement and international organization Professional associations and their relevance Unit—II History of collection—world Theoretical issues and value based collection / objectives Methods of collection 66 Ethics of collection History of documentation / aim and objectives Registration methods / indexing / cataloguing Exhibition documentation Conservation / restoration documentation Computerization /, multimedia Unit—I History / archaeology / architecture Ethnology / anthropology / folk literature History of art / fine arts / performing art National history and physical sciences Unit—Iv General principles of presentation Organization and planning of gallery / exhibition Nature and types of exhibition Permanent / temporary exhibition Types of museum lighting—Natural and Artificial—their merits and demerits Effects of light on textiles, paintings, natural history specimens Preparation of blue print and stages of work Selection of materials research for data input Execution of presentation (layout, exhibit-design, stages of mounting illumination) Unit—v Communication techniques Lable / lable writing Audio-visual techniques / application Orientation and guiding Other complimentary techniques and application Unit—vI General principles and theoretical issues Educational role of the museum Educational services and facilities Extension services / out reach programme Special services to physically handicapped Cultural resources in museum education Unit—VIL General principles of public relations Nature of public relations and its application in museum Media outlets—print media, electronic media Information technology in museums Public facilities and services Classification of museum visitors: its need Friends of the museum and voluntary services Museum marketing strategy Unit—vir Analysis of materials Factors of deterioration Pest control in museums Sterilization / prevention / first aid i Preservation / conservation / lining / darning Unit—1x Handling / care Storage organisation Packing and transportation regulations Insurance / other safeguards - Museum security against fire, theft and burglary, armed conflict Unit—x 66 Principles of museum management Administrative structures of museum, Museum administration personnel finance Policy planning and quality development Museum security and maintenance SAMPLE QUESTIONS PAPER-II 1. Which is the appropriate term in the phase of Museum Marketing? (A) Docent (B) Digital technology (C) Service strategy (D) Exhibit design 2. Which is the appropriate Administrative Structure of the following museum as shown against them? (A) Indian Museum (a) Private Museum (B) National Museum (b) Autonomous Museum (C) Sanskrit Museum {c) State Museum (D) Patna Museum (@) Central Govt. Museum Ans. : {A) b, a, d, ¢ (B) c,d, b, a (C) a,c, b,d () ad b,ca 3. Tale tell clock is used in the museum for the purposes of (A) Security (B) Gallery visit (C) Visitors survey (D) Job control ll. PAPER-III (A) . What are the cultural sources that could be used for the museum education? Or In a non-profit organisation like a museum, how market strategy could be profitably used? PAPER-III (B) How action plan could be formulated in relation to the financial outlay? Or Write briefly about the internal security measures. What types of internal security measures you would like to have for a small museum? 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