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This paper present the LIS educations system of Deptt. of Library and Information Science, Delhi University and Deptt. Library and Information Science, Indira Gandhi National Open University. A comparative study of both of the universities has been elaborate in this paper. The curriculums of LIS courses have been evaluated based on the some latest terms and techniques. Based on the study observations have been laid down in this paper.