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Rare Collections of Some Old Public Libraries in Kolkata: A Comparative Study

Libraries do not only spread knowledge, they are the time capsules which conserve historical and rare pieces of literature and work and are actively involved in the conservation and enhancement of the heritage of humanity. Libraries also point people to wider cultural activities, objects, knowledge and sites, and encourage individuals to explore different cultural experiences […]

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Digital Libraries in India: A Discretional Perspective on Present Scenario

From agricultural era to industrial era information was the key concept for the growth of mankind at the back end. Present age itself is the information era which is information communication and technology based. It demands right information at the right time in the right format. Libraries being an information centers are expected to play […]

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Development of Digital Libraries in India: a Survey of Digital Collection of National Digital Library of India

Digital preservation is ensuring the long term maintenance of a byte stream sufficient to reproduce the document and provide continued accessibility of the contents over time and through evolving computer technology. Digital Library of India (DLI) is a digital collection of freely accessible rare books and manuscripts collected from various libraries in India of different […]

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Digital Preservation of Rare Books & Manuscripts: A Case Study of Aligarh Muslim University

Maulana Azad Library of the Aligarh Muslim University is the largest library system of India and second largest of Asia. Apart from normal collections, the library has about 16,000 rare manuscripts which attract the researchers and visitors from the whole globe. The library has its own two conservation and preservations labs where the rare documents […]

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