National Digital Library of India Gives Open Access to All
GUWAHATI: In order to help the students as well as the public to utilize the lockdown period in various literary and academic activities, the Union Ministry of Human Resources has given free access to the National Digital Library of India (NDLI)for all.
As such over 3,82,00,000 books and periodicals available with the library can now be accessed by the general public.
The digital version of the books and magazines can be read using any digital device including smartp
hones, computers, or tablets. Interested people can log on to the digital library website of the ministry at https://ndl.iitkgp.ac.in/.
The National Digital Library of India website has also categorized the study materials or books according to the requirement of students be it schools, UG engineering, UG science, management, law, career studies, research material, etc.
People can also search directly by name of books and topics.
This initiative by the central ministry will be benefitting not only for students, many of whom are taking online classes but without proper study material but also for the general public who have got an opportunity to pursue their hobbies of reading and research during this extended lockdown.