India’s National Digital Library Will have A Million Free Books By February

India and US have decide to establishing a National Digital library to digitize one million Books. They are planning to collaborate with 100 institutes. There is going to be 13 nodal centers across the India which connected together through internet. The books can be searched by name of author, subject or Language. Students either can download the book or they also can read online.

According to newspaper reports, the Human Resource Development ministry has said that the first phase of library will be completed by Month end of February.

An old enterprise, the National Digital Library announced the program back in August 2010. The objective of the Project was to make cooperative arrangement between institutes in India and the US to digitize a million books. The project is listed as completed, with servers installed at nodal centers to host the books. The nodal centers are provided with internet speeds between 512 kbps and 2 Mbps to host these servers.

Currently IUCAA in Pune and IISc in Bangalore are maintaining the Digital Library. You can find various books about any topic and in any language.

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