Digitisation of 4.50 cr pages of Records and Exhibition on Mahatma Gandhi & the Non-Cooperation Movement inaugurated

Union Culture Minister Prahlad Singh Patel today inaugurated Digitisation of 4 crore 50 lakh pages of Records and Exhibition on Mahatma Gandhi & the Non-Cooperation Movement.
On the occasion of 131st foundation day of the National Archives of India today, Mr. Patel launched the process of digitisation of the huge volumes of work preserved with them. The Minister informed that out of the total archive of nearly 18 crore pages, about 4 crore 50 lakh pages will be digitised in the first phase which is expected to get over in the next three years


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