National Archive of India Set To Get Upgraded, To Be User-Friendly

Posted by admin on Sep 12, 2013

The National Archive of India (NAI), Bhopal is getting ready for an upgrade. “The new set-up would be user friendly for research scholars and general public,” said Pranjana Sinha, assistant director of archives, Bhopal on Wednesday.

“Improvement in NAI Bhopal office is long overdue. A new building is also planned for NAI Bhopal to meet the expansion plans, she added. Archiving of records began in Bhopal much before the Imperial record department was set up in 1891 in Calcutta. Bhopal centre holds the largest collection after NAI in Delhi.

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