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The Ministry of Education has initiated the National Digital Library of India (NDLI) under its National Mission of Education through Information and Communication Technology. The NDLI project is a virtual repository of learning resources with a single-window search facility. The same is being developed and maintained by IIT, Kharagpur.
The NDLI project was initiated in 2015 and was launched to the country on June 19, 2018. It is a repository of resources from national and international digital libraries that is accessible in English and Indian languages as well. Multiple filter options offer the ease of filtering the database.
The books are available in Indian languages. As the books are being scanned, it has provided an opportunity for developing the Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software of Indian languages.
The objective is to collect and collate the metadata and provide a full-text index from various digital libraries, both domestic and international, as well as from other relevant sources. It is a digital repository containing articles, textbooks, audio books, videos, lectures, fiction, simulations and all other kinds of learning media.
The resources are accessible all across the world. However, some works are accessible to only registered users as this content is obtained from:
It is accessible through a mobile app on Android and iOS platforms as well.
Through the huge database of resources, NDLI offers learning opportunities to all across the country.