Library as India's mirror

The Telegraph - Calcutta, India: A two-day conference on the role of the National Library as a “mirror of the nation†and to review its service was held in the Bhasha Bhavan conference room on Monday and Tuesday.

Several speakers from across the country — including library and information science professionals, preservation and conservation experts and the directors of seven Central Libraries — spoke on The National Library as an Intellectual Resource: Challenges and Prospects.

NACONAL 2006, as the conference was called, was inaugurated by writer Mahasveta Devi.

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