The National Library of Pakistan reopens for the public after seven months

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The National Library of Pakistan reopens for the public after seven months

The National Library of Pakistan reopens for the public after seven months

The National Library of Pakistan, which had been closed for the last seven months due to COVID, reopened for the public. Despite the shortage of staff, there is no shortage of facilities for readers. While the National Library in Islamabad, which had been closed for several months, now it reopened, the number of readers was staggering.

Spread over an area of ​​one hundred and sixty-eight thousand square feet, the library has a collection of books and facilities for those who have a passion for reading. Ghayyur Ahmed, DG National Library, said that the National Library has 50 years of magazines, journals, and books. There are online databases and an extensive collection of microfilms, DVDs, and VCDs.

More than a thousand people come here daily to avail the knowledge treasury. There is no shortage of facilities in the National Library, but the staff is getting less. There used to be more than 200 employees, but now there are only 60.

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