President Arif Alvi during his visit to the Quaid e Azam Academy in Karachi on Wednesday sought digitalization of all its rare manuscripts ensuring easy accessibility of these to the scholars and researchers in the years to come.
He was also given a detailed briefing about the institution. The President called for digitalization of library's old books and catalogue.
Arif Alvi also stressed for promoting research work and accelerating the process of appointments of new researchers in the Academy.
He acknowledged that the center established with the objective to conduct a holistic research on Quaid e Azam and his associates in carving out a separate homeland for the Muslims of Sub-Continent was indeed a significant platform for archiving national history. He said the step will also focus on research, publication and projection of the cultural, social, political and economic aspects of the history of Pakistan.
Source: Radio Pakistan