Union Minister U Ko Ko visits Kalaywa Tawya Naga Hlainggu Pariyatti Monastery and national library (Yangon)

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MoRAC minister seen viewing around the multimedia room at the National Library (Yangon) yesterday.

Union Minister for Religious Affairs and Culture U Ko Ko visited Kalaywa Tawya Naga Hlainggu Pariyatti Monastery in Mayangon Township and the National Library (Yangon) yesterday. During the Pariyatti Monastery visit, the Union Minister donated K5 million to Kalaywa Tawya Padarna Nayaka Sayadaw Bhaddanta Wilathagga.
After paying homage to the Sayadaw, the Union Minister said he would make Theravada Buddhism’s sustainability efforts, adding exceptional support for monastic schools. The ceremony of religious titles conferment will be held on 27 March.
Afterwards, in the afternoon, the Union Minister arrived at the National Library (Yangon) and inspected the Multimedia Room, Digital Library Room, Children Story Telling Room, Children Library Room, Special Reading Room, Data Centre, Exhibition Hall and the management of bookshelf and conference room.
The Union Minister instructed to make an effort to accelerate the provision of library services in the post-COVID-19 period, to promote library activities and to work with international libraries to develop the library industry.
He also met with the officers from the Department of Historical Research and National Library. He instructed them to strictly follow the Civil Service law, code of conducts, orders and directives and provide public services willingly.
At the National Library (Yangon), each IG Publishing E-books Database is available for download on the library portal or at the National Library and books on Asian countries, e-resources such as audio and e-books on children’s literature can be found online as well as E-Takatho and academic databases for students in Multimedia Room.
People can also quickly and easily find catalogue information of the collected literature in the Digital Library Room on the National Library website. The library has arranged rare press and ancient literature Pay Parabaik Reading Room; books and audio contents for the visually impaired persons and Story Room for children; Audio Video Room to show documentary films on Myanmar culture and ethnic traditions, weekly/monthly show programmes.
The e-resources of the National Library’s collection of literature can be accessed at www.nlm.gov.mm. —MNA

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