Mumbai University All Set To Setup 200 Libraries In Maharashtra's Village

The aim of Mumbai University is to set up over 350 libraries by the end of this academic year covering over 31,000 titles.

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On the occasion of 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi and 60th anniversary of the National Service Scheme (NSS), Mumbai University (MU) affiliated colleges are all set to set up over 200 libraries in Maharashtra's villages.  

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Mumbai University had adopted some villages last year and will be setting up libraries in the Zilla Parishads or Gram Panchayats of the villages to increase accessibility for students. Moreover, a student or an NSS volunteer will visit these villages to ensure that the library is functioning smoothly. 

The aim of Mumbai University is to set up over 350 libraries by the end of this academic year covering over 31,000 titles. 

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