What will be the role of librarians and libraries in Nepal? 

The emergence of libraries is a result of the noble ideas of civilized members of society to improve society.

The educated the community felt the need for a place where they could preserve all the written records/information.

The responsibility of such cultural institutions and libraries is to create, select, acquire, preserve, store, process, retrieve, disseminate information such as music, film, radio, television programs, CD ROMs, floppy disks, books, magazines, newspapers.

Nepal the government established the Nepal National Library on 2 January 1957 at Hariharbhawan, Lalitpur, Nepal. Nepal National Library is a Public type legal deposit and copyright library. 

Nepal National Library works under the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology, Nepal.

Initially, Nepal National Library was established as a private collection of Rajguru Hem Raj Pandey, advisor to King Mahendra of Nepal.

Initially, A total of 34,292 book materials was brought to the Central Secretariat Library.

Nepal National Library is located at Pulchok near the UNDP campus. Currently, the library has about 84,000 volumes of books, magazines, and other materials in various languages.

Considering this, the educated community can be an effective tool for libraries to collect human-generated information for the present and subsequent years.

With the passage of time, the library became an essential organization of educated and civilized society.

A scientifically developed and designed library and information system is the duty of a cultural institution to establish a good relationship between the individual, nation-state, community for information services.

Such institutions are public, semi-public, governmental, or private, performing a mission beyond commercial interests, in which cultural services are to be provided.

Libraries and museums have been an authentic means of creating a global village of information.

Literature and cultural information are increasing in Nepal due to the development of highly educated citizens of Nepal.

What will be the role of Librarians and Libraries in Nepal

The government of Nepal has provided some facilities for the dissemination of information to the general public through various channels, methods, media, and technologies.

There is a constitutional provision for free access to information to all citizens of Nepal.

The constitution of Nepal State has given many fundamental rights to the people of Nepal. In this case, Article 16 is "Right to Information".

An article, every citizen has the right to demand and receive any information of public importance.

Nepalese libraries and information systems can be considered the basis for fulfilling the purpose of the right to information.

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