- ONLINE RESOURCES
A. E- News Papers
B. Online Newspaper Directory for the World, [Thousands of Newspapers Listed by Country & Region]
C. Free Open Access Journals
1. Directory of Open Access Journals
2. SAGE Open :
3 Springer Open
4. Elsevier open access journals
5. Wiley Open Access publishes authoritative peer reviewed open access journals across many research disciplines.
6. Indian Journals
D. Free Open Access Books:
1. Directory of Open access Books
2. Springer open access books
3. Taylor & Francis Books Open Access
4. Project Gutenberg is a library of over 60,000 free eBooks.
5. Forgotten Books
6 Free Fiction Books
7 Pdf Books: PDF Drive is your search engine for PDF files. As on 12.10.2019 there are 88,887,640 eBooks for you to download for free. no download limits,
8. Google Books
9. Science Journals
E. Free Kannada E Books
1. E- Kanaja Books http://kanaja.in/ (Kannada E-books, E-dictionary, E-drishya, e-dvani, E-dina etc.., are available)
2. Siri Kannada Books http://siri-kannada.in/
3. Kenda Sampige Books: 1. https://kendasampige.in/books/
4. Kannada Books Blog (Please read copy right act as mentioned my Blog developer. It is only for educational purpose)
G. Videos of Leading Educational Institutions
1. Constitution of India : The site aims to eventually provide almost everything one needs to accurately decide what is constitutional in most situations and what applicable constitutions require one to do. It is for constitutional decision support.
2. Parliament of India : [Indian Parliament]. भारत के राष्ट्रपति. राज्यसभा, हिंदी साईट · PRESIDENT OF INDIA · RAJYA SABHA (Council of States) · LOK SABHA (House of the People)
Major Digital Libraries
1. National Digital Library of India (NDLI): NDLI hosts 21,000,000+ items in its repository, with over 150,000 volumes in English. The Library was dedicated to the nation in June 2018. The National Digital library of India (NDLI) is a project under Ministry of Human Resource Development, India. The ive is to integrate several national and international digital libraries in one single web-portal. The NDLI provides free of cost access to many books in English and the Indian languages. User registration is open to users from around the world. However, contents from some popular sources are only accessible to registered users. Some of these registration-only works are from sources such as: World eBook Library, South Asia Archive, OECD iLibrary, Satyajit Ray Society.
2. Parliament Digital Library : Parliament Digital Library provides information about various parliamentary documents of Lok Sabha, the House of People. The debates of Lok Sabha, from the First Lok Sabha to the Sixteenth Lok Sabha are placed in this portal. The Reports of several Parliamentary Committees, Presidential Addresses to Parliament, Budget Speeches, and several publications of the Lok Sabha Secretariat are also part of its collections. The treasured and historic legislative debates, tracing the growth and development of modern parliamentary institutions in India, from 1858 to 1952, thereby covering the period of 95 years, is being uploaded periodically. The portal provides the users a single window information retrieval technology with filtered and federated search from multiple searchable resources.
3 eGyanKosh : eGyanKosh- a National Digital Repository to store, index, preserve, distribute and share the digital learning resources developed by the Open and Distance Learning Institutions in the country. Items in eGyanKosh are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved by IGNOU, unless otherwise indicated.
4. National Mission for Manuscripts Digitaization: he National Mission for Manuscripts was established in February 2003, by the Ministry of Tourism and Culture, Government of India. A unique project in its programme and mandate, the Mission seeks to unearth and preserve the vast manuscript wealth of India. India possesses an estimate of ten million manuscripts, probably the largest collection in the world. These cover a variety of themes, textures and aesthetics, scripts, languages, calligraphies, illuminations and illustrations
5 Traditional Knowledge Digital Library (TKDL) : Traditional Knowledge Digital Library (TKDL) is a pioneer initiative of India to prevent misappropriation of country’s traditional medicinal knowledge at International Patent Offices on which healthcare needs of more than 70% population and livelihood of millions of people in India is dependent. Its genesis dates back to the Indian effort on revocation of patent on wound healing properties of turmeric at the USPTO. Besides, in 2005, the TKDL expert group estimated that about 2000 wrong patents concerning Indian systems of medicine were being granted every year at international level, mainly due to the fact that India’s traditional medicinal knowledge which exists in local languages such as Sanskrit, Hindi, Arabic, Urdu, Tamil etc. is neither accessible nor comprehensible for patent examiners at the international patent offices.
6. V. V. Giri National Labour Institute Digital Archives : Archives of Indian Labour is a dedicated electronic depository of records connected with the history of labour and labour relations of India.
7. Khuda Bakhsh Oriental Public Library a unique repository of about 21000 Oriental manuscripts and 2.5 lakh printed books. Though founded earlier, it was opened for public in October, 1891 by the illustrious son of Bihar Khan Bahadur Khuda Bakhsh with 4,000 manuscripts, of which he inherited 1,400 from his father Maulvi Mohammed Bakhsh.
8. Indira Gandhi Memorial Library, University of Hyderabad : IGM Library is one of the important central facilities of the University catering to the information needs of faculty, research scholars and students in Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, Management, Sciences and Engineering. This library building was inaugurated by his Excellency late Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma the then Vice President of India, on 21-10-1988 and named after late Prime Minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi.
9. Shodhganga : a reservoir of Indian theses @ INFLIBNET : The Shodhganga@INFLIBNET Centre provides a platform for research students to deposit their Ph.D. theses and make it available to the entire scholarly community in open access.
10. E-ShodhSindhu: Based on the recommendation of an Expert Committee, the MHRD has formed e-ShodhSindhu merging three consortia initiatives, namely UGC-INFONET Digital Library Consortium, NLIST and INDEST-AICTE Consortium.The e-ShodhSindhu will continue to provide current as well as archival access to more than 15,000 core and peer-reviewed journals and a number of bibliographic, citation and factual databases in different disciplines from a large number of publishers and aggregators to its member institutions including centrally-funded technical institutions, universities and colleges that are covered under 12(B) and 2(f) Sections of the UGC Act.
Major Libraries in India
1. Parliament library : Parliament Library, one of the richest repositories of books in India, was established in the year 1921 to assist members of the Indian Legislature. This is the largest library in Delhi and second largest library in India after the National Library.
2. National Library of India : The National Library of India is an institution which is responsible for collecting, bibliographically recording, preserving and disseminating the nation's cultural heritage. It provides information on practically all branches of knowledge and functions as a centre of coordination, planning and stimulation of the country's library system. The National Library of India, Kolkata is both a 'depository' and a 'repository' library. It is 'depository' in the sense that, it being a 'legal deposit library', publishers publishing books and periodicals from any part of the country, in any language are bound by law to deposit a copy of the same to the National Library of India under the Delivery of Books and Newspaper ( Public Libraries) Act, 1954 (amended in 1956). It is 'repository' in the sense that once a book or periodical is deposited, the National Library of India is mandated by law to preserve for posterity all printed heritage of our country.
3. Delhi Public Library
4. State Central Library Karnataka
5. Government Departments