National Archives of India, NAI, New Delhi
School of Archival Studies
National Archives of India, Janpath
New Delhi, Delhi
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.nationalarchives.nic.in
The genesis of the National Archives of India may be traced back to the year 1860 when Sandeman, the Civil Auditor, in his report stressed the need of relieving the offices of congestion by destruction of the papers of routine nature and transfer of all valuable records to a ‘Grand Central Archive’. However, things took a concrete shape in 1889, when Professor G.W. Forrest of Elphinstone College, Bombay was entrusted the job of examining the records of the Foreign Department of the Government of India. Earlier, he had earned reputation as an Archivist for his work in the Bombay Records Office. In his report, he made a strong plea for transferring all records of the administration of East India Company to a Central Repository. As a result, Imperial Records Department (IRD) came into existence on 11 March 1891 which was located in Imperial Secretariat Building at Calcutta (Kolkata). Professor G.W Forrest was made its Officer in Charge. His main task was to examine, transfer, arrange and catalogue records of all the Departments and to organise a Central Library in place of various Departmental Libraries. After G.W. Forrest, the work at Imperial Records Department (IRD) progressed well under S.C. Hill (1900), C.R. Wilson (1902), N.L. Hallward (1904), E. Denison Ross (1905), A.F. Scholfield (1915), R.A. Blaker (1919), J.M. Mitra (1920) and Rai Bahadur A.F.M. Abdul Ali (1922-1938) who were scholars as well as Records Keepers in their own right.
Short Term Certificate in “Servicing and Repair of Records” (89th Batch)
High School Pass and knowledge of Hindi and English
Age: Below 30 years for private candidates. Below 50 years for sponsored candidates
Reservation: Seats are reserved for private candidates of SC /ST / OBC /persons with disability as per Government norms.
Course Fee: Rs.300/- (Rupees three hundred) only, non- refundable, to be paid at the time of admission.
How to Apply:
Application Fee: Rs.100/- through Indian Postal Order or DD/Bankers Cheque payable to the Director General of Archives, National Archives of India at New Delhi.
Application in the prescribed proforma along with attested copies of certificates of educational qualification, age and caste be sent to The Director General of Archives, National Archives of India, Janpath, New Delhi-110001. Applicants employed in Central & State Govt. PSUs should apply through proper channel
Application form can be downloaded from our web site under what’s new.
Last date of receipt of application: 5th April, 2019
To know more Information about this Course please visit: www.gurugramuniversity.ac.in