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Heritage department signs MoU with Noor International Micro film centre to preserve manuscripts of state museum

HYDERABAD, APRIL 26, 2024: The Telangana Department of Heritage and Noor International Micro Film Centre, New Delhi has signed an Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the preservation and expertise treatment of documents with new herbal technology to enhance the life span of document beyond 100 years.

This MoU was signed on Friday by Bharati Hollikeri, Director, Department of Heritage Telangana and Dr. Mehdi Khajeh Piri, Director, Noor International Micro Film Centre in the presence of Shailaja Ramaiyer, Principal Secretary to Government, Y.A.T. & C Department at Bhagavan Mahaveer Auditorium, State Museum, Public Gardens, Hyderabad.

The Department of Heritage Telangana is a custodian of priceless Manuscripts, Paintings, Dastawatzs and other paper documents in the State Museum, Hyderabad. These documents are displayed and some are kept in store room. The material of these documents are susceptible for fast deterioration beyond recognition.

These documents are mine of information on History, Society, Language, Religion and Caligraphy of different periods. This information is very helpful in reconstructing political, social, linguistic, religious history of the state. However, the department is equipped with old technology used in the department is not long lasting.

Noor International Micro Film Centre has expertise in treating the documents and preserving the paper documents with new Herbal Technology which is reversible and enhances the life span of the document beyond 100 years.


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