• Identified and created a network of partner institutions at various levels involved in manuscript documentation and preservation.
  • Set up 57 Manuscript Resource Centres (MRC-s) across the country, 31 working currently.
  • Set up 33 Manuscript Partner Centres. (MPC-s)
  • 42.03 lakhs Manuscripts have been documented.
  • Set up a web-based National Database of Manuscripts with information on 2.7 million manuscripts.
  • Broad-based information on manuscripts through the National Survey in 18 States of India and 8 states covered through the Post Survey.
  • Set up 50 Manuscript Conservation Centres (MCC-s) across the country, 30 working currently.
  • Standards on Storage and on Preventive Conservation of Manuscripts.
  • Capacity–building in conservation through training workshops: 218 preventive conservation, 20 curative conservation completed and 6840 manpower have been trained.
  • Broad–based preventive conservation through more than 200 Manuscript Conservation Partner Centres (MCPC-s).
  • The Standards and Benchmarks on Digitization of Manuscripts revived for 3rd phase of Ditization and published in website.
  • 1st, 2nd and 3rd Phase of the Digitization of manuscripts project is completed and 4th phase is in process. Total 2.96 lakhs manuscripts (2.61 Crore Pages) have been digitized.
  • Proposal has been submitted for setting of Digital Manuscripts Library for Digital Manuscripts storage & accessibility.
  • Built up Manuscript Studies skills through short–term courses, advanced courses and projects for students for critical editing. Creation of resource pool of man power in Manuscriptology & Paleography. Total 59 basic level, 22 advance level and 54 Seminars have been completed.
  • Revived and supported the New Catalogus Catalogorum of the Madras University.
  • Launched lecture series, seminar series and bi-monthly publication. So far 6 volumes of Tattvavodha (lecture series), 10 volumes of Samiksika (Seminar series of research Papers), 2 volumes of Samraksika (Seminar series of conservation), 30 volumes of Prakasika (Critical edition of rare manuscripts), 5 volumes of Kritibodh (Edited Manuscripts in Advance level workshop), 5 Catalogue and 27 issues of Kriti Rakshana has been published.
  • Outreach Programmes across the country through awareness campaigns, exhibitions, theater and media . 143 public lectures and 10 exhibitions have been completed.
  • Initiated a Publication Programme. 30 unpublished Manuscripts have been published.