Manorama Yearbook goes digital

Manorama Yearbook goes digital
Malayala Manorama Managing Editor Jacob Mathew launches the Manorama Yearbook Tuesday. Yearbook editor-in-charge KC Narayanan is also seen.

Kottayam: Manorama Yearbook, India’s most popular annual knowledge encyclopedia, is now available online as well. Malayala Manorama Managing Editor Jacob Mathew launched the website ( here on Tuesday.

Manorama Yearbook’s online edition will complement the print version by providing daily updates on current affairs, special stories, expert opinions, quizzes and mock tests for Civil Services aspirants to stay ahead in the highly competitive UPSC examination race.

Only those who buy the print version of the Yearbook - which hits the stands on Wednesday - will be able to access the website through a coupon code provided in the hard copy.

Subscribers will get a daily dose of news, views, statistics and more carefully curated by the Manorama Yearbook online team.

First published in 1959, Manorama Yearbook is available in English, Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil and Bengali. The original remit of the Yearbook was to bridge the knowledge divide that existed in society. Over the years, the Yearbook has proved to be the perfect guide for students by presenting unique perspectives on general knowledge and current affairs.

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