With the library
management system

The staff can
track the book status
The status of books can be tracked using this system. The book issued to a student and returned by a student can be tracked easily.
collect the fine
The students sometimes do not return books on time. Thus, it enables the system to calculate the fine of the students per extra day.
generate reports
The reports regarding the stock of books present in the library can be maintained easily.
It helps in reducing the manual workload of the librarian and improving the structure of the library with enhancing librarian’s efficiency.
Features of Library Management System
  • Manage all books details in a single system
  • The librarian can tally records by generating the list of books issued or due for a duration
  • Complete track on issued/renewed books with barcode scanning
  • With Barcode integration, easily organize and manage the book details
  • Manage Lost/Damaged/Missing books separately and charge the same from the users as a percentage of the Total amount of the Book
  • Manage late returned books and assign a late fee charges for such users on a per day basis charges
  • Set a book issue limit for all users and days for which they will be allowed to keep the book
  • Send Due SMS to students in your own template using ODERP and for how many regular intervals you wish to send the SMS
  • Fine Report to track the amount of paid by students against the late fee return charges, lost or missing book category or damaged category


  • 1. What is the purpose of the Library Management System ?

    • It simplifies the day-to-day tasks of the library and helps in managing and tracking the daily tasks of the library like issuing books, returning books, fine calculations, and many more.
  • 2. How does a library management system work ?

    • It helps in tracking the status of the books and a complete user database. Starting from managing the acquisitions , cataloging serial control, issued books, returned books and fine calculations. It helps in managing all the day-to-day tasks of the library.

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