The Problem and Its Scope

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The Problem and Its Scope

By | November 2012
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Chapter 1
THE PROBLEM AND ITS SCOPE
INTRODUCTION

Rationale

A library is a warehouse of information and knowledge in which materials such as books, periodicals, newspapers, pamphlets, tapes and other materials are kept for reading, reference and lending to the students and teachers. The informational materials inside the library are organized and arranged on specific shelves through their respective places. Placing similar materials in one location helps the users find the particular item conveniently. The librarian will facilitate for the users the materials they need to borrow by offering all the references and information needed. A library has thousands of books in stock. It has books on various topics, subjects and events. New books are added from time to time. They are classified and indexed according to their subjects. The labeling of books helps the reader to get a particular book without any difficulty. To find out the library number of a particular book, one can take the help of the subject and author index. Most libraries keep a book display rack where new arrivals are kept. Students or readers can increase their knowledge of various subjects by reading in the library during his spare time. One can update one's knowledge by reading regularly in a library. A reader or a student can borrow a book for home if he has a card. The books are issued for a limited period. If the reader does not return the book on the due date, he has to pay a fine as per the library rules. If a reader loses a book, he has to replace the lost book with a new one or pay the price of the book. The readers are supposed to keep the books in good condition. The researcher find modern advances in technology as the answer to the existing problems of the present library system. Through the use of computer technology, the searching for information of particular books and inquiry of its availability will become fast and more accurate, the effective processing of records of...