1.1 LIBRARY SYSTEM
A library can be defined as a room or building where books are kept and referenced. It is a multifaceted field of business on accounting. A library as a repository of knowledge, houses collections of books, both reference and general, technical reports, periodicals, journals, conference proceedings and tastes. Therefore, truth and knowledge can be found and obtained from the library through the above sources. The information content of one of the collections can be stored on microfilm, audio tapes, fleas and other materials traditionally kept in the library, which is charged with the responsibility for the acquisition, organization, maintenance, and judicial circulation of books and other library materials through the different sections of the library, for effective use of the library by users.
The sections acquisition, cataloging, binding and circulating library undertake the acquisition, organization, maintenance and circulation of books / documents in the library, respectively. When the library through the acquisition of the library section acquires a book, its balance sheet is taken and the membership number is given to the book after the book will be sent to cataloging section of the library. Under this section, the book will be carefully studied and given catalog number before being sent to the library circulation section as the case may be. The traffic section is responsible for the circulation or distribution of books. This section also organizes the works consulted in the shelves.
There are other sections as the reference section, which provides reference and bibliographic services issues, and the series section where periodic, magazines and related documents are kept. The library also houses special collections and operates traffic the control in which the books are lent to users. In fact, it is indeed a place of multiple activities on the management of the work.
1.2 PROBLEM STATEMENT.