Library Management System
We are trying to develop an automation system which will provide lots of facilities to our University. The total automation system divided into many modules, here our parts is “Library Management System” .This is a small part of total automation System but The Library Management System will provide an environment which facilitate teachers & students easy to access the library information.
The Aim of this project is to help our student, Library administrator and Teacher to access our library in a computerized way. We found that if our Library Management system is automated or computerized then it will be very easy to search any book. It saves our time and our total Library Management system become very easy 

  • It will help student or library administrator to access library easily
  • To reduce people’s haphazard.
  • Searching process of a book becomes very easy.
  • Maintenance of these books becomes very easy.
  • To assure the information of the library such as book types, copy number of books, authors name, availability of particular book etc.
  • To make secured data storage of library information.
  • Manage the library as a systematic way.
  • Huge information can be stored.
As we go though the project, we find out three types of user in this project. They are student, teacher & library supervisor. Though all of the requirements are not same but we tried out to make an interface among their requirements.
Project Life Cycle:
The project life cycle includes various development phases that occur in the life of project starting right from the inception of the project to its final development at the client’s end. The three development phases in a project life cycle are:-
  • Project initiation 
  • Project execution 
  • Project deployment 
Project initiation:
The project initiation phase is first phase of life cycle. This phase involves creating a complete plan for the project, specifying various activities that will be performed and assigning responsibilities to team members on the basis of their skill set. 

Project execution:
After the project plan is made and the responsibilities assigned, the actual development of the project starts. The phase in which the actual development of the project takes place is known as the project execution phase. This is the most crucial phase of any project and is subdivided into the following phases:-
A. system analysis
• Initial study
• Information gathering
• Feasibility study
B. System design
• Design standard
• High level design & design tools
• Database design
• Logical design
• Construction
C. System implementation
• Integration & testing
• Post implementation

Project development:
After the project execution phase, the final phase of a project life cycle is the project development phase. In this phase, the deployed at the client side. This phase also involves providing customer support to the client for some specified period of time.
When project is built it may possibly remain error les of more, because several type of modification can take place several times. So for the very first time when we run the database web site we found few problems in tools potions. We fixed this problem including some minor problems immediately, and afterwards the application runs properly.

Library Management System
A Library Management System is a system where a user can access a library automatically. Here automatically stands for computerized way. In a manual system when we go a library, we see a lot of books are in self by self. There is no member, no serial of these books. It is difficult to find out a certain book for a certain writer. To reduce these haphazard we decide to make this LMS system automated. In this system a user easily get which books are in the library. How many copies have of them, the name of the writer of the book etc?Existing 

The system we have currently is a poor manual library system. There is a lot of book in library but no serial number of them. Different writers have different books but no chart of them. Our library supervisor maintains only a register chart. Where there is no information about the book lender. So it is difficult to find out the book lender in next time. And it is risky too to give a book. Students are not able to lend a book from the library because library supervisor has no sufficient information about them that she/he can search out the lender.
Our existing library management system is a manual system. The whole system is manually defined and it has some problems. The problems of existing systems are as follows:
• It is very slow and takes many times.
• It is very difficult to maintain.
• It is not error free.Propose System:

But now we want to do it automatically. Which will be so easier for Whole University and it has some advantages as follows:-
• Dynamic System
• Error free
• User Friendly
Strategy for Determining Requirement Information:
For the requirement analysis we use the key strategies for determination of requirements of the user.
• Getting information from the existing system.
• Interview.
• Questionnaires.
• Hardware & software requirementsGetting Information from the Existing 

In this stage we simply ask the personnel of meeting management information section- what information are currently received and what other information are required. From this stage we find that the meeting members of the university are recording manually their personal information in the member register.
Why do we conduct interviews during system analysis, the reasons are these:Ø We need to gather information about the behavior of a current system or the requirements of a new.Ø We need to verify our own understanding as system analyst of the behavior of a current system or the requirements of a new system. This understanding was probably acquired through previous interviews together with independently gathered information.Ø We need to gather information about the current system and/or system in order to carry out cost-benefit meeting between a system analyst and an end user.
We took the interview of the teacher, student, and Library Supervisor. As interview is the most common and most satisfactory way of obtaining information, particularly to obtain information about objectives constraints, allocation of details and problems and failures in the existing system.
After the interview all notes are read through and expanded to make them intangible. As the data are in random order, they were revised into a more useful order before the next work is commenced.
Hardware & software requirements Software Requirements:
  • Any Operating System.
  • Internet Explorer
Hardware Requirements:
  • Component Minimum Maximum
  • Process speed 233 MHz Higher ( P4)
  • Ram 64 MB Higher
  • Graphic Card AGP 32 MB Higher
  • Monitor Any Color Monitor Higher
  • CD Rom Any 16X HigherProject phases
We divided our whole work of the project into the following developing phases.

Phase1: Analysis the requirements of the project.
In this phase we basically analysis the requirements and develop our knowledge on demand. We will sort out all the necessary tools that will be needed. We will grow up the technological background to make workable the software in all environments.
The method of collecting requirements: 
Reading books & related reference book.
Internet Browsing.
Talking with the students, our friends who are interested to help us by giving information about Library management System.
Talking with our supervisor & other teacher who are experienced to make Library and working with the automation.
Talking with Programmer or experienced people who are working this type of related sector.

Module Analysis
In this phase we will analyses our module and fragment the overall module in some small modules. Which help us to complete total system easily.

Phase3: Develop Modules
We will make the task flow and code flow of each module in this phase. We will write the row code to build up the modules.

Phase 4: Integrate Modules
In this phase we will integrate all modules. The backbone of the software will stand up in this phase and the software will be useable.

Phase5: Test, bug finding and bug fixingWe will test the overall features of the software. By testing the features we will find out the bugs. After that all the bugs will be solved.

Phase 6: Use of the software
This software will be use for Our University Automation System for Library management.
Design of a system model
System Design Model:
In our Routine Management System there are three types of User models are shown
These are:
• Normal User
• Administrator
• registered user

Normal User:
A regular user is any kind of user like students, teachers or any body who uses the system and can see the online library and get information.
An admin user is a selected user who has the permissions to create a new admin or edit update delete operation. The admin users also perform the book function like book borrow, book lending book return etc.
Registered user:
It means that, only our students, teacher, & employee are permitted to registration. These type of people have to has perform book borrow, return function.

It should be include the following content:§ Availability§ Reliability§ Safety§ Security
Library System is a part of Automation System. So this library system depends the following category.
Availability of our library system is the probability that it will be arriving and able
to deliver useful service at any given time.
Reliability: In our module we will try to remove all most error so that our system dose not hangs frequently & it will give result perfectly. And it will be more reliable to access the library system.
At the time of module develop we will ensure our system safety. On the other hand university authorities take action for system safety. So that any unauthorized people cannot touch the system.
System will want password to ensure legal access & block illegal or unauthorized access.

Work plan:
We are trying our best to complete our task within three months and complete the total task as follows:
Tools:The software will be developed using PHP and HTML as Front End and MySQL as Back End. HTML, CSS, JavaScript and PHP are used for module design. 

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4.3 Conceptual model of our proposed Library Management system:
Analyzing & Specification

We have found we have three library in three different buildings in an average each library has 5000 books. Different department has different library in a separate building
Library administrator maintains a khata to keep information about the book no student could lend any book or even couldn’t see what the books in the library are.
To reach our project goals our LMS system must has to provide following features:-
  • Student could see book list 
  • Student could lend book from library
  • Administrator has to have the option add edit delete remove the booklist.
  • Administrator & student could see the borrowed the book list 
  • The total system should be internet based.
Home Page
Home Page is our main page of our Library Management System.
Our LMS system is developed by php & mysql . We take sevent database table to develop this LMS. Those tables are
i. Admin table
ii. Employee table
iii. Requirement table
iv. Booklist table
v. Defaulter table
vi. Book Borrow table
vii. Book information table
Admin table
Admin table has two fields one is admin id and other is password. Admin table only access by administrator.
Work for Administrator:
An administrator has four categories to work. Those are
• User
• Maintenance
• Books
• Searching

User Category has four options.
User Registration:
This option is for User (Student, teacher) registration. A User has to go the LMS administrator with his or her id card. Then Administrator will register him/her as a member of LMS. To help administrator we keep four fields for member registration. These are member id, Student id, Password and e-mail. Member id will provide by LMS administrator and other information will be taken form the user ID card.
Access with user
This option provide user accessing the library books , borrow , lend etc.
Add employee
Add employee provide employee management table. Here we have to need employee id, name email, phone. Also add, edit update, delete option are available.
Create new Admin
It will provide a new administration form. We have to need here admin id, employee id, previous password & email address.
After fulfill this item we will create a new administrator.
It has two parts such as
o New book entry
o Finding requirements
New book entry:
  • It provides book management table.
  • Finding requirements:
  • It will provide list of required book. 
It has three parts
o Book borrow function
o Returning book
o Renew book

Change Administrator:

This option will allow administrator to change his or her administrative password. It consist three field Admin id, Old password and new password. After entering Admin id and old password an admin could enter new password and able to change his/her password.

Employee Table
In LMS sometime we might have need to create new admin user. Create New User id allows us to do that. Creating a new admin user we have four fields. Those are admin id, Employee id password and email address.

Requirements table:

This table allows us to send request for any book. Suppose we need a book of PHP. But it is not in the library. Now if any students send any request REQUIREMENTS TABLE will save that request and later on Admin could act according to the request.
It has five fields. After filing these fields a user can send his requirements.
Booklist table
To search any book we will use this table. It has a drop down menu which consist five categories to search any book. It has also a field which will allow user to fid book by entering book name, author name, book id etc.
According to the user requirements the result will shown as a table with all of the book information.
Book Information Table
It has three parts
o Searching by Book name
o Searching by Author
o Searching by Subject
Searching by Book name
We could search a book by its name.
Searching by Author
By Choosing Author in the Drop down menu and writing the writer’s name, we could search a book.
Searching by subject

This option allows us to search any book as subject wise. Suppose
We need to find out JAVA book. We will write JAVA in the search book id and select subject in the drop down menu.
We are very much proud to be a part of University Automation. It was challenging task. We tried our best to accomplish it. But we think here is still some opportunity to improve.

Library MANAGEMENT Project plan submission using openproj