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Library Management System

This Library Management System is an automated system that is specially designed for school libraries. Its main goal is to help keep the records of every transaction of the books that is available inside the library. It’s a user friendly system that means all functions are easy to learn and easy to use by the admin and even by occasional users. It also provides reports to know how many books are issued to a particular student. And with this, the librarian can easily track the status of a book and who have borrowed it. Then, it automatically calculates fines for late returns. This does not just provide efficiency but it also frees up more time for other tasks. At the same time, you are confident that all information’s are well stored in the database.

These are the following features of the system


  • Add Book
  • Retrieve Books
  • Update Book
  • Delete Book


  • Add New Borrower
  • Retrieve Borrower
  • Update Borrower
  • Delete Borrower
  • Print Library Card


  • Borrow Books
  • Return Books
  • Overdues with Payments


  • Add New Category
  • Retrieve Categories
  • Update Category
  • Delete Category

Manage Users

  • Add New User
  • Retrieve Users
  • Update User
  • Delete User


  • Inventory of Books
    1. List of Books
    2. Total Number of Books
    3. Daily
    4. Weekly
    5. Monthly
    6. Inclusive Dates
  • User Logs

Login and Logout

Access this system using the admin accounts:
Password: admin

Download and install the following:

xampp latest version



Microsoft Visual Studio 2015

For more information about the system. You can contact me @

Email – [email protected]
Mobile No. – 09305235027 – TNT
FB Account –


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