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LIBRARY SECURITY SYSTEM

  • Khushboo singh ,Pragati kumari, Aashika singh,Sreelakshmi
  • Libraries have changed with the times and so have their collections. Today, a library’s collection contains a wide variety of materials such as expensive CDs and DVDs, hard-to-replace reference volumes and popular books and magazines.
    Without an effective security system in place, many libraries risk the problems associated with the temporary and permanent loss of materials. When items are unavailable, the patrons of your library must do without or go elsewhere. And, although the replacement cost may appear to be low, it is important to factor in the staff time to reorder, catalog and process these missing materials, which can double costs when taken into consideration.

    and hence if any one can take the books without any permission then he/she must be punished ,or some security system must be there for these checkings .

  • All the students who are mostly uses the libray books . which are approximately (above 10 years old students)  

  • https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdLiTcv4Tcv7nsDG8uChQe3Shab1CKwEex57kxjPSiBTEbCEg/viewform?usp=sf_link

  •                                  Security System
    An electronic alarm system installed at the entrance and
    exit of a library facility to detect the unauthorized removal
    of library materials (theft). Most security systems use a
    swing-arm or pair of uprights called a security gate,
    activated by a magnetic strip affixed to each item, which
    must be desensitized by circulation staff at the time the
    item is checked out to avoid triggering the alarm. Some
    security systems include a counting device for gathering
    statistics on traffic patterns.
October 23, 2019

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