Today‘s libraries need to develop such an ambience that attracts students towards it. Wholesome use of the
library services by the intended user is also a farfetched dream today. In order to have more influx of users in
the library premises holistic development of the library system as a whole is needed. Library system needs to
have proper management and structuring of the books available, good quality and relevant material, easy and
quick access of this material for the users and all this needs to be complimented with a capable and helpful
library staff. To reach the expected benchmark of services and to achieve the goal of fulfilling the educational
requirements of its users has motivated libraries to introduce the concept of Quality Management (QM) into
library services. This paper shows the gratitude of TQM in libraries by illustrating TQM Approach V/S
Traditional Approach in Library
Library Management. Quality Management, TQM, Quality Assessment
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