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The Content Management System (CMS) is a mixture of large databases and file systems used to store and retrieve vast data. The ACS preserves and maintains the PSNCET e-documents, newspapers, e-journals, e-book, and other resources to let college students and faculty members utilize the content in various ways. It is used to organize and facilitate collaborative material creation. The basic idea behind a CMS library is to separate content management from design. Page designs are saved in templates, and the contents may be stored in a database or separate files. For website administrators and authors alike, the benefits of a CMS library include. A CMS library allows students and instructors to access resources quickly and easily. A CMS library offers specific publishing processes and specific publishing rights for various individuals. All these features help users save time for training and enable more people to access the materials wherever they want.