Student or Learner
She arranged notebooks in a bag.
He has arranged shoes in a row.
Her parents arranged a grand party last night on the occasion of her success/A grand party was arranged by her parents on her success.
Teacher arranged a trip to go to/going to Naran.
My father told manager to arrange a room in the hotel.
I has arranged a room to stay her with me.
Employee arranged documents in a file to show the boss.
May you arrange to reply soon?
or can we say ''She managed books in the bag''
''She kept books in a bag''
''She put books in a bag.''?
It also depends on whether or not they are indeed her notebooks! If she is arranging her own notebooks in a bag, then that's fine. If not, then I would suggest:
She put her notebooks in a bag.
She put some notebooks in a bag.
She put notebooks in a bag.
She put all the notebooks in a bag.
She kept books in a bag means that the books stayed in the bag most of the time and she only took them out to read/use them. To "keep" something in something else suggests a more long-term arrangement.
I would definitely not say "She managed books in a bag."