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Laws of Kautilya Arthasastra

Sujatha Reddy

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Laws Of Kautilya Arthasastra

Sujatha Reddy

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Management and Behavioural Process

Vinayak Anil Bhat V. Sujatha Jaishree J. Desai P.N. Reddy H.R Appannaiah

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Item Description: Himalaya Publishing House. Book Condition: New. pp. 309 1st Edition. Bookseller Inventory # 06108010

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Management and Behavioural Process

Bhat Vinayak Anil Sujatha V. Desai Jaishree J. Reddy P.N. Appannaiah H.R

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Laws of Kautilya Arthasastra

Sujatha Reddy

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Laws of Kautilya Arthasastra

Reddy Sujatha

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Mental Retardation : Education And Rehabilitation Services (special Education Ser.)

G Lokanadha Reddy, J Sujatha Malini and A Kusuma

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Item Description: Hard Bound. Book Condition: New. (Size-22x14.5 cm), Contents : 1. Concept of Mental Retardation, 2. Factors, Causes and Characteristics Associated with Mental Retardation, 3. Early Identification and Intervention, 4. Educational Programmes for Mentally Retarded Children, 5. Social Development in Mentally Retarded, 6. Career Education, Vocational Rehabilitation and Counselling Services, References, Appendix -I : Gessel Developmental Schedules, Appendix-II, Senguin Form Board Test, Appendix-III : Development Screening Test, Appendix-IV : Vineland Social Maturity Scale, Appendix-V : NIMH Developmental Screening Test, Appendix0Vi : items for Behaviour Scale of AAMR. Index. 8171417868 vii+232 Yr. of Pub.2010. Bookseller Inventory # 67053

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Mental Retardation: Education and Rehabilitation

A. Kusuma,G. Lokanadha Reddy,J. Sujatha Malini

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Item Description: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2010. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . The authors of this book have taken great efforts to present the content in a well structured and organized manner starting from the concept of mental retardation to identification and intervention. The concept of mental retardation, factors, causes and characteristics associated with mental retardation are delineated in detail in the first, and second chapters. Different tests in identification and assessment of general intelligence, adaptive behaviour, specific abilities and deficits are given in the third chapter. The fourth chapter provides the required Education and training programmes for different categories of Children with mental retardation. In the fifth chapter, the ways and means of developing social competence for mentally retarded are clearly explained in the background of learning theory and developmental theory perspectives. The last chapter focuses on Career education, vocational rehabilitation and counseling services. The different career education models in special education and instructional approaches are explained apart from the counseling services for parents, peer group and community. Different tests in the assessment of intelligence, adaptive behaviour, specific abilities and deficits and developmental screening aspects of children with their instructions and Norms are provided in Appendices. The book has other interesting features like a chapter outline that acquaints the reader with Organization and content of each chapter, chapter learning objectives that state what the readers should be able to do after reading the chapter and a summary that recaps the main points. This book is a rare blend of theoretical as well as practical aspects of dealing children with mental retardation. Contents, 1. Concept of Mental Retardation 2. Factors, Causes and Characteristics Associated with Mental Retardation 3. Early Identification and Intervention 4. Educational Programmes for Mentally Retarded Children 5. Social Development in Mentally Retarded 6. Career Education, Vocational Rehabilitation and Counseling Services Printed Pages: 244. Bookseller Inventory # 56829

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State-Local Fiscal Relations in India : Proceedings of the National Conference on 'Emerging Trends

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Item Description: Manohar, India. Book Condition: New. Contents: 1. State-local fiscal relations in contemporaty India/Justus Richter. 2. State-local fiscal relations: a suggested approach/Ch. A. Krishna Rao and M. Sarojini. 3. State-local fiscal relations: implications for decentralization/Sujatha Rao. 4. State-local fiscal relations in India:a search for an analytical framework/Kamlesh Misra. 5. Finances of city governments in India/Kamlesh Misra. 6. Financial resources of Panchayats in India/O.P. Bohra. 7. Resource mobilization for PRIs: tax assignments and tax-transfers/Noorjahan Bava. 8. Inter-state disparity in fiscal capacity and its implications for state-local fiscal relations in India/ Bhagabata Patro and G.D. Prasad. 9. Emerging trends state local fiscal relations in India--a study with reference to the Muncipal Bodies of Andhra Pradesh/Rajiv Sharma. 10. States and finances of local bodies/ Duvvuri Subbarao and G.R. Reddy. 11. Inter-governmental financial transfers: the case of Andhra Pradesh/V. Gnaneshwar. 12. State-local finanical relations in Andhra Pradesh/S.P. Ranga Rao and P. Syam sunder Reddy. 13. State-Panchayat fiscal relations in Karnataka/Abdul Aziz. 14. State-local fiscal relations in Tamil Nadu: an analytical review/K. Deivamani. 15. Policy options for reforming state-local fiscal relations in India/Justus Richter. Index. Bookseller Inventory # 1098

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Role Performance of Special Education Teachers

J. Sujatha Malini R. Jayaprabha G. Lokanadha Reddy

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Role Performance of Special Education Teachers

Malini J. Sujatha Jayaprabha R. Reddy G. Lokanadha

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Gleanings in Plant Sciences : Feschrift in Honour of Prof Bir Bahadur

N Rama Swamy; N Pratap Reddy and T Pullaiah

Published by Regency Publication, New Delhi (2004)

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Item Description: Regency Publication, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Handedness in twining tracheophytes/Robert Ornduff. 2. Biodiversity lamiaceae (s.l) in India/V. Sampath Kumar and G.V.S. Murthy. 3. Floristic analysis of the flora of Andhra Pradesh/T. Pullaiah K. Sri Rama Murthy and S. Sandhya Rani. 4. The ornamental mint genus leonotis (lamiaceae)/Raju J.S. Aluri. 5. Sesamum diseases/pests management/T. Kamala. 6. Structure distribution and taxonomic significance of foliar crystalliferous inclusions in boraginaceae/B. Hanumantha Rao and K. Vijaya Kumar. 7. Structure distribution and taxonomic significance of trichomes and emergences in insectivorous plants/B. Hemanth M. Radhakrishnaiah B.K. Vijay Kumar and M. Prabhakar. 8. Comparative LM & SEM studies on seeds of datura L. and Brugmansia Pers. (solanaceae)/K. Venkateshwarlu C. Vijaya Kumar N. Rama Swamy and N. Pratap Reddy. 9. Xylotomy of some Indian clerodendrums and its taxonomical relevance/P. Padma Rao and P. Ramachandra Reddy. 10. Pollen referable to sonneratia from the Miocene deposits of KG and cauvery basins comments of on the fossil record of this genus/C.G.K. Ramanujam P. Rama Chandra Reddy and H. Ramakrishna. 11. Capsicum annuum linn. a major source of winter honey in Umrer and Bhiwapur Tahsils of Nagpur district Maharashtra state India/D.M. Mate N.V. Bhusari and K.H. Makde. 12. Evolution of the pollen gametophyte a short sketch/P.K.K. Nair. 13. Biosystematic studies in the genus pennisetum/D.M. Sujatha P. Kusuma Kumari J.S.R. Murthy V. Manga and M.V. Subba Rao. 14. Aneuploids of petunia current status/V. Padmaja and P. China Pullaiah. 15. Cytological and taxonomic evaluation of some species complexes in the family cyperaceae/S.P. Rath and S.N. Patnaik. 16. Components of genetic variation for yield and yield contributing characters in castor (ricinus communis L.)/N. Janaki Ramaiah. 17. Compatibility studies in domesticated species of capsicum/N. Lakshmi and M. Srikanth. 18. Vam fungi for tropical forest soils of India/P. Rama Rao Goje Laxman Rao and V.V. Kanakadurga. 19. Application of biotechnology to Musa a case study/Leela Sahijram. 20. Biotechnology and the improvement of oil seed crops Indian context/K. Vaidyanath and K. Rajender Rao. 21. In vitro strategies for plant regeneration from Meristem tips of certain grain legumes and their applications/B. Srinivas and Digamber Rao. 22. In vitro selection of pesticide tolerance in Chickpea (Cicer arietinum l.)/K. Jaganmohan Reddy and K. Vani Devi. 23. Genotypic variations in plantlet formation from nodal bud cultures of mulberry/K.S. Jagadischandra K.R. Dharanendra Gowda and N. Sathyanarayna. 24. Studies on regeneration and somaclonal variation in Pigeonpea/J.K. Bhalla Parampreet Kaur and Prasannalata. 25. Salt tolerance in in vitro selected sugarcane lines/G.R. Naik. 26. In vitro culture of vascular cambium problems and prospects/K.V. Krishnamurthy and K. Ramesh Kannan. 27. Zygotes and 2 celled proembryos as tools for genetic transformation/T.V.R. Lakshmi K. Aruna Lakshmi and K.G. Raja Rao. 28. Paclitaxel (taxol*R) from cell and tissue cultures of taxus sp./Veeresham Ciddi and Chandrakant Kokate. 29. Progress and prospects in the production of phytochemicals through plant cell and tissue culture/R. Usha and P.M. Swamy. 30. Production of phytochemicals of pharmaceutical importance in plant cell cultures/Ramamurthi Ganesh and K. Janardhan Reddy. 31. Gene silencing in transgenics/S.S. Raghuvanshi. 32. Plant polymines past present and future/Jitender S. Yadav and Manchikatla V. Rajam. 33. Algal biotechnology a review/B. Digamber Rao and Vidyavati. 34. Archaebacteria biotechnological potentials/S.M. Reddy and S. Ram Reddy. Index. Gleanings in Plant Sciences is a commemoration volume presented to Prof. Bir Bahadur on his completion of 60 years of age. It contains contributions from various research institutions and universities of India and abroad who include his friends well wishers and students. The book includes 34 research and review articles on various aspects o. Bookseller Inventory # 53146

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Land Use Diversification for Sustainable Rainfed Agriculture

K D Sharma and B Soni

Published by Atlantic, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8126905840 ISBN 13: 9788126905843

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Item Description: Atlantic, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. I. Diversification need of the hour 1. Land use diversification for sustainable rainfed agriculture in the 21 century/Kapil D. Sharma and Harish P. Singh. 2. Crop diversification in rainfed regions of India/K.P.R. Vittal G. Ravindra Chary C.A. Rama Rao and G.R.M. Sankar. II. Natural resources dynamics 3. Agroclimatic characterization need concept and methodology/Y.S. Ramakrishna G.G.S.N. Rao A.V.R. Kesava Rao and P. Vijaya Kumar. 4. Status dynamics livelihood contribution and policy issues of water as a common pool resource/Prasanta Kumar Mishra. 5. Characterization and nutrient management of soils of rainfed Agro Ecosystem/K.L. Sharma. 6. Efficient crops and cropping systems in rainfed agriculture/G. Subba Reddy and V. Maruthi. 7. Improved farm implements for rainfed regions/V.M. Mayande. III. Alternate land uses 8. Alternate land use based on climate soils and crop suitability/K.V. Rao. 9. Alternate land uses under rainfed agriculture/G.R. Korwar. 10. Agri horticultural systems for rainfed areas/J.V. Rao and S. Sujatha. 11. Land use diversification with alternate high value crops in rainfed areas potential and prospects/G. Pratibha and G.R. Korwar. 12. Diversification of rainfed agriculture through commercial tree plantation/L.N. Harsh. 13. Land use diversification for industrial biomass production/J.V.N.S. Prasad. 14. Forests as common pool resource role of JFM/CFM/Mohammed Osman. 15. Wasteland development/J.V. Rao. 16. Integration of livestock in land use diversification/A.K. Misra. 17. Rainwater harvesting technologies in rainfed diversified Agro ecosystem/Virendra Kumar and P.K. Singh. IV. Case studies 18. Sustainable management of land and water resources for achieving food security in the rainfed areas/Prabhakar Pathak. 19. Land use diversification key to system profitability and sustainability in dry sub humid region of eastern Uttar Pradesh/S.R. Singh. 20. Land use diversification in Central India/G.S. Rajput. 21. New strategy for augmenting productivity of degraded lands/R.C. Yadav. V. Capacity building 22. International agricultural trading issues and strategies in crop land use diversification/K.V. Subrahmanyam. 23. Adult and action learning for community mobilization/Sreenath Dixit and Yvonne Orlando. Rainfed agriculture has a distinct place in Indian agriculture occupying 68 per cent of the total cultivated area and supporting 40 per cent of human and 60 per cent of livestock population. Agriculture in rainfed areas continues to be a gamble because farmers in the rainfed region face many uncertainties. In the light of growing population and demand to increase the food production especially in the developing countries with arid and semi arid climate this book mainly focuses on the land use diversification involving multi disciplinary approaches for sustainability in the rainfed regions. The present book consists of twenty three articles in all by experts from various Central and State Government Organisations Agricultural Universities and Research Organisations concerned with rainfed agriculture. These articles covering various aspects of land use diversification for sustainable rainfed agriculture have been arranged into five sections (a) Diversification need of the hour (b) Natural Resources dynamics (c) Alternate land uses (d) Case studies and (e) Capacity building. Each of the articles is highly informative and it is hoped that this book will give an interesting insight into the varied rainfed agriculture related problems in India. It highlights the possible measures sustainable management of land and water resources land use diversification alternate land uses based on climate soil and crop suitability etc. that would help increase the cropland as well as crop and fodder production in rainfed areas. The present book enriched with selected case studies will be particularly useful for students teachers researchers and scientists working in the area of rainfed agriculture and agricultural. Bookseller Inventory # 60877

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Movements and Public Administration

Edited by V. Bhaskara Rao

Published by Kalpaz Publications (2012)

ISBN 10: 8178359162 ISBN 13: 9788178359168

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Item Description: Kalpaz Publications, 2012. Contents Preface 1 Administrative response to transformative MovementG Haragopal 2 Movements for empowerment of minorities women scheduled castes and scheduled tribesAlice Vidya Sagar 3 Perspective of civil liberties perceptionS Sheshaiah and Gunti Ravi 4 Human rights movements civil libertiesP Veeraiah 5 Environmental movements implication for public administrationRK Sapru 6 A prognosis on the problem of ethnic unrest in IndiaM Venakt Reddy 7 Trade Union movement and the new economic policyV Bhaskara Rao and TV Sujatha Kumari 8 Lok Satta people powerV Bhaskara Rao 9 Teaching of public administration in APA Vijay Kumar 10 Research in public administration in APA Vijay Kumar 11 Theoretical premises of Democratic decentralised Governance and the 74th constitution amendment act 1992 some deviationsSM Rahmatullah 12 Right to information act 2005TV Sujata Kumari 13 Globalisation and the labour some notesV Bhaskara Rao 14 Political corruption in India Coalition DharmaKrishna K Tummala 15 Administration and environmental concernsSrinibas Pathi 16 PIL should Ventilate public interestVV Kanna 17 The paradigm of public private partnership in urban local Governance in Andhra PradeshCh Balaramulu and P Narasimha Rao 18 Empowerment of women through SGHS movementT Yadagiri Rao 19 Gujjars movement in Rajasthan a studyDevath Suresh Index This volume is on the impact and influence of social movements Civil Society Organisations in India on the Indian Public Administration In response to the demands of the public The Indian state enacted certain laws created institutions and allocated budget This study evaluates the results of the movements and the steps taken by government of India The study reveals that despite the efforts of the people and the governments many issues are remained unressolved and the efforts to continue jacket 255 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 100923

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Globalisation and Emerging India

Talluru Sreenivas

Published by Discovery, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8183560555 ISBN 13: 9788183560559

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Item Description: Discovery, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgement. I. Globalisation 1. Liberalization and role of the bureaucracy/B.P.C. Bose. 2. The emerging non emerging and iII emerging trends in the legal arena an overview/Ch. Sudhakara Babu. 3. Challenges to democracy in India/P. Balaji Prasad. 4. Can India emerge as a super power/A. Sudhakar S.V. Ramana Rao and K. Suryanarayana. 5. India as super power in the new millennium/S.V. Bidwai. 6. Emerging India challenges in external debt/L.S.N. Prasad Geetha Chew Ayele and P. Vasudeva Rao. 7. Human poverty in India a case study of Guntur district (Andhra Pradesh)/A.K.V.S.S.R. Raja Sekhar. 8. Globalization a boon or threat to government department/M. Venkateswara Rao. 9. Value addition for service a necessity/Ch. H.K.S. Kumar and Talluru Sreenivas. 10. Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) portfolio investment trends in Indian capital market/Rajesh C Jampala. II. Gender disparities 11. Gender and the development debate/V. Bhavani. 12. National policy for the empowerment of women 2001 an appraisal/B.P.C. Bose M. Venkateswara Rao and M.V.S. Koteswara Rao. 13. Practical and strategic gender needs/Aney Thomas. 14. Emerging India the role of women/K. Lalitha and G. Prasad. 15. Role of women entrepreneurship in the Indian context/D. Nageswara Rao. 16. Do women enjoy real freedom in India/A. Durga Nagaveni. 17. Women power as strategic strength/M. Sujatha and C.S.G. Krishnamacharyulu. III. Information technology 18. The role of information technology in emerging India/V.V. Suresh Babu and M. Kishore Babu. 19. Evolution and growth of Cyber knowledge/B. Syamala. 20. Career options in IT enabled services/B. Murali Manohar C. Subba Reddy and L.S.N. Prasad. 21. Information technology for rural India challenges/A.V.V. Siva Prasad. 22. e Seva a case study of Chittoor district (Andhra Pradesh)/Soujanya Vamsi Md. Ziana Shireen and K. Lavanya Latha. 23. Information technology in hospitals/B.K.S. Prakasha Rao and Talluru Sreenivas. 24. Information technology in education/Y. Krishna Priya K. Bindu Madhavi and Ch. K. Padmaja. 25. Business process outsourcing destination India/Rajesh C. Jampala and P. Adi Lakshmi. 26. BPO Opportunities for India/A. Maruthi Vara Prasad. 27. Offshore outsourcing issues and concerns/P. Adi Lakshmi. 28. Business process outsourcing a critical analysis/C. Naga Pavan and A.V.S. Ashok. 29. Knowledge management a strategic perspective/R. Suresh. 30. Knowledge management in academia Seven Cs Framework/Talluru Sreenivas and T. Sree Krishna. Index. Globalisation and Emerging India presents a host of themes relevant for understanding the Indian experience in the period of economic reforms when the country is fast becoming an integral part of globalisation with international best practices and standard patterns being adopted in a phased manner. Influence of globalisation in emerging India is examined with reference to a wide range of specific topics broadly grouped under three themes (a) Globalisation (b) Gender Disparities and (c) Information technology. A critical look at the progress in recent years lessons learnt issues for which solutions are yet to be found and directions for the future are all spelt out on each topic based on the research endeavours of contributors. The publication is of great value to all those involved or interested in the themes covered above. Policy makers administrators researchers and academics will find it particularly enlightening. Directions shown for action oriented programmes and for pursuing further research at micro level through specific case studies is an added attraction. The findings and suggestions of the contributors form an invaluable contribution to the literature on the subject. 352 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 62241

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Geomatics in Tsunami

S M Ramasamy; C J Kumanan; R Sivakumar and Bhoop Singh

Published by New India Pub, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8189422316 ISBN 13: 9788189422318

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Item Description: New India Pub, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Tsunami History Mechanisms and Photogrammetry 1. History of Tsunami/N. Rajendran. 2. The role of oscillations of the first and second class in Tsunami around Andaman and Nicobar Islands/T.S. Murty N. Nirupama I. Nistor and A.D. Rao. 3. Photogrammetry applications for Tsunami damage assessment/M. Dharma Raj. II. Tsunami disaster assessment 4. Indian Tsunami (2004) initiatives by NRDMS Department of Science and Technology India/R. Siva Kumar and Bhoop Singh. 5. S&T input earthquake and Tsunami effects Andaman Islands India/Parthasarathi Chakrabarti Sanjoy Nag Subrata B. Dutta Susmita Dasgupta and Niladri Gupta. 6. Damage assessment and mapping of Tsunami affected areas in parts of Nellore Coast India/K. Mruthyunjaya Reddy A. Nageswara Rao V. Raghu and A.V. Subba Rao. 7. Tsunami 2004 damage assessment mapping Chennai Region/M. Ramalingam M. Kamaraj K. Vaithiyanathan and R.M. Narayanan. 8. Damage assessment in the Tsunami affected Pondicherry Cuddalore Coast India/G.V. Rajamanickam E. Saranathan V. Rajeshkumar Sujatha E. Ramani D. Soosai Manickaraj R. Chandrasekaran K. Muthumeena R. Mahesh C. Sriramkumar A. Rajarajeswari and V. Sathiskumar. 9. Geomatics in Tsunami damages Nagapattinam Coast India/S.M. Ramasamy C.J. Kumanan K. Palanivel R. Selvakumar V. Agastheeswaran D. Sankar Steny Thomas and J. Saravanavel. 10. Geospatial assessment of Tsunami 2004 damages along the Rocky Coast of Kanyakumar India/N. Chandrasekar J. Loveson Immanuel M. Rajamanickam J. Dajkumar Sahayam. D. Satheesh Herbert Singh and G.V. Rajamanickam. III. Tsunami ecosystem 11. Physico chemical perturbation on coastal system by Tsunami events/A. Rajendran and R. Arthur James. 12. 26 December 2004 Great Tsunami it's characteristic and coastal responses in Car Nicobar Island India/Arun Kumar R.K. Chingkhei and Bhoop Singh. 13. Reflection of boxing day Tsunami on coral reef ecosystem of India/L. Kannan T. Thangaradjou and R. Sridhar. 14. Reflections of recent Tsunami on Mangrove ecosystem Cuddalore Coast India/V. Selvam. 15. Tsunami induced water quality changes in Buckingham Canal Chennai region India/Usha Natesan and S. Kalaivani. IV. Tsunami relief and rehabilitation 16. Syndrome of the Tsunami (2004) ravaged society a microscopic view from Nagapattinam India/C. Venkatachalam. 17. Tsunami the citizen's perspective/T. Dhanapal. 18. Partners in action NGOs in Tsunami relief and Rehab/Annie George. 19. The Tsunami disaster and Tamil Nadu's response India/R. Santhanam. V. Tsunami Fjord Provinces of Norway 20. Landslide triggered Tsunami in Norway/S.M. Ramasamy Bhoop Singh and R. Siva Kumar. Author Index. The Asian Mega Tsunami (2004) has struck most of the territorial nations of South Asia including the East Coast of India. The NRDMS Division Department of Science and Technology Government of India New Delhi has conceived and executed an All India Co ordinated Programme on Tsunami Disaster Assessment and Mitigation through various institutions of expertise on Geomatics in earth system dynamics and the related natural disasters. The Geomatics technology which includes Arial Photography photogrammetry satellite remote sensing digital image processing GPS surveys GIS modeling etc. was used in this programme geospatial data bases were created on Tsunami disasters over natural physical and human resources and futuristic mitigation strategies were evolved therefrom. The book illuminates the results of the studies carried out along the Indian Coast and a bird's eye view on the tsunami studies in Norway. In addition some special papers on the role of mangroves as Tsunami mitigator impacts of Tsunami over marine water quality coral ecosystem etc the administrator's experience over the tsunami crisis management NGO's perspective certain societal issues triggered by the killer Tsunami and citizen's perspective etc. also find a place in this volume. Key features Covers topics on initiatives by NRDMS Department of Science and Technology on Tsunami (. Bookseller Inventory # 59221

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Female Deficit in India : Facts and Factors

G Ramachandrudu and Ch Appa Rao

Published by The Associated Pub, Ambala Cantt (2007)

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Item Description: The Associated Pub, Ambala Cantt, 2007. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Introduction. 1. Women and U.N. Millennium development goals a comparative study of SAARC and more developed countries/G. Ramachandrudu and Appa Rao. 2. Age specific sex ratio and status of elderly women in India/N. Indira Rani and B. Deviprasad. 3. Female deficit in South Asia a critical dimension of gender inequality/T. Nirmala Devi. 4. Status of women in India/P. Jayanand Kumar. 5. Female deficit in India a study/D. Pulla Rao Francis. 6. Comparative analysis of the female to male ratio of India and Ethiopia/Hailay Gebretinsae Beyene. 7. Gender empowerment in South Asia/B. Ratna Kumari. 8. Medical termination of pregnancy some insights/K. Mary Sujatha. 9. Crime against women in Andhra Pradesh/G. Ramachandrudu Ch. Appa Rao and R.V.V.P. Devi. 10. Status of girl child in India and Andhra Pradesh/G. Ramachandrudu and A. Rajani. 11. Status of women in tribal economy/M. Sundara Rao. 12. Gender disparities in Orissa a critical analysis/Sandhya Rani Das. 13. Gender gap in education and employment a study of Orissa/Amita Kumari Chowdury. 14. Protection of the girl child government policies and interventions/R. Madhava Reddy and M. Sudhakara Babu. 15. Girl child labour Rampant in Vizianagaram District/P. Subba Rao and K.M. Sujatha. 16. Missed little miss a search has begun/K. Mary Sujatha and P. Subba Rao. 17. Proximate determinants of domestic violence an exploratory study on role of menstrual problems/M.S.R. Murthy. 18. Disproportionate representation of women in Indian politics/Y.V. Satyanarayana. 19. Female participation in Indian agriculture/H.S. Rout. 20. Feminization of credit and women's empowerment/P.K. Panda. 21. Gender inequality and the status of girl child in India/K. Narasimhulu. 22. Sex wise enrolment status in India/B.B. Rao Kandregula. 23. Status of women education in India an historical perspective/D. Pulla Rao. 24. Television effect on rural women/P. Bobby Vardhan and P. Nirmala. 25. From deficit to empowerment well being of women in India/U. Vindhya. 26. Status of children in traditional marine fishing household/M. Bhavani Shankar Rao. One of the disturbing features of 2001 population census results is the declining in Juvenile Sex ratio from 945 girls per 1000 boys in 1991 to 927 in 2001 (18 point decline) in India and from 975 to 964 (11 point decline) in A.P. This decline has been very rapid in the four economically developed states (Punjab Haryana Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat). Prof. Asish Bose called these States as DEMARU States (D for daughters E for elimination or extinction Maru means killing). It implies that female foet uses or children are mercilessly killed for reasons ranging from custom and tradition to social and economic burden. The unholy alliance between tradition (son complex) and technology (ultrasound tests) is playing havoc with the Indian society. Although the overall sex ratio in India has increased from 927 females per 1000 males in 1991 to 933 in 2001. It is much below the world's average of 992. It has in fact declined during the last century from 972 in 1901 to 933 in 2001. Social and bio medical studies point to (a) higher female mortality than males and (b) discrimination against women in terms of food and nutrition education and health care. We have received 25 research papers covering various aspects of female population viz. changes in the age specific sex ratios status of women (mortality literacy and gender violence) status of the girl children (schooling and child labour) and government policies for protecting girl children. 358 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 65555

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Tribal Ethno-Medicine and Health Care Practices

Edited by K. Viswanadha Reddy

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Item Description: B.R. Pub, 2011. Contents Acknowledgements Preface 1 Tribal culture and life style affecting diseases and longevity in India Perspectives on the problems and interventions neededKuttan Mahadevan M Ubaidullah and VK Ravindra Kumar 2 The relevance of ethno-medicine and health care practices among the Yerukula and Chenchu tribes of Nallamala forest range in Andhra PradeshK Viswanadha Reddy J Gangadhar DK Manoj M Kranthi Kumar and M Ramesh 3 Epidemiological transitions and the tribal health Eastern GhatsKE Rajpramukh 4 Ethno-medicine and its relevance for tribes in IndiaN Ningaiah 5 Ethno medical observations and the six primitive tribes in the Nilgiri Hills of South IndiaM Sethuraman S Rajan V Thirumurugan S Badami Pulok K Mukherjee 6 Pediatric health care practices in a primitive tribe of North-Coastal Andhra Pradesh IndiaS Narahari and AB Subhasini 7 The relevance of herbal medicines and healing through shamanism and mother Goddess cult among the Irular of Nroth and South Arcot districts of Tamil NaduSAA Saheb 8 Nutritional status of Adiandhara women a scheduled tribe of Chittoor District Andhra Pradesh IndiaAB Srilatha AB Subhashini and T Vijaya 9 Nannari Sharbath in the context of multinational soft drink the prospectus of an indigenously developed health potion by the Yanadis in Talakona RegionT Babji Reddy V Gangadharam and G Ravi Kumar 10 Morbidity and health care -- a comparison of scheduled tribes and other caste groups -- NFHS-3D Sai Sujatha and G Brahmananda Reddy 11 A study on health awareness among scheduled tribe neo-literatesT Kumaraswamy RB Sathyavathi and V Janardhana Rao 12 Health and development programmes among tribals of Chintapalli Mandal Vishakapathanam DistrictMarri Padmaja and P Sudhakara Reddy 13 Impact of education on ethno-medicine and health care practices among the tribal people of IndiaB Ramachandra Reddy N Amareswaran and C Manchala 14 Health problems of aged people in India --an analysisT Chandra Sekarayya P Ganesh and PS Reddy 15 Health problems of tribal women an overviewRK Anaradha and P Sindhuja 16 Ethnography techniques and their application for dietary assessment of the communityK Manjula and TV Padmavathi 17 Strategy to improver micronutrient malnutrition in adolescent girlsKV Sucharitha and A Krishna Priya 18 Desamma -- a presiding deity on the eye diseases in Chittoor district of Andhra PradeshK Viswanadha Reddy J Gangadhar M Kranthi Kumar K Bhargavi and KC Tarachand 19 Ayurveda - the Indian traditional medicineG Sudha KN Reddu and K Latha 20 Folk medicinal plants among the tribal of Kuppam Chittoor District APS Chinna Redaiah 21 Bio-technological approaches for enhancing the bio-active compounds of some important medicinal plants used in health care practicesT Vijaya K Chandra Mouli AB Subhashini S Dattatraya Rao and AB Srilata 22 Traditional medicine -- healing practitionerM Vijayakumar Reddy 23 Indigenous knowledge for plant species diversity a case study of the Lambades in coastal area Andhra PradeshR Uttama Reddy 24 A study on natural herbal therapeutic Lehyam with Sundakai Solanum TorvumLeelavathi M Maheswarlu M Anitha K K Bhargavi 25 Anthropometric profiles and nutrient intakes of tribal adolescent girls and young women in Kurnool DistAB Subhashini G Nagamani and AB Srilatha 26 A review on health benefits and industrial uses of wheyMaheswarlu Leelavathi M and K BhargaviThe Present Volume contains only Twenty six articles on Tribal Ethno- medicine and Health Care Practices" Presented at the UGC National Seminar organized at Sri Venkateswara University Tirupati and later revisedThe articles in clued Socio - Cultural dimensions of Tribal Health Ethno-Medicine and Health care Practices including Folk therapists shamans and aged people Role and Impact of other systems of medicine on Ethno-medicine and Health care Practices Nutritional status and physical growth strategies for health care planning and development for the tribal people and their areas The views expressed by the contributors are of great s. Bookseller Inventory # 97842

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Emerging Trends in Biological Sciences

T Pullaiah

Published by Daya, Delhi (2009)

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Item Description: Daya, Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Characterization of the multifunctional nature of the Chicken M6P/IGF IIR (Mr 300 kDa) Protein/Sivaramakrishna Yadavalli and Siva Kumar Nadimpalli. 2. Field studies of AM Fungi in cereals and millets/K. Ammani. 3. Survey of Arbuscular Mycorrhizae in Plants of Nandyal and Anantapur Environments/G. Mary Sandeepa K. Ammani and A. Subramanyam. 4. Antimicrobial spectrum of Digera muricata (L.) Mart. and Moringa pterigosperma Gaertn./S.H.K.R. Prasad D. Rajasekhar K. Venkateswara Rao M. Vijayalakshmi and G. Rosaiah. 5. In Vitro Antimicrobial efficacy of solvent extracts of seeds of Albizzia lebbeck (L.) Benth./S.H.K.R. Prasad B. Rajasekhar M. Sunny James N.L. Swapna and Madan Prasad. 6. Production of toxic metabolites by Alternaria ricini pathogenic to Castor/M. Vijayalakshmi P. Krishna Kumari B. Rajesh and J.S.V. Anjaneyulu. 7. Fungal infection of Chilli pods at the time of harvest and post harvest drying/M. Vijayalakshmi M. Prasanth Y. Usha M.R. Hima Bindhu and G. Rosaiah. 8. Studies on airborne bacteria/B. Ramachandra Murthy and K.V. Mallaiah. 9. Algal (Cyanobacterial) diversity study in North Eastern States with respect to survey and biotechnological inputs/S.L. Gupta. 10. A study on adoptional behaviour of Sericulturists and their characteristics in Anantapur District of Andhra Pradesh/B. Sujatha P. Lakshminarayana Reddy S. Sankar Naik A. Vijaya Bhaskar Rao and P. Sujathamma. 11. Spermoderm patterns in some genera of Andropogoneae/D. Someswari T. Srivalli and T.N. Mary. 12. Phyto pharmacology of Plumbago zeylanica a review/Pavankumar Bellamkondi and K. Shankaramurthy. 13. Studies on biosystematics of Chloris Swartz. Species (Poaceae)/T.N. Mary J. Vijayamma M. Sarada and Seshagiri Rao. 14. Plant diversity and conservation in Sirumalai Hills of Eastern Ghats Tamil Nadu South India/S. Karuppusamy K.M. Rajasekaran and T. Pullaiah. 15. Taxonomy in the service of man/P.N. Rao. 16. Studies on Frerea indica Dalz. a critically endangered and endemic species from Maharashtra India/A.B.D. Selvam S. Bandyopadhyay and Basundhara Pillai. 17. Conservation and utilization of mangrove forests a case study in Bhitarkanika Sanctuary East Coast of India/C. Pattanaik Ch. Sudhakar Reddy N.K. Dhal and Rashmita Dash. 18. Adventitious shoot bud regeneration and organogenesis in Hypocotyl cultures of Acacia concinna DC. An important tree legume/P. Sairam Reddy G. Prasad Babu N. Yasodamma and G. Rama Gopal. 19. Rapid in vitro propagation of Bixa orellana L. An important dye yielding tree/Md. Arifullah Ch. Kishore Kumar D. Gayathri and G. Rama Gopal. 20. Tissue culture of Annatto/Y. Venkateswara Rao V.N. Chakravarthi Dhavala D. Tejeswara Rao M.V. Subba Rao and V. Manga. Subject and Plant index. The book includes 20 research and review articles on various aspects of biological sciences written by leading experts. The first article is on M6P/IGF IIR Protein. It is followed by two articles on VAM Fungi. The following two articles are on antimicrobial activity of medicinal plants. Chapters 6 and 7 deal with the toxicity of fungal infections. Airborne bacteria is given in the following chapter. Cyanobacterial diversity is described by Gupta in the next chapter. Adoptional behaviour of Sericulturists is discussed in Chapter 10. Spermoderm patterns have been described in the next followed by a review article on Phyto pharmacology of Plumbago zeylanica. Subsequent article is on biosystematic studies of Chloris. Karuppasamy et al. give the details of plant diversity in Sirumalai Hills in Chapter 14. Prof. P.N. Rao discusses taxonomy in the service of man in the following. This is followed by a paper on Freerea indica an endangered taxon. Conservation of Mangrove forests in Bhitarkanika is given in Chapter 14. Last three articles are on tissue culture studies of Acacia concinna and Bixa orellana. 256 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 74005

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Providing Health Services to All : Problems and Prospects

M. Thamilarasan

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Item Description: Abhijeet Publications, 2010. Contents Preface 1 Is there exists health equity and social justice in the process of globalization some evidences and policy measuresD David Rajasekar and S Mookiah 2 Role of ICT enabled communication system in effective health care and administrationS Mookiah and D David Rajasekar 3 Managing service quality in Indian hospitals in an era of globalization problems and prospectsC Padmanaba Sivakumar P Govinda Reddy and A Chandrasekaran 4 Minding our health--an insight and inquiry of health among women academiciansS Jaishree and Sudha Krishna Kumar 5 Election manifestos on health a discussion with reference to Indias health statusLT Om Prakash and S Alamelumangai 6 Homogenising culture and globalising schizophrenia globalisation mass media and mental healthBN Shreekeerthy 7 Social exclusion of Dalits and Adivasis social determinants in health careSanjay Kumar Chaudhary 8 Impact of urbanization on womens health Radha Murugesan and Uma Maheswari A 9 Impact of urbanization on healthJ Victoira Jayarani 10 Legal provisions for health care in India its impact on rural development with special reference to the state of MizoramHS Lalbiakengi 11 Impact of urbanization on healthB Sujatha 12 Rural womens healthJ Raja Mohamed T Geetha and I Singaram 13 Occupational health and safety measuresPN Bhagyadevi 14 Community participation in health care an experience on community based palliative care system in Waynad district KeralaSunu PV and C Satheeshkumar 15 Making the right to health a reality judicial strategies for effective implementationG Rajasekar 16 Health care and legal systemSP Subashni 17 Health care through law with special reference to food and safety actB Venugopal and K Srilata 18 Preventive health in India--an assessment to the global contextNM Nilofer Nisha 19 Occupational health and safety measuresAF Annie Raja 20 Water and healthS Lalitha and Fatima Vasanth 21 Effects of globalization on health practicesJ JosephineIn the historic event of Alma Ata declaration in 1978 the World Health Organization WHO set the task of achieving health for all by the year 2000 This landmark date come and gone and the hopes for health for all has not been achieved For others it was  a vision thwarted by lack of political will global economic recession Third World debts and the greed of the haves over the have notes Perhaps the time scale was just too short But we also need to question whether health for all will ever be an achievable goal whether we yet have a shared understanding of priorities or even a clear vision of what health is Part of the difficulty for health promotion has been that there are no straightforward answers to such questionsThis book explores the mission of the World Heath Organization WHO through explaining the nature of health in India and around the World It takes an effort to bring out the relationship between liberalization globalization privatization and state of health care in India and World as well 270 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 86451

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Contemporary Indian Society

Edited by Raja Reddy Kalluri

Published by Shipra Pub (2011)

ISBN 10: 8175415894 ISBN 13: 9788175415898

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Item Description: Shipra Pub, 2011. Contents Section-A Tribes and Their Development 1 Tribes and Their Contemporary IdentityS Sumathi 2 Adavi Forest in Some Adivasi Cultures in Andhra PradeshV Gangadharam T Babji Reddy and T Chandrika 3 Tribes of Jharkhand Culture and DevelopmentPrabhat K Singh and AK Haldar 4 Transformation of Tribal Economy A Case Study from KarnatakaN Ningaiah 5 Tribal Development strategies in India An Anthropological DialogueMP Damodaran S Sumathi and P Govinda Reddy 6 Dravidian Kinship systems the significance of Chenchu and Yanadi Kinship OrganizationN Sudhakar Rao Section-B Anthropology of Health and Nutrition 7 Research methods for nutritional anthropologySC Jhansi 8 Social construction and portrayal of cancer A Study in media anthropologyReetinder Kaur and AK Sinha 9 Reproductive health care practices among the primitive tribes in Nilgiri Hills of TamilnaduT Subramanyam Naide and G Palanisamy 10 Traditional concept of health and medical practices among the tribes of bastarBM Mukherjee 11 Food security for tribal people A study on targeted public distribution system in the state of OrissaPradip K Bhowmick Section-C Contemporary issues 12 Self Help groups and microfinance A Study with reference to scheduled tribes in Andhra PradeshK Raja Reddy and CS Reddy 13 Women self help groups and utilization of loans A case studyN Padmaja 14 Institutional failure and farmers suicide in Andhra PradeshS Vijaya Kumar 15 Provisions of convention on the rights of the child in the context of an eastern Indian city A Critical AssessmentNibedita Nath and Deepak Kumar Behera 16 Schooling and change in tribal areas A Cas of Andhra PradeshK Sujatha 17 Development of self learning material in distance educationG Ananda 18 Socio-Economic development of Dalits in GujaratManubhai Makwana 19 Role of NGOs in the welfare of special ChildrenMarri Padmaja 20 Sex and gender differentiation among the saoras of Andhra PradeshM Suryanarayana 21 Dynamics of displaced populations of Somasila Irrigation Project in Andhra PradeshM Mohan 22 Contemporary issues in development displacement and RehabilitationGV Ramana 23 Brief Notes on research projects undertaken by Prof P Sudhakara ReddyK Raja Reddy IndexThe scholarly contributions by eminent scholars from Anthropology and sociology of various universities research and professional institutes of India cover various facets of Indian Society ? tribal cultures identity transformation indebtedness and developmental strategies The writings focused much on millennium development goalsThe contributions such as self help group movement farmers suicides slums educational issues Dalits gender issues displacement and rehabilitation are dealt under the sections ? tribals and their development anthropology of health and nutrition and contemporary issues The volume provides valuable understanding on development aspects and contemporary issues of the Indian societyThe contents of the book may be useful to the anthropologists sociologists administrators planners NGOs and other development professionals in teaching research planning decision making designing and implementation of various development initiatives 342 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 96598

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Environmental Resource Management: Critical Issues

Kumar, Arvind & Pashupati Kumar Roy eds

Published by Daya Publishing House, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8170355516 ISBN 13: 9788170355519

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2008. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xii+577p., col. plts., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, The vast natural resource is the basic need for human survival and conducive to making life comfortable for living being on this watery planet. But ruthless exploitation of this natural resource which cause severe imbalance in the ecosystem has become the great critical environmental issue. A society which eats up all its resources for its development has no future. The critical issue of crisis of normal survival of biota has arisen with man?s unscientific exploitation of nature. Now-a-days, nature is not only destroyed but also steadily transformed into degenerated planet. Since the vast environmental resource is depleting fast, there is an urgent need to maintain healthy environment for healthier life. In the wake of environmental imbalances, short as well long term environmental management strategy should be formulated towards maintenance of ecology of planet This book entitled ?Environmental Resource Management: Critical Issues? is the unique compilation of certain burning environmental issues with their management policy so that Environment and Development can not be in conflict. The present book will be useful to the students, research scholars, scientists in the field of Environmental management and ecoplanners, politicians. In short, this book is helpful for every one who is dreaming for cheerful environment as well as sustainable development. Contents Chapter 1: Content and Meaning of Environmental Management in India by I Sundar, Sivakumar, P K Roy and A Kumar; Chapter 2: Waterlogged Area as New Horizon for Aquaculture Development: Golden Dream to the Rural Communities of Bangladesh by M Shahadat Hossain and Nani Gopal Das; Chapter 3: Reconnaissance of Wildlife Status and Conservation Attempts in Kashmir Valley, India by M A Khan; Chapter 4: Integrated Groundwater Prospects Analysis Using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques by S S Asadi, Padmaja Vuppala, P Srilatha and M Anji Reddy; Chapter 5: Antimicrobial Properties of Selected Coastal Plants and Marine Algae from East Coast of Tamil Nadu by C Rathika, S M Fazeela Mahaboob Begum and K Balakrishnan; Chapter 6: Correlation Coefficient (r) Value Between LCC Vs SPAD as Influenced by Hybrids and Nitrogen Management Practices by S Ramesh, S Ravi and B Chandrasekaran; Chapter 7: A Review of Biofertilizsers and Biocides: A Best Alternative of Chemical Fertilizers and Pesticides by Deepali and Kamal K Gangwar; Chapter 8: Effect of Enriched Muncipal Solid Waste Compost Application on Soil Avilable Micronutrients by R Kavitha and P Subramaniam; Chapter 9: Ecological Enumeration of Tree Vegetation in and Around Hirakud Township and Strategy for Future Plantation Programme by P C Mishra, S P Mishra, A S P Mishra and Niranjan Behera; Chapter 10: Studies on the Liver of Rohu in Relation to Environmental Stress from the Lakes of Bangalore, Karnataka by S G Raghu Prasad and Bela Zutshi; Chapter 11: Impact of Some Medicinal Plants on the Growth of Trichosporon begeilii by S Goswami, J Das and R B Srivastava; Chapter 12: Nicotine, Saponin and Purine from Therapeutic Melothria purpusilla (Blume) Cogn.: A Well Known Home Remedy Herdbal for Humankind by S R Singh and M Neshwari Devi; Chapter 13: Effects of Biomass on Environmental Air Pollution by M Venkateshwarlu, D Srinivas and B Mallaiah; Chapter 14: Studies on Pollen Behaviour at Different Levels of Mulberry Plants by M Venkateshwarlu, A Komuraiah, D Srinivas, K Sujatha and Ch Sammaiah; Chapter 15: Studies on the Primary Productivity in Two Perennial Tanks from Kolhapur District (Maharashtra ) India by Milind S Hujare and M B Mule; Chapter 16: Devolatilization Characteristics of Poultry Litter Using Thermogravimetric Analysis by V Kirubakaran, V Sivaramakrishnan, M Premalatha, P Subramaniam; Chapter 17: Study of Groundwater in Ludhiana District by Ritesh Jain, Jaspal Singh and S K Singh; Chapter 18: Effect of Pesticides and FYM on Microbial Activity and CO2 Evolution in Acid Alfisol o. Bookseller Inventory # 022133

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Biodiversity in India : Issues and Concerns

S Kannaiyan and A Gopalam

Published by Associated Publishing Company, New Delhi (2007)

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Item Description: Associated Publishing Company, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Biodiversity and bioresources conservation/S. Kannaiyan. 2. Animal pharming present and future/C.P. Anitha Davis D. Sudarsanam and C.P. Girish Kumar. 3. Genetic diversity of buffaloes in India/B.S. Punia and Inderjeet Singh. 4. Diversity and conservation of marine ornamental fishes/G. Gopakumar. 5. Coral reefs in India/K. Venkataraman. 6. Soil microbial diversity from the Himalaya need for documentation and conservation/Anita Pandey Pankaj Trivedi Bhavesh Kumar Bhaskar Chaurasia and L.M.S. Palni. 7. Biodiversity of Azolla and its algal symbiont Anabaena Azollae/S. Kannaiyan and K. Kumar. 8. Eastern Ghats floristic wealth with special reference to agrobiodiversity/K.S. Varaprasad N. Sivaraj and S.R. Pandravada. 9. Plant diversity and concerns in conservation/M. Sanjappa. 10. Biodiversity of tropical tuber crops in India/S. Edison M. Unnikrishnan B. Vimala Santha V. Pillai M.N. Sheela M.T. Sree Kumari and K. Abraham. 11. Biodiversity and conservation of sheep genetic resources in India/V.K. Singh and A.K. Mishra. 12. Animal genetic resources in Andaman and Nicobar Islands/S. Jeyakumar R.B. Rai A. Kundu Jai Sunder T. Sujatha and B. Ganesh Kumar. 13. Diversity in group A rotaviruses in India/Minakshi Gaya Prasad and R. Pandey. 14. Diversity in biological fertilizers/S. Kannaiyan and K. Kumar. 15. Conservation and utilization of microbial diversity/Anu Kalia and R.P. Gupta. 16. Biodiversity of agriculturally important microorganisms and its application in agriculture/Ratul Saikial and Dilip K. Arora. 17. Biodiversity of mushroom mycoflora in N.W. Himalaya/T.N. Lakhanpal. 18. Seaweeds diversity and cultivation in Southeast Coast of India/K. Eswaran M. Ganesan S. Thiruppathi and B. Jha. 19. On the role of women in the management of bio diversity and bio resources/A. Gopalam P.V.R.M. Reddy and T. Madhavi. 20. International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (ITPGRFA) Scope and provisions/Anishettyy N. Murthi K.S. Varaprasad and N. Sivaraj. 21. Institutional intervention in the planning and utilisation of natural resources/M. Chinnadurai and S.R. Subramanian. 22. IPR Issues in the conservation and maintenance of biodiversity/J.P. Mishra. 23. Economic evaluation of bio diversity concepts and methods/G.P. Reddy. Biological diversity is fundamental to agriculture and food production. From the millions of genes that serve as life's building blocks to thousand of plants and animals that inhabitat the earth to almost limitless combinations or organisms that make up natural ecosystems. Biodiversity makes essential contribution to feed the millions of population of the world. India is blessed with varied biodiversity possesses wealth of flora and fauna and is fortunately endowed with a wide range of agro climatic conditions that support growth of equally diverse range of plant and animal species. Conservation of these resources is important considering their strategic importance for complimentary economic growth and prosperity. This book describing the plant animal and marines and microbial biodiversity in India is a resource document for the policy planners administrators scientists and researchers who consider this vast resource subscribing for country's economic development. The international treaty and the corresponding Indian laws drive towards for the legal implications and institutional arrangements of biodiversity and bio conservation. 422 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 70341

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Economics Of Education And Human Development In India : Essays in Honour of Prof. K.S. Chalam

Edited by D. Pulla Rao

Published by Akansha Publishing House (2010)

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Item Description: Akansha Publishing House, 2010. Contents Foreword Acknowledgement Introduction I Economics of education 1 Economic analysis and education reasoned issues in application to instructional technology evaluation PG Raja Kumar and PSVR Babu 2 Emergence of India in global economics of higher education issues and priorities G Satyanarayana and MR Geetha Bala 3 Economics of higher education fact and direction UB Kondewar and Smita Kondewar 4 Development of higher education in India a gender perspective D Pulla Rao P Raj Kumar and A Vamsi Krushna 5 The intra sectoral allocations of education expenditure in Andhra Pradesh MD Bavaiah K Thulasi Naik and J Narasimha Rao 6 Andhra Pradesh Human Development Report a critical appraisal G Ramachandrudu and S Prasada Rao 7 Education as revenue of economic growth SV Lakshmana Rao and P Easwara Rao 8 Cost differential in secondary education of Rayalaseema Region in Andhra Pradesh I Narendra Kumar V Kodandarami Reddy and V Balakrishnama Naidu 8 Cost differential in secondary education of Rayalaseema region in Andhra Pradesh I Narendra Kumar V Kodandarami Reddy and V Balakrishnama Naidu 9 Financial resources and cost effectiveness analysis in primary education G Latchanna 10 Trends in the growth of higher education in India 1950 51 to 2005 2006 A Vamsi Krushna and D Pulla Rao II Human development 11 Dimensions of economic growth and human development in India an assessment T Nirmala Devi 12 Millennium Development Goals MDGs Indian scenario V Krishna Murthy and RVLN Ratnakara Rao 13 Human resource development at National level KVV Devi Prasad and G Syamala Rao 14 Human resource development practices in university system Jagannath B Kukkudi and Ramesh B Agadi 15 Inter state variations of human development index in India M Kumar Raju C Gangulappa and A Reddappa 16 Globalization and human resource development A Naga Raju and IB Raju 17 Climate change a threat to human development A Ranga Reddy 18 Human resource development and quality of life R Ranganathan and M Yogeswari 19 Importance of human resource planning P Subba Rao 20 Human development role of Anganwadi worker for child development P Sujit Kumar and Swatilekha Sanyal 21 Health education and health care in IndiaRVLN Ratnakara Rao and V Krishna Murthy 22 Human resource development a special focus on Indian women D Sujatha 23 Continuing education for human resource development E Mahadeva Reddy D Uma Devi and P Adinarayana Reddy 24 Human resource development in voluntary organization V Hari Babu and M Mary 25 Trends in human development spending in the states of India K Dasaratha Ramaiah and K Thulasi Naik 26 Need of knowledge management services for human development M Satyanarayana 27 Trickle down effect a key to rural and human development K Mouurlin 28 Growth poverty and human resource development in India AV Naga Varma Y Rama Krishna and J Chandra Prasad 29 Health expenditure and shifts in human development in Andhra Pradesh K Rani Gopal and B Sailaja Kumari 30 Human resources development in India an overview PS Ravindra and P Rajya Lakshmi 31 Public spending for human development in Andhra Pradesh MD Bavaiah K Thulasi Naik and J Narasimha Rao 32 Human resource development emerging issues and concerns in education of the weaker sections MVSS Prakasa Rao and PCh Lakshminarayana Index Economics of education is a branch of economics It is the study of education from the economics perspective Economics of education is concerned with the process by which education is produced Education is an investment in human beings as against investment in properties of share Human development as a concept has emerged from the economic study of investments in humans that enhances peoples choices was popularized by United Nations Development Programme UNDP The book deals with theoretical and practical issues relating to education and development The papers included in this book tried to explain conform or establish the role of education as investment in human beings and how it lead to the devel. Bookseller Inventory # 84933

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Economic and Social Aspects of Unemployment

L.S.N. Prasad

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Item Description: Serials, 2010. tables (illustrator). Contents Preface I Structure and nature of unemployment in India 1 Structural changes in the economy of Andhra Pradesh a study of shifts in employment and output C Ratnam P Lakshmi Narayana and Geethamohan 2 Unemployment time for conversion of curse into common weal A Ranga Reddy 3 Problems of unemployment in the globalizing Indian economySN Tripathy 4 Rural unemployment challenges ahead I Satya Sundaram 5 Some dimensions of unemployment in India P Kothandarami Reddy 6 Rural employment situation in India S Ramanjaneyuylu 7 Employment and unemployment status in India C Basavaiah and I Malyadri 8 Work force participation in tribal areas of Andhra Pradesh N Koti Reddy and D Venkata Rao 9 Problem of unemployment an overview N Srihari SHKR Prasad and D Rajasekhar 10 Poverty and unemployment an analytical approach K Rajeswari and V Naveena Devi 11 Socio economic conditions of schedule tribe women workers in agriculture a case study in Andhra Pradesh P Vasudeva Rao and P Venu Gopal 12 Implementation of NREGS a case study of three states in India MS Narayana K Lalitha and N Tyagaraju II Unemployment situation in various sector 13 Employment and poverty in informal sectoran analysis of inter state comparisons M Sundara Rao and M Sankara Reddi 14 Agricultural unemployment in India causes and remedies K Siva Prasad and K Kiran 15 Trends of rural non farm employment in India a secondary data analysis M Koteswara Rao and P Venu Gopal 16 Unemployment insurance need of the hour AVV Siva Prasad and M Srinivasa Narayana 17 Droughts and their impact on agriculture and employment of Anantapur district Andhra Pradesh M Venkateswara Rao and G Venkata Ramana 18 On levels of employment in service sector A Venkateswara Rao Shaik Ameer and S Narasimha Reddy 19 Migration and poverty policy issue BV Ragavendar MN Swarna and BS Rao 20 Agriculture and unemployment in IndiaG Uma 21 Trends in the dependence on agriculture in coastal Andhra Bhavani Akkapeddi 22 Agricultural growth income and employment in rural area NTK Naik and Y Maddileti 23 Agriculture development issues in India KVR Srinivas A Srinivasa Charyulu and K Hari Babu 24 Unemployment labour mobility and migration policy prescriptions Swapna V 25 Women labour migration an empirical investigation in Karimnagar town Lal B Suresh G Sujatha and G Kavitha 26 Indian agriculture policy and performance employment generation PYP Sastry and V Jaya III Measurement and remedies of unemployment 27 Employment policy in a labour surplus economy N Sudhakara Rao and R Nagi Reddy 28 Issues relating to measurement of unemployment M Sundara Rao and M Sankara Reddy 29 Whats driving migration M Lakshmi Narasaih 30 Rural primary sector is the way to reduce unemployment in India Chandraiah Miriyala and Suryanarayana Neduri 31 Integrated tribal development programmes and eradication of unemployment a note S Ramachandran 32 Special economic zones in India TM Rajendra Prasad and D Purushotham Naidu 33 Role of SEZs in employment generation and its effect on labour welfare a study B Lilly Grace Eunice 34 Employment generation through entrepreneurship G Paidi Raju 35 National rural employment guarantee scheme its impact in rural areas P Mercy Kumari K Mahendra Kumar and BS Rao 36 The hundred days basket S Indrasen 37 Factors sustain unemployment measures to mitigate it SHKR Prasad D Rajasekhar N Srihari and NL Swapna 38 Providing livelihood security experiment through national rural employment guarantee scheme P Madhavi 39 Social and economic aspects of unemployment and remedies C Singa Reddy 40 Employment opportunities generated through SEZs M Syamala 41 Unemployment insurance need of the hour AVV Siva Prasad and M Srinivasa Narayana 42 Rural unemployment and its redressal M Kusuma Kumari 43 Challenges of unemployment the individual psyche TD Vimala Index The term full employment is a formal concept It does not mean literally any unemployment Classical economists defined full employment is an absence of involuntary unemploy. Bookseller Inventory # 84937

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Industrial Pollution : Problems and Solutions

Arvind Kumar

Published by Daya (2006)

ISBN 10: 8170353750 ISBN 13: 9788170353751

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Item Description: Daya, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Preface. 1. Mining industry and the environment a critical review/Arvind Kumar. 2. Some ecofriendly approaches for integrated biomanagement of industrial wastewater/Manish C. Verma Arvind Kumar and Chandan Bohra. 3. Haryana primary mode of fly ash toxicity in the photoautotrophic micro organism Anabaena doliolum/Namita Singh and D.P. Singh. 4. Performance evaluation of Paper mill effluent in a granular bed UASBR/K. Kavitha and A.G. Murugesan. 5. Environmental management of distillery industry waste waters/M. Baskar K.G. Kandaswamy K. Ravindran and M. ShiekDawo. 6. Environment friendly design of thermal power plant chimneys/Debojyoti Mitra and Asisa Mazumdar. 7. Impact of textile waste water on Raphanus sativus var. Pusa Reshmi a pot experiment with special emphasis on analysis of heavy metals/Richa Marwari T.I. Khan and H.S. Sharma. 8. Laboratory study on toxicity of fly ash to earthworms/Dharitri Mahakur Sunanda Sahoo Madhumita Mishra A.K. Dash and P.C. Mishra. 9. Assessment of water quality of Vrishabhavathi stream loaded with factory effluents and sewage/S.R. Ambika and P.C. Shreedharan. 10. Eco toxicological effects caused by SWE of a chlor alkali industry on the biological nitrogen economy of crop fields/P.K. Pradhan Alaka Sahu and A.K. Panigrahi. 11. Impact of treated tannery effluent of growth and some biochemical characteristics of Acacia Mangium Willd/V. Mariappan. 12. Environmental impact of fly ash and other coal combustion residues/M. Baskar A. Solaimalai and K. Subbu Ramu. 13. Revegetation of Ash ponds of thermal power plants industrial pollution problems and solutions/M. Baskar A. Solaimalai and K. Subbu Ramu. 14. A study on biochemical changes in liver due to sugarmill effluent in freshwater fish Cirrhinus mrigala/K. Shanthi N. Saradhamani and J. Smitha. 15. Retention of bases in Tannery effluent leachate run through amendments incorporated soil column/K. Thirunavukarasu and A. Christopher Lourduraj. 16. Impact of skims effluent on the water quality of Anchar Lake Kashmir/Ab. Qayoom Mir G.C. Pandey and S.G. Sarwar. 17. Assessing the overall environmental impacts of Vindhyachal Super Thermal Power Project at Singrauli/Rakesh Kumar Pandey. 18. Studies on the assessment and impact of industrial effluents of Sanganer town of Jaipur city on the quality of soil and water/Shalini Kulshreshta Samiksha Chaturvedi Saurabh Dave S.S. Dhindsa and R.V. Singh. 19. Effects of distillery effluent on the NPK contents of Vigna Mungo (L.) Hepper and physico chemical properties of soil/A. Pragasam and B. Kannabiran. 20. Impact of environment on the profitability of dairy farming/K. Rajagopal Reddy and R. Mallikarjuna Reddy. 21. Metallic status and correlation between COD and BOD of pulp and paper mill effluents/P.M. Yeole and V.S. Shrivastava. 22. Studies on the chemical pollution of soil by cane sugarmill effluent /R.D. Senthil Kumar N. Narayanaswamy and M.V. Sriramachandrasekaran. 23. Environmental impact and utilization of fly ash a study of IB Thermal Power Plant/D.K. Sahoo A. Behera Pramila Mishra and N.S. Meher. 24. Energy content of the agro based industrial solid waste/B.G. Pachpande V.S. Patel S.R. Kulkarni S.B. Attarde and S.T. Ingle. 25. Seasonal incidence of biodeteriorating saprobic fungi in dairy environment/C.J. Khilare. 26. Influence of sago wastes pressmud mixture on the growth and reproduction of an Indian epigeic earthworm perionyx excavatus (Perrier)/A. Mary Violet Christy and R. Ramalingam. 27. Gainful and eco friendly utilisation of flyash from thermal power plants/M. Baskar A. Sotaimalai and K. Subbu Ramu. 28. Studies on the use of municipal solid waste for mushroom cultivation/Satyawati Sharma Suman Kashyap and Padma Vasudevan. 29. Biomethanogenesis of various substrates along with treated tannery effluent/M.R. Rajan and R. Sujatha. 30. Impact of tannery effluent on growth pattern of ovary in the dragonfly Pantala flavescens (fabricius) (libellulidae anisoptera)/A. Parithabhanu and M.A. Subramanian. Bookseller Inventory # 58453

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Vector Borne Diseases : Epidemiology and Control

B K Tyagi

Published by Scientific, Jodhpur (2008)

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Item Description: Scientific, Jodhpur, 2008. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Acknowledgement. Preface. 1. Developmental toxicities of medicinal plant extracts against insect vector Aedes aegypti/Arun Kumar Tripathi. 2. Homology modeling and inhibitor based active site validation of the P. falciparum Malonyl CoA ACP transacylase/M. Ashalatha Sreshty Mukesh Chourasia U. Suryanarayana Murty and G. Narahari Sastry. 3. Dengue vector prevalence studies in the rural areas of Coimbatore district of Tamil Nadu State/N. Balakrishnan D.C. Jain and Shiv Lal. 4. Applications of remote sensing and GIS to identify the habitats of vectors an overview/M. Govindaraju. 5. Mosquito Larval management using Diplonychus indicus a versatile biocontrol agent/E. Grace Marin and S. Prasanna Kumar. 6. Investigations on the dengue fever outbreak during 2003 in Trichirapalli Tamil Nadu/T. John Victor S. Sridharan S. Catherine Malliga M. Malathi D. Senguttuvan R. Asokan D. Jagadeesh Ramasamy and P. Padmanaban. 7. Prevalence of Chikungunya in urban field practice area of Sree Balaji Medical College Chennai/J.L. Joeimon M. Moses Rajamani G. Sundar K. Dhinesh Babu M.B. Sudharsanam J.K. Krishnakumar and Stephen Thattiparthi. 8. Investigations of tick bite nuisance in Western Ghat areas of Dindigul and Coimbatore Districts of Tamilnadu/K. Kamarasu M.S. Abdul Kader R. Asokan M. Kannan N. Murugesan S. Elango and P. Padmanaban. 9. Larvicidal activity of the leaf extract of citrullus colocynthis (L.) Schrad against vector mosquitoes/K. Mullai A. Jebanesan M. Govindarajan T. Pushpanathan and K. Samidurai. 10. A novel method to determine the interaction of gut microbiota of sandfly (Phlebotomus argentipes) with promastigotes of Leishmania donovani/M. Muniaraj D.S. Dinesh P.K. Sinha P. Das R. Paramasivan R. Rajendran V. Thenmozhi and B.K. Tyagi. 11. Chikungunya outbreak in Kurnool district Andhra Pradesh/Narahari Dhanwada Suryanarayana Murty U. and Neelima Arora. 12. Malaria control in Palukur Andhra Pradesh India/Narahari Dhanwada Prabhakar Reddy T. Arunachalam Natarajan and Premkumar. 13. An experience with urban malaria management in Dindigul Area of Tamil Nadu India/G. Narayanasamy R. Selvaraj Pandian C. Rajamanickam S. Elango and N.C. Appavoo. 14. Prioritization of filariasis endemic zones in Andhra Pradesh a novel application of Self Organizing Maps (SOM)/U.S.N. Murty and Neelima Arora. 15. Host feeding pattern of Japanese encephalitis vector mosquito culex gelidus from Kerala India/P. Philip Samuel N. Arunachalam J. Hiriyan and B.K. Tyagi. 16. Repellent activity of essential oil of Pelargonium graveolens L. Herit against yellow fever mosquito aedes aegypti Linnaeus/T. Pushpanathan A. Jebanesan M. Govindarajan K. Mullai and K. Samidurai. 17. Prevalence of aedes aegypti in Dengue/DHF affected areas in Bangalore city Karnataka State India/Rakesh Katyal V.K. Saxena Kaushal Kumar and Shiv Lal. 18. A bioactive fraction obtained from the petroleum ether extract of the leaves of Argemone mexicana L. for the control filarial vector larvae Culex quinquefasciatus/M. Sakthivadivel and H.D. Subashini. 19. Impact of neemgold on larvae of Chrysomyia rufifacies (Diptera calliphoridae) during metamorphosis/Selvisabhanayakam and V. Mathivanan. 20. A theoretical model of the tridimensional structure of Bacillus thuringiensis LDC 9 cytla and cyt2b toxins deduced by homology modelling/A. Mahalakshmi Poornima Kkani K. Sujatha and R. Shenbagarathai. 21. Japanese encephalitis in Cuddalore District Tamil Nadu India a longitudinal study on vector infection frequency/V. Thenmozhi R. Rajendran K. Ayanar R. Paramasivan R. Manavalan and B.K. Tyagi. 22. Larvicidal pupicidal and repellency effect of Murraya Koenigii and bacillus Thuringiensis var. Isrealensis against the dengue vector aedes aegypti/P. Thiyagaraja and K. Murugan. 23. Evaluation on efficacy of various personal protection measures (coil liquid vaporizer) used by people against mosquito bite/T.K. Senthil Murugan N. Ethirajan A.J.W. Felix and Mani Mozhi. 24. A new species of Lutzia (dipte. Bookseller Inventory # 69471

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Heterosis in Crop Plants

G Kalloo; Mathura Rai; Major Singh and Sanjeet Kumar

Published by Researchco Book Center, New Delhi (2006)

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Item Description: Researchco Book Center, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Special Chapter 1. Role of hybrids in enhancing crop productivity in India/Mangala Rai. Genetic diversity for hybrid development 2. Heterosis in crop plants genetic and molecular bases/G. Kalloo and B.M. Prasanna. 3. Concepts and mechanisms of Heterosis/Rajesh Kumar H.C. Prasanna Sanjeet Kumar Major Singh and Mathura Rai. 4. Conservation of genetic diversity of crop plants in Indian agricultural research system/B.S. Dhillon and Anurudh K. Singh. 5. Germplasm utilization in hybrid development/Anurudh K. Singh. 6. Heterotic grouping in maize conventional and molecular approaches/B.M. Prasanna. Enhancement of heterosis in important crops 7. Approaches to exploit heterosis in Sorghum/Belum V.S. Reddy S. Ramesh and P. Sanjana Reddy. 8. Heterosis breeding in Pearl Millet/K.N. Rai. 9. Enhancement of heterosis in cotton/B.M. Khadi. 10. Enhancement of heterosis in castor/H.C. Pathak F.P. Chaudhary K.R. Patel P.B. Patel S.I. Kapadia and M.S. Patel. 11. Harnessing heterosis solanaceous vegetables/Mathura Rai Major Singh Sanjeet Kumar H.C. Prasanna and Rajesh Kumar. 12. Enhancement of heterosis in cucurbitaceous and Cole crops/Hari Har Ram and Rakesh Yadava. 13. Enhancement of heterosis in fruit and plantation crops/P.M. Kumaran M.G. Bhat K.S. Ananda and V. Arunachalam. 14. Heterosis and hybrid seed production in ornamental crops/T. Janakiram. Enhancement of heterosis in non conventional crops 15. Seed production in hybrid rice/M.P. Pandey. 16. Status and prospects of hybrid development in bread wheat/N.V.P.R.G. Rao Vinay Mahajan and Jag Shoran. 17. Prospects of hybrid wheat using CHA/Vinay Mahajan. 18. Enhancement of yield through heterosis utilizing CMS system in Pigeonpea/S.B.S. Tikka R.M. Chauhan P.T. Patel and L.D. Parmar. 19. Harnessing heterosis rapeseed mustard/S.S. Bangal. 20. Heterosis breeding in safflower problems and prospects/M. Sujatha. Target oriented inbred line development 21. Development of inbred lines and hybrids with drought tolerance/B.M. Prasanna. 22. Inbred development for tolerance to temperature/H.S. Gupta Vinay Mahajan S.K. Shukla Sandeep Kumar and Shri Dhar. 23. Development of quality protein maize inbred lines/N.N. Singh and S. Venkatesh. Constraints and bottlenecks in development and management of hybrids 24. Genetic purity in hybrids molecular approaches/A.K. Singh Ajarajita Garg N. Nandkumar and N.K. Tyagi. Innovative approaches for hybrid development 25. Molecular marker applications in hybrid breeding/J.L. Karihaloo M.K. Rana B.M. Prasanna and A.K. Singh. 26. Apomixis phenomenon and prospects/P. Kaushal D.R. Malaviya and A.K. Roy. Strategies for hybrid promotion 27. IPR related issues in hybrid technology/S. Prakash Tiwari. Index. This publication contains the proceedings of National Symposium Harnessing Heterosis in Crop Plants. Most of the chapters in this book are based on the presentations made during the event however a few chapters are also included with the aim to cover emerging issues. India is credited with the release of first commercial hybrids of several crops. Status and prospects of hybrid research in economically important crop plants are highlighted in chapter 1. Advancement in molecular techniques has been of tremendous utility in studying the mechanism of biological phenomenon. Availability management and assessment of Plant Genetic Resources (PGRs) provide platform to execute plant breeding including heterosis breeding. These aspects are described in chapters 2 3 4 5 and 6. Heterosis breeding has played a significant role in increasing productivity of a number of crops. Research aspects and prospects on parental line development hybrid development and their seed production in such crops are dealt in chapters 7 (sorghum) 8 (pearl millet) 9 (cotton) 10 (castor) 11 (Solanaceous vegetables) 12 (cucurbits and Cole crops) 13 (fruit and plantation crops) and 14 (ornamental crops). There are several non conventional crops where hybrid technology is at initial stage. Bookseller Inventory # 59546

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Genome Characterization : Basics and Applications

V Padmaja; B Subba Rao and A Arundhati

Published by Aavishkar, Jaipur (2007)

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Empowerment of Weaker Sections: Future Planning and Strategies for Rural Development in India

K. Vijaya Kumar

Published by Serials (2011)

ISBN 10: 8183874592 ISBN 13: 9788183874595

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Item Description: Serials, 2011. figs, tables (illustrator). Contents Preface 1 Role of DCCBs in rural finance a case study of West Godavari district in Andhra PradeshK Parameswara Rao 2 Social mobilization empowerment and poverty reduction the case of rural Andhra PradeshR Ramakrishna Jayasheela Prakash and Tata Rao 3 Minor irrigation projects and their impact on agriculture land of Anantapur district APM Sambasivarao G Venkataramana and A Madhavasekhar 4 Extension and community development through universitiesP Viswanadha Gupta and G Srinivasa Rao 5 Status of rural housing in India - the role of financial institutions in providing finance to the rural peopleS Pulla Rao and P Usha 6 Gandhian perspective on rural developmentP Kishore Kumar and K Tirumalamba 7 Rural India Gandhian approachMVSS Prakasa Rao and H Subhramanyam 8 Rural infrastructure development a key area in rural developmentRamu Naidu 9 NRHM - a rural health reformY Divya Rupa and K Mary Sujatha 10 Rural banking in India an overview of the recent trends regulations and the revolutionsEVPAS Pallavi and PS Ravindra 11 Rural marketing in India the corporate scenarioIsrael Raju Vuram and Mohideen AK 12 Empowerment of women in rural Andhra Pradesh a sociological studyM Bilmoria Rani and Ch Jagan Mohan Rao 13 Status of women in India and abroadE Nagabhushuna Rao and K Geetanjali 14 Globalisation and its impact on weaker section women students in higher educationB Ratna Kumari and Zilani Begum 15 A study of the tribal children mainstreamed from residential bridge course camps in the Srikakulam districtM Venkata Rao 16 Socio-economic and political background of women panchayat leaders--a case study of Polaki Mandal in Srikakulam district APRama Rao Darmana and Rajeswari Gulipilli 17 Empowerment of rural womenA Lavanya Kumari and B Mohan Rao 18 Empowerment of rural women through educationG Vidyavathi P Tirumaleswara Rao and T Sharon Raju 19 Empowerment of rural women in Andhra PradeshHVA Meenakshi 20 Panchayati Raj and the political empowerment of backward classes women a study of backward class women Sarpanches in Anantapur dist of APA Sreenivasulu C Rami Reddy and AR Das 21 Population literacy and educational status of scheduled tribes in IndiaD Pulla Rao 22 Tribal development through ITDA approach a sustainable approach to development of tribal in agency areaB Appa Rao A Sarath Susanta Kumar Barik and KBD Sobha Rani 23 Political empowerment of rural youth through youth associationsRD Sampath Kumar and Paragati Venkateswarlu 24 Basic education and empowerment of weaker sections--strategies for social work interventionM Lakshmipathi Raju 25 Urban-rural disparities in literacy rates in India some dimensionsD Pulla Rao 26 MDGs and girl child basic education some issues and perspectivesB Ratna Kumari and T Nirmala Jyothi 27 Rural empowerment through science and technologyCh Subha Kumar 28 Basic education for empowerment of Weaker sectionsKJ Sudheer and N Sony Havilah 29 Rural agricultural development green revolution proposals for future plansFathima Kutty Kapil 30 Women empowerment a case study of self help groups in Andhra PradeshB Ramakrishna Rao KV Somanadh and P Hanumantha Rao 31 Empowerment of rural women through DWCRAD Vanaja 32 Empowerment of rural women through self help groupsR Srinivasu 33 Empowerment of rural women sociological study of self help groups--a study on Guntur districtCh Janaki 34 Health status of rural women in Vizianagaram district of Andhra PradeshK Venkatanaidu 35 Reproductive health needs of the rural womenV Hari Babu and M Mary 36 Empowerment of rural girl child woman of the future by improving health and educationP Usha and S Pulla Rao 37 Accessibility to health care with special reference to rural womensCh Mina Kumari IndexOur society consists of different categories of people having different economic and social status and strength neglected sections which remained away from the main stream of development are termed as weaker sections Central and state governments are providing special attention to th. Bookseller Inventory # 99542

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