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Chandra Mohan Bhatia

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About this Item: Oxford University Press, 1955. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Fast Dispatch. Expedited UK Delivery Available. Excellent Customer Service. No dust jacket. Ex Library. Spine faded. Wear to extremities. Seller Inventory # BBI2176569

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About this Item: Oxford University Press, 1955. Condition: Fair. This book has hardback covers. Ex-library, With usual stamps and markings, In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket. Seller Inventory # 2741559

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Mohan Bhatia

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About this Item: Risk Books, 2006. Condition: Fair. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside.This book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket. Seller Inventory # 5182032

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Bhatia, Mohan

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About this Item: Hardback. Condition: Fine. Seller Inventory # GOR008834554

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Mohan Bhatia

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About this Item: Risk Books, 2006. Befriedigend/Good: Durchschnittlich erhaltenes Buch bzw. Schutzumschlag mit Gebrauchsspuren, aber vollständigen Seiten. / Describes the average WORN book or dust jacket that has all the pages present. Seller Inventory # M01904339433-G

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Rajendra Bhatia

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ISBN 10: 8185931402 ISBN 13: 9788185931401

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About this Item: Hindustan Book Agency, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents: 1. Symmetrical factorial experiments: a mathematical theory/ Aloke Dey and Rahul Mukerjee. 2. Sieve method's siegel zeros and Sarvadaman Chowla/M. Ram Murty. 3. On the Narasimhan-Seshadri Theorem/Usha N. Bhosle. 4. On the congruence subgroup problem/T.N. Venkataramana. 5. Topology of open surfaces: around a landmark result of/C.P. Ramanujam and Anant R. Shastri. 6. On a Theorem of Seshadri/N. Mohan Kumar. 7. Diffusions and the Martingale problem of stroock and Varadhan/S. Ramasubramanian. 8. Historical Ramblings in algebraic geometry and related algebra/Shreeram S. Abhyankar. 9. Resolution of singularities and modular Galois theory/Shreeram S. Abhyankar. 10. An elementary introduction to Harish-Chandra's work/Rebecca Herb. 11. Harish Chandra, his work, and its legacy/V.S. Varadarajan.No. 31687 272 pp. Seller Inventory # 48285

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M. Koteswara Rao

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About this Item: Kanishka, India. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Part Contents: Introduction. I. Dimensions of Child Labour in India: 1. Trends in child labour in India: a review/M. Koteswara Rao. 2. Child labour in India: an appraisal/Sukhjinder Singh Tiwana. 3. Multi- dimensional approach to child labour in India/Harindra Kishor Mishra. 4. Child labour in India: a multi-dimensional problem/S.K. Patel & R.C. Talati. 5. Child labour in India: extent and causes--a case study/ Shakuntala Gupta & Sangeeta Nagaich. 6. Assessment of incidence and child development activities in India during fifty years of independence/Mohan Prasad Shrivastava, Virendra Prasad, Kanchan Pd. Shrivastava & Nira Kumari.7. Trends of urban child labour in India: a review/P. Venu Gopal & K. Sreelakshmamma. 8. Explosive and exploitative scenario of child labour in India/P.C. Tiwari. 9. Child labour: beyond legislation/I. Satya Sundaram. II. Child Labour in Indian Industries: 10. Child labour in Indian states/ Vipla Chopra & Harvinder Kaur. 11. Child labour in Bihar/Narendra Prasad. 12. Problem of child labour in India: a case study of Patiala in Punjab/ Ajit S. Bhatia & Gurbachan Kaur. 13. Child labour in an urban setting of Kerala/Martin Patrick. 14. Problems of child labour: a case study of Goa/ Silvia M. de Mendonca C. Noronha. 15. Child labour in India: a case study of some selected child labour in Dharwad City/L.D. Vaikunthe. 16. Child labour in an informal sector: a case study of Bidar District/Gouradevi Katnalli. 17. Child labour in urban informal sector: a case study of Vijayawada City/M. Koteswara Rao. III. Child Labour in Different. Seller Inventory # 693

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Valerie Anand

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ISBN 10: 1628154136 ISBN 13: 9781628154139

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About this Item: Speaking Volumes, LLC, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. WEST of SUNSET is the compelling saga of three families who come to England to start a new life and their struggle to accept-and be accepted by-an alien culture. Mohan Lal Bhatia and his wife Leela arrive first, Hindus who mean to bring Indian fabrics to the English but soon find themselves enclosed in the growing Indian community in west London. Thev see no need for integration with the English around them, and will not be compelled to face that challenge until the next generation. Kartar Singh Virk and his wife Nita want to participate more fully in English life, while upholding the proud values of their Sikh community back in India. Neither Nita nor Kartar realize what impossible ideals they have created for their daughters-until it is too late. It is Kartar s brother Perry and Mohan Lal s sister Shanti who find the chal-lenges the hardest. To the problems of a mixed Sikh-Hindu marriage, they must add the conflicts between a husband who wishes he were more English and a wife who wants to cling to the old ways-even when these mean submission to her unreasonable mother-in-law. Yet in the end, their family in some ways adapts to England best. As we follow all three families from the drab 1950s through three decades of hope, heartache and passion, we see their successes, their failures, their fears and dreams, their conflicts and compromises. Above all, we see how three generations of women face the challenges of a world where the old ways are no longer enough, and a new way has not yet been found. Seller Inventory # APC9781628154139

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Sarika Lohana

Published by New Century Publications (2014)

ISBN 10: 8177083724 ISBN 13: 9788177083729

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About this Item: New Century Publications, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) are the backbone of the Indian economy. They provide immediate large-scale employment, ensure a more equitable distribution of the national income, and facilitate effective mobilisation of resources, both capital and labour, which might otherwise remain unutilised. The need to promote, modernise and reorganise these enterprises is paramount. The needs, problems and potentials of these enterprises differ not just with the nature of activity, but also with size, geographical location and structure. While the sector in general lacks access to marketing and credit facilities, the problem is more pronounced for people belonging to scheduled castes (SCs)/scheduled tribes (STs) and minorities. Therefore, it is necessary to introduce social security, training and health insurance schemes for these vulnerable groups. Though Government is providing several fiscal and monetary incentives for MSMEs, yet many of these enterprises suffer from lack of modern technology, skilled labour, inadequate bank credit, and an inefficient marketing network. All these constraints have resulted in a high cost structure placing this sector at a disadvantage vis-à-vis the large industries. This book contains 8 well-researched papers, authored by experts in the field, which provide valuable inputs pertaining to the problems and potentials of MSMEs in the context of policy emphasis on inclusive growth. CONTENTS 1. Globalization and Policy Support for MSMEs Mohammed Javed Kalburgi and Shankare Gouda 2. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Sasmita K. Maurya 3. Credit Flow to MSMEs Sandeep Poddar and Natika Jain 4. Adivasis (Tribals) as Entrepreneurs U.D. Jadhav 5. Problems and Policy Measures to Help MSMEs Kanchan Bhatia and Pooja Choubey 6. Khadi and Village Industries S.K. Khillare 7. Sectoral Profiling of MSMEs Sarika R. Lohana 8. Electronic Customer Relationship Management (e-CRM) in MSMEs Mohan Rode and Poonam R. Lohana Appendix: Recommendations of the Prime Minister?s Task Force on Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), Government of India, January 2010 Index Printed Pages: 178. Seller Inventory # 74653

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Valerie Anand

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About this Item: Speaking Volumes, LLC, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.WEST of SUNSET is the compelling saga of three families who come to England to start a new life and their struggle to accept-and be accepted by-an alien culture. Mohan Lal Bhatia and his wife Leela arrive first, Hindus who mean to bring Indian fabrics to the English but soon find themselves enclosed in the growing Indian community in west London. Thev see no need for integration with the English around them, and will not be compelled to face that challenge until the next generation. Kartar Singh Virk and his wife Nita want to participate more fully in English life, while upholding the proud values of their Sikh community back in India. Neither Nita nor Kartar realize what impossible ideals they have created for their daughters-until it is too late. It is Kartar s brother Perry and Mohan Lal s sister Shanti who find the chal-lenges the hardest. To the problems of a mixed Sikh-Hindu marriage, they must add the conflicts between a husband who wishes he were more English and a wife who wants to cling to the old ways-even when these mean submission to her unreasonable mother-in-law. Yet in the end, their family in some ways adapts to England best. As we follow all three families from the drab 1950s through three decades of hope, heartache and passion, we see their successes, their failures, their fears and dreams, their conflicts and compromises. Above all, we see how three generations of women face the challenges of a world where the old ways are no longer enough, and a new way has not yet been found. Seller Inventory # APC9781628154139

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Chandra Mohan Bhatia

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About this Item: Oxford University Press, 1955. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Inked name on front free page. No other markings in book. Unread. DJ with nicks to edges from shelf wear. Dr. Bhatia has devised and standardized a battery of performance tests which can be used to test "total intelligence" of Indian boys between the ages of 11 and 16. The factorial analysis, standardization, and validity of the results are described and conclusions as to the relative intelligence of illiterate and literate, "backward" and "higher" communities are reached. Full instructions for carrying out the tests are given. 131pp. Seller Inventory # 0013578

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A.N. Sankaran,G.T. Kale,N.V.R. Iyengar,R.C. Bhutiani,V. Balu

Published by Biotech Books/Daya Publishing House (2007)

ISBN 10: 8176221732 ISBN 13: 9788176221733

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About this Item: Biotech Books/Daya Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The papers published in this book describe the present state of the Indian Food Industries and the technical problems facing them. The first 12 papers deals with the general subject of technical aid to the industry and lay stress on the problems involved in the improvement of quality of processed food products. These are followed by accounts of the technical problems of individual industries or groups of allied food industries. The industries dealt with are biscuit and bakery, breakfast foods, flour and barley milling, confectionary, Indian sweets, cocoa and chocolates, fruit and vegetables, gelatine, cold storage and deep freezing, oil milling, fish and the typically Indian Industry--Pan Suapri. The various contributions emphasize generally the need for a liasion between agri-horticultural authorities and the food processing industry, for cheaper and good quality raw materials, utilization of indigenous materials required in processing techniques, fabrication of equipment required for small and large-scale industries and adoption of modern scientific methods.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Recent Advances in the Development of Food Industry in India by V A Mehta; Chapter 2: What an Indian Food Industry Needs by N R Sathe; Chapter 3: The Urgent Needs of the Indian Food Preservation Industry by L I Desouza; Chapter 4: Some Technical Problems of Food Industries Supplying Foodstuffs to Defence Services by B Banerjee; Chapter 5: Quality of Production in Food Industries in India by Girdhari Lal; Chapter 6: Importance of Standards for the Indian Food Processing Industry by H A B Parpia; Chapter 7: Chemical Engineering in Food Industries by Y K Raghnatha Rao; Chapter 8: Aid to Industry through Proper Storage of Foodstuffs by S V Pingale; Chapter 9: The Need for Statistical Quality Control in Food Industries by S K Ekambaram; Chapter 10: Requirements of Indian Food Industries: Raw Materials, Plant and Personnel by N V R Iyengar & Y K Raghuntha Rao; Chapter 11: The Biscuit Industry in India by Sunder Dass H Kukereja; Chapter 12: The Necessity of Standardization of Raw Materials for the Biscuit Industry by N M Chauhan; Chapter 13: Technical Aid to Baking Industries by R B Rado; Chapter 14: Technical Control in Cereal Processing and Baking Industry by G S Bain & D S Bhatia; Chapter 15: Modification in Shortening for Biscuits by M R Sahasrabudhe; Chapter 16: Raw Material Standards for the Indian Barley Industry by M N Reid; Chapter 17: The Basic Need of the Chocolate Industry by G T Kale; Chapter 18: Technical Aid to Confectionary Industry by K Lakkappa, Chapter 19: Some Technical Problems of the Confectionary Industry in India by S N Gundu Rao & H R S Iyengar; Chapter 20: Problems Connected with the Development of Indian Sweets Industry by W B Date; Chapter 21: Technical Aid to Cold Storage Industry in India by P B Mathur & K Kirpal Singh; Chapter 22: Quick Freezing of Perishable Foods Man Mohan Singh; Chapter 23: Refrigeration Applications in Fruit and Vegetable Industry by N S Chadha; Chapter 24: Storage and Preservation of Seed Potatoes by M/s Volkart Brothers, Chapter 25: Cold Storage Facilities for the Fishing Industry by M/s Volkart Brothers, Chapter 26: Protein Hydrolysate from Waste Shark Flesh and Other Uneconomical Varieties of Fish by G B Mohanty & A B Roy; Chapter 27: Retrospect and Prospect of Fruit Preservation Industry in India by S Ranganna & C V Paul; Chapter 28: Technical Aid to the Fruit and Vegetable Preservation Industry by M/s G G Industries; Chapter 29: Some Aspects of the Working of the Fruit Products Order by P H Bhatt; Chapter 30: Factories Act--Hardship of the Potato Cold Storage Units by M/s Farrukhabad Cold Storage Limited; Chapter 31: Microbiological Aid to Fruit and Vegetable Preservation Industries by D S Johar & J C Anand; Chapter 32: Preservation of Fruit Juices by N Thandavan; Chapter 33: F Printed Pages: 286. Seller Inventory # 59221

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Mohan Bhatia

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About this Item: Risk Books, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Connecting readers with great books since 1972. Used books may not include companion materials, some shelf wear, may contain highlighting/notes, may not include cdrom or access codes. Customer service is our top priority!. Seller Inventory # S_41697106

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Valerie Anand

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About this Item: Speaking Volumes, LLC. Paperback. Condition: New. 420 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 1.1in.WEST of SUNSET is the compelling saga of three families who come to England to start a new life and their struggle to acceptand be accepted byan alien culture. Mohan Lal Bhatia and his wife Leela arrive first, Hindus who mean to bring Indian fabrics to the English but soon find themselves enclosed in the growing Indian community in west London. Thev see no need for integration with the English around them, and will not be compelled to face that challenge until the next generation. Kartar Singh Virk and his wife Nita want to participate more fully in English life, while upholding the proud values of their Sikh community back in India. Neither Nita nor Kartar realize what impossible ideals they have created for their daughtersuntil it is too late. It is Kartars brother Perry and Mohan Lals sister Shanti who find the challenges the hardest. To the problems of a mixed Sikh-Hindu marriage, they must add the conflicts between a husband who wishes he were more English and a wife who wants to cling to the old wayseven when these mean submission to her unreasonable mother-in-law. Yet in the end, their family in some ways adapts to England best. As we follow all three families from the drab 1950s through three decades of hope, heartache and passion, we see their successes, their failures, their fears and dreams, their conflicts and compromises. Above all, we see how three generations of women face the challenges of a world where the old ways are no longer enough, and a new way has not yet been found. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781628154139

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S C Bagri

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ISBN 10: 8121105056 ISBN 13: 9788121105057

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About this Item: BSMPS, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents Foreword. Editor's note. 1. A brief history of AITTA and Seminar proceedings. 2. Sustainable synergistic relationship between tourism Bio diversity local people and management Maharana Pratap Sagar (Pong Dam Wetland) in Himachal Pradesh/S.P. Bansal and Prashant Kumar Gautam. 3. Nature Rock Garden the valley of flowers destination interpretation and infrastructure auditing/S.C. Bagri and Ashok Kumar. 4. Ecotourism a tool for sustainability in Afar region of Ethiopia/Mohit Kukreti. 5. Analysing environmental impact assessment for tourism and developing a frame work for the Nilgiri biosphere reserve/M.R. Dileep. 6. Ecotourism complex planning at Kalimath in Garhwal Himalaya/S.C. Bagri and Jitendra Mohan Mishra. 7. The changing trends of pilgrimage tourism in India/Ravi Bhushan Kumar. 8. Tourism in Kumaon Himalaya a study of tourist traffic and visitors profile of Nainital and Almora/Anajana Sharma. 9. Tourism entrepreneurship development in Uttaranchal a case of tourist guest house project of Uttaranchal tourism/S.K. Gupta and Sanjay Dhyani. 10. Sustainable tourism development present scenario of sustainable use of India's tourism resources/Rakesh Dhodi and Rashmi Dhodi. 11. Sustainable tourism in developing countries relevance and challenges/Surender Pal Singh. 12. Temporal distribution of tourists in Goa/S.M. Ambli. 13. Environmental codes of conduct for sustainable ecotourism development in India/Tarun Roy. 14. Food and beverage industry in Garhwal Himalaya a case study of Srinagar Garhwal/Saurabh Dixit. 15. The pristine glory and scenic beauty of Orchha/Devesh Nigam and Nidhi Bhatia. 16. Yoga for wellness an emerging trend in alternative tourism/Prachi Rastogi. 17. Ethiopia tourism to be harnessed for food security/Mohit Kukreti. Annexures. Sustainable Tourism in Management teaching has emerged recently and the growing importance of the subject has been well realized by the policy makers and the management interns. However there is a dearth of the quality literature on the subject concern despite a number of researches undergoing throughout the globe. This book provides an insight and exhaustive tour of the exciting world of tourism with special reference to Sustainable Development and further comprehensive coverage of all the dimensions aspects and managerial issues pertaining to sustainability. The book also provides an overview of the inter disciplinary activities like ecotourism hotel industry yoga tourism pilgrimage entrepreneurship along with specific case studies based on intensive field surveys. This book is a state of the art having all the required data and figures for the planners and policy makers along with academicians and management experts for farming new developmental approach for upcoming destination based on sustainability so as to conserve the nature and society for the generations to come. 224 pp. Seller Inventory # 68902

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Rajbir Singh; Nov Rattan Sharma and Amrita Yadava

Published by Wisdom, Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8190206834 ISBN 13: 9788190206839

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About this Item: Wisdom, Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Psychological factors and individual differences 1. A study of age and gender differences in motivational resources/Sangeeta Trama and Prem Verma. 2. Achievement motivation among rural and urban college students/R.S. Suhag. 3. Arousal tempo and psychological performance/Punam Devi and Rajbir Singh. 4. Biometric genetic analysis of sibling data on personality and intelligence/C.R. Darolia. 5. Delegation effectiveness as the function of emotional intelligence and general intelligence/Subedar Yadav and G.P. Prakash. 6. Emotional intelligence construct independence from social intelligence personality and temperament/Nov Rattan Sharma C.R. Darolia A.S. Kajal and Amrita Yadava. 7. Individual differences of personality among drug users/Vipendra Pratap Singh and Taresh Bhatia. 8. Inspection time in relation to level of intelligence/Nov Rattan Sharma Poonam Tayal and Amrita Yadava. 9. Personality moods and bodily responses/Anjali Malik and Rajbir Singh. 10. Psychoneurotic tendency in asthmatics/C.P. Khokhar and Monaj Kumar Chauhan. 11. Reliability and validity psychometric features of verbal measure of time orientation/Sonia Malik and Rajbir Singh. 12. Self esteem as a determinant of well being/Nov Rattan Sharma Ashok Sharma and Amrita Yadava. 13. Study of anger in relation to personality/Nov Rattan Sharma Deepti Hooda and Amrita Yadava. 14. The contribution of fluid and crystallized intelligence to the verbal and spatial abilities of right handed males and females/Ravinder Jit. II. Demographic factors and individual differences 15. A differential study of interest patterns of boys and girls at 10+2 level/Savita Arya Vidhu Mohan and S. Jain. 16. A study of creative thinking in relation to intelligence and sex/Savita Arya and Vandana Mehra. 17. A study of work and responsibility in children (12 14 years)/Farzana Alim. 18. Effect of gender and residence on the perceived study habits of scheduled caste and non scheduled caste students/Ashok K. Kali and Anita Kumari. 19. Isolation experience in children as a function of fathering value orientation. (traditionism/progressivism) attitude to social change and economic status/Sadhna Gupta. 20. Rejection perception of adolescents towards their mothers/Sanjeev Kumar A.K. Agarwal and C.P. Khokhar. 21. State differences in cognitive performances among females/Ravinder Jit. III. Miscellaneous 22. Across gender comparison of need patterns/Nov Rattan Sharma Sonu Joshi and and Amrita Yadav. 23. Allen and Meyer's organisational commitment questionnaire a factor analytic study of public bank employees/Sujata Hooda and Shalini Singh. 24. Assessing the needs of parents with mentally challenged children/Sunita Malhotra and Jyotsana Madan. 25. Contribution of structural and semantic components of reading ability in achievement in Hindi/Amrita Yadava Neeraj Yadav and Nov Rattan Sharma. 26. Effect of negative affectivity and exposure period on learned helplessness/Suraj Mal and N.K. Chandel. 27. Genesis of individual differences in behaviour among animals/Amrita Yadava Nov Rattan Sharma and Sushma Sharma. 28. Individual differences in married women on the quality of their marital relationships and impact of premarital preparedness/Amriteshwar Ratra and Praveen Kaur. 29. Reaction time and movement time in mentally retarded and normal persons/Savita Arya and C.R. Darolia. 30. Role of reattribution training from self defeating to self enhancing/Vidhu Mohan and Vandana Sharma. 31. Stress an administrative experience/Aquib Javed. The book Psychology of Individual Differences is a compilation of 30 research articles and a theoretical article tracing the evolutionary history of individual differences. A renowned psychologist Prof. Arun K. Sen has written the foreword of this book. The book has been divided into three sections covering the psychological aspects. Demographic factors and other issues relating to individual differences. Certain specific characteristics of groups like chil. Seller Inventory # 53033

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edited by Sarika Lohana

Published by New Century Publications (2014)

ISBN 10: 8177083724 ISBN 13: 9788177083729

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About this Item: New Century Publications, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Globalization and Policy Support for MSMEs/Mohammed Javed Kalburgi and Shankare Gouda. 2. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)/Sasmita K. Maurya. 3. Credit Flow to MSMEs/Sandeep Poddar and Natika Jain. 4. Adivasis (Tribals) as Entrepreneurs/U.D. Jadhav. 5. Problems and Policy Measures to Help MSMEs/Kanchan Bhatia and Pooja Choubey. 6. Khadi and Village Industries/S.K. Khillare. 7. Sectoral Profiling of MSMEs/Sarika R. Lohana.8. Electronic Customer Relationship Management (e-CRM) in MSMEs/Mohan Rode and Poonam R. Lohana. Appendix: Recommendations of the Prime Ministerís Task Force on Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), Government of India, January 2010. Index. Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) are the backbone of the Indian economy. They provide immediate large-scale employment, ensure a more equitable distribution of the national income, and facilitate effective mobilisation of resources, both capital and labour, which might otherwise remain unutilised. The need to promote, modernise and reorganise these enterprises is paramount. The needs, problems and potentials of these enterprises differ not just with the nature of activity, but also with size, geographical location and structure. While the sector in general lacks access to marketing and credit facilities, the problem is more pronounced for people belonging to scheduled castes (SCs)/scheduled tribes (STs) and minorities. Therefore, it is necessary to introduce social security, training and health insurance schemes for these vulnerable groups. Though Government is providing several fiscal and monetary incentives for MSMEs, yet many of these enterprises suffer from lack of modern technology, skilled labour, inadequate bank credit, and an inefficient marketing network. All these constraints have resulted in a high cost structure placing this sector at a disadvantage vis-à-vis the large industries. Seller Inventory # 112265

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S B Verma

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8176295655 ISBN 13: 9788176295659

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. WTO Global trade opportunities 1. WTO and the promotion of global trade/Badar Alam Iqbal. 2. World Trade Organisation converting crisis into opportunities/V.K. Bhalla. 3. Sustainable development Trade Liberalisation and WTO/Sitesh Bhatia. 4. World Trade Organisation some facts/Sawalia Bihari Verma and Ash Narayan Pandey. II. WTO and developing countries 5. WTO and the developing world emerging issues/Munim Kumar Barai. 6. World Trade Organisation and India challenges and opportunities/Narendra Prasad. 7. WTO and India's reform agenda/Amlesh Banerjee. 8. India's position on various WTO issues/Sawalia Bihari Verma and Ajay Kumar Srivastava. 9. World Trade Organisation (WTO) and India's sustainable development/Nafees Baig. 10. Collapse of Cancun No Deal is better than an unfavourable deal /Surinder Sud. 11. Cancun ministerial of WTO India emerges triumphant/G. Srinivasan. 12. WTO meet at Cancun lessons for India/Amrit Patel. 13. Capturing markets any how/R.K. Gupta. 14. Doha meet of WTO an assessment/Satender Kumar Joshi. 15. WTO and the EXIM Policy of India/V. Sraman. III. Banking financial services and WTO 16. Financial services under WTO regime/Om Prakash. 17. The World Trade Organisation and the role of Banks/Sawalia Bihari Verma and Anirudh Thakur. 18. WTO and the banking sector/B. Samal. 19. World Trade Organisation GATS regime implications for the accountancy sector/Sunil Bhargava. 20. The WTO and banking with agriculture sector/R. Chandrasekhar. IV. Agriculture development and WTO 21. WTO and its implications for Indian agriculture/Tushar Kanti Saha. 22. WTO and commercialization of agriculture/Subah Singh Yadav. 23. Agriculture flagged as India's key concern in WTO negotiations/Arun Jaitley. 24. Challenges to Indian agriculture under WTO regime/P.N. Sharma and Anuj Kumari. 25. Prospects of Indian Agriculture under WTO/Krishna Nand Yadav. V. Industrial development environment and WTO 26. WTO and small scale industries/S. Vaidehi S. Nirmala Mary and K. Raja Mohan Rao. 27. Small scale industries facing acute crisis/Sibghatullah Farooqi. 28. Impact of WTO on SSI units/Kalyan J. Shah. 29. WTO development impact on SSI/Prahalad Sabnani. 30. WTO challenges and dilemmas of environmental protection/A. Talapatra. VI. WTO legal issues 31. Dispute settlement mechanism under the World Trade Organisation experience and emerging problems/Nripendra Misra. 32. Working of dispute settlement in the World Trade Organisation/B.N. Asthana. 33. Intellectual property rights and wrongs the developing world concerns/R.A. Mashelkar. 34. Anti dumping duties and WTO/R.L. Varshney. Bibliography. Index. The developing countries have the onerous task of maintaining a fine balance between the conditionalities of WTO and protecting the domestic industry from the onslaught of imports. India has been liberalizing quite rapidly since 1991 and the domestic industry has been adjusting to the changes brought about by the process of liberalization and globalisation. However the extent of changes that have been seen till now may be surpassed once the full body of agreements in the WTO comes into force. The WTO besides providing for an opportunity to continued liberalization expansion of multilateral trade and for negotiations on trade related matters also develops rules and disciplines for trade. It also reviews the trade policies of the member countries. However the most important function of the WTO is to exercise surveillance on the implementation of the various arrangements. For this the WTO has a strong institutional framework. It ensures the compliance of the undertaking given by the member countries. A strong and effective multilateral grievance settlement mechanism has been developed by the WTO. India has to modulate different legal and procedural provisions to match the WTO guidelines. Which in turn are likely to affect the domestic social and business systems in operation. If the changes are too fast social resistance may build up. Seller Inventory # 54778

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G T Kale; R C Bhutiani; N V R Iyengar; V Balu and A N Sankaran

Published by Biotech Books, Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8176221732 ISBN 13: 9788176221733

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About this Item: Biotech Books, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. List of participants. Message/S.S. Bhatnagar. Welcome speech/M. Shankaraiya. 1. Presidential address/K.D. Malaviya. 2. Recent advances in the development of food industries in India/V.A. Mehta. 3. What an Indian food industry needs/N.R. Sathe. 4. The urgent needs of the Indian food preservation industry/L.J. De Souza. 5. Some technical problems of food industries supplying foodstuffs to defence services/B. Banerjee. 6. Quality of production in food industries in India/Girdhari Lal. 7. Importance of standards for the Indian food processing industry/H.A.B. Parpia. 8. Chemical engineering in food industries/Y.K. Raghunatha Rao. 9. Aid to industry through proper storage of foodstuffs/S.V. Pingale. 10. The need for statistical quality control in food industries/S.K. Ekambaram. 11. Requirements of Indian food industries raw materials plant and personnel/N.V.R. Iyengar and Y.K. Raghunatha Rao. 12. The biscuit industry in India/Sunder Dass H. Kuckereja. 13. The necessity of standardization of raw materials for the biscuit industry/N.M. Chauhan. 14. Technical aid to baking industries/R.B. Rao. 15. Technical control in cereal processing and baking industry/G.S. Bains and D.S. Bhatia. 16. Modification in shortening for biscuits/M.R. Sahasrabudhe. 17. Raw material standards for the Indian Barley industry/M.N. Reid. 18. The basic need of the chocolate industry/G.T. Kale. 19. Technical aid to confectionery industry/K. Lakkappa. 20. Some technical problems of the confectionery industry in India/S.N. Gundu Rao and H.R.S. Iyengar. 21. Problems connected with the development of Indian sweets industry/W.B. Date. 22. Technical aid to cold storage industry in India/P.B. Mathur and K. Kirpal Singh. 23. Quick freezing of perishable foods/Man Mohan Singh. 24. Refrigeration applications in fruit and vegetable industry/N.S. Chadha. 25. Storage and preservation of seed potatoes. 26. Cold storage facilities for the fishing industry. 27. Protein hydrolysate from waste shark flesh and other uneconomical varieties of fish/G.B. Mohanty and A.B. Roy. 28. Retrospect and prospect of fruit preservation industry in India/S. Ranganna and C.V. Paul. 29. Technical aid to the fruit and vegetables preservation industry. 30. Some aspects of the working of the fruit products order/P.H. Bhatt. 31. Factories act hardships of the potato cold storage units. 32. Microbiological aid to fruit and vegetable preservation industries/D.S. Johar and J.C. Anand. 33. Preservation of fruit juices/N. Thandavan. 34. Fruit preservation in Mysore/B.P. Mascarenhas. 35. Fruit and vegetable preservation industry of Assam its present and future/L.K. Handique. 36. Potato seed trade of Bihar/Prabhudatta Mukerji. 37. A plea for developing and modernizing fruit preservation as a cottage industry through comprehensive technical aid/P.V. Surya Prakasa Rao. 38. Technical problems in packaging/T.M. Rama Aiyangar. 39. Tannery by products for the manufacture of edible Gelatine/Y. Nayudamma. 40. The manufacture of edible Gelatin in India/H.C. Bijawat. 41. Vegetable oil refining industry/C.S. Srinivasan. 42. Problems in coffee technology and research/C.P. Natarajan and D.S. Bhatia. 43. Need for developing fermentation industries in India/B.S. Lulla and D.S. Johar. 44. Utilization of fruits for wine making/D.S. Johar and J.C. Anand. 45. Problems of a small scale industry Pan Supari/M.K. Krishna Chetty. Discussion. Appendix. Index. The papers published in this book describe the present state of the Indian food industries and the technical problems facing them. The first 12 papers deals with the general subject of technical aid to the industry and lay stress on the problems involved in the improvement of quality of processed food products. These are followed by accounts of the technical problems of individual industries or groups of allied food industries. The industries dealt with are biscuit and bakery breakfast foods flour and barley milling confectionary Indian sweets cocoa and ch. Seller Inventory # 63066

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A L Bhatia

Published by Aavishkar, Jaipur (2007)

ISBN 10: 8179101886 ISBN 13: 9788179101889

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About this Item: Aavishkar, Jaipur, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Environment and human activities/Gurbir Kohli and K.S. Kohli. 2. Sustainability of the environment/A.L. Bhatia. 3. Sustainability and the global commons/John Cairns Jr. 4. Environmental impact assessment/A.L. Bhatia. 5. Humankind's security and shift to sustainable practices/John Cairns Jr. 6. Ecological integrity/John Cairns Jr. 7. Global ethnics for a sustainable environment/Aruna Khare and K.K. Khare. 8. Biodiversity with special reference to India relevance and protection/A.K. Chopra. 9. Biodiversity value and conservation strategies with reference to Madhya Pradesh/Jitendra Singh and Narendra Kumar Singh. 10. Conservation and ecotourism a case study of Madhav National Park Shivpuri M.P. India/Ravi Saxena. 11. Ecotourism and sustainable development/Manoj Kulshreshtha and Chaturbhu Moundiotiya. 12. Ecology of tiger in Dry Deciduous Foresters with special reference to Ranthambhore Rajasthan/Abhimanyue Singh Rathore and A.L. Bhatia. 13. Return from medicinal plants for sustainable development/Shikha Patni Antim Lata Sharma and A.L. Bhatia. 14. Renewable energy a recent perspectives/Subodh K. Jain. 15. Biodiesel as an alternative fuel a strategy towards sustainable environment/S.P. Chincholkar Saurabh Srivastava A. Rehman Savita Dixit and Atul Lanewar. 16. Impact assessment of pollutants application of critical load/Ajay Taneja and Gur Sumiran Satsangi. 17. Bioenvironmental approach for vector control/A.K. Chopra M.F. Alam V.K. Dua and S. Yadav. 18. Lake water quality with special reference to impact of phosphate and nitrate on lake ecosystem/Sadhana Tamot and Pratibha Sharma. 19. Fluoride in ground waters of Arid Rajasthan and strategy of its mitigation/D.D. Ozha K.M.L. Mathur and F.M. Golani. 20. Health and environmental problems from the glassware glass and ceramic industries/K.B. Razdan. 21. Sustainable environment vis a vis ageing profile/Manju Lata. 22. Conservation and management of natural resources/Mohan Swarup. 23. Tsunami global warming and threats to come/Simon Willace. The working knowledge of earth's fundamental life support system living organisms and how they operate is essential for a clear understanding of our environment. Environmental problems and their solutions occur at the intersection of natural systems and the human systems that manipulate the natural world. Present book Sustainable Environment and Impact Assessment deals with the sustainability of environment with the integrated approach taking into consideration of most of the possible human systems that affect nature like food and agriculture population growth urbanization environmental health resource economics and policy. Just by emphasizing purely natural systems readers can never understand the management of environment without understanding the cultural economic and political forces that shape our decisions to sustaining the environment. Present book presents various dimensions on sustainability and the impact of human systems especially the ones which have been touched sparingly earlier due to no clarity like Humankind's Security and shift to sustainable practices ecological integrity global ethics for a sustainable environment biodiversity ecotourism and medicinal plants for sustainable development recent perspectives of renewable energy bioenvironmental approach for vector control etc. However readers will have the basic knowledge of sustainability and various designs for impact assessments in chapters like environment and human activities sustainability of the environment pollutants environmental impact assessment health and environmental problems conservation and management of natural resources etc. Bringing out and edited by an internationally renowned scientist and visionary the book will also provide an invaluable introduction to the sustainability of living environment for all areas of study catering to the need of all expert policy makers as well as students researchers environmentalists and would prove an asset t. Seller Inventory # 62777

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Ashutosh Pandey

Published by Abhijeet Publications (2010)

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About this Item: Abhijeet Publications, 2010. Contents Preface 1 IntroductionAshutosh Pandey 2 Hind Swaraj eternal Guru and lessons for peaceKC Gangrade 3 Gandhi and managementAnil Dutta Mishra 4 Gandhi and terrorismAnurag Gangal 5 Indias rural development in 21st century and Gandhian thoughtOK Tiwari and Pushpraj Singh 6 Gandhi and untouchabilityP Kishore Kumar and ABSV Ranga Rao 7 Decolonization and social change Gnadhi-Nehru perspectiveShyamala Bhatia 8 Gandhi and environment perception concern and actionSitesh Bhatia 9 Gandhi and corporate ethics on global eraBishnu Narayan Sethi 10 Gandhis concept of future societyABSV Ranga and P Kishore Kumar 11 Gandhi women and non-violent movements and campaignsBharati Thakur 12 Mahaveera Marx and Gandhi on socio-political concept of equality a comparative studyRajshree 13 Gandhian tools and traits in saving environmentSanjay Baranwal 14 MK Gandhi India and peaceGK Singh and Renu Chaudhary 15 Gandhi on religionHimanshu Bourai 16 The Gandhian method of conflict resoultionAN Panda 17 Gandhian perspective on human securityRajnikant Pandey and Chandra Mohan Upadhyay 18 Relevance of Gandhi in the 21st centuryDasarathi Bhuyan 19 Gandhi and King on nonviolent resistanceAnju Jhamb Bibliography Despite the plethora of literature on or about Gandhi but still he is often misunderstood misinterpreted misrepresented and usually labeled as outdated To inspire the new generation there is a continuous need for explaining and restating the content significance and relevance of Gandhian position on many issues w hich are of vital importance for the mankindMahatma Gandhi was not primarily a political thinker not even a political agitator He was essentially a religious mankind man a humanist and a man of action and intuition The world can not easily forget a many sided person like Mahatma Gandhi who shunned delight and lived laborious days and who practiced truth and non-violence for over forty years of his life He was multi-dimensional in his approach and left an indelible mark in religio-moral socio-economic and political spheres He dealt with the problems which are timeless and universal because they spring from enduring weakness of human nature and human society As an activist and a man of action he practiced what is moral truthful and non-violent after a thorough examination with great insight Since the solution is to be found for them were based on these external principles his philosophic ideas and ideals are progressively becoming significant and more relevant and needed than beforeIn view of the above stated problem a modest attempt has been made in this book to examine the process of degeneration of Indian polities society and economy from value orientation to value lessens in the course of more than five decades The answer to some of these questions to some extent can be found in the articles in this volume written by eminent scholars An attempt has been made to discuss Relevance of Gandhi in present world in general and its impact on people society and state in particular it is believe that the articles included in this book will throw some lights on different aspects related to Gandhian thought and be helpful in grasping the problems of Indian society to some extent" 251 pp. Seller Inventory # 86417

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L K Pareek

Published by Agrobios, Jodhpur (2005)

ISBN 10: 8177540890 ISBN 13: 9788177540895

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About this Item: Agrobios, Jodhpur, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents 1. Recent developments and issues in plant sciences/Govind Chandra Sharma. 2. Agrobacterium mediated gene transfer in plants a review/D.K. Srivastava. 3. Biotechnology miracle or mirage II. remarkable genetic system of agrobacterium/C. Nirmala and M.L.H. Kaul. 4. Synthetic seed technology as a method for plant propagation and delivery of tissue cultured plants/P.S. Rao T.R. Ganapathi P. Suprasanna and V.A. Bapat. 5. Maturation and desiccation of somatic embryos/V.A. Bapat and P.S. Rao. 6. Commercial application of medicinal plant biotechnology/M.R. Heble and G.Roja. 7. Genetic variation in vitro cultured plant cells and in the progenies of Regenerated plants/S.J. Jambhulkar and C.R. Bhatia. 8. In vitro response as aid to measure genetic diversity/Sumitra Sen. 9. Phytochrome flowering genes and biotechnology/S.C. Maheshwari. 10. Tissue culture of aquatic plants and its applications/H.Y. Mohan Ram and Anuradha Agrawal. 11. Auxin calcium interaction in plant growth and development/S.C. Bhatla Geetika Kalra and Sangeeta Kapoor. 12. Role of Glyoxalase I in cell proliferation in higher plants/Renu Deswal and Sudhir K. Sopory. 13. Rapid propagation of Eucalyptus tereticornis Sm. through tissue culture/R.I.S. Gill S.S. Gill and S.S. Gosal. 14. Regeneration and phenolics in explants and callus of Syzygium cumini (L.) Skeels/Shashi Mathur L.K. Pareek and N. Chandra. 15. Cellular approaches to salt tolerance in wheat/E.J.Joseph and I.D. Nikiforova. 16. Manipulation of wheat protein quality/P.R. Shewry A.S. Tatham N.G. Halford F.Barro P. Barcelo and P. Lazzeri. 17. Cellular selection and characterization of Pea lines resistant to culture filtrate of fusarium oxysporum/Ashok Kumar D.K. Srivastava V.K. Gupta and U.K. Kohli. 18. Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration from immature Cotyledons of Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)/P. Sagare K. Suhasini and K.V. Krishnamurthy. 19. Direct somatic embryogenesis in Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)/K. Suhasini A.P. Sagare and K.V. Krishnamurthy. 20. Regeneration of water stress tolerant callus culture of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum)/D.K. Srivastava V.K. Gupta and D.R Sharma. 21. Biochemical mechanism of salt tolerance in tomato cultivars/G.Jansi Rani and G. Balakrishnamurthy. 22. In vitro evaluation and regeneration of tomato under NaCl stress/G. Jansi Rani and G. Balakrishnamurthy. 23. In vitro selection of atrazine tolerant cell lines and regeneration studies in Brassica campestris/G.S. Virk and Jaswinder Kaur. 24. Cotton ovule culture a tool for understanding development and quality/C.P. Malik Bir Singh and Pushp Sharma. 25. Microspore embryogenesis in Brassica juncea/Abha Agnihotri G. Seguin Swartz and R.K. Downey. 26. In vitro morphogenesis and microcorm production in Gladiolus/H.S. Grewal S.S. Gosal and J.S. Arora. 27. Callus growth response of sunflower explants cultured in vitro/Puspita Samantaray Gyanaranjan Rout and Prasanta K. Behera. 28. Vitro trees of cashew (Anacardium occidentale L.) a preliminary evaluation/Smitha Hegde L. D'Souza Icy D'Silva Alice C. Augustine. 29. Micro propagation of plum (Prunus domestica L.)Atul Kumar Vandana A. Kumar and M.C. Nautiyal. 30. Plantlet regeneration from Seed culture of Arundina graminifolia (D.Don) Hochr. and establishment of plantlets under natural conditions/C.M. Sarma and Suchismita Roy. 31. Direct embryo formation and regeneration of plants from embryogenic protoplasts of ginseng (Panax ginseng C.A. Mayer)/Sarita Arya Inder Dev Arya Jang R. Liu and Tage Eriksson. 32 Rapid micropropagation of populus Euramericana trees by callus culture/Veena Agrawal and Shrish C. Gupta. 33. Direct somatic embryogenesis from immature seeds of rosewood (Dalbergia latifolia Roxb.)/G. Lakshmi Sita and M. Muralidhara Rao. 34. Direct organogenesis from internodal segments and apical meristem of shoots of Jatropha curcas L./Neena Nigam O.P. Saxena and Vincent Braganza. 35. Bioassay for anti tumor compounds in callus extracts of phyllanthus sps. and Euphorb. Seller Inventory # 60267

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Mohan Bhatia

Published by Risk Books (2006)

ISBN 10: 1904339433 ISBN 13: 9781904339434

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B Venkatesh; B K Purandara and K S Ramasastri

Published by Capital Pub, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 818558950X ISBN 13: 9788185589503

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About this Item: Capital Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Introduction. About the editors. I. Land use Land Cover Mapping (Remote Sensing and GIS in Mapping) 1. Land use Land Cover Mapping through digital image processing of Satellite data a case study/Amba Shetty Lakshman Nandagiri Sangeetha Thokaam and M.V.S. Rajesh. 2. GIS and Remote Sensing Techniques for generating action plans for ground water augmentation in Kolaramma Watershed/M. Shamaladevi and K.S. Ramesh. II. Hydrological aspects of forests 3. Forests and water yield an overview/Prafulla Soni and R.P.S. Katwal. 4. Impact of different land uses on run off and soil loss in High Hills of Nilgiris/D.C. Sahoo M. Jayakumar V.N. Sharda K.P. Tripathi M.V. Padmanabhan B. Raghunath R. Mohanraj and B. Chandran. 5. Hydrologic response of a forested Micro Watershed in Outer Shivalik of Jammu Region/Vijay Kumar Omkar Singh and S.P. Rai. 6. Hydrological processes in forested and deforested watersheds a case study/P.K. Pradeep Kumar and E.J. James. 7. Study of hydrological processes in a small forested watershed in South Karnataka (India)/R.R.V. Murari L. Ruiz C. Sandhya J.J. Braun and M.S. Mohan Kumar. 8. Effect of afforestation on baseflow under different farming systems in hills/K.K. Satapathy and K.K. Dutta. 9. Impact of deforestation over land and water resources in tropics (A Case study of District Panchmahals in Gujarat)/Yogendra Babu Sharma. 10. Simulating contributions of forests to Catchment Run off using a semi distributed hydrological model/Laxman Nandagiri. 11. Run off processes in Forested Watershed a case study for a Sub Basin of Bhadra River Basin (Karnataka)/M. Sameena G. Ranganna Mukund Rao and V. Jayaraman. 12. Morphometric analysis of a forested watershed using GIS Technique/Dilip G. Durbude and Chandramohan T. 13. Impact of iron ore mining on sediment response of a humid tropical forest and Grassland Dominated Catchment in the Western Ghats India/Jagdish Krishnaswamy Milind Bunyan Vishal Mehta Narendra Patil and S. Naveenkumar. 14. Road construction on hilly forest and their impact on hydrological aspects/Anand V. Shivapur and Raviraj H. Mulangi. 15. Hydrological investigation under forest landuses a case study from J and K State/Onkar Singh K.K.S. Bhatia R. Jha Vijay Kumar and S.P. Rai. 16. Impact of vegetative cover on deep percolation and sediment concentration at different slopes/J.K. Neelakanth B. Maheshwarababu Mallikarjuna Ayanagoudar and S.S. Kumathe. 17. Estimating evapo transpiration losses from Pichhola Lake Catchment with special reference to forests/S.D. Khobragade D.S. Rathore C.S.P. Ojha and K.K.S. Bhatia. 18. Effect of land treatment on Run Off behaviour/Ravi Galkate L.N. Thakural and T.R. Nayak. III. Impact of forests on groundwater recharge 19. Effect of forest area treatment on groundwater recharge in SAT India/A.K. Singh R.N. Adhikari S.K.N. Math and K.K. Reddy. 20. Regional groundwater modelling a case study of Gundal Sub Basin in Cauvery River Basin Karnataka India/M. Sekhar S.N. Rasmi and Laurent Ruiz. 21. Impact of soil conservation measures on groundwater and its utilization in Varadha Watershed Area/A.G. Koppad and K. Manjappa. 22. Analysis of Spring Discharge under different geo ecological conditions of Khulgad Watershed Lesser Himalaya Uttaranchal/S.P. Rai and J.S. Rawat. 23. Assessment of groundwater pollution through mass transport modelling a post audit study in INDAL Belgaum Works Watershed Karnataka/V.V.S. Gurunadha Rao S.V. Jamble A. Ananth and B.A. Prakash. 24. A study of shallow aquifers in Sirsi Taluka Uttar Kannada District Karnataka/S.C. Puranik. IV. Soil and Land use changes 25. Redistribution of soil water after infiltration in a forested watershed a case study/B.K. Purandara B. Venkatesh and K.S. Ramasastri. 26. Characterisation of soil health under different land use patterns in hilly eco system of Meghalaya/V.K. Mishra and R. Saha. V. Plantation and bio fencing in forested eco system 27. Establishment of teak plantations on Uplands a non arable La. Seller Inventory # 66262

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Hilger, Andreas and Corinna R. Unger (Eds.):

Published by Frankfurt, M. : Lang, (2012)

ISBN 10: 3631611781 ISBN 13: 9783631611784

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About this Item: Frankfurt, M. : Lang, 2012. Condition: Sehr gut. 384 S. Manjeet S. Pardesi, India in Asia: India's relations with Southeast Asia and China, 1962-1991 -- William Gould, Muslims in India: Secularism and its international preconditions -- Nicolas Blarel, Linguistic movements, secessionism and state-building in India -- Sunil Bhatia / Anjali Ram, Destiny's Children: Mediated Selves and ambiguous identities in the Indian diaspora in the U.S -- Vijay Singh, Some strategies of Indian communists after 1947 -- David C. Engerman, The political power of economic ideas? Foreign economic advisors and Indian planning in the 1950s and 1960s -- Michael Mann, Delhi-Metro-Polis: Public transport, public opinion and national Politics -- Boris Niclas-Tölle, India's "Ville Radieuse": Modernist town planning in Chandigarh -- Hans-Joachim Bieter, The first stages of India's nuclear policy -- Mohan Rao, Indian globalisms: From population control to reproductive tourism -- Dietmar Rothermund, Employment and unemployment in a global economy: The Indian case. -- Nadja-Christina Schneider, The medialisation of post-colonial Indian society: National and transnational dynamics.' -- Jennifer Bussell, Foreign policy and the success of India's democracy -- Robert J. McMahon, On the periphery of a global conflict: India and the cold war, 1947-1991 -- Amit Das Gupta, Divided nations: India and Germany -- Srinath Raghavan, Between regional and global interests: The Indo-Soviet Treaty of 1971. ISBN 9783631611784 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 600 Fadengehefteter Originalpappband. Seller Inventory # 995962

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B S Bhatia and Balram Dogra

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8176296236 ISBN 13: 9788176296236

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. I. Conceptual 1. Productivity centric global competitiveness/Balram Dogra and Rajesh Verma. 2. Trends in global competitiveness of India during post liberalization period/Paramjit Nanda and P.S. Raikhy. 3. Corporate reporting on productivity/B.S. Bhatia and Anurag Pahuja. 4. Globalisation and the changing productivity performance in the Indian economy a sectoral analysis/Amarjit Singh Sethi. 5. Global competitiveness issues beyond productivity/P.S. Raikhy and Paramjit Nanda. 6. EVA as a tool to measure productivity/Dyal Bhatnagar. 7. Enhancing Indian competitiveness through knowledge/Narendra Singh and S.C. Davar. 8. Impact of liberalization and globalization an Indian perspective/Sonia Chawla. II. Manufacturing sector 9. Competitiveness of the Indian garment export sector after Multi Fibre Arrangement (MFA) phase out/Raghbir Singh and Lalit Mohan Kathuria. 10. Productivity improvement of industrial sectors in Punjab/B.S. Rathore and S.K. Dhameja. 11. Extent of competitiveness and performance of some Indian industries/Kuldip Kaur and Amandeep Kaur. 12. Export competitiveness of Indian manufacturing industry/Navjote Khara and Deependra Singh Garcha. 13. Process based management systems and productivity/Akepati S. Reddy. 14. Productive efficiency of Indian textile industry a non parametric analysis/Ruchi Trehan and Sunil Kumar. 15. Transforming public enterprises in India into intelligent organisations/V.K. Kohli. 16. Gaining global competitiveness lessons from successful companies/Sanjeev K. Sharma and K.K. Uppal. III. Service sector 17. Challenges and strategies for competitiveness productivity and globalising Indian Insurance market/Ravinder Vinayek and Ravi Kumar Gupta. 18. Achieving global competitiveness through service excellence and total customer satisfaction/Urvashi Makkar and Ashok Shukla. 19. Productivity in the banking industry with special reference to State Bank of India Group/Sanjay Kaushik. 20. Trends in operational productivity of Commercial Banks in India/Monika Aggarwal. 21. Insurance sector in India in post liberalisation period challenges of change/B.S. Bhatia and Swati Kumaria Puri. 22. Global competitiveness in health sector/Santosh Gupta. 23. Competitiveness of Public Sector Banks in India (post liberalisation scenario)/Gaganjeet Kaur. IV. Agriculture sector 24. Globalisation competitiveness and productivity in agriculture sector/P.K. Vasudeva. 25. WTO and Indian agriculture with special reference to Punjab/P.S. Rangi. 26. Growth performance of productivity in Indian agricultural sector/Sanjeev Gupta and R.S. Bawa. 27. Natural resource management and productivity enhancement through organic agriculture/Sukhbir Kaur and Harpinder Singh. 28. Agricultural accounting a tool for improving productivity efficiency and efficacy in the agriculture sector/Dharminder Singh Ubha. V. Information technology 29. Structure of I.T. Industry and its policy implications/Inderjeet Singh. 30. ERP systems planning design and implementation model/Ashim Raj Singla and D.P. Goyal. 31. Role of software complexity metrics in productivity/Rajinder Singh. 32. CRM an additive tool for competitiveness/Dalbir Singh Narender Singh and Hawa Singh. 33. IT solutions for service providers in education a TQM approach for global competitiveness/H.J. Ghosh Roy. 34. E governance for productivity improvement in administration an Indian perspective/Kulwant Kaur. 35. CRM increasing organisational competitiveness/Jasmine Bansal. 36. E governance a tool for increasing government productivity/Deepak Kaushik. 37. Role of ERP systems in increasing productivity and competitiveness/Shikha Kakkar. 38. E business a must for globalization/Manav Jindal Sanjeev Bansal and Ruchi Jindal. 39. IT in agriculture an effort for improving global competitiveness of Indian farmer/Meera Bamba. Index. Competitiveness in the market place is no longer seen as a matter of concern only for the companies competing in the market but also for the state. B. Seller Inventory # 56038

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Sawalia Bihari Verma

Published by University Book House, Jaipur (2004)

ISBN 10: 8181980174 ISBN 13: 9788181980175

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About this Item: University Book House, Jaipur, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I. Preface. 1. An overview of environmental laws an overview environmental laws legal compliances/Ketan Madia ACS. 2. Dealing with decibel/Gargi Gurtu. 3. Smuggline and the ozone layer/Meenu Mishra. 4. Biomonitoring an environment quality assessment tool/Chetna Anand. 5. Environmental concerns ISO 14000 an eye opener/M. Ramapriya. 6. Dividend through Electronic Clearing Service (ECS) practical aspects/R. Ravi. 7. International environmental consumerism problems policy and law/R.K. Nayak. 8. Cleaning our rivers/Nandita Moitra. 9. Alternative automotive fuels towards cleaner environment in India metros/S.B. Verma. 10. Improving environment of rural area by providing necessary facilities/I. Mohan. 11. The poverty alleviation programmes and environment/I. Mohan. 12. Creating environmental awareness/I. Mohan. 13. Environment and quality of life in rural areas/A.A. Siddiqui. 14. Environmental degradation in rural areas problems and suggestions/Pawan Kumar. 15. People's participation in environmental protection/Gautam Bhattacharya. 16. Environmental protection and sustainable agriculture/A.K. Sah. 17. Role of cooperatives in environment protection/U.M. Shah. 18. Joint forest management has come to stay/M. Kamal Naidu and Andhra Pradesh. 19. Water an original elixir of life/Chaitanaya N. Sathe and R.S. Lokhande. 20. Dioxins molecules of death/Ratna Singh. 21. Barefoot women solar engineers/Olivia De Willermin. 22. Management education in India need for a fresh look. Vol. II. Preface. 1. Environment protection and the tenth plan/Srikanta K. Panigrahi. 2. Climatic change implications for national security/Upendra Choudhury. 3. Combating air pollution in India/Satyanarayana Pattnaik and Mahasweta Pattanik. 4. Agriculture and climate change/Debashis Chakraborty and Saon Banerjee. 5. Environment consideration in road projects/D.K. Pandey. 6. Air pollutants on health/S.B. Verma and Jawahar Singh. 7. Environmental impact on child personality development /Sujay Mitra. 8. Sea turtles and their conservation/Basudev Tripathy. 9. Urban environment water supply and sanitation/R. Elango and S. Ramachandran. 10. Sustainable agriculture and improved environment/Jaagdish Chandra Paul and S.D. Sharma. 11. Gandhi and environment/Srikanta K. Panigrahi. 12. Green productivity growth in harmony with nature/S.A. Khader. 13. Corporate business social responsibility/Sitesh Bhatia. 14. Taxing global business/Badar Alam Iqbal. 15. Remuneration for professional services rendered by directors a case for review of legal restrictions/Ajay Jain. 16. Politics of global warming/Mahendra Pandey. 17. Legal and procedural framework for environmental clearance of developmental projects/J.K. Moitra. 18. Environmental laws at a glance/A.N. Prasad. 19. Environmental law an international perspective/Justice Ashok A. Desai. 20. Environmental legislation challenges of enforcement/Dilip Biswas. 21. Laws and institutions for control of pollution in India/R.C. Trivedi. 22. Legal regulation of hazardous substances in India/Furqan Ahmad. 23. Salient Features Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act 1981/Desh Bhandu. 24. Breach of the doctrine of public trust in environmental protection/Virendra Kumar. The book Environmental Law Pollution and Management is a compendium of papers contributed by distinguished personalities consultants and academicians. It has been designed to meet long felt need. The venture focusses upon the following aspects Gandhi and environment. Green productivity growth in harmony with nature. Agriculture and improved environment. Corporate business social responsibility. Climatic change implications for national security. Barefoot women solar engineers. Effect of air pollution on health. Environmental conservation in road projects. Poverty alleviation programme and environment. Environmental degradation in rural areas. People's participation in environmental protection. Environmental law an international perspective. International environmenta. Seller Inventory # 55301

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Rajbir Singh and Radhey Shyam

Published by Global Vision Pub, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8182201969 ISBN 13: 9788182201965

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About this Item: Global Vision Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. Introduction/Rajbir Singh and Radhey Shyam. I. Bio Psychosocial indicators 1. Bio psychosocial indicators of well being/Samreen Hasan Khan. 2. Happiness its sociodemographic correlates/Sunita Malhotra. 3. Body mass index as an indicator of blood pressure and general health/Punam Devi Rajbir Singh and Bhateri. 4. An empirical study of social support and well being among the elderly/Shivani Mohan and P. Pant. 5. Organisational role stress and social support among private sector employees/Vimla Asnani and Kiran Inguva. 6. Impact of social support on health and adjustment of women retirees/Shyodan Singh. II. Gender difference and well being 7. Gender difference in psychosocial and physical functional status among the elderly/D. Chao N.K. Chadha Piyusha Majumdar and Ritu Sharma. 8. Social roles personality and well being a study of post graduate female teachers/Sunita Malhotra Sapna Sachdeva Nair and Gagan Jyoti. 9. Influence of marital status on the quality of life among the Naga elderly/D. Chao. 10. Health problems among male and female smokers/Pooja Gupta and P.K. Mona. 11. Fear of sexual Abuse of daughters amongst Indian mothers/S. Kapur and P. Pant. 12. Impact of locus of control and gender differences on depression a developmental analysis/M. Ghufran. III. Mental health and personal adjustment 13. Subjective wellbeing comparison between drug dependents and non dependents/Promila Batra and Jitender Dahiya. 14. A study of mental health and personal adjustment of middle and late adolescent girls/Arti Bakhshi Ruby Charak and Pallavi Sachdeva. 15. A study of health care behaviour in relation to health locus of control and age/Asiya Aijaz and Shaheena Ishrat. 16. A comparative study of locus of control and anxiety in pregnant and non pregnant women/Swati Mukherji. 17. Psychological well being among the inmates of Central Tihar Jail New Delhi an exploratory endeavour/S. Mitra and P. Pant. IV. Stress and psychoneuroimmunology 18. Stress in relation to toxic and non toxic TABP emotional control and coping style/Sunil Kumar and C.R. Darolia. 19. Role of psychosocial stressors on the function of human immune system psychoneuroimmunologic approach/H.S. Asthana. 20. Clinical hypnotherapy as a method of psycho neuro immunomodulation in HIV/AIDS/Urmi Nanda Biswas. V. Occupation and health 21. Stress and health relationship among middle managers role of locus of control/A.P. Singh L.K. Mishra and A.K. Singh. 22. Health implications of working at call centres/Rajbir Singh and Swati. 23. Effect of coping as a moderator in the relationship of stress and depression among managerial personnel/A.P. Singh S. Kumar and S. Sharma. 24. Attributional style as a source of psychological health of unemployed youth/Surajmal Anil Kumar Ravinder Jit and Karan Singh Yadav. 25. Emotional intelligence a construct of health promoting behaviour in organizations/Gurpreet Bajaj and Vinod K. Shanwal. 26. Well being of employed and unemployed youth a comparative study/Shalini Singh and Swati. VI. Diseases and interventions 27. Psychological auditing and costing as a healing technique in resolving stress in life and work/V.L. Chauhan. 28. Duration of diabetes and subjective well being/Promila Batra and Savita Ahlawat. 29. An empirical study comparing the quality of life of adolescents suffering from epileptic and non epileptic seizures/A. Bhatia and P. Pant. 30. Healing the healers a closer look at stress and well being among the mental health professionals/Vandana Singh. 31. Community counselling a proactive approach to well being/Waheeda Khan. VII. Indigenous approach of well being 32. Indian view of happiness and peace/Vidhu Mohan. 33. Yoga and health/Prem Verma. 34. Spirituality and well being/Latha. 35. Spirituality and mental health a correlational study/Naved Iqbal and Himakshi Bhardwaj. 36. Impact of Yogasana on the mentally challenged an observation/Sunita Malhotra D.K. Diwan and Mukesh Kumar. 37. Prakriti and well bein. Seller Inventory # 63281

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Mohan Bhatia

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ISBN 10: 1904339433 ISBN 13: 9781904339434

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Mohan Bhatia

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