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K. Ravichandra, C. Beena & Renuka Regani

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About this Item: Global Vision Publishing House, New Delhi, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # 235085

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Published by Richard Heby (2017)

ISBN 10: 0996624392 ISBN 13: 9780996624398

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About this Item: Richard Heby, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Beechwood Review 3, featuring minimalist writing art from 52 talented writers and artists. The contributors to this edition are: Al Ortolani, Barbara A Meier, Bette Pesetsky, Brendan Zietsch, Casey Romaine, Cathryn Shea, Claire Booker, Claudio De Col, Cody Rukasin, Colette Love Hilliard, David He, David J Kelly, Deborah P Kolodji, Duane Locke, E. Martin Pedersen, Elizabeth McMunn-Tetangco, Emily Watterson, Helen Buckingham, J.I. Kleinberg, Jacob P. Lindberg, Jacqueline Masumian, Jerry Dreesen, Jimmy Pappas, Joan McNerney, Johannes S.H. Bjerg, John C. Mannone, John Grey, John Reinhart, Lysa Collins, Mahan L. Ellison, Marcus Benjamin Ray Bradley, Mark Danowsky, Mark J. Mitchell, Michael Meyerhofer, Michael Morell, Nick Froumis, Noel Armstrong, Rand al Thor, Rebecca Harrison, Renuka Raghavan, Richard King Perkins II, Richard Stevenson, Rick Tarquinio, Robert Beveridge, Robert Ronnow, Robert Witmer, Ryan Garesio, Sergio A. Ortiz, Steve Klepetar, Steven Ray Smith, W. Jack Savage, and wayne f burke. Including visual art, poetry, and long-form writing, BR3 is a bolder take on Beechwood Review. The art focuses on striking minimalism with an abstract feel. This iteration of Beechwood Review incorporates many hybrid and experimental poems. With a focus on visual moments, you ll find various styles of English language haiku and related Japanese styles. BR3 also includes new experimental American styles of poetry. Included in this edition are haiku, senryu, one word poems, erasure poems, blackout poetry, and the like. The fiction non-fiction selections feature flash, short stories, and creative non-fiction. Seller Inventory # APC9780996624398

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Published by Richard Heby (2017)

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About this Item: Richard Heby, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Beechwood Review 3, featuring minimalist writing art from 52 talented writers and artists. The contributors to this edition are: Al Ortolani, Barbara A Meier, Bette Pesetsky, Brendan Zietsch, Casey Romaine, Cathryn Shea, Claire Booker, Claudio De Col, Cody Rukasin, Colette Love Hilliard, David He, David J Kelly, Deborah P Kolodji, Duane Locke, E. Martin Pedersen, Elizabeth McMunn-Tetangco, Emily Watterson, Helen Buckingham, J.I. Kleinberg, Jacob P. Lindberg, Jacqueline Masumian, Jerry Dreesen, Jimmy Pappas, Joan McNerney, Johannes S.H. Bjerg, John C. Mannone, John Grey, John Reinhart, Lysa Collins, Mahan L. Ellison, Marcus Benjamin Ray Bradley, Mark Danowsky, Mark J. Mitchell, Michael Meyerhofer, Michael Morell, Nick Froumis, Noel Armstrong, Rand al Thor, Rebecca Harrison, Renuka Raghavan, Richard King Perkins II, Richard Stevenson, Rick Tarquinio, Robert Beveridge, Robert Ronnow, Robert Witmer, Ryan Garesio, Sergio A. Ortiz, Steve Klepetar, Steven Ray Smith, W. Jack Savage, and wayne f burke. Including visual art, poetry, and long-form writing, BR3 is a bolder take on Beechwood Review. The art focuses on striking minimalism with an abstract feel. This iteration of Beechwood Review incorporates many hybrid and experimental poems. With a focus on visual moments, you ll find various styles of English language haiku and related Japanese styles. BR3 also includes new experimental American styles of poetry. Included in this edition are haiku, senryu, one word poems, erasure poems, blackout poetry, and the like. The fiction non-fiction selections feature flash, short stories, and creative non-fiction. Seller Inventory # APC9780996624398

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C Renuka; R C Pandalai and C Mohanan

Published by Kerala Forest Research Inst, Peechi (2002)

ISBN 10: 8185041393 ISBN 13: 9788185041391

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About this Item: Kerala Forest Research Inst, Peechi, 2002. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Nursery and silvicultural techniques for rattans. 2. Introduction i. Flowering and fruiting. ii. Fruits. iii. Propagation methods. 3. Diseases of rattans i. Seedling diseases. ii. Seedling damping off. iii. Seedling collar rot. iv. Seedling blight. References. 9 pp. Seller Inventory # 52164

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C Renuka and K M Bhat

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About this Item: Kerala Forest Research Inst, Peechi, 2002. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Rattans of Kerala i. Distribution. ii. Collection and processing or raw material. iii. Species. 3. Rattans procured from North Eastern India i. Species. 4. Rattans procured from Andaman and Nicobar islands i. species. References. Glossary. Illustrated glossary. Utilization potential of Indian canes. 26 pp. Seller Inventory # 52174

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C Renuka

Published by Kerala Forest Research Inst, Peechi (1999)

ISBN 10: 8185041199 ISBN 13: 9788185041193

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About this Item: Kerala Forest Research Inst, Peechi, 1999. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. 1. Introduction. 2. Distribution. 3. Economic importance. 4. Morphology of palms. 5. Wild palms. 6. Cultivated palms. 7. Ornamental palms. References. Glossary. Index to scientific names. From the foreword This monograph dealing with indigenous as well as exotic palms of commercial and ornamental value is a timely effort facilitating their easy identification which will be an important step towards their conservation. It is hoped that this handmark publication on palms will not stimulate further research but will be equally useful to students researchers and foresters and others interested in palm taxonomy. 73 pp. Seller Inventory # 52181

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C Renuka

Published by Kerala Forest Res Inst, Peechi (1992)

ISBN 10: 8185041067 ISBN 13: 9788185041063

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About this Item: Kerala Forest Res Inst, Peechi, 1992. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Introduction. 1. History. 2. Study area. 3. Distribution. 4. Habitat. 5. Morphology. 6. Germination and the seedlings. 7. Phenology. 8. Extraction and processing. 9. Utilization. 10. Present status. 11. Conservation. Bibliography. Glossary. Index to scientific names. From the foreword Rattans or canes the climbing palms of the family Arecaceae form one of the most useful forest resources utilised for the manufacture of a wide variety of furniture and articles of decoration. They provide gainful employment to many people in rural and remote areas particularly among the tribal people. Western Ghats of Southern peninsular India with its rich tropical evergreen rain forests form one of the few ideal habitats in India for these plants to flourish. There are about 25 species of Calamus known from South India. During the recent years large scale extraction of Rattans coupled with deforestation for various other activities have caused alarming depletion of the natural populations of these plants. Conservation protection and mass multiplication are some of the methods needed to be undertaken urgently to maintain a sustainable resource base for these valuable plants. In order to undertake these activities scientifically a proper understanding of the identity morphological peculi arities distribution and population structure of these plants is the first basic necessity which alone can give the researcher the basic clues for understanding the genetic diversity. In this respect the present work which treats taxonomically 19 species of canes found in South India assumes great importance as a commendable basic step. The Kerala Forest Research Institute has been surveying and studying the rattan resources of South India since 1983. The long field experience and research by the author and her colleagues has resulted in this comprehensive taxonomic account of Calamus in Kerala. This work provides key to the species for their correct identity detailed descriptions and distributions. It also throws light on the rarity of several species leading to the endangered status. 61 pp. Seller Inventory # 53833

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C. Beena,K. Ravichandra,Renuka Regani

Published by Global Vision Publishing House (2007)

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About this Item: Global Vision Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The main objective of this book on Psychological Well-being: Correlational and Intervention Studies is to stimulate researchers in the field to concentrate on mote intensive and focused research which result in designing viable psychological interventions to promote holistic health across the life span. It is a collection of 17 research articles contributed by researchers from different parts of the country, highlighting the Psychological well-being across the life span. The major areas covered are ? the role of teachers in shaping lives of students, well-being of the disabled and their families, well-being of special groups, impact of work environment on well-being. Besides, the volume also included research studies exploring the impact of psychological interventions on promoting mental health for leading a better quality of life. Printed Pages: 246. Seller Inventory # 46534

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C. Renuka

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About this Item: Kerala Forest Research Institute, 2000. Soft cover. Condition: As New. Contents: Foreword. Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Rattans of Kerala. 3. Diagnostic morphological characters. 4. Conservation. 5. Field key to rattans of Kerala. 6. Species description. References cited. Glossary. Index to scientific names. Index to Malayalam names. Seller Inventory # 52167

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C. Beena,K. Ravichandra,Renuka Regani

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About this Item: Global Vision Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The main objective of this book on Psychological Well-being: Correlational and Intervention Studies is to stimulate researchers in the field to concentrate on mote intensive and focused research which result in designing viable psychological interventions to promote holistic health across the life span. It is a collection of 17 research articles contributed by researchers from different parts of the country, highlighting the Psychological well-being across the life span. The major areas covered are â€" the role of teachers in shaping lives of students, well-being of the disabled and their families, well-being of special groups, impact of work environment on well-being. Besides, the volume also included research studies exploring the impact of psychological interventions on promoting mental health for leading a better quality of life. Printed Pages: 246. Seller Inventory # 46534

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M Soundarapandian

Published by Dominant (2003)

ISBN 10: 8178881403 ISBN 13: 9788178881409

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About this Item: Dominant, 2003. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. 1. Growth of small scale industry during liberalisation/Ganesamurthy and S. Manickam. 2. Impact of liberalised import-export policies in small scale industry sector/C. Renuka. 3. Impact of economic reforms-Indian and global perspectives/S. Karuppaiyan. 4. Industrial policy resolution on small and cottage industry-a review/A. Meenakshi Sundara Rajan. 5. Role of district industries centre in promoting small scale industries/S. Annepeppet Sophy. 6. Women's participation and income generation through self help groups-an analysis/Vengatesa and Santha Govind. 7. Production planning and inventory control in small scale industries/A. Sundaram and Muaaz Hussein Mohammad Ibrahim. 8. Energy use pattern in agricultural sector/D. Soloman Raj. 9. Information technology in rural farm business management/M. Soundarapandian and N. Sivakumar. 10. Role of information technology in agro based SSI/K.R. Ravishankar. 11. Growth performance of small scale food processing industry/S.R. Choodambigai and Shyamala Murthy. 12. Industrial Co-operative Tea Manufacturing Industry in India and lessons from Kenya/Samwel Kakuko Lopoyetum. 13. Growth and development of fishing industry/M. Soundarapandian and S. Jestina Jeyakumari. 14. Coir industry and industrial co-operative in Tamil Nadu/M. Soundarapandian and S. Jagadees Pandi. 15. Export performance of hosiery garment with special reference to Suthan garments, Tirupur/N. Kannan Nair and P. Muruganandan. 16. Impact of new economic policy on small scale industries/M. Soundarapandian and C. 196 pp. Seller Inventory # 49009

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D V Gandhi

Published by Indraprastha Prakashan

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About this Item: Indraprastha Prakashan. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Abdulla, Farooq. 2. Abdulla, Omar. 3. Advani, Lal Krishna. 4. Ajit Singh. 5. Alexander, P.C. 6. Alva, Margaret. 7. Amar Singh. 8. Amarinder Singh. 9. Antony, A.K. 10. Arjun Singh. 11. Azad, Ghulam Nabi. 12. Azmi, Shabana. 13. Badal, Prakash Singh. 14. Banatwalla, G.M. 15. Banerji, Mamata. 16. Bardhan, A.B. 17. Basu. Jyoti. 18. Bharati, Uma Shree.19. Bhatia, R.L. 20. Bhattacharjee, Budhadeb. 21. Chamling, Pawan. 22. Chandra Shekhar. 23. Chatterjee, Somnath. 24. Chautala, Om Prakash. 25. Chidambaram, P. 26. Chowdhury, Renuka. 27. Dasmunsi, P.R. 28. Deshmukh, Vilas Rao. 29. Deve Gowda, H.D. 30. Dhumal, P.K. 31. Digvijay Singh. 32. Dikshit, Shiela. 33. Fernandes, George. 34. Gandhi, Maneka. 35. Gandhi, Sonia. 36. Gehlot Ashok. 37. Goel, Vijay. 38. Gogoi, Tarun. 39. Gujral, Inder Kumar. 40. Gupta, Chaman Lal. 41. Hedge, R.K. 42. Heptulla, Najma. 43. Jagmohan. 44. Jaitley, Arun. 45. Jamir, S.C. 46. Jaswant Singh. 47. Jayalalithaa. 48. Jethmalani, Ram. 49. Jogi, Ajit. 50. Joshi, Manohar. 51. Joshi, Murli Manohar. 52. Kalyan Singh. 53. Kamal Nath. 54. Kanshi Ram. 55.Karan Singh. 56. Karunakaran, K. 57. Karunanidhi, M. 58. Khanduri, B.C. 59 . Khurana, Madan Lal. 60. Khurshid, Salman. 61. Koshiyari, Bhagat Singh. 62. Krishan Kant. 63. Krishna, S.M. 64. Krishnamurthy, Jana. 65. Mahajan, Pramod. 66. Malhotra, Vijaykumar. 67. Manmohan Singh. 68. Maran, Murasoli. 69. Marandi, Babulal. 70. Mayawati. 71. Modi, Narendra. 72. Mukherjee, Pranab. 73. Naidu, Chandrababu, N. 74. Naidu, Venkaiah. 75. Naik, Ram. 76. Narasimha Rao, P.V. 77. Narayanan, K.R. 78. Nayanar, E.K. 79. Nitish Kumar. 186 pp. Seller Inventory # 43185

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Sarthak Sengupta(ed)

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About this Item: Inter-India. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. I. 1. New Horizons in biological anthropology/Indera P. Singh. 2. Anthropological considerations on the distribution of the diego blood group system/Hubert Walter. 3. Ethnogenesis of Indian muslims/S.H.M. Rizvi and Shibani Roy. 4. Palmar creases : a review/T. Shyamacharan Singh. 5. Health status of Indian tribes : an overview/G.C. Ghosh. 6. Morbidity experience and health care use among the lepchas : a micro-level study of two religious groups/Barun Mukhopadhyay. 7. Population affinities based on environmentally sensitive anthropometric variables: a study among nine telugu populations with contrasting socio-economic and physical activity backgrounds/B. Mohan Reddy, A. Nirmala and P. Chengal Reddy. 8. Segregation distortion of ABO blood groups in a Bengalee population/A.R. Banerjee, S.C. Pal and A.R. Bandyopadhyay. 9. Genetic markers in red blood cells of the people of north-east India : a glance/Renuka Das. 10. History of population genetic research on globin gene distribution in northeast India/Ranjan Deka. 11. Origin of high frequency of Haemoglobin E in the bodo populations of northeast India/Gebhard Flatz. Seller Inventory # 10627

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P R Chari; Mallika Joseph and Suba Chandran

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ISBN 10: 8173045038 ISBN 13: 9788173045035

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About this Item: Manohar. Condition: As New. Contents: Introduction. Keynote address/J.S. Verma. 1. Refugees migrants and internally displaced persons in South Asia: an overview/P.R. Chari. 2. Humanitarian concerns and security needs: Sri Lankan refugees in Tamil Nadu/V. Suryanarayanan. 3. Bhutan: creating statelessness a recipe for regional instability/Tapan Kumar Bose. 4. Still waiting for a better morrow: a decade of Burmese refugees in Bangladesh/C.R. Abrar. 5. Towards a national refugee law for India/T. Ananthachari. 6. Resolving the refugee problem: a role for human rights organizations/D.R. Kaarthikeyan. 7. Bangladeshi migrants in India: towards a practical solution a view from the North Eastern frontier/Wasbir Hussain. 8. Refugees in South Asia: security threat or a security tool?/Suba Chandran. 9. The Bihari Muslims of Bangladesh: in a state of statelessness/Zarin Ahmad. 10. Managing the internally displaced in Sri Lanka/Renuka Senanayake. 11. Managing refugees: the role of UNHCR in South Asia/Sumbul Rizvi. Index. South Asia has 14 percent of the world's refugee population and is the principal source and host of refugees. The causes behind the displacement political instability armed conflict lack of resources and so on in South Asia and its immediate neighborhood have not declined but in fact have been increasing; and the security threats posed by the refugees and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) is set to increase given the lack of resources and poor governance prevalent in the region. Yet none of the countries in South Asia have signed any major convention or treaty at the international level in regard to refugees; nor have they any national legislation or regional framework to deal with these issues. A comprehensive study focusing on the various dimensions of displacement in South Asia including refugees migrants stateless persons and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) was felt imperative by the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies. Acknowledging non traditional sources of insecurity as being the cornerstone of human insecurity the IPCS had commenced to focus on a range of non military threats to security including drug trafficking terrorism refugees organized crime governance and environmental issues. The current volume with specific focus on migration and displacement is a small step in that direction. 221 pp. Seller Inventory # 50660

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C Mohanan; K C Chacko; K K Seethalakshmi; S Sankar; C Renuka; E M Muralidharan and J K Sharma

Published by Kerala Forest Research Inst, Peechi (2002)

ISBN 10: 8185041334 ISBN 13: 9788185041339

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About this Item: Kerala Forest Research Inst, Peechi, 2002. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. The scenario of forest laws and rules governing tree growing in public and private lands/S. John Joseph. 2. Obstacles for forest development in India/N.S. Adkoli. 3. Policy legal issues regard to tree farming on private/community lands in India/A.K. Sharda and M.V. Ramakrishna. 4. A national policy for agroforestry/R. Jambulingam. 5. People and forest trees extension interventions for bridging the gap/S. Gopakumar A.V. Santhoshkumar and K. Gopikumar. 6. Bamboos forests and laws/K. Sukumaran. 7. Potentials of bamboo in agroforestry in India/J.S. Rawat T.P. Singh and R.B.S. Rawat. 8. Bamboo sector development in the north east challenges and opportunities/Krishna Govind Prasad. 9. Status of bamboo resources and its utilization in Tripura/S.K. Pandey. 11. Bamboo and its uses in homestead a case study in the Titabar Block of Jorhat district of Assam/Anup Chandra Vijay Rawat Rashmi Rekha Kalita R. Borah and H. Mishra. 12. An insight into the utilization pattern of bamboo and canes in handicraft industries of Assam and Manipur/S. Pattanaik T.C. Bhuyan K.C. Pathak . K.K. Sharma C. Deka B. Meitram R.C. Singh and H. Kaur. 13. Status of bamboo Rattan and medicinal plant cultivation in Assam/S.K. Sen. 14. Studies on management of natural bamboo (Dendrocalamus strictus) in foot hills of Himalayas of Haryana State/R. Ramesh Singh. 15. Sustainable harvesting and marketing of bamboo species in Uttaranchal/Sharmila Ribeiro and Jack Croucher. 16. Problems of bamboo growers in Madhya Pradesh/P.K. Chowdhary. 17. Bamboo productivity and marketing in Cauvery Delta Region Tamil Nadu/R. Jambulingam. 18. Economics of bamboo grown on private and community lands/M.S. Haque and S. Kannapiran. 19. Some policy changes for promoting rattan industry in Kerala/P.K. Muraleedharan K.K. Seethalakshmi V.P. Raveendran and K. Sreelakshmi. 20. Bamboo cultivation and traditional bamboo sector in Kerala/Madhu Narayan Baby. 21. Bamboo cultivation near forest areas problems and apprehensions/K.C. Koshy. 22. Legal and other constraints in growing harvesting and selling of bamboo and timber/Tony Thomas Kizhakkekara. 23. Trees growing on community/private lands in Jammu and Kashmir policy and legal issues in their cultivation and utilization/P. Patnaik. 24. Issues in the development and utilization of natural resources in Uttaranchal/P. Todaria and D.S. Chauhan. 25. Policies and legal issues for agroforestry practices in Chhattisgarh/Sunil Puri. 26. Private forest legislation in India and Madhya Pradesh Lok Vaniki Act 2001/Pankaj Srivastava. 27. Policy and legal issues in cultivation and utilization of bamboos and forest trees in private and community lands in Maharashtra/S.K. Bali and Subramanian. 28. Cultivation and utilization of forest trees in private and community lands in the state of Goa/Rajiv Kumar. 29. Forest laws need to have a progressive legislation/A.C. Lakshmana and R.M. Palanna. 30. Problems in cultivation and utilization of forest trees and medicinal plants in Tamil Nadu/Siddappa S. Viswanath C.H. Muralidhara Rao and S. Saravanan. 31. Legal and procedural constraints in growing cutting (harvesting) transporting and selling of timber/A.N. Singh. 32. Impact of legal amendments made in Tamil Nadu in promoting tree cultivation in farmlands/K.S. Neelakantan. 33. Managerial and legal issues of teak plantations in the farmlands of South India/Julien Demenois Anne Heurtaux and Denis Depommier. 34. Legal procedural and other constraints in growing harvesting transporting and marketing of the products in Kerala/A.K. Goyal. 35. Forest policies and issues outside forests Kerala context/M. Govindan Kutty. 36. Production of industrial forest produce in private lands policy and legal issues/T.K. Raghavan Nair. 37. Woody perennials in the farmlands of Kerala policy and legal issues/B. Mohan Kumar and K.V. Peter. 38. Issues impeding growing and use of trees and other forest species in Kerala a stakeholder analysis/U.M. Chandrashekara K.A. Ab. Seller Inventory # 52155

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C. Beena,K. Ravichandra,Renuka Regani

Published by Global Vision Publishing House (2007)

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About this Item: Global Vision Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The main objective of this book on Psychological Well-being: Correlational and Intervention Studies is to stimulate researchers in the field to concentrate on mote intensive and focused research which result in designing viable psychological interventions to promote holistic health across the life span. It is a collection of 17 research articles contributed by researchers from different parts of the country, highlighting the Psychological well-being across the life span. The major areas covered are â€" the role of teachers in shaping lives of students, well-being of the disabled and their families, well-being of special groups, impact of work environment on well-being. Besides, the volume also included research studies exploring the impact of psychological interventions on promoting mental health for leading a better quality of life. Printed Pages: 246. Seller Inventory # 46534

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edited by Narayan Choudhary and Gibu Sabu M

Published by Parimal Publications (2011)

ISBN 10: 8171103839 ISBN 13: 9788171103836

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Anil Bhuimali,Bipul Malakar

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About this Item: Serials Publications, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. The goal of achieving equality, development and Peace depends largely on active participation of Men and Women in all facets of economic, social and Political life. This is true for all economies and Societies irrespective of their Level of development. Equal participation of men and women in decision-making provides a Balance in the society. This is very much needed to strengthen Democracy and. its proper functioning. The Wave of globalisation, as Rangarajan considers (Rangarajan, 2000), creates two major concerns. In the first place, it has intensified inequality in the distribution of Income among Countries and even within countries. Secondly, it is said that Globalisation weakens national sovereignty. This will deter countries taking independent Decisions in the Domestic matters. Due to globalisation and for a variety of reasons developed countries are not able to concentrate in some areas of production. It has thus treated a gap in Demand Supply situations and the gap has ultimately been filled in by the developing countries. The share of developing countries in total World output has increased remarkably from 17.9 per cent in 1988 to 41.2 per cent in 1995 and again to 40.4 per cent (excluding the share of Israel) in 2000. The shares of whole Asia during the same periods of time were 7.2, 29.4 and 25 per cents respectively. Remarkable development has also occurred in the growth rate. The growth rates of the developing countries both in terms of GDP and per capita GDP have been greater than that of the developed countries. It is true that growth rates in the developing countries were much Higher in 1990s than in 1980s. Growth rates have rising trends in almost all the developing countries of Asia even today. Analysing data for the whole of Asia as a Unit we find that developing countries are advancing very fast especially since 1980s and they have achieved substantial gains. At the same time, there are some countries which have become increasingly marginalised in the world economy. Contents: Foreword I. INTRODUCTORY OVERVIEW : 1. Introductory Overview II. Women AND Education : 2. Progress of Literacy Among Santal Women in West Bengal : An Analysis/Maniklal Adhikary & Shrabanti Maity 3. Growth of Primary Education in Andhra Pradesh (With Special Reference to Regional Variations)/D. Pulla Rao 4. Female Education and Infant and Child Mortality in India : An Empirical Analysis/D. Pulla Rao 5. Progress of Women Education in Eastern Bengal and Assam (1905-1911)/Mahmuda Khatun 6. Literacy in North Bengal Perspective : A Review/Biplab Chakraborty 7. Disparity in Female Literacy and Sex Ratio in Andhra Pradesh : An Analysis/D. Pulla Rao 8. Problems of Dropouts in Primary Education : A Study in East Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh/D. Pulla Rao 9. Tertiary Education and Student Migration from India to USA/Bhaskar Chaudhuri 10. Privatisation of Higher Education in India/Mukta S. Adi 11. Human Rights Education in India/M. James & G. Michael Rosario III. STATUS OF WOMEN : 12. Status of Indian Tribal Women : An Analysis/Maniklal Adhikary & Shrabanti Maity 13. Status and Suffering of Women in India : An Empirical Study with Respect to Access to Drinking Water in Rural Areas/Amlan Majumder 14. Social Justice and the Agency of Women : The Kerala Story/Renuka Pillay, Meenakshi Rishi & Kishore C. Kulkarni 15. Self-Help Groups and Women Empowerment in India/Abdul Hadi 16. Women`s Autonomy in India : An Empirical Study Based on National Family Health Survey/Amlan Majumder IV. GLOBALISATION, DEVELOPMENT & HUMAN RIGHTS : 17. Right to Health and Life : A Case Against Product Patenting of Pharmaceuticals in Developing Countries/Harpal Kaur Kliehra 18. The Global Network and Human Rights/K. Sandhya Rani & B. Govinda Reddy 19. Child Labour : Human Rights Violation/R. Hari Doss & S. Suresh Printed Pages: 455. Seller Inventory # 45356

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About this Item: ZSI. Paperback. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Introduction/J.M. Julka. 2. Physiography/J.M. Julka and H.S. Mehta. 3. Protozoa/R.N. Mukherjee and A.K. Das. 4. Porifera/H.S. Mehta and R. Paliwal. 5. Cnidaria/J.M. Julka and R. Paliwal. 6. Bryozoa/J.M. Julka. 7. Mollusca/K.V. Surya Rao and S.C. Mitra. 8. Oligochaeta/J.M. Julka and R. Paliwal. 9. Hirudinea/Mahesh Chandra. 10. Arachnida : araneae/Bijan Biswas.11. Crustacea : zooplankton/K. Venkataraman. 12. Crustacea : decapoda/H.C. Ghosh. 13. Ephemeroptera/V.D. Srivastava. 14. Odonata (Adults)/Arun Kumar. 15. Odonata (Larvae)/Arun Kumar. 16. Mantodea/T.K. Mukherjee and M.S. Shishodia. 17. Dermaptera/G.K. Srivastava. 18. Orthoptera/M.S. Shishodia and S.K. Tandon. 19. Aquatic and semi-aquatic hemiptera/Animesh Bal and R. C. Basu. 20. Aquatic Coleoptera/S. Biswas. 21. Lepidoptera : butterflies/G.S. Arora. 22. Lepidoptera : moths/D.K. Mondal, S.K. Ghosh and M. Majumdar. 23. Hymenoptera : aculeata/K.K. Ray and R.N. Tiwari. 24. Diptera/P. Parui and Manu Mukherjee. 25. Pisces/H.S. Mehta. 26. Amphibia/H.S. Mehta. 27. Reptilia/H.S. Mehta. 28. Avifauna/Anil Mahabal. 29. Mammalia/N.K. Sinha. No. 23098 187 pp. Seller Inventory # 38735

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Anil Bhuimali,Bipul Malakar

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About this Item: Serials Publications, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. The goal of achieving equality, development and Peace depends largely on active participation of Men and Women in all facets of economic, social and Political life. This is true for all economies and Societies irrespective of their Level of development. Equal participation of men and women in decision-making provides a Balance in the society. This is very much needed to strengthen Democracy and. its proper functioning. The Wave of globalisation, as Rangarajan considers (Rangarajan, 2000), creates two major concerns. In the first place, it has intensified inequality in the distribution of Income among Countries and even within countries. Secondly, it is said that Globalisation weakens national sovereignty. This will deter countries taking independent Decisions in the Domestic matters. Due to globalisation and for a variety of reasons developed countries are not able to concentrate in some areas of production. It has thus treated a gap in Demand Supply situations and the gap has ultimately been filled in by the developing countries. The share of developing countries in total World output has increased remarkably from 17.9 per cent in 1988 to 41.2 per cent in 1995 and again to 40.4 per cent (excluding the share of Israel) in 2000. The shares of whole Asia during the same periods of time were 7.2, 29.4 and 25 per cents respectively. Remarkable development has also occurred in the growth rate. The growth rates of the developing countries both in terms of GDP and per capita GDP have been greater than that of the developed countries. It is true that growth rates in the developing countries were much Higher in 1990s than in 1980s. Growth rates have rising trends in almost all the developing countries of Asia even today. Analysing data for the whole of Asia as a Unit we find that developing countries are advancing very fast especially since 1980s and they have achieved substantial gains. At the same time, there are some countries which have become increasingly marginalised in the world economy. Contents: Foreword I. INTRODUCTORY OVERVIEW : 1. Introductory Overview II. Women AND Education : 2. Progress of Literacy Among Santal Women in West Bengal : An Analysis/Maniklal Adhikary & Shrabanti Maity 3. Growth of Primary Education in Andhra Pradesh (With Special Reference to Regional Variations)/D. Pulla Rao 4. Female Education and Infant and Child Mortality in India : An Empirical Analysis/D. Pulla Rao 5. Progress of Women Education in Eastern Bengal and Assam (1905-1911)/Mahmuda Khatun 6. Literacy in North Bengal Perspective : A Review/Biplab Chakraborty 7. Disparity in Female Literacy and Sex Ratio in Andhra Pradesh : An Analysis/D. Pulla Rao 8. Problems of Dropouts in Primary Education : A Study in East Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh/D. Pulla Rao 9. Tertiary Education and Student Migration from India to USA/Bhaskar Chaudhuri 10. Privatisation of Higher Education in India/Mukta S. Adi 11. Human Rights Education in India/M. James & G. Michael Rosario III. STATUS OF WOMEN : 12. Status of Indian Tribal Women : An Analysis/Maniklal Adhikary & Shrabanti Maity 13. Status and Suffering of Women in India : An Empirical Study with Respect to Access to Drinking Water in Rural Areas/Amlan Majumder 14. Social Justice and the Agency of Women : The Kerala Story/Renuka Pillay, Meenakshi Rishi & Kishore C. Kulkarni 15. Self-Help Groups and Women Empowerment in India/Abdul Hadi 16. Women`s Autonomy in India : An Empirical Study Based on National Family Health Survey/Amlan Majumder IV. GLOBALISATION, DEVELOPMENT & HUMAN RIGHTS : 17. Right to Health and Life : A Case Against Product Patenting of Pharmaceuticals in Developing Countries/Harpal Kaur Kliehra 18. The Global Network and Human Rights/K. Sandhya Rani & B. Govinda Reddy 19. Child Labour : Human Rights Violation/R. Hari Doss & S. Suresh Printed Pages: 455. Seller Inventory # 45356

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S Nakkiran and D John Franklin

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8176295558 ISBN 13: 9788176295550

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. BPO tremendous growth opportunities presidential address/M. Settu. I. Genesis and importance of Business Process Outsourcing 1. The genesis of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO)/K. Kanagaraj. 2. Business Process Outsourcing what and why/M. Ashok Kumar and S. Selva Kumar. 3. Business Process Outsourcing significance/M. Krishnaveni. 4. Business Process Outsourcing scope and challenges/S. Nakkiran and Uma Rani N. 5. Business Process Outsourcing need of today (with reference to make or buy decisions)/P. Rajendran and S. Sathyasundari. II. Concept of Business Process Outsourcing 6. The concept of BPO/S. Renuka Devi and C. Radha Priya. 7. Emerging concepts of Business Process Outsourcing/Ashok Kumar and S. Selva Kumar. 8. Fast developing world of Business Process Outsourcing/H. Kavitha Susan Abraham and R. Nirmala. III. Models based on Business Process Outsourcing 9. Business Process Outsourcing models and application/K. Aiyadurai. 10. Business Process Outsourcing new business model/P. Sivakami and P. Palanivelu. IV. Business Process Outsourcing in the Indian context 11. Business Process Outsourcing in India/T. Kalakumari. 12. BPO in India and US an overview/S. Johnsi and N. Nirmala Devi. V. Current trends in Business Process Outsourcing 13. Current trends in BPO/Dani Jose. 14. Business Process Outsourcing in India/K. Kavitha and S. Jaishri. 15. Current trends in BPO/R. Sharmila and J. Ramya. 16. Current trends in Business Process Outsourcing/P.S. Venkateswaran. 17. Business Process Outsourcing and the Indian business/G. Yogeswaran and G. Rameshpandi. VI. Opportunities in Business Process Outsourcing 18. BPO the next wave of opportunity for India (with special reference to IT enables services)/G. Themozhi and C. Jeyabharathi. 19. Business opportunities customer relation management/V. Mahesh Kumar. 20. BPO in India a SWOT analysis/V. Rathika. 21. Outsourcing in India a SWOT analysis/P. Bruntha and S. Hema Prasanna. 22. BPO a SWOT analysis/V. Sridhar and S. Lakshmi Narasimhan. 23. Prospects for India in BPO/G. Ramesh and S. Manikandan. 24. Business Process Outsourcing opportunities/R. Parameswaran and K. Jothi. 25. Business Process Outsourcing in India gaining momentum/R. Saradhamani. 26. Role of BPO in India/S. Vimala and S. Kausalya. 27. Emerging opportunities for Business Process Outsourcing in the present scenario and outsourcing service activities/A. Latha. 28. Business opportunities for India from BPO strategy/J. John Irudaya Sudhakar A. Velanganni Joseph and V. Saravanan. VII. Future challenges and strategies 29. Business Process Outsourcing current trends and future challenges/R. Ramachandran. 30. Business Process Outsourcing current trends/Gayathri R. Kumutha Devi K. and Rajapriya M. 31. Business Process Outsourcing current trends and future challenges/A. Ramachandran. 32. Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) current trends and future challenges/K. Sivagami. 33. Business Process Outsourcing current trends and future challenges/Sheeba Thomas. 34. Business Process Outsourcing opportunities and challenges/D. Ram Kumar. 35. BPO dimensions of threat (resist) factors/S. Arunachalam. 36. Business Process Outsourcing future challenges and strategies/Prabu Doss K. and Immanuel Babu. 37. Business Process Outsourcing current trends and future challenges/V. Vadivel. 38. BPO contracts underlying issues and challenges/S. Jaya Bharathi. 39. Business Process Outsourcing current trends and future challenges/J. Vijayprakash and B. Nagarajan. VIII. Business Process Outsourcing in various sectors 40. Indian manufactured products outsourcing trend or trap/D. Vijayalakshmi. 41. Business Process Outsourcing an overview of financial sector/N. Saravana Bhavan. 42. Emerging strengths in engineering and healthcare BPO of India/S. Mercia Selva Malar and M. Gomatheeswaran. 43. HR outsourcing in India/Susan Abraham R. Nirmala and H. Kavitha. 44. A peep into BPO in finance and accounting/K. Ganesan and A. Panneerselvam. 45. Busine. Seller Inventory # 52237

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P Adinarayana Reddy and M C Reddeppa Reddy

Published by Discovery, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8183561306 ISBN 13: 9788183561303

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About this Item: Discovery, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. List of contributors. I. Linkage between universities and NGOs present status and future directions 1. Linkage between universities and NGOs/K. Nachimuthu G. Vijaya Kumari. 2. Problems and prospects of university NGO partnership NGOs point of view/M.C. Reddeppa Reddy and D. Ramakrishna. 3. University and NGOs certain interventions/T. Kumaraswamy K.G. Bharathi and G. Eswaraiah. 4. Linkage between universities and non governmental organisations present status and future directions/N. Venkataiah. 5. Linkage between NGOs and universities status and future strategies/N. Jayakumar Rao. 6. Establishing future linkages between universities and NGOs/M. Subbarao. 7. University NGO linkage a new dimension to extension programmes/V. Reghu. 8. Changing role of NGOs in the development programmes/T.G. Ramaiah. 9. University and NGOs partnership/B.S. Vasudeva Rao. 10. Collaboration programmes through partnership/Bhalba Vibhute. 11. Linkage between the university and the corporate NGO/Renuka Narang. II. Human resources availability and requirements for NGOs the role of universities 12. Convert human resource into resourceful assets/C. Ramakanta Sharma. 13. Collaborative roles of university and NGOs for life education and better services/M.C. Reddeppa Reddy. 14. Products of universities vis a vis mission of NGOs/M. Ramaswamy. 15. Role of universities in building a strong NGOs through human resources an innovative experiment/K. Prabhakar K. Penchalaiah J.G. Thirupal and A. Paparao. III. Review and updating of the curriculum of PG and diploma courses 16. Review and updating of the curriculum/G.V.R.R. Prasad. 17. Review and updating the curriculum of post graduate and diploma courses from adult to lifelong learning/Rajesh and J.K. Dixit. IV. Integrated development role of NGOs and universities 18. Role of NGOs and universities in integrated development process/P. Adinarayana Reddy and D. Uma Devi. 19. Integrated development role of universities and NGOs/K. Sudha Rani and G. Hussain Reddy. 20. Integrated approach of NGOs and universities towards community development a perspective/B.S. Vasudeva Rao Syam Atluri and G. Viswanandha Gupta. 21. A policy dialogue between universities NGOs and corporate sector for social development/S. Vijaya Kumar. 22. Community development role of universities and NGOs/A. Janitha Begum and G. Lokanadha Reddy. 23. Grassroot organisations and universities for rural development some viewpoints and concerns/R. Venkata Ravi and V. Narayana Reddy. V. Dissemination of development and welfare programmes and research findings 24. Project on AIDS control among colleges students/Kapali. 25. Development and welfare programmes role of universities and NGOs/K. Nachimuthu and G. Lokanadha Reddy. 26. Bridging the gap between theory and practice through participation/S. Sumathi. 27. Dissemination of development measures role of universities and NGOs/P. Adinarayana Reddy and D. Uma Devi. Index. Recognizing the efficient performance of the NGOs in terms of involvement administration services the government has involved them in implementation all its welfare programmes. The universities are also involved in community development through their outreach activities. In view of the involvement of government NGOs and universities in community development requires coordination among them so as to impart life education and to improve the quality of social service activities and to avoid the duplication of efforts and wastage. The present volume is conceived to pool the experiences and expertise of the universities and NGOs to analyse the present status problems encountered and to formulate future strategies for better linkage between them. The book will provide a good insight into the bondage between universities and NGOs and provide tips to the administrators for better co ordination between them and research areas for the academicians. 234 pp. Seller Inventory # 61764

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Neelam Grover and Kashi Nath Singh

Published by Concept, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8180690741 ISBN 13: 9788180690747

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About this Item: Concept, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Profile of Prof. A.B. Mukerji. Introduction. I. Methodological statements 1. The cultural geographer's interest in regions/Robert H. Stoddard. 2. The development of Indian geography/Allen G. Noble. 3. Civilization and development some critical reflections on the understanding of terms case of India/Dirk Bronger. 4. A cultural geographical analysis of an Indian village some conceptual and methodological statements/Neelam Grover. II. Impressions of culture on landscape 5. Evolution of folk house types in Maharashtra/Jaymala Diddee. 6. Three rural house types of the Ravi River Valley a culturo geographical analysis/Bhupinder Singh Marh. 7. The changing rural house type of Punjab an expression of socio economic and cultural change/Mehar Singh. 8. Gujar settlement morphology in the Beas Sutlej Kandi an evolutionary perspective/D.S. Manku. 9. Evolution of field pattern in a Punjab village/Daljit Singh. 10. Cultural basis of Bhoja flurform in the Siwalik Hill Kanet landscape/Neelam Grover. 11. Themes in colonial urban landscape in India a study of bungalow names in the hill stations/K.D. Sharma. 12. Social areas as analytical category in urban morphogenesis and townscape studies some examples from North India/K.D. Sharma. 13. The Indian city a Conglomeration of culture (Case of Ahmedabad)/Anjana Desai. 14. Kipling's Calcutta literary glimpses/Ramesh C. Dhussa and Theodore I. Erski. 15. Cosmic order and cityscape of Varanasi (Kashi) sun images and cultural astronomy/Rana P.B. Singh and John McKim Malville. 16. Hindu cosmology and the orientation and segregation of social groups in villages in Northwestern India/Jaipal Singh and Mumtaz Khan. III. Culture process and change 17. Interaction exchange and the dynamics of linguistic acculturation Portuguese loan words in Bengali and Marathi languages/Swapna Banerjee Guha and Sumit Guhathakurta. 18. Sequential changes in occupational structure and resource availability among the Katkari of Maharashtra/Renuka Patnaik. 19. West Indian emigration to Canada 1968 87 an analysis/Maurice Carney and Ashok K. Dutt. 20. AIDS diffusion patterns and containment policy USA and India/Anupa Mukhopadhyay and Ashok K. Dutt. 21. Commercial activities in hilly regions tradition vis a vis options a case of a tea garden/Nasreen Ahmed and Razia Sultana. 22. Tibetan life in exile momentum of change and socio cultural adaptation/Champa Mitra and Mamta Desai. IV. Culture traits and distribution 23. Regional preferences for food some aspects of food habit patterns in India/A.K. Chakravarti. 24. Geographic perspectives on literacy and educational levels in North East India/H.N. Sharma. 25. Caste and territory boundaries of socio cultural regions/Irina Efremova. V. Cultural ecology 26. The Nilgiris of Tamil Nadu India as a distinctive upland island/William A. Noble. 27. Conservation practices and religious idiom a case study of Bishnois of India/M.H. Qureshi and Suresh Kumar. 28. Cultural adaptation in the river islands (Char areas) of the Brahmaputra Assam/Abani K. Bhagbati. 29. Majuli a unique ecological entity/Ananda Hazarika. Index. This festschrift in honour of Prof. A.B. Mukerji one of India's pioneer cultural geographers addresses various issues concerning cultural geography. Containing 29 papers contributed by eminent geographers from India and abroad it covers a wide array of cultural concerns such as the methodological statements impressions of culture on the landscape cultural processes and change cultural traits and distribution and cultural ecology. The book will be of great interest to the researchers in the field of cultural geography anthropology sociology and history and shall provide inspiration to the Indian geographers to further research investigate and explore cultural variations in the Indian space. 470 pp. Seller Inventory # 50979

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K.V. Peter

Published by New India Publishing Agency (2011)

ISBN 10: 9380235488 ISBN 13: 9789380235486

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Contents Foreword Preface Acknowledgement Chapter 1: Geographical Indications in horticulture by Elsy, C.R. and Mridula N. Chapter 2: Emerging trends in bioinformatics by Keshavachandran, R., Reena, N. and Nancy Thomas. Chapter 3: Chemistry of Fragrance by Shamina Azeez. Chapter 4: Advances in development of salt and water stress tolerant plants by Vanaja T. Chapter 5: Physiology of dormancy by Passam, Harold C and Alexopoulos, Alexios A. Chapter 6: Principles of preservation and packing to improve quality and extend shelf life of fresh horticultural produce by Bakshi, A.K. and Aggarwal Poonam. Chapter 7: Graft incompatibility by Masayo Kawaguchi, David Backhouse, Acram Taji and Masayuki Oda. Chapter 8: Role and symptoms of deficiency of micronutrients in horticultural crops by Nirmala Devi, S. and Sadhan Kumar P.G. Chapter 9: History of bioinformatics by Keshavachandran R. and Nancy Thomas. Chapter 10: Entomology in India - a historical perspective by Sosamma Jacob. Chapter 11: Ecofriendly approaches for the management of pests and disease of horticultural crops by Nakkeeran S., Renuka Devi P and Marimuthu T. Chapter 12: HELO priming in vegetable crops by Krishna Kumar K. Chapter 13: Controlled atmosphere storage of fruits by Sudhakar Rao, D.V. Gopalakrishna Rao, K.P. and Narayana C.K. Chapter 14: Physiology of fruit ripening by Dhillon W.S. and Gill P.P.S. Chapter 15: Trade in floriculture by Sheela Jayagopan. Printed Pages: 364. Seller Inventory # 65375

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P Adinarayana Reddy

Published by The Associated Pub, Ambala Cantt (2007)

ISBN 10: 8184290543 ISBN 13: 9788184290547

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About this Item: The Associated Pub, Ambala Cantt, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Prof. D. Janardhana Reddy. List of the authors. I. Literacy and socio economic development 1. Literacy and socio economic Development/G.V.R.R. Prasad. 2. Impact of literacy on socio economic development/Baluchamy and C. Senthil Kumar. 3. Digital literacy in the socio economic development in India/N. Vijaya. 4. Basic education for socio economic development a study of Mahaboobnagar District/B.V. Raghavendra M.N. Swarna and B.S. Rao. 5. Impact of education on social development/K. Narasimhulu and G. Thulasi Ram. 6. Patterns of literacy and educational levels in the North Eastern Region of India/U.A. Shimray. 7. Promote literacy with human face/C. Ramakantha Sarma. II. Literacy and rural development 8. Literacy and rural development present status and further directions/P. Adinarayana Reddy D. Uma Devi and M. Mahadeva Reddy. 9. Literacy and rural development/V. Jagadeswari. 10. Literacy key indicator for sustainable development/M.V.S.S. Prakasa Rao and Y. Bhaskaracharyulu. 11. Literacy for rural development/P.P. Satyanarayana Rao. 12. Rural Development Programmes/T. Kumaraswamy and E.B. Chowdary. 13. Disparities in educational deprivation of children/M. Sundara Rao. 14. Women empowerment and poverty alleviation micro finance a way to rural development/K. Govindappa. III. Higher education and development 15. Higher education for rural human resource development/J. Livingston Philip and K. Parthasarathi. 16. Role of higher education institutions in the development of rural human resources/A. Selvaraj Gnanaguru. 17. Role of higher educational institutions in promotion of rural human resources/N. Amareeswaran and C. Manchala. 18. The role of Indian Universities in promoting rural development a case study of Jharkhand/Asha Singh and K.P. Singh. 19. Higher education institutions in dissemination of knowledge/Sugon Bhatia. 20. University community partnership for enhancing youth employability/Sween. IV. Globalization and human resource development 21. Globalization and the role of department of adult and continuing education and extension/Renuka H. Narang. 22. Scientific literacy for development and industrialization/M.C. Reddeppa Reddy. 23. Global development on employment potential of tourism industry/M. Rajkumar and M. Rajadurai. 24. Enhancing employment of youth through University extension in the age of globalization/J.P. Dubey. 25. Media for sustainable human resources development/J.P. Dubey. 26. Education in the knowledge age/D. Chenna Reddy. Globalisation has paved a way for sharing the dividends of natural resources by the competent people without any discrimination. In this process the people with required competencies are surging ahead leaving behind the general population. Recognizing the potentialities of the masses the Government has taken up a number of programmes to enhance their productive skills among them. The universities are also participating in the race to equip the people with required information knowledge through its extension dimension. The Department of Adult and Continuing Education of S.V. University is in fore front in these activities. The present volume is an output of a National Seminar organized on literacy rural development and industrialization. The papers included in this volume tries to explain conform or establish the role of literacy in multifaceted development of the individual and the Nation as whole. The book will be useful for the researcher policy makers programme planners and field factionary to understand the consequences of the literacy in the present day context of globalization. 300 pp. Seller Inventory # 65571

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T Sudha and M Usha Rani

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About this Item: Discovery, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Synopsis. 1. Pros and Cons of various approaches to associative classification/Sireesha Rodda. 2. Data mining a shocking wave for bioinformatics/A. Bindu and A. Bhavani. 3. Privacy preserving data mining using multi group and multi authority randomised response technique/P. Vasudeva Reddy B.H. Nagarajasri G. Anjan Babu and M. Padmavathamma. 4. Data mining CRM in business applications/V. Venkata Narayana and A. Kanaka Durga. 5. Application of data mining techniques to earth science data/M. Usha Rani and R.J. Ramasree. 6. Spatial clustering algorithms and its application to geographic databases/T. Sudha and K.L. Mary Rani. 7. Data mining and its impact on business/B. Indira. 8. Data mining for extraction of knowledge from spatial and non spatial database/I.V. Murali Krishna. 9. Social impact of data mining/J. Katyayani. 10. Computer aided semi product selection and design/D. Subramanyam K. Ravindranadh G. Krishnaiah and S.V.K. Varma. 11. Data mining for business competitiveness/C.S.G. Krishnamacharyulu. 12. Data mining applications in business prospects and problems/Lalitha Ramakrishnan. 13. Data mining for library services/D. Prabhavathi. 14. A data mining system for classifier development using CPAR Classification based on predictive association rules/V.N.L. Mythili Gollapudi. 15. Spatial knowledge management system with web based architecture/M. Nagabhushana Rao A. Rama Mohan Reddy and P. Govindarajulu. 16. Data mining applications in spectroscopy using Matlab/P. Narasimha Reddy A. Ashok Kumar K. Jagadeswara Reddy and S. Venkatramana Reddy. 17. Role of Cryptography for preserving privacy in data mining/P. Vasudeva Reddy G. Anjan Babu B. Nagarajasri and M. Padmavathamma. 18. Applications of data mining in libraries/D. Rajeswari. 19. A proposal for classifying the Sanskrit documents/R.J. Rama Sree B. Chandra Sekharam G. Sreedhar and M. Usha Rani. 20. Security issues in ATMs and Data mining techniques/P. Renuka and T. Sudha. 21. Data mining trends and applications/S. Sagar Imambi and B. Sunaina Sravanthi. 22. Clustering algorithms for data mining/V. Sireesha. 23. CRM and data mining/N. Sri Rajani and C.S.G. Krisnamacharyulu. 24. Web usage mining preprocessing and pattern discovery/N. Sudhakar Reddy and A.V. Sreeharsha. 25. Knowledge discovery in spatial databases/P. Sumalatha and R. Chandrakala. Applications of Data Mining presents an overview of the state of the art approaches in this new and multidisciplinary field of data mining. The primary objective of this book is to explore the myriad issues regarding data mining specifically focusing on those areas that explore new methodologies or examine case studies. This book constitutes the referred proceedings of the Conference on Applications of Data Mining. The conference was focused on sophisticated techniques and tools that can handle new fields of data mining. 254 pp. Seller Inventory # 70637

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K.V. Peter

Published by New India Publishing Agency (2011)

ISBN 10: 9380235488 ISBN 13: 9789380235486

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Contents Foreword Preface Acknowledgement Chapter 1: Geographical Indications in horticulture by Elsy, C.R. and Mridula N. Chapter 2: Emerging trends in bioinformatics by Keshavachandran, R., Reena, N. and Nancy Thomas. Chapter 3: Chemistry of Fragrance by Shamina Azeez. Chapter 4: Advances in development of salt and water stress tolerant plants by Vanaja T. Chapter 5: Physiology of dormancy by Passam, Harold C and Alexopoulos, Alexios A. Chapter 6: Principles of preservation and packing to improve quality and extend shelf life of fresh horticultural produce by Bakshi, A.K. and Aggarwal Poonam. Chapter 7: Graft incompatibility by Masayo Kawaguchi, David Backhouse, Acram Taji and Masayuki Oda. Chapter 8: Role and symptoms of deficiency of micronutrients in horticultural crops by Nirmala Devi, S. and Sadhan Kumar P.G. Chapter 9: History of bioinformatics by Keshavachandran R. and Nancy Thomas. Chapter 10: Entomology in India - a historical perspective by Sosamma Jacob. Chapter 11: Ecofriendly approaches for the management of pests and disease of horticultural crops by Nakkeeran S., Renuka Devi P and Marimuthu T. Chapter 12: HELO priming in vegetable crops by Krishna Kumar K. Chapter 13: Controlled atmosphere storage of fruits by Sudhakar Rao, D.V. Gopalakrishna Rao, K.P. and Narayana C.K. Chapter 14: Physiology of fruit ripening by Dhillon W.S. and Gill P.P.S. Chapter 15: Trade in floriculture by Sheela Jayagopan. Printed Pages: 364. Seller Inventory # 65375

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M Soundarapandian

Published by Discovery, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8171419798 ISBN 13: 9788171419791

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About this Item: Discovery, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Economic reforms and youth unemployment in India/A. Meenakshi and Sundara Rajan. 2. New economic policy and service sector/M. Regina Mary. 3. Employment implications of economic reforms/Jeyalakshmi. 4. Emerging problems of employment generation in the era of economic reforms/M. Jeyakani and S. Natchathira Jothi. 5. Impact of new economic policy on service sector/V. Santhanalakshmi. 6. Employment in organised and unorganised sector emerging issues and future perspectives/S. David Amirtharajan. 7. Economic reforms and rural industries in India/R. Seerangarajan. 8. Women workers in petrol bunks at Madurai city/N. Namasivayam and S. Vijayakumar. 9. New economic policy some emerging concerns/P. Jeya Baskaran. 10. The impact of economic reforms on rural employment opportunities/K. Sivagami and M. Pushpa and T. Tamilselvi. 11. Impact of new economic policy on service sector with reference to early childhood care and development/A. Shahin Sultana. 12. Rural employment in India after economic reforms/M. Raju. 13. Economic reforms and labour force participation in rural sector/M. Soundarapandian and S. Jagadeespandi. 14. Economic reforms and employment/M. Nagesh Kumari and C. Renuka. 15. Human resource development in the context of economic reforms relating to information technology/G. Themozhi P. Sorubarani and J. Chandrakantha. 16. Impact of reforms on social indicators in India a statistical appraisal/C. Sivapragasam and M. Jeganathan. 17. Impact of economic reforms on Dalits in India/N. Markkendayan and M. Ponniah. 18. Entrepreneurship development under liberalisation/V. Mohanasundaram. 19. Impact of micro credit scheme an economic reform/M. Swaminathan. 20. Entrepreneurship development under liberalisation/A. Venkatachalam and M. Inbalakshmi. 21. Globalisation and human development/K. Alamar and N. Murali. 22. Post reform India emerging trends (with special reference to human resource development)/R. Shashi Kumar. 23. Human resource development in the context of economic reforms/P. Gnana Soundari. 24. Globalisation and stress management/Vanathi Vembar and Venkatesh Kumar. 25. Redundancy redeployment of manpower and training among various sectors in and around the city of Chennai a case study approach/N. Balasubramanian and G. Shankar. 26. Economic reforms its implications on trade unions/S. Pravin. 27. Transformation of local human resources to cope with economic liberalisation and globalisation/Samwel Kakuko Lopoyetum. 28. Economic reforms and HRD in India achievements and future strategy/S. Natchathira Jothi and M. Jeyakani. 29. Economic reforms and human resource development in India/S. Kanagasabai. 30. Redundancy redeployment of manpower and training in banking industries/S. Hasan Banu. 31. Human resource development in the context of economic reforms in India/S. Karuppaiyan. 32. Employment in small scale industries during post reforms period opportunities and challenges/A. Chandraprabha. Index. While going through the past literature on the subject it is also clearly noted that some scholars did attempt examination of the impact of economic reforms on the employment/unemployment situation in India (Visaria 2002 Sen 1996 2002 Sundaram 2001 Dutt 2001 Bandyopathyay and Giri 2001 Chadha 2001 Chandra and Sahu 2002). An attempt has been made to analyse the objective of understanding the magnitude and growth of rural unemployment in India during the pre and post economic reforms periods. This comparison of rural unemployment levels and their growth rates for the periods would facilitate assessing the effect of the economic reforms on unemployment situation. In this context a national level seminar on economic reforms and labour market was organised in our institute. The selected papers presented in the seminar are edited as a book. This work contains 33 contributors of eminent writers including one write up of the editor. This volume examines the impact of economic reforms on the employment level in rural India a. Seller Inventory # 58031

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Talluru Sreenivas

Published by Discovery, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8183560571 ISBN 13: 9788183560573

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About this Item: Discovery, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgements. List of contributors. I. Agriculture 1. Agriculture sector challenges and strategies/Yalamanchili Sivaji. 2. Development of agriculture challenges before emerging India/Pratik Modi. 3. Indian agriculture sector an analysis/V. Narasimha Rao. 4. Liberalization of Indian agriculture a policy approach/R.V. Rao K.C. Sekhar and B. Sambasiva Rao. 5. Prospects of food security under vision 2020/Ch. Thandava Krishna. 6. Indian Tobacco a panorama/K. Butchaiah and N. Badarinarayana. 7. India as a potential cotton producing country/M. Venkateswara Rao and K. Deepthi. 8. Economic reforms the challenges for co operative/B.K.S. Prakasha Rao Y. Srinivasulu and B. Nageswara Rao. 9. Networking of rivers/M. Sathya Sudha. II. Industry 10. Enhancing competitiveness among small and medium enterprises/D. Nagayya. 11. Is Indian industry ready for global competition/R. Jaya Prakash Reddy. 12. Emerging dimensions of Indian industry/P.L. Madhava Rao. 13. Challenges for Indian multinational corporations/K. Jayachandra B. Ramachandra Reddy M. Venkateswarlu and B. Yuvaraja Reddy. 14. Small scale sector emerging scenario/K. Kanaka Durga. 15. Industrial policy of India a bird's eye view/Venkateswara Rao Malapati. 16. Patents implications/G. Bhanu Prakash Babu and Talluru Sreenivas. 17. Quality a competitive strategy for manufacturing a case study of cylinder liners for automobiles/K. Sridhar. 18. Indian pharmaceutical industry opportunities and challenges/Manish Sidhpuria. 19. Vision pharmaceuticals 2010/A. Shankaraiah Rudra Saibaba and S.V. Ramana. 20. Innovative value additions and positioning the next phase of retailing/G. Anjaneya Swamy and Deepak Raajan. 21. Green marketing strategies for sustainable growth/T. Naga Raju. 22. Marketing strategies for rural Indian markets/Sridhar R Iyer. 23. Export promotion industrial parks/D. Nagayya. 24. Development through planned social change experiences from the area of sanitation/Renuka Garg and Priti Garg. 25. Developing rural infrastructure a challenges/N. Chandra Sekhara Rao. 26. Managing the power sector lessons from Andhra Pradesh/M.V.S. Koteswara Rao. Index. Perspectives of Indian agriculture industry and infrastructure are themes sought after by many in various organisations including the academic community for extensive research policy formulation and implementation. Under these four heads a number of specific topics have been covered in this publication through thought provoking papers. These are contributions from specialists associated with research work implementors and practitioners of programmes. The contributors present considerable insights into review of progress gains and shortfalls of implementation and directions for the future. They throw light on what needs to be done for accelerating economic growth at national state and sub regional levels. To enable India to become a developed nation efficiency of the use of physical resources and human resources is vital along with effectiveness of the use of capital advanced technologies and adoption of modern methods of governance. A few of the specific themes covered are (a) Agriculture food security Indian agriculture scenario tobacco cotton dairy development and networking of rivers (b) Industry enhancing competitiveness among small and medium enterprises and Indian industry as a whole patents quality improvement and pharmaceuticals and (c) infrastructure export promotion industries park rural infrastructure power sector. The publication will be highly interesting and useful for all those associated with or interested in a wide range of themes covered here. Policy makers administrators researchers and academics will find this particularly enlightening and showing directions for action oriented programmes as well as for pursuing further research work at micro level. 346 pp. Seller Inventory # 62240

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P. Arunachalam

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ISBN 10: 8183874886 ISBN 13: 9788183874885

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About this Item: Serials Publications, 2011. Contents Preface 1 An analysis of the impact of air pollution on cost of health careV Renuka Devi and Anita Pratibha Revathi Moses 2 Micro Sector-present needGaurang C Barot and Sandip K Bhat 3 ICT and e-governance for rural developmentPradeep Shukla 4 Inclusive growth in India dream or realityPradeep Shukla and Amit Pandey 5 Economics of summer Paddy-jute substitution a profile of environmental costKamal Ray and Chiranjib Neogi 6 From growth to inclusive growth in North East IndiaKanchan Datta and Chandan Kumar Mukhopadhyay 7 Special Economic Zones SEZs and their implication on urban management and regional planning in IndiaSupreena Narayanan and Leela Bhaskar 8 An analysis of progress of millennium development goals in IndiaLeela Bhaskar and Supreena Narayanan 9 Strategic branding in inorganic organizational growthPradeep Shukla 10 Role of Microfinance in poverty reductionPriya Agarwal and Pradeep Shukla 11 A study on women entrepreneurship development through SHGsD Revathi Pandian and G Vasanthi 12 Socio-economic impacts of Special Economic Zones SEZs in India-an ongoing debatePradeep Prajapati 13 Special Economic zones andits impact on agriculture With special reference to IndiaPradeep Shukla and Priya Agarwal 14 Challenges faced by successful women entrepreneurs in Chennai CityK Sindhu 15 Emerging trends in Indian labour market some policy imperativesSubhashini M and S Madheswaran 16 Consumer protection in India in changing economic scenarioSushil Kumar Sen 17 Women empowerment through SHGs in Tamil Nadu a case StudyK Vetrivel and S Janaki Radha Krishnan 18 Economic analysis of floriculture in Tamil NaduA Xavier Susai Raj IndexThe composition of articles numbering eighteen in number have been selected very judiciously and all combined study the problem of Indian Economy and Human Resource Development and relevant aspects linked with the Indian Economy The articles are well researched study papers and provide exclusive and comprehensive information in form of new theories statistics tables etc These articles have national and international distribution and have been presented in seminars and workshops and have been acclaimed by the educational institutions and other clienteles connected the field Theory of economic growth is mainly concerned with identifying the factors responsible for economic growth Recently SEZs have surfaced as one of the most important factor accelerating growth SEZ came to the limelight in 1980 when China as a part of its reform story made SEZ integral part of its industrial policy SEZs over the period of time in China became its engine of growth China has established 400 SEZs majority of it in coastal belt The world took notice of this experiment and decided to initiate it Iran Jordan Poland Russia Peru Philippines Kazakhstan and Ukraine followed the Chinese example India has also joined the list of these countries in implementing the SEZ model for economic growth The article fully covers the story of Chinese experience and SEZs in India starting from Export Processing Zones EPZ in India to SEZ Act 2005 and its establishment in several Indian States The Policy of SEZ has generated a lot of heated debate primarily on the question of land acquisition and the displacement of the agrarian community as results therefrom It contains the history of SEZs in India in complete form and providing relevant information for researchers and students of economics Literature review on SEZ is also comprehensive and worth attention of study In addition to the articles and research and scientific studies summarized above rest of the articles is also relevant matter to the study of economy and its various facets It is hoped that this volume of eighteen articles will serve their purpose of serving the deep study of research scholars and students of economics 231 pp. Seller Inventory # 99549

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