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Mohan Advani and Madhu Sudan Trivedi

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ISBN 10: 8186026673 ISBN 13: 9788186026670

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About this Item: Shiva. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Regional construction, development dialogue and social assessment/N.K. Singhi. 2. Mass media and society/Ram Ahuja. 3. Approaches and area of Rajasthan studies/Iqbal Narain and P.C. Mathur. 4. Chokhala - an intervillage organisation of a caste in Rajasthan/Brij Raj Chauhan. 5. Rajasthan town in framework of Dube's village/Harish Doshi. 6. Cultural dualism and ethnic identity among Kayamkhani/Ramesh Chandra. 7. Feudalism and subaltern tribals/S.L. Doshi. 8. Social mobility among the scheduled castes/C.L. Sharma. 9. Determinants of child marriage/B.S. Nagi. 10. Globalization and neo-folk culture/Naresh Bhargava. 11. Popular culture prints and painters/O.P. Joshi. 12. Composite culture in Eastern Rajasthan/R.C. Swarankar. 13. Towards making of a secular Rajasthan/Madhu Sudan Trivedi. 14. Facets of communal harmony/Suresh Chandra Shrimali. 15. Population, society and religion in Rajasthan/Mohan Advani. 16. Status of women medical professionals/U.R. Nahar. "The book contains empirical studies on multi-dimensional aspects of society and culture in the state of Rajasthan. It analyses the forms of development and social change in Indian context and focuses on global influences which generate transformation in regional as well as local identities. The issues and strategies have been presented in a sociological perspective. Tribe and caste studies delineate the characteristics of feudalism, intervillage organisation, town framework, child marriage and social mobility. Social assessment indicates trends in folk, popular and composite culture. The 168 pp. Seller Inventory # 44957

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K Alam & N C Das

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ISBN 10: 817022876X ISBN 13: 9788170228769

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About this Item: Concept. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. Introduction. 1. Demographic and economic changes in Guwahati since 1972/Pabitra Giri. 2. Growth and changing face of Guwahati since 1972/N.N. Bhattacharyya. 3. Municipal self-government in Guwahati and its utility services/K.M. Deka. 4. Water supply in greater Guwahati- problems and prospects/H. Nath, D. Bhattacharjee and S. Bezbaruah. 5. Problems of potable water in Guwahati city/Kamlesh Kalita and Aswini Kumar Borah. 6. Development problems of the Guwahati/Kabindra Hazarika. 7. Waterlogging and inundation problems of greater Guwahati : a geographical study/S. Sharma. 8. The increasing sewage and inundation problems of Guwahati city : a perspective on environmental geography/M. Kar. 9. Guwahati municipal problems/S.Br. Medhi. 10. Empirical evidence of transport problems in Guwahati city/K. Bez. 11. Problems of road transport in Guwahati city since 1972/C. Sharma and N.N. Bhattacharyya. 12. Guwahati city: problems and some likely solutions/A.K. Afsar Hazarika and Amiyo Kr. Sharma. 13. Some natural and man-made environmental problems of Guwahati/S.K. Sarmah and P. Dattabarua. 14. Retrograding environment in Guwahati: a geographical analysis/Pradip Sharma and Mahfuza Rahman. 15. Guwahati : a hub of industrial and commercial buoyancy of the North East India/Monalisa Choudhury and Nayan Barua. 16. The present capital project of Assam/B. Datta Ray. 17. Education of street children in greater Guwahati : problems and prospects/Gayatree Goswamee. 18. Street food vending in Guwahati : problems and prospects/Mini Bhattacharyya Thakur. 19. Crimes against women 238 pp. Seller Inventory # 37634

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J P Sharma; C B Singh; Meenakshi Chaudhary and Rashmi Singh

Published by Ambica Book Agency, Jaipur (2006)

ISBN 10: 8187118024 ISBN 13: 9788187118022

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About this Item: Ambica Book Agency, Jaipur, 2006. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Sustainable rural entrepreneurship process creating added values for the economy. 2. Dairy farming a profitable enterprise. 3. Income and employment generation through forest and forest based industries. 4. Opportunities and challenges for Indian livestock in context of globalisation. 5. Micro enterprises in agriculture for sustainable development. 6. Fodder supply micro models for peri urban systems. 7. Live stock enterprise a potential sector for employment and income generation. 8. Constraints and strategies in livestock enterprise promotion in India. 9. Rural industries in India issues challenges and strategies. 10. Creating entrepreneurial environment and sustainable development in agriculture through farmers scientists interaction a case study. 11. Piggery micro enterprise an unexploited profitable husbandry for rural people. 12. Value addition of unconventional fiber handicrafts for women empowerment. 13. An innovative strategy for employment generation and rural prosperity in apiculture/Jatropha Curcas. 14. Role of agriculture in rural livelihood. 15. Problems and factors affecting the performance of milk cooperative societies in promoting dairy as a micro enterprise in Punjab. 16. Promoting rural employment through microenterprise development. 17. Women entrepreneurship development. 18. Entrepreneurial opportunities for farm/non farm women Rajasthan. 19. Entrepreneurial opportunities for home science graduates. 20. Commercialization of developed designs from the sculptures of Chaturmukha Jain Temple of Ranakpur. 21. Strengthening Self Help Groups for agro business in Bikaner district concept and component. 22. Rural women empowerment through Self Help Groups. 23. Self Help Group bank linkage and microfinance an Indian perspective. 24. Discovering assets through the community helpers program a Canadian model. 25. Motivation types and sources for self employed rural women. 26. Entrepreneurship development among rural women through bee keeping enterprise. 27. Self Help Groups as catalyst of rural development how they can do it. 28. Impact of Swarna Jayanti Grama Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY) on women beneficiaries in Karnataka a research study. 29. Communication web on micro finance. 30. Sustainable eco enterprises for women's empowerment the role of micro credit. 31. Micro credit basic issues and strategies. 32. Women Entrepreneurs Under Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY) case studies. 33. Micro credit support in promoting women microenterprises. 34. Marketing strategies for microenterprise development. 35. Micro enterprise promotion in rural India interventions needed through vocational education and training. 36. Empowering villagers through micro enterprises. 37. Reorienting farm education for entrepreneurship development and self employment. 38. Notion of value and sustainable development in community mobilization. 39. Role of information technology in promoting rural enterprises. 40. Privatization of extension services for agri enterprises promotion in India. 41. Culture and social animation the community mobilizer. 42. Training and HRD for promoting rural entrepreneurship. 43. Blending technology a systematic approach to empower rural women. 44. Girl child's personality and type of school need for convergence for entrepreneurial growth. 45. Contribution of farm women to family income in rural areas of Bikaner district of Rajasthan. 46. Women and work mapping dimensions of poor women's work in a globalizing environment. 47. Experiences in microenterprise promotion with rural women. 48. Extension strategies to promote entrepreneurship among rural women. 49. Gender issues and entrepreneurship development a case study of rural women's cooperative credit society. 50. Entrepreneurship development programmes towards income generation for rural and tribal women a success story. 457 pp. Seller Inventory # 58936

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Rabi N Misra

Published by Discovery (2014)

ISBN 10: 8183560997 ISBN 13: 9788183560993

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About this Item: Discovery, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Preface. Acknowledgement. List of contributors. 1. Role of women in managing small scale industrial units a study/Sudhansu Sekhar Nayak Anil Kumar Sahu and Rabi N. Misra. 2. Education for Indian women a study on technology education/S.N. Pathi and A.K. Sahu. 3. Marital rape the legal domestic violence/R.P.Sharma. 4. Women education and development/Babilata Shroff. 5. Empowerment of women a holistic approach/Sandhya Rani Das. 6. Women education a harbinger of economic development/Kalpana Sahu. 7. Women education and development in Orissa a paradigm shift/A.S.C. Patnaik. 8. Women education and development/P.K. Chhotroy. 9. Women education and development/Ashok Kumar Panda. 10. Development of scheduled caste women and education/Suresh Kr. Sahu. 11. Education to challenge women oppression/Devdutta Choudhury. Index. It is very clear that in India women are performing an lion's share in the growth and development of the nation. If a larger part remains untouched in education health and socio economic development the development of the nation cannot be turned in a progressive manner. A society can be taken as an ideal society if we acknowledge the strength of women in the light of development. If a large chunk remains untouchable the economic development will be in a regressive manner. In a welfare state like India one can undoubtedly say that education played a vital role in the present juncture of development in India. In the era of globalisation the women are still in the last benches in education health and socio economic stages. Nearly 35 per cent of women are literature in India. They contribute half in population and also have their 1/3 share in the revenue of the country. But they are only 1 per cent owner in the entire property of the country. Mahatma Gandhi Rabindra Nath Tagore and other eminent leaders in India are expressed their view for women education. In spite of this and after six decades of independence we are still in stagnant in education. A mother who is the first teacher of the child and who manages the home is now not regarded in the progress of the state. In the light of this the women education is very secret in the success of every respect of the country. So this book has taken an attempt in collecting various articles from the eminent writers which will throw a good light to the darken side. This book will no doubt be helpful to all the categories of the people organisations and government as a whole. 112 pp. Seller Inventory # 62239

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M D Asthana & Pedro Medrano

Published by Manohar

ISBN 10: 8173044376 ISBN 13: 9788173044373

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About this Item: Manohar. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Foreword. Preface. Introduction/M.D. Asthana. I. Food availability and vulnerability to natural disasters: 1. Demand and supply of food grains in 2020/R. Thamarajakshi. 2. Demand and supply of food and feed grains by 2020/G.S. Bhalla. 3. Agricultural price policy and food security: need for a new paradigm/V.M. Rao. 4. State intervention in grain markets: implications of liberalization for food security/V. Ratna Reddy. 5. Growth of livestock sector in India: implications for food and nutrition security/Anjani Kumar and P.S. Birthal. 6. Food availability and vulnerability to natural disasters/Vinod K. Sharma. 7. Drought proofing: exploring wider options/Amita Shah. 8. Food security in disaster management/Indira Hirway. II. Sustainable livelihood and economic access to food: 9. Nutritional deficiency, poverty and unemployment: trends and interrelations and their implications for food security/Amitabh Kundu. 10. Sustainable livelihood and economic access to food/Nira Ramachandran. 11. Sustainable livelihood, gender and food security in rural India/Saraswati Raju. 12. Food insecurity, coping strategy and livelihood pattern among households in tribal areas of Orissa/Kailas Sarap and M. Mahamallik. III. Nutrition, food absorption and utilization: 13. Approaches to eliminate malnutrition/C. Gopalan. 14. Food security and child rights: two priorities/A.K. Shiva Kumar. 15. Improving the effectiveness of ICDS to fight malnutrition/Meera Chatterjee. 16. Improving school feeding in India/Ute Meir. 17. Care for development: contributions toward a hunger free 592 pp. Seller Inventory # 38656

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M R Biju

Published by Mittal, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8183240844 ISBN 13: 9788183240840

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About this Item: Mittal, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Human rights concept and values/Asok Kumar Mukhopadhyay. 2. Public law of human rights/V.R. Kirshna Iyer. 3. Self descriptive communities an alternative to contextualist discourse of human rights/Prasenjit Biswas and C. Upendra. 4. Human rights evolution issues and challenges/M.R. Biju. 5. Human rights education for empowerment/Vinod Teckchandani. 6. Human rights under globalisation/Ninan Koshy. 7. Human rights of the Indian poor reasons for the poor reach/Subhash C. Sharma. 8. Empowering women by safeguarding their human rights international standards and Indian law/Amita Agarwal. 9. Prevention of custodial violence in the police process/Jacob Punnoose. 10. Constitutional position of human rights in India/Gokulesh Sharma. 11. Rights of the Scheduled Tribes policies and strategies/Meenakshi Hooja. 12. Problem of working children/B.P. Tiwari. 13. Girl child labour in Raksha Industry/Hiteshkumar N. Patel. 14. Problems and perspectives of girl child labour in Tamil Nadu/Godsen Mohandoss. Select bibliography. Index. The concept of human rights has assumed importance globally during the past few decades. Ever since the proclamation of universal declaration of human rights the term human rights has gained currency and has become a crucial element of philosophical social and political debates. While there is increasingly widespread concern for universal respect and observance of human rights gross violation of internationally recognized norms continue unabated in almost all parts of the globe. Countless people around the world suffer from hunger disease and lack of opportunity and they are being denied the enjoyment of the most basic economic social and cultural rights. In a developing society like India where around fifty percent of the population is living below the poverty line and around seventy percent of the population is illiterate and a large number of men and women are living a life of degradation and destitution misery and suffering this subject assumes much greater importance. A number of the fundamental human rights and freedoms enshrined in the Indian constitution have remained on paper and this compels many to rethink about India's commitment and seriousness for these issues. There is a wide gap between rhetoric and reality and sometimes human rights appear more or less a myth in India. Against this background this anthology of articles contributed by renowned academicians jurists and experienced administrators embodies critical analysis of various aspects of human rights both in theoretical and practical terms and makes valuable suggestions for uplifting human rights awareness in India. The volume contains in depth and illuminating discussions on wide ranging issues and areas of human rights viz. public law of human rights impact of globalization on human rights police and human rights human rights and self descriptive communities human rights and empowerment child labour and human rights constitutional position of human rights and tribal development and human rights. 318 pp. Seller Inventory # 58293

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S P Sharma

Published by Vista International, Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8189652583 ISBN 13: 9788189652586

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About this Item: Vista International, Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Nurturing child for development. 2. Parent child connectedness. 3. Shaping child as an individual. 4. Children in schools and educational settings. 5. Teacher preparation for child development. 6. Classroom practices and student learning. 7. Children's self regulation and competencies. 8. Classroom diversity. 9. Child exclusion. 10. Invisible children. 11. Children's need assessment. Bibliography. Index. Child Development is the study or examination of processes and mechanisms that operate during the physical and mental development of an infant into an adult. The study of children should be an important part of every person's life. We cannot communicate with children if we do not understand them. Our lives have been greatly influenced by our childhood and our experiences. This indispensable book on child development helps readers to understand the latest developmental knowledge and apply it in their work with children and families. Readers are provided with an especially clear and coherent understanding of the sequence and underlying processes of child development and the effective topical organization emphasizes to readers the way in which all of the domains of development relate physical cognitive emotional and social throughout the book. This book is intended to ease the task faced by researchers instructors and students who are confronted by the vast amount of research and theoretical discussion in child development and behaviour. 276 pp. Seller Inventory # 60984

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C S Singhal

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About this Item: Associated Pub. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: I. Behavioural management in rural Development: 1. Behavioural management in rural development/Asha Sharma. 2. Human development/Jitendra Mohan. 3. Human inputs involved in rural development/Mahesh Bhargava. 4. Motivational factors for rural development personnel/Akbar Hussain & Mohd. Ilyas Khan. 5. Developing personality effectiveness-a challenge before development personnel/Vandana Deve & R. Rastogi. 6. The psychological aspects of rural development/B.K. Arun & Upinder Dhar. 7. Managing high performance through self-awareness/Bidu Gupta & Narendra Kumar Sharma. 8. Learned helplessness & its implications for rural development/Sanjyot Pethe. 9. Impact of EGO state on managerial creativity/Sanjyot Pethe, Sushma Choudhri & P.K. Gupta. 10. Coping style among industrial employees/ C.P. Khoker & Govind Singh. 11. Marital happiness & counselling/Neelam Sharma. 12. Attitude towards sex & HIV disease/Hema Bhati & Ravi Gunthey. 13. Across generation values in rural area/Amrita Yadav, Nov Rattan Sharma &Sunita. 14. Social burden in families of mentally retarded children/Mamta & Shakuntla Punia. 15. Efforts of control factors on sports & Yoga career/ B.D. Dhila and L.R. Yagnik. 16. Psycho-social factors in women's development/A.N. Singh. 17. Socio-economic status of alcoholics drug- dependents-a study/Ramesh Kumar Bhardwaj. 18. Achievement motivation & socialisation techniques/Nov Rattan Sharma, Sushma Sharma, A.S. Sethi & Amrita Yadav. 19. Cognitive development of babies/Bimla Dhanda, Sudha Chikara. 20. Treatment & preventing of disruptive behaviour through 381 pp. Seller Inventory # 44624

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D B Gurung

Published by Koselee Prakashan, Kathmandu (2003)

ISBN 10: 9993367109 ISBN 13: 9789993367109

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About this Item: Koselee Prakashan, Kathmandu, 2003. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. 1. Nepali nationalism/Harka Gurung. 2. Crisis of governance and modes of conflict resolution in Nepal/Dev Raj Dahal. 3. Civil society and protection of diversity in Nepal/Krishna B. Bhattachan. 4. Managing conflicts between the society and the state explorations into class and identity issues in Nepal/Mahendra Lawoti. 5. Empowerment crisis regional governance and the mixed proportional representation system of election/Alok K. Bohara. 6. Framework for constitutional reforms/Madhukar S.J.B. Rana. 7. Monarchy in Nepal/Prakash A. Raj. 8. Royal massacre in Nepal a lingering mystery/Aditya Man Shrestha. 9. Development partnership for greater aid effectiveness/Devendra Raj Panday. 10. Commissions kickbacks and bribes in Nepal/Bharat Pokharel. 11. Nepal challenges to national security/Karna Bahadur Thapa. 12. Maoist politics in Nepal past present and future/Shreedhar Gautam. 13. The Maoist insurgency/Chuda Bahadur Shrestha. 14. The economic foundations of the current socio political crisis in Nepal/Meena Acharya. 15. Women's status and different forms of violence in Nepal/Prativa Subedi. 16. Gender differences in ancient medieval and modern Nepal/Beena Poudyal. 17. Genuine attention to the plight of women/Laxmi Devi Rajbhandari. 18. Women human trafficking and criminal justice system a need for restructuring/Govind Prasad Thapa. 19. Dalit as the victim of caste system and untouchability in Nepal/Padma Lal Bishwakarma. 20. Children for social change a Nepali perspective/Gauri Pradhan. 21. Harnessing the capabilities of judiciary to meet challenges for expeditious delivery of justice/Kalyan Shrestha. 22. Human rights in Nepal issues and challenges/Padma Khatiwada. 23. Agriculture development in perspective challenges and opportunities for Nepal/Kishore Sherchan. 24. Environmental issues of Nepal/P.K. Jha. 25. Eco tourism/Bharat Kumar Basnet. 26. Health in the Himalayas/Hemang Dixit. 27. Population genetic studies on six ethnic groups of Nepal/Nanda Bahadur Singh. 28. Prosperity of nation and poverty of mind deliberations on a new order of education and Nepal tomorrow/Anand Aditya. 29. Language issues in Nepal/Novel K. Rai and Vishnu S. Rai. 30. Nepali literature a brief comment on poetry and fiction/Tara Nath Sharma. 31. Nepalis writing in English trio on the lead/Pushpa Raj Poudel. 32. Contemporary intellectual climate in Nepal/D.P. Bhandari. 33. Media press power and pressure/Dhruba Hari Adhikary. 34. State press and liberty/Puran P. Bista. 35. Where have all the Gurkhas gone/B.C. Gurung. 36. Lumbini the holy pilgrimage shrine/T.R. Vaidya. 37. Nepali arts and architecture/Lain Singh Bangdel. 38. Bhutan Nepal relationship/D.N.S. Dhakal. The contributors. With its enormous geo ethnic diversity unique history and strategic location Nepal has undergone drastic changes following the democratic restoration of 1990. Sadly despite the proliferation of media and information technology rapid urbanization interconnectivity with the outside world implementation of democratic constitution and open and regular elections the new experiments have just been another rerun of our collective failures. It has really been a wild and bumpy democratic ride. Insurgency deaths devastation economic exploitation social disparities political lacuna and uncertainty mark our present day life. Who can tell what the future has in store for us. This volume with its encyclopedic scope is an intellectual assemblage of thirty nine of the finest minds of the country. What pushes these intellectuals apart is the powerful idiosyncrasy in their subjects of interest and expertise and what pulls them together is the sense of being a Nepali exerted on each of them driven by a common shared vision in an ongoing symbiosis to attempt to steer this stuttering nation toward the golden dawn of tomorrow. Each of these essays stands on its own focuses on contemporary Nepal but without being oblivious of the past and seeks remedies for the social political and ec. Seller Inventory # 52149

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Edited by Jasbir Jain and Veena Singh

Published by Rawat (2004)

ISBN 10: 8170338670 ISBN 13: 9788170338673

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About this Item: Rawat, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. Introduction. 1. Postcoloniality, literature and politics/Jasbir Jain. 2. Towards an Indian theory of postcolonialism/Avadhesh Kumar Singh. 3. Edward Said's orientalism and Abbe Dubois/R.K. Kaul. 4. Gayatri Chakravorty spivak: problematising/speaking the margin/Santosh Gupta. 5. Decolonising the Indian mind: Ahmad and Indian literature/Seema Malik. 6. Ashis Nandy on decolonisation/R.K. Kaul. 7. Destablising meaning: in theory and orientalism/Jasbir Jain. 8. Redefining tradition as resistance: Raja Rao's Kanthapura/Veena Singh. 9. Mythologising Indian freedom movement in Kanthapura/Neelam Raisinghani. 10. Rhythms of language in Raja Rao's Kanthapura/Jyoti Bhatia. 11. Judith Wright's treatment of love/Pradeep Trikha. 12. Race-retrieval in Chinua Achebe's things fall apart/Amina Amin. 13. Proverbial resistance to authority: Chinua Achebe's things fall apart/Supriya Agarwal. 14. Deconstruction of the savage myth in Chinua Achebe's things fall apart/Veena Jain. 15. Too close and yet too far: Naipaul's view of India as a wounded civilization/Purabi Panwar. 16. A technique of stimulation: Naipaul's India: a wounded civilization/M.R. Khatri. 17. Thematic perspectives of culture in Wole Soyinka's death and the king's horseman/Meenu Bhambhani. 18. The unfolding of a text: Soyinka's death and the Kings' horseman/Jasbir Jain. 19. Arun Kolatkar's "Jejuri": a spiritual quest?/Tanuja Mathur. 20. Homecoming of an "exile" after "whoring after English Gods"?/Krishna Sharma. 21. The divided self in Parthasarthy's Rough passage/Veena Jain. 22. Midnight's children: a fantasy/Urmil Talwar. 23. Overlapping territories, intertwined histories: a passage to India/Vijaya Singh. 24. Postcoloniality after 1947: the split identity of the nation/Veena Singh. 25. Moving beyond postcolonial frameworks: home concerns/Jasbir Jain. Index. "Contesting Postcolonialisms is a collection of essays which address the complexity of the term and its myriad meanings. They seek to define, analyse, critique and contest its meanings, its history and implications. In the process of doing so, they are compelled to confront the plurality of its origins and the essential fluidity of the term. It is not possible to draw a linear graph of the development of postcolonialism because of the complexity of the concept. The identifiable political markers are not enough; there are other less visible ones which relate to the production of knowledge and attitudes of mind. Postcolonialism has affiliations with several disciplines. Looked upon both as an emancipatory strategy and a confining one, postcolonialism has both its negative and affirmative aspects. Of the twenty-five essays in this collection, seven are exclusively on theory and theoretical positions and critique and works of major postcolonial theorists like M.K. Gandhi, Edward Said, Ashis Nandy, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak and Aijaz Ahmad. They debate the issues presenting counterpoints to each other. Of the rest, four are on poetry, two each on drama and non-fiction and the rest on fiction, focusing on writers like Raja Rao, P. Parthasarthy, Chinua Achebe, Wole Soyinka, V.S. Naipaul, Salman Rushdie, Arun Kolatkar among others. One essay looks at imperial postcolonialism and two others move beyond postcolonialism. Identifying major postcolonial texts like Kanthapura, things fall apart and midnights children, the writers go on to explore the different conflictual levels and the strategies employed to resist hegemonic structures and to retrieve lost inheritances, sweeping away the residual elements of postcolonial literatures." (jacket). Seller Inventory # 52546

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Edited by D.P. Singh and Manjit Singh

Published by Unistar Books (2005)

ISBN 10: 8186898735 ISBN 13: 9788186898734

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About this Item: Unistar Books, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. About the editors. Contributors. Introduction. 1. Political empowerment of women in Asia/Andrea Fleschenberg. 2. Women empowerment: issues and perspectives/S.P. Srivastava. 3. A historical perspective of women empowerment in India/Manju Kumar. 4. India's roadmap to women empowerment/D.P. Singh. 5. Towards women empowerment in Pakistan/Riffat Munawar. 6. Women empowerment through decentralization in Pakistan: barriers & beyond/Fauzia Yazdani. 7. Political representation of women in Pakistan/Aazar Ayaz. 8. Political tendencies of women in Iran: a point of view/Bahram Navazeni & Seyed Abbas Hashemi. 9. Strategies of empowering rural women/Atual Pratap Singh. 10. Empowering women in context of globalization/Renu Sharma. 11. Collective action for empowering Dalit women in rural Tamil Nadu/Yuka Kawano. 12. Dynamics of political empowerment of women in Haryana/K.K. Mor. 13. Legislations and women empowerment in unorganized sector/Darshan Singh. 14. Empowering women in the unorganised sector/Kalpana Goel. 15. Strategies to eliminate violence against women/Ranjana Sehgal. 16. Preventing domestic violence - a social work perspective/Abraham Perumbrayil Francis and Saradamoyee Banerjee. 17. Ending gender based violence: highlighting the role of men/Sanjay. 18. Women's health: problems and strategies for the elderly/Richa Chaudhary. 19. Gender dimension of HIV/AIDS/B R Siwal. 20. Studies in reproductive health: exploring new methodological perspectives/J. M Choudhary. 21. Working with adolescent girls in problematical situation: a social work perspective/Neena Pandey. 22. Policy options for ending discrimination against the girl child/D.P. Singh. 23. Economic empowerment of tribal Gujjar women through dairy production/Dalip K. Gosain. 24. Status of tribal women in Maharashtra/Santosh Kumar. 25. Gender equity and Islam/Mohd. Habib. "Situation of women in the world in general and in Asian countries like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nepal in particular, is not very satisfactory. In most of the Asian countries, the culture of patriarchy is deeply entrenched and gender biases are perpetuated by men and women as a part of the social order. There is rampant poverty, unemployment, ill health, violence, widespread exclusion and discrimination in all walks of life. Even the basic minimum needs are not being sufficiently met. The women's access to health and education in almost all these countries is inadequate and discriminating. A complex web of cultural, social, and economic factors interact to accord the women a low status. These factors and many more intersect with rigidly defined and enforced gender roles to create a vicious circle of discrimination and deprivation. And that is possibly the reason why the Asian women are still struggling for achieving the goals of women empowerment and development. However, the efforts of these countries to ensure equality, justice and empowerment have certainly made impact towards promotion of over all quality of life of women in terms of health, education, and employment apart from ending violence against them. With this in mind, efforts have been made to compile essays from various scholars of the Asian region, who have been working on diverse issues relating to women development and empowerment. Most of these essays are an outcome of the in-depth analysis done by the authors in their fields situations. These essays elaborate upon many important theoretical and operational issues of contemporary social relevance with regard to women empowerment, health, employment, politics, violence and the girl child. Touching diverse issues relating to women, the papers also present a blue print for further intervention and development. It is hoped that Woman and Empowerment shall prove useful to the policy makers, the researchers and the social activists in helping them achieve the broader goal of women development and empowerment in the Asian region.". Seller Inventory # 59940

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Sawalia Bihari Verma; Sitaram Sharma and Bhushan Lal Lahori

Published by Sarup, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176256463 ISBN 13: 9788176256469

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents I. It and PRIs. 1. E Panchayat role of IT in empowering PRIs/Rajesh K. Jha. 2. IT intervention in local governance/D.K. Ghosh. 3. Raj governance to Swaraj governance/Mahipal. 4. Panchayati Raj Rhetoric and reality/R.M. Varma. II. Empowerment of PRIs. 5. Panchayats story of promises and pitfalls/Rajesh K. Jha. 6. Second generation amends to Panchayati Raj/K. Siva Subrahmanyam. 7. Reforms in Panchayati Raj mending the amendments/K. Siva Subrahmanyam. 8. More powers to Panchayati Raj institutions an overview/Karunakar Patnaik. 9. Why the PRIs have not been empowered so far/Ranbir Singh. 10. Institutionalising Panchayat Raj/Suresh Misra and Rajvir S. Dhaka. 11. Two child norm in local bodies elections who gains and who loses/Karunakar Patnaik. 12. Panchayati Raj and training/Ramesh C. Nayak. 13. Training and re training of Pradhans a game of strategies/Noor Mohammed and Mohad Shahid. 14. Rural governance needs Vibrant Gram Sabha/S.V. Sharan. III. Functions of PRIs. 15. Capacity building of Zila Parishad functionaries/Mahi Pal. 16. Capacity building of Gram Sabha for efficient local governance/S.P. Singh. IV. Role and contribution of PRIs. 17. Community participation in drinking water supply/Ashutosh Jindal. 18. Role of PRIs in drinking water supply/S. Ponuraj. 19. Community participation Panchayati Raj and rural health care/B.K. Pattanaik. 20. Role of Panchayats towards sustainable rural development/Sujit Kumar Paul and Kakali Paul. 21. Primary education and PRIs an overview/S.B. Verma and Bhushan Lal Lahori. V. PRIs in different States. 22. Panchayati Raj in India/S.B. Verma and Sitaram Sharma. 23. Panchayati Raj in Andhra Pradesh yesterday today and tomorrow/S.P. Jain. 24. Madhya Pradesh Panchayati Raj absence of real devolution/Nirmala Buch. 25. Panchayats in Manipur instruments of decentralized development/R.P. Sing and Lal Dena. 26. Panchayati Raj in Gujarat mixed performance/Pravin N. Seth. VI. Peoples participation and PRIs. 27. Panchayati Raj need for public Participation/B.P. Gupta.28. People's participation in decentralized planning/Sitakanta Sethi. 29. Gram Sabha and social audit/George Mathew. VII. PRIs and rural development. 30. Panchayati Raj and development/Mahi Pal. 31. Globalization and decentralized development/Syed Noman Ahmad. 32. Decentralized approach to rural development/Anil P. Joshi. 33. Gram Sabha meeting a turning point/Mahi Pal. Index. The book has been designed to meet a long felt need and it provides realistic picture of democratic decentralisation of powers which cannot be made success unless the mass people take active part in it. 342 pp. Seller Inventory # 60750

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Nalin K Shastree; B R Dugar; J P N Mishra and A K Dhar

Published by Concept, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8180693414 ISBN 13: 9788180693410

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About this Item: Concept, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Blessings from Acharya Mahaprajna. Foreword by L.M. Singhvi. The editorial approach. I. Values in social life 1. Value realization eternal code of ethics/Upadhyay 108 Gyan Sagar Ji Maharaj. 2. Values ultimate destiny of humanity/Nalin K. Shastree. 3. Value education for secular society/Kireet Joshi. 4. The declaration on global ethics in the light of modern physics/Sampooran Singh. 5. Values in the tradition of Indian thinking and values relevant to our contemporary needs/S.P. Banerjee. 6. Purposeful living/K. Rama Rao. 7. Developing values for self development (teacher based activities for professional growth)/M. R. Chilana. 8. Value management and police administration/Ram Arun. 9. Economic development and values/N.M.P. Verma. 10. Ethics in dental profession an overview/Nimish Nimeya. II. Values in teaching profession and education 11. Education in human values for human excellence amidst diversity/Bhoomitra Dev. 12. Trends in value education/B.R. Duggar. 13. Moral values and education/S.R. Bhatt. 14. Good education/R.P. Singh. 15. Value education a new dimension/T. Vasantakumar. 16. Values for university teachers need of the hour/P.N. Muthiah. 17. Modernity vs. value oriented education/J.P.N. Mishra and Anil Dhar. 18. Valuing professional growth image intent and initiatives/Mulk Raj Chilana. 19. Typologies of values for teachers/Shyamanand Singh. 20. Teacher's attitude towards children/V.K. Sabharwal. 21. Value orientation and self understanding in teacher education/Arti Sen. 22. Values in university teaching/Madhulika Paul and V.K. Gupta. 23. Values in higher education a sociological appraisal/Raj Singh and M.L. Sharma. 24. Towards value based management in university education/A.K. Pandey. 25. Value education based on ethics in university leadership with a special reference to the Indian tradition/R.R. Verma. 26. Restructuring teacher education for value orientation/V. Usha Sri. III. Values in business management 27. Managing value based ethical behaviour in business and governance/Shailendra Singh and Kumud Singh. 28. Values and managerial excellence in the changing business environment/Swami Prasad and Shalini Nigam. 29. Values for business managers/V.K. Gupta and Madhulika Paul. 30. Role of business managers/Shalini Nigam Swami Prasad and Puneet Mathur. 31. Values for business managers an integrated approach/D.N. Kapoor and Niraj Gupta. 32. Managerial value system in internationalised business environment/A.K. Satsangi and S.P. Kaushik. 33. Relational values of managers a key to successful training and development programme/Pravin Saxena and Swami Prasad. 34. Values in management and the labour in the perspectives of globalisation/I.C. Awasthi. 35. Whither Humane Governance Searching for values in public administration in India/P. Raghu Ram. 36. Values in public services/Marina R. Pinto. 37. HR Management a holistic value based approach/B.P. Singh A.K. Singh and K.K. Goel. 38. Ethics in advertising/Amish Ameya. Index. This compendium of 38 papers attempts to explore various possibilities which can contribute in developing a consensus for realizing value affirmation in different professions. It has chosen a comprehensive thematic range covering values in social life teaching profession education and business management. This intellectual endeavour operates not only to activate the affective domain of a person but also makes a serious attempt to energies various facets of human consciousness with a view to develop an atmosphere charged with a commitment for value affirmation. 380 pp. Seller Inventory # 61622

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J S Panwar; Navin Mathur and Darshana R Dave

Published by RBSA, Jaipur (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176113182 ISBN 13: 9788176113182

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About this Item: RBSA, Jaipur, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Consumer Movement in India Recent developments and the task ahead/D.P.S. Verma. 2. Information technology and the consumers in the New World Economy/Parimal H. Vyas and Arpana V. Patel. 3. Consumerism Global and Indian Perspectives/Atul Dhyani. 4. Consumerism Global and Indian Perspectives/Raju M. Rathod. 5. Consumer Protection Global and Indian Perspectives/R. Satya Raju and P. Tata Reddy. 6. Higher education GATS and consequences for consumers/Yogesh C. Joshi and Darshana R. Dave. 7. Peoples participation in Consumer Movement problems and perspectives/R.P. Das G.K. Deshmukh and Sanskrity Joseph. 8. Strategies for building the Consumer Movement and increasing consumer awareness/Trilok Kumar Jain and Neeraj Anand. 9. Awareness of Consumer Laws and Rights a case study/Nitin Gupta. 10. Consumer Rights and their enforcement in India/Garima Gupta. 11. Consumer protection in India a legislative overview/A. Kumar and Bharat K. Oza. 12. Consumer Grievance Redressal in India/Deepa Sharma. 13. Awareness of Consumer Protection Measures in Andhra Pradesh/B. Raja Shekhar. 14. Research involving human subjects/Umakanta Sahoo. 15. Strategies for creating awareness and Peoples involvement/Kaneez Fatima Sadriwala. 16. Consumer in the modern era/Kapil Dev Sharma. 17. Towards Consumers enlightened leadership/Subhash Sharma. 18. Environmentalism the future perspective/H.S. Sandhu and Manisha Sachar. 19. Social responsibility of media in a free market economy/J.S. Panwar. 20. Introspection A Panacea for ethical ills of advertising in India/Navin Mathur and G.L. Gaur. 21. Misleading advertising/Rajesh S. Modi and Mayanka Sharma. 22. Advertising to twenty first century children/Milan Agnihotri. Consumer Movement started from the US and later spread to other European countries such as UK The Netherlands Norway Ireland Germany and France. Subsequently it spread to the Asian countries including Japan India and Malaysia. With the advent of competition in the market the movement gained momentum to emerge as a powerful weapon in the hands of consumers. Nevertheless consumers especially in the developing countries still need protection because they are disorganized and individually they have a very weak bargaining power. Many of them are illiterate ignorant and usually lack information to make intelligent purchases. Often they are not in a position to protect their interests while dealing with fully organized united and well informed professional sellers. Historically consumers in India remained as highly neglected and ill treated lots because markets for most essential products and services were sellers markets allowing the manufacturers and traders to keep their one up position vis a vis buyers. The plethora of Consumer Protection Laws has turned out to be a close preserve of the bureaucracy. The legal armory in this regard consists of about thirty laws meant for protecting the consumer directly or indirectly besides the statutory orders that can be enforced under the rule making power of the government at all levels. Yet the kind of protection the gullible consumer is in need of is illusive. This was precisely the reason which prompted us to organize a National Seminar on Consumer Movement in India Strategies for Peoples Involvement at the G.H. Patel Post graduate Institute of Business Management of the Sardar Patel University Vallabh Vidyanagar. The seminar was funded by the UGC under the Departmental Research Support (DRS) Scheme. The papers presented at the Seminar related to four themes 1. Consumer Rights Global v/s Indian Perspectives. 2. Violation of Consumer Rights and Remedial Measures under the Consumer Protection Act (CPA). 3. Strategies for Creating Awareness and Peoples Involvement. 4. Other related issues (advertising ethics environment etc.). The book is a humble attempt to fill in the gap for good reference material on Consumer Movement in India and abroad. 224 pp. Seller Inventory # 66011

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Babita Agrawal

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About this Item: ABD Pub, Jaipur, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. 1. Child Labour in India areas of work effects and elimination/Babita Agrawal. 2. Dimensional analysis of child labour in India/Anil Gupta and Archana Vijayant. 3. Government policies and programmes against child labour/J.C. Pant and Upasna Sharma. 4. Problem of child labour a gravity analysis in context of demand and supply determinants (an empirical study in Urban Agra)/V.P. Tripathi and Deepa Rawat. 5. Education and child labour/Meenakshi Sharma. 6. Child labour its inception development and eradication in India/Pallavi Srivastava. 7. Working children hazardous work/Suman Lata. 8. Child abuse and child labour/Prabha Singh. 9. Bonded child labour in India/Anupam Sharma. 10. The problem of child labour and voluntary sector in India/Sarita Jain. 11. Child labour in India causes and governmental policies/Dipti Rani. 12. A study of child labour and its impact over household income/Bhavna Agrawal. 13. Female work participation and child labour/Deepa Agrawal. 14. Working avenues of child labour in India/Upasna Sharma. 15. Child labour and its impact on their health/Manila Rohatgi. 16. Child labour/Sarika Garg. 17. Child labour in India causes and remedies/Prabha Singh and Arun Kumar Singh. 18. Child labour still a long dream to realise/Shaily Chauhan. 19. Child labour in India governmental policies and the role of education/R.C. Agrawal Babita Agrawal and Sonika Singh. The Child is a soul with a being a nature and capacities of its own must be helpful to find them to grow into their maturely into a fullness of physical and vital energy and the nation Justice P.N. Bhagwati Former Chief Justice of India. Child labour practice is a worldwide phenomenon. Developed countries have also this problem. This problem has given rise to a number of socio economic problems. It is beyond doubt that children are forced by circumstance to do labour in a tender age when they should have been studying in school. These circumstances are poverty unemployment large family illiteracy and ignorance of parents. Besides these poor labour legislation inadequate inspecting machinery absence of provision for compulsory education etc are also some of the reason responsible for child labour. We need lot of efforts not only from the society but also from the government as a whole to tackle this problem. If we want to eradicate this problem all over the world every individual including the employers parents NGO's international agencies have to work together. However with children under 14 years banned from working in factories and homes since 10 October 2006 the government is gearing up for a rehabilitation programme. The Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh also called for the abolition of child labour. In a statement he said arrangements have been made to educate children released from work under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan. The Prime Minister even warned of firm action against those found violating the ban. This book is a collection of various articles to highlight the main issues related to this field. 242 pp. Seller Inventory # 66123

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S B Verma; Shiw Kumar Jiloka and Kannaki Das

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176298840 ISBN 13: 9788176298841

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Rural Education 1. Rural education issues and initiatives/Anant Mital. 2. Free and compulsory education challenges for rural areas/Nalini Juneja. 3. Education of girls building bridges for future/Sandeep Kumar. 4. Backward and forward linkages strengthen primary education/Vimala Ramachandran. 5. Panchayati Raj and education in rural areas/Ajit Kumar. 6. Dropout problem among tribal students at school level/B.R. Kukreti and Manoj Kumar Saxena. 7. Tribal education in India/P.K. Mohanty. 8. Impact of shifting cultivation on primary education/Madhusudan J.V. 9. Status of tribal education/K. Raja Mohan Rao and S. Vaidehi. 10. Evolvement of district information system for education/Arun C. Mehta. 11. Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan/D.K. Padhi. 12. Shifting cultivation and its affect on primary education/Madhusudan J.V. 13. Primary education in rural areas/S. Rajakutty. 14. Linkage between education and business institutions/T.R. Gurumoorthy. 15. Resource education/Anil P. Joshi. 16. Basic education for rural areas/V.S. Gupta. 17. Rural education for social change/Navin Chandra Joshi. 18. Education problems and reforms/S.M. Rafique. 19. Impact of adult education on development in India/S.Y. Shah. 20. Science literacy for a changing future/Narottam Sahoo. 21. Making economic sense of Indian science/R.A. Mashelkar. 22. Publishing exam results on the net/Neeta Verma and M. Kamlakkannan. 23. Universalization of education a challenge/Vijay Kulkarni. 24. India as a knowledge society/K. Venkatasubramanian. 25. Education and policies for physically challenged/Prashant Ranjan Dutt. 26. Education for youth in the global society/Karan Singh. 27. Vocational education for development of rural India/M.M. Luther. 28. Open learning in the context of globalisation/M.M. Ansari. 29. Peace education/S.K. Yerankar. 30. Return to innocence value education in the post modern age/Saswat S. Das. 31. Educational institutions and human values/Bharat Singh Negi. II. Rural Technologies 32. Role of science and technology in sustainable development/R. Dayanandan. 33. Krishi Vigyan Kendras Grass root endeavours in transfer of technology/Nisha Aravind and D. Rakhesh. 34. Rural renaissance through rural technologies/Bharat R. Sant. 35. Rural empowerment through decentralized technology/Anil P. Joshi. 36. National agricultural technology project transcending technology gap/Aditya Keshari Mishra. 37. Institutional linkages for Micro enterprises development/N. Mohanan and V. Kulandaiswamy. 38. Technology development and transfer in mountain areas/Sunil K. Agarwal. 39. Expert system an effective tool for technology transfer/S.C. Sharma and B.L. Dhaka. III. Biotechnology in rural India 40. Biotechnology in India A bird's eye view/S. Natesh. 41. Biotechnology new technology for rural transformation/Gursharan Singh Kainth. 42. Patents in biotechnology/V. Lakshmikumaran. 43. Fingerprinting of a different kind CDFD in service of mankind/Swatantra Radhakrishnan. 44. Biotechnology industry and its future role in Indian economy/Swami Prakash Srivastava. 45. Biotechnology in erosion control and slope stabilization/R.K. Khitoliya. 46. Building global excellence through scientist entrepreneurs/Kiran Mazumdar Shaw. 47. Biotechnology and intellectual property rights/J.P. Mishra. Index. Education in rural areas despite being promoted on a grand scale by the government still struggles for survival. Increase in drop out rate decrease in enrolment rate lack of infrastructural facilities indifferent attitude of teachers towards students and vague understanding of the benefits of education among the parents of rural children are some of the major ills plaguing educational scenario in rural areas. One of the biggest problems facing the spread of education in deprived areas is the timely release of funds from the government. Community participation in education in rural areas not only ensures physical and human facilities at schools but also motivates the teachers to achieve highe. Seller Inventory # 60936

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C P Prakasam and R B Bhagat

Published by Rawat, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8131601218 ISBN 13: 9788131601211

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About this Item: Rawat, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Overview/C.P. Prakasam and R.B. Bhagat. I. Population and environment linkages 1. On linkages between population and environment some evidences from India/Gopal K. Kadekodi. 2. Understanding the linkages between population growth depletion of natural resources and its implications for women a focus on the EAG States/Kamla Gupta and Mohua Guha. 3. Vanishing common property resources and their environmental impact in rural areas examples from two districts of Andhra Pradesh/M. Ramakrishna Reddy. 4. Concern for environmental degradation in India's planning a review/Sancheeta Ghosh. II. Food water and sanitation 5. Population vs. food who is winning the race/Alka Parikh. 6. Water resources in India issues concerns and the new environment policy/Sumati Kulkarni. 7. Towards the need for water ethics for sustainable development/K. Radhakrishna Murty. 8. Water consumption patterns in domestic households in major Indian cities/Abdul Shaban and R.N. Sharma. 9. Environmental health and sanitation facilities challenges for India/T.V. Sekher. III. Urban environment and disaster 10. Urban ecological issues with special reference to Mumbai/K. Sita and Malabika Ray. 11. Cyclones in Andhra Pradesh damages and response/U.V. Somayajulu. 12. Self reported health problems of slum dwellers in Pune/Anjali Radkar. IV. Household environment and health 13. Health during infancy and early childhood in India household environment matters/Usha Ram Avishek Hazra and Sandip Chakraborty. 14. Housing environment and child morbidity in rural Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu an analysis of the NFHS 2 data/N. Audinarayana. 15. Effect of household environment on women's health in North East India/Avishek Hazra Subhra Datta and Mohua Guha. Index. Global environmental changes are occurring in ways fundamentally different than at any other time in our history. Experts say that virtually all of the earth's ecosystems have been significantly transformed through human actions and that 60 percent of them have already been degraded. Population growth movement density and resource consumption are considered to be the main driver and multiplier of many environmental problems not only in India but all over the world. The industrial systems have encouraged the centralization of populations in urban areas leading to the growth of mega cities and relative neglect of rural habitats. These cities have in turn emerged as the main centres of environmental pollution with high density of vehicular traffic industrial activity and growth of slum population. Health is another important area of mediation in the interface between population and environment. Recognizing the need to examine the linkage between population and environment the population environment centre of the international institute for population sciences Mumbai organized a national seminar on Population and environment nexus in October 2005 to which this book owes its origin. The questions raised in the seminar and their responses have been weaved into a four part discussion (i) Population and environment linkages (ii) Food water and sanitation (iii) urban environment and disaster and (iv) household environment and health. In fact population and environment linkages are complex and multifaceted and no single book can do justice to this burning issue of our times. But still it is hoped that this volume would lead to a deeper understanding of the interface between population and environment. 278 pp. Seller Inventory # 65061

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Krishan Sharma; R K Pathak; Shalina Mehta and Indu Talwar

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8183870791 ISBN 13: 9788183870795

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents List of contributors. Preface. 1. Anthropology in health and disease trends chatter of the past hundred years with a vision for the future in view of new challenges facing the human species/Krishan Sharma. I. Tribal health 2. Health management among the Kondh a primitive tribe of District Kalahandi Orissa/Hemanta Bag and A.K. Kapoor. 3. Health care practices of Hakkipikki a tribe in transition/K.C. Tarachand. 4. Cognition of health and disease among the people of Village Karjan District Kullu Himachal Pradesh/Twinkle Pal. 5. Human rights development and tribe a study among the Lahoulis of Himachal Pradesh/Shilipi Gupta and A.K. Kapoor. 6. Caries prevalence oral hygiene and socio economic status in adolescent Gaddis of Himachal Pradesh/Parul Sharma and Krishan Sharma. 7. Health and hygiene of Lamani Tribe a case study of Appenahalli Settlement in Bellary District of Karnataka State/V. Jagadeesh. II. Morphological Variations 8. Prevalence of abdominal obesity with the onset of menopause among post menopausal women of lower socio economic strata of Chandigarh/Dolly Monisha and S.P. Singh. 9. Patterns of body and abdominal adiposity growth in relation to menarche status in Urban and rural Punjabi adolescent females/Krishan Sharma and R. Aggarwal. 10. Physical growth and nutritional status of Scheduled Caste children of Naraingarh Tehsil Ambala District Haryana/Indu Talwar Payal Updesh and Preeti Bajwa. 11. Physical growth among adolescent Brahmin girls of Bhimtal Uttaranchal Pradesh/Kusum Lata Thakur. 12. Respiratory efficiency as affected by exposure to textile dust health status evaluation of textile workers of District Varanasi Uttar Pradesh/Ajeet Jaiswal. 13. Palmar Mainline Index a b Ridge Count and atd Angle among the Madigas of Andhra Pradesh/K. Rajasekhara Reddy. III. Genetic Studies 14. Human genetics in community health practice in India an urgent need of action/R.S. Balgir. 15. Genetic and environmental factors in menstrual characteristics and Premenstrual Syndrome a twin study/Krishan Sharma. 16. Genetic susceptibility to Periodontal Diseases a twin study/Krishan Sharma. 17. ABO Blood Groups Secretor status and dental caries among adolescent children/Krishan Sharma and Tripta. 18. Frequency of ABO (H) Antigens on Red Blood Cells and saliva of Epilepsy Patients/S.K. Pal K. Sharma A. Pathak and S. Prabhakar. IV. Ethics and other aspects of health 19. Legal and ethical imperatives of National Health in India/Abhik Ghosh. 20. Socio personal and psychological problems of inmates of senior citizen homes of Ludhiana (Punjab) an analysis/Archna Handa A.K. Gupta and Balbir Kumar. 21. Dialogues on morality and ethics in perceptions on masculinity and sexuality cross cultural conversations in anthropology/Shalina Mehta and Nongmeikapam Inoaba Singh. 22. Approaches towards sex biased health care practices a study on Rajbansis of Darjeeling District West Bengal/Subir Biswas and Ganesh Chandra Mallick. Index. Anthropological theory reasons that successful populations have adapted to or are continuously adapting to their environment. Environment including physical biotic and cultural demographic acts as an agent of natural selection and may result in well adapted population. These factors vary widely across geography space and time and thus consequently one may have populations differing biologically and culturally in ways that reflect their history of adaptations to the local needs or stressors. WHO estimates that infectious diseases cause 48 per cent of deaths across the world among people under the age of 45 years. This is the case when science has advanced and medicine has achieved great heights enhancing longevity. Anthropology provides us a platform to study human bio social variations with its perspective on evolution and adaptation. This book attempts a comprehensive understanding of health and human well being. We will be looking into both mental and physical aspects that determine health. Our perspective remains an. Seller Inventory # 65570

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Rajiv K Sinha

Published by Ina Shree, Jaipur (2007)

ISBN 10: 818665304X ISBN 13: 9788186653043

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About this Item: Ina Shree, Jaipur, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents Foreword/Shri Sunderlal Bahuguna. Preface. Editor's observations a. The growing crisis in the human environment. b. The alarming rate of destruction of the human environment. Messages of some eminent environmentalists on global environmental issues 1. The environmental philosophy of Chipko Movement/Sunderlal Bahuguna. 2. Environmental crisis the challenges before humanity/Mostafa K. Tolba. 3. Salvaging the earth need for action/Elizabeth Dowdswell. 4. Towards a sustainable human society the challenges ahead/T.N. Khoshoo. 5. Towards building an ecological security system for mankind/M.S. Swaminathan. 6. Increasing population and decreasing resources/G.S. Nathawat. I. The growing environmental and socio economic crisis 1. Environmental pollution the 20th century killer/Rajiv K. Sinha. 2. Deforestation and habitat destruction threat to the global ecological balance/Rajiv K. Sinha. 3. Biodiversity erosion and extinction of species a potential threat to human existence on earth/Rajiv K. Sinha. 4. Desertification the silent eco crisis of land sterilization and anhilation of human civilization/Rajiv K. Sinha and Shyam Sunder Khinchi. 5. Soil erosion a quiet environmental crisis/A.N. Zaharan and Dharmendra Singh Chauhan. 6. Chemical pesticides in human environment a serious health hazard/B. Narsimha Rao. 7. Climate change by global warming ozone depletion and acid rain the impending disaster for mankind/Rajiv K. Sinha. 8. Waste bomb the threat to bury the humanity alive/Rajiv K. Sinha. 9. Industrial health hazards of human beings/R.J. Washington. II. Population resource socio economic development and environment 10. Philosophy of sustainable development/George H. Axinn. 11. Mining development and environment/M.L. Jhanwar. 12. Resource crisis and survival at stake meeting the challenge/Rajiv K. Sinha. 13. Dynamics of energy use in human development/Bryn Golton and Stan Frost. III. Biodiversity conservation for continuity and sustainability of human society 14. Biodiversity conservation the key to survival of life on earth/Rajiv K. Sinha. 15. Wildlife management restoring the ecological balance/Rajiv K. Sinha. 16. Reforesting the earth an insurance for survival/Rajiv K. Sinha. IV. Environmentally benign eco technology for human development 17. Vermiculture biotechnology for waste management and sustainable agriculture/Rajiv K. Sinha. 18. Blue green algae biofertilizer the economically cheaper and ecologically safer alternative to chemical fertilizers/S.K. Goyal. 19. Algal biofertilizer technology for sustainable agriculture/B.D. Kaushik. 20. Compressed natural gas the environmentally benign automobile fuel/Suresh K. Sharma. 21. Hydrogen the clean fuel for the civilization in future/M.P. Saksena. V. Eco legislation for correcting human behaviour environmental justice and maintenance of social order 22. Environmental degradation a crime against humanity and equivalent to genocide some reflections on national and international laws on environment/Rajiv K. Sinha. 23. Environmental laws in India how effective it is/Satish Shastri and Manjoo Bala Trivedi. 24. Judicial activism and the law for environmental justice in India/P. Leelakrishnan. 25. Penal provisions in the Indian Environmental Law/Niranjan Lal Gupta. VI. Environmentalism environmental awareness and ethics 26. Religious responsibility for the human environment a view from England/M.M. Spadden and Stan Frost. 27. Socio environmental crisis and man management/R.R. Das. 28. Values for development without destruction of the human society/W.M. Sullivan. 29. Environmental protection lessons from Indian history religion and philosophy/Rajiv K. Sinha and Sudhir Upadhyay. Appendices. Subject index. Author index. Environment has become a key issue today as human survival directly depends upon it. The future of our children will depend upon the state of environment that we leave today. All over the world Environmentalism has been a growing phenomenon. The Stockholm Conference of 1972. Seller Inventory # 67222

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Mahesh Bhargava and Saroj Aurora

Published by H P Bhargava Book House, Agra (2005)

ISBN 10: 8189442082 ISBN 13: 9788189442088

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About this Item: H P Bhargava Book House, Agra, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents I. Introduction 1. Some erroneous beliefs of parents about their children/L.B. Tripati. 2. Theoretical perspectives on parenting an overview/Neeti Sachdeva and Girishwar Misra. 3. Rohner's theory of parental acceptance rejection/Rekha Baxy and Mahesh Bhargava. 4. An overview of personality researches on parentally rejected children/Mahesh Bhargava and Indu Bansal. 5. Measures related to parental behaviour in Indian context/Vibha Sharma Vivek Bhargava and Babita Gupta. II. Perceived parental behaviour 6. Perceived parental behaviour and acculturation/Rakesh V. Srivastava. 7. Perceived parental behaviour and repression sensitization tendency/Neetu Purohit and Manju Mehta. 8. Perceived parenting pattern and emotional competencies among adolescents/Gul Mathur and Praachi Sharma. 9. Perceived child rearing attitudes and social class differences/Shailendra Kumar Oja and Purushottam Kumar. 10. Perception of parenting styles and emotional maturity/Anand Pyari Raj Kumar Kalra and Poonam Bhasin. 11. Perceived parental disciplinary practices and attitudes towards parental discipline/V.P. Tripathi Yogesh Kapoor and Sudhakar Dwivedi. 12. Parental perception of personal authority and adolescents autonomy/Loveleen Batra and Satinderjit Kaur Thind. III. Socio personal dynamics of parenting 13. Parenting a step towards socialization/R.L. Bharadwaj. 14. Role of family climate in quality of mothering behaviour/Saroj Aurora and Anju Singh. 15. Maternal involvement in working and non working families/Shalini N. Singh and Shakuntla Punia. 16. Socio personal variables as related to emotional intelligence in authoritative parenting style/Uma M. and Uma Devi L. 17. Socio personal variables as selected to emotional intelligence in permissive parenting style/Uma M. and Uma Devi L. IV. Psychological dynamics of parenting 18. Effective parenthood for the optimum development of the children/S.P. Rahagir. 19. Parent's initiative for creative development and growth central education of children/Rajshree Bhargava and Rakhi Bhargava. 20. Parental behaviour and persisting Oedipus and electra complex/Sarita Saini and Tejpreet Kaur Kang. 21. Prerogative of parents about their children educational choices/Archana Dubey and M. Buddisagar Rathod. 22. Parental acceptance rejection and vocational and educational preferences/Nasreen Rahman Seikh and Usha Krishan. 23. Personal values as correlates of parental acceptance rejection/Alpna Kakkar. 24. Personality characteristics of parently accepted and rejected children/Mahesh Bhargava and Ravi Sidhu. 25. Parental acceptance rejection and child's personality/Rekhi Baxy. 26. Personality similarities of mothers and their children under the conditions of acceptance rejection/Ravi Sidhu. 27. Attitude is of adolescents towards planned parenthood/Mukta Garg and Tatheer Fatma. V. Clinical intervention in parenting 28. Problems related with single parenthood/Ravi Sidhu. 29. Parental attitude and mental retardation/Lutfan Rasul Saikia. 30. Dysfunctional parenting and childhood problem/Uday K. Sinha and Vibha Sharma. 31. Parent child interaction as determinant of behavioural deviance/Hassen Taj. 32. Parenting and children's aggression I/Sangeeta Trama and Sunil Saini. 33. Parenting and children's aggression II/Sangeeta Trama and Sunil Saini. VI. Parental education 34. Providing psychological environment and inculcating Sanskars among children a sole responsibility of parents/Mahesh Bhargava. 35. Skillful parenting rearing style a strategy for sound child development/Praveen Kumar Jha and Vivek Bhargava. 36. Parental training for child rearing practices/Nov Ratan Sharma Sushma Sharma A.S. Sethi and Amrita Yadav. 37. Parental education in breast feeding and weaning practices/Praveen Devgan. 38. Education moral value to parents/Sandhya Verma and J.C. Ajwani. 39. Effect of intervention on maternal stimulation/Anju Manocha and Darshan Narang. 40. Impact of intervention programme on mother's knowledge regarding infant care and re. Seller Inventory # 56344

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Yoginder Verma

Published by Kanishka, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8173919011 ISBN 13: 9788173919015

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About this Item: Kanishka, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Philosophical foundations of human values 1. Value of education vis a vis value education Swami Vivekananda's fundamental thoughts on education and their practical application in the present day context/Swami Atmapriyananda. 2. Good life in Mahabharata Purusarthas revisited in the light of narrative ethics/Rekha Jhanji. 3. Human values for human excellence/B.H. Briz Kishore. 4. Value education for human excellence/Bhoomittra Dev. 5. Relevance of Gandhian values in the twenty first century/Anurag Gangal and Renu Gangal. 6. Values of peace and justice in Islam/Mohd. Akhtar Siddiqui. II. Human values society and diversity 7. Relevance of value education in the present day world/Pooja and Sangeeta. 8. Understanding human values in times of cultural conflicts/Ashwani Rana. 9. Education in human values amidst diversities/S.L. Sharma. 10. Relationship between diversity and human values/Suraj Pathak. 11. Value crisis we and the present times/D.R. Vij. III. Techniques and approaches to value education 12. Approaches to value education/Anuradha Agnihotri. 13. Teaching techniques for value education/Sucheta. 14. Education in human values need and techniques/Kirandeep Singh. 15. Education in human values some techniques/S. Abdul Kareem. 16. Inculcation of values the crucial role of teachers/Kulwant Singh Pathania. 17. Value development among students vital role of teachers/P.L. Gupta. 18. Trinity of learning parents teacher and child/Anant Ram Thakur. 19. Development of values some practical approaches/Yadavendra Kumar Sharma. IV. Teacher education and human values 20. Value oriented teacher education/Ramachandra Jantli. 21. Human values and teacher education/A.S. Sethi. 22. Teacher training in values some thoughts/Kalplata Pandey. 23. Sri Sathya Sai education in human values for teacher education programme teachers as role models/Madhu Kapani. 24. Value based teacher development in higher education/Yoginder Verma. V. Values in action 25. Teaching of human values in professional courses/K. Aiyadurai. 26. Role of physical education in the development of values/Y.P. Sharma. 27. Education in human values a case study of Sri Sathya Sai Baba's system of education/Neeta Khanna. 28. Human values quality in education judiciary and professional development a critical review/Mehraj Uddin. 29. Science and technology and value inculcation/J. Shashidhara Prasad. 30. Value orientation in science teaching/K. Anil Kumar. 31. Managerial excellence and human values/Shashi Verma. 32. Values and environment/Kiran Rekha. 33. Effective administration of educational institutions lessons from the Indian heritage/N. Sivakumar and U.S. Rao. Index. During the Tenth Plan the UGC plans to promote value education and human rights and duties education in universities and colleges. Realizing that there is erosion of human values and desecration of moral landscape and also that disproportionate and excessive emphasis on the rights of citizens as against duties has ignored the fact duty is inalienable mandatory part and source of right value education should be made an integral part of various regular courses and programmes. This volume is a collection of 33 essays contributed by educationists religious thinkers educational administrators and social scientists. The thoughts expressed in these writings will help the readers to understand the fundamentals which are the roots of various dimensions of human values. The solution to human problems at global level lies in value based living and that is possible only if a person becomes true human being. It is education that develops the humanness in a person. Besides formal education the role of parents teachers and societal environment is of paramount significance in helping the child to develop human values the source of which lies within a person. 288 pp. Seller Inventory # 61894

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Nov Rattan Sharma; Ashok K Kalia and Amrita Yadava

Published by Global Vision Pub, New Delhi (2008)

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About this Item: Global Vision Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. Introduction. I. Schooling behaviour 1. Professional role of district education officers Malaysian perspective/Rahmad Sukor Ab. Samad. 2. A study of leadership orientation in the schools and teachers self efficacy/G. Padmaja and Meera Padhy. 3. Influence of type of school gender and academic stream on academic cheating among school students/Ashok K. Kalia and Praveen Lata. 4. Ibn Miskawayh and Al Ghazali viewpoints on children's character development and education/Saedah Siraj and Asmaa Mohd. Arshad. 5. Effect of gender locus of control and academic achievement on study habits of school going adolescents/Ashok K. Kalia Sumitra Jatian Sudhir Sahu and Anju Dabas. 6. Academic dishonesty some discernible trends/Kiran Deep Sudhir Sahu and Ashok K. Kalia. II. Motivation and learning issues 7. Structural and semantic correlates of reading ability and academic achievement/Neeraj Yadav Amrita Yadava and Nov Rattan Sharma. 8. Achievement motivation in relation to academic achievement and gender/Vijaya Karthiyayini A.P. Thangavelu and Akbar Husain. 9. Parental educational expectation and achievement motivation in adolescents/Shobhna Joshi and Neha Acharya. 10. The need and measures for early detection of learning difficulties/A. Jahitha Begum and M. Vakkil. 11. Remembering ad forgetting/Nirupma Rath. III. Future challenges 12. Parental practices and disruptive behaviour a developmental analysis/Aradhana Shukla. 13. Correlates of alienation in adolescents/Sudhir Sahu Kiran Deep and Ashok K. Kalia. 14. Personality patterns and anxiety level of mothers of normal and retarded children/O.P. Sharma P. Sharma and K. Beniwal. 15. Turning on tuning in and switching off an exclusive triangle with television watching/Sanjeev Tomar and Ashok K. Kalia. 16. Internet use and its influence on the behaviour pattern of adolescents/Anita and Ashok K. Kalia. Index. Though the title of the book Psychology of Education seems to be traditional in outlook but it is an emerging and important field of research and application in education. Liberalization Privatization Globalization (LPG) have significantly affected the basic concepts of education and there is an increasing trend to include advanced Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to disseminate the knowledge among the students. Although ICT has potential to bring revolution in the world of learning yet it is incomplete without involving the psychological principles. Therefore there is a need to understand the scope of education with an eye to psychology. This book is a compilation of 16 articles classified into three sections. First section consisting of six articles deals with the influence of schooling on behaviour patterns of students and role of other school functionaries. There are five articles in second section of the book mainly dealing with motivation and learning issues in psychology of education. The third and last section comprises of five articles where future challenges have been discussed and high lighted with possible remedies. The editors are of the view that the concept and material shared in this book will prove helpful in resolving many problems relating to Psychology of Education by providing insight to the readers. 312 pp. Seller Inventory # 71598

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S R Ahlawat

Published by Rawat, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8131600785 ISBN 13: 9788131600788

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About this Item: Rawat, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Economic reforms and social transformation an overview. I. Agrarian and rural transformation 1. Impact of liberalization privatization and globalization (LPG) on the agrarian structure/Paramjit S. Judge. 2. Change and stagnation in agrarian Punjab at the turn of the century/Manjit Singh. 3. WTO agriculture and social concern/Sunil Phougat. 4. Facets of agricultural development in Punjab issues and concerns/Shalini Sharma and Simran Sidhu. II. Rural power structure and transformation of the excluded 5. One step forward two steps backward Dalits and women's participation in Panchayati Raj/S.R. Ahlawat and Neerja Ahlawat. 6. Panchayat extension act to scheduled areas emerging issues in Scheduled Tribes rights over native resources/Satish K. Sharma. 7. Caste inequality in contemporary rural India a note based on NSSO consumption expenditure surveys/Satish Deshpande. 8. Mapping women's empowerment through 73 Amendment a study of Punjab/Jagrup Singh Sekhon. 9. New Panchayati Raj and social transformations a sociological appraisal/Raj Singh. 10. Right to information the grassroots movement for transparency in Panchayats/Ramesh C. Nayak. 11. Economic reforms and tribal development/Jaikant Tiwari. 12. Globalization and indigenous knowledge systems an Indian tribal case/Avinash Kumar Singh. 13. Economic reforms human rights and atrocities against the Dalits/S.R. Ahlawat. III. Population gender empowerment and transformation 14. Marriages below the legal age in India/Mahendra K. Premi. 15. Across region marriages emerging concerns in rural Haryana/Neerja Ahlawat. 16. Economic perspectives of the declining sex ratio some inferences/Sunil Gulati. 17. Sex ratio and the girl child in North West India/Mahendra K. Premi. 18. Development of girl child task ahead for local bodies in Haryana/Ramesh C. Nayak. 19. Women empowerment through cooperatives as case of Lijjat Papad/Rajinder Chaudhary. 20. Urban change gender and the limit of social transformation evidence from Ahmedabad slums/Yutaka Sato. 21. Tibetan women in comparative perspective/Rashmi Gupta. 22. Role of state in empowering women/D.P. Singh. 23. Beyond the economic reforms/Jitender Prasad. India has experienced the process of economic reforms for more than a decade. Since its inception in 1991 Indian society is passing through rapid social upheaval owing to liberalization privatization globalization advanced information technology consumerism etc. The economic reforms have accelerated the process of social transformation which in turn has thrown a big challenge to social scientists for understanding the new social order. This volume examines social transformation in India in three dominant spheres viz. agrarian and rural transformations rural power structure and transformation of excluded and the population gender empowerment and transformation. In each section the editor has raised certain issues for the critical examination which the contributors lucidly focused in their papers. It is an important contribution towards developing debate on economic reforms in India which is essentially unequal and marginalizing besides being anti poor. 434 pp. Seller Inventory # 67563

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S B Verma

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 817629568X ISBN 13: 9788176295680

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. The girl child and status of women 1. Protecting the girl child challenges before society/Vir Bala Aggarwal. 2. Status of women/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 3. Socio economic status of women in India a critique/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 4. Socio economic status of tribal women/V.M. Rao. II. Women in Development and gender equality 5. Role of women in population stabilisation/Najma Heptulla. 6. Women in development/J. Bhagyalakshmi. 7. Gender issues in technology development and dissemination/S.S. Deshpande and N. Ali. 8. Gender equality/S.B. Verma. 9. Gender equality and development/Usha K. 10. The gender agenda/Seema Singh. 11. Careers for women in defence services/Jayanti Ghose. III. Women education and career development 12. Mahatma Gandhi and women's education/John Vergis Vilanilam. 13. Women's education and national development/K.K. Tiwari. 14. Women's education Harbinger of rural prosperity/B.L. Uniyal. 15. Women and corporate leadership/L.P. Singh. 16. Women and entrepreneurship/Biplab Moitra. 17. Rural women entrepreneurship/Swalia Bihari Verma. 18. Working women issues and problems/Neeta Anand. IV. Women empowerment 19. Self Help Groups empower rural women/T.R. Gurumoorthy. 20. Empowerment of women through literacy an innovative experiment/C. Krishna Mohan Rao and B.V.V. Bala Krishna. 21. Gender economic empowerment and rural poverty alleviation/B.K. Pattanaik. 22. Empowerment of women and marginalized groups in Panchayats/K. Siva Subrahmanyam. 23. Empowering women/Sakuntala Narasimhan. 24. Empowerment of women through rural industrialisation an Indian experience/G.K. Agrawal. 25. Role of NGO in empowerment of tribal women/M. Gurulingaiah. 26. Empowering women at work/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 27. IT for empowerment of women/Shaik N. Meer and D.U.M. Rao. 28. Empowering women through Self Help Groups experiences in experiment/T. Chiranjeevulu. V. Women and rural development 29. Women in agriculture/Souvik Ghosh. 30. Panchayats and women/Nirmala Buch. 31. Rural credit and women Self Help Groups/H.D. Dwarakanath. 32. Women in Panchayats/Prabhat Datta. 33. Women Sarpanches/Manju Panwar. 34. Women in commercial poultry/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 35. Women's role in Gram Sabha/Sakuntala Narasimhan. 36. Role of women in agriculture/Bhagirathi Dash. 37. Rural women and poverty alleviation/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 38. Tribal women's participation in farm forestry/Prakash Kashwan. 39. Role of women in forestry/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 40. Women's participation in farm and home activities/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 41. A hand that cradles can also handle the Panchayat/Hemalatha H.M. 42. Innovative initiatives for development of rural women/A.K. Jain. VI. Women and social development 43. Social security for the working class/Sharad Yadav. 44. Women self help groups kindling spirit of entrepreneurship/Bharat Dogra. 45. National Commission for women an appraisal/Leena Mehendale. 46. Women welfare and social development/B.K. Pattanaik. 47. Female headed households a study/Ranjay Vardhan. 48. All about National Commission for Women/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 49. Widows role adjustment and violence/Ram Ahuja. 50. Women in the freedom struggle invisible images/Pratibha Jain and Sangeeta Sharma. VII. Women human resource management and media 51. Media convergence possible social implications in India/Bela Trivedi and Kisha Thaker. 52. Human resource management concept and prospects/Amrita Guha. 53. Meeting communication needs of rural women/J. Bhagyalakshmi. 54. Women and media/Sujata Madhok. Bibliography. Index. There is a great upsurge in awareness about women's rights among all sections of society. The developmental programmes and policies give emphasis to improving women's social status. In spite of urbanisation and industrialisation our culture and economy are predominantly agrarian rural based. So empowering women who are the backbone of our agrarian economy is a sure path to achieve major economic gains. Our development efforts have yielded cre. Seller Inventory # 54967

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K K N Sharma

Published by Academic Excellence, Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8188684503 ISBN 13: 9788188684502

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About this Item: Academic Excellence, Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Material and Child health 1. Studies in reproductive health methodological perspective/J.M. Choudhari and R.K. Chowdari. 2. Material health care among tribal population of North Coastal Andhra Pradesh/V.L.N. Rao. 3. Reproductive Health Care in Madhya Pradesh a study in health care geography/Kailash Choubey and Manisha Dubey. 4. Differentiates and determinants of age at marriage in Madhya Pradesh/Janardan Wandekar and Nikhilesh Parchure. 5. Menarchal age of the Muslim women of Sagar Town Madhya Pradesh/Rashmi Sen and Kalpana Saini. 6. Diversity in reproductive and Child Health Services in India/Devamony Dey. 7. Maternal and child health care practices in Lodha primitive tribe of West Bengal/Swapan K. Kolay. 8. Reproductive and child health practices among the nut community of Rajasthan/Pradeep Choudhari. 9. Violence and health of women/B.L. Nagda. 10. Impact of female literacy on health development of India a macro perspective/Manish Kumar Tiwari and K.K. N. Sharma. II. Nutritional aspects 12. Nutritional assessment and evaluation some methodological issues/V.S. Kulkarni. 13. Nutrition among the Warlis of Maharashtra an anthropometric assessment/Shaunak Kulkarni and Suchitra Desai. 14. Nutritional status among tribals of Pondi Uprora Block of Korba District Chhatisgarh/Kaveri Dabhadkar. 15. Dietary intake patterns among the Manwa Kurmis of Chhatisgarh/D.K. Verma. 16. Comparison of body mass index of migrant population of Andaman Island/Ramesh Sahani. 17. Nutritional status among the pre school children of Bhumij Tribe of Midnapur District West Bengal/D.B. Haldhar. 18. Under nutrition among the rural Bengalee pre school children of Chapra Block Nadia District West Bengal/Sadaruddin Biswas. III. Fertility and mortality profiles 20. Level and determinants of reproductive morbidity in Madhya Pradesh/A.S. Dey. 21. Reproductive performance among Juang women a tribal community of Orissa/Malini Das and R.K. Choudhari. 23. The Tolcha Bhotia of Uttaranchal a demographic analysis with special reference to mortality/Sameera Maiti and M.K. Agrawal. 24. Socio economic aspect of fertility in Bhatra Tribe of Bastar District Chhattisgarh/D.K. Verma. 26. Adoption of birth control devices among rural women of Rajasthan/Manish Tiwari. IV. Immunization aspect 27. Status of child immunization in Madhya Pradesh/Reena Basu and Jyoti Tiwari. 28. Responses to immunization programme among the Kurumas of Karnataka/H.M. Ganesh. V. RTI STI HIV/AIDS aspects 29. Study on the awareness of RTI STI and HIV/AIDS in Jharkhand/D. Kumar and A.K. Sinha. 30. A study of HIV/AIDS prevalence in India with special reference of other countries/D.P. Haldhar. 31. Awareness of RTI STI and HIV AIDS in Madhya Pradesh/Nikhilesh Parchure and Janardan Wanadekar. 32. RTI in rural women of Sagar District Madhya Pradesh/Pratibha Pandey and Bharti Verma. VI. Health care aspect 34. Information and communication bottleneck in health care in backward arlas/B.M. Mukherjee and L.P. Pateria. 35. Functioning of RCH camps and outreach service under reproductive and child health programmes in Madhya Pradesh an evaluation/A.S. Dey and Reena Basu. 36. Breast feeding practices among the Hill Korwa of Chhattisgarh/Sandeep Sharma and Moyna Chakravorti. 37. Utilization of Health Care Services among Nayakas in a Mysore Village of Karnatak/S. Mahadeva and C.K. Kanthraju. 38. Utilization of health care services among the Jenu Kurumbus/B.M. Srinivasa B.R. Suresh and H.K. Bhatt. 39. Caste structure and utilization of health care facilities in India/U.S. Rao. 40. Some aspects of health and role of public health services in a primitive tribe of Jharkhand/R.K. Kumar and A.K. Kapoor. 41. Health and illness strategies and decision making among the tribe of Kusumnguda Village of Vishakhapatnam District Andhra Pradesh/B.B. Tripathi. 42. KAP regarding Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) among Scheduled Castes in a Mysore Village Karnataka/C.K. Kanthraju. 44. Awareness of reproducti. Seller Inventory # 58676

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Amrita Yadava; Sushma Sharma and Nov Rattan Sharma

Published by Global Vision Pub, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8182202019 ISBN 13: 9788182202016

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About this Item: Global Vision Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. Introduction. I. Identity and worth 1. Identity of woman in the Vedic Age/Surendra Kumar. 2. Emerging new identity of women and conflicting relations with men why/A.M. Khan. 3. The girl child a struggle for survival/Madhu Nagla. 4. Women work and their worth/Vidhu Mohan. 5. Women lives behaviors and choices/Archana Shukla and Swarnlata. 6. Women many steps behind men inequality/Madhu Anand and Ramesh Verma. II. Development and behaviour 7. Physical growth and adjustment in adolescent girls/Sandhya. 8. Factors affecting perception of sexual harassment a review/Shabnam Priyadarshini. 9. Psychoprophylactic intervention for the management of labour pain/V.D. Swaminathan. 10. Natural management of premenstrual syndrome/Richa Shri. 11. Attribution style of shy females/Vandana Sharma Vidhu Mohan and Shruti Bhalla. III. Stress and mental health 12. Coping with stress a gender analysis/Anuradha Bhandari. 13. Women and mental health/Karobi Das and Adarsh Kohli. 14. Mental health of women a cross cultural perspective/Aradhana Shukla. 15. Self esteem and general well being amongst women/Shalini Singh Sunita Rani and Rajesh Kumar. 16. Anxiety and depression among aged Eritrean Women/Anita Shrivastava and Semhar Mihreteab. IV. Double burden effects 17. Correlates and management of stress among working women/D. Dhanalakshmi. 18. Life satisfaction and helplessness in working and non working women a cross cultural comparison/Waheeda Khan and N. Sumila Devi. 19. Increasing age role multiplicity and life satisfaction amongst women/Promila Batra and Arti. 20. Quality of relationship and marital happiness in working woman/Sunita Dwivedi and P.C. Mishra. 21. Depression and marital adjustment among working and non working women/Veena Katyal and S.K. Srivastava. V. Socio political behaviour 22. Women in decision making a review/Sarika Choudhary. 23. Ethnicity female income drug abuse and labour force participation in Urban India/Santosh Nandal. 24. Empowering women through information and communication technology/Haseen Taj and Mahesh Bhargava. 25. The feminine organization as an affirmative action for gender bias a the work place/Ranjana Mittra. 26. Profile of need patterns among women across life span/Nov Rattan Sharma Sonu Joshi and Sushma Sharma. 27. Awareness among women contestants a Municipal Election 2005/S.C. Arora and R.K. Prabhakar. Index. The significant contributions of prominent women in several walks of life have awakened the dormant interest in theories and concepts relating to women behaviour. Thereby researchers have started to spotlight the women issues from different angles. Present volume is a concentrated effort in this direction. It is the compilation of twenty seven articles contributed by well known social scientists. The book has been classified into five sections. First section consisting of six articles traces identity and worth of a women. Second section includes five articles relating to development and behaviours. Third section has also five articles where stress and its copying along with effects have been highlighted. There are five chapters in section four too. This section deals with the results of double burden on women's behaviour. Last section of the book presents major socio political behaviour patterns of women. Editors are of the view that inputs given in the book will not only generate genuine understanding of women behaviour among readers but will also help in creating harmony and congeniality in the society by checking ills against women. 430 pp. Seller Inventory # 66102

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Published by ZSI, Kolkata (2008)

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About this Item: ZSI, Kolkata, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Key note address. 1. Emerging perspective biodiversity and its conservation in India/K. Venkataraman. 2. Biodiversity conservation issues and concern/A.K. Ghosh. Taxonomy biodiversity and wildlife management 3. Molluscan macrobenthic diversity of brackishwater Wetlands in West Bengal/M. Roy A. Dey S. Banerjee and N.C. Nandi. 4. Diversity of macrophyte associated macroinvertebrates in two Wetlands of Southern West Bengal/L. Ganesan and R.A. Khan. 5. Study of marine planktonic diversity in Digha Coast Bay of Bengal/B. Manna S. Banerjee G. Aditya and J. Chattopadhyay. 6. The genus drosophila (Diptera drosophilidae) in four districts of West Bengal India/M. Acharyya Ari P. Chatterjee and R.N. Chatterjee. 7. Zooplankton diversity of freshwater wetlands in the lateritic tracts of South West Bengal India/P. Halder G. Bhunia P. Pradhan S. Banerjee and S.K. Chakraborty. 8. Community structure of macrobenthic molluscs of three contrasting intertidal belts of Midnapore Coast West Bengal India/R.K. Khalua G. Chakraborty and S.K. Chakraborty. 9. Diversity of Rhopalocera in Hastinapur wildlife sanctuary Uttar Pradesh India/N. Sharma. 10. A compendium and a revised key of the genus aporcelaimellus heyns 1965 (aporcelaimidae nematoda)/V.V. Gantait T. Bhattacharya and A. Chatterjee. 11. Pertinence of biodiversity criteria in fixing conservation priority of termites (isoptera) in the Eastern Ghats India/P.K. Maiti. 12. Spatial and temporal variation of elasmobranchs in and around Indian Sundarbans/K. Banerjee R. Ghosh M. Chowdhury S. Ghosh S. Homechaudhuri and A. Mitra. 13. Pattern of avian diversity in urban environment a case study in Kolkata/P.S. Ghose and S.C. Santra. 14. Chironomid midges of the fresh water ponds of Kolkata metropolis/S. Nandi A. Majumdar and G.K. Saha. 15. Report on stored product mites collected from some areas of Hooghly District and Kolkata/A. Mukerjee S.K. Gupta and G.K. Saha. 16. Diversity and dominance of migratory waterbirds in six wetlands of Southern West Bengal India/S. Mazumdar K. Mookherjee and G.K. Saha. 17. Diversity o Piscean fauna in North Bengal Districts/M. Paul S. Banerjee and S. Chanda. 18. Diversity of insect community in fresh water Wetlands of West Bengal India/A. Dutta and D.K. Bhattacharya. 19. Diversity of high altitude acridids/S. Nath N.K. Sharma and P. Haldar. 20. Biodiversity status of fresh water fishes of North Eastern Himalaya with special reference to threats and conservation measures/B.K. Mahapatra. 21. Ichthyoplankton loss in coastal West Bengal/S. Zaman K. Banerjee S. Basu A. Mukherjee B. Mandal and A. Mitra. 22. Diversity of microarthropods and their role in the plant litter decomposition in the coastal tract of East Midnapore District West Bengal India/M.K. Dey A.K. Hazra and S.K. Chakrabarty. 23. Biodiversity causes of its erosion and methods for its rejuvination/H.L. Kundu. Cytogenetics immunology and molecular biology 24. Cell surface activation of MMP 2/A. Banerji J. Chakrabarti A. Mitra and A. Chatterjee. 25. Expression patterns of developmental genes in wing and leg imaginal discs of drosophila melanogaster/P. Chatterjee S. Banerjee and R.N. Chatterjee. 26. The Antistress activities of black tea (World blend) polyphenol Theaflavins in drosophila melanogaster/S. Deb and R.N. Chatterjee. 27. Anti angiogenic therapy new avenue for cancer treatment/S.N. Banerjee and S.K. Banerjee. Parasite and Diseases 28. Pathological study of tuberculosis in spotted deer in West Bengal/S.K. Mukhopadhyay D. Niyogi D. Kumar and K.S. Singh. 29. Study of the rate of ammonia excretion in isoparorchis hypselobagri (Billet 1898)/S. Adak and B. Manna. 30. Hookworm infestation and anaemia among primary school children/M. Bose M. Roy and A.K. Samanta. 31. Neurosecretory innervations in a parasitic nematode Ascaridia Galli/C. Mukherjee and D.K. Nanda. Ecology behaviour and animal plant interaction 32. Agonistic behaviour of blackbuck an observation in semi natural habitat of Ganjam District Orissa. Seller Inventory # 71934

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S.K. Gupta, V.P. Sharma and N.K. Sharda

Published by Indus (1998)

ISBN 10: 817387087X ISBN 13: 9788173870873

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About this Item: Indus, 1998. Contents I Introduction 1 Introduction 2 Tribal Areas and Tribes of Himachal Pradesh Some Myths and Realities by SK Gupta II Development Paradigm Appraisal and Alternatives 3 Need for Paradigm Shift for Tribal Development by BK Roy Burman 4 Redesigning the Strategy for Tribal Development in Himachal Pradesh by LR Sharma 5 Tribes of Himachal Pradesh Past Present and Future by Thakur Sen Negi III Tribal Development Administration Challenges and the Way Out 6 New Strategies in Tribal Development Administration A Case Study of Himachal Pradesh by RL Bisotra 7 Performance and Strategies for Faster Tribal Development in Himachal Pradesh by DS Thakur IV Economic Disparities Measurement and Remedies 8 Income and Employment Opportunities in Tribal Areas of Himachal Pradesh Present Status and Challenges for Development by JP Bhati Ranveer Singh and Laiq Ram Sharma 9 Hidden Income Potential on Tribal Farms by AS Saini and KD Sharma 10 Measurement of Poverty in the Tribal Economy of Himachal Pradesh A Nutrition Plus Approach by KC Sharma V Agriculture and Forestry The Changing Scenario 11 Agricultural Development in Tribal Areas of Himachal Pradesh Emerging Trends and Issues by Satish Kumar Sharma 12 Importance of Farm Support Lands in Tribal Regions of Himachal Pradesh by DV Singh 13 Development of Agriculture in Tribal Areas of Himachal Pradesh Present Scenario and Future Strategies by NK Sharda and Tulsi Raman Sharma 14 Socio-Economic Profile of Kibber A Tribal Village of Spiti by CS Vaidya 15 Agricultural Development in Tribal Areas of Himachal Pradesh A Note by VK Sharma 16 An Appraisal of Forestry Development Programmes in Tribal Areas of Himachal Pradesh by Laiq Ram Sharma YS Negi and SC Tewari VI Environment and Sustainable Development 17 Environmental and Ecological Aspects of Hydro-Electric Power Projects in Tribal Areas of Himachal Pradesh by SK Gupta and SP Bansal 18 Impact of Pesticidal Toxicity on Insect Pollinators in Tribal Areas of HP Some Remedial Strategies by VK Mattu 19 Socio-Eco-Economic Rehabilitation of Fragile and Marginal High Mountain Tribal Regions of Himachal PradeshThrough Seabuckthorn An Indigenous Plant Resource by Arvind Kumar Bhatt VII Demography Some Issues and Characteristics 20 Scheduled Population of Tribal Areas in Himachal Pradesh A Spatial Analysis by Krishna Mohan 21 Demographic Dynamics in the Trans-Himalayan Tribal Tract of Kinnaur Perspective on Socio-Economic Implications by SS Chib 22 Socio Economic and Cultural Characteristics of Tribal People of Bharmaur by Jagdish Chand Kharwal VIII Social Transformation Nature and Instruments of Change 23 Social Transformation of Gujjar Tribe of Himachal Pradesh by Gopal Singh and Kamal Manohar 24 Tribal?Non-Tribal Interaction and Conflict of Laws by Suresh Kapur 25 Tribal Development and Social Change Some Issues by DB Negi 26 Dynamics of Family Structure among Kinnauras of Himachal Pradesh Some Reflections by OP Monga 27 Academic Alienation among Tribal School Children of HP Implications for Tribal Education by BP Verma 28 Tribal Women Role of Non-Economic Factors in Development Paradigm Some Observations by Kulwinder Singh 29 Cooperatives and Tribal Development in Himachal Pradesh by Kulwant Pathania IX Tribal Customs Traditions Religion and Folk Music 30 Rahul Sankrityayan?s Kinnar Desh Mein by Kumkum Yadav 31 Tribal Myths and Legends and their Role in Development in Himachal Pradesh by BR Sharma 32 Tribal Land of Lahaul Inhabitants and their Customs and Traditions by HS Parmar 33 Musical Heritage of Kinnaur by Indrani Chakravarti 34 Cultural Heritage of the Gaddi Tribe of Himachal Pradesh by Manorama Sharma 35 Handicrafts of Kinnaur District in Himachal Pradesh by Sunil Gupta 36 The Moravian Missionaries Their Contribution to the Cause of Tribal People of Himachal Pradesh by GR Negi 37 Role of Rin chen bZang po in the Development of Buddhism by OC HandaThe present study addresses itself to the issues and concerns involved in tribal development Implic. Seller Inventory # 94478

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Anjana Kaul

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About this Item: A P H Pub, 2011. Contents Preface I Introducing the subject 1 Human rights education -- an introductionK Sumanlatha 2 Human rights education - an all encompassing panaceaArchana Thapliyal 3 Human rights education -- an universal perspectiveRS Rana 4 An introduction to the human rights educationPratibha Tripathi II Process 5 Methodology of human rights education a need for systemic approachCharu Sharma 6 Human rights education the role of education in awareness of human rightsPoornima Agarwal III Implementation processes 7 Human rights education role and responsibilities of teachersAnjana Kaul and Charu Sharma 8 Human rights in Indian ConstitutionNeelam Gahlyan 9 Human rights education -- way to eradicate corruptionVK Singh 10 Human rights education suggestive strategiesVijay Jaiswal and Priyanka Gupta IV Government?s role and impetus of NGOs 11 The role of government and NGO?s in promoting human rights educationRA Basappa 12 NGOs human rights protection and educationGaurav Singh and Shilpa Saxena V Realizing human rights for a variety of situation 13 Adult education as a way towards attainment of human rights an analysisMinakshi Sharma 14 Integrating human rights education with environmental wisdom a challenge to prevailing socio-economic structureAnjali Bhatia 15 Human rights and education of minoritiesMinakshi Sharma 16 Human rights education in the context of women?s empowermentNamrata Chandel 17 Sexual harassment of working women and human rights issuesRanganath A and Pradeep Kumar 18 Development of women?s education an indicator for effective human rightsJaya Sharma 19 Child rights-an effort to save childhoodAwadhesh Narayan Tiwari VI Realizing the challenge through education 20 Safeguarding human rights challenges of twenty-first centuryHina Dora and Rashana Chahel 21 Education and human rightsB Yella Reddy and N Kavitha One of the root causes of human rights violation is discrimination and it lays at the root of world?s most pressing human rights problems Human Rights Day 2009 that was observed worldwide on 10 December 2009 focused on non-discrimination The first few famous words all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights established 60 years ago are the basic premise of international human rights law However the fight against discrimination remains a daily struggle for millions around the globe till todayHuman Right Education can become instrumental in changing society of it integrates itself with the people?s way of transforming individual rights into new collective and community rights Human Rights Education constitutes an essential contribution to the long-term prevention of human rights abuses and represents an important investment in the endeavour to achieve a society replete of justice in which all human rights of all persons are valued and respected resulting to elimination of violence and deprivation on the basis of discrimination It will contribute a great deal in establishing national and international peace and friendshipIdentifying problems defining needs clarifying norms formulating and undertaking plans of action this is the process of human rights education for empowerment This book in a way is a small beginning to focus on the human rights education for it can help to mobilize people in Indian context to follow up the space created by the UN Decade for Human Rights Education 1995-2005 in enriching and strengthening this movementThe book deals in embarking on the various facets of human rights education from discussing the role of NGOs for the acknowledgement of the dignity of the human beings and the promotion of individual rights at all the stages at the local national and international level; in visualizing women empowerment become a reality yet education is the most powerful instrument of change and the only way to empower women and as a nation we have to realize the dream of Mahatma Gandhi and I quote If you educate a man you educate an individual but. Seller Inventory # 96100

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O.P. Sharma

Published by Agrotech Pub (2012)

ISBN 10: 8183212611 ISBN 13: 9788183212618

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About this Item: Agrotech Pub, 2012. Contents Preface 1 Education 2 History of extension work in India 3 Developmental programmes in India poverty alleviation programmes 4 Women and child development programmes 4 Current approaches in extension ReferencesThe primary goal of agricultural extension is to assist farm families in adapting their production and marketing strategies to rapidly changing social political and economic conditions so that they can in the long term shape their lives according to their personal preferences and those of the community The task o extension thus s to improve interactions among actors within the agricultural knowledges system AKS so that farmers have optimum access to any information that could help them enhance their economic and social situation Agricultural extension is then in the first instance a facilitator between actors in the AKS This mediating function focuses on improving those relationships that promise to be most beneficial to the farmers India is a country of villages and about 50 of the villages have very poor socio-economic conditions Since the dawn of independence concerted efforts have been made to ameliorate the living standard of rural masses Rural development has been an integrated concept of growth and poverty elimination has been of paramount concern in all the consequent five year plans Rural development aims at finding the ways to improve the rural lives with participation of the rural people themselves so as to meet the required need of the rural areaThe manuscript highlights the conceptual overview of development perspectives of extension education with rural and agricultural efforts carried on in the country Moreover the content of the book are designed as per the revised Post graduate course curricula of India council of Agricultural Research New Delhi for the course Development Perspectives of Extension Education EXT-501 of the extension education discipline with a hope that the book will able to provide the fundamental and meaningful viewpoint of the theme and rural developmental approaches pleasantly to the scholars academicians and policy makers of the discipline 248 pp. Seller Inventory # 100027

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