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Edited by R.P. Singh

Published by Shipra Pub (2011)

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About this Item: Shipra Pub, 2011. Contents Introduction 1 On getting open a BEd CollegeJagdeesh Chaudhary 2 Staffing in Self-financed CollegesKalpana Gupta 3 Teachers Training Model A Theoretical FrameworkBeena Shah 4 From Blackboard to the Wikis Metamorphosis in instructional aids of teachingM Vasundhra Saxena 5 Innovative feed-back devices for effective practice teaching in teacher educationMridula Bhadouria Rashmi Gore and Kirti Mishra 6 Differentiated instructionsAP Sharma 7 Practice teaching How to make it effectiveUmesh T Bagade Vivek Arya and Alok Pachauri 8 On preparing curriculum for effective teachersSunita Sundriyal and BR Kukreti 9 Achievement in social studies subject of class X Hindi and English medium students having equal intelligence and socio-economic backgroundPoonam Singh Kharwar 10 Quality without infrastructural facilities A Miracle of self-financing teacher education institutionsGaurav Singh 11 The new generation academicians Facilitators not merely teachersVN Laturkar 12 Evaluation and assessment Evaluation procedure in teacher education systemJD Singh 13 Evaluation Quality teaching and practiceAnupam Bhardwaj 14 ICT in classrooms E-Content for an effective teaching learningFL Antony Gracious 15 E-Learning in teacher education Future prospectsShubhra Mangal 16 E-learning The promise of online educationKC Joshi 17 Impact of ICT in Education The role of the teacher and teacher trainingNG Ghosh 18 Therapeutic effect of CBT and traditional method in remediation of articulation problems of HI A comparative studyBeena Shah and Tripti Khare 19 Online courses for teacher educators A Promising dimension for in-service educationArti Bhatnagar and Divya Sharma 20 Teachers training through distance mode Need to sustain qualityNalini Srivastava and Pratibha Rastogi 21 The Moga Teacher Training InstituteManisha Minocha 22 A Framework for assessment of innovation in teacher educationNidhi Agarwal Monika Verma and Puneet 23 Effective strategies for educating Pre-College Hispanics and Native AmericansSurendra P Singh 24 English Language Teaching in a Bilingual ContextGunjan Chaturvedi 25 National council of teacher education The apex body NCTE Its paradoxes and contradictionsJitendra Sharma 26 Inviting suggestions to do nothing Fooling people the NCTE WayRP Singh 27 Future of NCTE Can we Sell the Milch CowCPS Chauhan 28 NCTE  Boon or BaneSomu Singh and Ranjeev Kumar Index Trained teachers have always been the first and firm choice of all societies They all have shown their preferences for the type of teachers they wanted to have Teachers can seldom be trained alike as the content and methods of teacher training differ from country to country It is teachers and good quality teachers at that who make all the difference in classroom instructionThe book offers the picture of Indias contemporary teacher education scenario Having identified areas of research teacher educators took up the challenge in the right earnest and came out with the ground reality behind current teacher education practices The book would prove to be useful for research scholars students and policy makers alike Jacket 278 pp. Seller Inventory # 89728

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S Kaushil and Surat Singh

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176298794 ISBN 13: 9788176298797

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Acknowledgements. Introduction. Presidential address 1. Emerging challenges of the post reform period some facets of the deprivation scenario in India/Ashok Mathur. Special theme paper 2. Structural adjustment and rural development real or residual/Kamal Nayan Kabra. I. Paradigmic perceptions 3. Economic reforms in India looking backward and forward/T.R. Kundu. 4. Vicissitudes of economic reforms in India a shift from democratic governance to market governance/Prem R. Bhardwaj. 5. Emerging challenges of post globalization period and how to tackle them/V.S. Mahajan. 6. Economic reforms and the state empowering the poor/Nisha Garg and Neera Verma. II. Development profiles 7. Human development process in the context of globalization and liberalization/R.P. Singh. 8. Economic reforms process in India challenges and implications/Raj Kumar. 9. Human development in rural India status after a decade and half of economic reforms/Smita Sirohi and Pralay Hazra. 10. Economic reforms development and women in India a critique/Rajinder Kaur. 11. Social sector development after 1991 with reflections from West Bengal/Dilip K. Ghosh. 12. Economic reforms and rural development lessons from China/Suresh Dhanda and Rajinder Punia. 13. Impact of economic reforms on rural industries SWOT analysis/Y. Gangi Reddy. 14. Post economic reforms challenges for rural India with reflections on the Andhra experience/C. Umamaheswara Rao Yogananda Sastry Chaturvedi and Y. Sivaramaiah. 15. Post reform scenario in India tackling poverty inequities and unemployment/Nirmala Chaudhary and Meenu Dutt. III. Good governance for good development 16. Economic reforms and good governance in Panchayati Raj/Mohinder Singh and Vijay Kumar. 17. Reforms rural development and the good grass roots governance perspective percept and practice/K.K. Mor. 18. Governance sans corruption Sine Qua non for rural development in the post reforms period/Atul Dhingra and S.D. Chamola. 19. Corruption and good financial governance agenda for India/Sanjeev Bansal. IV. Meeting the WTO challenge 20. WTO and trade related intellectual property rights some issues of concern for India/L.N. Dahiya Sumanjeet and Seema. 21. India's agri export sector status challenges and opportunities/Suresh K. Bedi. 22. WTO agriculture and economic reforms/Sunil Phougat and Pradeep Duhan. V. Augmenting agriculture for sustainable development 23. The state of Indian agriculture in the post liberalized regime some issues for policy interventions/S.P. Singh. 24. Agriculture and economic reforms/Mandeep Singh and Yugesh Kumar Sablok. 25. Emerging challenges in the post reform period necessary interventions for augmenting agriculture/A.K. Chauhan. 26. Strengthening the agri sector in the old green revolution regions in the emerging scenario some reflections/S. Kaushil. 27. Liberalization and Indian agriculture/Ranbir Singh and Anupama Arya. 28. Role of transfer of technology in agri business development/Sube Singh Joginder S. Malik and Sushila Dahiya. VI. Growth and jobs the employment dimension 29. Economic reforms vis a vis employment in India a critical analysis/R.K. Rana. 30. Economic reforms and employment in India/Jagdish Chauhan and Shyam Parshad. 31. Training of service employees a challenge for service sector in the post reform period/Divya Malhan and S.C. Kundu. 32. Prolonged unemployment health and development/Rajbir Singh Shalini Singh and Manju. VII. Regional Kaleidoscope 33. Diversification to horticulture in Haryana a socio economic and psychological perspective/R.S. Malik P.S. Shehrawat Ashok Kumar and R.K. Punia. 34. Impact of economic reforms in agri rural sectors in Assam some issues/Pabitra Kalita. 35. Trends in inter regional divergences in electricity consumption during the post reforms period a case of Punjab and Haryana/Amarjit Singh Sethi. 36. Implications of the liberalization and globalization for agriculture in Haryana/Saroj Malik. 37. Nai Disha an e governance initiative in Ha. Seller Inventory # 60417

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Ravi Prakash Yadav; Ragini Deep and Puja Roy

Published by New Century Publications, New Delhi (2009)

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About this Item: New Century Publications, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. I. Globalisation conceptual framework 1. Globalisation expression of common usage/Pankaj Madan and Rajul Bhardwaj. 2. Globalisation inward looking mindset to outward looking vision/A. Sangamithra and T.M. Saravana Kumar. 3. Globalisation challenges before corporate leaders/Rabindra Kumar. 4. Globalisation and knowledge sector/Sheetal Helaiya. 5. Economic thinking of Gandhiji and globalisation/Kumar Chandradeep and Ragini Deep. 6. Trade and intellectual property rights in the era of globalisation/Jawahar Lal and Ranjana Sharma. II. Globalisation and the Indian industry 7. Globalisation and foreign direct investment (FDI) in India/Davinder Kumar Madaan. 8. Multinational corporations (MNCs) and the Indian economy/S. Murty. 9. Impact of globalisation on Indian business/V.C. Sharma and A.K. Gaur. 10. Impact of globalisation on industrial output employment and labour unrest/D. Ramesh. 11. Sub contracting small units in the industrial development of Punjab/Balbir Singh. 12. Service entrepreneurship in the era of globalisation/Jyoti Achanta. III. Globalisation human resource development and the Indian banking sector 13. Banking sector in India in the post globalisation period/Badruzzama Siddiqui B.B. Mansuri and Mohd. Rizwan Ahmad. 14. Globalisation human resource development (HRD) and the banking sector/Ravi Prakash Yadav Ragini Deep and Puja Roy. 15. Grievance redressal of bank customers in the era of globalisation/Dhruvalata Bhatt. 16. Strategic human resources management in the globalised regime/P.C. Bahuguna P. Kumari and S.K. Srivastava. 17. Human resources renewal forecast model in the globalised regime/V.C. Sharma and A.K. Gaur. IV. Globalisation and the Indian working class 18. Globalisation and jobless industrial growth in India/Shakti Kumar. 19. Impact of globalisation on Indian working class/S.M. Raza. 20. Globalisation and labour reforms in India/Rameshwari Pandya. 21. Globalisation women and work/Vibhuti Patel. 22. Trade unions in the globalised era/Kameshwar Pandit and Prabhakar Jha. 23. Globalisation and Indian trade unions/Devendra Kumar. 24. Trade unions in small scale industries in Kerala/A. Sangamithra and Divya H. 25. Globalisation Indian working class experience/Ravi Prakash Yadav Ragini Deep and Puja Roy. 26. Globalisation consumption and green consumerism/Sarita Agrawal. Index. National policies economic social and cultural that until recently were determined by the states and people within a country have increasingly come under the influence of international agencies and processes. This has led to the narrowed ability of governments and people to make choices from options in economic social and cultural policies. Globalisation implies widening and deepening integration with the globe i.e. with people and processes abroad. Globalisation is widely seen as the most important factor that could influence economies of nations the world over in the new millennium. The rapid advancement in information technology and communications has made it not just possible but absolutely essential for economies of the world to adapt or fall by the wayside. The socio economically disadvantaged are yet to benefit from globalisation. The challenge to overcome the scourge of poverty remains a daunting task. The support of the poor for reforms and their involvement in the development process can be achieved only if they start benefiting from government policies. On the positive side globalisation has compelled developing countries to improve overall economic management and make their economies efficient. Despite distortions and aberrations globalisation is a reality. Developments in information and communication technologies are unifying markets and people cutting across barriers of space and time. This volume is a collection of 26 academic and research papers contributed by scholars in the field belonging to reputed universities and centres of academic excellence in India. This work it is hoped will generate meaning. Seller Inventory # 74090

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D S Bhardwaj; Manjula Chaudhary; S S Boora; Krishan K Kamra; Ravi Bhushan Kumar; Mohinder Chand

Published by Kanishka, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8173918333 ISBN 13: 9788173918339

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About this Item: Kanishka, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Tourism growth and trends 1. Tourism in India an overview/Sultan Singh and M.S. Turan. 2. Trends in world tourism and optimal business strategy an Indian context/Raj Kumar. 3. Global tourism trends/S.P. Bansal and Prashant Kumar Gautam. 4. Tourism trends in developing countries a case of China/S.S. Boora. 5. The global importance of tourism/Ashish Saihjpal Harsh Vineet Kaur and Sawtantar Singh. 6. GATS and the tourism industry/Neelam Rani Suneja and Amita. 7. Future developments in tourism/Suhas D. Pathak. 8. Safety and security of foreign tourists in India an exploratory study/Surender Pal Singh and Mohit Vij. 9. Tourism and hospitality industry in India emerging issues/M.L. Singla. Tourism marketing and information technology 10. Trends and issues in tourism in India/Ajay Suneja. 11. Tourism marketing issues and challenges/Siddharatha Shankar. 12. Are festivals an effective marketing strategy a case study of Ellora Aurangabad festivals/Dulari Qureshi. 13. Destination marketing and planning some issues in tourism in Goa/Debasish Mazumdar and G.V. Joshi. 14. Revenue management in hotel industry/Vinay Goyal. 15. Sustainable tourism marketing/Adarsh Batra. 16. Role of Information Communication and Technology (ICT) in hospitality education/R.H. Taxak. 17. Challenges of tourism industry facing through information technology/Pardeep Ahlawat and S.C. Kundu. 18. Tourism behaviour pattern of servicemen category an empirical experience/Neelam Dhanda and Ramesh Lal. III. Emerging paradigms and impacts of tourism 19. Sustainable tourism development plan a conceptual framework/Mohinder Chand. 20. Eco tourism linking tourism the environment and concepts of sustainability/M.K. Sehgal and Shubhum Gaur. 21. Sustainable tourism a case study/Ashok Aima Deepak Raj Gupta and Sonia Sharma. 22. Buddhist tourism in India a conceptualisation/Ravi Bhushan Kumar. 23. The health tourism industry in India a perspective/M.K. Sehgal and Divya Gupta. 24. Asian health tourism industry an Indian perspective/Hirak Dasgupta and Adarsh Kumar Aggarwal. 25. Infrastructure for tourism in India/Ajay Suneja Kirti Kaushik and Ritu Bajaj. 26. Globalisation of tourism and its impact a case study of Goa/Filipe Rodriguese Melo. 27. Personality correlates of sensation seeking among adventure tourists/Umed Singh and Nidhi Verma. 28. Geographical effects on Indian history and tourism a critical analysis/Achintya Mahapatra. IV. Human resource development 29. Domestic tourism and human resource development problems and prospects/Farah Naaz Gauri. 30. International tourism and human resource management strategies/Nirmala Chaudhary and Sudesh. V. Case studies 31. Food quality in the hotel industry practice and guest's perception/Vinti Davar. 32. Terrorism and tourism in J & K an empirical study/Vinay Chauhan and Suvidha Khanna. 33. Promotion of cultural heritage and rural tourism through pilgrimage tourism a case study/Deepak Raj Gupta and Poonam Sharma. 34. Perspectives of Orissa tourism in the context of global tourism a study/Achintya Mahapatra. 35. Chhatishgarh an emerging tourist destination/Susanta Ranjan Chaini. 36. Identifying potential of eco tourism for sustainability in Uttaranchal/Pratima Sharma. 37. A spatial analysis of beach tourism development in Pernem Taluka (Goa)/S.M. Ambli. 38. Tourism development in Arunachal Pradesh problems and prospects/Rama Kanta Mishra. 39. Safety and security perception of pilgrims visiting Jammu/Bharti Gupta. Index. 377 pp. Seller Inventory # 60206

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P C Trivedi

Published by Pointer, Jaipur (2008)

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About this Item: Pointer, Jaipur, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Contributors. 1. Palaeofloristics and climate through Siwalik succession of Suraikhola area in the Himalayan foothills Western Nepal/Mahesh Prasad. 2. Diversity in Jurassic cretaceous pteridophytes of India/Neeru Prakash. 3. Investigation of a new petrified trilocular fruit from the Deccan intertrappean series of Mohgaonkalan M.P. India/D.K. Kapgate S.P. Patil N.P. Ilamkar and D.D. Ramteke. 4. Palynological studies from early Eocene sequence exposed near Matasukh Nagaur District Western Rajasthan/S.K.M. Tripathi S.C. Mathur S.L. Nama and Divya Srivastava. 5. Evolutionary sequences in the fossil fructifications of gymnosperms from the Rajmahal Hills Jharkhand/O.P. Suthar. 6. Traditional use of pteridophytic plants among Baiga tribe of Rajendragram in Anuppur District Madhya Pradesh/D.C. Saini. 7. Tectaria Zeilanica a rare little known fern from Southern Western Ghats/S. Sukumaran S. Kiruba and S. Jeeva. 8. Impact of microbial diversity in restoration of forest ecosystem/P. Kaushik Pankaj Goyal and Surbhi. 9. Antidermatophytic health foods/Suresh Purohit Priyanka and A. Bohra. 10. Remote sensing basics and applications in biology/R. Vijayaraghavan and S. Sundaramoorthy. 11. Studies on physiological and biochemical aspects of seed maturation in Chickpea/O.P. Saxena and Manjari A. Mehta. 12. Vegetation succession nutrient enrichment and microbial proliferation in mine spoils/S.K. Banerjee R. Sett and T.K. Mishra. 13. An appraisal of biodiversity conservation strategies for medicinal and aromatic plants status and future thrust/K.R. Bhardwaj and K.C. Bhatt. 14. Growth of tree saplings in flyash/R. Sett S.K. Banerjee R. Nayak and M. Kundu. 15. Native trees of Rajasthan desert/V.S. Saxena. 16. Transgenic crops/Sampat Nehra and P.C. Trivedi. Recent years have witnessed major and exciting discoveries in various aspects of plant sciences which penetrate all aspects of agricultural research. Especially exciting are the prospects of some new discoveries in Biotechnology fields which hold promise for plant improvement and productivity. Study of fossils also provide valuable information and also helpful in locating the occurrence of coal oil and gas deposits in the earth. The present book Palaeobotany to Modern Botany provides an authoritative review account of many aspects of palaeobotany and current progress in the field of botany that has been made in the recent past. This volume contains 16 chapters on various topics of current interest. 366 pp. Seller Inventory # 67531

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edited by Rajan Kumar Gupta and Mukesh Kumar

Published by I.K. International Publishing House (2014)

ISBN 10: 9382332413 ISBN 13: 9789382332411

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About this Item: I.K. International Publishing House, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface.1. Biodiversity: status threats and conservation/Mukesh Kumar, Anjali Khare, Rajan Kumar Gupta and A.K. Goyal. 2. Microbial Diversity for Sustainable Crop Production in Hill Region/D.K. Shahi, B.K. Agarwal and K.P. Singh. 3. Cyanobacterial Biodiversity: A Profile/Kaushal Kishore Choudhary, Rajan Kumar Gupta and Mukesh Kumar. 4. Freshwater Cyanobacterial Diversity of Doon Valley/Anjali Khare, Mukesh Kumar and Rajan Kumar Gupta. 5. Physico-Chemical Parameters in Relation to the Distributional Pattern of Cyanobacteria/Anjali Khare, Mukesh Kumar and P.K. Singh. 6. Cyanobacterial Biodiversity and Ecostrategy/Divya Topal and N.K. Sharma. 7. Role of Cyanobacterial Biodiversity Resources in Agricultural Sustainability/Usha Pandey. 8. Algae: General Aspects, Ecological Relationships and Economic Values/Ashu, Mukesh Kumar and Rajan Kumar Gupta. 9. Extremophilic Bacteria and Microbial Biodiversity/Jay Shankar Singh and Rajan Kumar Gupta. 10. Pathogen Biodiversity: Its Origin, Nature, Characterization and Control/Mohit Kumar Gupta, Rahul Kumar, G.K. Sharma and Mukesh Kumar. 11. Biodiversity of Powdery Mildew Fungus: A Constant Threat to Cucurbits/G.K. Sharma, Desh Deepak, Mohit Kumar Gupta and Manujendra Pratap Singh. 12. Diversity of Wood Rotting Basidiomycetes of Kumaon and Garhwal Himalaya/Dhiraj Kumar Sehgal, Kaushal Pratap Singh and Dheeraj Mohan Singhal. 13. Biodiversity of Chilika Lake, East Coast of India/Jnanendra Rath and Siba Prasad Adhikary. 14. Strategies for Sustainable Biodiversity Conservation/Sushma Gupta and Rajan Kumar Gupta. 15. Phytocystatins: The New Age Healers/Garima Sharma, Sandeep Sharma and M.K. Sharma. 16. Aquatic biodiversity: Nature and Characterization/Manisha Kaushal, G.K. Sharma, Desh Deepak and Mukesh Kumar. 17. Threats to Phytodiversity/Sumeet Gairola, K.N. Bhardwaj and C.S. Rana. 18. Himalayan Biodiversity with Reference to Uttarakhand and its conservation strategies/Kiram Dimri and N.K. Sharma. 19. Intellectual Property Rights (IPR): An Effective Tool to Protect Indigenous Technical Knowledge/Poonam Paliwal and M.K. Paliwal. 20. An Updated List of Pteridophytes of Uttarakhand/N. Punetha, B.S. Kholia, Richa Punetha and Kamlesh Bhakuni. 21. Distribution Pattern of Terricolous Lichens in Garhwal Himalayas (Chopta-Tungnath Tract) with Reference to Morphological and Environmental Variables/Himanshu Rai, Rajan Kumar Gupta, D.K. Upreti and Pramod Nag. 22. Bryophytes and Ecosystem/Yateesh Mohan Bahuguna, Sumeet Gairola, D.P. Semwal, P.L. Uniyal and A.B. Bhatt. 23. Biodiversity and Conservation Needs in Uttarakhand Himalaya: A Case Study of District Rudraprayag/G.P. Raturi and A.B. Bhatt. 24. Diatoms: Occurrence, Structure and Application/Rachna Nautiyal. 25. Biodiversity and Biotechnology/Ravi Rajhans, Rajan Kumar Gupta and Mukesh Kumar. 26. Mycorrhiza: A Symbiotic Fungi/Devendra Singh, Rajan Kumar Gupta and Mohd. Irfan. Index.Biodiversity is the variation of life forms within a given ecosystem, biome or for the entire earth. Biodiversity is often used as a measure of the health of biological system. Biodiversity or biological diversity is the sum of all the different species of animals, plants, fungi, and microbial organisms living on earth and the variety of habitats in which they live. Scientists estimate that upwards of 10 millionand some suggest more than 100 milliondifferent species inhabit the earth. Each species is adapted to its unique niche in the environment, from the peaks of mountains to the depth of deep-sea, hydrothermal vents, and from polar ice caps to tropical rain forests.Biodiversity is also described as some of the fascinating varieties of organisms and complex ecological relationships that give the biosphere its unique, productive characteristics. The biodiversity found in earth consists of many millions of distinct biological species. Biodiversity is not distributed evenly on earth, but is consistently rich in the tropics and in specific localized regions it i. Seller Inventory # 111775

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