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Syam Mohan Dwivedi and Hridya Narayan Mishra

Published by Adhyayan, New Delhi (2008)

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About this Item: Adhyayan, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. List of contributors. 1. Service Sector in India feather to growth in 21 century/M.B. Shukla and Ranjita Gupta. 2. Managing knowledge hub in Indian Hotels Limited/Brijesh Rawat and D.S. Yadav. 3. Tourism in Asia and in India Vision 2015/Anil Kumar Dhagat. 4. Service sector in Indian scenario significance and potentiality/H.N. Mishra and Hansa Shukla. 5. Emerging issues on service sector in Indian Economy/M.R. Sahu and K.K. Agrawal. 6. Vast potentiality in Indian service sector/Raksha Singh. 7. Service sector in India growth potential/Ranjana Patel. 8. Insurance industry in India growth and contribution/Reena Dhingra. 9. Service sector significance and potentiality in Twenty First Century Insurance Services/Kalpana Pande and R.P. Agrawal. 10. Banking services vision and prospects/Rupali Ahluwalia and T.K. Bajpayee. 11. Tourism as a growing industry/Gyanendra Tripathi and S.M. Dwivedi. 12. Tourism in changing scenario/Manju Maria Soloman and Vinod Soni. 13. Significance and potential of service sector with special reference to tourism/Sunita Anand and P.S. Sharma. 14. Tourism a service industry challenges and prospects in twenty first century/Niraj Gohil. 15. Rural tourism in India vast potential/T.S. Singhatwaria and Rachna Singhatwaria. 16. Higher education an analysis/Ranjana Mishra. 17. Changing Indian Higher Education Scenario quality or quantity/Jayanti Deshpande and R.S. Singh. 18. Information technology enabled services a new dimension to Indian service sector/Harshavardhan Halve and Sanjay Kumar Srivastava. 19. The role of IT and internet in service sector/Prakash Garewal and Nandini Garewal. 20. Management information system and it's effectiveness on service sector/Vipin Chand Rai and Anurag Singh. 21. Service sector future of BPO in India/Sourabh Saxena and Hement Kumar Malviya. 22. Telecommunication services marketing strategies/Narendra Awasthi and Abdul Kadar Mansuri. 23. Services marketing integrating employees technology and strategy/R.K. Agarwal and Sunil Pahwa. 24. Services sector role of hotels in generation of revenue/J.K. Gujral and Preeti Punj. 25. NGOs agencies and donors in participatory conservation/Sangya Srivastava. 26. Crucial role of dietitian in hospital and community/Deepali Sharma and Amita Sharma. 27. Dematerialisation a breakthrough in the Indian Financial System/Shaikesh Kumar Jain and Jaishri Jain. Index. Since 1980 the economic world has been witnessing tremendous changes. The scenario became all the more complex with the emergence of the 1990s. The New Economic Policy in India is now passing through vital changes involving both internal and external issues. As a nation with huge human resources with high capabilities and with need for generating employment the service sector has become more significance towards in the contribution of generating National Income also. No doubt the service sector is increasing rapidly at the speed of contributing about 60 70% in the gross domestic product and employing 65% of the working population. The changing customer profile is also one of the main reasons for rapidly growth. Now India is moving towards service economy. The change in lifestyle higher purchasing power has promoted this sector. The present edited book has contained different research articles in which it is our endeavour to cover the major aspect of services. No doubt this would open new vistas for qualitative cum quantitative improvement. This book makes an attempt to identify the scopes of service sector. 192 pp. Seller Inventory # 67744

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About this Item: Today and Tomorrow, 1993. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Contents: Preface. 1. Role of plant pathogenic mollicutes in India/S.P. Raychaudhuri. 2. Role of Mycorrhiza in plant disease management/Bushan L. Jalali. 3. Disease control through application of plant pathology technology - why and how/M.P. Srivastava. 4. Plant protection in N.E. Hill region/S. Mukhopadhyay. 5. Non-target effects of pesticides on soil-borne pathogens of wilt and wilt like diseases of linseed/B.N. Shukla, S.C. Vyas and M.N. Khare. 6. Studies on the chemical control of black pepper wilt caused by Phytophthora Palmivora MF/M.N.L. Sastry and R.K. Hegde. 7. Comparative efficacy of different copper fungicide formulations and spraying methods in controlling abnormal leaf fall disease of Hevea Brasiliensis/Sabu P. Idicula, V. Krishnankutty, Thomoson T. Edathil, C. Kuruvilla Jacob and K. Jayarathnam. 8. Effect of seed treatment and soil application of fungicides in control of pre - and post-emergence mortality in watermelon caused by Fusarium Oxysporum F. Sp. Niveum/U.A. Gadre, A.M. Mandokhot and M.P. Diwakar. 9. Effect of Bavistin and Dithane M-45 on Ectomycorrhizal development of Khasi pine in nurseries/Raj Kumar, G.S. Rao, G.D. Sharma and R.R. Mishra. 10. Chemical control of foot rot and leaf rot of detelvine caused by Phytophthora palmivora using Bordeaux mixture/B. Dasgupta. 11. Chemical control of Anthracnose of Greater Yam/U.A. Gadre and A.M. Mandokhot. 12. Detection of Xanthomonas Campestris P. Cyamopsidis in Clusterbean seeds and its survival/L.C. Saini and R.D. Parashar. 13. Infection of safflower seeds with alternaria species-their location and control/N.V. Krishna Prasad and K.C. Basu Chaudhary. 14. Yield loss assessment and standardization of spraying schedule for blast of upland rice in Arunachal Pradesh/R.G. Chaudhary and Vishwadhar. 15. Effect of nitrogen, phosphorus and potash on the incidence of alternaria leaf spot of groundnut/Y. Prasad and Udit Narain. 16. Fungicidal control of root and stem rot of jute/Y. Prasad and P.C. Doloi. 17. Influence of temperature and pH on the efficacy of Mancozeb and Thiobencarb, applied alone or in combination on Rhizoctonia Solani, sheath blight pathogen of rice/U.D. Singh and N. Sethunathan. 18. Microbial ecology of citrus leaf and its role in citrus bacterial canker disease management/Ramesh Chand and Ram Kishun. 19. Control of sclerotinia stem and pod rot of pea/J.S. Srivastava and Birendra Singh. 20. Control of bakanae disease of rice with chemical seed treatments/Kh. Upendra Singh, Y. Rathaiah and N. Iboton Singh. 21. Control of greening-induced die-back of citrus through foliar sprays/N. Iboton Singh. 24. Influence of ocimum sanctum essential oil on the two major fungal pathogens of rice/Debjani Misra and S.N. Tewari. 25. Additive effects of plant oils and fungicides/B. Das and S. Pan. 26. Effect of different types of planting materials on the yield and incidence of Taphrina in turmeric/V.B. Singh and P.L. Kar. 27. Potentialities of Indian strains of bajra ergot for alkaloid production in stationary culture/H.N. Singh and Akhtar Husain. 28. Biological control of watermelon wilt fungus (Fusarium Oxysporum F. Sp. Niveum) using Trichoderma Viride as an antagonistic organism/R.R. Bhad, M.P. Diwakar, A.M. Mandokhot and U.A. Gadre. 29. Biological control of charcoal rot of maize by Guava wilt Fusarium/R.D.N. Singh and S.A.K.M. Kaiser. 30. "Aims" : an appropriate integrated pest management system in India/Mrinal K. Dasgupta. 31. Fluorescent pseudomonads for plant disease control/S. Ray, M. Ghosh and N. Mukherjee. 32. Studies on soils amendment with leaves of some local weeds in relation to the biocontrol of Rhizoctonia Solani Kuhn./Anil Kumar and K.B. Mishra. 33. Effect of different soil amendments on the populations of two soil borne plant pathogens/A. Basu, A. Dasgupta and P.K. Sen Gupta. 34. Potential of soil solarisation in the management of Macrophomina, Phaseolina and Sclerotium Rolfsii in soil/D. Maiti, A.K. Chakraborty, C. Chattopadhyay and C. Sen. 35. Seller Inventory # ABE-11298386827

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Edited by Mohit K. Ray and Rama Kundu

Published by Atlantic (2005)

ISBN 10: 8126904852 ISBN 13: 9788126904853

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About this Item: Atlantic, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Mary Shelley's Frankenstein: a study in repression and hysteria/S.P. Swain. 2. "The drug of dreams": Charlotte behind Jane Eyre/K.M. Jan. 3. A critique on The Mill on the Floss/Mrinal Kanti Chattopadhyay. 4. Virginia Woolf: impressionistic heritage of Laurence Sterne/Vera Tchebineva. 5. Love with a fruit-dish: a study of To the Lighthouse/Liliane Louvel. 6. Revisiting Woolf's Room after the third wave/Rajesh Kumar Sharma. 7. The unexplored universe of Doris Lessing/N. Sharada Iyer. 8. From alienation to identification: a study of Alice Walker's The Color Purple/S.P. Swain and Sarbajit Das. 9. Loss of self: a study of Morrison's Beloved/S.P. Swain and Sarbajit Das. 10. Gender, race and class consciousness in Morrison's Tar Baby/M.L. Jadhav. 11. Challenging the patriarchy/Vera Shamina. 12. Modern Indo-Anglo women writing: quest for equality/Pushp Lata. 13. Women in quest for sexual freedom and emancipation in Anita Desai's fictions/Kh. Kunjo Singh. 14. Occidental quest for oriental spiritualism in Jhabvala's Three Continents and Desai's Journey to Ithaca/Anita Myles. 15. Arundhati Roy: a protest novelist/Rahmat Jahan. 16. The God of Small Things as expression of social structure/Prakash Chandra Pradhan. 17. 'Dreams to Doom' in Manju Kapur's Difficult Daughters/Binod Mishra. 18. Obsession to ovation: a thematic study of Manju Kapur's A Married Woman/Binod Mishra. 19. Lesser Breeds: a post colonial reading/Chandrika Kamath. 20. Anatomy of change and the problems of the self: a study of Bharati Mukherjee's The Tiger's Daughter/S.P. Swain. 21. Problems of identity: a study of Bharati Mukherjee's Desirable Daughters/S.P. Swain. 22. Quest for identity in immigrant sensibility: a study of Bharati Mukherjee's Desirable Daughters/Bhagabat Nayak. 23. Cultural dilemmas and displacements of immigrants in Jhumpa Lahiri's The Namesake/Tejinder Kaur. 'O, Those Extraordinary Women!'. "During the last few centuries women writers have considerably widened and deepened the areas of human experience--with their sharp, feminine perception of life successfully transmuted into verbal artifact. The world body of literature in English would have been much poorer today but for the contribution of women writers. The new series--Studies in Women Writers in English--is a grateful acknowledgement of that contribution and public recognition of their voice. The twenty-three essays included in this fourth volume of the series cover a wide spectrum of women writers across space and time. The women writers discussed in this volume include five from Britain: Mary Shelley, Charlotte Bronte, George Eliot, Doris Lessing, and of course Virginia Woolf, the twentieth century stalwart of British novel, who has left her indelible mark on the art of fiction as well as on women writers and feminist thinkers of the subsequent decades. We also get a glimpse of the entire corpus of writers engaged with the 'feminist theatre' of America today, in addition to two African-American talents, i.e. Toni Morrison, the Nobel Laureate for literature in 1993, and Alice Walker, the eminent Black American woman writer, and a host of contemporary Indian writers, particularly with reference to their recent work, including Shashi Deshpande, Anita Desai, Shobhaa De, Manju Kapur, Nayantara Sahgal, as well as two emigre Indian writers--Bharati Mukherjee and Jhumpa Lahiri. Since most of the authors discussed in these articles are prescribed in the English syllabus in the universities of India, both the teachers and the students will find them extremely useful, and the general readers who are interested in literature in English and/or women writers will also find them intellectually stimulating." (jacket). Seller Inventory # 58006

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Edited by A K Roy

Published by Scientific (2007)

ISBN 10: 8172334710 ISBN 13: 9788172334710

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About this Item: Scientific, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. Contributors. 1. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) as biofertilizers: an appraisal on retrospect and prospect/S. Choudhury. 2. Role of rhizosphere microorganisms in sustainable crop production/B.D. Kaushik. 3. Dynamics of the Rhizosphere population/Rajni Gupta and K.G. Mukerji. 4. Microorganisms in conservation and diversification of forest plant biodiversity/Jamaluddin. 5. Potentials of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhiza and rhizosphere microflora in tea plantation of North East India/P. Dutta, S.R. Sarmah, Ivy Phukan, A. Tanti, R. Begum, R. Phukan, Debnath and Barthakur. 6. Mycorrhizal dependency of Proso Millet (Panicum miliaceum) in the soil of rainfed area/A.K. Roy and Rashmi. 7. Induction of systemic resistance in tea plants against root rot pathogen upon field application of VAM, Phosphate solubilising fungus and bacterium/B.N. Chakraborty , U. Chakraborty, B.C. Barman, L.P. Bhutia and P.K. Ghosh. 8. Diversity of rhizosphere AM fungi in pre-and post reclaimed OBD of coal mines - A case study of Rajmahal coal field, Lalmatia/A.K. Roy, A.N. Singh and A. Arshi. 9. Native Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) from wheat crop fields (Sagar, M.P.): Seasonal variation of fungal spore density/Deepak Vyas, O.P. Dwivedi, Archana Dube, Anuradha Soni, Prashant Soni and M.K. Mishra. 10. Cultural characterization and optimization of the fermentation conditions for thermophilic amylase producer Bacillus S-8/Raj Narayan Roy and Sukanta Kumar Sen. 11. Rhizosphere of Nickel hyperaccumulating plants: A niche for nickel-resistant bacteria/Arundhati Pal and A.K. Paul. 12. Plant growth promoting activity of Serratia marcescens isolated from tea rhizosphere and its application for induction of resistance against Fomes lamaoensis/U. Chakraborty, B.N. Chakraborty, M. Basnet and D. Deb. 13. Biopesticides - It's need and future/J.K. Johri. 14. Multiple application of Rhizobium as nitrogen fixer, pesticides degradant and biocontrol agent of groundnut diseases/L.V. Gangawane and A.B. Ade. 15. Nitrogen fixation in various microorganisms with special reference to Frankia/M.K. Ghosh, S. Sur and A. Sen. 16. Incidence of fungal diseases on onion and garlic bulbs from Marathwada region/N.M. Ghangaonkar and D.S. Mukadam. 17. Mycological diversity in some commonly cultivated maize varieties in relation to aflatoxin elaboration/K.K. Sinha, M.K. Roy and R. Batsa. 18. Rhizosphere AM fungi of some rare medicinal plants/A.K. Roy, A.N. Singh and N.K. Gautam. Seller Inventory # 65936

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Sanjay Tiwari and Anshuja Tiwari

Published by Sarup, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8176257052 ISBN 13: 9788176257053

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Contemporary issues in entrepreneurship with regard to reconstruction of social structure in India A futuristic approach/M.B. Shukla. 2. Women and entrepreneurship/S.N. Singh and Poonam Singh. 3. Women entrepreneurship a route to empowerment/A.K. Srivastava and Satish Ailawadi. 4. Development of women entrepreneurship new challenges/M.K. Mehta. 5. Women entrepreneurship problems future and prospects of development/S.K. Rao. 6. Promoting entrepreneurship for employing women/N.G. Pendse and Reeta Thakur. 7. Empowerment of women through micro entrepreneurship/U. Jerinabi. 8. Women entrepreneurship problems solutions and future prospects of development/S. Pahwa and S. Chakraborty. 9. Entrepreneurship key to women employment/Sanjay Tiwari. 10. Women entrepreneurship in developing urban co operative banking/S.M. Vadgule. 11. Women entrepreneurship and economic development an analytical study/Anshuja Tiwari. 12. Women entrepreneurship problems solutions and future prospects of development/Anu Chadha and Amrik Singh. 13. Women entrepreneurship constraints and suggestions towards women empowerment/H.N. Mishra. 14. Women entrepreneurship in India (problems solutions and future prospects of development)/Deepali Sharma and Praveen Sharma. 15. Entrepreneurship and economic development emerging opportunities and challenges in developing India/woman entrepreneurship development key to women empowerment and self reliance/Shini Obroi. 16. Women entrepreneurship problems solutions and prospects of future development with special reference to Rewa city/Ajay K. Mishra and Pratyush Tripathi and Rakhi Srivastava. 17. Women empowerment/G.K. Ruprah. 18. Women entrepreneurship development key to women empowerment and self reliance/Sapna Chawla. 19. Women entrepreneurship key to women empowerment and self reliance/Urmila Verma and Nidhi Srivastava. 20. Women entrepreneurship development key to women empowerment and self reliance/Rajesh Naik and Narendra Koshti. 21. Women entrepreneurship past present and future/Vijayshri Khanna and Alpana Singh. 22. Women entrepreneurship challenges and prospects/Elena Philap. 23. Role of education and awareness in promoting women entrepreneurship/M.R. Sahu and K.K. Agarwal. 24. Women empowerment through entrepreneurship problems solutions and future prospects/Smriti Khurasia. 25. Entrepreneurial development for women in rural India problems and strategies/R.K. Agrawal T.S. Singhatwaria and Shruti Punj. 26. Women entrepreneurship problems solutions and future prospects of development/Deepa Sharma. 27. Development of women entrepreneurship among rural women/Gyanendra Tripathi. 28. Women entrepreneurship development key to women empowerment and self reliance/Kalpana Pande. 29. Women entrepreneurship problems solutions and future prospects of development/Bhawana Soneji. 30. Women entrepreneurship development key to women empowerment and self reliance/Abhitab Dubey Akhilesh Kumar and Sonal Chansoria. 31. Women entrepreneurship development/Kavita Rawlani A.K. Mansuri and Sheetal Vyas. Index. Women are the nuclei of a nation. They are the real builder and moulder of a nation's destiny. The position and status of women in any society is an index of its civilisation and progress. Though more than half a century has passed after independence development of women entrepreneurship has not been rapidly achieved as the other measures of development. The question arise that why is this scenario exists. Who is responsible for it. What is to be done to overcome the problems of women entrepreneurship. This edited volume relates to all the above questions and provides probable answers to them. This book also tries to make an humble effort to inculcate entrepreneurial attitude and enhancing self employment among women with the help of innovative ideas and suggestive measures of all authors. 226 pp. Seller Inventory # 67060

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Edited by K. Mukhopadhyay , R.K. Bhattacharya and B.N. Sarkar

Published by ASI (2002)

ISBN 10: 8185579644 ISBN 13: 9788185579641

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About this Item: ASI, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Key note address: Jarawa contact – ours with them / theirs with us/R.K. Bhattacharya. Contacts and conflicts: 1. Befriending the Jarawas : some personal experiences/Bhaktawar Singh. 2. The Jarawas: contact and conflict/Ujjwal Mishra. 3. No more hostility : a critical phase in the Jarawa society/Jayanta Sarkar. 4. A brief history of relationship between the Jarawas and others/K. Mukhopadhyay. 5. The Jarawas and their neighbours : the post-independence scenario/Sumitabha Chakraborty and Amitava Dinda. Environmental and ecological issues: 1. The Jarawas and their habitat : a man-nature relationship/Umesh Kumar and Samir Biswas. 2. Territory and landscape around the Jarawa Reserve/Manish Chandi. 3. Impact assessment around the Jarawa Reserve, middle and South Andaman Islands/Harry V. Andrews. 4. Jarawa biosphere reserve : management solution for protection of the Jarawas/T.C. Nautiyal. Linguistic issue:1. Structure of the Jarawa language/V.R. Rajasingh. Health, nutrition and demographic issues: 1. A demographic and health profile of the Jarawas of Andaman Islands/B.N. Sarkar and R. Sahani. 2. Medical coverage provided to the Jarawas: a note on the basis of personal experiences/R.C. Kar. 3. Health problems and health care of the Jarawas in the transition phase/Elizabeth Mathews. Welfare and some related issues: 1. Welfare of the Jarawas : steps taken/Som Naidu. 2. Andaman trunk road and the Jarawa situation/Samir Acharya. 3. Welfare of the Jarawas and some post – colonial thoughts/K. Mukhopadhyay. Ethnographic notes: 1. Some ethnographic notes on the Jarawas/K.M. Sinha Roy. Maps. References. Annexure: 1. Some observation on the present condition of the Jarawas and on programme for their welfare. 2. Some major incidents of conflict : 1946 to 1998. Subject index. "The Jarawas, a Negrito group of people of the Andaman Islands, are perhaps one of the last surviving classical example of hunter gatherers of the world, the other being the Sentinelese of North Sentinel Island of the Andamans. The Jarawas has recently come in direct contract with the non-Jarawa population of diverse culture and are in constant threat of losing their age old hunting and gathering activities along with their culture. The present book contains seventeen articles examining the beginning of this transitional phase of the Jarawas against the backdrop of their ‘ancient’ culture. This, indeed, is a critical phase. The contributors from different fields of social sciences and also from other disciplines, having first-hand knowledge of work with the Jarawas, have discussed the multiple issues in their articles. This will be of immense interest and add to the very limited knowledge about these people. This volume has taken up the most vital and important issues relating to the survival of a group of Negrito foragers, whose counterparts in other parts of the world, by and large, are either on the verge of extinction or are already extinct.". Seller Inventory # 43530

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Sanjay Tiwari

Published by Sarup, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176256412 ISBN 13: 9788176256414

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Disinvestment in India lacking perspective/R.S. Tiwari. 2. Privatisation of public sector enterprises the disinvestment programme in India/S.N. Singh and Poonam Singh. 3. Disinvestment the process goes on/Navita Nathani and Umesh Holani. 4. Performance of public sector undertakings after disinvestments/M.K. Mehta and Reena Dhingra. 5. Disinvestment in public sector composition and direction/Jinendra Kumar Jain. 6. Disinvestment in India some facts a case study of HTL limited/Anil Dhagat and Shubhangi Dhagat. 7. Disinvestment policy a critical evaluation/I.P. Tripathi Ajay Mishra and Pratyush Tripathi. 8. Disinvestment in PSEs an idealogical battle/S.K. Bajpayee and Sanjay Tiwari. 9. The disinvestment and its prospect/Bhupendra Upadhyay and Ashish Sharma. 10. Disinvestment in commercial sector and the contribution of foreign domestic capital market in the commercial sectors/Sandip K. Bhatt and Julius Mogaka Gekonde. 11. No controversy or myth disinvestment is the only reality and way forward for India/Manohar Pandit and G.P. Tripathi. 12. Disinvestment in India a critical review of the reforms/Bhartendu Singh. 13. Disinvestment programme a critical evaluation/N.C. Tripathi and Manish Shah. 14. For the survival of leading industries the best concept/Kumbhan Khandewal G.K. Singhal and Vivek Patni. 15. Disinvestment policy in public sector unfavourable step/R.S. Sohane and Vinod Mishra. 16. Disinvestment of public sector/Himanshu D. Pandya and Dharmavir Sinh and B. Rana. 17. Disinvestment of public sector in India/Sunil Pahwa and Sanchita Chakraborty. 18. Valuation models of P.S.U.'s for disinvestment purpose/H.V. Halve and Anurag Singh. 19. Sustainable high rates of economic growth in India/Rajeev Singh and Jai Chadda. 20. A positive aspect of disinvestment of public sector in India/Smriti Khurasia. 21. Disinvestment of public sector in India/Sapna Chawla. 22. Disinvestment of public sector in India/Sandeep Mathur and Aarti Tamrakar. 23. The restructuring or disinvestment programme in India the imperative need of the hour/Anshuja Tiwari. 24. Disinvestment of public sector in India/Ajanta Bose. 25. A critical study of disinvestment policy/Sunita Anand and Richa Rai. 26. Disinvestment of public sector enterprises/Neeta Deepaware and Sapna Sharma. 27. Disinvestments of public sector units of India/Dilpreet Sahni. 28. Disinvestments of public sector in India/Paritosh Dubey and Ashok Nayak. 29. Disinvestment of public sector in India/Reeta Thakur. Index. Like many other developing countries India has evolved from precapitalist form into a mixed economy. The programmes of large scale industrialisation adopted by the government ever since the beginning of the second Five Year Plan have helped the economy in coming out of the low level equilibrium trap and introduced many significant structural changes. The industrial sector was plagued by stagnation and retrogression for full two decades i.e. form 1965 to 85 the industrial licensing policy failed in achieving its objectives the public sector has failed to utilise its resources properly leading to substantial under utilization of capacity and colossed wastage of resources etc. In the light of these issues the government of India launched the New Industrial Policy 1991. One of the thrust areas of the policy is disinvestment. The present policy of disinvesting is initially in small fractions in public enterprises and joint venture to meet the budgetary deficit and for rechannalisation into new industrial activities it is like selling the family silver to have a good time. The main purpose of this edited volume is to stimulate readers to gain an insight into the problems of the disinvestment management and suggestions. 264 pp. Seller Inventory # 60763

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Lalneihzovi

Published by Mittal, Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8183241905 ISBN 13: 9788183241908

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About this Item: Mittal, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword/P.L. Sanjeev Reddy. Introduction/Arvind K. Sharma. Preface. 1. Women's development problems and prospects/Shanta Kohli Chandra. 2. Women's development historical perspective/K.L. Noatay. 3. Policies and programmes for the upliftment of women in India/Lalneihzovi. 4. Women's participation in politics and decision making problems and prospects/R.N. Prasad. 5. Political empowerment of women/Yogendra Narain S.N. Sahu and L. Lakshmi. 6. Women's empowerment through Panchayati Raj Institution a case study of Wambori Gram Panchayati in Maharashtra/Neelima Deshmukh. 7. The genre of women leaders in local bodies experience from Tamil Nadu/G. Palanithurai. 8. Women leaders and Panchayat Raj a micro study/Srinibas Pathi. 9. Empowerment of women in urban administration/U.B. Singh. 10. Empowerment of women from North East Indian women's perspective/T. Vanlaltlani. 11. The women's reservation bill a crisis of identity/Roopa Sharma. 12. Reservation for women in union and state legislatures a perspective/Snehlata Panda. 13. Administration of women prisoners in Orissa problems and issues/Sabita Mishra and Amarendra Mohanty. 14. Women empowerment in Haryana the educational dimension/S.S. Chahar and Neelam. Index. Development is a process of societal transformation from a traditional society to a modern society. It emphasises the elimination of poverty unemployment social economic and gender inequality. Women are at the heart of development. Development plans ought to take into account women's abilities rights and needs at every stage. It also means a better life which calls for equality of opportunities and social justice to all people across gender caste/class and religion. The process needs to involve the poor and deprived men and women enabling them to get the benefit there from and to save their own future that can be possible only by political and economic empowerment. A development strategy without involving gender as a category appears wasteful and self defeating. The edited volume which comprises fourteen scholarly papers deals with the concept of development and various issues/problems and constraints viz. political and economic empowerment of women and suggests to resolve the degrading socio politico economic conditions affecting the poor/neglected women adversely who are the victims of chronic poverty unemployment exploitation and gender inequality because of unequal productive and property relations. It provides policy insights and will be highly useful and valuable. 306 pp. Seller Inventory # 63384

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edited by Pratibha Bhatnagar

Published by Pointer (2014)

ISBN 10: 8171327818 ISBN 13: 9788171327812

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About this Item: Pointer, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Foreword. Preface. I. In-Situ and Ex-Situ conservation of natural gums and resin yielding plants: 1. Natural resins and gums: sectoral analysis and directions/R. Ramani. 2. Acacia Senegal: an unexplored tree for commercial gum production in India/L.N. Harsh. 3. In-situ and ex-situ conservation of gum Karaya (Sterculia urens Roxb.) for sustainable livelihoods/V. Krishna Rao. 4. Distribution of commiphora wightii arnott Bhandari in Central and Western India/Moni Thomas, Atul Shrivastava, S.S. Tomar and Niranjan Prasad. 5. Guggul commiphora wightii: from a techno commercial perspective/N.B. Brindavanam. 6. Plant population status and harvesting of Kullu gum (Sterculia urens) from the peotected and natural forests of Central India/Manish Mishra. 7. Conservation of Guggul plants (commiphora wightii arnott Bhandari in the fragile Chambal ravine ecosystem in Morena District of Madhya Pradesh/Moni Thomas, Atul Shrivastava, S.S. Tomar, Niranjan Prasad, R. Ramani and Zakir Hussain. 8. Natural gum yielding trees-needs multiplication and management for sustainable collection, trade and livelihood of tribals/Sharad Nema. 9. In-situ conservation of gum Karaya tree (sterculia urens Roxb.) in Chhattisgarh/Pratibha Katiyar. R. Gupta and R. Modi. II. Sustainable harvesting: 10. Ethephon based gum harvesting methodology for guggul (commiphora wightii arn. Bhandari in arid Rajasthan/Ranjana Arya and Bindu Nirwan. 11. Termite infestation on azadirachta indica: a multipurpose tree of semi-arid zone/Shiwani Bhatnagar, Sangeeta Singh, Desha Meena and Suman Kanshana. 12. Field testing of borehole method of Oleo-resin tapping/Kulwant Rai Sharma and Chander Lekha. III. Processing, storage, value addition and quality control of gums: 13. Post-harvest processing of natural resins and gums/Niranjan Prasad and Alok Nath. 14. Scientific insights of indigenous methods of collecting gum-butea Kamarkas and its impact on livelihood of Saharia tribe in Central India/Rajendra Prasad, V.D. Tripathi and S.K. Dhyani. 15. Gums and resins: role in social and livelihood needs of forest dependent communities is states of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh/Rajiv Rai. 16. Enhancing livelihood from harvesting, processing, grading and marketing of Boswellia serrata and anogeissus Latifolia in Sheopur District/Pratibha Bhatnagar, Maneesh Goswami, Kiran Kawde and Sonam Jain. 17. Pre-sowing seed treatments in sterculia urens (roxb.) to enhance seed germination and seedling growth/Archana Sharma. IV. Trade and marketing: 18. Reduce rural poverty through pro poor natural gum value chain management/Manoranjan Mohanty. 19. Tapping collection and trading of Guggul in Morena District, Madhya Pradesh/Moni Thomas, Atul Shrivastava, S.S. Tomar, Mehtab Siddiqui, Niranjan Prasad and Zakin Hussain. 20. Market information system and price trends for gum yielding species/Pratibha Bhatnagar, Alok Raikwar and Suneel Sutrakar. Index. Gums and resins form an important group of non timber forest products. India is among the five large gum producing countries. Annual trade is in several thousand tonnes, Indonesia, India and China are among the world's biggest producer of gums and resins. The production of gum and resins is also a source of livelihood support to millions of people residing in forests besidees being a major source of employment. People living in semi-arid region depend on collection of gums and resins for cash income and livelihood. The book deals with important issues on conservation of natural gums and resins in their natural landscape and ex situ conservation, sustainable harvesting, processing, storage, value addition and marketing. Most of these gums and resins are collected from forests and are high value produce. India is an important exporter of gum karaya, guar gum, lac and psyllium. A number of other gums like Gum Ghatti, Guggal gum, Salai gum, Oleo resin, Butea gum etc are also collected from forests. This book has a collection of papers on these gums giving scie. Seller Inventory # 114223

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Saroja Bhate and S D Laddu

Published by Bhandarkar Oriental Res Inst, Pune (2004)

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About this Item: Bhandarkar Oriental Res Inst, Pune, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Articles 1. A glance at the word Varna in the Vedic literature/Uma Chakravarty. 2. On astronomical references in Vyasa Dhrtarastra Samvada in the Bhismaparvan of Mahabharata/B.N. Narahari Achar. 3. Indian origins of chess an overview/C. Pandurang Bhatta. 4. A discussion about the rare quotes from Candesvara Thakkura's Rajanitiratnakara/Swagata Pandit. 5. Kiratarjuniya IX ( A)/J.A.F. Roodbergen. 6. Characterizing classical anustup a study in Sanskrit Prosody/G.S.S. Murthy. 7. The Ramayana tradition in Central Himalaya/D.P. Sakalani. Miscellanea 1. On Aryabhata's planetary constants/Subhash Kak. 2. Political history as an integral study of political life and institutions/Shankar Goyal. 3. Is salvation a nonexistence in the Nyaya school/Satyamurti. 4. Vedic culture in comparison with Indo European Common Culture/Hukam Chand Patyal. 5. Mahimnastava edited by Prof. Norman Brown some observations/K.S. Arjunwadkar. 6. Visnu in the Veda/Vishvanath Khaire. Reviews 1. Collected papers on Jain studies/Padmanabha S. Jaini. 2. Dr. Charlotte Krause her life and literature Vol. I/Hazarimull Banthia and Luitgard Soni reviewed by R.P. Poddar. 3. Before the beginning and after the end/ Rishi Kumar Mishra. 4. Retrieval of history of Puranic myths/P.L. Bhargava reviewed by S.K. Lal. 5. Bhasasastra Pravesini (A handbook on comparative philology)/R.S. Venkatarama Sastri reviewed by G.B. Palasule. 6. Religion revisited/J. Ouseparampil reviewed by Pradeep Gokhale. 7. Sri Balakrsna Granthavali/Balakrsna Bhatta. 8. Kavya in South India (Old Tamil Cankam poetry)/Herman Tielon and Egbert Forsden reviewed by P.G. Lalye. 9. Aryan culture in Assam/Manotosh Chakravarti reviewed by Uma Chakravarty. Books received for review. Obituary notices 1. Pandit Vaman Balakrishna Bhagvat Guruji/Saroja Bhate. 2. Prof. Chintamani Ganesh Kashikar/Shrikant Bahulkar. 220 pp. Seller Inventory # 68944

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Edited by P. Adinarayana Reddy and D. Uma Devi

Published by Sarup & Sons (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176256196 ISBN 13: 9788176256193

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About this Item: Sarup & Sons, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. Contributors. I. Strategies for total literacy: 1. Education for all/K. Parthasarathy. 2. Essential pre-conditions for successful working of adult education programme/Bhalba Vibhute. 3. Adult literacy: what chance of success?/Ranjit Singh. 4. Urban adult education/S.C. Jhansi and Santosh Kumar Mishra. 5. Strategies for attaining total literacy/Shyam Atluri & Y. Bhaskaracharyulu. 6. Future strategy for eradication of illiteracy and poverty/N. Venkateswarulu. 7. Strategies for retention of literacy/Madan Singh. 8. Strategies for learning centred education: moving from Pedagogy to Heutagogy/M. Rajendra Prasad and S. Sundaram. 9. Literacy teaching in multi-lingual and multi-cultural context/R. Rajan. II. Experiences of total literacy campaigns: 10. People's participation in total literacy campaign: the experiences of Shanti Ashram, Coimbatore/Kalpana Raja. 11. Involvement of university students and teachers in the total literacy campaign--our experience/S. Umayaparvathi. 12. Role of youth in the Shillong city literacy drive (some learning points from the campaign)/Biloris Lyndem Laso. 13. Akshara Sankranthi programme in Chitoor district/T. Kumaraswamy, G. Stanley Jay Kumar & V. Robert Devadoss. III. Uses of literacy: 14. Literacy and peoples participation/Shyam Atluri, B.S. Vasudeva Rao. 15. Adult education--a vehicle for development/P.P. Satyanarayan Rao. 16. Total literacy campaigns and women empowerment/P. Adinarayana Reddy and D. Uma Devi. 17. Role of adult education in promotion of human rights/P.P. Satyanarayana Rao. 18. Literacy and the other development indicators: the key factors for sustainable development/P. Ch. Lakshmi Narayana and M. V.S.S. Prakasa Rao. IV. Mass media and teaching learning materials: 19. Mass media in adult education/P. Vasantha Kumari and K. Sudha Rani. 20. Mass Media in adult education/M.C. Obulesu and G. Umapathi. 21. Role of mass media in adult education: some perspectives & problems/M. Sowjanya. 22. Role of mass media in adult education: a case study of community listening and community viewing scheme of Tamil Nadu/Ananthasayanam and R. Vidya. 23. Adult literacy: the role of libraries/B.S. Vasudeva Rao. 24. Developing modules for adult learners: a peep into the procedure/Rita Chopra. 25. Teaching/learning materials for adult learners/Neo-literates/K. Sudha Rani and P. Vasantha Kumari. V. Administration of adult education programmes: 26. Adult education: the administrative imperatives/E.A. Narayana. 27. Trends in adult education administration and resource structure/M.V. Lakshmi Reddy. 28. Professionalisation of Indian adult education/S.Y. Shah. VI. Continuing education programme: 29. Continuing education: need of a wider perspective/J.P. Dubey. 30. Continuing education institutions in professional development/M.C. Reddeppa Reddy. 31. Equivalency programme--a boon to many/K. Sivadasan Pillai. 32. Open schools--a study/D. Janardhan Reddy and G. Hussain Reddy. 33. Functioning of continuing education committees a case study/P. Viswanadha Gupta. VII. Monitoring, evaluation and research: 34. Monitoring and information system in adult education a case study of Tamil Nadu/L. Raja. 35. Evaluation of literacy programme: need for experiments/J.P. Dubey. 36. Research in adult continuing education: critical assessment of the past and the strategies for the twenty first century/Rajesh. 37. Research in adult & continuing education: problems and possibilities/V. Reghu. 38. Adult education research: trends and gaps/G. Goyal and L. Gupta. VIII. Growth of literacy: 39. Progress of women's education/D. Pulla Rao. 40. Total literacy in Tamil Nadu challenges and strategies/L. Raja. "Recognising the role of literacy in alround development of the individual and nation as a whole, the government of India has formulated and launched a number of schemes for the promotion of literacy among the masses. The literacy programmes are continuously improved in terms of its quality based on the past experiences. Seller Inventory # 60753

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R K Uppal

Published by Mahamaya Pub, New Delhi (2009)

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About this Item: Mahamaya Pub, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. 1. Indian banking in globalized era moving towards better tomorrow/R.K. Uppal and Rimpi Kaur. 2. Innovations in banking/Ruchi Trehan Niti Soni and Aarti Verma. 3. Banking with technology/Niti Soni Gurpreet Kaur and Aarti Verma. 4. Information communication technology in banking sector a case of SAARC countries/Sambit Kumar Mishra. 5. ISABELLA and her basil pot The Baselessness of Basel Report for Rural and Semi Urban Banking in India/B.N. Nimbur D.M. Madari and Shivkumar Deene. 6. Impact of technology on banking/K.V.N.B. Kumar G. Sambasiva Rao and A. Uttama Durga Devi. 7. E banking an emerging perspective of the regulatory and taxation issues/Meenakshi Madan. 8. Opportunities in customer relationship management in financial services industry/Sanskritirani Desai. 9. Customer relationship management in banks/Nishikant Jha. 10. Customer Relationship Management (CRM) A new challenge for the banking industry/Akash Kumar. 11. CRM in banks/Shallu Sehgal. 12. A study of Corporate Governance in Indian Banks/Sudeep Chatterjee. 13. Corporate governance in Indian banking sector concept and issues/Navdeep Kumar and Rama. Indian financial sector has been undergoing significant transformation as a result of the reform process which began one and half decade ago. During this period stupendous changes have occurred in the banking industry and it is encouraging to note that the reforms have been successful. Based on the experience gained the second trance of reforms is being pursued. Today the banking industry is stronger and is capable of withstanding the pressures of competition. While internationally accepted prudential norms have already been adopted with higher disclosures and transparency public sector banks are gradually moving towards adopting the best practices in accounting corporate governance and risk management. The government has also taken various steps to provide operational autonomy and independence to the public sector banks. It has also proposed to disinvest upto 33 per cent of its share in banks capital so as to achieve broad based ownership and help in augmenting the capital resources of banks. Interest rates have been more or less deregulated while the rigor of directed lending is being progressively reduced. Thus their progressive growth composite forces are expected to gather strength in the coming years. Indian banking and financial system in the new millennium is facing a series of new challenges. The challenges are manifold and multidimensional under the influence of globalization coupled with the adoption of new technology and stiff competition arising out of the changed situation. In order to meet the global challenge and explore the emerging opportunities there is a dire need to reset an organizational structure culture system and procedure etc. to the changes that are pushing the banks into the multilateral arena. This edited book comprises many articles/research papers of eminent scholars which indicate the new path and better future of Indian banking industry. This edited book examined the developments in the banking sector during the post liberalization period. It covers a large number of issues confronting the banking industry. However the focus is on the following aspects Rational and efficacy of banking reforms reforms and globalization of Indian banks transition of banks effect on productivity information technology customer relation management retail banking and on some other important aspects of banks. The book will be very useful for banking industry researchers academicians and those who are interested in banking studies. 230 pp. Seller Inventory # 72589

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Amrita Yadava and Nov Rattan Sharma

Published by Global Vision Publishing House, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8182201950 ISBN 13: 9788182201958

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About this Item: Global Vision Publishing House, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. Introduction. I. Nature and development 1. Embodiment of positive health psychology/Amrita Yadava Nov Rattan Sharma and Sushma Sharma. 2. Positive health a conceptual analysis/Shyodan Singh. 3. Positive mental health an experiential analysis/Adarsh Kohli and S.K. Verma. 4. Psycho social determinants of health/A. Suresh and Latha. 5. Positive health and wellbeing in adverse environment a leaf from the invulnerables/Meena Hariharan. 6. Identity and well being/Damanjit Sandhu and Suninder Tung. II. Societal health issues 7. Exploring the gender differences in occupational stress and coping strategies among teachers/Arun Kumar and S.K. Srivastava. 8. Imagery intervention for enhancing intrinsic motivation concentration and performance of football players/Narinder Singh and Vandana Sharma. 9. Job values in relation to mental health of IT professionals of public and private sector/Jincy Oommen and Manju Mehta. 10. Managerial perspective of employee counselling in Indian organisations a qualitative analysis/H.L. Kaila. 11. Role of social support in the relationship of stress and depression among managerial personnel/A.P. Singh L.K. Mishra and S. Sharma. 12. Locus of control birth order and residence as predictor of general well being/Ashok. K. Kalia and Sudhir Sahu. 13. Enabling the disabled a multi dimensional approach/Vidhu Mohan and Richa Shri. III. Disease mechanism and management 14. Depression in relation to self efficacy and parenting style among adolescents/Shalini Singh Sunita Rani and Rajesh Kumar. 15. Effects of stress (life events) and locus of control on depression/A.P. Singh and A.K. Singh. 16. Mechanism and management of stress and hostility in hypertensives/Baby Shari. P.A. and C. Jayan. 17. Relationship of family environment with mental health of coronary artery disease patients/Gurminder Sokhey and Surinder Jaspal. 18. Stress in Angina Pectoris and Myocardial infracted patients/Naved Iqbal and Pooja Bhatnagar. 19. Positive psychology in combating physical disorders/Adarsh Kohli Manju Mohanty and S.K. Verma. IV. Health enhancement 20. Enhancing reproductive behaviour with application of behaviour technology/Vedagiri Ganesan. 21. Homoeopathic perspective of living a positive life/Anil Sharma. 22. Managing obesity with positive life style/Suman Sangwan Nov Rattan Sharma and Amrita Yadava. 23. Psycho social management of children women and aged affected in disaster/C.S. Singhal. 24. Risk taking behaviour preventive strategies and management/Madhu Jain. 25. Stress state well being and the need for counselling/Sandeep Kumar and A.P. Singh. V. Spirituality and positive health 26. Need for spiritual care training to the health caregivers/Akbar Husain. 27. Personal positivity as a correlate of health/Dinesh Satish Kumar and Rajbir Singh. 28. Positive health psychology its spiritual basis/Sajjan Singh. 29. Promoting health behaviours in young people/Shilpi Ashok Pandit. 30. Science and spirituality for positive health/T.N. Lakhanpal. Index. Positive Health Psychology is a distinctive title as all three words used in the title seems to propagate only and only positivism in life. The main objective of this edited volume is to elaborate and understand those positive issues which have the strength not only to prevent diseases but also have the capacity to promote and enhance integrated health with the help of psychological means and methods. Positive attitude towards life make it successful as well as meaningful. This book is a compilation of 30 articles classified in five parts. First part which consist of six articles describes the nature and development of positive health psychology. There are seven articles in part II where different authors have presented various health issues concerned with family work and society. Part III relates to the mechanism and management of many commonly known psycho physical diseases. Six articles listed in part IV of the book explains possible techniques an. Seller Inventory # 63351

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Edited by M.L. Chhipa

Published by Abhijeet Pub (2003)

ISBN 10: 8188683140 ISBN 13: 9788188683147

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About this Item: Abhijeet Pub, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Gandhi’s approach to religion in politics/M.L. Sharma. 2. The essence of Gandhian economics/Jai Narain Sharma. 3. Purification of politics: the Gandhian way/Ashu Pasricha. 4. Gandhi’s approach to social justice: a few aspects/Manish Sharma. 5. The political philosophy of Sarvodaya/Anil Dutta Mishra. 6. JP: the socialist of Indian origin/Sudhira Chandra Jena. 7. Nuclear threat to Asian peace/Meena Dutta. 8. Gandhi on caste based reservation/Seema Pasricha. 9. Gandhi, media, and the level of political discourse today/Kusum Lata Chaddha. 10. Fundamental right to propagate (convert) the religion: constituent assembly revisited/R.K. Gupta. 11. Changing federalism and unending controversies in India/A.N. Panda. 12. Balancing individual rights and public interest: imperative of judicial reform/Nalini Kant Jha. 13. Human rights and fundamental rights in India: a comparative study/Dilbir Kaur Bajwa. 14. Constitutionalism and democracy in India: party and electoral reforms hold the key of survival/Mahendra Prasad Singh. 15. Presidential form of Government of India: a necessity/R.K. Sharma. 16. Panchayati Raj in Himachal Pradesh/O.C. Sud. 17. Haryana Panchayati Raj Act, 1994 (Amended upto February 1999): a critical appraisal/S.S. Chahar. 18. Impact of 73 Amendment on women leadership in Haryana/P. Singh Mor and Parmod C. Sharma. 19. Emerging trends in Indian federalism/Sarita. Index. "Contemporary era in the Indian context, can be characterised as an era of transition. Mahatma Gandhi and the Constitution of India are the two most important factors which are key to understand the activities of the politics in India today. This is precisely what Professor R.N. Pal, the distinguished political scientist and an academician of international repute advocates. This book highlights these two vital aspects of Indian political system. The essays in this book have been contributed by the well wishers, friends and students of Professor R.N. Pal in honour of his yeomen service in the field. The learned contributors have discussed in their essays myriads of relevant themes like: use of religion in politics, relevance of Gandhian economics in the era of globalisation, liberalisation and emerging new economic world order; corruption/malpractices in the political system and the purification of politics; social justice; relevance of Sarvodaya; socialist and communist politics; nuclear threat and proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) in Asia; Mandalised politics and issue of caste based reservation; role of media in politics and political discourse today; right to propagate/convert religion and constitution; federalism and its related issues in India; human rights protection, constitution and judicial reforms, democracy and constitutionalism, electoral reforms, presidential form of government in Indian context and third tier of government via PRIs in India. These essays represent current day Indian scenario of political, economic and social realities, besides discussing these abovesaid topics the scholars offer valuable suggestions and reforms in Indian politics too." (jacket). Seller Inventory # 49211

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Edited by Mahabir Yadav

Published by Kaveri Books (2010)

ISBN 10: 8174791108 ISBN 13: 9788174791108

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About this Item: Kaveri Books, 2010. Contents Preface N K Jangira I Perspectives on National Curriculum Framework-2005 1 Organizational StructureMahabir Yadav 2 Teacher Education in India Issues and ConcernsS K Yadav 3 Learning Together to Achieve ExcellenceN K Jangira 4 Teachers Empowerment via National Curriculum FrameworkNakhat Nasri and Sarwat F Usmani 5 Trends in Teacher Education CurriculumMS Chhikara 6 Changing Needs of Teacher Education ProgrammeSushil Dhiman 7 Reflection on Present Day Teacher Education CurriculumNasrin and Afshan Anees 8 Opportunities of Reflective Practice in Pre-Service Teacher Education Programme As Projected by National Curriculum Framework-2005Arti Srivastava 9 A Plea for Two Year B Ed Regular ProgramLC Singh and Sudarshan Mishra II Innovative Practices in Teacher Education 10 Evaluation Practices in Teacher Education in the Context of NCF-2005Sudarshan Mishra 11 Innovations in Teacher EducationAashim and Bhawna Sharma 12 Preparation of Science Teachers in View of NCF-2005Subhash Chandra 13 Innovative Practices and Ideas in Teacher Education In the Light of National Curriculum Framework-2005Talat Jamil 14 Role of Constructivist Pedagogy in Teacher Education ProgrammeSK Mohanty 15 Role of Educational Technology Towards the Management of Learning Disabilities in the ClassroomAmita Puri and Mahabir Yadav 16 Somatic Inkblot Series SIS An IntroductionAmita Puri and Mahabir Yadav 17 Implementing the NCF-2005 Vision of Teacher EducationVandana Ghai 18 Constructivist Classroom Activities for Biology LearningBharti Dogra III Curriculum Transaction 19 Integration of ICT in Pre-Service Secondary Teacher Education CurriculumSusanta Kumar Pathy 20 Curriculum Framework for Quality Teacher Education in Indian ScenarioRekha Rani 21 Dynamic Assessment of the Evolving Cognitive Functions in ChildrenAmita Puri and Mahabir Yadav 22 Gender Issues in EducationGouri Srivastava 23 Construction and Standardization of Pupil Classroom Learning Behaviour Observation ScheduleMahabir Yadav 24 Characteristics of Good Grammar PresentationAmita Puri and Mandeep Bhalla 25 Relationship of Pupils-Classroom Learning Behaviour of High and Low Achievers in High Schools of DelhiMahabir Yadav 26 Contextual Learning in Biology Bharti Dogra IV Reflections on the Current Curriculum 27 Privatization and Secondary Teacher Education Issues and ChallengesBhanu Pratap Pritam 28 Population Education Role of Teacher EducationSaroj Bala Yadav 29 Reflection on Teacher Education and NCF-2005Rubina Shahnaz Anjum Ahmad and Aftab A Ansari 30 Teacher Education Curriculum in the Context of Globalization Liberalization and Privatization GLPShineh Suri 31 Need for Change in Roles and Perceptions of Teacher Education with Reference to NCF-2005J N Baliya 32 Beyond Cognition Sushma Sharma and Amita Puri 33 Enhancing Understanding of the Terms Commonly used ClinicallyAmita Puri 34 Digital Language Laboratory and the Teaching of English in India Pranita Gopal Index IndexThe book provides a holistic view of the National Curriculum Framework developed through consultations held with public employers educational experts and practitioners in the field of education and development in general and school education in particular The coverage includes all aspect of the school curriculum ranging from conceptualization of school education with its link to the task of national development its implications for school practice and the challenge preparing efficient teaching force The ideas presented in the book are the outcome of individual thinking of the professionals and practitioners tempered by interaction with experts in respective field Synthetic view presented in the beginning and towards the end adds value to the book Implications for practice of school education and teacher training will be quite helpful to teachers and teacher educators to refine their thoughts and practice The outcome will be the well equipped citizens of tomorrow Jacket 324 pp. Seller Inventory # 86981

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D M Diwakar and G P Mishra

Published by Manak, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8178271176 ISBN 13: 9788178271170

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About this Item: Manak, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction/D.M. Diwakar and G.P. Mishra. I. Deprivation concept perspectives and dimensions 1. Dimensions of deprivation and perspectives of inclusive development/D.M. Diwakar. 2. Deprivation and empowerment linkages in development discourse/NMP Verma and Richa Srivastava. 3. Deprivation and development in contradiction of Uttar Pradesh does the Bahujan Samaj Party has an alternative agenda/Sudha Pai. 4. Development and deprivation relative status of different social categories in U.P. in the post independence period preliminary results of a micro study from a Central U.P. District/H.S. Verma. 5. School education in Uttar Pradesh access financing and deprivation/Mohd. Muzammil. 6. Deprivation socialization and learning among children/Ajay Kumar. II. Employment growth and deprivation linkages 7. Employment and poverty dimensions of deprivation and their correlates/Ashok Mathur. 8. Employment income and structural change in Uttar Pradesh in the post liberalisation period/Anup K. Karan and Aseem Prakash. 9. Growth trend and sectoral behaviour in the economy of Uttar Pradesh/Manoj Kumar Agarwal. 10. Productivity and production functions in aggregate manufacturing sector in Uttar Pradesh/Rakesh Kumar. 11. Determinants of wages and employment of agricultural labourers in Uttar Pradesh/Sanatan Nayak. 12. Food security in India a focus on the district of Allahabad Uttar Pradesh/Bhaskar Majumder. 13. Status of implementation and impacts of land reforms on material and human deprivation in Uttar Pradesh/D.M. Diwakar. III. Economic deprivation policies and programmes 14. Some thoughts on nature and persistence of poverty in India1/AbuSaleh Shariff. 15. Strategy for rural development and poverty alleviation an appraisal of the changing policy perspective/Amitabh Kundu and Bal Paritosh Dash. 16. An evaluation of Prime Minister's Rojgar Yojana in Uttar Pradesh/A.N. Pandey. 17. Decentralised planning under Panchayati Raj experience from a field study in Uttar Pradesh/S.P. Singh. IV. Resource mobilization institutional finance and rural development 18. Deepening fiscal crisis in Uttar Pradesh and suggested measures/Ajit Kumar Singh. 19. Economics of agriculture spatial and scale bias in Bank Finance (A district wise study of Uttar Pradesh)/P.K. Sinha and Shakti Kumar. 20. Pattern of District Co operative Central Banks Loan defaults in Uttar Pradesh a cross district analysis/K. Chandrasekhar. 21. Institutional Finance and the rural poor/Ajit Kumar Singh. V. Gender empowerment and challenges 22. Socio economic status of women across states in India/Achala Srivastava. 23. Issues on empowering women impact of introducing reservation policy under Panchayati Raj System/G.S. Mehta. 24. Deprivation and women's health in rural Uttar Pradesh/U. Kalpagam. 25. Gender dimension of inclusive development a case study of women physicians/N.F. Abidi. VI. Globalization market and deprivation 26. Globalisation and Dilemmas of inclusive development directive principles to Directionless state policy/D. Narasimha Reddy. 27. Caste and economic discrimination reflections on theory concept and consequences/Sukhadeo Thorat. Index. This edited book analyzes various dimensions of deprivation with collective wisdom and reflection and underlines deteriorating employment situation growing revenue and fiscal deficits and debts amidst slow pace of growth along with declining public investment resulting necessarily into non development syndrome. This volume could bring clearly that there is no sign of any let up against exclusion unless a comprehensive package of deprived centric development strategies are worked out. Continuity of structural deprivation which made Dalit and women worse and further accentuated with ill effects of policies in changing situation particularly in the wake of liberalization privatization and globalization. This has an imperative towards reorientation of development strategies in favour of deprived masses so that the economy at. Seller Inventory # 58294

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Mohan Prasad Shrivastava

Published by APH Pub, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8131301591 ISBN 13: 9788131301593

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About this Item: APH Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Vision 2020 Merger and acquisition of Indian banking/Mohan Prasad Shrivastava and Anupama. 2. Indian banking vision 2020/S.B. Singh. 3. Capital accord and three Pillars of Basel II/V.P. Vithyarthy and Satendra Kr. Gupta. 4. Consolidation in banking sector through mergers and acquisitions/Paras Mal Jain. 5. Issue of consolidation and Merger in present banking system/Pradeep Kumar Pandey. 6. Impact of consolidation/Merger in Indian banking/Surendra Prasad Singh. 7. Merger and consolidation in cooperative banks vision and concern/Surendra Prasad Yadav. 8. Challenges and opportunities of mergers in Indian banking/Nanad Kumar Singh and Ravindra Kumar Singh. 9. Corporate governance and public sector banks/Madhusuden Mishra and Anuj Kumar. 10. Corporate governance practices bench marketing for India banks/Madhu Sehgal. 11. Corporate governance and social responsibility in Indian banking/Rajesh Jain. 12. Risk management in Indian banking/Prabhat Singhal. 13. Operational risk management in banks/S.S. Sinha. 14. Technological transformation in Indian banking/S. Kalavathy. 15. Outsourcing in banks as a business model ATM credit cards/V.S.R. Murthy and H.S. Srinivasan. 16. Banking sector in global perspective/Nilima Sahay. 17. Changing risk environment scenario in Indian banking/T.S. Narayanasami. 18. Effectiveness of DRTs in recovery of bank dues/Charanjit Singh and Mohammad Farook Khan. 19. Indian banking managing transformation/Mohd. Azmatullah Mobeen. 20. Banking strategy universal banking end of the road/R. Radhakrishnan. 21. Regulatory issues unshackling the past/S.S. Kohli. 22. Relevance of social leading in Indian banking/B.K. Dey and Pradeep Kumar. 23. Banking reforms and global competition/Anant Pratap Singh. 24. WTO and financial services in India with references to GATS/A.P. Singh. 25. Integrating multiple banking delivery channels for competitive edge/Kanchana Khanna. 26. Strategic Human Resource Management and VRS in Indian banking/Reeta Kaul. 27. Need scope and activities of management audit in global business/V.P. Garg. 28. Increasing the flow of credit to agriculture by commercial bank the task ahead/B.G. Baria and Prasum Kumar Das. 29. Restructuring the RRBs/Harish Chandra Sukhdeve. 30. Management of customer relationship in banking sector in India/Pankaj Kumar. 31. Capital adequacy ratio and Basel II in Indian banking system/Sita Ram Singh S.N. Cheturvedi and Prafulla Kumar Arya. Index. Banking and financial sector reforms in India in 1991 have greatly changed the face of Indian banking. The Indian banking after second Narsimhan Report has moved gradually from a regulated environment to a deregulated market economy. The market developments kindled by liberalisation and globalisation have resulted in changes in the international role of banks. The pace of transformation has been more significant in recent times with technology acting as catalyst. Under WTO Indian Banking sector has been opened up for global competition. Banks will have to gear up to meet stringent prudential capital adequacy norms under Basel II and merger and acquisition process. This timely book contains most significant and burning issues through the various research papers of the learned contributors related to global banking competition consolidation through merger and acquisition asset liability management risk management technological application NPAs universal banking challenges with threats from private global banks restructuring and rationalisation of Indian banking. This edited volume is a collection of rare and relevant materials designed in a very systematic scientific and transparent manner and in a simple and vivid style keeping in view the interest of students teachers researchers policy makers banking personnel customers economy and all concerned. 414 pp. Seller Inventory # 63094

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Edited by Kalika Yadav, H.K. Khandai and Anshu Mathur

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About this Item: Shipra Publication, 2011. Contents Foreword Preface 1 Shared learning--a vital approach for teachers education in IndiaBK Passi Hemant Kumar Khandai and Anshu Mathur 2 Changes and challenges of teacher education issues ahead for qualityUC Vashistha and Hemanta Kumar Khandai 3 Role of continuing education and extension in globalisation era under university system of higher educationKalika Yadav and Hemant Kumar Khandai 4 Right to education bill an awaited drizzlingHemant Kumar Khandai 5 Innovation in teacher educationPoonam Singh Kharwar 6 Restructuring of higher education for universalisation social perspectivesBaiju K Nath 7 Interpretation and reporting of test results marks vs gradesNityananda Pradhan 8 Shared learning through ICT in teachers education vision T 20Hemant Kumar Khandai and Anshu Mathur 9 ICT in education efficacy and reluctanceSmriti Bhosle 10 Total quality management in teacher education role of a teacher educatorGaurav Singh 11 The changing trend in psycopedagogyAnjum Ahmed 12 Brain based learning pedagogical implicationsNoushad Hausain 13 Quality in educational research the policy implicationsDR Kapoor 14 Achieving first goal of education for all Dakar framework of action 2000 cross state public initiativesDD Pandey 15 Strategic transformation of business education the mentors visionVani N Laturkar 16 Quality concerns in higher educationGeetika Agarwal 17 Taxonomy of interactive domain of educational objectivesSS Chaugule 18 An achievement to a challenge in open distance education a case study YCM open UniversityRucha Gujar 19 Female literacy in India a long road aheadLokanath Mishra 20 Role of facilitators in a total literacy programme for women an analysis of Jyothirgamaya programmeC Naseema and VK Jibin 21 Developing an interdisciplinary concept for sustainable global milieuHemant Kumar Khandai and Shabnam Khan 22 Lifelong learning in Indian higher education challenges in current global scenarioHemant Kumar Khandai and Anshu Mathur 23 Corrective approaches for sustainable extension education services in rural IndiaHemant Kumar Khandai and Anshu Mathur Future of any country lies in the classrooms and the talent being churned out from the Indian education system has the capability to match the best globally The book provides an extensive as well as in-depth analysis of the various innovations in education system In the present social system globalization demands compulsive use of new methods and technology and we necessitate with passion a learning environment to match with global needs as learning and sharing the knowledge to widen it is the only way to go forward We need to stimulate learning culture by promoting innovations in our system because the advancement in system yields rich dividends in future The book is designed as a road map for innovations and to indicate the barriers of the desired path Original and innovative thoughts may be found useful for the future of Indian education system in every aspect 238 pp. Seller Inventory # 86887

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Edited by B.N. Pandey and M.K. Jyoti

Published by APH (2012)

ISBN 10: 8176489964 ISBN 13: 9788176489966

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About this Item: APH, 2012. Contents Preface I General zoology 1 On the synonymy of Bucephalopsis confuses Verma 1936 and Bucephalopsis minimus Verma 1936 with Bucephalopsis magnum Verma 1936Anita Jha Harishchandra Prasad Sah and Punam Sahay 2 Threat to food qaulity of microbial originHemla Aggarwal and Brijesh Gupta 3 Endangered species of Bandhavgarh region with special references to mammalsUsha Awasthi and Surendra MIshra 4 Seasonal variations in the fat contents of Duthiersia fimbriata from the alimentary canal of caloles versicolorSanjay Kumar SN Singh Smita Anand and Purashottam Prasad 5 Length weight relationship in the catfish clupisoma bastariBhowate CS and Mulgir MT II Entomology 6 Relative abundance of spotted sugar ant camponotous maculates fabricus amongst various ant populations of Hatia RanchiRenu Kumari Mahendra Prasad and PN Panday  7 Ecotypes of Tasar silkworm in relation to their biological manifestation an over viewKB Sharma and Krishneshwar Sharma 8 Effect of additional food on the consumption of folliage and oxygen by the larvae pupae and moths of antheraea mylitta DAK Tripathi Sukarna Deb and Shivani 9 Soil insect biodiversity and its role in the nutrient dynamics a case study of Taimara ghatBK Sinha and Kavita Choudhary 10 Biology of common emigrant catopsilia crocale cramer lepidoptera on cassia SiameaSarabjeet Kaur Reen and Baldev Sharma 11 The role of soil insect biodiversity in soil fertility a sase study of dry deciduous forest of Kharkhand IndiaBK Sinha Kavita Choudhary and Madhusudan Mahto  12 Dacus Dorsalis order diptera family tephritidae a serious pest of Guava in Jammu J and KJS Tara Baldev Sharma and Rita Sharma III Ecology and environmental biology 13 Disappearance of molluscan shelfishes from Manakkudy estuary West Coast of IndiaN Arumugam and P Natarajan 14 Effect of physical factors on the insect catches of four orders in JammuJS Tara Baldev Sharma and Seema Bamba 15 Seasonal effects on the reeling performances of Tasar Cocoons in Antheraea mylitta Saturiniidae LerpidopteraMd Abdul Qadir Jilane Sarfaraz Ali and KB Sharma 16 On the environment and biodiversity of insects with special reference to aphids Homoptera in IndiaIK Ghosh  17 A review of zooplankton status of sone river in Shahdol District near Bansagar DamUsha Awasthi and Sikarwar Santosh Singh IV Aquatic biology 18 Is Third World War enevitable for water crisis in the 21st centuryBN Pandey 19 Fresh Water turtle population with reference to water quality status of river Saryu at Ayodhya FaizabadGC Panday 20 On the species diversity of Bellamya in the lower reaches of the river Subernarekha and their uses by local peopleSR Pal MC Mahata and PN Pandey 21 Development of sustainable aquaculture technology for inland saline groundwater role of periphytonSK Garg 22 Ichthyofauna of Paithan reservoir Nath Sagar Dam in Aurangabad District of Marathwada region Mahrashtra stateCJ Hiware and RT Pawar 23 Size of related variations in the food and feeding habits of Himalayan Mahseer Tor putitora inhabiting Jhajjar stream JammuMK Jyoti K Gupta and Jyoti Kapoor V Toxicology and physiology 24 Hepatoxicity of endosulfan on Albino ratsGeta Bansal Lalita Sharma Smriti Sharma and Chandra Dutt Sharma 25 Toxicity of mercuric chloride copper sulphate and zinc sulphate to an earthworm perionyx excavatusVV Vaidya and GK Kulkarni 26 Qualitative and quantitative analysis of copper and nickel in liver and kidney of Labeo rohita and Yamuna river at Taj city AgraPushpendra Tiwari and Prabhu N Saxena 27 Histopathological changes in the stomach of freshwater fish Garra mullya exposed to extract of Theventia Nerifolia and Datura InnoxiaPD Patil VR Borane and BR Shinde 28 Dutura Innoxia and Theventia Nerifolia induced behavioural changes in the fish Garra MullyaVR Borane BR Shinde and RD Patil  29 Effect of Cadmium toxicity on biochemical composition of a freshwater fish Rasbora DaniconiusMonica K Kale PP Joshi and GK Kulkarni VI Experimental biology 30 Effect of leaf extract of Tylophora in. Seller Inventory # 100114

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Edited by Christine Sleeter, Shashi Bhushan Upadhyay, Arvind K. Mishra and Sanjay Kumar

Published by Orient Blackswan (2012)

ISBN 10: 8125045317 ISBN 13: 9788125045311

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About this Item: Orient Blackswan, 2012. Contents List of Tables and Figures Publishers Acknowledgements Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations Introduction Part I Marginal Communities Social Exclusion and Schooling 1 Achieving Universal Elementary Education Expanding Access with EquityR Govinda and Madhumita Bandyopadhyay 2 Pedagogic Practice and the Violence against Dalits in SchoolingM Murali Krishna 3 Educational Progress among the Indian Tamil Minority in the Plantations of Sri LankaAngela W Little 4 School Education of the Marginalised A Critical Study of Tharu Tribals Education in West Champaran BiharSubhash Sharma  5 Muslim Educational Backwardness Competing Pressures of Secular and Religious LearningImtiaz Ahmad 6 Dalits and the Modern Education in Colonial IndiaShashi Bhushan Upadhyay Part II Hegemonies Formal Schooling Systems and the Child 7 Caste Race and Class A Marxist Critique of Caste Analysis Critical Race Theory and Equivalence or Parallellist Explanations of Social InequalityDave Hill 8 The Marks Race Indias Dominant Education Regime and New SegmentationManabi Majumdar and Jos Mooij Part III Pluralism Citizenship and School Education 9 The Peripherys Progeny The South African School and its Relationship to Youth Identity in Contemporary South AfricaCrain Soudien 10 Negotiating Difference in the Context of Pluralism Issues in African Schooling and EducationGeorge J Sefa Dei 11 Educating the Roma Towards a Human Rights-Based ApproachLynn Davies 12 Paving the Way to Self-Empowerment through a Rights-based EducationVedrana Spajic-Vrkas Part IV Developing Teaching and Learning Methods The Social Context 13 A Culturally Responsive Pedagogy of RelationsRussell Bishop 14 Language and Marginalisation in Primary Education in IndiaDhir Jhingran 15 N Navigating Cross-Currents of Standards Textbooks and MarginalityChristine Sleeter 16 Growing up in the Ashes Theoretical and Pedagogical Issues Affecting Indigenous EducationRaymond Nichol 17 Alternative Schooling for Children from the Musahar Community An Innovative ExperimentSanjay Kumar and Rafiul Ahmed Contributors Index Education is an enabling factor which facilitates not only economic betterment but also human freedom However for the marginalised- Dalits and tribals in India the Mapuche in Chile the M&257;ori in Aotearoa New Zealand as well as women in most parts of the world-basic education remains a challenge not only due to lack of access but also because the pedagogy of mainstream education alienates the marginalised The editors and contributors of School Education Pluralism and Marginality argue that school education must be conceptualised keeping in mind the material social and life experiences of marginalised groups They strongly argue that pluralism and social inclusion should be the core principles of the pedagogic conceptual framework practices and processes of school education across the worldDivided into four sections this volume brings together international perspectives on education from the USA UK Europe South Africa New Zealand and Sri Lanka among others with a focus on India It probes into the realities of the formal schooling system and the hegemonies that exclude children of the marginalised communities It also explores the relationships between school education labour processes and differential opportunities and their outcomes Importantly the contributions in this volume suggest measures for developing inclusive teaching and learning methods and practices and present models for culturally responsive and inclusive schoolingThis topical volume will be useful for students and scholars of education culture studies gender studies and Dalit studies It will also be of interest to policy-makers and NGOs working in the area of education  500 pp. Seller Inventory # 101167

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Edited by Vir Singh, Bipin Kumar, Nanda Nautiyal, Akanksha Rastogi and Anil Kumar Shankhwar

Published by Biotech Books (2012)

ISBN 10: 8176222577 ISBN 13: 9788176222570

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About this Item: Biotech Books, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. I. Climate change perspectives and issues: 1. Environmental Issues in India: a perspective/A.K. Dikshit and Raj Kumar. 2. Global warming and climate change: a perspective/Chinmony Mishra and Lipismita Samal. 3. Global warming: an alarming issue/Aali Pant and Swati Singh Rajput. 4. Microalgae in the greenhouse gas sequestration/Deksha Baliyan, Shweta Tyagi and S.K. Bhatnagar. 5. Climate chaos? a hysteria and simple myth/I.M. Arora. II. Water pollution: a threat to life: 6. Groundwater pollution: a threat to the last hope on the blue planet/Zeba Khanam and Vir Singh. 7. Assessment of pesticide levels in human system due to environmental contamination from North-East India/Kumkum Mishra and Ramesh C. Sharma. 8. Oil spill on ocean: control and management/Kanchan Deoli Bahukhandi, S.C. Gupta, V. Sujatha and Pawan Mandappa. III. Climate change and water resources: 9. Impacts of climate change on water/Bhanu Chaddha and Vaibhav Matta. 10. Global climate change and salinity: impact of salinity on the environment/Bhumija Kaphaliya and R.K. Srivastava. 11. Potential impacts of climate change on freshwater resources: a critical review/Anil Kumar Shankhwar, Nanda Nautiyal, Bipin Kumar, Akanksha Rastogi, R.K. Srivastava and Vir Singh. 12. Dissolved load characteristics of melt water of Chhota Shigri glacier Lahaul-Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh, India/Virendra Bahadur Singh, A.L. Ramanathan P.G. Jose, Paramanand Sharma and Anurag Linda. 13. Analysis of rainfall pattern for Anjar Taluka of Kutch district, Gujarat State/Sanskriti S. Mujumdar and Arvind S. Patel. 14. Impacts of climate change on water resources and agriculture in Rajasthan/Nidhi Kaushik. 15. Impact of Thuthi Kankasiya check dam on Irrigation in Machhan river basin/N./J. Shrimali and A.A. Patel. IV. Response to water crises: 16. Water insecurity: the plachimada struggle/Raju Narayana Swamy. 17. Waters of the Himalayas: the natural resources fundamental to life and livelihoods/Vir Singh. 18. Effect of natural coagulants on water quality parameters/L. Udaya Simha, Priya V. and Puttaswamy. 19. Climate change Ganga glaciers and agriculture: some reflections/Girijesh Singh Mahra. 20. Treatment of water receiving pulp and Paper Mill effluents: applying a cost effective and affordable method/Akansha Rastogi and Vir Singh. 21. Water, energy and women for sustainable development and achieving Millennium development goals in the mountains/Vir Singh. 22. Industrials use of wastewater to minimize its misuse/Archita Rai, Neraj Kumar and Sanchita Sharma. The water Planet is in Crises. The hydrosphere the largest body of the biosphere is in perilous state. Indiscriminate use of water in agriculture, industries, households, etc. has resulted in water scarcity. Water scarcity has coupled with water pollution. Whatever little water is left for drinking is infested with deadly pollutants, both chemicals and biological. Most of the ills humanity suffers from are owing to water pollution. Climate change has further intensified water crises in the form of accelerated glacier melt, fury of floods and impairment of overall water cycle of the biosphere. Yet people and their organizations have been attempting to respond to water crises the globe is in the grips of. Some of the responses are exemplary and could help us avert water crises but in order to put the hydrological cycle back into order we need to get rid of the vicious cycle of climate change and global warming. Efficient resource management significant curtailment in carbon emissions and enhanced carbon sequestration could be instrumental in controlling the negative factors responsible for climate change and global warming and help restore climate order of the earth in which the hydrosphere would resume its life enhancing and life sustaining role on earth and would turn to be the most important resource as usual of human progress and happiness. Seller Inventory # 108427

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Edited by Virendra Kumar, Jaspal Singh and S.R. Bhakar

Published by Himanshu (2005)

ISBN 10: 8179060993 ISBN 13: 9788179060995

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About this Item: Himanshu, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Verification of drainage design criteria/I. Srikanth and M.S. Shirahatti. 2. Surface drainage coefficient for Tarai of Kumaun Region of Uttaranchal State/Wondifraw Teshome and Yogendra Kumar. 3. Drainage studies for soybean in vertisols/Ramadhar Singh, Ravi Kishore and R.M. Singh. 4. Influence of sub-surface drainage on soybean crop production/Ramdhar Singh, Ravi Kishore, K.V. Ramana Rao and R.M. Singh. 5. Evaluation of irrigation practices under farmers' fields through modeling approach/Rajinder Singh, Joginder Singh and Sanjay Poonia. 6. Effect of drip irrigation and mulching on Okra Crop in calcareous soil of North Bihar/R. Suresh and A.P. Mishra. 7. Effect of drip lateral spacing and crop geometry on yield and quality of tomato under drip irrigation/B.C. Thakur and R.S. Spehia. 8. On farm study of leveling effect in rice and wheat crop in Uttaranchal Terai/Radhey Shyam. 9. Vanita Jha and Jodh Pal Singh. 10. Evaluation of border irrigation system in medium textured soil/Harish Chandra and B.P. Yadav. 11. Probabilistic irrigation water requirement of major crops of Udham Singh Nagar District of Uttaranchal State/Yogendra Kumar, Jitendra Kumar Singh and Shashi Kiran. 12. Estimation of crop water requirement for different field and vegetable crops in Bhopal region/D.M. Bhandarkar, S.S. Dhakad, K.S. Reddy and R. Singh. 13. Hydraulics of water flow under surge irrigation in vertisol/K.S. Reddy, R.M. Singh, D.K. Singh, K.V.R. Rao and D.M. Bhandarkar. 14. Surface drainage solution to waterlogging in coastal area - a case study/N. Sahoo, H.N. Verma, S.K. Jena, P. Nanda and D. Sahoo. 15. Development and evaluation of micro drip irrigation system in farmer's field/R.K. Sahu and Vimal Navin Rao. 16. Evaluation of drip irrigation and plastic mulching on papaya cultivation/Vinay K. Pandey, H.G. Sharma and N. Agrawal. 17. Importance and applicability of filters for different quality of irrigation water - a review/A. Upadhyaya, A.K. Singh, M.K. Roy and S.R. Singh. 18. Infiltration under surge irrigation to furrows/R. Ravi Babu, T.B.S. Rajput and A.K. Bhattacharya. 19. Management of irrigation to cashew plantation through drip irrigation/S.T. Ingle, M.R. More, D.S. Narvankar and P.P. Bhor. 20. Estimation of reference evapotranspiration under the sub-humid climatic conditions of Rajasthan/S.R. Bhakar and Raj Vir Singh. 21. Studies of discharge performance of different types of emitters used in Drip irrigation/K.N. Sharma, P. Ghosh and P.C. Pradhan. 22. Evaluation of drain spacing equations in Indira Gandhi Canal Command/Rohitashw Kumar, S.R. Bhakar, R.V. Singh and Virendra Kumar. 23. RS and GIS approach for evaluation of irrigation status/R.K. Nema, Nitin Dubey and M.K. Awasthi. 24. Leaching losses from nitrogenous fertilizer under paddy wheat rotation in Punjab/J.K. Chawla, K.G. Singh and D.S. Taneja. 25. A model for predicting nitrate movement and leaching losses under wetland moisture regime/K.G. Singh and S.K. Sondhi. 26. Effect of water salinity on tomato under drip irrigation/P.N. Agrawal, R.C. Purohit and Jaspal Singh. 27. Socio-economic and technological consequences attributed to adoption of micro-irrigation systems in Maharashtra/S.M. Taley, R.S. Patode and M.N. Pawade. 28. Irrigation scheduling for onion under micro-sprinkler method of irrigation/S.D. Gorantiwar, U.S. Kadam, S.A. Kadam, S.D. Rathod and H.M. Patil. 29. On uniformity in micro-sprinkler irrigation system/S.A. Kadam, U.S. Kadam, S.D. Gorantiwar, R.S. Dhotre and S.M. Patil. 30. Determination of drainage coefficient based on crops tolerance to waterlogging for Udaipur Region/Amit Kumar, Devesh Sharma, Mahesh Kothari and Virendra Kumar. 31. Effect of different moisture regimes on yield potential of Onion (allium cepa l.) under micro-sprinkler irrigation system/U.S. Kadam, S.D. Gorantiwar, S.A. Kadam, G.B. Gurav and H.M. Patil. 32. Effect of drip irrigation and mulching on tomato crop in calcareous soil of North Bihar/R. Suresh and A.P. Mishra. 33. Developme. Seller Inventory # 58747

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Anil Kumar Thakur and Md Abdus Salam

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8176299588 ISBN 13: 9788176299589

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of abbreviations. List of contributors. Introduction. 1. An overall and a comparative analysis of fiscal health of Indian states 1990 91 to 2003 04/Kalpana Singh. 2. Deteriorating fiscal management of states in India remedial measures needed/P.K. Bhargava. 3. Fiscal responsibilities of Indian states/Tushar Kanti Das and Lopamudra Mishra. 4. Contemporary issues in the working of centre state financial relations in India/Janak Raj Gupta. 5. Emerging trends and issues in centre state financial relations/M.P. Goswami. 6. Twelfth Finance Commission and trends of Centre and state finances/Anil Kumar Thakur. 7. Estimation of vertical transfer of resources and non plan revenue deficit of states a comparison with the estimates of Twelfth Finance Commission/Arvind Awasthi. 8. The Twelfth Finance Commission on tax revenue devolution criteria and equity/V. Anbumani and R. Balasubbiramani. 9. Twelfth Finance Commission recommendations and implications/B.M. Joshi. 10. Impact of recommendations of Twelfth Finance Commission/P.L. Sablok and Geetanjali Sharma. 11. Impact of tax revenue on economic growth in view of Twelfth Finance Commission/M. Ramanjaneyulu. 12. Emerging issues in centre state financial relations approach to Twelfth Finance Commission/Tapan Kumar Shandilya. 13. Twelfth Finance Commission and tax devolution criteria and equity/P.N. Sharma and Anju Kumari. 14. Fiscal restructuring in less developed states with special reference to Madhya Pradesh an alternative approach to the Twelfth Finance Commission/Shakun Palharya. 15. Controlling states increasing deficits revenue reforms is the answer/Anil Kumar Jain. 16. Twelfth Finance Commission and indebtedness of states/R.Y. Mahore. 17. Unsustainability of the debts of states and Twelfth Finance Commission's proposed debt reduction package/G. Karunakaran Pillai. 18. Restructuring the finances of State Governments in India and Twelfth Finance Commission/V.P. Gupta. 19. Financial liberalisation and government finance theory and Indian evidence/Ram Pratap Sinha. 20. Grants to states and local bodies a case of fiscal imbalance/Mohammad Asif. 21. Restructuring public finances an approach of Twelfth Finance Commission/Manoj Shankar Gupta and Asha Singh. 22. Social and fiscal policy in India at cross road/Arabinda Ghosh. 23. Inter governmental resource transfer and fiscal management reflections from an underdeveloped state in India/Mihir K. Mahapatra. 24. Fiscal reforms and fiscal consolidation in Andhra Pradesh/R. Sudarsana Rao. 25. Restructuring of fiscal health of Indian states and Twelfth Finance Commission/Mohan Pd. Shrivastava N. Sahay and S.P. Singh. 26. Emerging trends and issues in centre state financial relations/Upendra Sharma Chitranjan Ojha and R.N. Singh. Appendix. Index. This book is an offshoot of the Indian Economic Association (IEA) policy of publishing edited volumes from papers contributed to the Indian Economic Association Annual Conferences. The papers included in this volume are those submitted for the 88 Annual Conference of IEA held at Andhra University Vishakhapatanam during 27 29 December 2005. It consists of 26 articles distributed in respective chapters. The constitutional provision of appointment of a Finance Commission (FC) by the President of India periodically to recommend tax sharing between the center and the states and grants in aid to states for a period of five years is a key pillar of Indian federal finance. 524 pp. Seller Inventory # 63157

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P Madhava Soma Sundaram; K Jaishankar and S Ramdass

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2008)

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Foreword. Contributors. I. Restorative justice an introduction 1. Metamorphosis of criminal justice system towards victim oriented justice system the restorative approach/P. Madhava Soma Sundaram K. Jaishankar and S. Ramdoss. 2. Need and importance of restorative justice/R. Sreekumar. 3. Restorative justice and victims right to compensation/Bharat B. Das. 4. Restorative community justice a call to action/Marlene A. Young. 5. Restorative justice existing policies and procedures in various countries/Jayant Kumar. 6. Beyond restoration the role of non forgiveness for bereaved parents/Natti Ronel and Udi Lebel. II. Stride towards victim justice system 7. Victim offender mediation and criminal justice/S. Maheshwari and Bhavya Sriram. 8. Compensation for victims the need of the hour/A. Ramesh and Anirudh Krishnan. 9. Juvenile justice system in India a restorative justice approach/Sayantani Guin and Arvind Tiwari. 10. Restorative justice to the victims of rape the Indian legal scenario/N. Maheshwara Swamy. III. Victimization contemporary issues 11. Victims of violent crimes/L. Kailasam. 12. Victimization of labourers in Brick Kiln Industry/R. Karthika and K. Jaishankar. 13. Criminalizing street harassment reclaiming public space/Nanditha Gopal and Lavanya Paul. 14. Leadership and gender discrimination a victimization perspective/M. Ezhilarasan and S. Madhavan. 15. Democratic state and right to strike retributive justice in the era of restorative justice/S. Samuel Asir Raj. IV. Child victims a need based intervention analysis 16. Restoring justice to child victims of abuse drawing interlinkages between the macro and the micro/Alankaar. 17. Child maltreatment in schools selected results from a survey of rural schools/M. Indraselvi and P. Madhava Soma Sundaram. 18. Victimization of child labourers in cotton mills/A. Mahesh and K. Jaishankar. 19. Child victims of trafficking a transnational perspective/S.M. Mahendra Simha Karna and S. Ramdoss. 20. No law low enforcement trap a glimpse of victimization of girls through soft trafficking/S. Anantha Ambeth Selvi and P. Madhava Soma Sundaram. V. Perspectives on women victimization 21. Spatio temporal analysis of women victimization of women in Delhi an emerging zone of fear/Nandini Rai. 22. Battered women's syndrome civil remedies for the victims in United States/Stanley B. Yeldell. 23. Victims of domestic violence a study from human rights perspective/Rashmi Mishra and Sujata Biswal. 24. Alleged dowry death a medico legal evaluation/Kusa Kumar Shaha. 25. Sexual harassment in India a theoretical framework/Sohini Basu. VI. Victim assistance an attempt at convergence of existing services 26. Victim assistance centers at higher educational institutions a blue print for the future/Stanley B. Yeldell. 27. Grace therapy for recovering victims a restorative 12 step based therapy/Natti Ronel. 28. Tamil Nadu State victim assistance fund a study of the beneficiaries/D. Rufus and S. Ramdoss. 29. Transforming the sorrow to anger the victim to survivor a case study of organized victim support work in Sweden/Anna Ryding. 30. Farmers suicides and compensation an examination of victim assistance of Karnataka/M.G. Huddar. Index. This edited book is a comprehensive and analytical account of the victimological developments from an international perspective specifically focusing on restorative justice restorative justice is a philosophy which view harm and crime as a violation of people and relationships and a holistic process that addresses the repercussions and obligations created by harm with a view to putting things as right as possible. It is best practiced when guided by restorative values and principles and when those most affected are the focus. This book gives a comprehensive introduction to restorative justice and also to various associated issues of victimology. All the contributors have provided wide ranging views on the Cinderella of Criminology Victimology. It is one of the signif. Seller Inventory # 70249

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Edited by P.K. Jain, B.S. Hansra, K.S. Chakraborty and Jayashree M. Kurup

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About this Item: Mittal, 2010. figs, tables (illustrator). Contents Preface 1 Sustainable food security--emerging issuesTK Gill and SK Saini 2 Watershed management for food securityMA Khan 3 Farmers participatory water management technologies for food securityA Zaman and SK Patra 4 Farmers training for sustainable agricultural developmentBirendra Kumar 5 Good agricultural practices and phyto-sanitation standardsSukhen Chandra Das and TN Balamohan 6 Extension systems for sustainable agriculture developmentLH Hirevenkanagoudar and LB Singh 7 Dairying--an income generating tool for sustainable food securityAvinash Singh and Arif A Broadway 8 Sustainability in tea industry--an Indian perspectiveAshim Kr Das 9 Indigenous vegetable based alternate foodS Nirmala Devi PG Sadhan Kumar and KV Peter 10 Women empowermentAK Singh Pooja Sah and OP Mishra 11 Empowering women through self help groupsPrabhjot Kaur Kuldip Kumar and DS Dhillon 12 Sustainable agricultural development through e-extension programmeMC Varshneya Arun Patel and RS Parmar 13 ICT based distance education programs for sustainable agricultural developmentK Vijayaraghavan 14 Earthworm technology--a promising technique for second green revolutionPriyasankar Chaudhuri 15 Soil health management in north east regionM Datta and NP Singh 16 Extension sub-systems for sustainable development in north eastMJ Chandre Gowda 17 ICT enable education for medicinal plants in north east regionMoumita Das 18 Impact of system of rice intensification on food security in TripuraNiranjan Sahoo and Raj Shree Verma 19 Sustainable development of NTFP resources for food securityAsha Sharma Shivani and Dvijendra K Sharma 20 Fodder cultivation and pasture management in TripuraChander Datt and NP Singh 21 Agricultural residues for mushroom cultivationSubrata Biswas and NP Singh 22 Sustainable pineapple production in TripuraDiganta Basu 23 Marketable and marketed surplus of agricultural produce in TripuraKS Chakraborty 24 Sustainable agriculture production in ManipurRK Imotomba Deepak Kumar and N Jyotsna 25 Tuber crops for nutritional and economic securityRajib Nath Arup Chattopadhyay and Swapan Kumar Mukhopadhyay 26 Performance evaluation of self help groupMM Adhikary 27 Rainwater harvesting and management for food securityMukesh Kumar and Ranvir Kumar 28 Strategies for sustainable agricultural developmentAR Trag Mushtaq A Wani Shafiq A Wani and FA Mattoo 29 Empowerment of farmers through ICT interventions--a case studyHarekrishna Misra and BN Hiremath 30 Cropping pattern productivity and issues in sustainability in the char areas of AssamGorky Chakraborty IndexSustainable physical economical and social access to a balanced food for every citizen in developing country is a great challenge to policy planners researchers and other stakeholders Sustainable agriculture production and socio-economic empowerment of people are central focus of programmes and technologies implemented to achieve the sustainable food security The book on Sustainable Food Security revolved around technologies of sustainable agriculture production and means of livelihood improvement particularly in north eastern region of India The major topics covered in the book are concepts and problems of food security interrelation of food security and sustainable agriculture production technology transfer and extension systems good agricultural practices watershed management dairying indigenous alternate food earthworm technology soil health management system of rice intensification fodder cultivation and pasture management use of residues empowerment of women self help groups marketable and marketed surplus management of rural value chain etcThis book will be useful to researchers academics policy makes and other stakeholders who are involved in food security and sustainable agriculture production systems jacket 402 pp. Seller Inventory # 88593

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Edited by A.K. Tripathi, A.K. Srivastava and S.N. Pandey

Published by APH Publishing Corporation (2012)

ISBN 10: 8170245281 ISBN 13: 9788170245285

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, 2012. Contents Foreword Preface 1 The importance of biotope mapping for nature conservation in IndiaSumedh Kaul 2 Environmental deterioration and role of meteorological elements and vegetation in environmental protectionSH Raza 3 Chracteristics of various effluents and their effect on aquatic organismsAS Ahluwalia M Kaur S Dua and KK Ahluwalia 4 Deforestation its impact on Indian environment with special reference to ecological problemsD Venkat Reddy 5 Ecological impact of oil spills on land and waterTN Tiwari 6 Eco-analysis of Kangra Valley Himachal Pradesh IndiaBK Kaul SL Sharma and RP Kaushik 7 Impact on water quality of Brahmani River during Vedavyas Mela at Rourkela IndiaMK Patel and TN Tiwari 8 Predictive ecotoxicology testing for assessment of environmental impact of fresh water pollutionFN Jaffery V Misra J Singh and PN Viswanathan 9 Effect of Ambient air on Growth performance micromorphology chlorophyll content of leaf and organic content of seeds of some wild plantsChandarani Acharekar and SA Salgare 10 Concentrations of Cu Zn Cd and Pb in the Leaves of some Common plants around Sargipalli Lead-Zinc Mines Sundargarh OrissaB Sarangi A Sarangi and TN Tiwari 11 Effects of SO2 pollution on plant growth a reviewNaresh Kumar and Jaishree 12 A preliminary survey of the pollution level of river Brahmani at Rourkela IndiaMK Patel and TN Tiwari 13 Pollution abatement in large pulp and paper industryShyamal Prasad Choudhury 14 Ecological role and digestive enzymes of earthworms-a reviewSwarna Lata Mishra and TN Tiwari 15 Pollution studies of the River Konar near Gomia Dsitrict Giridih BiharGD Mishra and Meena Srivastava 16 Recent techniques of remote sensing for data acquisition on environmentVB Bhatt and AK Tripathi 17 Pollution resistant plants of Singrauli coal mines areaGP Roy and BK Shukla 18 Genotoxic appraisal of pesticides in environmentNeeta Adhikari and IS Grover Environmental pollution has become first rank problem of modern society and requires more and more precise work to be done for solving it Contributions included in the book focus light on related problems The book is a collection of papersreviews on environment written by eminent experts in the field Various aspects of environmental sciences like nature conservation environmental protection impact of industrial and sewage effluents on aquatic ecosystem deforestation ecological impacts of oil spills ecotoxicology testing SO2 pollution remote sensing application etc have been presentedThe prime objective of the book shall be considered achieved if it proves to be an interesting and informative reading material for scientists agriculturists chemical engineers and professionals engaged in the field of environment 388 pp. Seller Inventory # 100257

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edited by Vir Singh, K.P. Singh, Akanksha Rastogi, Nanda Nautiyal and Bipin Kumar

Published by Biotech Books (2013)

ISBN 10: 8176222763 ISBN 13: 9788176222761

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About this Item: Biotech Books, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Potential of Keratinase isolated from Bacillus Badius RSI as a dehairing agent in leather industry/Amit Verma, Hukum Singh Pal, Rachna Singh and Sanjeev Agrawal. 2. Evaluation of bio-pesticidal property of some medicinal plants against tobacco caterpillar spodoptera litura fab./Anju Basera and R.P. Srivastava. 3. Molecular characterization of Salmonella rare serovars isolated from Gangetic water based on REP-PCR/Balwant Singh, D.P. Mishra, Amit Tyagi and M.K. Saxena. 4. Bench scale performance study of the UASB for the treatment of biopharmaceutical effluent/C.T.Puttaswamy, L. Udaya Simha, R. Vinay, K.R. Swathi and N.N. Rakesha. 5. Partial purification and characterization of alkaline protease from Bacillus sp. isolated from soil/R. Agrawal, A. Verma, P. Panwar and A.K. Verma. 6. Isolation and screening of pectinase producing micro organism/Vibha Bhardwaj and Neelam Garg. 7. Screening of bacterial isolates for extra cellular amylase/Rachna, Amit Verma, Piyush Kumar, Vinod Sangwan and Sanjeev Agarwal. 8. Biosorption of carcinogenic dye onto chemically modified rice husk used as adsorbent in packed bed column mode: a low cost environment friendly approach/Rahul Mishra, Praveen Kushwaha and Papita Saha. 9. Bioenergy: a potential source for global cooling/K.P. Singh, Manjul Mungali and Rajesh Kumar. 10. DHS down flow hanging sponge bio-tower: a self sustainable sewage treatment system for developing country/Rakesh Kumar Bhardwaj, Rajpal Singh, Hariom Sharma and Surender Kumar Bhardwaj. 11. Nanobiosensor: a modern tool of diagnostics/K.P. Singh and Sweeti Ahlawat. 12. Biotechnology environemnt and biosafety: predicting long-term implications of GMOs/Vir Singh, Nanda Nautiyal and Akansha Rastogi. 13. Mutagenetic studies in soybean glycine max L. Merrill: a reveiw/Deepika and Deepak Kumar. 14. Induced mutagenesis in urdbean vigna mungo L. Hepper/Deepika, Deepak Kuma and V.K. Vatsa. Index. Seller Inventory # 109710

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Edited by V.N. Arora, Nand Kishore and Abhaya K. Singh

Published by Mohit (2012)

ISBN 10: 8174456392 ISBN 13: 9788174456397

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About this Item: Mohit, 2012. figs, tables (illustrator). Contents Preface 1 The security implications of climate change in South AsiaAbhaya Kumar Singh 2 Energy perspective of climate change the case of BangladeshBK Bala 3 Trans-national terrorism in IndiaSanjeev Bhadauria 4 The crisis in South Asia India in the contextDeb Brata Goswami 5 South Asian security India faces a major challengeSK Mishra 6 Threats to human security in South Asia issues of refugee flowLA Khan 7 Emerging China implications for IndiaPrashant Agrawal 8 Migration and ethnic conflict in Tripura a case study of internal security dimensionsT Chakrabarti 9 Role of SAARC in South AsiaPradeep Kumar Singh 10 Bangladeshi migration in India a threat to internal securityLK Mishra 11 Security scenario of South AsiaKN Shukla 12 United states-Pakistan relationship veering towards a breakdown strategic implication for IndiaKC Tiwari 13 Maritime security challenges in South Asia and its implications for IndiaVM Mishra and Ramakant Dubey 14 The refugee problem demographic aggression by Bangladesh against IndiaSB Sharma 15 The United States strategy towards South Asia a retrospectArun Kumar Singh 16 Global risk of nuclear activities in Asia special reference to Al-Qaida and AQ Khans network of PakistanRB Singh 17 Environmental refuges an emerging security threatShika Srivastva 18 Maritime security of India and its strategic validity a futuristic perspectiveM Sameer Hussain 19 Terrorist activities in India case study of Mumbai terror attacksYogesh Tekade 20 The question of Indias strategic convergence with the United StatesSaumya Sen Gupta 21 Indias relations with South Asia a special context of BangladeshNivedita Mishra 22 Indias counter terror initiatives in South Asia positives and negativesPankaj Kumar Verma 23 Indias internal security challengesDhirendra Dwivedi and Gurpreet Kaur 24 The threat of nuclear terror retrospect and prosperitySanjay Kumar and Ajay Kumar 25 Emerging new trends and tendencies in South Asian regionRajveer Singh 26 The internal security challenges in India--Naxalism and ethnic conflictKK Bajpai 27 Indias internal security dimensionsMunna Lal Yadav and Sanjay Kumar PandeyIn the present scenario South Asia is getting rigged with vortex of challenges ranging on to issue of deep concern Be it economics political military energy poverty and illiteracy the concept of security is undergoing a paradigm shift Further the role of non-state actors in the regional scenario and their endeavour to acquire nuclear technology present an alarming challenge This is especially in view of our estranged neighbourhood In this regard the security of South Asia has to be consciously debated with greater vigour to maintain peace and security leading to sustainable developmentThis book undertakes a comprehensive analysis and discussion on the new dimensions of security challenges in South Asia We believe that this book based on research articles will helpful to the academicians researchers policy makers and general public jacket 360 pp. Seller Inventory # 101039

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Edited by D.N. Tripathi

Published by Manak (2005)

ISBN 10: 8178271206 ISBN 13: 9788178271200

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About this Item: Manak, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Introduction. I. The problem of Indo-European homeland: 1. The Indo-European homeland: an Indian perspective/D.N. Tripathi. 2. The Indo-European cloudland/Michel Danino. 3. Some thoughts on the home of Indo-European languages and culture/B.B. Lal. 4. Archaeology, culture and world-view: an analysis/Ramashray Roy. 5. Tenability of the hypotheses on Indo-European homeland and culture/Om Prakash. II. Philological / linguistic approaches: 6. Continuity of the Indus civilization as seen through the language/Madhusudan Mishra. 7. Indo-European original home and language are myths/Ajay Mitra Shastri. 8. Vedic language: the real Indo-European/T.P. Verma. III. Puranic / Rigvedic readings: 9. Arya, Aarya, Aaryavarta: a paean to nation/Shrutidhari Singh. 10. A note on Rigvedic agriculture/V.K. Thakur. 11. Rigveda and the Harappan civilization/R.S. Bisht. IV. Archaeological perspectives: 12. Archaeology of Pakistan and north and central India during fourth-first millennia BC and its bearing on the dispersal of Indo-Aryans/.V.N. Misra. 13. Movement of Aryans in India: literary and archaeological data/K.N. Dikshit. 14. Artefact to ethnicity: an archaeological approach to the Aryan problem/M.K. Dhavalikar. 15. Genesis of the Harappan civilization/M.D.N. Sahi. 16. Identity of the Rigvedic Aryans: archaeological perspective/V.D. Misra. 17. Advent of the Aryans: a non-event/B.P. Sinha. V. Saraswati civilization through remote sensing: 18. Original home of the early Rigvedic people: archaeology, remote sensing and literature/S.P. Gupta. VI. Hydrological / environmental evidence: 19. Indus civilization and the problem of Aryans/D.P. Agrawal. VII. Astrometry: 20. Reaching antiquity of the Vedas: astronomical and linguistic ways/Mohan Gupta. VIII. Folklore tradition: 21. Ritual tradition of pastoralists of southern Deccan with special reference to Rudra-Siva/M.L.K. Murty. IX. Abstracts: 22. Archaeological discoveries at Rakhigarhi: cultural significance/Amarendra Nath. 23. Europe as the Indo-European homeland: a peep into its genesis/Devender Swaroop. X. Hindi papers (2 articles). Bibliography. Index. "The book, A Discourse on Indo European Languages and Culture, edited by Professor D.N. Tripathi, is a revised and reorganized presentation of papers read at a seminar held on 7-9 January 2002 at India International Centre, New Delhi, jointly sponsored by Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi and the Centre for the Study of Indian Tradition, Madhubani. Besides scholarly papers, Prof. Tripathi provides an illuminative introduction to the seminar theme. The book looks at the problem in the light of new evidences and perspectives, and critically reviews the various theories on the subject. The book urges fresh efforts in this area focusing on the period of Rigveda as well as the inadequacy of the dispersal theory of languages and underlines the need to focus scholarly gaze on indigenous origin and growth of languages. Arranged in 25 chapters by eminent scholars, the collection provides readings in archaeology, linguistics, remote sensing, palaeoclimatology, palaeo-astronomy and archaeo-genetics, and a veritable combination of them, related with the issue of original homeland for Indo- European languages and culture. This volume is one set of discourse in the hermeneutic of differential readings in the present horizon of debate. Seller Inventory # 54976

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About this Item: Publication Scheme. Condition: As New. Contents: 7. 'Anupana'--a perspective in salubrity and sickness/Shobha G. Hiremath. 10. Ayurveda and the rheumatoid arthritis patients/V.N. Pandey. 14. A clinical study on the Medhya Rasayana/Rajesh Kotecha. 15. Concept of Dhatu and Dhatvagni to Asthi Dhatu and Asthyagni/Madhavilata Dixit, R.B. Dwivedi and M.S. Shastry. 16. Concept and tech. of standardisation for Ayurvedic medicines/D.S. Lucas. 17. Drug research in Ayurveda/B.M. Nirmal. 18. Effect of Deepaniya Mahakashaya on lipid profile of cholesterol/M.C. Sharma. 19. Fundamental concept of Pancamahabhuta/Upendra Dixit, R.B. Dwivedi and M.S. Shastry. 20. History of Nighantu/D.S. Lucas. 21. The identity of Shukra, Virya and Retas vis-a-vis semen/Pawan Kumar Godatwar. 25. "Medical approach to surgical problem--Ayurvedic view"/J.T. Chotai. 27. Physical-chemical study of Kapardica Byhasma/S.L. Khalale & R.J. Pandey. 29. Prevention of Athero Sclerotic Cardiovascular ailments/V.N. Pandey. 30. Professional ethics in Ayurveda/K.R. Srikantha Murthy. 34. Role of certain herbal drugs/Abhimanyu Kumar. 35. Role of free radicals/Laxmi Kant Dwivedi & K. Shankar Rao. 36. Role of Shamak Yoga on arterial blood pressure/L.C. Jaiswal & M.V. Sharma. 37. Rudraksha therapy for perfect health/K. Sathyanarayana Swamy. 40. Siddha system of medicine/Santosh Kumar Sharma. 41. Study of Lekhaniya effect of Haridra and Chitrak/Mita Kotecha. 42. Studies on the management of Apachi/Anand Kumar Sharma. 43. Sukra Dhatu Ka Vivechanatmak Adhyayan/Suresh Khandelwal. 45. Susrutacharya is as modern as he was ancient/Nomburi Hannmantha Rao. 49. Utility of Ayurveda in the. Seller Inventory # 13210

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