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Mohan I.

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About this Item: A.P.H. Publishing Corporation. Condition: New. pp. xii + 300 , Illus. Seller Inventory # 7624088

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M P Mathai; M S John and Siby K Joseph

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About this Item: Concept. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Introduction/M.P. Mathai, M.S. John and Siby K. Joseph. I. Impressions: 1. Ravi/N. Krishnaswamy. 2. Natural leader/Manoranjan Dutta. 3. A jewel in the Gandhian crown/Brij Mohan. 4. A very happy association/A. K. Damodaran. 5. The young Ravindra Verma/A.P. Mahadevan. 6. A dedicated Gandhian/K. Janardhanan Pillai. 7. A human dynamo/K. John Mamman. 8. Recalling our days in way/Piet Dijkstra. 9. An inspiring personality/S.K. Bandopadhaya. 10. A politician with a difference/Sadiq Ali. 11. My teacher/Sanjay Matey. 12. A unique personality/Neema Vaishnav. II. Essays: 1. Social and environmental violence : a Buddhist perspective/Sulak Sivaraksa.2. Gandhi's lessons for the twenty-first century/Gene Sharp. 3. Honouring Gandhi and Gandhians/Peter van den Dungen. 4. Gandhi and Tolstoy/Anthony J.Parel. 5. Spiritual living, Gandhian economics and well-being/Romesh Diwan and Shakti Bethea. 6. Gandhi on modernity : a revisionist paradigm/K.Raghavendra Rao. 7. Is a Gandhian world social order desirable and possible?/T.K.N. Unnithan. 8. Breaking the shackles : Gandhi's views on women/Usha Thakkar. 9. Development paradigm transition : from the second to the third millennium/Amalendu Guha. 10. Religion and nation-state : the untenable linkage/T.K.Oommen. 11. Education and living : the sustainability connection/K. John Mammen. Index. "This festschrift in honour of well-known Gandhian, Ravindra Varma, provides a deep insight into his multi-dimensional personality and examines various aspects of Gandhian thought. The book is divided into two parts. "The first part, 228 pp. Seller Inventory # 44618

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I. Mohan

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, 2012. N.A. Condition: New. 312pp. Seller Inventory # 347911

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B M Jauhari

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About this Item: Gyan. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. I. Economy of India-from nationalisation to privatisation: 1. Fifty years of India's independence economic reforms- past, present and future/N. Vittal. 2. Growth of income and consumption in India/Shri Prakash and Shalini Singh. 3. Need for further widening the direct taxes base in the new millennium/A.K. Jain. 4. Globalisation versus Swadeshi/V.M. Tarkunde. 5. Role of the state and economic planning/I.C. Dhingra. 6. Development of power sector after independence/Raj Kumar. 7. Financial sector reforms/S.K. Singh. 8. Indian agricultural export performance and the emerging world trading system-prospects and challenges/S.A.R. Bilgrami. 9. Financial sector reforms in India and future threats/ Dev Raj. 10. Economy of India from nationalization to privatisation/Madan Verma. 11. Economic reforms and employment/B.M. Jauhari and Monita Mohan. 12. Foreign direct investment in India-issues and problems/Monita Mohan, Shailesh Nagar and Nitin Nagar. II. Polity, constitution and the parliamentary democracy: 13. The crisis of nation state in India/H.M. Jain.14. Polity, constitution and parliamentary democracy/M.K. Jain. 15. Jawahar Lal Nehru and constitution making in India/H.M. Jain. III. Social organisation-cultural and moral values: 16. Cultural and moral values in independent India/M.C. Bhartiya and Ravinder Kumar. 17. Water-a looming crisis/Afroz Ahmad. 18. Implications of Bhagwat Geeta for sustainable human development/M.M. Goel. IV. Science, education and technology-future perspective: 19. Preventive environmental management/Deepak Jain. 20. 399 pp. Seller Inventory # 39781

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Achin Vanaik

Published by Manohar, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8173045399 ISBN 13: 9788173045394

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About this Item: Manohar, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Globalization and the Indian economy I the new economic reforms/Arvind Virmani Arun Kumar Sanjaya Baru and Prabhat Patnaik. 2. Globalization and the Indian economy II the impact of the WTO/Bibek Debroy and Jayati Ghosh. 3. Globalization and Nepal/I. Mukherjee. 4. Globalization and Sri Lanka/P. Sahadevan. 5. Globalization and Pakistan/C.P. Chandrasekhar. 6. Globalization and Bangladesh/Abhijit Sen. 7. Globalization and science and technology/Praful Bidwai. 8. Globalization and environment/Mahesh Rangrajan. 9. Globalization and health/Mohan Rao. 10. Globalization and education/Krishna Kumar. 11. Globalization and media/Harish Khare. 12. Globalization feminism and publishing/Ritu Menon. 13. Globalization and culture/Rajeev Bhargava. 14. Globalization and communalism/Sumit Sarkar. 15. Globalization and international relations/Achin Vanaik. 16. Closing remarks/Mushirul Hasan and Father Louis Prakash. Contributors. This book brings together acknowledged experts in their respective fields to provide a uniquely authoritative and comprehensive perspective on globalization and its impact on South Asia generally and on India in particular. Globalization and South Asia Multidimensional Perspectives covers a wide range of issues both economic and beyond. Apart from area studies of Nepal Sri Lanka Pakistan Bangladesh and India other issues taken up for study include the World Trade Organization (WTO) as well as the impact of globalization on science and technology the environment the media education culture health feminist publishing communalism and international relations. Written in an easy to read conservational style this book will be of immense value both to the general reader as well as to college and university students and teachers seeking to understand how globalization one of the most important phenomena of our times is shaping the present and future of South Asia. 362 pp. Seller Inventory # 51164

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Bishnu Mohan Panda

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ISBN 10: 9352075846 ISBN 13: 9789352075843

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About this Item: Authorspress, 2017. Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. This book -Beautiful Bastar- of Chhattisgarh, is an attempt by the author to give an idea about the beauty of Bastar in totality. The details of the scenic spots, mesmerising waterfalls, caves, lakes, temples and rock paintings apart from craft, culture, traditions of worship of ancestors, tribal Gods, dance, food and festivals with different customs associated with them have been vividly described. The legends, history and folk-lore associated with the place, festivals and tribes are an added attraction. The author describes, how the celebration and group activity, in perfect unison, in the longest festival of the world, (i.e. Bastar Dussehra) is observed and as to how, the Ghotul system prevalent in the area is a living university, where life's education is taught without the aid of books or tests .These can be lessons/case study for modern management/B -Schools. The unique customs that exist amongst the Dorla tribes like Frog Marriage to get sufficient rains, the concept of old age and how environment is protected by tribals of the area by age old practices etc., will surely interest any reader. As no one can replicate Bastar without a visit the author also requests one and all to visit this ancient place at least once to have a feel of the place and to have an experience of a lifetime. Seller Inventory # 122089

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Brij Mohan Jauhari

Published by Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd. (2002)

ISBN 10: 8121207770 ISBN 13: 9788121207775

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. This rich collection of papers contributed by eminent social scientists and specialists clearly depicts a remarkable change in various sectors of the Indian sub-continent since the down of independence. The glaring phenomenon of parliamentary Democracy led to the inauguration of numerous economic Measures in private and public sectors, covering economic reforms, showing substantial Progress in the Fields of agriculture, power sector, foreign Investment in India and Globalisation vs Swadeshi. Whereas proper attention has been paid for the development of Science and technology, emphasis on Scientific Research finds deep linkage with the Education of the youths and their social transformation. Thus an effort has been made to show the quantum of progress achieved in different domains covering the Urban and Rural population. Undoubtedly this work would be useful for teachers, students, scholars and others who are interested in our developmental schemes. Contents: Jawahar Lal Economy OF India : FROM NATIONALISATION TO PRIVATISATION : 1. Fifty Years of India`s Independence Economic Reforms : Past, Present and Future/N. Vittal 2. Growth of Income and Consumption in India/Shri Prakash and Shalini Singh 3. Need for Further Widening the Direct Taxes Base in the New Millennium/A.K. Jain 4. Globalisation versus Swadeshi/V.M. Tarkunde 5. Role of the State and Economic Planning/I.C. Dhingra 6. Development of Power Sector after Independence/Raj Kumar 7. Financial Sector Reforms/S.K. Singh 8. Indian Agricultural Export Performance and the Emerging World Trading System : Prospects and Challenges/S.A.R. Bilgrami 9. Financial Sector Reforms in India and Future Threats/Dev Raj 10. Economy of India from Nationalization to Privatisation/Madan Verma 11. Economic Reforms and Employment/B.M. Jauhari and Monita Mohan 12. Foreign Direct Investment in India : Issues and Problems/Monita Mohan, Shailesh Nagar and Nitin Nagar II. POLITY, CONSTITUTION AND THE PARLIAMENTARY Democracy : 13. The Crisis of Nation State in India/H.M. Jain 14. Polity, Constitution and Parliamentary Democracy/M.K. Jain 15. Jawahar Lal Nehru and Constitution Making in India/H.M. Jain III. SOCIAL ORGANISATION : Cultural AND MORAL VALUES : 16. Cultural and Moral Values in Independent India/M.C. Bhartiya and Ravinder Kumar 17. Water : A Looming crisis/Afroz Ahmad 18. Implications of Bhagwat Geeta for Sustainable Human Development/M.M. Goel IV. SCIENCE, Education AND Technology : FUTURE PERSPECTIVE : 19. Preventive Environmental Management/Deepak Jain 20. Science, Technology and Education : Perspectives and Path Ahead/Monika Jauhari and Anurag Saxena 21. Technical Education in India : Growth and Future Concerns/S.P. Singh 22. Changing Economic Scenario-Managerial Challenges/R.L. Varshney 23. Some Signposts in Social Sciences for year 2000/Tarlok Singh 24. Youth, Education and Social Transformation/S. Kashyap Printed Pages: 400. Seller Inventory # 36752

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I. Mohan

Published by APH Publishing Corporation (2007)

ISBN 10: 8131302822 ISBN 13: 9788131302828

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The bok contains development of Uttrakhand and architectural heritage of cities along with sketches. The environmental issues include global aspects including disaster tackling. Other issues taken are conservation aspects of plants, animals and monuments. Lastly in Mohan`s concept solutions to the issues on human settlements are provided. About Author : I.Mohan is a renowned environmentalist and planner having made a debut in the field. Trained as an architect and town planner, having his education in U.K. Mr. Mohan was associated with Delhi Develoment Authority (DDA) as Director till recently. he has authored many outstanding books and was associated with many projects. Contents : Environmental Education Common Wealth Games: An Agenda Introduction Uttarakhand Urban Renewal The Essential Features Sketches Human Settlement Bibliography Printed Pages: 312. Seller Inventory # 36942

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Digumarti Bhaskara Rao,V. Dayakara Reddy

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ISBN 10: 8183560512 ISBN 13: 9788183560511

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About this Item: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Value Education is a planned educational programme aimed at the development of values in students. It encounters with the total personality of the individual Student keeping in view all aspects of human personality development--the intellectual, emotional and social. It makes an individual a good child, parent, adult and citizen, and keeps the people and Society intact. Considering the very role of value education to be imparted in educational institutions, a UGC National Seminar on Value Oriented Education is organised and this book is the outcome of that successful seminar. Contents, Preface 1. Value-Oriented Education/Nimma Venkata Rao 2. Value Education/T.M. Geetha 3. The Psychological Edifice for Value Education/Kalpana Vengopal, and Priya Kumari 4. Fostering Values : A Challenge for the Society/N. Sobhana 5. Value Based Teaching : Need of the Hour/K.V. Raghupathi 6. Value-Oriented Education : Need to the Day for Sustainable Development/G. Vijayasree 7. A Need for Value Based Education in Modern and Complex Society/Sudha, H.R. 8. Value Crisis in Contemporary Education/S. Indira 9. Value Crisis in Contemporary Indian Education/V. Govindha Reddy and D. Chenna Reddy 10. Value Crisis in Education/Venkata Subbaiah 11. Challenges in Science Education : Relevant to Value Crisis in Contemporary Indian Education/T. Rajayalakshmi 12. Value Education and Social Reconstruction/P.N. Nataraj 13. Value Education for Social Reconstruction/R.R. Madankar 14. The Role of Value Education in Social Reconstruction/M. Pramod Kumar 15. Empowerment of Women and Value Education/Shahataj Begum 16. Value Education and Empowerment of Women/K. Jayaraman and K. Vanitha 17. Role of Parents, Teachers and Students in Strengthening Value Education/K. Chandrasekhar 18. How Parents, Teachers, Students and Administrators can Strengthen Value Education/M. Padma Kumari and V. Dayakara Reddy 19. Importance of Parents, Teachers, Students and Administrators in Strengthening Value Education/G. Narayana Rao 20. Can Teachers, Parents, Students and Administrators Strengthen Values?/C.V.V. Prasad and M. Chandra Sekhar 21. Necessity of the Roles of Parents, Teachers, Students and Administrators in Strengthening Value Education/A. Muniraja Reddy and B. Ramachandra Reddy 22. Parents, Teachers, Students and Administrators and Strengthening Value Education/T.I. Nagarjuna and V. Dayakara Reddy 23. Place of Teachers in Promoting Value Education/G. Visvanathan and M. Govindan 24. Teachers and Strengthening of Value Education/K. Sudha Rani and P. Manohar Reddy 25. Value Education : Role of Teachers/A. Gayatri and V. Dayakara Reddy 26. Sensitising Teachers Towards Value-Based Teaching/K. Chellamani and S. Mohan 27. Prioritisation of School Children`s Values by the Teachers/G. Vijayalakshmi 28. Dynamic Parenting : Role in Strengthening Value Education/A. Indira Prasuna and Sri K. Pencholaiah 29. Value Education : Role of the School/Mahender Reddy Sarasani and L. Venkat Ram Reddy 30. Values and Teacher Education System/B. Ramachandra Reddy 31. Promoting Values in Professional Teacher Education/R.H. Naik 32. Educational Values Fostered Through Distance Education/S. Thavamani 33. Value Education : Contribution of Home Science in the Promotion of Values/R.K. Anuradha 34. Value Oriented Education : Methods and Strategies/M. Vanaja and M.V. Ram Kumar Ratnam 35. Promoting Values in Professional and Higher Education : Teaching Strategies/B. Yella Reddy and V. Dayakara Reddy 36. The Development Values of Environmental Education/Gara Latchanna 37. Women Empowerment as a Tool for Enhancement of Value in Education : An Hypothetical Analysis/D. Pulla Rao 38. A Study of Moral Judgement of Pre-University Students in Relation to Gender, Socio-Economic Status, Course of Study, Religion and Moral Judgement of Their Teachers/M.S. Tal Printed Pages: 432. Seller Inventory # 57377

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Surendra Singh & Sonal Singh

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ISBN 10: 8170003067 ISBN 13: 9788170003069

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About this Item: Ess Ess. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents : Foreword. Preface. 1. Tributes to late A. Tejomurty : I. A. Tejomurthy : an unforgettable personality/Sonal Singh. II. A. Tejomurty : my husband/Sudha Murty. III. A. Tejomurty/G.D. Bhargava. 2. Library and information science curriculum : some conceptual development/Renuka Lekhi. 3. Library and information science education of bachelor's level in Vikram university : a case study/Surendra Singh and Sonal Singh. 4. Library and information science education : training of library and information science teachers/professionals in information technology (IT) environment/ Khaisar Munebulla Khan. 5. Reorientation of LIS education in India/ Surendra Singh and Sonal Singh. 6. Standards for library and information communities : an overview/Premchand and Shivpal Singh Kushwah. 7. Delphi method for research in library and information science/Vishwa Mohan. 8. Research report/Surendra Singh and Sonal Singh. 9. Semesterization and continuous internal assessment : an unified view of education and library work in the educational system/J. Abraham. 10. Status of Indian publishing inadequacy of literature for users of public libraries particularly neo- literates and children/Sudesh Kumar Sood. 11. A critical study of the unified syllabus and publications and their effect on libraries/G. Saroja. 12. Library management techniques : a brief review/N. Bhaskar Rao and A.V. S.S. Naga Raju. 13. Library and information centre management in crisis situation/Humayaoon Kabir S. 14. Management of special library services : a study with special reference to Indian institute of forest management 381 pp. Seller Inventory # 38259

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S B Verma; Mahendra Singh and Rajeev Kumar

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176298832 ISBN 13: 9788176298834

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Environmental education 1. Environment education need of the hour/Srikanta K. Panigrahi. 2. Environmental education/Mazhar Ali Sabri. 3. Research issues in environmental economics/I. Sundar. 4. Environmental issues in Prawn culture/A. Valliammai and C. Thangamuthu. 5. Economic environment concept and factors affecting/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 6. Environment Biodiversity Women/K. Vijayanti Mala. 7. Role of internal environment/K. Vijayanti Mala. 8. It pays to be an environmentalist/Shobha S.V. II. Health and environment 9. Environment population and economic development/Prashant Pandey and Neetu Kaushik. 10. Environment and quality of rural life/A.A. Siddiqui. 11. Creating environmental awareness/I. Mohan. 12. Environmental awareness educational level/R. Vijaya and Anadhavalli Mahadevan. 13. Two billion people are dying for it/Rajan Nair. 14. Effect of air pollutions on health/D.K Pandey. III. Environmental pollution 15. Agriculture and climate change/Debashis Chakraborty. 16. Climatic change implications for national security/Upendra Choudhury. 17. Bio diesel can it avert crisis/B.K. Tiwary. 18. e Wastes/M. Pasupathi Raj. 19. Pollution in space/Srikanta K. Panigrahi. 20. Combating air pollution in India/Satyanarayana Pattnaik. 21. Environmental pollution and agriculture its management/N.C. Sarkar and B.N. Mishra. 22. Noise pollution a silent killer/Prasoon Kumar Singh and A.K. Pal. 23. Noise pollution and its solution/Upasana Mishra and Gyanendra Kumar Mishra. 24. Biomonitoring of environmental pollution/Birendra Kumar Yadav and A. Christopher Lourduraj. IV. Environment and development 25. Environment people's participation and sustainable rural development/N. Mukundan. 26. Sustainable resource use through participation/Srikanta K. Panigrahi. 27. Environment and sustainable rural development/Jagannath Pati. 28. Environment and poverty alleviation programmes/I. Mohan. 29. Improving environment of rural area/I. Mohan. 30. Environmental degradation in rural area/Pawan Kumar. 31. Environmental and social responsibility of corporate business/I. Sundar. 32. WTO and environment/G.K. Sharma. 33. Environment development and occupational problems/H. Mahadevan. 34. Bio Diversity conservation through regional planning/I. Sundar.35. Deforestation and its consequences/V.S. Gupta. 36. Environmental consideration in road projects/D.K. Pandey. 37. Sustainable rural development and environmental protection/P.B. Patil and T.A. Shivare. V. Forest and development 38. Urban forestry/Srikanta K. Panigrahi. 39. JFM in new millennium some issues/P.K. Saxena. 40. Environmental holocaust in Himalayan ecosystem/R.D. Gupta and M.R. Khajuria. Index. Environment is one of the most important pillars of sustainable development process in rural India is urgent from various considerations social economic and environmental. Environmental aspect assumes great significance in view of growing deforestation activities soil erosion water pollution land degradation biodiversity loss and the like which continue to worsen and hinder economic development in rural India. The common property resources which are by and large natural resources must be protected and enriched for overall growth of the rural areas. Such efforts will not only lead to optimum utilisation of natural resources but also generate more employment opportunities for rural people. 354 pp. Seller Inventory # 60935

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N Laxman Rao, S Sudarshan Rao and T V Prafulla Chandra

Published by Ess Ess Pub, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8170003539 ISBN 13: 9788170003533

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About this Item: Ess Ess Pub, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. Prof. A.A.N. Raju a profile. I 1. Right to information a fundamental right in a democracy/P.L. Vishweshwar Rao. 2. Pricing of information factors and methods/S. Ally Sornam. 3. Librarian the supreme of information world/Sonal Singh and Surendra Singh. 4. Information gathering habits of biological and physical scientists in a University environment in India a case study of Karnatak University Dharwad/B.S. Maheswarappa and S.G. Karkun. 5. Information services for the academicians and researchers a comparative study of UK USA and India/V. Chaya Devi. II 1. Hypertext/Manorama Srinath and A. Bagavathi. 2. Searching the Web an evaluation of search engines/Suresh Jange and Basavaraj Kademani. 3. IT infrastructure and use of electronic media in Indian Libraries/A. Lakshmana Moorthy and C.R. Karisiddappa. 4. Internet services for libraries/T. Ashok Babu. 5. Internet a boon or a bane for librarians/N.R. Satyanarayana. 6. Role of Information Technology in accessing agricultural information/L.S.R.C.V. Ramesh. 7. Internet its various facets/P. Soma Raju. III 1. Automation of academic libraries problems and issues/C.R. Karisiddappa and V.S. Cholin. 2. Computerization of circulation system a program proposal/U.K. Agarwal. 3. Library automation circulation system (L.A.C.S.)/K. Somasekhara Rao. IV 1. Natural language interface to database/M.S. Subramanian. 2. Micro schedule on physical education a panoramic view/A. Ramasamy and B. Ramesh Babu. 3. Growth of knowledge and structural relations in Ranganathan's Colon Classification/M.P. Satija. 4. Hierarchical retrieval and classification/V. Vishwa Mohan and J. Yadagiri Reddy. V 1. Microforms and their impact on five laws of library science/P. Venkataramana and L.S.R.C.V. Ramesh. 2. Preservation of non book materials/J. Vijaya Kumari. 3. Non book materials among College Libraries in Karnataka state/B.S. Maheswarappa and P.G. Tadasad. VI 1. TQM in library and information centres a conceptual framework/Urmila A. Thaker. 2. Quality of library and information services in the changing information technology environment an evaluation/T.R. B. Sarma and S. Sudarshan Rao. 3. Joy Committee and quality aspects of College librarianship/R. Raman Nair. 4. Human resource planning for academic libraries of Orissa/S.K. Satpathy and R.K. Rout. 5. What and how of information management/S. Seetharama. 6. Sustainable manpower development in library and information centres/Amrit Pal. VII 1. Electronic information sources in the digital library environment/B. Ramesh Babu. 2. Growth pattern of literature in the field of demography/S.L. Sangam and Bharari Tubachi. 3. Scientometric portrait of L.L. Narayana/V.L. Kalyane. VIII 1. Library movement in Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka State (India) since independence/A.K. Baradol. 2. The state of public library services in India achievements and failures/L.S. Ramaiah. 3. Developing rural libraries as rural information centers/Velaga Venkatappaiah. 4. Humanities collections in select public libraries in India/M. Kanakachary. IX 1. Libraries of Teacher's Training Colleges in Orissa a study/Sangita Behera. 2. Challenges before the University Libraries in the new economic environment/Dinesh K. Gupta. 3. Library support services to distance learners in India/M. Anjaiah. X 1. Designing curriculum for handling archival documents in University Libraries/S.S. Pal. 2. Continuing Education Programmes (CEPs) for agricultural librarians/T. Rajagopal and K. Veeranjaneyulu. 3. Specialisation in LIS education changing trends and current perspectives/R.S.R. Vara Lakshmi. 4. LIS education and research in West Bengal an overview/P. Barua. 5. Library science a subject as well as a profession/S.D. Vyas. 6. Continuing professional education for the staff in the Zilla Granthalaya Samsthas (ZGSs) in Andhra Pradesh/J. Yadagiri Reddy B. Ramesh Babu and V. Vishwa Mohan. Index. Knowledge Society is an Enlightened Society. To create knowledge society there is a need to collect. Seller Inventory # 50901

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I Mohan

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About this Item: APH, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Acknowledgement. Preface. List of sketches. 1. Environmental education. 2. Common wealth games an agenda. 3. Introducing Uttarakhand. 4. Urban renewal. 5. The essential features. 6. Sketches. 7. Human settlement. Bibliography. For the commonwealth games 2010 its good that efforts are being made by all needful departments but the finishing would be as per Indian style on the last day and last minutes. After all every one cannot be alike Sir Shobha Singh who lifted the foundation Pillar of Lutyen's Delhi from Burari to Raisina Hills overnight in a Bullockcart. The Yamuna site is not superb but if selected then devote self for that. Still projects could be subletted and could be given to Uttarakhand may be shooting one to Jharkhand in case success is desired. Let the tourists have vision of our life write books and give new openings. The book contains development of Uttarakhand and architectural heritage of cities along with sketches. The environmental issues include global aspects including disaster tackling. Other issues taken are conservation aspects of plants animals and monuments. 300 pp. Seller Inventory # 65496

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

Published by Indus (1998)

ISBN 10: 817387087X ISBN 13: 9788173870873

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

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C. Paramasivan

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ISBN 10: 8177084224 ISBN 13: 9788177084221

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About this Item: New Century Publications, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. Social Entrepreneurship through Education/Kandula Salaiah. 2. Inclusive Growth and Financial Inclusion for Social Development/Jnaneshwar Pai Maroor.3. Social Entrepreneurship: Emerging Practices in Indian Business/G. Santhoshi. 4. Challenges of Social Entrepreneurship/Cirappa I.B. and Madhuri S.5. Motivation for Social Entrepreneurship/Ch. Kishor Kumar and K. Suryanarayana. 6. Social Entrepreneurship: Contemporary Practices in India/D. David Winster Praveenraj and Kumaran Thayumanavan.7. A Micro Finance Company and Customer Satisfaction/G. Madan Mohan and Lalith Kumar. 8. Social Entrepreneurship Perspective in India/Ch. Praveen.9. Women Entrepreneurship and Economic Empowerment/P. Annababy and P. Balamirtham. 10. Social Entrepreneurship: New Dimensions/P. Mari Selvam. 11. Self-help Group (SHGs) and Social Entrepreneurship/R. Dayanandan. 12. Social Entrepreneurship through Women Self-help Groups (SHGs)/K. Priya and G. Palaniyammal.13. Social Entrepreneurship in India: Challenges/M. Hajera Banu. 14. Social Entrepreneurship: Issues and Challenges/I. Parvin Banu and D. Santhanakrishnan. 15. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)/C. Paramasivan. 16. Social Entrepreneurship and the Role of Self-help Groups (SHGs)/R. Kamaraj. Index. Social entrepreneurship is the art of creating a socially responsible business that aims at generating profit, while solving social and environmental problems. A social entrepreneur starts and runs social enterprises. Social entrepreneurs find new and efficient ways to create products, services or structures that either directly cater to social needs or enable to cater to social needs that must be satisfied in order to achieve sustainable development. Social entrepreneurship takes responsibility for an innovative and untested idea for positive social change and ushering that idea from dream to reality. It enables social entrepreneur to make lasting impact on the most difficult problems and it is a special combination of groundbreaking creativity and steadfast execution. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a concept, accepted the world over, whereby corporates integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operations and in the interactions with their stakeholders on a voluntary basis. The three keys to an effective CSR are commitment, clarity and congruence with corporate values. Clarity is all important because each corporate entity has to frame its CSR initiatives based on the environment of the activities being carried out. Congruence is about ensuring the corporate attitude to its responsibilities towards society. CSR should also be consistent with own values and culture of the company. This volume contains 16 papers which provide deep insights into the social and ethical aspects of modern business practices. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 116663

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Bhavana Trivedi and Sangeeta Jain

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About this Item: Discovery, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Acknowledgement. Contributors. Introduction. I. Philosophical and literary perspective 1. Environmental issues as reflected in the classical thought of India some reflections/Puspa Tiwari. 2. Environmental philosophy the Indian perspective/Krishna Banerjee. 3. Environmental protection and awareness in ancient India/Sanjeev Kumar. 4. Environmental ethics/A.N. Tripathi. 5. Environment in contemporary Hindi poetry/Suman Jain and Niharika Lal. 6. Environmental education and its concern in educational policies in independent India/Sunil Kumar Singh. II. Socio political and administrative dimension 7. Environmentalism a global concern/Priyankar Upadhyaya. 8. Environmental issues a social scientist's concern/Rachana Srivastatva. 9. Environmental issues the political dynamics/Bhavana Trivedi. 10. Social challenges to environment and administration/Renu Srivastava. 11. Bureaucratic politics in environmental control/Arun Kumar Upadhyaya. 12. Environment and administrative role/Rajendra Bharati. 13. SAARC and environment/Kalpana Chakravorty. 14. Environmental resources and population explosion in Indian Context/Rajeshwar Upadhyaya. 15. Environment different issues/Dharmendra Kumar Mishra. III. Legal and constitutional framework 16. Indian Environmental Law the finished and unfinished agenda/C.M. Jariwala. 17. Environment judicial activism and development of environmental jurisprudence/Arvind Kumar Srivastava. 18. environmental provisions in the Indian Constitution/Tarun Kumar. IV. Gender and environment 19. Environment gender and development/Chandrakala Padia. 20. Women and ecological problems in Uttaranchal/Girish Chandra Pande and Aparna Joshi. V. Economic management and scientific perspectives 21. Environmental economics challenges and suggestion/Anup Kumar Mishra and G.S. Kushwaha. 22. Managing mismanagement of environment a planned approach/Shardul Chaubey. 23. WTO and environment/Sangeeta Jain. 24. Municipal solid wastes some important issues/Devendra Mohan. 25. Pollution due to biocides/Devendra Mohan. Bibliography. Index. In the Post World War Period environmental issues and challenges have become a key concern world wide and the subject matter of debate discussion and dialogue in academic as well as in political circles. As a result of seemingly well thought out development the sustainable development man and nature relationship and ultimately the survival of mankind entered the phenomena of interrogation. With the dawn of globalization in the 90's the problem became acute and the world encountered a massive criss cross of multifarious theories and questions. Environment oriented propositions and ideologies laws and policies have engendered the concept of Eco Friendly and Pro Green. Be it multilateral or bilateral talks in political arena or global summits and conferences environmental hazards and apprehensions have hit the bull's eye and Green Management has become the buzzword resounding in the global village. Despite the laws and policies of environmental protection the scenario is still deplorable. Environmental crises need to be tackled with utmost sincerity irrespective of geographic boundaries and vested eco political interests of the nations. Seeing the enormity of the present and future ecological crises the need of the hour is environmental renaissance. Seeing the urgency of the subject the present book focuses on environmental issues from different most important perspectives. 348 pp. Seller Inventory # 66837

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P Jegadish Gandhi

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2008)

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Acknowledgements. Contributors. Introduction. I. Dynamics of economic globalisation 1. India a developed nation before 2020/A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. 2. Promise of globalisation/Joseph E. Stiglitz. 3. Why globalisation is in trouble/Branco Milanovic. 4. Towards an inclusive globalisation/Manmohan Singh. 5. India in a globalising world/Montek S. Ahluwalia. 6. Globalised Indian economy structural changes and challenges/M.R. Aggarwal. 7. Impact of globalisation on Indian agriculture/A. Ranga Reddy and M. Sampath Kumar Raju. 8. Inclusive Globalisation and food Security/I. John Mohan Razu. 9. Financial globalisation/T.B. Kapali. II. Dimensions of inclusive growth 10. Approaching the Eleventh Plan/C.P. Chandrasekhar and Jayati Ghosh. 11. Inclusive growth an innovative approach/P.V. Indiresan. 12. Inclusive model of development/Aditya Puri. 13. Non Exclusion to Inclusive Growth Strategy plan perspectives/P. Jegadish Gandhi. 14. Will the aim of inclusive growth be achieved/M.Y. Khan. 15. Strategising Inclusive growth/T.S. Papola. 16. Financial inclusion/V. Jagan Mohan. 17. Need for financial Deepening /C.J. Punnathara. 18. The Eleventh Plan and Human Resource Development/Bhanoji Rao. III. Issues in inclusive growth 19. Can GDP growth do everything/S. Iyyampillai. 20. Inclusive growth is it achievable/V. Mohanasundaram. 21. Inclusiveness and inequality/Ranabir Ray Choudhury. 22. Regional disparities need for social inclusion/C.J. Punnathara. 23. In pursuit of excellence and inclusion in education/P.V. Indiresan. 24. Move towards an inclusive Child Health Care System/Sherly Kurien. 25. Is inclusive growth exclusive of environment/G. Narasimha Raghavan. 26. Inclusive need for interlinking of rivers/R. Christopher Rajkumar. 27. Inclusive growth in the globalised India a critique/G.M. Bhat and Shabir Ahmad Padder. Appendix. Index. Ever Since the Planning Commission (June 14 2006) styled its Approach Paper to the Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007 2012) with a caption Towards Faster and More Inclusive Growth the phrase Inclusive Growth has assumed greater significance in plan paradigm shift discussions at different levels all over the country and abroad. Inclusive growth is a welcome shift in emphasis in Plan Approach Paper but will it mean better distribution in the globalised India. The book is divided into three parts. Part I analyses the dynamics of globalisation in the world as well as in Indian settings. While Part II focuses on the various dimensions of inclusive growth Part III Identifies the issues involved in achieving inclusive growth against the embedded inequitable social system with workable solutions. The contents and coverage of the topical theme are comprehensive and critical in its scope spread and solutions. A valuable volume to academics research scholars and students in development and planning studies and also to policy makers. 284 pp. Seller Inventory # 67604

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V Dayakara Reddy and Digumarti Bhaskara Rao

Published by Discovery, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8183560512 ISBN 13: 9788183560511

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About this Item: Discovery, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Value oriented education/Nimma Venkata Rao. 2. Value education/T.M. Geetha. 3. The psychological edifice for value education/Kalpana Vengopal and Priya Kumari. 4. Fostering values a challenge for the society/N. Sobhana. 5. Value based teaching need of the hour/K.V. Raghupathi. 6. Value oriented education need to the day for sustainable development/G. Vijayasree. 7. A need for value based education in modern and complex society/Sudha H.R. 8. Value crisis in contemporary education/S. Indira. 9. Value crisis in contemporary Indian education/V. Govindha Reddy and D. Chenna Reddy. 10. Value crisis in education/Venkata Subbaiah. 11. Challenges in science education relevant to value crisis in contemporary Indian education/T. Rajayalakshmi. 12. Value education and social reconstruction/P.N. Nataraj. 13. Value education for social reconstruction/R.R. Madankar. 14. The role of value education in social reconstruction/M. Pramod Kumar. 15. Empowerment of women and value education/Shahataj Begum. 16. Value education and empowerment of women/K. Jayaraman and K. Vanitha. 17. Role of parents teachers and students in strengthening value education/K. Chandrasekhar. 18. How parents teachers students and administrators can strengthen value education/M. Padma Kumari and V. Dayakara Reddy. 19. Importance of parents teachers students and administrators in strengthening value education/G. Narayana Rao. 20. Can teachers parents students and administrators strengthen values/C.V.V. Prasad and M. Chandra Sekhar. 21. Necessity of the roles of parents teachers students and administrators in strengthening value education/A. Muniraja Reddy and B. Ramachandra Reddy. 22. Parents teachers students and administrators and strengthening value education/T.I. Nagarjuna and V. Dayakara Reddy. 23. Place of teachers in promoting value education/G. Visvanathan and M. Govindan. 24. Teachers and strengthening of value education/K. Sudha Rani and P. Manohar Reddy. 25. Value education role of teachers/A. Gayatri and V. Dayakara Reddy. 26. Sensitising teachers towards value based teaching/K. Chellamani and S. Mohan. 27. Prioritisation of school children's values by the teachers/G. Vijayalakshmi. 28. Dynamic parenting role in strengthening value education/A. Indira Prasuna and Sri K. Pencholaiah. 29. Value education role of the school/Mahender Reddy Sarasani and L. Venkat Ram Reddy. 30. Values and teacher education system/B. Ramachandra Reddy. 31. Promoting values in professional teacher education/R.H. Naik. 32. Educational values fostered through distance education/S. Thavamani. 33. Value education contribution of home science in the promotion of values/R.K. Anuradha. 34. Value oriented education methods and strategies/M. Vanaja and M.V. Ram Kumar Ratnam. 35. Promoting values in professional and higher education teaching strategies/B. Yella Reddy and V. Dayakara Reddy. 36. The development values of environmental education/Gara Latchanna. 37. Women empowerment as a tool for enhancement of value in education an hypothetical analysis/D. Pulla Rao. 38. A study of moral judgement of pre university students in relation to gender socio economic status course of study religion and moral judgement of their teachers/M.S. Talawar and G. Sheela. 39. Value orientation among school teacher/Rajendra Prasad D. 40. Attitudes towards value oriented education in primary school children/T. Rajasekhar Reddy. 41. Promoting values in teacher trainees/M. Rajini. 42. Sri Sathya Sai System of education a model to follow/C. Ravindranatha Reddy. 43. Value education the saviour of human society/Digumarti Bhaskara Rao. 44. Memories of UGC National Seminar on Value Oriented Education. Additional reading. Value education is a planned educational programme aimed at the development of values in students. It encounters with the total personality of the individual student keeping in view all aspects of human personality development the intellectual emotional and social. It makes an individ. Seller Inventory # 61335

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GSLHV Prasad Rao

Published by Scientific Publishers (2011)

ISBN 10: 8172336799 ISBN 13: 9788172336790

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Weather related disasters like occurrence of floods, droughts, heat wave and cold waves is not uncommon across the Country. It is true world over. Increase in sea surface temperature and sea level has potential impact on monsoon uncertainties, water resources, shift in coastal population and marine products. Vulnerability to extreme weather events is higher than vulnerability to changing average climatic conditions. The society linked sectors like agriculture, biodiversity, fisheries, forestry, water resources, human and animal health and infrastructure are the worst sufferers in the event of weather uncertainties. As a result it is realized that food security is under threat due to global warming. The book deals with climate change impacts and adaptation strategies in agriculture, horticulture, plantation crops in the humid tropics, livestock, fisheries, forestry, water resources and biodiversity. The invited and research papers, included in the book, provide clues for developing adaptation and mitigation strategies in coping up with the expected climate change in future. Although global foodgrains production is likely to increase in tune with rising population and demand in ensuing decades, it may suffer unless new approaches to adapt crop plants to climate change are adopted. Therefore, ?Research and education policy in climate change adaptation and mitigation is the need of the hour to address the climate issues in various sectors as the frequency of occurrence of floods and droughts, cold and heat waves are likely to increase under projected climate change scenarios and a threat to food security. Contents: Session - I. INVITED PAPERS 1 Climate change - Impacts and mitigation strategies - GGSN Rao, AVMS Rao and VUM Rao 2 Climate change implications for river restoration in global biodiversity hotspots - Professor Peter M Davies 3 Climate change projections and impacts on plantations in the humid tropics - GSLHV Prasada Rao, AVR Kesava Rao, KN Krishna Kumar and CS Gopakumar 4 Climate change adaptation strategies for rice (Oryza sativa L.) in the humid tropics - S. Leena Kumary 5 Has the impact of temperature variability on wheat production been underestimated? - Senthold Asseng, Ian Foster and Neil C Turner 6 Climate change, fodder production and livestock - DVK Nageswara Rao and D Thammi Raju 7 Integrated agromet advisory services for the coastal region of the humid tropics ? Future projection under climate change - RP Samui, MV Kamble and JP Sabale 8 Climate change impact on Indian agriculture: Crop insurance as adaptation strategy - KN Rao 9 Climate change adaptation and mitigation in Indian agriculture - B Venkateswarlu, Arun Kumar Shankar and AK Gogoi 10 Climate change and Horticulture - KV Peter and T Pradeep Kumar 11 Impact and adaptation options for Indian marine fisheries to climate change - E Vivekanandan and R Jeyabaskaran 12 Forestry options for climate change adaptation ? Strategies and Action Plan - Jose Kallarackal 13 Possible impacts of climate change on water resources of the humid tropics (Kerala) - Kamalakshan Kokkal, P Harinarayanan and MV Aswathy Session - II. CLIMATE VARIABILITY 14 Climate change impact on the inter-relation between tropical cyclones over north western Pacific Ocean and Indian summer monsoon - Lekshmi Revi, VM. Sandeep and C.K. Rajan 15 Variability of rainfall over Peninsular India, before and after 1976 - HS Ram Mohan, Lorna R Nayagam and J Rajesh 16 Seasonal variability and trend in rainfall and temperature at Vellayani, Kerala in the humid tropics - P Shalini Pillai, CE Ajithkumar, LG Liji and PS Preetha 17 Astrometeorology ? Search for planetary influence on weather - Unnikrishnan T and Prasada Rao GSLHV Session -III. NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 18 Effect of a low cost sub surface dyke using plastic film in conserving soil moisture along the timeline Printed Pages: 330. Seller Inventory # 64348

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Edited by A.K. Lal

Published by Concept (2003)

ISBN 10: 8180690520 ISBN 13: 9788180690525

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About this Item: Concept, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Vol. I: Preface. Introduction. I. Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak : a sociologist and his mission: Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak : a sociologist and his mission/A.K. Lal. II. State and society: 1. Social exclusion: historical, institutional and ideological dimensions/Rajni Kothari. 2. Managing multiplicity: the insider-outsider duality/Yogesh Atal. 3. Dalits and recent attacks on the minorities/Walter Fernandes. 4. Social inequality, Dalit identity and Dr. B.R. Ambedkar/K.L. Sharma. 5. Globalization and the poor: tribal problematique/S. Tripathi. 6. Caring for the exploited/Jose Kananaikil. 7. Restructuring Indian society: problems and prospects/R.G. Singh. 8. The making of civil society/B. Devi Prasad. 9. Reducing social exclusion through social intervention/R.R. Singh. 10. Quest for development with security and peace unlocking new avenues through education/Vijay Kumar. 11. The tensions in Indian society and the future of our education/Hetukar Jha. III. Exterior and intermedate: 12. Social exclusion: concept, meaning and scope/R.R. Prasad. 13. Other backward classes and social change/A.K. Lal. 14. Social exclusion of Dalits agony and assertion of an outcasted community/Prakash Louis. 15. Protective discrimination in the Constitution of India/B.N. Srivastava. 16. Efficacy of law as an instrument of social change: a case of untouchability/K.D. Gangrade. 17. Unravelling the dynamics of Dalit oppression/S.P. Srivastava. 18. Mobility among the Scheduled Castes of Andhra Pradesh: a sociological perspective/N. Sudhakar Rao. 19. Untouchable to touchable: tale of a subaltern challenge/Somen Chakraborty. 20. National Scheme of Liberation and Rehabilitation of Scavengers and their Dependents [NSLRSD]: a failure of conceptualization/Pamela Singla. 21. Consequences of occupational mobility among scavengers/S.N. Chaudhary. 22. The Akhil Bhartia Safai Mazdoor Congress: formation and organigation/Shyam Lal. 23. Problems in empowerment of Dalits/A.K. Lal. 24. Gandhi, Ambedkar and the Dalits: retrospects and prospects/Nandu Ram. 25. Babasaheb Ambedkar and Karl Marx: a comparative exposition/Jag Mohan Singh Verma. 26. Diamensions of reorganization of states: a study of Jharkhand/Vananchal/Jitendra Narayan. Vol. II: IV. Environment and rural development: 27. Sustainable development and the quality of life in village India/Sachchidananda. 28. Service delivery system and challenges of poverty eradication and rural development: evidences from North Bihar/D.M. Diwakar. 29. Sustainable development: a case study of Chakriya Vikas Pranali/Sachchidananda. 30. Models of rural development in Bangladesh/V.S. Upadhyay and R.U. Ahmed. 31. Land reforms: a Dalitist perspective with reference to Bihar/Jagdish Prasad. 32. Democratic decentralization in India: towards nation building efforts/S.K. Singh. 33. Cultural frontiers of environment: a viewpoint/S.K. Chandhoke. V. Urban development and regional planning: 34. Urbanization, urban problems and urban planning/J.V. Raghavender Rao. 35. Cultural aspects of urban decay: sociological reflections/Yogendra Singh. 36. Population and environment: issues and challenges/Satish K. Sharma. 37. Regional planning for national development/Bakshi D. Sinha. VI. Women and child issues: 38. Hindu women in history and today/C. Lakshmanna. 39. Economic discrimination against women in India/Shahid Ashraf. 40. Caring for the weakest: juvenile and neglected children in Bihar and Orissa/A.C. Sinha. 41. Elimination of child labour: governmental-non-governmental effort needed/Nadeem Mohsin. VII. Social sciences for social development: 42. Social development meaning, concept and its contribution/R.R. Prasad. 43. Social science: quest for relevant research/Rajeshwar Prasad. 44. Participatory research for social action in India/D. Sundaram. Index. "The festschrift in honour of Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak, the inaugural figure of sanitation movement in India, seeks to continue the dialogue on possibilities and constraints of change in a social se. Seller Inventory # 49545

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Sawalia Bihari Verma

Published by University Book House, Jaipur (2004)

ISBN 10: 8181980174 ISBN 13: 9788181980175

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About this Item: paperback. Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date: 2012 Pages: 266 Publisher: Peking University Press. Wise said: Interview of the famous Beijing Forum (2004-2011) featured the previous Beijing Forum on well-known media interviews with well-known scholars. covering culture scientific. educational. economic. and social aspects of life. rich in content. the interview subjects are regarded in the same year is a social hot spot. the value and meaning to still read today. Depth interview yet academic. quite readable. Contents: strong cultural buildings: The most terrible is to become a colony into the Sino-British culture: a new era of Confucianism go from here? Tu Weiming: the the new Confucian and contemporary social Seyyed Hossein Nasr VS Tu Weiming VS PeterVS. Katzetein: Tony Blair: the response of the human predicament of century faith should be oriented upright life economic Bernard Yeung: China corporate social responsibility Growing Pains Kenneth Joseph Arrow: a Nobel Prize winner in the eyes of the world economy Ronald I. Mckinnon: the Krugman view yuan thoroughly wrong Ha Timmer: urgent needs have solutions. governments need to focus on new growth points. Yao Yang: United States Rakesh Mohan subprime mortgage crisis is not the opportunity for the rise of China: fiscal. India's economy cope with Ari Kokko: real mode requires the Chinese domestic market plays a more important role in education Paul Chu: university ranking is quite subjective Feng Jun: deep cultural heritage class universities on the basis of of Hu significant chapter: university education through and specialized Wu Feng: Digital Learning is the historical development of the inevitable trend government Adam Przewoki of: a harmonious society. the mechanism first Wang states: the government the public policy Weapon Perry: assigned prospects legal Zhu Suli justice and social welfare development more importantly. Li Jingpeng: the logic of democracy with Chinese democracy: the rule of law in China should be based on local issues. Jiang Ping First: economists and jurists need deeper exchanges and cooperation in international relations Peter Katzetein: the United States no longer has invisible hegemony Yongcheng: China needs to develop an international leadership? Joseph Verner Reed: reform of the United Nations should be given more space for emerging economies Zheng Yongnian: State responsibility and leadership environment and climate James Haen. not the blind pursuit: global warming: an urgent environmental challenges Thomas Sterner: China needs the energy tax Ernesto Zedillo.: to solve the climate change problem Mohan Munasinghe. should do more in carbon emissions pricing: the development more gross Chiang Kai-shek: sustainability of public health and health care reform and rural medical security is a new sunrise career David Legge: health system reform should take progressive of Meng Qingyue: Jrgen Moltmann on the challenges and opportunities of the health care reform philosophy: We are still living in the world yet completed Mustafa ceric: multi-ethnic. multi-religious coexistence. China should become the world's the role model Miroslav Volf: faith and globalization history Gungwu: identity and responsibilities of contemporary historians Valuable: study of Chinese history should not be dismissed lightly Enlightenment Rana Mitter.: World War II should re-examine the meaning of art for the Chinese witch Hung: Do you have people how to do rethink Fred S. Kleiner: Art as a basic means of cultural exchanges Zhou Yingchen: music creation requires a huge cultural accomplishment other Zhu Jianhua: the most valuable research with predictive Lee Pui - leung Rance: happy life needs emotional support strict military: PostscriptFour Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back. Seller Inventory # NE029282

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Paul R. Kleindorfer, Yoram Wind, Robert E. Gunther

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About this Item: Pearson Education (US), United States, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. New Paperback Edition Networks and the Enterprise: Breakthrough Thinking and Actionable Strategies This book presents an amazing collection of insights on underlying forces and ways to thrive in our post-Coaseian age-an age in which the centralized firm is changing into an agile and resilient network of participants. A must read for a world where unpredictability reigns supreme. -John Seely Brown, Independent Co-Chair of the Deloitte Center for Edge Innovation, and Senior Fellow at the Annenberg Center for Communication at the University of Southern California I couldn t wait to get my hands on this research.I have already begun to put the ideas into practice in designing next-generation open innovation networks.the diversity of ideas and perspectives is truly amazing and will be a terrific resource to anyone seeking to move to new business models based on the power of networks for innovation, marketing, and creating and leveraging big ideas. Job well done! -Larry Huston, Creator of the Connect and Develop program for Procter Gamble, and Managing Director of 4iNNO, a major Open Innovation consulting practice In our borderless world, every manager needs to understand the strategic implications of networks. For the first time, The Network Challenge brings together thought leaders from many fields-a team of experts as broad as the network challenge itself. -Kenichi Ohmae, author of more than 100 books, including the seminal work, The Mind of the Strategist, advisor on global strategy to foreign governments and scores of multinational corporations, selected by The Economist as one of five management gurus in the world. Networks define modern business. Networks introduce new risks (as seen by the rapid spread of contagion in global financial markets) and opportunities (as seen in the rapid rise of network-based businesses).While managers typically view business through the lens of a single firm, this book challenges readers to take a broader view of their enterprises and opportunities. This book s 28 original essays include CK Prahalad on networks as the new locus of competitive advantageRussell E. Palmer on leadership in a networked global environment Dawn Iacobucci and James M. Salter II on the business implications of social networkingFranklin Allen and Ana Babus on contagion in financial marketsSteven O. Kimbrough on artificial intelligence, evolutionary computation, and networksSatish Nambisan and Mohan Sawhney on tapping the global brain for innovationManuel E. Sosa on coordination networks in product developmentChristophe Van den Bulte and Stefan Wuyts on customer networksChristoph Zott and Raphael Amit on using business models to drive network-based strategiesYoram (Jerry) Wind, Victor Fung, and William Fung on network orchestration Valery Yakubovich and Ryan Burg on network-based HR strategyHoward Kunreuther on risk management strategies for an interdependent worldPaul R. Kleindorfer and Ilias D. Visvikis on integrating financial and physical networks in global logisticsWitold J. Henisz on network-based political and social risk management Boaz Ganor on terrorism networks And much more. Seller Inventory # APC9780137069200

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Paul R. Kleindorfer, Yoram Wind, Robert E. Gunther

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About this Item: Pearson Education (US), United States, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.New Paperback Edition Networks and the Enterprise: Breakthrough Thinking and Actionable Strategies This book presents an amazing collection of insights on underlying forces and ways to thrive in our post-Coaseian age-an age in which the centralized firm is changing into an agile and resilient network of participants. A must read for a world where unpredictability reigns supreme. -John Seely Brown, Independent Co-Chair of the Deloitte Center for Edge Innovation, and Senior Fellow at the Annenberg Center for Communication at the University of Southern California I couldn t wait to get my hands on this research.I have already begun to put the ideas into practice in designing next-generation open innovation networks.the diversity of ideas and perspectives is truly amazing and will be a terrific resource to anyone seeking to move to new business models based on the power of networks for innovation, marketing, and creating and leveraging big ideas. Job well done! -Larry Huston, Creator of the Connect and Develop program for Procter Gamble, and Managing Director of 4iNNO, a major Open Innovation consulting practice In our borderless world, every manager needs to understand the strategic implications of networks. For the first time, The Network Challenge brings together thought leaders from many fields-a team of experts as broad as the network challenge itself. -Kenichi Ohmae, author of more than 100 books, including the seminal work, The Mind of the Strategist, advisor on global strategy to foreign governments and scores of multinational corporations, selected by The Economist as one of five management gurus in the world. Networks define modern business. Networks introduce new risks (as seen by the rapid spread of contagion in global financial markets) and opportunities (as seen in the rapid rise of network-based businesses).While managers typically view business through the lens of a single firm, this book challenges readers to take a broader view of their enterprises and opportunities. This book s 28 original essays include CK Prahalad on networks as the new locus of competitive advantageRussell E. Palmer on leadership in a networked global environment Dawn Iacobucci and James M. Salter II on the business implications of social networkingFranklin Allen and Ana Babus on contagion in financial marketsSteven O. Kimbrough on artificial intelligence, evolutionary computation, and networksSatish Nambisan and Mohan Sawhney on tapping the global brain for innovationManuel E. Sosa on coordination networks in product developmentChristophe Van den Bulte and Stefan Wuyts on customer networksChristoph Zott and Raphael Amit on using business models to drive network-based strategiesYoram (Jerry) Wind, Victor Fung, and William Fung on network orchestration Valery Yakubovich and Ryan Burg on network-based HR strategyHoward Kunreuther on risk management strategies for an interdependent worldPaul R. Kleindorfer and Ilias D. Visvikis on integrating financial and physical networks in global logisticsWitold J. Henisz on network-based political and social risk management Boaz Ganor on terrorism networks And much more. Seller Inventory # APC9780137069200

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N Narayana

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Vol. I I. Globalisation issues and challenges 1. The challenging issues of globalisation/N. Narayana. 2. Globalisation strategies and challenges/B.R. Honparkhe. 3. globalisation some key issues for developing economies/Harshada S. Rathod. 4. Globalisation and economic reforms and their impact in developing countries/K. Lakshminarayana. 5. Indian leather industry and its prospect in the context of globalisation/A. Subbarama Naidu. 6. Implications of globalisation and policy issues/P. Subba Rao C.L.N. Pillai P. Manohar and Henry Kiumo. 7. Human resources development in the context of globalisation/G. Venkateshalu. 8. The relevance of post modernists thought to third world countries in the context of globalisation a search for alternatives/E.M. Thomas. 9. The need for global vision in India's higher education/M.V. Joshi Mohan C. Patel and Varsha K. Tandel. 10. The art of central banking in developed nations/Partha Gangopadhyay. 11. Money and real economy linkages in the anchor of the gold standard an epistemological approach/Masudul Alam Choudhury and Mohammad Ziaul Hoque. II. Globalisation trade and economic integration 12. World trade organisation and economic integration an application of gravity model/Narain Sinha and K.L. Chawla. 13. Changing roles and policies of multinationals and foreign direct investment in developing countries impact of globalization/Ismail Shariff. 14. Impact of the introduction of intellectual property rights protection on developing countries/Mohd Izhar Ahmad. 15. Trade liberalisation in the South Pacific Forum Island countries a Panacea for economic and social ills/Biman C. Prasad. 16. Towards regional economic cooperation among SARC countries/Harshada S. Rathod. 17. Commitment and control in international ventures/T.V.S. Ramamohan Rao and Ruchi Sharma. III. Globalisation and economic reforms agriculture and rural development 18 The impact of globalisation and economic reforms on agriculture of a developing economy/Patricia M. Makepe. 19. A study on the export performance of Indian agriculture in the context of globalisation an econometric analysis/K. Murugavelu. 20. Economic reforms and domestic market regulations in Indian agriculture/A.R. Veeramani. 21. Globalisation agricultural growth and rural poverty issues and experiences/Shyam Sunder Pd Sharma. 22. Globalization and agriculture in India/K. Dasaratharamaiah. 23. Globalisation issues and their implications on agriculture/G. Jayaraju. 24. India's horticulture exports during the WTO regime boon or bane/V.B. Jugale. 25. Globalisation and rural development issues and strategies/G. Sreedhar. 26. Economic incentives for global conservation of wildlife new international policies/Clem Tisdell. 27. Globalisation and the environment/Boitumelo Mmolawa. Index. Vol. II IV Globalisation poverty unemployment and empowering women 28. Globalization technological change and unemployment implications for skills and training development in informal sector/Falendra K. Sudan. 29. Gender perspective of extreme poverty and globalisation/D.B. Krishna Kumari and D.V. Ramana. 30. Information and communication technology and women empowerment/R. Meenakshi. 31. Gender in governance and empowering women the dynamics determinants and the impact of Kerala experiment/K. Muraleedharan. V. Globalisation and economic reforms problems and prospects 32. The economic threat of globalisation on small and medium enterprises in Africa/S.M. Kapunda. 33. Globalization and private sector development in an emerging economy/Samson E. Edo. 34. Economic reforms and macroeconomic stability in Ghana/J.V. Mensah and I.K. Acheampong. 35. Globalisation and science and technology policies in India/Rajesh Jaiswal. 36. Incidence of illness and injury in the industrial environment under the impact of globalization/Mohammad Shahadat Hossain Mufeedh Choudhury and Fatma Hamad Al Hashmi. 37. Globalisation and Indian pharmaceutical industry impediments and impetus/P. Srinivasa Subbarao. Seller Inventory # 61094

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Yajneshwar S Shastri; Intaj Malek and Sunanda Shastri

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About this Item: Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I 1. Global peace through dialogue/Krishna Ahooja Patel. 2. Teaching religion and ecology at the University level/Christopher Key Chepple. 3. War and the soul of humanity in a global world/Joseph Runzo. 4. Yoga in daily life spiritually religion and world peace/Vishwaguru Mahamandaleshwar. 5. Moroccan womens voices and the violation of peace within the institution of marriage/Fouzia Rhissassi. 6. Academic responsibility and values of peace in Central Europe/Alena Kroupova. 7. Peace and security in an era of transformation towards a new paradigm/A. Subbian. 8. Flashes from Himalayan Heights nature in Swami Rama Tirtha's Neovedanta/Robin Rinehart. 9. Peace education challenges for higher education/L. Euroda Pettigrew. 10. Religion and religious conflicts global harmony and peace/Santi Nath Chattopadhyay. 11. Sankara and world peace/G.C. Nayak. 12. Hatha Yoga for world peace/Vasanthi Bhat. 13. Is peace possible through religions (With special emphasis on Islam)/Intaj Malek. 14. Won Buddhist proposals for world peace/Abby Thomas. 15. Security and justice conditions for peace/Cedric Prakash S.J. 16. Religion Satyagraha and the Tehri Dam the environmental philosophy of Sunderlal Bahuguna/George A. James. 17. Evaluation of philosophical foundations of Hobbs and Locke's views on peace/Hamidreza Ayatollahy. 18. Mandala of the rocks a Tibetan meditation in a Japanese Garden/Katherine Anne Harper. 19. Developing a sense of place an environmental curriculum for elementary aged children/Maureen Shannon. 20. Globalization and cosmopolitanism tracing a Kantian trajectory to Pece/S.J. Philip Rossi. 21. The body of the Goddess nurturing an ethic for peace/Phyllis Herman. 22. Krishna and Balarama in an idealized Braj romantization of nature and contemporary ecology/A. Whitney Sanford. 23. Wars begin in the minds of men/Susunaga Weeraperuma. 24. Solidarity of mankind the only way to world peace Tagore's message/Sitanshu Ray. 25. Will sanity prevail in establishing world peace A religious perspective/M.A. Jalihal. 26. Summary of paper A search for peace in its root /Shripad Bhat. 27. Qur'an a universal code for sustainability/Mohd. Aslam Parvaiz. 28. World peace problems of global era (Defence and national security perspectives)/Krishna Mohan Mathur. 29. The meaning of the word Peace /Nilotpala Gandhi. 30. Environmental education in India leading to ecological harmony/Sunanda Shastri. 31. Terrorism post modernism and world peace/R.C. Sinha. 32. Idea of peace in ancient Greece and India/H.M. Joshi. 33. Philosophy of non violence and world peace in Srimadbhagavadgita/P.K. Gayathri. 34. Culture of peace/A.U. Patel. 35. The Vedanta of non dualism/G.B. Shah. 36. Reinterpreting definitions the concepts of peace and war in the Bhagavad Geeta and Qur'an/Dilipkumar S. Charan Pradipsinh B. Rathod. 37. Psychological dimensions in strengthening world peace a concept paper/Kamayani Mathur. 38. World peace a psychological approach/Ashwin Jansari. 39. Impact of religion and psychology on attainment of Universal peace/A.S. Patel. 40. Peace in the global village/A.G.G. Kodumutti Nadar. 41. Advaita and world peace/B.R. Shantha Kumari. 42. Swami Vivekananda's vision of harmony and peace/Debika Saha. 43. Peace Jain four fold community/Hansa S. Shah. 44. Education for peace in schools/Hamant Shah. 45. Jainism and world peace/Kokila Hemchand Shah. 46. Women's perspectives on culture of global peace/Krishana Ahooja Patel. 47. Role of Bhagavadgita on world peace problems/Krishna Chakraborty. 48. A holistic approach to world peace/K.R.S. Nair. 49. Value realisation a life centric study/Manjula Parruck Dutta. 50. A philosophic vision of environment/Mritunjay Kumar. 51. The concept of peace in Buddhist philosophy/Niranjana Vora. 52. World peace in the footsteps of Sri Aurobindo/Nitin J. Vyas. Vol. II 53. The role of mind and Yoga for world peace/P.N. Shastry. 54. Man morality and peace/Pratima Ganguly. 55. Holistic approach to world peace (valedictory address. Seller Inventory # 61191

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edited by Talluru Sreenivas

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About this Item: Discovery, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. I. Education: 1. Higher education system and its impact on the economy/K. Neela Mani Kanta and P. Srivalli. 2. Total quality management in education : a conceptual study/E. Lokanadha Reddy and T. Venkata Ramana. 3. A study on the path of quality education in India/P.V. Vara Prabhakar, M. Suresh and A. Sreenivasulu. 4. Quality management in Indian higher education: Application of deming’s principles/T. Ravindra Reddy. 5. Total quality management in higher education/M. Devendra and V. Chandan. 6. Benchmarking in higher education : A tool for quality improvement/V. Shugufta Yasmeen, B. Gangaiah and Y. Subbarayudu. 7. The market in higher education equity and quality/V. Mohan Nayak. 8. In search of quality in higher education/Talluru Sreenivas and Ch. Kiranmayi. 9. Management education in training the students as human resources : An outlook on techniques and methods/P. Saritha, K. Srinivasa Rao and P. Mohan Reddy. 10. Role of management education for improving the quality of human life an outlook/P. Saritha, K. Lavanya Latha and P. Mohan Reddy. .II. Women empowerment. III. Insurance, telecommunications, and tourism. Index. The volume on economic and social empowerment deals with empowering people in various services sectors. The sectors covered in different sections are (a) Education, (b) Women empowerment, and (c) Insurance, Telecomunications, and Tourism. The publication presents 42 articles, along with highlights of the coverage of the entire volume presented in section-I-22 articles deal with primary, secondary and tertiary/higher education, including management education, and education sector-an overview, 10 articles cover women empowerment through a number of programmes, and 10 articles discuss insurance, telecommunications and tourism sectors. One important theme covered in depth in a number of papers is implementation of total quality management (TQM) techniques in each sector. TQM is an integrated organizational approach in delighting customers by meeting their expectations on a continuous basis in the dynamic business scenario. In education role of HRD, HRM and training in different levels of educational institutions has been discussed. The aspects covered in Women Empowerment include entrepreneurship for micro and small enterprises, women workers, human resource management, literacy, education, training and capacity building, and self help group (SHG) approach. There are 14 case studies analyzing field level experiences in the implementation of programmes. The publication is a collection of rich research-based articles. A number of them deal with the environment in Andhra Pradesh and a few neighbouring states. The volume will be highly useful for faculty and researchers engaged in or interested in pursuing socio-economic research. This is of immense value to researchers in management, in particular. Seller Inventory # 117898

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R. Mangaleswaran

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About this Item: Authorspress, 2011. Contents Foreword Preface Acknowledgements I Social development and challengers in India 1 Social development new vistas and challenges for professional social wormers in IndiaK Shanmugavelayutham 2 Professional challenges of social workers in delivering services towards social development in Rural IndiaJ Emmanuel Janagan and Kesha OS Patel II Mainstreaming poverty eradication inclusive growth and social development 3 Social safety nets for poverty reduction in IndiaA Sivagami 4 Socio-economic and health conditions of Malaiyali tribesJ Godwin Prem Singh and K Parthasarathy 5 The agriculture hunger poverty nexus and social developmentT Muthukumar 6 Caste based reservation prospects and retrospectsK Madeswaran and M Sugirtha 7 Development and its impact on people-a study on special economic zonesS Arul Prasad 8 A study on superstitious beliefs among Paniya Tribes in WayanadS Vidhya and NM Rubeena III Gender and social development 9 Problems of scheduled caste women village Panchayat Presidents in Tamil Nadu-a StudyV Sethuramalingam and V Deivajothi 10 Role of Toda womenRoshini Rose Philips 11 Widows in slums living with families and alone-a comparative analysisV Sethuramalingam and S Sathia 12 A study on stress experienced by the wives of alcoholics in KeralaV Mohana Kumari and Anitha Ragavan 13 Social work intervention in solving the problems of SHG-A case study of Janapanahalli Village Tumkur DistrictShashidhar Channappa Kodandarama and Amirtha Mukerjee 14 Life satisfaction among the women scavengersPL Rani D Nirmala and P Uma 15 Self esteem among self help group womenP Uma D Nirmala and PL Rani 16 Women participation in MGNREGA at Karur DistrictR Kalaivani and R Mangaleswaran 17 The role of women members in making model Gram Panchayat-a study on Udupi Taluk of KarnatakaAK Mohan and Usha Rao 18 A study on family adjustment problems of married working womenP Ramya and G Mettilda Buvaneswari 19 Gender inequality education and social development an Indian perspectiveAisha Manju and D Nirmala 20 A studyon micro-entrepreneurial efforts of Self-Help Group SHG women-with reference to Madurai DistrictA Ponnusamy and Y Vijila 21 Health condition among schedule caste women in rural areasM Suresh Kumar IV Education and social development 22 Education and social developmentD Oyyappan and Ajoy Mathew 23 Education and social development with special reference to job satisfaction of women lectures in women?s colleges in Kumbakonam TalukM Gabriel and M Dominic Savio 24 Education and social development of orphans in India-a research study on orphanages of Coimbatore DistrictSG Suryah and Kavitha Ramu 25 Social work trainees experience in educational setting in Ettimadi Town Panchayat CombatoreS Madhusudnan R Ravi Mohan and R Anne 26 Impact of education on Keala?s Social DevelopmentR Ravi Mohan 27 Right to free and compulsory education as a means of children?s developmentK Sasikala and R Mangaleswaran 28 A study on attitude of slum children towards educationGF Alban Nishanth and Jegan Isaac 29 Job anxiety among the ABL method of teaching of primary teachersV Vijay Kumar and P Suresh 30 A study on repression among IX standard students with specific reference to academic achievement in Salem DistrictV Vijayakumar and P Suresh V Human rights environment and social development 31 ICT-enabled community participation for coastal disaster risk management and social developmentSunitha Kuppuswamy and PB Shankar Narayan 32 Human rights and social developmentSangeeta Thapa and G Baradha 33 Environment and social developmentG Niranjani 34 Global warming and sustainable development in IndiaA Sivagami and M Shyamala 35 The impact of forest policy and livelihood insecurity on the Soliga Tribe in Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple Wildlife Sanctuary IndiaC Madegowda 36 RTI as a tool for social developmentM Ignatius and R Mangaleswaran V Health and social development 37 Awareness on menstrual health management policies and programmes of the government among the urban w. Seller Inventory # 97818

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edited by T.Sreenivas

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About this Item: Discovery, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. I. Human relations and the competitive environment: 1. Fitness among organizational strategy, leadership style, and followership style, and its contribution to effective strategy implementation/Pulapa Subba Rao, Albert C. Mellam and Ponnusamy Manohar. 2. Human resources development for competitiveness : a priority for rmployers/V. Manasa and S. Subba Reddy. 3. Changing scenario of human resource management in the 21st century: specifics and challenges/T. Sasikanth Reddy, D. Naganna and C. Rama Mohan Reddy. 4. Organizational concept in human resource development/P. Venkaiah Babu and P. Ravi Sankar. 5. Spiritual human resource management/P. Rajasekhar, Y. Nagendra and P. Krishna Teja. 6. A study on talent management and work-life balance strategies/P. Purnachandra Rao and Ch. Bhargava Charyulu. II. Manufacturing, services and power: 7. Human resource roles in manufacturing and service sectors/G. Ramanjaneyulu, J. Munaiah and B.V. Lakshmi. 8. Role of employee engagement in enhanced performance, improved productivity and innovation for ultimate business success in the corporate sector: a literature review/B. Tejaswi and R.P. Raya. 9. Role of ethics in HR policy implementation in small manufacturing enterprises in Rayalaseema region of Andhra Pradesh/P.V. Vara Prabhakar and T. venkata Ramana. 10. The role of human resource in manufacturing industry/B. Pavani and A. Harihara Nath Reddy .III. Banking healthcare information technology (IT), and entertainment. Index. Human resource is a vital factor in the economic development of a nation. People not only contribute to production as one of the important factors stimulating growth, they are also consumers, and the focus of economic development is to maximize people's welfare. Human Resource Development (HRD) includes three basic strategies: (a) developing HR through education and training, (b) deploying HR, and (c) providing incentives to ensure that they are productively employed. The new HR Management (HRM) perspective requires Human Relations personnel to be strategic partners of the organization that coordinates all functions and supports the strategies by attracting and retaining the talented personnel who have substantially contributed to the growth of the organization. The volume on Dynamics of Human Relations Management in Competitive Environment contains 34 articles, including Highlights of the coverage of all articles. The broad heads covering these articles are: (a) Human Relations and the Competitive Environment, (b) Manufacturing, Services, and Power, (c) Banking, Healthcare, Information Technology (IT), and Entertainment. The first section deals with developments in recent years in the context of globalization. The other two refer specifically to Human Relations, and Human Resource Development and Management strategies in individual sectors. The papers include 17 case studies, presenting field level experiences. The environment covered in the case studies is of Andhra Pradesh and neighbouring States. One empirical study on leadership styles is on private enterprises in Papua New Guinea, and another is on talent - management and work - life balance strategies. The publication is a collection of rich research - based articles. These provide guidance to faculty and researchers engaged in or interested in pursuing socio-economic research, and in particular, management. Seller Inventory # 117906

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Published by B.R. Publishing Corporation (2004)

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About this Item: B.R. Publishing Corporation, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. Contents: Vol. I. Part I: Preface. Foreword. I. Reflections and Redemptions: Unit-I: Librarianship: history and philosophy: 1. Libraries and librarianship in modern India/H.R. Chopra. 2. Library and librarianship: history and philosophy/Arun Kumar Sinha. 3. Newer media of communication and the book/M.R. Riswadkar. 4. Librarian--an effective counsellor/V. Geetha. Unit-II: Ethics and librarianship: 1. Librarianship: professionalism and ethics/Shalini B. Waghmare, R.S. Lihitkar and Ajay T. Agashe. 2. Ethics, philosophy and sociology of librarianship/T.R. Borse. 3. Code of ethics/K. Navalani and Kiran Kathuria. 4. Models of ethical analysis in library profession in protecting intellectual property/Pushpanjali Jena (Dhal) and Bijalaxmi Routray. 5. Professional ethics and librarianship/S.P. Potdar. Unit-III: Education and libraries: 1. Role of librarian in higher education/Mohan R. Kherde. 2. Role of Christian missionaries in the growth and development of higher education: a study/David Livingstone and N. Rani Syamalamba. 3. E-learning: opportunities, challenges and implications in LIS profession in digital era/K.P. Singh. Unit-IV: Library profession: 1. Librarianship as a profession/P.S. Dakhole. 2. Professional development: an ever going process for library and information professionals/N.R. Satyanarayana. 3. Librarianship in IT environment/Vaishali G. Choukhande. 4. Role of information professionals in information or knowledge-based society/S.P. Singh. 5. Library and information profession in India: reflections and redemptions/V.L. Kalyane, Anil Sagar, Anil Kumar, Vijay Kumar, Lalit Mohan and E.R. Prakasan. 6. Job market for LIS graduates in Kerala/K. Dineshan and P. Parameswaran. 7. Library professionals and their performance/S.K. Bajpai. 8. Stress and Burnout among library professionals: a correlational approach/Neeru Awasthi and H.R. Chopra. 9. Loss of books in libraries: an appraisal and effective rules/Umesh Kumar Agarwal. 10. Role of library associations in India/Prakash B. Jain. 11. Stratification of library professionals/Ashwini P. Paradkar. 12. Road map of Delhi library association/C.P. Vashishth. Unti-V: Education for librarianship: 1. LIS education in India: a historical perspective/Vaishali B. Wadnerkar. 2. Education and training of information professional of the twenty-first century: a futuristic perspective/Subal Chandra Biswas. 3. Library and information science education: the missing links/Chitra Rekha Kuffalikar. 4. Education for the twenty-first century librarian/Sewa Singh. 5. Factors that compel to review LIS curricula in India/U.K. Agarwal. 6. LIS education vis-a-vis UGC model curriculum/R. Khokale. 7. Teaching methods in LIS education in India/Neerja Verma. 8. In-service education and training (INSET) for library professionals: issues and strategies in changing environment/Sunil Kumar. 9. Librarians and navigators/K.H. Shukla. 10. Growth in LIS research with special reference to Nagpur university/D. Rajyalakshmi. Unit-VI: Library literature: 1. Library and information science literature in Gujarati language/P.C. Shah and D.N. Shukla. 2. Development of literature on library and information science in Marathi/D.R. Deshpande. 3. Authorship pattern in the field of library and information science: a study/Mohan R. Kherde. Unit- VII: Kinds of Libraries: 1. National library: origin and growth/R. Ramachandran. 2. Some challenging issues relating to the development of public libraries/P.N. Kaula. 3. New dimension of public library legislation/Parvez Alam and Ahrarul Hasan Jawaid. 4. Madras library association (MALA) and public library development/Narendra K. Bar and Jyoti Misra. 5. Madras library association act of 1948: yesterday, today and tomorrow?/Ve Thillainayagam. 6. Academic libraries in the twenty-first century/Satyaprakash M. Nikose. 7. Professional development in university libraries Printed Pages: 1080. Seller Inventory # 7508

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