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S.M. Paul Khurana

ISBN 10: 8121210585 ISBN 13: 9788121210584

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About this Item: 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. 348 The Indian higher education, modeled by Lord Macaulay a century back, is turning irrelevant for the emerging global knowledge society. Significant shortfalls in dynamic and qualified faculty, huge gaps between the imparted and expected skill-sets and a greater disconnect with the market and social needs have plagued the system. Reforms since independence had a myopic approach and casual attitude towards management and revitalization of higher education essential for socio-economic development. We need to reengineer current models of delivery, quality, management and regulation of education for generation of globally competent human resource. The present volume, having articles from authorities like APJ Abdul Kalam, P.N. Srivastava, S.P. Thyagrajan, S.K. Thorat, Panjab Singh, H. P. Dikshit etc., attempts to provide solutions to the above problems and catalyze sustainable transition from quantity-based system into that of quality, instilling entrepreneurial and innovative skills among our youth ensuring their competence for worldwide acceptance and a developed India by 2020. About The Author:- Prof. (Dr.) S.M. Paul Khurana, former Vice Chancellor, Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur (2004-2009) and retired Director, Central Potato Research Institute, Shimla (2002-2004), is presently the Director, Amity Institute of Biotechnology, Amity University, Uttar Pradesh, Noida. Having a distinguished academic record, Dr. Khurana had post-doctoral research work in Japan (2 yrs) and USA (1 yr); with 40 yrs of research/ teaching/ management experience, has published over 130 papers in national & international journals, and also author/editor of many research bulletins and books. A recipient of many awards and honours like IPS Mundkur Memorial Award/Gold Medal (1992) for his immunodiagnostics work, CPRI-Golden Jubliee. Outstanding Achievements Award (2002), Dr. S.Ramanujam Award (2003) for potato R & D, Dr. S. Radhakrishnan International Award (2006) for Excellence in Higher Education Management etc.Professor (Dr.) Pradeep K. Singhal is an accomplished academician with more than 30 years of experience and varied exposure to Indian Higher Education sector. An illustrious alumnus of Agra University, Agra and Dr. Harisingh Gour University, Sagar, he is presently Head of the Department of Biological Science, R.D. University, Jabalpur. He is an excellent researcher with specialization in Environmental Microbiology and Biostatistics. He maintains an intimate interaction with leading Indian regulatory bodies for higher education such as National University of Education Planning and Administration, and National Assessment and Accreditation Council, to help assess/evaluate the quality and standards of the institutions for higher education. Contents:- Contents, Preface (vii), Forward (ix), 1 :— INFRASTRUCTURE, NORMS AND STANDARDS, 1. Quality and Management of Higher Education in, India ------------------------------------------------------------------ 19, H.P. Dikshit, 2. Governance in Indian Universities: Paper to Practice. 57, S.P. Thyagarajan, 3. Higher Education in India: Issues and Challenges. 75, C.P.S. Chauhan, 4. Higher Education in India: Envisioning a Future. 91, K.K. Panda, 2 :— ACCREDITATION AND QUALITY AUDIT, 5. Quality Assurance through Professional, Development of Teachers. 107, P. Ramalingam, 6. Accreditation and Quality Audit. 121, N.K. Jain, 7. Higher Education: Quality and Management in the, Age of Great Depression II. 131, R.M. Mathew, 3 :— COMPETENCE AND LEADERSHIP, DEVELOPMENT, 8. Mentoring: Paradigm Shift in Academic Leadership. 141, D. George, 9. Empowering the Young Minds. 171, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, 4 :— GLOBALIZATION, INNOVATION AND, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, 10. Globalization of Education: Threat or Opportunity, Lessons from Innovations at Gujarat University. 185, Parimal H. Trivedi, 11. Knowledge Management: Emerging Perspectives. 191, P.N. Singh, 12. Higher Education and Globalization. 203, Panjab Singh, Re-engineering and Refor. Seller Inventory # 9788121210584

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Singh M.S.

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Annpurana Nautiyal, Himanshu Bourai

ISBN 10: 8121211522 ISBN 13: 9788121211529

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About this Item: 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. 284 About The Author:- Dr. (Mrs.) Annpurna Nautiyal is a Professor and Head of the Department of Political Science, HNB Garhwal University Srinagar, Garhwal, Uttarakhand. Presently she is also the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Coordinator of the UGC-SAP DRS programme sponsored by the University Grants Commission, New Delhi. She is also the Chairperson of the University Women Cell. She was a Fulbright visiting professor at the Department of Public and International Affairs, George Mason University, Fairfax Virginia in 2006. Although, her basic area of interest is international relations, but she also has a keen interest in the regional and national issues, and in particular the problem of women empowerment in the hill areas of Uttarakhand. Professor Nautiyal has published several articles in reputed journals and authored/ edited five books which include: The Role of Henry Kissinger in World Politics (1987), India in the New World Order (1995) Uttarakhand in Turmoil (1996) Fifty Years of Human Rights: Expectations and Challenges (2002) and Challenges to India's Foreign Policy in the New Era (2006) Dr. Himanshu Bourai (MS) (b.1960), M.A.,M.Phil, Ph.D. from Rajasthan University, Jaipur, is currently professor in Political Science at Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University, Srinagar (Uttarakhand). She has participated in many social welfare study activities. Her area of interest is Gandhian thought and women empowerment but she is a keen watcher of regional issues also. She has a number of research papers to her credit in various National and International Journals. Dr. Bourai has authored and edited five books entitled Gandhi and Modern Indian Liberals in English, Gandhian Philosophy and New World Order, Global Poverty, Terrorism and Peace, Women Participation in Natural Resource Management, Gandhi:Udarvadi Virasat (in Hindi). Prof. Bourai is former President of Indian Society of Gandhian Studies (2004 and 2005) and at present General Secretary of the PUCL Uttarakhand. Contents:- Contents, Preface 7, Introduction 11, List of Contributors 37, 1. Framing the Discourse on Decentralised Governance, and Women’s Empowerment 43, Kumud Sharma, 2. Democracy Accentuates Decentralisation 52, I.D. Mishra, 3. Decentralised Governance and Women: Special, Reference to Panchayats in India 62, Himanshu Bourai, 4. Gender Equality in Islam and Muslim Women in, India: An Agenda for Reforms 95, Abdulrahim P. Vijapur, 5. Gender Concerns and Development Debates 105, Bijayalaxmi Nanda, 6. Home Science Education (HSE) for Rural Women, in Uttarakhand 115, Archana Shah, 7. Role of Women in Environmental Conservation, and Management in Uttarakhand 123, B.C. Upreti, 8. The Changing Status and Role of Women in India 133, Jyoti Tiwari, 9. United States Government: Limitations and, Opportunities for Women’s Empowerment 143, Denise Benoit Scott, 10. Women’s Participation in Decentralised Governance in, Garhwal Himalayas: A Case Study of Uttarakashi, District 161, Annpurna Nautiyal, 11. Empowering Hill Women for Sustainable, Livelihoods and Natural Resources Management:, A Case Study of Opportunities and Issues of, Governance in Garhwal Himalayas 184, R.K. Maikhuri and Shalini Dhyani, 12. Role and Significance of Women Representatives, in Panchayats in Garhwal Himalayas: A Case, Study 198, Prashant Kandari, 13. Decentralised Governance, Empowerment of, Women and Village Development: The Road, Ahead 213, R.R. Nautiyal and R. Datta, 14. Role of Mahila Samakhya in Empowerment of, Women: A Case Study of Uttarakhand 230, Jaya Pande, 15. Political Participation of Women Legislators:, An Experience of Rajasthan State Assembly 241, Inakshi Chaturvedi, 16. Political Activism of Women in India: Importance, and Problems 256, Rakesh Singh Negi, Index 273 The Title 'Decentralised Governance, Regional Development and Women Empowerment written/authored/edited by Annpurana Nautiyal, Himanshu Bourai', published in the year 2013. The ISBN 9788121211529 is assigned to the Hardc. Seller Inventory # 9788121211529

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Professor Thomas G. Fraser, Dr Monika Aggarwal

ISBN 10: 9351281957 ISBN 13: 9789351281955

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About this Item: 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 260 ABOUT THE BOOK:- This book is based upon an International Conference on 'Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility' held at the Cordia Education Complex, Sanghol, in November 2013 under the auspices of the Lord Rana Foundation Charitable Trust, UK, and the Smt. Jawala Devi Memorial Trust, India. ABOUT THE AUTHOR:- Thomas G. Fraser MBE is Emeritus Professor of History at Ulster University, United Kingdom, and former Provost of its Magee campus. He has published widely on India, the Middle East, American foreign policy and the Northern Ireland peace process. He is a Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society, Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Monika Aggarwal, MBA, M.Com, Ph.D from Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, is Securities and Exchange Board of India certified financial trainer. She has completed FDP from IIMB, Bangalore and ISB, Mohali. She is recipient of Dr S. Radhakrishnan Post Doctoral Fellowship UGC, New Delhi. She had been working as Professor at Cordia Group of Educational Institutes, Sanghol, India. CONTENTS:- Foreword – Lord Diljit Rana 5 Preface 7 Special Communication: Business Ethics and 9 Corporate Social Responsibility Urmil Verma Introduction and Acknowledgements 15 List of Contributors 21 1. Lala Lajpat Rai and the Pursuit of National Education: Lala Lajpat Rai Memorial Lecture 23 Professor Thomas G. Fraser 2. Corporate Social Responsibilities and Business Ethics 33 Dr Harish Kumari 3. Ancient Wisdom and Business Ethics 43 Dr Vaneeta Rani and Dr Kusum Gupta 4. Dream of an Ethical Society and the Dilemma of Capitalism 59 Dr Sheojee Singh 5. Faith and Spirituality in an Increasingly Global Business Environment 73 Renu Kalra and Rakhi J. Singh 6. Integration of Ancient Wisdom with Modern Ethics in Business Scenario 89 Rashmi Kamra and Gaurav Vij 7. Business Ethics and Gender Discrimination in Indian Industry 111 Shivani Setia and Ritu Kalra 8. Economic Crisis and Corporate Social Responsibility 129 Inderjeet Kaur 9. CSR and the Indian Corporate Sector 145 Manmeet Kaur and Punpreet Kaur 10. Understanding the Ethical Context of Organisations: Strategies to Improve 161 Dr Simranjit Kaur and Monika Sharma 11. The Relevance and Role of Professional Ethics in Teaching 173 Taruna Narang and Nidhi Palta 12. Adopting Sustainable and Eco-friendly Mechanisms of Human Development 183 Dr Anurag Sankhian 13. Environmental Protection Vis-a-Vis Sustainable Development-A Global Challenge 199 Amit Kashyap and Shashi Bala Kashyap 14. Plausible Linkage between Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Tourism: A Qualitative Study of Tourism Business Units in Himachal Pradesh 211 Arun Sharma 15. Rural Tourism as a Medium for Local Development in Himachal Pradesh: The Example of Villages around Dharamshala (Kangra) 229 Amit Katoch and Dr Prashant Kumar Gautam Index 247 The Title 'Ethics Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility in India Issues and Perspectives written/authored/edited by Professor Thomas G. Fraser, Dr Monika Aggarwal', published in the year 2016. The ISBN 9789351281955 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 260 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publications. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Sociology. Language: English. Seller Inventory # 9789351281955

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Kamal Kant Misra/Mohammad Rehan/Ravindra K Gupta

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About this Item: 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. 356 India’s cultural heritage is rich and diverse due to its civilizational past. It is represented by thousands of monuments, temples and other works of art, such as paintings, sculptures and handicrafts found across the length and breadth of this country. Besides these tangible heritages are the less visible forms of cultural heritages, pertaining to oral traditions, aesthetic and religious beliefs, rituals and festivals, arts, music, folk traditions, dances, theatre forms, performing arts and narrative styles of storytelling. They are the insignia of the rich and diverse, multi-cultural, multi–linguistic cultural heritage of India. These are also called traditional expressions and include oral literature, music, dance, games, mythology, rituals, costumes and crafts. Sometimes the cultural spaces, such as sites for story-telling, rituals and festivals, market places, where traditional cultural activities take place, are also included under the intangible cultural heritage.Quick and easy access to information is vital to the development of varies fields of Knowledge. Therefore, it is essential that relevant information be brought to the attention of the professional, administrators, and researchers who have urgent need of it. In this respect, bibliography plays an important role. There was a time in the past, when it was possible to a scholar to keep himself up to date and well informed on current literature in his field of interest. But due to the increase in the amount of literature available, it has become more and more difficult for him to do so. But for bibliography even a scholar faced with such a vast amount of literature would lose his way, wasting much time before he is able to read even a part of what he is required to study. Much has been written on the Religious practices, and the related fields and the references are many and distributed over numerous journals, monographs, memoirs, Internet database and other publications that are not easily accessible to research workers and the seekers of information. Keeping in view these facts, it has been considered useful to compile a bibliography available. This bibliography on ‘Intangible cultural heritage of India: a selected bibliography. Vol. I: Indian religious practices aimed at covering scholarly literature on concerned and related fields. We sincerely hope that this bibliography would be useful for Scientists, research scholars, Anthropologists, and other personnel related with this field. About The Author:- Profile of Prof. Kamal K. MisraDr. Kamal K. Misra is Professor of Anthropology at the Central University of Hyderabad and is currently on deputation to the Government of India as Director of Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya, Bhopal. He is also holding the additional charge of Director, Anthropological Survey of India, Kolkata. He had his education at Utkal University, Bhubaneswar; Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi; and University of Kent at Canterbury (U.K.). He was the recipient of Utkal University Gold Medal, Commonwealth Academic Staff Fellowship and Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Award. He was also Visiting Guest Researcher at the University of Bergen in Norway. He had earlier taught at Utkal University, Bhubaneswar and at Austin College, Sherman, Texas (USA). Dr. Misra’s research interests include Environmental Anthropology, Anthropological Linguistics, Theory in Anthropology, and Museum Anthropology. He has written/edited/co-edited 9 books and has published more than 50 research papers in journals of repute and anthologies. He is editor of Humankind and Journal of Anthropological Survey of India, and on the editorial advisory boards of several professional journals. Mohammad Rehan (b. 1974: Bhopal) Library and Information Assistant, Indira Gandhi Rastriya Manav Sangrahalaya, Bhopal has a Master Degree in Library and Information Science from Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, Sagar and M.P. Bhoj Open University, Bhopal. He also earned Master De. Seller Inventory # 9788121211888

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Kamal Kant Misra/Mohammad Rehan/Ravindra K Gupta

ISBN 10: 8121211891 ISBN 13: 9788121211895

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About this Item: 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. 357 Realizing the importance of intangible cultural heritages of India and their documentation, Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya has undertaken the task of preparing selective bibliographies on various aspects of intangible cultural heritages to facilitate scholars and researchers in their pursuit of knowledge. It is proposed to be a multi-volume exercise due to enormous literature available on the subject. Volume II incorporates ethno-medical practices in India. Subsequent volumes on other aspects of intangible cultural heritage of India would follow these volumes soon.There was a time in the past, when it was possible to a scholar to keep himself up to date and well informed on current literature in his field of interest. But due to the increase in the amount of literature available, it has become more and more difficult for him to do so. But for bibliography even a scholar faced with such a vast amount of literature would lose his way, wasting much time before he is able to read even a part of what he is required to study. Much has been written on the Ethno-medicines, and the related fields and the references are many and distributed over numerous journals, monographs, memoirs, Internet database and other publications that are not easily accessible to research workers and the seekers of information. Keeping in view these facts, it has been considered useful to compile a bibliography available. This bibliography on ‘Intangible cultural heritage of India: a selected bibliography. Vol. II: Ethno-medicines in India aimed at covering scholarly literature on concerned and related fields. We sincerely hope that this bibliography would be useful for Scientists, research scholars, Anthropologists, and other personnel related with this field. About The Author:- Profile of Prof. Kamal K. MisraDr. Kamal K. Misra is Professor of Anthropology at the Central University of Hyderabad and is currently on deputation to the Government of India as Director of Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya, Bhopal. He is also holding the additional charge of Director, Anthropological Survey of India, Kolkata. He had his education at Utkal University, Bhubaneswar; Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi; and University of Kent at Canterbury (U.K.). He was the recipient of Utkal University Gold Medal, Commonwealth Academic Staff Fellowship and Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Award. He was also Visiting Guest Researcher at the University of Bergen in Norway. He had earlier taught at Utkal University, Bhubaneswar and at Austin College, Sherman, Texas (USA). Dr. Misra’s research interests include Environmental Anthropology, Anthropological Linguistics, Theory in Anthropology, and Museum Anthropology. He has written/edited/co-edited 9 books and has published more than 50 research papers in journals of repute and anthologies. He is editor of Humankind and Journal of Anthropological Survey of India, and on the editorial advisory boards of several professional journals. Mohammad Rehan (b. 1974: Bhopal) Library and Information Assistant, Indira Gandhi Rastriya Manav Sangrahalaya, Bhopal has a Master Degree in Library and Information Science from Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, Sagar and M.P. Bhoj Open University, Bhopal. He also earned Master Degree in Botany with specialization in Forest Ecology from Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, Sagar. Previously he worked as an Assistant Professor in Rajeev Gandhi College, affiliated with Barkatullah University, Bhopal. He is also in the Guest faculty in Department of Library and Information Science, Madhya Pradesh Bhoj Open University (MPBOU), Bhopal and Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), Bhopal center. He is the life member of MP Library Association (MPLA). President of the Young Librarians Association [YLA] and the Sub-Editor of the Journal of the Young Librarians Association He has attended many conference and seminars at regional and national level. Ravindra K. Gupta (b. 1975: Jhansi) did his B. Seller Inventory # 9788121211895

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Nilima Bhagabati and Hemlata Talesra

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About this Item: Authors Press. Condition: As New. Contents: Vol. I: Preface. Part I. Education for protecting environment: 1. Education for the survival of human race/Dinesh Chandra Baroowa. 2. Education for environmental protection: an Indian perspective/Rana Bijoy Deb. 3. Education for protecting the environment (with special reference to conservation in Laokhawa Wildlife Sanctuary)/Bandana Nabir Das and P.P. Baruah. 4. Responsibility of creating awareness of the environment through education/Nripendra Nath Talukdar. 5. Environmental education in Assam at school level: an evaluation of the present status/Kumud Ch. Goswami. 6. Environmental education/Kaberi Saha. 7. Role of technical education for protecting the environment/S. Borgohain Gogoi. 8. Education for protection the environment/Madhuri S. Isave. 9. Education for protecting the environment/Mrigakhi S. Hazarika. 10. Education for protecting environment/K.M. Pathak. II. Education for the sustainable economic development: 11. Education and the creation of human capital in a globalised economy/Nissar A. Barua. 12. Organisational climate of colleges for growth of professionalism among the agriculture, home science and veterinary students in Assam for better prospects/M.M. Bora amd K.K. Saharia. 13. Vocational education and machinery breakdown insurance-problems for India/Porag Kalita. 14. Education in developing entrepreneurial skills/Ajanta Borgohain Rajkonwar. 15. Incorporating life skills in the current education system/M. Gangotri Mehta. 16. Peer Network + Personal Computer = Supercomputer/A.K. Borah and A.P. Chown. III. Education for learning to live together: 17. Education, humanism and global community/Falguni Desai. 18. Teaching foreign languages for learning to live together/Wasef Marashdeh. 19. Education for learning to live together/Paul Devanesan. 20. Special education of children with Cerebral Palsy (Special Reference to Schools of Guwahati)/Pallabi Sarmah and Layla Zulekha Islam. IV. Education of youths for a better world: 21. Educating youths for a better world/Dipti Choudhury. 22. Educating youths morally for a better world/Sunita Agarwalla. 23. Religiosity and Mental Health of University Youth in Iran/Ali A.J. Taghi. V. Education for international understanding: 24. Education for international understanding/Shobha Sarmah. 25. Education and international understanding/B.C. Patil. 26. Education for international understanding/Bhaswati Barua Das. 27. Relevance of education for international understanding/A. Henia. VI. Value education for the survival of human race: 28. Value education through spiritual organisations/Rani Mudiar Deka. 29. Value-based education in the Upanishads/Mukta Biswas. 30. Dharma-oriented education: remedy for cultural crisis/Vibha Upadhyaya. 31. The teacher and value education/Shailja Singh. VII. Education for peace: 32. Education and peace: Swami Vivekananda/Pranita Devi. 33. Role of spiritual education in the establishment of peace/Amalend Chakraburty. 34. A paradigm of education for promoting a culture of peace/Umesh Prasad Khadenga. 35. Education for peace/Md. Abdul Mazid Mandal. 36. Education for peace/Rosemary B. Choudhury. VIII. Education for human rights: 37. Education for learning to live together: an approach to human rights and their protection/Jagat Swargiary. 38. Hegemonic world and education for human rights/Akhil Ranjan Dutta. 39. Promoting human rights: global and national efforts/Manoj Kumar. 40. Right to education and human rights education: need of the hour/Bhaskar A. Yarroju. 41. Education for human rights/Deendayal. 42. Educational need for protection, conservation and restoration of the present degraded environment for the survival of human race: an overview/Md. Azad Ali. 43. Indian constitution in the light of universal declaration of human rights/Jasprit Kaur Soni. IX. Education for promoting women empowerment: 44. Education for promoting women empowerment/M. Syamala. 45. Status and empowerment of women in educational leadership/Hemlata Talesra. 46. Education fo. Seller Inventory # 50263

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Ravindra Pratap Singh

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About this Item: Rajesh. Condition: As New. Contents: Introduction. 1. Environmental problems and a viable remedy/L. Achaw Singh. 2. Environment and development in Third World/Arun Kumar Singh. 3. Effect of trace gases in atmosphere on global temperature/P.C. Nigam. 4. When environmentalism misgoes/R.K. Shyamananda Singh. 5. Ecosystem management/R.K. Shukla. 6. Rare plant resources of Manipur and their conservation/Asha Gupta. 7. Deforestation and shifting cultivation in Manipur/P.S. Yadava, N. Snajay and Th. Bhogen. 8. Impact of Wangjing river on its surrounding area/N. Ram Singh. 9. Environmental education in Manipur/M. Shanti Devi. 10. Science, technology and community/R.K. Gartia. 11. Biodiversity conservation and sustainable agriculture/L. Usharani and Asha Gupta. 12. Soils of Manipur hills: their management for sustainable agriculture/Kailash Gupta. 13. An integrated approach for wetland management/Daisy Angom. 14. Geography and community development programmes/Ch. Shantikumar Singh. 15. Community services in Manipur hills/Th. Nabakumar Singh. 16. Medicinal plants in Manipur/P. Kumar Singh. 17. Women,science and community development/Bimola Devi. 18. Water harvesting for community development/N. Gaganchand Singh. 19. Environmental degradation and ozone problem/H.N.K. Sarma. 20. Population growth and environment in Manipur/R.K. Ranjan Singh. 21. Soil, landuse and conservation/Y. Imo Singh.22. Healthcare planning/R.K. Somorjit Singh. 23. River basin planning for sustainable development/R.A.S. Kushwaha. 24. Biodiversity and ecofreindly insecticides of the future/B. Prasad. 25. Health status of the north-east/ 165 pp. Seller Inventory # 38690

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Vir Bala Aggarwal

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About this Item: Concept. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Foreword/S.K. Gupta. Introduction. Keynote address. I. Contemporary media landscape: 1. Media and social responsibility/Radhye Shyam Sharma. 2. Communication technology and media education/M.R. Dua. 3. Media in conflict situation/Jaishri N. Jethwaney. 4. Dot com journalism/B. K. Kuthiala. 5. Online journalism: strengths and weaknesses/Sheetal Thapar.6. Issues in print and electronic media/Vir Bala Aggarwal. II. Media and development: 7. Development: global civil religion/V.S. Gupta. 8. Media and rural poverty alleviation programmes/M.M. Goel. 9. Rural development and media strategy/R.S. Dalal. 10. Language press and national development/Vir Bala Aggarwal. 11. Coverage of health and nutrition issues in National Dailies/Saroj Dahiya. 12. Medical journalism: emergence of a new genre/ Ravi K. Dhar, Sheetal Thapar and Geetu Sharma. 13. Media and literacy movement in India: some critical issues/Suresh Chand and Kulwinder Singh. 14. Media and environmental awareness/A.B. Aggarwal. 15. Ethical dimensions in Indian advertising/Kishore C. Raut. 16. Language Press in India: a case study of Oriya newspapers/Sunil K. Behera. List of participants. Index. " The book has grown out of the papers presented at the National Seminar on Media and Society: challenges and opportunities, organised by the department of journalism and mass communication, Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla, in October 2000. A large number of distinguished scholars from all over the country, several of them with life time devotion to the profession, faculty members from universities and media 168 pp. Seller Inventory # 44645

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About this Item: National Atlas and Thematic, Kolkata, 2003. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Plenary Session I and II 1. Atlas cartography some old thoughts and new vistas/S.P. Dasgupta. 2. Thematic mapping in disaster management/Nikhilesh Das. 3. Environment vis a vis natural resources appraisal/Dipak Sarkar. 4. Emerging dimensions of regional development planning/C.R. Pathak. 5. The Indian Census INFO application in the advancement of geography and cartography/B.K. Roy. 6. Concepts of slope development as applied to the slopes of Yamuna and Chambal Ravines in Agra district a discussion/Chandra Bhan. 7. Recent trends in teaching of geography/S.K. Munshi. II. Special lecture 1. Changing dimensions of geography/Pijushkanti Saha. III. Technical session I Geographical thoughts 1. Teaching of geography in the Indian universities/H.S. Gupta. 2. Cartographic education in India past present and future/Tapati Mukhopadhyay. 3. The contribution of positivism in geographical thought/Ilina Nag. 4. Prof. S.P. Chatterjee his thought in applied geomorphology/Baisakhi Sarkar. 5. Greek knowledge of geography in ancient time/Pradip Kr. Adhikary and Lalta Ram. IV. Technical session II Environment Resource Monitoring and their Appraisal 1. Recent trends in applied geography/N.K. Dey. 2. Environmental impact analysis of the island of Lakshadweep/Mita Chakraborty. 3. Impact on environment on the culture and distribution of the ethnic groups in Sikkim an ecological appraisal/Sanchita Ghatak. 4. An appraisal of agricultural resource in Sultanpur district/J.P. Singh. V. Technical session III Regional development and urban change 1. Civic amenities index mapping an approach to the assessment of the distribution of social infra structure/M. Guria and U.K. Mandal. 2. Structure of employment and levels of development of Uttar Pradesh/Farasat Ali Siddiqui. 3. A perspective on the changing levels of urbanisation in the North East Region of India 1961 2001/S. Ray Kumam. 4. On conditions development discrimination and dissensions/Pranab Kr. Roy. 5. Levels of agricultural development in Medinipur district of West Bengal/Nivedita Roy Barman. 6. Performance of Indian agriculture/Dulali Biswas and Rita Saha. VI. Technical session IV Atlas cartography/thematic cartography 1. Thematic cartography challenges and response/G.K. Dutta. 2. Population mapping a cartographic challenge/Himanshu R. Betal. 3. Quest for national policy in biodiversity/Ranjan Basu. 4. Map of changing landuse a portrait of changing cultural landscape/Archana Dutta. 5. Importance of correct place names in cartography/B.P. Singh. 6. Role of thematic mapping in census/J.P. Rout. 7. Symoblisation in thematic cartography with reference to Tourist Atlas of West Bengal/Utpal Chakraborty and Mitra Kumar. 8. Structure of Indian Ocean Atlas a challenge in thematic mapping/R.K. Dhabai and A.K. Malik. VII. Technical session V Environmental issues 1. Land degradation in Jharkhand an environmental issue/Tushar Bhattacharya and Amal Kumar Sen. 2. Rainfall characteristics at Pune/N.M. Patil R.G. Rasal and S.N. Dalimbe. 3. People perception environmental issue a study in the North Sikkim Himalaya/S. Gangopadhyay. 4. Soil erosion in Bah and Pahinat development blocks an environmental issue/Rajendra Prasad. 5. Geo environmental hazards an appraisal and mapping for proper monitoring and management a case study of Kolkata metropolis/Umesh Prasad. 6. Integration of old and new techniques of water utilization and conservation in South Western Districts of West Bengal some issues and suggestions/Giyasuddin Siddique. VIII. Technical session VI Application of remote sensing and GIS techniques in the development of geography 1. Regional development planning and urban change monitoring through high resolution Ikonos data and advanced mapping solutions/V.M. Rao. 2. Physiography of upper Subarnarekha watershed a remote sensing approach for soil resource mapping/Deo Sharan Singh Dipak Sarkar A.K. Sahoo and S. Das. 3. Inter disciplinary contribution for the development of geography using GIS in I. Seller Inventory # 56299

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M S Singh

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About this Item: Adhyayan, Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. The role of teachers training institutions towards community/D.R. Singh. 2. Present scenario of educational research/Maya Shankar Singh. 3. National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) an instrument for quality improvement/R.N. Lal. 4. Quality concerns in practice teaching/Vijay Jaiswal and S.C. Agarwal. 5. Value education in present perspective/Gayatri Prasad Singh and Sri Brijesh Kumar Mishra. 6. Quality improvement in teacher education/Om Prakash Singh and Ramakant Singh. 7. In service teacher education retrospects and prospects/Rajesh Shukla and Abhishek Singh. 8. Role of NAAC (II National Conference on quality improvement in teacher education)/B. Sharma. 9. Self financing vs. commercialization of teacher education/Harihar Singh. 10. Competency based teacher education/Anjana Srivastava. 11. Making teacher education relevant in an era of globalisation/Shri Niwas Pandey. 12. The changing scenario of teacher education/Kajal Deb. 13. Role of academic staff colleges improving the quality of teacher education/Shashi Bhushan Mishra. 14. In service teacher education retrospects and prospects/Anuja Saluja. 15. Teacher education in India futurological perspective/Usha Mishra and Manju Mishra. 16. NAAC and teachers training programme in India/Veena Singh. 17. Role of NAAC in higher educational institutions/Satyamvada Singh and Abha Singh. 18. Philosophy of teacher education/editors. 19. Accountability in teacher education/editors. 20. Educating teachers for the 21 century/editors. 21. Accountability in teacher education/editors. 22. Teacher education accreditation and appraisal/editors. 23. Place of the teacher/editors. 24. Innovation and experiments in teacher education/editors. 25. Profile of teacher education/K.N. Gupta. 26. Teacher education programme need and reformation/Rajnish Kumar and Pradeep C. Shukla. 27. A study of relationship between creativity and teachers taught/editors. 28. Vocationalisation of education/Maya Shankar Singh. 29. Paradigm shifts due to the communication technology teaching and learning at higher level of distance education/Maya Shankar Singh and Veena Singh. 30. Qualitative paradigm shifting from conventional system to modern approach in distance education/Maya Shankar Singh. 31. Role of teacher's in value education/Maya Shankar Singh. 32. Human rights education pedagogical issues/Maya Shankar Singh. 33. Environmental education concepts need and suggestions/Maya Shankar Singh. 34. Relation of anxiety to intelligence of student teachers/Maya Shankar Singh. 35. Educational technology research innovation and the training college programme/M.S. Singh. Index. Education is a process of human enlightenment and empowerment for the achievement of better and higher quality of life. Unfortunately the professional education of teachers have been completely neglected in the post independence period. By and large training institutions for primary and secondary teachers have remained isolated from the main stream of the academic life of the universities as well as from the daily problem of life. In this collection several suggestions have been given by the eminent teachers and scholars. Simon Tansly the eminent institutions like NCTE and NAAC etc. or also indulged for the betterment of the teacher education who will fulfil the challenges of the 21 century. 190 pp. Seller Inventory # 53718

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S K Tamotia and Vinayshil Gautam

Published by Concept, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8180691918 ISBN 13: 9788180691911

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About this Item: Concept, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. The March of organisational development an interim balance sheet/Nitish R. De. 2. Behavioural science's contribution towards developing effective trainers/C.K. Prahalad. 3. Imitation styles in Indian management/Barun De. 4. Experiences and experiments ISABS and TA/Francis Menezes. 5. Challenges of training in banks/Anil K. Khandelwal. 6. Managing development in the developing countries/S.B.L. Bhardwaj. 7. Training of OD facilitators/Udai Pareek. 8. Emerging perspectives in organisational development Indian experience/Dharni P. Sinha. 9. Select paradigms of management in India and the Indian value system/Vinayshil Gautam. 10. Transfer of technology from lab to land/Devendra Kumar. 11. Training functions in India/Mirza S. Saiyadain. 12. HRD needs for employment oriented education/T.V. Rao. 13. Management training development an evaluation approach/B.R. Virmani. 14. Beyond skills training for values/M.B. Athreya. 15. Training perspectives newer concepts and methodologies/R.P. Billimoria. 16. Rethinking HRD the context of strategic environment/Y.R.K. Reddy. 17. Individual training vs. Group training/P.N. Singh. 18. Evaluation of management training and development programme of Guinness Nigeria PLC/M.A. Ogunu. 19. Women entrepreneurs of Uttaranchal/Padma Iyer. Index. This is a pioneering effort in creating an anthology of writings in management by leading practitioners of the profession. The anthology spans a period of over 3 decades. Each text is a unique contribution to the growth of management literature dated at the point of time it was written. (Some of them are valid even today an approach being demonstrated). The volume put together is an example of longitudinal thinking as produces a rich compendium of history of ideas as documented through publications in Indian Journal of Training and Development (IJTD). This is one of the rare volumes which is simultaneously a collectors items and yet of common interest. 262 pp. Seller Inventory # 55201

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B D Sharma

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About this Item: Anmol. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Man and environment: a philosophical perspective/R.M.Shiri. 2. Forests and wildlife diversity: an ecological link between man and nature/Rajiv K. Sinha. 3. Pesticide pollution by man: threats and remedies/B.A. Nagasampagi. 4. Natural History Museums and environmental education/S.M. Nair. 5. Sheep Resources Development Programme in Jammu and Kashmir/S.B. Bakshi & S.C. Gupta. 6. Study of river pollution control in Eastern Uttar Pradesh/Ramanand Yadav & B.B. Lal Pande. 7. Man and environmental hazards/A.K. Koul. 8. Environmental issues related to Sarda Sahayak Irrigation Canal Project of Eastern Uttar Pradesh/Ramanand Yadav. 9. Marine Environmental Impact Assessment of Tidal Power Project in Gulf of Kachchh (Gujarat State)/Ramanand Yadav & B.B. Lal Pande. 10. Environmental Impact Assessment of Tehri Dam Project/Ramanand Yadav & J.B. Singh. 11. Sardar Sarovar Project: some environmental aspects/Ramanand Yadav & B.B. Lal Pande. 12. Eco-friendly technology for sustainable development/R. Yadav & B.B. Lal Pande. 13. The national forest policy for India/B.D. Sharma. 14. Forest stroll therapy/B.D. Sharma. 15. Impact of Mountain Tourism on Himalayan Environment/Ramanand Yadav. 16. Effect of grazing on the producer compartment in the temperate grazinglands of Central Himalaya/J.P. Darmora, K.S. Negi & A.B. Bhatt.17. Landslide: a mountainous geological hazard affecting environment/Rajinder Singh Didwal. 18. Himalayan food plants and animals for jungle and snow survival of defence personnel/S.M. Das. Index. "There is an integral relationship of 212 pp. Seller Inventory # 43552

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S. Murthy (ed)

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About this Item: RBSA, India. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. Keynote. I. Policy decisions for agriculture: 1. Indian agriculture in the new world order/N.L. Idanani K.K. Dubey & R.B. Singh. 2. New economic policy implications for Indian agriculture with a world view/Bipin Beohar and R.K. Khare. 3. Pragmatic agricultural land and marketing policy for tribal areas/M.L. Patel. 4. Economic impact of crop production technology in M.P. : problems and prospects (A case study)/G.P. Agrawal M.G. Nema and R.K. Khare. 5. Impact of communication on agricultural productivity and cost benefit (with special reference to knowledge and adoption of new technology in wheat production)/M.G. Nema. 6. Economic importance of oilseeds production technology : new agricultural policy (with special reference to their problems and prospects)/R.K. Khare M.G. Nema and G.P. Agrawal. 7. Agricultural price support and food security policy/P.K. Mishra N.K. Raghuwanshi and R.M. Sahu. 8. Agriculture industry interface and policy issues in new world order/K.K. Dubey and G.P. Saraf. II. Policy decisions for industry and trade: 9. Indian industrial policy in the context of new world order/A.K. Sarwagi and R.M. Sahu. 10. India's foreign trade pattern and policy/Subodh Pande. 11. Trade policy practices in the context of new world order : with special reference to world trade organisation/Amitash Shukla. 12. India's fiscal imbalance and the new world order fiscal approach/R.K. Khare D.N. Tiwari and B.B. Beohar. 13. Management of foreign exchange rate and full convertibility of Indian rupee on capital account for integration with the World Economic Order/O.S. Shrivastava. III. Policy decisions for educational and public health: 14. Education policy for new world order/S. Parihar and V.P. Mishra. 15. Health policy for the new world order/Gulnar K. Sharma. 16. Public health expenditure in the new world order : assessment of India's perspectives and policies/H.N. Guru. 17. Economic development public health and environment policy/S. Murty. IV. Policy decisions for rural development: 18. Policy options for rural infrastructure : shelter for the shelterless/V. Madhav Rao. 19. Policy options for infrastructure development rural roads/R.R. Hermon. 20. Policy options for bio energy programme implementation : an analysis of China's bio energy programme : lessons for India/Jacob George. Policy decisions for the new world order : is a compilation of 20 papers by 25 academicians on different policy perspectives in the changing world economic scenario. The main aspects taken into account are agricultural policy industrial policy trade policy foreign exchange policy fiscal policy education policy health policy environment policy rural development policy rural infrastructure development policy rural roads rural housing and bio energy programme policies. The book has a key note by eminent economist Dr. A.C. Minocha. The book will be useful to the students and teachers of economics commerce and management. It will also be useful to the academicians politicians and administrators viz. the policy makers the policy takers the policy implementators and the policy affected strata of the society. Seller Inventory # 274

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Surendra Singh; D K Nayak and B S Mipun

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About this Item: GSNEHR, Shillong, 2003. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Presidential Address Environmental management locational decisions and regional planning/Som Pal. I. Locational systems 1. Compilation and multicriterial ranking of optimal decentralized scenarios for locating solid waste management facilities at the region of Peloponesse in Southern Greece/A. Karagianidis G. Perkoulidis and N. Moussiopoulos. 2. Model for competitive location with foresight/F. Plastria. 3. Optimisation of rural energy systems in the Shivalik Hills of Haryana India/H.D. Venema P.H. Calamai and K. Ponnambalam. 4. Locational characteristics of quality of life in Dimapur Area Nagaland/M.L. Ngullie and S.K. Mishra. II. Regional development and planning 1. Ecosystem approach to sustainable regional and local development a Swadeshi model for ecological renaissance of India/C.B.S.R. Sharma and K. Ilangovan. 2. Level of road development variation in India a factor analysis approach/B. Kanaga Durai Neelam Jain P.K. Jain and I.P. Rao. 3. Use of trip utility index in regional transport planning an experimental study from the state of Assam/A.P. Mahanta and R.D. Mahanta. 4. Inter sectoral linkages in the economy for Uttar Pradesh a graph theoretic approach/N. Srivastav. 5. Regional disparities of industrial development in India an evaluative note/Josojit Dey. 6. Population agriculture relationship a case study in the Jorhat District Assam/B. Borah. 7. Emerging crop combination regions in Arunachal Pradesh a note/Damodar Panda. III. Use of remotely sensed data and GIS for resource management 1. Soil resources management in Hirakud irrigation command of Baragarh District Orissa/S. Devi P. Mishra A.K. Mahapatra P.K. Pagoda and G. Behera. 2. Landuse/landcover detection mapping and identification of shifting cultivation areas of Tirap District/B.S. Mipun and A. Saikia. IV. City environment and public health 1. An appraisal of the geo environment of Greater Shillong in Meghalaya Plateau/L. Cajee R.R.B.R. Thabah P. Thapa and P. Dev Burman. 2. Universalization of primary education a case study on the achievement level of tea garden community in Assam India/J. Borah M. Gohain and K. Deka. 3. Health pattern of the rural people in Lower Ganga Plain/B.R.K. Sinha. 4. Pattern of drinking water availability and use as determinants in urban planning (a case study of Guwahati City Assam)/N. R. Kalita and D.C. Goswami. 5. Growth and development of residential flats in Bhubaneswar city and its implication to environment/A.K. Acharya. Report on the deliberation of conference. Subject index. There are numerous studies on the application of location allocation procedures for solving the problems of space partitioning and allocating new location for infra structural facilities and obnoxious locations like nodal points of road networking market as well as social facilities of an area location of commercial and economic enterprises and locational provisions of distribution of new agricultural technology search the multi criteria decentralized solid waste management facilities and so on. The problems of locational decision in spatial planning have been recognized in three ways (a) the minimisation of Euclidean distance between facility location and users home on a plane (b) the optimization of multi facility locations and hierarchies which tried to solve by applying integer programming formulations and (c) the network optimization problems which have been attempted to solve by considering inter connected nodes representing transport and communication systems and their dynamic aspects. Optimization of space has now become the main theme of operational researches. The similar problems are cropping up in the newly organised spatial activities in the countries of growing economies where clusters of new activities that are recently emerging nodes and reorientation of local economies in its global perspective are major issues to solve. Present proceedings of the conference include the articles on these aspects and would be immense use f. Seller Inventory # 60076

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M Bavakutty and M C K Veeran

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ISBN 10: 8170003326 ISBN 13: 9788170003328

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About this Item: Ess Ess. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. 1. National information policy issues in the networked environment with references to library co-operation/H.N. Prasad and Shuchita Singh. 2. Library co-operation among the university libraries in a networked environment/Ramesha and R.M. Vatnal. 3. Digitization of information as catalyst in library co-operation for critical comprehensive competenance/N.M. Malwad and M. Anjanappa. 4. Digital libraries in the networked environment in India/G. Devarajan. 5. Digital information services in the networked world: an opportunity for library co-operation/G.Thamarai Selvi. 6. Library co-operation in the digital information services in the networked world/M. Nagarajan and S. Surianarayanan. 7. E- journals in a networked environment: its impact on academic libraries in the digital millennium/J.K. Vijayakumar and Manju Vijayakumar. 8. Consortia approach among the higher education and research libraries in India: a dire need of the hour/J.K. Vijayakumar and M.G. Sreekumar. 9. Impacts of internet and intranet on engineering college libraries/P. Mounissamy and N. Rajendran. 10. Intranet as a web enabling technology for library consortia/M. Paul Pandian and C.R. Karisiddappa. 11. XML: future markup language for web documents/Gireesh Kumar, P. 12. Some aspects in the economics of information/C.A. Augustine. 13. Managing information technology in the networked libraries: issues and strategies/Jyoti Misra. 14. Wireless networking in libraries: a conceptual introduction/Mohamed Haneefa, K. and M. Bavakutty. 15. Collection development and resource 234 pp. Seller Inventory # 39484

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Roshan Lal Raina & I V Malhan

Published by International, Lucknow (2002)

ISBN 10: 8185860793 ISBN 13: 9788185860794

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About this Item: International, Lucknow, 2002. Paperback. Condition: New. Contents: Foreword. Preface. I. Technological perspective: I. Business Libraries and Information Services (BLISs) today: 1. Integrating library and computing services: a new perspective/M. Paul Pandian. 2. New information environment: a challenge for librarianship/Tariq Ashraf. 3. The Net and its Web/Shiva Kanaujia. II. Learning resource development: 4. Fourth generation libraries/Saji Gopinath, Ashok Pathak, Manoj Kumar and M.G. Sreekumar. 5. Smart card applications in libraries and information centres: Indian scenario/Ramesh C. Gaur, Kavita Gaur and Akhtar Hussain. 6.Technology application and management of LICs in ICSSR/Anuradha Kakkar. 7. Knowledge management in business libraries and information centres: changing perspectives in the 21 century/Sanjay Singh, K.L. Mahawar and Himanshu Sharma. III. Information resources : access and retrieval: 8. Electronic resources in management and related areas/Chikkamallaiah Neela and Subbanna. 9. Web search engines: a tool for information retrieval and dissemination/Sangayya S. Sirurmath. 10. Implementing library automation at IIML/M.U. Raja, S.S. Degloorkar and Kavita Dayal. 11. Managing legal information using CDS/ISIS: an experience at SLO's library/Rakesh Srivastava and Awadhesh K. Patel. IV. Consortia approach: 12. Growing interdependence among management libraries in India: does Manlibnet hold the key?/Jitendra Sharma. 13. Library and information support services in medical education in India: a comparative study/P.P. Rawat. 14. Library consortia: towards an action plan/Swati Bhattacharyya. 15. Management of 271 pp. Seller Inventory # 40540

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G.S. Monga (ed)

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ISBN 10: 8176292702 ISBN 13: 9788176292702

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About this Item: Deep & Deep. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Foreword. Preface. Introduction. I. Environment and Economic Development: 1. Environment, growth and development/M.V. Nadkarni. 2. Environment and development in an open economy/Biswajit Chatterjee and Asim Karmakar. 3. Environment and development/S. Murty. 4. The green economics of India/Kumkum Narain and Mira Mridubhashini. 5. Development- environment debate: the developing world perspective with special reference to India/Nirmal Chandra Sahu. 6. Environment and development- some global issues/Rajendra Kumar and R.K. Rana. 7. Environment and development in Indian plans: a note/Prabodh Kumar Jha. 8. Environment and Development : Some issues/K. Ramamurthi. 9. Place and problems of environmental education in India/Shridhar Pandey and Raghavendra Prasad Singh. 10. Environmentally sustainable development: the conceptual framework/R.R. Barthwal. 11. Sustainable environment for sustainable development: can it be achieved in India?/K.C. Roy. 12. Dynamic approach towards environment and development in developing economics: an Indian scenario/S.Y. Patil. 13. Development-environment complimentarity: some emerging issues in strategic management/V.V. Alexander. 14. Natural resources management for sustainable development/Neena. 15. Environment and development: some sound management principles/R. Meenakshi. 16. Environment and inner meaning of development in relation to growth/D.V. Jahagirdar and M.D. Jahagirdar. 17. Environment, sustainable development and women's poverty/Debesh Bhowmik. 18. Environmental perspective of. Seller Inventory # 25271

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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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B Datta Ray and Gurudas Das

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About this Item: Akansha Pub. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. I. Approaches to rural development: 1. Rural development: need for agricultural and small scale industrial development in North-East India/A.K. Agarwal. 2. Rural development in North-East: an overview/Tarun Bikas Lahiri. 3. Dynamics of rural development: a note/Amalesh Banerjee. II. Institutions and participations: 4. The role of Panchayati Raj in rural development/K. Alam and Sazzad Alam. 5. Peoples' participation in rural development in North East India/Gorky Chakraborty. 6. Panchayati Raj in Assam: understanding the politics of democratic decentralisation and rural development/Girin Phukon. 7. Peoples' participation in rural health care programme: insights from three blocks of Kamrup district/Suranjan Sarma. 8. NGO and rural development: a note on YVU of Manipur/Rajmani Singh. III. Industry, entrepreneurship and market: 9. The state of manufacturing in Meghalaya: resource-industry linkages/Gurudas Das. 10. Rural industrial employment in Arunachal Pradesh/B. Panda. 11. Bell metal industry of Assam: problems and prospects/Chayanika Goswami. 12. Small scale industries in Manipur: problems and prospects/G.P. Prasain. 13. Entrepreneurial behaviour: a study of socio-psychological variables in entrepreneurs of Tripura/Anjali Ghosh. 14. Role of periodic markets in rural development: study of a few markets in Meghalaya/Sutapa Sengupta and Susmita Das. IV. Technology, tourism and cooperation: 15. Suitable post harvest technologies for the rural areas/R.K.P. Singh and K.K. Satapathy. 16. Tourism and its potential for rural development in Assam/Prasanta Bhattacharya. 17. Co-operative movement in Meghalaya: its growth, performance and weaknesses/Gurudas Das. 18. Peoples' participation and the functioning of Gaon Panchayat Samabay Samities in Assam/Nripendra N. Sarma. V. Education, gender and poverty: 19. Rural development: an educational perspective/B. Lynden and M.P. Khonglah. 20. Education and social environment among the tea tribes in Assam/Bolin Hazarika. 21. Women and development in rural India/Bhola Nath Ghosh and Utpal Kumar De. 22. Poverty alleviation and rural development in Assam/Prabin Baishya. VI. Reflection on development of North-Eastern region: 23. Rural development: Nagaland experience/Chandrika Singh. 24. Development of North-Eastern region: some issues to ponder/Kishore S. Rajput. 25. Rural development in North-East India: a note/N.N. Bhattacharyya. 26. Rural development: a vision that failed the mission/B.P. Sahu. Index.The North Eastern Region (NER) is predominantly rural and hilly. The topography of the region has largely shaped its economy. The development of the region is intimately associated with the question of rural development. The rural-urban dualism may essentially be seen as the product of the failure of market mechanism. State intervention in favour of the rural sector is thus seen as a sine-qua-non for rural development. This volume takes a look at the development experiences of the various sectors of the rural economy of NER. Issues like people's participation, rural industrialization, marketing, entrepreneurship, tourism, technology, cooperation, education, gender and poverty are analysed in the light of development experiences of NER. The volume deserves the attention of the researchers, policy makers and above all those who concern for the development of NER. 303 pp. Seller Inventory # 50285

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Samar Singh

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About this Item: Shipra Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction. 1. Ecological security issues and challenges/Amrita Patel. 2. Faiths and ecological security/Karan Singh. 3. Dimensions of ecological security/L.M. Singhvi. 4. Governance for ecological security/Ashok Khosla. 5. Policy and planning for ecological security/Shekhar Singh. 6. Gender and ecological security/Vandana Shiva. 7. Livelihoods and ecological security/N.C. Saxena. 8. Lifestyles and ecological security/R. Rajamani. 9. The earth charter and ecological security/Kamla Chowdhry. 10. Human rights and ecological security/J.S. Verma. 11. Globalization and ecological security/Jairam Ramesh. 12. Ecological security backbone of National Food Security/M.S. Swaminathan. 13. Political process and ecological security/Najma Heptulla. 14. Education and ecological security/Erach Bharucha. 15. Institutional framework for ecological security/Dilip K. Biswas. 16. Natural resource management and ecological security/P.S. Ramakrishnan. 17. Media for ecological security/N. Bhaskara Rao. 18. Accounting for ecological security/R.K. Pachauri. The basis and raison d'etre of the concept of Ecological Security lies in the linking of two substantive words ecology and security connoting an ecological condition in safe keeping firmly fastened and guaranteed against minimum loss or damage. Ecology is the science concerned with the relationships among and between organisms and all aspects living as well as non living of their environment. Security stands for that which is safe sure and guaranteed. This volume contains papers based on in depth studies by eminent persons on different aspects of a wide ranging complex and contemporary subject. The book is an essential reading for all those who are concerned about securing a firm and sound foundation for sustainable development. 210 pp. Seller Inventory # 62593

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R.P. Singh, Anita Jhamtani, Premlata Singh and G.A.K. Kumar,

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About this Item: Jain Brothers, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Sustainability of agriculture: the inescapable challenge/R.P. Singh and G.A.K. Kumar. 2. Reinventing extension: incorporating indigenous knowledge into development projects/Anita Jhamtani and G.A.K. Kumar. 3. Short-term benefits: long-term catastrophe/R.P. Singh and Premlata Singh. 4. Traditional resource management and production practices of Himalayan farmers: some examples/Tej Pratap and N.S. Jodha. 5. Agroforestry research and education for sustainable agriculture/A.S. Gill. 6. Relevance of local indigenous animal husbandry and ethnoveterinary practices to livestock development in India/Sagari R. Ramdas and Nitya S. Ghotge. 7. Sustainable development: issues and concerns/Premlata Singh and R.P. Singh. 8. Angami Naga's traditional agriculture/Didar Singh and Y.P. Singh. 9. Traditional technologies in agriculture and allied fields/P.N. Jha. 10. Tribal wisdom in hill farming of eastern Himalayan region/K.A. Singh, R.N. Prasad and K.K. Satapathy. 11. Local knowledge in management of Inshore marine resources and environments/Kenneth Ruddle. 12. Traditional cattle husbandry practices of tribal farmers/R.M. Srivastava and R.P. Singh 'Ratan'. 13. Indigenous farming systems in north east hill region/M. Venugopalan and Narendra Prakash. 14. Traditional technology on the wane: modern technology turning a bane/R.P. Singh and Anita Jhamtani. 15. Crop planning system: identification, integration and dissemination of traditional knowledge/N.K. Saha and S.K. Ghosh. 16. Traditional farm practices of shifting and settled cultivation systems in Manipur/L. Pulamte and A. Ramesh Babu. 17. Traditional wisdom of hill peasantry in Himachal Pradesh/P.K. Dogra, Sant Prakash and U.S. Gautam. 18. Traditional farming in Nagaland: an experience/N.P. Singh. 19. Ancient agricultural practices in hill areas of Manipur/M. Kirti Singh and Asha Gupta. 20. Surangams - a traditional water harvesting system in North Malabar/P. Basak, P.M. Raghavendra Prasad and K.E. Sreedharan. 21. Reviving traditional farming system for sustainable agriculture/Rajiv K. Sinha. 22. Indigenous technical knowledge on dairy farming/S.V.N. Rao and A.W. Van Den Ban. 23. Traditional agriculture of Tamil Nadu/J. Oliver. 24. Traditional system of mango culture over modern techniques/A.V. Ranadive. 25. Tribals indigenous knowledge system for sustainable agro-ecosystem management/R.N. Padaria and R.P. Singh. 26. Indigenous technical knowledge of tribal women of Bihar/Shashi Kanta Varma and Sadhna Tripathi. 27. Indigenous organic practices of Tamil Nadu farmers/N. Loganandhan and Premlata Singh. From the preface: "This book is an effort towards enriching the existing data base on indigenous technical knowledge in agriculture. It contains papers on traditional technologies in agriculture. Most of the papers included in this book have been presented in one or the other national seminar on traditional technologies. A few papers invited from well-known persons in this field have been specially included. The editors hope the book will prove useful to all those directly or indirectly concerned with sustainable development in agriculture.". Seller Inventory # 52079

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M.S. Singh

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M.S. Singh

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About this Item: Adhyayan Publishers & Distributors, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The Environment has always been an issue of heated debates and worry inducing discourses among world Organizations and environmentalists. Global warning, Pollution Loss of wildlife, depletion of Natural resources and Environmental conservation are some of the most persistent problems still rankling the echelons of world powers, and the problems refuse to fade away until drastic This book details the various issues important to the Study of environmental education, the need for putting theoretical studies to practice in view of this particular subject, and instructs Teachers on how to impart environmental values. A compendious book on the issue of environmental education, it is honed that this book fosters enriched learning. Printed Pages: 228. Seller Inventory # 35250

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M.S. Singh

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About this Item: Adhyayan Publishers & Distributors, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Education is a powerful tool Sewing the Purpose of equipping the individual with what is necessary to be a productive member of society. This book analyses the trends, developments and problems Education currently deals with, and examines the future of education within these contexts. It elaborates on the parts voluntary agencies, international organisations and governments have played, and seek to Play still, in the spread of education. The book has been written to analyse the scope and purpose of education in an evolving global environment, where human needs are being constantly redefined. As a result of shrinking distances and faster access to different places, education is becoming increasingly international and as a consequence its challenges and goals are also becoming global in nature. The current challenges posed to education include incorporation of technology, how to determine what Knowledge should be taught which knowledge is relevant, and changes in modes of learning as well as teaching. Printed Pages: 234. Seller Inventory # 35179

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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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Dilip K. Chakrabarti

Published by Aryan Books International (2014)

ISBN 10: 8173055262 ISBN 13: 9788173055263

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About this Item: Aryan Books International, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. 1. Introduction: Does Nation Matter in the Current Ancient Historical and Archaeological Studies in India? 2. Comptroller and Auditor General?s Report on Indian Museum, Victoria Memorial, Asiatic Society, National Library and Kala Bhavan, Visvabharati: How Cultural Institutions Function in Modern India? 3. Who Owns the Indian Past? The Case of the Indus Civilization. 4. Whose Past and Which Past? The Warring Factions of the Ancient Indian Historical Research. 5. The Study of Ancient India: Some Historical and National Considerations. 6.Power, Politics and Ariya Mayai (?Aryan Illusion?) in the Study of Indian History. 7. Amused by Hinduism: The Ancient South Asian World by J.M. Kenoyer and Kimberley Heuston. 8. A Colour-coded Perception of Scholarship? Rita P. Wright and the Study of the Indus Civilization. 9. Cultural Unity of India: The Evidence of Archaeology and Historical Geography. 10. Climate in the Indus Studies: Comments on L. Giosan et al. (2012), Fluvial Landscapes of the Harappan Civilization, in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Environmental Sciences. 11. Upinder Singh (ed.), Rethinking Early Mediaeval India, a Reader, Delhi, 2011: Oxford University Press. 12. R.W. Law, Inter-regional Interaction and Urbanism in the Ancient Indus Valley, a Geologic Provenience Study of Harappan Rock and Mineral Assemblage, Kyoto, 2011: Research Institute for Humanities and Nature. 13. Michel Danino, The Lost River, on the Trail of the Sarasvati, Delhi, 2010: Penguin Books. 14. K.T.S. Sarao, The Decline of Buddhism in India, a Fresh Perspective, Delhi, 2012: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd. 15. Virchand Dharamsey, Bhagwanlal Indraji, the First Indian Archaeologist: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of the Past, Vadodara, 2012: Darshak Itihas Nidhi. 16. Newspaper Columns: 1. It is the Archaeology, Stupid! 2. The West Knows Best? 3. From Indus to India. Appendix. Index. Printed Pages: 312. Seller Inventory # 97830

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Vijaya Deshmukh (Ed.)

Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. (2012)

ISBN 10: 8126916761 ISBN 13: 9788126916764

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Human Resource Development (HRD) is crucial to growth of the individual, the country and the economy. Inculcation of the required skills for employability, creativity, complex process of inquiry and innovation are necessary and need to be embedded in the learning system. Education should produce responsible citizens and people with humanistic values. Emphasis on inclusive and equitable higher education is necessary. Universities in the rural areas need to be reorganized to meet the requirements of the communities, while preserving the traditions and cultures unique to them. Aptitude for entrepreneurship should be cultivated right from the beginning in the university environment. Education should have relevance to the social milieu too and efforts are required to preserve and protect the unique cultures prevalent across the country. Use of modern and digital technologies and blended learning can improve accessibility and enhance the reach of education. New models of education need to be invented that are pragmatic and will build a diverse society. The problems can be overcome with drastic reforms in governance, improving teacher quality and focusing on learning outcomes. In modern India, the governance of universities should adopt modern and tested systems, including reforms in the current examination system. The technological revolution in India is being led by the young population and the country can draw great economic leverage by developing this young human resource with right kind of education and skills. The articles by some of the acclaimed academicians, brought together in this book, highlight the need for academic excellence and access, human resource development, adoption of new technologies, blended learning, leadership qualities, and importance of industry linkages. Contents : Preface?Education Policy and Governance?1. Challenges in the Implementation of Right to Education Act, 29?Saroj Sobti Farwaha and Vandana Malik; 2. Prospects and Global Challenges of Higher Education in India?Misri Lal Verma and Pratima Katiyar (Verma); 3. A Solution for 21st Century Higher Education: Re-engineering??A.P. Sudheer and G. Varaprasad; 4. For-Profit Provision of Higher Education?Mahendra Sodha and Mohd Muzammil; 5. Managing Higher Education: Need for Multi-disciplinary Private Universities?P.V. Gupta and S. Chaturvedi; 6. University Education in the Era of Globalization: Some Challenges?R.B.S. Verma;7. Management Challenges of North East Education?Tapan Kumar Basantia; 8. Indian Universities: Miles to Go Yet!?M.S. Kurhade; 9. Co-Relation between Education and Globalization?Dinesh Kumar Paliwal; 1. Redefining College Administration?M.S. Kurhade?The Technology Effects?11. Acceleration of ICT and ODL Interaction due to Globalisation?Bucherla Murahari and V. Vijaya Kumar; 12. In Search of Online Learning in India?Sohanvir S. Chaudhary; 13. New Technologies for Teaching and Learning in the Information Age?Bucherla Murahari and V. Vijaya Kumar; 14. M-Learning: A Novel Avenue to Erudition?S. Parthiban and B. William Dharma Raja; 15. Blended Learning as a Strategy of Innovation in Education?Sreekala E.; 16. ?Technophobia? Among the Teaching Community?Z. Zayapragassarazan and E. Ramganesh?Total Quality Education?17. Five Suggestions to Improve Quality in Education?Mahabir Singh Dhankhar; 18. Quality Education and Human Development?S.K. Singh; 19. What Ails Quality in College Education??M.S. Kurhade; 2. Accreditation, Assessment and Recognition in the System of Higher Education?Dinesh Kumar Paliwal; 21. Quality Assurance in Examination System: Challenges and Strategies?Sambit K. Padhi; 22. Designing Tests and Evaluation Approaches?A.K. Singh and Surya Rathore; 23. Teacher Stress: An Emerging Area of Research in Teacher Education Institutions?Deepa Sikand Kauts and Minakshi Vig Aggarwal?Perspectives Across Discipli Printed Pages: 336. Seller Inventory # 70067

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Vijaya Deshmukh (Ed.)

Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. (2011)

ISBN 10: 8126915080 ISBN 13: 9788126915088

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Education is the liberating force and agent of social change. Knowledge is now driving the economy. The purpose of education is to develop human resources for the knowledge society. The problems encountered by higher education are related to access, equity and quality. About five times the number of present educational institutions are required to meet the growing demand. Providing quality education is a challenge. We had modern educational institutes in the past but where did we falter? Quality requires leadership, well-designed processes, and continuous improvement. It is not just about quantifying but includes planning, visualizing and creativity. Focus should be more on learning rather than on mere dissemination of knowledge. To confront the ever-changing social, cultural and technological challenges, speed and commitment are needed. A regulatory body to evaluate research and compulsory accreditation is required to ensure quality. Also professionals may be required to run the institutions in order to improve efficiency and access and reduce costs for modernization. While preserving tradition and culture, bringing cutting-edge reforms to suit present times is the need of the hour. The issues related to the trends of rising consumerism and marketing orientation of higher education will be a challenge in future. Ragging in essence is a human rights? abuse and the menace also needs to be dealt with seriously. The book is a collection of articles from intellectuals and academicians on various aspects of education that address some of the important issues that are faced by the institutes of higher learning and suggest reforms necessary to overcome the problems. The major issues highlighted are quality consciousness, financing educational institutions, importance of research, pedagogy, linkages to Industry and other institutions, good governance, use of modern tools, curriculum, inclusive education and the need for intercultural competence. It will prove useful to educationists and all those concerned with improving the quality of education in India. Contents : Preface?The Challenges?1. Higher Education in India: A Reality Check?Radhakanta Gartia and Jagannath Dash; 2. Quality Education: The Hurdles?P. Yenadi Raju; 3. Higher Education Policy in India: Emerging Dichotomies in an Era of International Economic Crisis?K.S. Chalam; 4. Development of India Warrants a Sustainable University-Industry Linkages?G. Raju; 5. Ragging: Encountering the Threat in Higher Education Institutions?Himadri Prasad and Dharmendra Prasad; 6. Financing of Higher Education in Orissa: Issues and Concerns?Kalpalata Patri?Changing Context of Leadership?7. Principal as the Institutional Godhead?M.S. Kurhade; 8. Academic Administration: Leadership through Modern Management Trends?P.K. Dutta?Quality Crisis?9. Quality Crisis in Higher Education in India?Shailja Singh; 1. Comprehensive Assessment of Student Competencies at Undergraduate Level: An Outline Model?K.V. Ramana Rao?Research Paradigm?11. Centre to Centre Approach to Facilitate Trans-disciplinary Research: New Institutional Design Framework?Hester du Plessis and Vijaya Deshmukh; 12. A Sine Qua Non for Action Researches in Higher Education?B. William Dharma Raja?Pedagogy Reforms?13. Reform in Pedagogy Through Total Quality Management (TQM)?Usha Kumar; 14. Teaching and Learning as a Communication Act at Tertiary Level Education: An Ignored Pedagogical Dimension?Ch. A. Rajendra Prasad; 15. Environmental Influence on Content and Delivery of Curriculum: A Case Study of Banking Sector Reforms?M.R. Sholapur and Y.G. Baligatti; 16. Efficacy of Metacognition and Reading Comprehension in Higher Education?E. Ramganesh and S. Raja Soundara Pandian; 17. Working for Excellence in Teacher Education?S.D. Singh; 18. Efficiency of Education as a Discipline?Manisha Mohanty; 19. A Plea for Scientif Printed Pages: 401. Seller Inventory # 70402

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B. Datta Ray,Gurudas Das

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About this Item: Akansha Publishing House, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: New. The North Eastern Region (NER) is predominantly Rural and hilly. The Topography of the region has largely shaped its economy. The development of the region is intimately associated with the question of rural development. The rural-urban dualism may essentially be seen as the Product of the Failure of market mechanism. State intervention in favour of the rural sector is thus seen as a sine-qua-non for rural development. This volume takes a look at the development experiences of the various sectors of the rural Economy of NER. Issues like people`s participation, rural industrialization, marketing, entrepreneurship, tourism, technology, cooperation, education, Gender and Poverty are analysed in the light of development experiences of NER. The volume deserves the attention of the researchers, policy makers and above all those who concern for the development of NER. Table of Contents Preface I. APPROACHES TO RURAL DEVELOPMENT : 1. Rural Development : Need for Agricultural and Small Scale Industrial Development in North-East India/A .K. Agarwal 2. Rural Development in North-East : An Overview/Tarun Bikas Lahiri 3. Dynamics of Rural Development : A Note/Amalesh Banerjee II. Institutions AND PARTICIPATIONS : 4. The role of Panchayati Raj in Rural Development/K. Alam and Sazzad Alam 5. Peoples? Participation in Rural Development in North East India/Gorky Chakraborty 6. Panchayati Raj in Assam : Understanding the Politics of Democratic Decentralisation and Rural Development/Girin Phukon 7. Peoples? Participation in Rural Health Care Programme : Insights from Three Blocks of Kamrup District/Suranjan Sarma 8. Ngo and Rural Development : A Note on YVU of Manipur/Rajmani Singh III. INDUSTRY, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND MARKET : 9. The State of Manufacturing in Meghalaya : Resource-industry Linkages/Gurudas Das 10. Rural Industrial Employment in Arunachal Pradesh/B. Panda 11. Bell Metal Industry of Assam : Problems and Prospects/Chayanika Goswami 12. Small Scale Industries in Manipur : Problems and Prospects/G.P Prasain 13. Entrepreneurial Behaviour : A Study of Socio-Psychological Variables in Entrepreneurs of Tripura/Anjali Ghosh 14. Role of Periodic Markets in Rural Development : Study of a few Markets in Meghalaya/Sutapa Sengupta and Susmita Das IV. TECHNOLOGY, TOURISM AND COOPERATION : 15. Suitable Post Harvest Technologies for the Rural Areas/R.K.P. Singh and K.K. Satapathy 16. Tourism and its Potential for Rural Development in Assam/Prasanta Bhattacharya 17. Co-operative Movement in Meghalaya : Its Growth, Performance and Weaknesses/Gurudas Das 18. Peoples? Participation and the Functioning of Gaon Panchayat Samabay Samities in Assam/Nripendra N. Sarma V. EDUCATION, GENDER AND POVERTY : 19. Rural Development : An Educational Perspective/B. Lynden And M.P. Khonglah 20. Education and Social Environment among the Tea Tribes in Assam/Bolin Hazarika 21. Women and Development in Rural India/Bhola Nath Ghosh and Utpal Kumar De 22. Poverty Alleviation and Rural Development in Assam/Prabin Baishya VI. REFLECTION ON DEVELOPMENT OF NORTH-EASTERN REGION : 23. Rural Development : Nagaland Experience/Chandrika Singh 24. Development of North-Eastern Region : Some Issues to Ponder/Kishore S. Rajput 25. Rural Development in North-East India : A Note/N.N. Bhattacharyya 26. Rural Development : A Vision that Failed the Mission/B.P. Sahu Printed Pages: 315. Seller Inventory # 62982

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