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P. Subba Rao,B. Anitha

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About this Item: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. Contents, 1. Quality of Work Life 2. Evolution of Growth of Andhra Bank and the Vysa Bank Ltd. 3. Research Design 4. Economic Aspects of Quality of Work Life 5. Working Conditions 6. Social Aspects of Quality of Work Life 7. Human Resource Development Aspects of Quality of Work Life 8. Evaluation of Suggestions Printed Pages: 162. Seller Inventory # 62005

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About this Item: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. Contents, 1. Quality of Work Life 2. Evolution of Growth of Andhra Bank and the Vysa Bank Ltd. 3. Research Design 4. Economic Aspects of Quality of Work Life 5. Working Conditions 6. Social Aspects of Quality of Work Life 7. Human Resource Development Aspects of Quality of Work Life 8. Evaluation of Suggestions Printed Pages: 162. Seller Inventory # 62005

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P. Subba Rao,B. Anitha

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About this Item: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 1998. Hardcover. Condition: New. Contents, 1. Quality of Work Life 2. Evolution of Growth of Andhra Bank and the Vysa Bank Ltd. 3. Research Design 4. Economic Aspects of Quality of Work Life 5. Working Conditions 6. Social Aspects of Quality of Work Life 7. Human Resource Development Aspects of Quality of Work Life 8. Evaluation of Suggestions Printed Pages: 162. Seller Inventory # 62005

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P. Subba Rao

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About this Item: Himalaya Publishing House, 2010. Contents 1 Introduction to Organisational behaviour 2 Organisational Behaviour Management Challenges 3 Value Attitudes Emotions Moods and Job Satisfaction 4 Personality 5 Perception  6 Motivation Concept 7 Motivation Applications 8 Foundations of Group and Team Behaviour 9 Group Conflicts and Negotiations  10 Leadership  11 Power and Politics 12 Organisational Design and Structure 13 Organisational Culture and Effectivness  14 Organisational Change and Development 15 Stress Management Examination PapersThis book is the outcome of the overwhelming response from the students Lecturers Professors and heads of various Business School of various universities in India Papua New Guinea and other countries to my various books viz Management and Organisational Behaviour Business Policy and Strategic Management International Business Essentials of Human Resource Management and Personnel and Human Resource Management prompted me to write a separate book on Organisational Behaviour In fact we bring a customized book for Utter Pradesh Technological University based on its syllabus 408 pp. Seller Inventory # 87718

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T. Nirmala Devi (Ed.)

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi Sectoral Techno Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) is a sub regional grouping. It is positively perceived as a bridge between the SAARC and the ASEAN regional groupings, as it embraces fier SAARC members viz., Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka Nepal and Bhutan and two ASEAN members , Myanmar and Thailand, around the Bay of Bengal and the Eastern Coast of the Indian Ocean Formed in 1997 with the main objective of promoting cooperation among the contiguous countries of the Bay of Bengal, the BIMSTEC has identified six agreed areas of cooperation, viz., tread and investment; technology; transport and communication; energy; tourism and fisheries. With the changing image and the recent economic clout India`s increasing engagement with the ASEAN national collectively and individually is a positive step in the direction of its Look East policy. Though not all potential areas of sub regional cooperation in the BIMSTEC have received adequate attention in this volume, it is yet a pioneering effort in launching an exclusive collected work on the subjects as the literature on the BIMSTEC is very inadequate and wanting. Contents: Foreword/Amb. A.N. Ram, Former Secretary (East), Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India & Chairman, CSCAP (India) Preface Introduction/T. Nirmala Devi Part I : INDIA`S ROLE IN BIMSTEC : 1. India and BIMST-EC : Experiment with Sub-regional Cooperation/P.V. Rao 2. India`s Role in BIMST-EC : Prospects and Problems/A. Lakshmana Chetty 3. India`s Trade and Investment Opportunities in BIMSTEC/Indra Nath Mukherji & Nawal K. Paswan 4. India`s New Regionalism in Asia : Look East and BIMSTEC Interface/Tridib Chakraborthy Part II : COOPERATION IN TRADE AND INVESTMENT IN BIMSTEC : 5. Challenges and Opportunities for BIMSTEC/K.C. Reddy 6. Economic Cooperation in BIMSTEC : Emerging Trends and Prospects/T. Nirmala Devi 7. Regional Economic Arrangements : Understanding the Growth of BIMSTEC/Padmaja Murthy 8. Evolution of BIMSTEC : Towards a Bay of Bengal Economic Community/P. Leela 9. Possibilities of Cooperation in BIMSTEC Countries/K. Sreerama Murthy, K. Sailaja & R. Radha Part III : Political PERSPECTIVES ON BIMSTEC : 10. Development of BIMST-EC : Nature and Direction, Challenges and Issues/B.C. Upreti 11. Political and Foreign Policy Perspectives of BIMSTEC/M. Chandrasekhar & G. Raw Kumar Rao 12. Indo-Sri Lanka Maritime Co-operation : Implications on the Bay of Bengal/V. Srilatha 13. Re-envisioning India-Myanmar Relations/B. Meena Rao & S. Subba Rao 14. A Study on India`s Political-Economic Relations with Some BIMSTEC Nations/A. Vanajamani Part IV : COOPERATION IN Science AND Technology IN BIMSTEC : 15. Coastal and Oceanic Resources of Bay of Bengal - Scope for Scientific and Technical collaboration/P. Rajendra Prasad 16. Some Views on Possible Collaboration in Science and Technology among Bay of Bengal Economic Community with Emphasis on Space, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences/A. Narayana Swamy & A. Sivaparvathi 17. International Cooperation in BIMSTEC for Marine Archaeology/E.V. Gangadharam Part V : HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND OTHER ASPECTS OF BIMSTEC : 18. The Asian Drama of BIMSTEC, SAARC, and ASEAN Countries/G Ramachandrudu, Ch. Appa Rao & A. Rajani 19. Strategies for the Achievement of Regional Cooperation in BIMSTEC with Special Focus on Road Transport/D. Panduranga Rao & K.V. Mohan Kumar 20. Disaster Management and BIMSTEC : Special Focus on Indian Scenario/C. Praseeda 21. Social and Economic Aspects of Development in BIMSTEC with Special Focus on Women/P. Tara Kumari 22. Gender Mainstreaming in Trade Policies in BIMSTEC/B. Ratna Kumari 23. Gender Inequity in BIMSTEC Countries : An Overview/G. Lakshmi & S. Vanaja Rani Printed Pages: 392. Seller Inventory # 35713

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T. Nirmala Devi (Ed.)

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi Sectoral Techno Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) is a sub regional grouping. It is positively perceived as a bridge between the SAARC and the ASEAN regional groupings, as it embraces fier SAARC members viz., Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka Nepal and Bhutan and two ASEAN members , Myanmar and Thailand, around the Bay of Bengal and the Eastern Coast of the Indian Ocean Formed in 1997 with the main objective of promoting cooperation among the contiguous countries of the Bay of Bengal, the BIMSTEC has identified six agreed areas of cooperation, viz., tread and investment; technology; transport and communication; energy; tourism and fisheries. With the changing image and the recent economic clout India`s increasing engagement with the ASEAN national collectively and individually is a positive step in the direction of its Look East policy. Though not all potential areas of sub regional cooperation in the BIMSTEC have received adequate attention in this volume, it is yet a pioneering effort in launching an exclusive collected work on the subjects as the literature on the BIMSTEC is very inadequate and wanting. Contents: Foreword/Amb. A.N. Ram, Former Secretary (East), Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India & Chairman, CSCAP (India) Preface Introduction/T. Nirmala Devi Part I : INDIA`S ROLE IN BIMSTEC : 1. India and BIMST-EC : Experiment with Sub-regional Cooperation/P.V. Rao 2. India`s Role in BIMST-EC : Prospects and Problems/A. Lakshmana Chetty 3. India`s Trade and Investment Opportunities in BIMSTEC/Indra Nath Mukherji & Nawal K. Paswan 4. India`s New Regionalism in Asia : Look East and BIMSTEC Interface/Tridib Chakraborthy Part II : COOPERATION IN TRADE AND INVESTMENT IN BIMSTEC : 5. Challenges and Opportunities for BIMSTEC/K.C. Reddy 6. Economic Cooperation in BIMSTEC : Emerging Trends and Prospects/T. Nirmala Devi 7. Regional Economic Arrangements : Understanding the Growth of BIMSTEC/Padmaja Murthy 8. Evolution of BIMSTEC : Towards a Bay of Bengal Economic Community/P. Leela 9. Possibilities of Cooperation in BIMSTEC Countries/K. Sreerama Murthy, K. Sailaja & R. Radha Part III : Political PERSPECTIVES ON BIMSTEC : 10. Development of BIMST-EC : Nature and Direction, Challenges and Issues/B.C. Upreti 11. Political and Foreign Policy Perspectives of BIMSTEC/M. Chandrasekhar & G. Raw Kumar Rao 12. Indo-Sri Lanka Maritime Co-operation : Implications on the Bay of Bengal/V. Srilatha 13. Re-envisioning India-Myanmar Relations/B. Meena Rao & S. Subba Rao 14. A Study on India`s Political-Economic Relations with Some BIMSTEC Nations/A. Vanajamani Part IV : COOPERATION IN Science AND Technology IN BIMSTEC : 15. Coastal and Oceanic Resources of Bay of Bengal - Scope for Scientific and Technical collaboration/P. Rajendra Prasad 16. Some Views on Possible Collaboration in Science and Technology among Bay of Bengal Economic Community with Emphasis on Space, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences/A. Narayana Swamy & A. Sivaparvathi 17. International Cooperation in BIMSTEC for Marine Archaeology/E.V. Gangadharam Part V : HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND OTHER ASPECTS OF BIMSTEC : 18. The Asian Drama of BIMSTEC, SAARC, and ASEAN Countries/G Ramachandrudu, Ch. Appa Rao & A. Rajani 19. Strategies for the Achievement of Regional Cooperation in BIMSTEC with Special Focus on Road Transport/D. Panduranga Rao & K.V. Mohan Kumar 20. Disaster Management and BIMSTEC : Special Focus on Indian Scenario/C. Praseeda 21. Social and Economic Aspects of Development in BIMSTEC with Special Focus on Women/P. Tara Kumari 22. Gender Mainstreaming in Trade Policies in BIMSTEC/B. Ratna Kumari 23. Gender Inequity in BIMSTEC Countries : An Overview/G. Lakshmi & S. Vanaja Rani Printed Pages: 392. Seller Inventory # 35713

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B. Soni,K.D. Sharma

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ISBN 10: 8126905840 ISBN 13: 9788126905843

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Rainfed agriculture has a distinct place in Indian agriculture, occupying 68 per cent of the total cultivated area and supporting 4 per cent of human and 6 per cent of livestock population. Agriculture in rainfed areas continues to be a gamble because farmers in the rainfed region face many uncertainties. In the light of growing population and demand to increase the food production especially in the developing countries with arid and csemi-arid climate, this book mainly focuses on the land use diversification involving multi-disciplinary approaches for sustainability in the rainfed regions. The present book consists of twenty-three articles in all by experts from various Central & State Government Organisations, Agricultural Universities and Research Organisations concerned with rainfed agriculture. These articles, covering various aspects of Land Use Diversification for Sustainable Rainfed Agriculture, have been arranged into five sections: (a) Diversification: Need of the Hour, (b) Natural Resources Dynamics, (c) Alternate Land Uses, (d) Case Studies, and (e) Capacity Building. Each of the articles is highly informative and it is hoped that this book will give an interesting insight into the varied rainfed agriculture related problems in India. It highlights the possible measures?sustainable management of land and water resources, land use diversification, alternate land uses based on climate, soil and crop suitability, etc.?that would help increase the cropland as well as crop and fodder production in rainfed areas. The present book enriched with selected case studies will be particularly useful for students, teachers, researchers and scientists working in the area of rainfed agriculture and agricultural planning for sustainable development.PART ? I DIVERSIFICATION: NEED OF THE HOUR 1. Land Use Diversification for Sustainable Rainfed Agriculture in the 21st Century ? Kapil D. Sharma and Harish P. Singh 2. Crop Diversification in Rainfed Regions of India ? K.P.R. Vittal, G. Ravindra Chary, C.A. Rama Rao and G.R.M. Sankar PART ? II NATURAL RESOURCES DYNAMICS 3. Agroclimatic Characterization: Need, Concept and Methodology ? Y.S. Ramakrishna, G.G.S.N. Rao, A.V.R. Kesava Rao and P. Vijaya Kumar 4. Status, Dynamics, Livelihood Contribution and Policy Issues of Water as a Common Pool Resource ? Prasanta Kumar Mishra 5. Characterization and Nutrient Management of Soils of Rainfed Agro-Ecosystem ? K.L. Sharma 6. Efficient Crops and Cropping Systems in Rainfed Agriculture ? G. Subba Reddy and V. Maruthi 7. Improved Farm Implements for Rainfed Regions ? V.M. Mayande PART ? III ALTERNATE LAND USES 8. Alternate Land Use based on Climate, Soils and Crop Suitability ? K.V. Rao 9. Alternate Land Uses under Rainfed Agriculture ? G.R. Korwar 1. Agri-Horticultural Systems for Rainfed Areas ? J.V. Rao and S. Sujatha 11. Land Use Diversification with Alternate High Value Crops in Rainfed Areas: Potential and Prospects ? G. Pratibha and G.R. Korwar 12. Diversification of Rainfed Agriculture through Commercial Tree Plantation ? L.N. Harsh 13. Land Use Diversification for Industrial Biomass Production ? J.V.N.S. Prasad 14. Forests as Common Pool Resource: Role of JFM/CFM ? Mohammed Osman 15. Wasteland Development ? J.V. Rao 16. Integration of Livestock in Land Use Diversification ? A.K. Misra 17. Rainwater Harvesting Technologies in Rainfed Diversified Agro-ecosystem ? Virendra Kumar and P.K. Singh PART ? IV CASE STUDIES 18. Sustainable Management of Land and Water Resources for Achieving Food Security in the Rainfed Areas ? Prabhakar Pathak 19. Land Use Diversification ? Key to System Profitability and Sustainability in Dry Sub-humid Region of Eastern Uttar Pradesh ? S.R. Singh 2. Land Use Diversification in Central India ? G.S. Rajput 21. New Strategy for Augmenting Productivity of Degraded Lands ? R.C. Yadav PART ? V CAPA Printed Pages: 224. Seller Inventory # 90945

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B. Soni,K.D. Sharma

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Rainfed agriculture has a distinct place in Indian agriculture, occupying 68 per cent of the total cultivated area and supporting 4 per cent of human and 6 per cent of livestock population. Agriculture in rainfed areas continues to be a gamble because farmers in the rainfed region face many uncertainties. In the light of growing population and demand to increase the food production especially in the developing countries with arid and csemi-arid climate, this book mainly focuses on the land use diversification involving multi-disciplinary approaches for sustainability in the rainfed regions. The present book consists of twenty-three articles in all by experts from various Central & State Government Organisations, Agricultural Universities and Research Organisations concerned with rainfed agriculture. These articles, covering various aspects of Land Use Diversification for Sustainable Rainfed Agriculture, have been arranged into five sections: (a) Diversification: Need of the Hour, (b) Natural Resources Dynamics, (c) Alternate Land Uses, (d) Case Studies, and (e) Capacity Building. Each of the articles is highly informative and it is hoped that this book will give an interesting insight into the varied rainfed agriculture related problems in India. It highlights the possible measuresâ"sustainable management of land and water resources, land use diversification, alternate land uses based on climate, soil and crop suitability, etc.â"that would help increase the cropland as well as crop and fodder production in rainfed areas. The present book enriched with selected case studies will be particularly useful for students, teachers, researchers and scientists working in the area of rainfed agriculture and agricultural planning for sustainable development.PART â" I DIVERSIFICATION: NEED OF THE HOUR 1. Land Use Diversification for Sustainable Rainfed Agriculture in the 21st Century â" Kapil D. Sharma and Harish P. Singh 2. Crop Diversification in Rainfed Regions of India â" K.P.R. Vittal, G. Ravindra Chary, C.A. Rama Rao and G.R.M. Sankar PART â" II NATURAL RESOURCES DYNAMICS 3. Agroclimatic Characterization: Need, Concept and Methodology â" Y.S. Ramakrishna, G.G.S.N. Rao, A.V.R. Kesava Rao and P. Vijaya Kumar 4. Status, Dynamics, Livelihood Contribution and Policy Issues of Water as a Common Pool Resource â" Prasanta Kumar Mishra 5. Characterization and Nutrient Management of Soils of Rainfed Agro-Ecosystem â" K.L. Sharma 6. Efficient Crops and Cropping Systems in Rainfed Agriculture â" G. Subba Reddy and V. Maruthi 7. Improved Farm Implements for Rainfed Regions â" V.M. Mayande PART â" III ALTERNATE LAND USES 8. Alternate Land Use based on Climate, Soils and Crop Suitability â" K.V. Rao 9. Alternate Land Uses under Rainfed Agriculture â" G.R. Korwar 1. Agri-Horticultural Systems for Rainfed Areas â" J.V. Rao and S. Sujatha 11. Land Use Diversification with Alternate High Value Crops in Rainfed Areas: Potential and Prospects â" G. Pratibha and G.R. Korwar 12. Diversification of Rainfed Agriculture through Commercial Tree Plantation â" L.N. Harsh 13. Land Use Diversification for Industrial Biomass Production â" J.V.N.S. Prasad 14. Forests as Common Pool Resource: Role of JFM/CFM â" Mohammed Osman 15. Wasteland Development â" J.V. Rao 16. Integration of Livestock in Land Use Diversification â" A.K. Misra 17. Rainwater Harvesting Technologies in Rainfed Diversified Agro-ecosystem â" Virendra Kumar and P.K. Singh PART â" IV CASE STUDIES 18. Sustainable Management of Land and Water Resources for Achieving Food Security in the Rainfed Areas â" Prabhakar Pathak 19. Land Use Diversification â" Key to System Profitability and Sustainability in Dry Sub-humid Region of Eastern Uttar Pradesh â" S.R. Singh 2. Land Use Diversification in Central India â" G.S. Rajput 21. New Strategy for Augmenting Productivity of Degraded Lands â" R.C. Yadav PART â" V CAPA Printed Pages: 224. Seller Inventory # 90945

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Himanshu Sekhar Rout,S. Bhyrava Murthy

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About this Item: New Century Publications, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Human development demands that all social groups have equal access to the services provided by the State and equal opportunity for upward economic and social mobility. It is also necessary to ensure that there is no discrimination against any section of the society. The Constitution of India contains various provisions for the development of marginalized groups. Their individual and collective growth, however, cannot be ensured without improving their surroundings and providing basic necessities of life. The major challenges of human development in India are (a) measurement and aggregation of human development, (b) manifestation of poverty in all dimensions of human life, (c) drop out and stagnation in primary education, (d) more demand for higher education than the available facilities, (e) decontextualization of present system of education (f) persistent regional disparities and social inequalities (g) unregulated human activities and unsustainable use of environmental resources and (h) gross under valuation of women?s economic contribution. The book, consisting of 24 scholarly articles, provides valuable material on various dimensions of human development in India. It also makes practicable recommendations in this context. CONTENTS CONTENTS 1. Trends in Human Development among SAARC Countries - M. Indira and V.G. Siddaraju; 2. Human Development: A Citizenship Approach - Sujay Ghosh; 3. Robust Relation among Human Development and Economic Freedom - An Empirical Study on South Asian Perspective - Rajni Kapoor; 4. Gender Equality: An Important Issue of Human Development - Umesh Chandra Pati; 5. Role of Geographical Indications for Economic Empowerment and Human Development: Evidences from a GI Registered Product - P. Nayak; 6. Public Expenditure and Human Development in India - Ranjeeta; 7. Dimensions of Poverty and its Regional Variation - Ruchira Bhattacharya; 8. Human Development, other Side of the Coin of National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS) - B. Suresh Babu; 9. Role of National Rural Employment Guarantee in Human Development - Atulya Bhoi and Yoginder Singh; 10. Role of Governance towards Growth and Human Development - Sangram Kumar Rout; 11. Dynamics of Health Status and Health Care in Assam - Dukhabandhu Sahoo; 12. Trends and Patterns of Health Expenditure in Andhra Pradesh - T. Subba Lakshmi; 13. Infrastructure and Human Development in India- Narayan Chandra Nayak; 14. Exclusion of Social Infrastructure Menace to Human Development in India - L. Ganesan; 15. Education and Human Development - M. Indira; 16. Education, Food Security and Human Development in Orissa - Bidyadhar Majhi; 17. Technology and its Impact on Human Development - K. Joseph Raj; 18. Human Development and Environmental Quality: Issues of Harmony and Conflict - Nirmal Chandra Sahu; 19. Impact of Environmental Degradation on Human Development - Barun Kumar Thakur; 20. Sustainable Development and Human Development as a Two Way Relationship: A Case for Clean Cooking Fuels for Indian Rural Households - Robin Singhal; 21. Challenges in Human Development: A Case Study of West Bengal - Mitrajit Chatterjee; 22. Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index and Human Development - Y. Venkata Rao and B. Thrinadha Rao; 23. Gender Discrimination in the Recognition of Work and Earnings in Rural India - Swarna Sadasivam Vepa; 24. Factors behind Low Yield of Rice in Assam - Dipali Bosumatari and Phanindra Goyari Printed Pages: 440. Seller Inventory # 53231

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Himanshu Sekhar Rout,S. Bhyrava Murthy

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About this Item: New Century Publications, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Human development demands that all social groups have equal access to the services provided by the State and equal opportunity for upward economic and social mobility. It is also necessary to ensure that there is no discrimination against any section of the society. The Constitution of India contains various provisions for the development of marginalized groups. Their individual and collective growth, however, cannot be ensured without improving their surroundings and providing basic necessities of life. The major challenges of human development in India are (a) measurement and aggregation of human development, (b) manifestation of poverty in all dimensions of human life, (c) drop out and stagnation in primary education, (d) more demand for higher education than the available facilities, (e) decontextualization of present system of education (f) persistent regional disparities and social inequalities (g) unregulated human activities and unsustainable use of environmental resources and (h) gross under valuation of women?s economic contribution. The book, consisting of 24 scholarly articles, provides valuable material on various dimensions of human development in India. It also makes practicable recommendations in this context. CONTENTS CONTENTS 1. Trends in Human Development among SAARC Countries - M. Indira and V.G. Siddaraju; 2. Human Development: A Citizenship Approach - Sujay Ghosh; 3. Robust Relation among Human Development and Economic Freedom - An Empirical Study on South Asian Perspective - Rajni Kapoor; 4. Gender Equality: An Important Issue of Human Development - Umesh Chandra Pati; 5. Role of Geographical Indications for Economic Empowerment and Human Development: Evidences from a GI Registered Product - P. Nayak; 6. Public Expenditure and Human Development in India - Ranjeeta; 7. Dimensions of Poverty and its Regional Variation - Ruchira Bhattacharya; 8. Human Development, other Side of the Coin of National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS) - B. Suresh Babu; 9. Role of National Rural Employment Guarantee in Human Development - Atulya Bhoi and Yoginder Singh; 10. Role of Governance towards Growth and Human Development - Sangram Kumar Rout; 11. Dynamics of Health Status and Health Care in Assam - Dukhabandhu Sahoo; 12. Trends and Patterns of Health Expenditure in Andhra Pradesh - T. Subba Lakshmi; 13. Infrastructure and Human Development in India- Narayan Chandra Nayak; 14. Exclusion of Social Infrastructure Menace to Human Development in India - L. Ganesan; 15. Education and Human Development - M. Indira; 16. Education, Food Security and Human Development in Orissa - Bidyadhar Majhi; 17. Technology and its Impact on Human Development - K. Joseph Raj; 18. Human Development and Environmental Quality: Issues of Harmony and Conflict - Nirmal Chandra Sahu; 19. Impact of Environmental Degradation on Human Development - Barun Kumar Thakur; 20. Sustainable Development and Human Development as a Two Way Relationship: A Case for Clean Cooking Fuels for Indian Rural Households - Robin Singhal; 21. Challenges in Human Development: A Case Study of West Bengal - Mitrajit Chatterjee; 22. Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index and Human Development - Y. Venkata Rao and B. Thrinadha Rao; 23. Gender Discrimination in the Recognition of Work and Earnings in Rural India - Swarna Sadasivam Vepa; 24. Factors behind Low Yield of Rice in Assam - Dipali Bosumatari and Phanindra Goyari Printed Pages: 440. Seller Inventory # 53231

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T. Nirmala Devi (Ed.)

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi Sectoral Techno Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) is a sub regional grouping. It is positively perceived as a bridge between the SAARC and the ASEAN regional groupings, as it embraces fier SAARC members viz., Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka Nepal and Bhutan and two ASEAN members , Myanmar and Thailand, around the Bay of Bengal and the Eastern Coast of the Indian Ocean Formed in 1997 with the main objective of promoting cooperation among the contiguous countries of the Bay of Bengal, the BIMSTEC has identified six agreed areas of cooperation, viz., tread and investment; technology; transport and communication; energy; tourism and fisheries. With the changing image and the recent economic clout India`s increasing engagement with the ASEAN national collectively and individually is a positive step in the direction of its Look East policy. Though not all potential areas of sub regional cooperation in the BIMSTEC have received adequate attention in this volume, it is yet a pioneering effort in launching an exclusive collected work on the subjects as the literature on the BIMSTEC is very inadequate and wanting. Contents: Foreword/Amb. A.N. Ram, Former Secretary (East), Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India & Chairman, CSCAP (India) Preface Introduction/T. Nirmala Devi Part I : INDIA`S ROLE IN BIMSTEC : 1. India and BIMST-EC : Experiment with Sub-regional Cooperation/P.V. Rao 2. India`s Role in BIMST-EC : Prospects and Problems/A. Lakshmana Chetty 3. India`s Trade and Investment Opportunities in BIMSTEC/Indra Nath Mukherji & Nawal K. Paswan 4. India`s New Regionalism in Asia : Look East and BIMSTEC Interface/Tridib Chakraborthy Part II : COOPERATION IN TRADE AND INVESTMENT IN BIMSTEC : 5. Challenges and Opportunities for BIMSTEC/K.C. Reddy 6. Economic Cooperation in BIMSTEC : Emerging Trends and Prospects/T. Nirmala Devi 7. Regional Economic Arrangements : Understanding the Growth of BIMSTEC/Padmaja Murthy 8. Evolution of BIMSTEC : Towards a Bay of Bengal Economic Community/P. Leela 9. Possibilities of Cooperation in BIMSTEC Countries/K. Sreerama Murthy, K. Sailaja & R. Radha Part III : Political PERSPECTIVES ON BIMSTEC : 10. Development of BIMST-EC : Nature and Direction, Challenges and Issues/B.C. Upreti 11. Political and Foreign Policy Perspectives of BIMSTEC/M. Chandrasekhar & G. Raw Kumar Rao 12. Indo-Sri Lanka Maritime Co-operation : Implications on the Bay of Bengal/V. Srilatha 13. Re-envisioning India-Myanmar Relations/B. Meena Rao & S. Subba Rao 14. A Study on India`s Political-Economic Relations with Some BIMSTEC Nations/A. Vanajamani Part IV : COOPERATION IN Science AND Technology IN BIMSTEC : 15. Coastal and Oceanic Resources of Bay of Bengal - Scope for Scientific and Technical collaboration/P. Rajendra Prasad 16. Some Views on Possible Collaboration in Science and Technology among Bay of Bengal Economic Community with Emphasis on Space, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences/A. Narayana Swamy & A. Sivaparvathi 17. International Cooperation in BIMSTEC for Marine Archaeology/E.V. Gangadharam Part V : HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND OTHER ASPECTS OF BIMSTEC : 18. The Asian Drama of BIMSTEC, SAARC, and ASEAN Countries/G Ramachandrudu, Ch. Appa Rao & A. Rajani 19. Strategies for the Achievement of Regional Cooperation in BIMSTEC with Special Focus on Road Transport/D. Panduranga Rao & K.V. Mohan Kumar 20. Disaster Management and BIMSTEC : Special Focus on Indian Scenario/C. Praseeda 21. Social and Economic Aspects of Development in BIMSTEC with Special Focus on Women/P. Tara Kumari 22. Gender Mainstreaming in Trade Policies in BIMSTEC/B. Ratna Kumari 23. Gender Inequity in BIMSTEC Countries : An Overview/G. Lakshmi & S. Vanaja Rani Printed Pages: 392. Seller Inventory # 35713

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Algal biotechnology has come a long way since the early days of agronomy/mariculture for food use and the recovery of agars, carrageenans and alginates. Our increasing knowledge of algal physiology and biochemistry, combined with genetic engineering is opening up new vistas. The application of the ability to grow microalgae to very high yields in bioreactors, to a percentage of a theoretical maximum, as opposed to ponds, holds great promise for the future of algal biotechnology. At the macroalgal side possibilities on the horizon involve their use as a source of antifoulants, the possible use of sulfated polysaccharides in biomedical applications and the possibility of genetically engineering macroalgae to provide deterrence to microbial pathogens in mariculture. In the final analysis the expanded future of applying algal biotechnology for good, new and imaginative use must lie in ensuring that good science is tied to good economics.;The present volume is a compilation of 20 chapters which discuss on the industrial applications in the field of biological nitrogen fixation, nutraceuticals and other bioactive compounds. Recent advances in cyanobacteria for bioactive compounds, active against a number of disease causing bacteria, viruses and fungi, their significant potential for colorants, polysaccharides, pharmaceuticals and pharmacological probes and also in the field of environment protection have been reflected in most of the chapters. This book will open a new vista in the field of algal biotechnology.; The aim of bringing out of this book is to bring together the multi-disciplinary researches going around the world in the area of Algal Biotechnology and to disseminate information on the latest information on algae and this has been made possible only by the contribution of articles by the nationally and internationally acclaimed authors. The book will be useful to the students, teachers, scientists and researchers from the different branches of microbiology, plant science and biotechnology.;;Contents;Chapter 1: The Algal Industry Survey by Mark Edwards; Chapter 2: Prospective in Diatom Nanotechnology by Jannendra Rath, Sikha Mandal and Bijaya Kumar Padhi; Chapter 3: Programmed Cell Death: An Integral Event in the Development of Algae and Higher Organisms by Shiv Shanker Pandey, Vivek Ambashtha and Budhi Sagar Tiwari; Chapter 4: Spirulina: The Superfood and Medicine by Preeti Das, A.K. Mishra and Mihir K. Das; Chapter 5: Application of Seaweeds as Food: A Scenario by P.V. Subba Rao, K. Ganesan and K. Suresh Kumar; Chapter 6: UV-B Radiation-Induced Stress and Protection Strategies in Cyanobacteria by R.P. Sinha, M.B. Tyagi, Sushil Kumar and Ashok Kumar; Chapter 7: Growth Response of Cyanobacteria from Sandy Soil and Mine Waste Burdened Soil to Different Environmental Variables by Pramila Tripathy and S.P. Adhikary; Chapter 8: The Impact of Fungicides on Rice Field Cyanobacteria by Anshuman Das and Mihir Kumar Das; Chapter 9: Role of Blue Green Algae in Rice Production by Y.V. Singh; Chapter 10: Biotechnological Relevance of Microbes in Agriculture by Rajan Kumar Gupta; Chapter 11: Lipids and Fatty Acids from Marine Algae: A Potential Biofuel Resource by S. Chakraborty and T. Bhattacharya; Chapter 12: Algal Biodiesel: Procedures and Resources for Laboratory Study by Simrat Kaur, H.K. Gogoi, R.B. Srivastava and M.C. Kalita; Chapter 13: Industrial Utilization of Algal Fatty Acids by S.B. Padhi, P.K. Swain, S.K. Behera and G. Behera; Chapter 14: Cyanobacterial Toxins by Anjana Pandey and Archana Tiwari; Chapter 15: Algae and the Human Affairs in the 21st Printed Pages: 315. Seller Inventory # 56079

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B. Soni,K.D. Sharma

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Rainfed agriculture has a distinct place in Indian agriculture, occupying 68 per cent of the total cultivated area and supporting 4 per cent of human and 6 per cent of livestock population. Agriculture in rainfed areas continues to be a gamble because farmers in the rainfed region face many uncertainties. In the light of growing population and demand to increase the food production especially in the developing countries with arid and csemi-arid climate, this book mainly focuses on the land use diversification involving multi-disciplinary approaches for sustainability in the rainfed regions. The present book consists of twenty-three articles in all by experts from various Central & State Government Organisations, Agricultural Universities and Research Organisations concerned with rainfed agriculture. These articles, covering various aspects of Land Use Diversification for Sustainable Rainfed Agriculture, have been arranged into five sections: (a) Diversification: Need of the Hour, (b) Natural Resources Dynamics, (c) Alternate Land Uses, (d) Case Studies, and (e) Capacity Building. Each of the articles is highly informative and it is hoped that this book will give an interesting insight into the varied rainfed agriculture related problems in India. It highlights the possible measuresâ"sustainable management of land and water resources, land use diversification, alternate land uses based on climate, soil and crop suitability, etc.â"that would help increase the cropland as well as crop and fodder production in rainfed areas. The present book enriched with selected case studies will be particularly useful for students, teachers, researchers and scientists working in the area of rainfed agriculture and agricultural planning for sustainable development.PART â" I DIVERSIFICATION: NEED OF THE HOUR 1. Land Use Diversification for Sustainable Rainfed Agriculture in the 21st Century â" Kapil D. Sharma and Harish P. Singh 2. Crop Diversification in Rainfed Regions of India â" K.P.R. Vittal, G. Ravindra Chary, C.A. Rama Rao and G.R.M. Sankar PART â" II NATURAL RESOURCES DYNAMICS 3. Agroclimatic Characterization: Need, Concept and Methodology â" Y.S. Ramakrishna, G.G.S.N. Rao, A.V.R. Kesava Rao and P. Vijaya Kumar 4. Status, Dynamics, Livelihood Contribution and Policy Issues of Water as a Common Pool Resource â" Prasanta Kumar Mishra 5. Characterization and Nutrient Management of Soils of Rainfed Agro-Ecosystem â" K.L. Sharma 6. Efficient Crops and Cropping Systems in Rainfed Agriculture â" G. Subba Reddy and V. Maruthi 7. Improved Farm Implements for Rainfed Regions â" V.M. Mayande PART â" III ALTERNATE LAND USES 8. Alternate Land Use based on Climate, Soils and Crop Suitability â" K.V. Rao 9. Alternate Land Uses under Rainfed Agriculture â" G.R. Korwar 1. Agri-Horticultural Systems for Rainfed Areas â" J.V. Rao and S. Sujatha 11. Land Use Diversification with Alternate High Value Crops in Rainfed Areas: Potential and Prospects â" G. Pratibha and G.R. Korwar 12. Diversification of Rainfed Agriculture through Commercial Tree Plantation â" L.N. Harsh 13. Land Use Diversification for Industrial Biomass Production â" J.V.N.S. Prasad 14. Forests as Common Pool Resource: Role of JFM/CFM â" Mohammed Osman 15. Wasteland Development â" J.V. Rao 16. Integration of Livestock in Land Use Diversification â" A.K. Misra 17. Rainwater Harvesting Technologies in Rainfed Diversified Agro-ecosystem â" Virendra Kumar and P.K. Singh PART â" IV CASE STUDIES 18. Sustainable Management of Land and Water Resources for Achieving Food Security in the Rainfed Areas â" Prabhakar Pathak 19. Land Use Diversification â" Key to System Profitability and Sustainability in Dry Sub-humid Region of Eastern Uttar Pradesh â" S.R. Singh 2. Land Use Diversification in Central India â" G.S. Rajput 21. New Strategy for Augmenting Productivity of Degraded Lands â" R.C. Yadav PART â" V CAPA Printed Pages: 224. Seller Inventory # 90945

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Mihir Kumar Das

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Algal biotechnology has come a long way since the early days of agronomy/mariculture for food use and the recovery of agars, carrageenans and alginates. Our increasing knowledge of algal physiology and biochemistry, combined with genetic engineering is opening up new vistas. The application of the ability to grow microalgae to very high yields in bioreactors, to a percentage of a theoretical maximum, as opposed to ponds, holds great promise for the future of algal biotechnology. At the macroalgal side possibilities on the horizon involve their use as a source of antifoulants, the possible use of sulfated polysaccharides in biomedical applications and the possibility of genetically engineering macroalgae to provide deterrence to microbial pathogens in mariculture. In the final analysis the expanded future of applying algal biotechnology for good, new and imaginative use must lie in ensuring that good science is tied to good economics.;The present volume is a compilation of 20 chapters which discuss on the industrial applications in the field of biological nitrogen fixation, nutraceuticals and other bioactive compounds. Recent advances in cyanobacteria for bioactive compounds, active against a number of disease causing bacteria, viruses and fungi, their significant potential for colorants, polysaccharides, pharmaceuticals and pharmacological probes and also in the field of environment protection have been reflected in most of the chapters. This book will open a new vista in the field of algal biotechnology.; The aim of bringing out of this book is to bring together the multi-disciplinary researches going around the world in the area of Algal Biotechnology and to disseminate information on the latest information on algae and this has been made possible only by the contribution of articles by the nationally and internationally acclaimed authors. The book will be useful to the students, teachers, scientists and researchers from the different branches of microbiology, plant science and biotechnology.;;Contents;Chapter 1: The Algal Industry Survey by Mark Edwards; Chapter 2: Prospective in Diatom Nanotechnology by Jannendra Rath, Sikha Mandal and Bijaya Kumar Padhi; Chapter 3: Programmed Cell Death: An Integral Event in the Development of Algae and Higher Organisms by Shiv Shanker Pandey, Vivek Ambashtha and Budhi Sagar Tiwari; Chapter 4: Spirulina: The Superfood and Medicine by Preeti Das, A.K. Mishra and Mihir K. Das; Chapter 5: Application of Seaweeds as Food: A Scenario by P.V. Subba Rao, K. Ganesan and K. Suresh Kumar; Chapter 6: UV-B Radiation-Induced Stress and Protection Strategies in Cyanobacteria by R.P. Sinha, M.B. Tyagi, Sushil Kumar and Ashok Kumar; Chapter 7: Growth Response of Cyanobacteria from Sandy Soil and Mine Waste Burdened Soil to Different Environmental Variables by Pramila Tripathy and S.P. Adhikary; Chapter 8: The Impact of Fungicides on Rice Field Cyanobacteria by Anshuman Das and Mihir Kumar Das; Chapter 9: Role of Blue Green Algae in Rice Production by Y.V. Singh; Chapter 10: Biotechnological Relevance of Microbes in Agriculture by Rajan Kumar Gupta; Chapter 11: Lipids and Fatty Acids from Marine Algae: A Potential Biofuel Resource by S. Chakraborty and T. Bhattacharya; Chapter 12: Algal Biodiesel: Procedures and Resources for Laboratory Study by Simrat Kaur, H.K. Gogoi, R.B. Srivastava and M.C. Kalita; Chapter 13: Industrial Utilization of Algal Fatty Acids by S.B. Padhi, P.K. Swain, S.K. Behera and G. Behera; Chapter 14: Cyanobacterial Toxins by Anjana Pandey and Archana Tiwari; Chapter 15: Algae and the Human Affairs in the 21st Printed Pages: 315. Seller Inventory # 56079

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Rajan Kumar Gupta,Vidya Dhar Pandey

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The present volume is compendium of wide ranging topics on allied and commercial aspects of algae. It is an assemblage of the up-to-date information of rapid advances and developments taking place in he field of applied phycology. The book is a unique compilation of 21 chapters focussing on algal ecology, algal biofertilizers, toxicology, bioremediation, bioenergy, biotechnology and molecular biology.;;The authors have done a tremendous job of synthesizing all the available informations which will be useful for researchers and students alike. The present book aimed to emphasize on diverse uses of algae. The various information incorporated in the book by authors who are internationally acknowledged experts in the field of phycology. The book has been framed with the intention of providing a sufficient depth of the subject to satisfy the needs at a level which will be comprehensive and interesting. The book will be useful to the students, teachers, scientists and researchers from the different branches of biological, agricultural and pharmaceutical sciences.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Micro-algal Diazotrophs and their Mutants in Natural and Artificial Symbioses by A Vaishampayan, R P Sing,R K Singh, H K Jaiswal, J P Shahi, T Dey, R P N Mishra, S Sharma, H K Sharma and A B Prasad; Chapter 2: Bioprospecting of Marine Algae by J Rath and S P Adhikary; Chapter 3: Fueling the Future: By Microalgae as a Source of Renewable Energy by C Dayananda,R Sarada and G A Ravishankar; Chapter 4: Factprs Influencing Algicide Production by Microcystis sp and its Effect on Selected Cyanobacteria by P Jaiswal,R Prasanna and P K Singh; Chapter 5: Seaweeds as a Human Diet: An Emerging Trend in the New Millennium by P V Subba Rao, Vaibhav A Mantri, K Ganesan and K Suresh Kumar; Chapter 6: Potential Biotechnological Applications of Cyanobacteria by G Abraham; Chapter 7: ChlorophyII Fluorescence Analysis: A Potential Tool for Rapid Measurement of Photosynthesis by Jagar Narayan Maurya; Chapter 8: Botryococcus: A Hydrocarbon Producing Microalga by Yashveer Singh; Chapter 9: Food, Feed and Nutraceutical Applications of Algae by Vushwanath Prasad and R K Gupta; Chapter 10: Nitrogen Fixing Cyanobacteria and their Potential Applications by K K Choudhary, S S Singh and A K Mishra; Chapter 11: Cyanobacterial Hydrogen Metabolism with Special Reference to Transcriptional Regulation of Hydrogenases by D Vyas and R K Gupta; Chapter 12: Algae and Cyanobacteria as the Living Resources for Sustainable Environmental Management by Chandra Bhushan Singh; Chapter 13: Cyanobacterial Remediation of Heavy Metal Pollution by M R Suseela and Kiran Toppo; Heavy Metal Toxicity to Rice Field Cyanobacteria by Mithir Kumar Das; Chapter 15: Cyanobacterial Toxins: Risks and Impacts on Human Health by B V Singh and Shalini Singh; Chapter 16: Algae and Disease Prevention by U K Chaturvedi and Iqbal Habib; Chapter 17: Molecular Approaches to Cyanobacteria by S Singh, B V Singh and D W Dhar; Chapter 18: Organic Farming and Environmental Biodiversity by Y V Singh; Chapter 19: Cyanobacteria as a Source of Pharmaceutical Compounds by V D Pandey, R K Gupta and S K Singh; Chapter 20: Cellular Water in Desiccation-Tolerant Cyanobacteria by B S Tiwari and S N Tripathi; Chapter 21: Nutraceutical, Pharmaceutical and Bioactive Potential of Cyanobacteria by N K Rathore, R Raghuvanshi and S Singh. Printed Pages: 307. Seller Inventory # 57799

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The present volume is compendium of wide ranging topics on allied and commercial aspects of algae. It is an assemblage of the up-to-date information of rapid advances and developments taking place in he field of applied phycology. The book is a unique compilation of 21 chapters focussing on algal ecology, algal biofertilizers, toxicology, bioremediation, bioenergy, biotechnology and molecular biology.;;The authors have done a tremendous job of synthesizing all the available informations which will be useful for researchers and students alike. The present book aimed to emphasize on diverse uses of algae. The various information incorporated in the book by authors who are internationally acknowledged experts in the field of phycology. The book has been framed with the intention of providing a sufficient depth of the subject to satisfy the needs at a level which will be comprehensive and interesting. The book will be useful to the students, teachers, scientists and researchers from the different branches of biological, agricultural and pharmaceutical sciences.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Micro-algal Diazotrophs and their Mutants in Natural and Artificial Symbioses by A Vaishampayan, R P Sing,R K Singh, H K Jaiswal, J P Shahi, T Dey, R P N Mishra, S Sharma, H K Sharma and A B Prasad; Chapter 2: Bioprospecting of Marine Algae by J Rath and S P Adhikary; Chapter 3: Fueling the Future: By Microalgae as a Source of Renewable Energy by C Dayananda,R Sarada and G A Ravishankar; Chapter 4: Factprs Influencing Algicide Production by Microcystis sp and its Effect on Selected Cyanobacteria by P Jaiswal,R Prasanna and P K Singh; Chapter 5: Seaweeds as a Human Diet: An Emerging Trend in the New Millennium by P V Subba Rao, Vaibhav A Mantri, K Ganesan and K Suresh Kumar; Chapter 6: Potential Biotechnological Applications of Cyanobacteria by G Abraham; Chapter 7: ChlorophyII Fluorescence Analysis: A Potential Tool for Rapid Measurement of Photosynthesis by Jagar Narayan Maurya; Chapter 8: Botryococcus: A Hydrocarbon Producing Microalga by Yashveer Singh; Chapter 9: Food, Feed and Nutraceutical Applications of Algae by Vushwanath Prasad and R K Gupta; Chapter 10: Nitrogen Fixing Cyanobacteria and their Potential Applications by K K Choudhary, S S Singh and A K Mishra; Chapter 11: Cyanobacterial Hydrogen Metabolism with Special Reference to Transcriptional Regulation of Hydrogenases by D Vyas and R K Gupta; Chapter 12: Algae and Cyanobacteria as the Living Resources for Sustainable Environmental Management by Chandra Bhushan Singh; Chapter 13: Cyanobacterial Remediation of Heavy Metal Pollution by M R Suseela and Kiran Toppo; Heavy Metal Toxicity to Rice Field Cyanobacteria by Mithir Kumar Das; Chapter 15: Cyanobacterial Toxins: Risks and Impacts on Human Health by B V Singh and Shalini Singh; Chapter 16: Algae and Disease Prevention by U K Chaturvedi and Iqbal Habib; Chapter 17: Molecular Approaches to Cyanobacteria by S Singh, B V Singh and D W Dhar; Chapter 18: Organic Farming and Environmental Biodiversity by Y V Singh; Chapter 19: Cyanobacteria as a Source of Pharmaceutical Compounds by V D Pandey, R K Gupta and S K Singh; Chapter 20: Cellular Water in Desiccation-Tolerant Cyanobacteria by B S Tiwari and S N Tripathi; Chapter 21: Nutraceutical, Pharmaceutical and Bioactive Potential of Cyanobacteria by N K Rathore, R Raghuvanshi and S Singh. Printed Pages: 307. Seller Inventory # 57799

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T Nirmala Devi

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About this Item: Gyan, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword/A.N. Ram. Preface. List of contributors. Introduction/T. Nirmala Devi. I. India's role in BIMSTEC 1. India and BIMSTEC experiment with sub regional cooperation/P.V. Rao. 2. India's role in BIMSTEC prospects and problems/A. Lakshmana Chetty. 3. India's trade and investment opportunities in BIMSTEC/Indra Nath Mukherji and Nawal K. Paswan. 4. India's new regionalism in Asia Look East and BIMSTEC interface/Tridib Chakraborthy. II. Cooperation in trade and investment in BIMSTEC 5. Challenges and opportunities for BIMSTEC/K.C. Reddy. 6. Economic cooperation in BIMSTEC emerging trends and prospects/T. Nirmala Devi. 7. Regional economic arrangements understanding the growth of BIMSTEC/Padmaja Murthy. 8. Evolution of BIMSTEC towards a Bay of Bengal economic community/P. Leela. 9. Possibilities of cooperation in BIMSTEC countries/K. Sreerama Murthy K. Sailaja and R. Radha. III. Political perspectives on BIMSTEC 10. Development of BIMSTEC nature and direction challenges and issues/B.C. Upreti. 11. Political and foreign policy perspectives of BIMSTEC/M. Chandrasekhar and G. Ravi Kumar Rao. 12. Indo Sri Lanka maritime co operation implications on The Bay of Bengal/V. Srilatha. 13. Re envisioning India Myanmar Relations/B. Meena Rao and S. Subba Rao. 14. A study on India's political economic relations with some BIMSTEC nations/A. Vanajamani. IV. Cooperation in science and technology in BIMSTEC 15. Coastal and oceanic resources of Bay of Bengal scope for scientific and technical collaboration/P. Rajendra Prasad. 16. Some views on possible collaboration in science and technology among Bay of Bengal economic community with emphasis on space earth and atmospheric sciences/A. Narayana Swamy and A. Sivaparvathi. 17. International cooperation in BIMSTEC for marine archaeology/E.V. Gangadharam. V. Human development and other aspects of BIMSTEC 18. The Asian drama of BIMSTEC SAARC and ASEAN countries/G. Ramachandrudu Ch. Appa Rao and A. Rajani. 19. Strategies for the achievement of regional cooperation in BIMSTEC with special focus on road transport/D. Panduranga Rao and K.V. Mohan Kumar. 20. Disaster management and BIMSTEC special focus on Indian scenario/C. Praseeda. 21. Social and economic aspects of development in BIMSTEC with special focus on women/P. Tara Kumari. 22. Gender mainstreaming in trade policies in BIMSTEC/B. Ratnakumari. 23. Gender inequity in BIMSTEC countries an overview/G. Lakshmi and S. Vanaja Rani. Appendices. Index. The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi Sectoral Techno Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) is a sub regional grouping. It is positively perceived as a bridge between the SAARC and the ASEAN regional groupings as it embraces five SAARC members viz. Bangladesh India Sri Lanka Nepal and Bhutan and two ASEAN members Myanmar and Thailand around the Bay of Bengal and the Eastern Coast of the Indian Ocean. Formed in 1997 with the main objective of promoting cooperation among the contiguous countries of the Bay of Bengal the BIMSTEC has identified six agreed areas of cooperation viz. trade and investment technology transport and communication energy tourism and fisheries. With the changing image and the recent economic clout India's increasing engagement with the ASEAN nations collectively and individually is a positive step in the direction of its Look East Policy. Though not all potential areas of sub regional cooperation in the BIMSTEC have received adequate attention in this volume it is yet a pioneering effort in launching an exclusive collected work on the subject as the literature on the BIMSTEC is very inadequate and wanting. 390 pp. Seller Inventory # 63634

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About this Item: New Century Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Editor's note on the book. 1. Strategic human resources management advantage/V.Sita. 2. Strategic HRM a stakeholder approach/P. Krishna. 3. Philosophical approach to talent management/Vishnumurty Narra. 4. HR issues and challenges a study of Indian BPO industry/Chikati Srinu and Palmakula Komraiah. 5. Mapping the HR function on the strategy highway/Sairam Chavali. 6. Compensation system in Central public sector enterprises/Sridhar Raj. 7. Job stress levels of executives a case study/K. Satyanand and J. Vara Prasad Reddy. 8. Impact of training methods on performance of insurance officers/Shivaram S. Vinjamuri. 9. Impact of MNCs on Employer employees relations in India/A.R. Aryasri and S. Suman Babu. 10. Training and development strategies in the globalized era/R. Satya Raju. 11. Behaviour modification an approach to curtail bozo explosion/G. Prageetha Raju and M. Madhuri. 12. HR Policy of banks for better work life balance/B.K. Swain. 13. Career development and succession planning/Srikanta Kumar Padhi and T. Rajani Nagesh. 14. Performance management a strategic approach/M. Manohar Babu and D. Prathyusha. 15. Skilled workforce shortage a meta review/P.S. Sanitha and Drushti Avarani. 16. Issues in mergers and acquisitions/Siddarth Menon and K. Narendranath. 17. HR outsourcing for small and medium enterprises in India/S. Durga Prasad and S.R. Subba Rao. 18. HR initiatives for organizational transformation/A.K. Srinivas. 19. Talent management in India/V.V. Ramani and T. Rajani Nagesh. 20. Effective recruitment and retention strategies/A. Jagan Mohan Reddy and Savitha Dasgaonker. 21. Talent management practices/P. Anitha Kumari and V.Sita. 22. Strategic positioning through training a study of Indian airlines/V. Sita and J. Venugopal. Index. HRM relates to formulation of strategies by business entities concerning selection training and rewarding of their personnel. The subject has assumed added significance in the wake of liberalization and globalization trends sweeping across the world. In the face of intense competition unleashed by market oriented reforms firms are vying with each other to acquire competitive advantage to prosper in business and in many cases to survive in business. Every possible strategy is being applied to achieve the explicit and implicit objectives of the firm. HRM has emerged as an important ingredient of the policy mix to score points over the existing and potential competitors. This book brings together a collection of papers showcasing the best practices and success stories relating to human resources management in Indian organizations. It provides a rich source of information for practitioners and scholars who wish to further their knowledge of HRM practices from an Indian point of view. 278 pp. Seller Inventory # 71820

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M K Satapathy

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About this Item: Shipra, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Man and environment human dimension of environmental concern and sustainable development/M.K. Satapathy. 2. Environment education philosophy structure and nature/D. Dash and M.K. Satapathy. 3. Environmental and ecological programmes in higher education/J.G. Ray. 4. Perspectives of environmental education in college and university/S.C. Santra. 5. Environment and sustainable development concept model and principles/Dipak De. 6. Education for sustainable development issues and concerns/M.K. Satapathy and D. Dash. 7. Education for sustainable development in the context of teacher education programme/M.K. Satapathy and D. Dash. 8. Equity environment conservation and sustainable development/B.P. Sahu and P. Ghildayal. 9. Need and importance of value education for environmental conservation and sustainable development/M.K. Satapathy and D. Dash. 10. Biodiversity and its conservation strategies for sustainable development/A.S. Dixit and M.K. Satapathy. 11. Women's education environmental sustainability and national development/K.K. Tiwari. 12. Environment biodiversity conservation and sustainable development in the perspective of education/N.C. Datta. 13. Understanding microbes for biosphere sustainability/B.N. Bisoyi. 14. Role of mass media in promoting environmental conservations and sustainable development/B.N. Neelima. 15. Ecological concerns and environment friendly agriculture/Shivadhar Singh. 16. Indigenous technology eco friendly environment and sustainable agriculture/P.S. Sivakumar N. Nedunchezhiyan and R.C. Ray. 17. Community participation in management of forest resources and sustainable development/N. Subba Rao. 18. Women and environment the gender difference/Dipak De. 19. Community awareness for sustainable development a case study from Bhubaneswar/A.K. Patra and Paramita Pramanik. References and bibliography. Index. Education is considered to be a powerful tool for socioeconomic development environmental protection and improving the quality of life. The book describes various issues and concerns of environment and sustainable development starting with human dimension of environmental conservation and sustainable development to perspectives of environmental education at school and college level with emphasis on structural and philosophy of environmental education models and principles of sustainable development teacher education value education women education and gender issues in environmental sustainability. The current concern for conservation of natural resources especially biodiversity has been emphasized in the perspectives of education. The book is an outstanding contribution supported with data diagrams flow charts and illustrations. It will be useful to students teachers academicians and researchers from the field of science as well as social science having interest in the fields of environmental education and sustainable development. 324 pp. Seller Inventory # 65540

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K D Sharma and B Soni

Published by Atlantic, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8126905840 ISBN 13: 9788126905843

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About this Item: Atlantic, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. I. Diversification need of the hour 1. Land use diversification for sustainable rainfed agriculture in the 21 century/Kapil D. Sharma and Harish P. Singh. 2. Crop diversification in rainfed regions of India/K.P.R. Vittal G. Ravindra Chary C.A. Rama Rao and G.R.M. Sankar. II. Natural resources dynamics 3. Agroclimatic characterization need concept and methodology/Y.S. Ramakrishna G.G.S.N. Rao A.V.R. Kesava Rao and P. Vijaya Kumar. 4. Status dynamics livelihood contribution and policy issues of water as a common pool resource/Prasanta Kumar Mishra. 5. Characterization and nutrient management of soils of rainfed Agro Ecosystem/K.L. Sharma. 6. Efficient crops and cropping systems in rainfed agriculture/G. Subba Reddy and V. Maruthi. 7. Improved farm implements for rainfed regions/V.M. Mayande. III. Alternate land uses 8. Alternate land use based on climate soils and crop suitability/K.V. Rao. 9. Alternate land uses under rainfed agriculture/G.R. Korwar. 10. Agri horticultural systems for rainfed areas/J.V. Rao and S. Sujatha. 11. Land use diversification with alternate high value crops in rainfed areas potential and prospects/G. Pratibha and G.R. Korwar. 12. Diversification of rainfed agriculture through commercial tree plantation/L.N. Harsh. 13. Land use diversification for industrial biomass production/J.V.N.S. Prasad. 14. Forests as common pool resource role of JFM/CFM/Mohammed Osman. 15. Wasteland development/J.V. Rao. 16. Integration of livestock in land use diversification/A.K. Misra. 17. Rainwater harvesting technologies in rainfed diversified Agro ecosystem/Virendra Kumar and P.K. Singh. IV. Case studies 18. Sustainable management of land and water resources for achieving food security in the rainfed areas/Prabhakar Pathak. 19. Land use diversification key to system profitability and sustainability in dry sub humid region of eastern Uttar Pradesh/S.R. Singh. 20. Land use diversification in Central India/G.S. Rajput. 21. New strategy for augmenting productivity of degraded lands/R.C. Yadav. V. Capacity building 22. International agricultural trading issues and strategies in crop land use diversification/K.V. Subrahmanyam. 23. Adult and action learning for community mobilization/Sreenath Dixit and Yvonne Orlando. Rainfed agriculture has a distinct place in Indian agriculture occupying 68 per cent of the total cultivated area and supporting 40 per cent of human and 60 per cent of livestock population. Agriculture in rainfed areas continues to be a gamble because farmers in the rainfed region face many uncertainties. In the light of growing population and demand to increase the food production especially in the developing countries with arid and semi arid climate this book mainly focuses on the land use diversification involving multi disciplinary approaches for sustainability in the rainfed regions. The present book consists of twenty three articles in all by experts from various Central and State Government Organisations Agricultural Universities and Research Organisations concerned with rainfed agriculture. These articles covering various aspects of land use diversification for sustainable rainfed agriculture have been arranged into five sections (a) Diversification need of the hour (b) Natural Resources dynamics (c) Alternate land uses (d) Case studies and (e) Capacity building. Each of the articles is highly informative and it is hoped that this book will give an interesting insight into the varied rainfed agriculture related problems in India. It highlights the possible measures sustainable management of land and water resources land use diversification alternate land uses based on climate soil and crop suitability etc. that would help increase the cropland as well as crop and fodder production in rainfed areas. The present book enriched with selected case studies will be particularly useful for students teachers researchers and scientists working in the area of rainfed agriculture and agricultural. Seller Inventory # 60877

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A J Solomon Raju

Published by Today and Tomorrow, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8170194423 ISBN 13: 9788170194422

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About this Item: Today and Tomorrow, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Monitoring of forest fires/biomass burning satellite remote sensing approach/A. Narayana Swamy and A. Siva Parvathi. 2. Rhythm of spore shedding in marine algae/G. Subba Rangaiah. 3. Effect of autumn winter season on the development of insect pollinators in temperate zone of Himachal Pradesh/K.L. Kakar. 4. Pollen and pollinator resources of Kerala part of Western Ghats South India/P. Padmanabhan and K.A. Sujana. 5. Palynological studies on some species of Gesneriaceae/V.K. Jaimsha Rani S. Mini G. Valsaladevi and P.M. Radhamany. 6. Role of bees as pollinators of tropical forest species and need for conserving their diversity/K.R. Sasidharan and C. Kunhikannan. 7. Reproductive biology of jatropha integerrima jacq/Gauri Gupta Seema Chauhan and S.V.S. Chauhan. 8. Studies on factors affecting worker ovary development in Apis cerana indica Fab/P.T. Smitha Shruthi and N.S. Bhat. 9. Management of laying worker colonies of Apis cerana indica in relation to pollen feeding/P.T. Smitha Shruthi and N.S. Bhat. 10. A study on some aspects of pollination biology of winter ornamental plants/J.A. Tidke and R.O. Dharamkar. 11. Pollination ecology of some seasonal ornamental plants/J.A. Tidke and R.O. Dharamkar. 12. Pollen allergy incidence in India an overview/K. Henry Jonathan. 13. Anthesis schedules and pollen release in some forage plants of bees/A.J. Solomon Raju and S. Purnachandra Rao. 14. Relationships of Xylocopa bees with pollen flowers/Rashda Zafar and A.J. Solomon Raju. 15. Pollen flora of honey bees during summer season at Visakhapatnam/P. Kiran Kumari and A.J. Solomon Raju.16. Effect of bee attractants on bee visits and yield parameters of Mech 184 BT Hybrid cotton/K. Ganapathi and Shashidhar Viraktamath. Pollen grains are male reproduction units. They are small and formed in the anthers of flowering plants. Abiotic and biotic agents transfer pollen to the receptive site of stigma. Among biotic agents bees are the most important pollen vectors and have established intimate interactive relationships with flowers. The pollen grains carry different kinds of nutrients and upon arrival at the receptive stigma they germinate and continue their growth to the embryo sac in ovary of the flower. Each plant species has evolved a characteristic type of pollen depending on the mode of pollen transport and requirements for pollination process. The pollen characteristics are distinguishable by their outer form chemical composition and nutrient content. They are useful in Paleopalynology and melissopalynology. Paleopalynology refers to the identification of paleontological discoveries while melissopalynology to the identification of geographic and botanical origin of honeys. Morphological characteristics of pollen such as structure size colour and form are important in the reconstruction of vegetation climate of the past and plant diversity. Further they are key issues in plant taxonomy evolution and breeding and in identification of food sources and construction of foraging routes of foragers. Pollen is considered to be a marvelous medium for the growth of fungi and bacteria. Pollen composition varies from species to species. It contains proteins sugars starch amino acids and lipids as major components. The amino acids essential to humans are found in pollen. The polysaccharides such as callose pectin cellulose and lignin sporopollenin are predominant in pollen. Studies show that the pollen on a weight or calorie content basis is rich in protein fat minerals and vitamins when compared to the occurrence of such components in foods such as fried chicken beef baked beans apple raw cabbage tomatoes etc. suggesting that pollen is a substantial source of essential nutrients. Pollen is frequently considered as the perfect complete food. Numerous stories exist about the powers of pollen with reference to its nutritional value. One notable story is that high performance athletes eat pollen considering it as a miracle food to enhance their perfo. Seller Inventory # 62649

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M C Reddeppa Reddy and P Adinarayana Reddy

Published by The Associated Pub, Ambala Cantt (2007)

ISBN 10: 8184290551 ISBN 13: 9788184290554

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About this Item: The Associated Pub, Ambala Cantt, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. I. Education and Women Empowerment 1. Sustainable education and women empowerment/M.C. Reddeppa Reddy. 2. Inter linking the sustainable education with the women empowerment/Padma. 3. Literacy for women empowerment and sustainable development/P. Adinarayana Reddy and D. Uma Devi. 4. Education as a key for women development a review/K. Santha Kumari. II. Approaches for women empowerment 5. Women's empowerment needs a radical approach/T. Kumaraswamy K.G. Bharathi and E. Bhuvaneswara Chowdary. 6. Strategies for sustainable education and women's empowerment/R. Yasoda. 7. New initiatives for promoting girls education/M.T.V. Nagaraju. 8. Strategies for empowerment of farm women/A. Sailaja. 9. Household drudgery educating women on household technologies/R.B. Sathyavathi and R. Madhavi. 10. Factors influencing sustainable education and women empowerment/K. Nachimuthu and G. Vijayakumari. 11. Facets of women empowerment/T.S. Sastry and N.R. Subrahmanyam. III. Organisations and women empowerment 12. Women empowerment and distance education/S. Thavamani. 13. Education for women role of directorate of distance education/S.V. Subba Reddy and G. Manjula. 14. Role of continuing education centres in sustainable education with special reference to deprived communities/E.R. Subrahmanyam. 15. Role of correspondence courses in sustainable higher education in India/D. Pulla Rao. 16. Community empowerment role of rural reconstruction and development society/V. Gangi Reddy. 17. Role of women in sustaining women's empowerment/V. Satyaseelan. 18. Empowerment of women in political participation/B.S. Vasudeva Rao K. Baby Sarojani and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 19. Education for the promotion of gender equality/K. Sudha Rani R. Smpoorna and K.G. Bharathi. Women constitutes half of the total population in the world and they perform an estimated 60 per cent of the world's work but own only one percent of the world's land and earn just 10 percent of the world's income. Further they are denied with the right to education intellectual obscurantism in the patriarchal society. Even though they are contributing for the national development their work is unrecognized and uncounted. As a result of this they lagged behind in all spheres of life and suffering from chronic malnutrition hygiene in the home and ignorance heightens their conditions. Recognizing their potentialities and to convert them as active human resources the Government of India has formulated and implemented education and welfare programmes. Inspite of these efforts their position has not altered significantly. An attempt has been made in this volume to document the various strategies adapted for women sustainable education and their empowerment. There are 19 papers in this volume arranged in three sections viz. Education and women empowerment Approaches for women empowerment and organizations and women empowerment. This book has been designed to meet the requirements of students general readers policy makers and administrators. 208 pp. Seller Inventory # 65573

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V Subramanyam

Published by Rawat, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8131601315 ISBN 13: 9788131601310

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About this Item: Rawat, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword/J.M. Naidu. Introduction/V. Subramanyam. I. Indigenous knowledge systems 1. Indigenous knowledge systems of local people/V.R. Rao. 2. Technology of tribal and rural artisans and handicrafts/J.M. Naidu. 3. Knowledge systems hierarchies and relevance/V. Sudarsen and S. Sumathi. 4. Technology is the route to progress a view from the study of prehistoric material culture/S. Krishna Rao. 5. Creative excellence of tribal Continuity of indigenous knowledge for sustenance/Gopa Chakrabarti. 6. Hidden wisdom behind the primitive huts/Jesurathnam Devarapalli. 7. Indigenous housing pattern and architecture an appraisal/P. Venkata Rao. 8. Dynamics of indigenous knowledge a case study of Cyclopean Technology in Eastern Ghats/P. Vijaya Prakash. II. Traditional Subsistence Systems 9. Use of traditional technologies in the subsistence activities and sustainable development a study among primitive tribes of Visakha Agency Andhra Pradesh/P. Durga Rao and V. Subramanyam. 10. The Horticulturists of Central Nicobar Islands a study of indigenous production system/K. Ravi. 11. Simple technologies and complicated linkages From Siwalik Hills to Eastern Ghats/Rajesh Patnaik and B.V.R. Prasad. 12. Science and application of indigenous technological knowledge for sustenance among the Abhujh Maria/Samira Dasgupta. 13. Sustainable development in relation to traditional wisdom of Bison Horn Maria/Amitabha Sarkar. 14. Toddy Tapping Technology a means of economic subsistence/K. Viswanatha Reddy. 15. Indigenous knowledge and subsistence systems some observations among the primitive tribal groups of Andhra Pradesh/G.V. Ramana. III. Traditional Health Care Systems 16. Survival of Ethnomedicine in the modern medical world a study among the Kadar Tribe of Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary in Tamil Nadu/K. Sasicoumar Brumot. 17. Ethnomedicine and the traditional treatment a case study of the Irular of Tamil Nadu/Shaik Abdul Azeez Saheb. 18. Gods in the Garb of Healers an interface between indigenous knowledge and the supernatural/K.E. Rajpramukh and P.D.S. Pal Kumar. 19. Traditional practices in mother and child health care among tribal populations of North Coastal Andhra Pradesh/V.L. Narasimha Rao and P. Durga Rao. 20. Papikondala Treatment a practice of indigenous medicine among tribal folk in Andhra Pradesh/B.Y. Venkateswarlu and R. Santha Rao. 21. Dietary practices in some nomadic tribes of Andhra Pradesh problems and perspectives/S. Narahari. 22. Human genetics in the service of tribal health/G. Paddaiah. IV. Traditional folk media 23. Folklore and traditional folk media technologies in rural and tribal areas of Andhra Pradesh an anthropological perspective/V. Subramanyam. 24. Folklore and traditional folk media technologies/Magimai Pragasam. 25. Traditional education the role of teaching technology/K.P. Subba Rao. 26. Role of Traditional Youth Dormitory in Muduvan Community of Tamil Nadu/S.D. Jeachandirane Siva. 27. Language and culture a study in acculturation and loss/S. Manoharan. V. Indigenous science resource management and sustainable development 28. Indigenous science traditional techniques and tribal development some reflections from Nilgiri Hills Tamil Nadu/Jakka Parthasarathy. 29. Traditional knowledge and sustainable resource management among the Savaras of Srikakulam Andhra Pradesh/Arun Kumar Singh. 30. Remote Sensing vs Indigenous technologies in Watershed development in Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu/P. Sudhakara Reddy and V. Narayana Reddy. 31. Traditional non chemical agricultural practices among the Tribes of Visakha Agency in Andhra Pradesh/V. Subramanyam. 32. Utilization of indigenous technology by the tribes for the sustainable development/T. Subramanyam Naidu. Contributors. Indigenous knowledge is the informal knowledge that exists in local societies as against formal knowledge developed by the universities and research institutions of modern society. Indigenous knowledge of a human group covers a wide range of its members. Seller Inventory # 67771

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Himanshu Sekhar Rout,S. Bhyrava Murthy

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About this Item: New Century Publications, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Human development demands that all social groups have equal access to the services provided by the State and equal opportunity for upward economic and social mobility. It is also necessary to ensure that there is no discrimination against any section of the society. The Constitution of India contains various provisions for the development of marginalized groups. Their individual and collective growth, however, cannot be ensured without improving their surroundings and providing basic necessities of life. The major challenges of human development in India are (a) measurement and aggregation of human development, (b) manifestation of poverty in all dimensions of human life, (c) drop out and stagnation in primary education, (d) more demand for higher education than the available facilities, (e) decontextualization of present system of education (f) persistent regional disparities and social inequalities (g) unregulated human activities and unsustainable use of environmental resources and (h) gross under valuation of women?s economic contribution. The book, consisting of 24 scholarly articles, provides valuable material on various dimensions of human development in India. It also makes practicable recommendations in this context. CONTENTS CONTENTS 1. Trends in Human Development among SAARC Countries - M. Indira and V.G. Siddaraju; 2. Human Development: A Citizenship Approach - Sujay Ghosh; 3. Robust Relation among Human Development and Economic Freedom - An Empirical Study on South Asian Perspective - Rajni Kapoor; 4. Gender Equality: An Important Issue of Human Development - Umesh Chandra Pati; 5. Role of Geographical Indications for Economic Empowerment and Human Development: Evidences from a GI Registered Product - P. Nayak; 6. Public Expenditure and Human Development in India - Ranjeeta; 7. Dimensions of Poverty and its Regional Variation - Ruchira Bhattacharya; 8. Human Development, other Side of the Coin of National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS) - B. Suresh Babu; 9. Role of National Rural Employment Guarantee in Human Development - Atulya Bhoi and Yoginder Singh; 10. Role of Governance towards Growth and Human Development - Sangram Kumar Rout; 11. Dynamics of Health Status and Health Care in Assam - Dukhabandhu Sahoo; 12. Trends and Patterns of Health Expenditure in Andhra Pradesh - T. Subba Lakshmi; 13. Infrastructure and Human Development in India- Narayan Chandra Nayak; 14. Exclusion of Social Infrastructure Menace to Human Development in India - L. Ganesan; 15. Education and Human Development - M. Indira; 16. Education, Food Security and Human Development in Orissa - Bidyadhar Majhi; 17. Technology and its Impact on Human Development - K. Joseph Raj; 18. Human Development and Environmental Quality: Issues of Harmony and Conflict - Nirmal Chandra Sahu; 19. Impact of Environmental Degradation on Human Development - Barun Kumar Thakur; 20. Sustainable Development and Human Development as a Two Way Relationship: A Case for Clean Cooking Fuels for Indian Rural Households - Robin Singhal; 21. Challenges in Human Development: A Case Study of West Bengal - Mitrajit Chatterjee; 22. Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index and Human Development - Y. Venkata Rao and B. Thrinadha Rao; 23. Gender Discrimination in the Recognition of Work and Earnings in Rural India - Swarna Sadasivam Vepa; 24. Factors behind Low Yield of Rice in Assam - Dipali Bosumatari and Phanindra Goyari Printed Pages: 440. Seller Inventory # 53231

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edited by P.K. Misra, H.K. Bhat and K.K. Misra

Published by Rawat Publications (2012)

ISBN 10: 8131605345 ISBN 13: 9788131605349

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About this Item: Rawat Publications, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction. 1. Understanding tribes and their socio-cultural ethos for a sustainable policy for their development/S.N. Ratha. 2. Policies and issues in the bio-cultural development of scheduled tribes/P.K. Misra. 3. Applied anthropology development and cultural diversity/P.R.G. Mathur. 4. The concept of tribe in the Indian context/T.B. Subba. 5. Tribal development and security of land/P. Ishwara Bhat. 6. Tribal development in north-east India vis-a-vis national integration: an overview/R.K. Kar. 7. Genetic architecture of Indian people/V.R. Rao and A. Cahndrasekar. 8. Bio cultural aspect of sickle cell trait in tribal populations of India/R.S. Negi. . Notwithstanding the attention paid to the welfare of India's scheduled tribes during the six and a half decades of independence, these tribes are still at the bottom level of human development within the country. They are gradually being dispossessed of whatever resources they had under their control in the past. In fact, the modern development paradigm cannot address the problems of these people and there is an urgent need for an alternative paradigm. This present book, which is an outcome of a national seminar in India, discusses this lack of development among the country's scheduled tribes. The book contains papers on nutrition and growth, tribal economy, tribal development, the concept of tribe, health care, disease, etc. promises to be of immense value for social scientists policy makers and administrators. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 110315

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Edited by M.K.Satapathy

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About this Item: Shipra Publications, 2010. Contents Foreword Preface 1 Man and Environment Human Dimension of Environmental Concerns and Sustainable DevelopmenM K Satapathy 2 Environmental Education Philosophy Structure and NatureD Dash and and MK Satapathy 3 Environmental and Ecological Programmes in Higher EducationJG Ray 4 Perspectives of Environmental Education in College and University Environment and Sustainable Development Concept Model and PrinciplesDipak De 5 Education for Sustainable Development Issues and ConcernsMK Satapathy and D Dash 6 Education for Sustainable Development in the Context of Teacher Education ProgrammeMK Satapathy and D Dash 7 Equity Environmental Conservation and Sustainable DevelopmentBP Sahu and P Ghildayal 8 Need and Importance of Value Education for Environinental Conservation and Sustainable DevelopmentMK Satapathy and D Dash 9 Biodiversity arid its Conservation Strategies for Sustainable DevelopmentAS Dixit and MK Satapathy 10 Womens Education Environmental Sustainability and National DevelopmentKK Tiwari 11 Environment Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Development in the Perspective of EducationNc Datta 12 Understanding Microbes for Biosphere SustainabilityRN Bisoyi 13 Role of Mass Media in Promoting Environmental Conservation and Sustainable DevelopmentBN Neelima 14 Ecological Concerns and Environment-friendly AgricultureShivadhar Singh 15Indigenous Technology Eco-friendly Environment and Sustainable AgriculturePS Sivakumar M Nedunchezhiyan and R C Ray 16Community Participation in Management of Forest Resources and Sustainable DevelopmentN Subba Rao 17 Women and Environment The Gender Difference-Dipak De 18 Community Awareness for Sustainable Development A Case Study from BhubaneswarAK Patra and Paramita Pramanick References and Bibliography IndexEducation is considered to be a powerful tool for socio-economic development environmental protection and improving the quality of life The book describes various issues and concerns of environment and sustainable development starting with human dimension of environmental conservation and sustainable development to perspectives of environmental education at school and college level with emphasis on structural and philosophy of environmental education models and principles of sustainable development teacher education value education women education and gender issues in environmental sustainability The current concern for conservation of natural resources especially biodiversity has been emphasized in the perspectives of educationThe book is an outstanding contribution supported with data diagrams flow charts and illustrations It will be useful to students teachers academicians and researchers from the field of science as well as social science having interest in the fields of environmental education and sustainable development 324 pp. Seller Inventory # 90922

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Mihir Kumar Das

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Algal biotechnology has come a long way since the early days of agronomy/mariculture for food use and the recovery of agars, carrageenans and alginates. Our increasing knowledge of algal physiology and biochemistry, combined with genetic engineering is opening up new vistas. The application of the ability to grow microalgae to very high yields in bioreactors, to a percentage of a theoretical maximum, as opposed to ponds, holds great promise for the future of algal biotechnology. At the macroalgal side possibilities on the horizon involve their use as a source of antifoulants, the possible use of sulfated polysaccharides in biomedical applications and the possibility of genetically engineering macroalgae to provide deterrence to microbial pathogens in mariculture. In the final analysis the expanded future of applying algal biotechnology for good, new and imaginative use must lie in ensuring that good science is tied to good economics.;The present volume is a compilation of 20 chapters which discuss on the industrial applications in the field of biological nitrogen fixation, nutraceuticals and other bioactive compounds. Recent advances in cyanobacteria for bioactive compounds, active against a number of disease causing bacteria, viruses and fungi, their significant potential for colorants, polysaccharides, pharmaceuticals and pharmacological probes and also in the field of environment protection have been reflected in most of the chapters. This book will open a new vista in the field of algal biotechnology.; The aim of bringing out of this book is to bring together the multi-disciplinary researches going around the world in the area of Algal Biotechnology and to disseminate information on the latest information on algae and this has been made possible only by the contribution of articles by the nationally and internationally acclaimed authors. The book will be useful to the students, teachers, scientists and researchers from the different branches of microbiology, plant science and biotechnology.;;Contents;Chapter 1: The Algal Industry Survey by Mark Edwards; Chapter 2: Prospective in Diatom Nanotechnology by Jannendra Rath, Sikha Mandal and Bijaya Kumar Padhi; Chapter 3: Programmed Cell Death: An Integral Event in the Development of Algae and Higher Organisms by Shiv Shanker Pandey, Vivek Ambashtha and Budhi Sagar Tiwari; Chapter 4: Spirulina: The Superfood and Medicine by Preeti Das, A.K. Mishra and Mihir K. Das; Chapter 5: Application of Seaweeds as Food: A Scenario by P.V. Subba Rao, K. Ganesan and K. Suresh Kumar; Chapter 6: UV-B Radiation-Induced Stress and Protection Strategies in Cyanobacteria by R.P. Sinha, M.B. Tyagi, Sushil Kumar and Ashok Kumar; Chapter 7: Growth Response of Cyanobacteria from Sandy Soil and Mine Waste Burdened Soil to Different Environmental Variables by Pramila Tripathy and S.P. Adhikary; Chapter 8: The Impact of Fungicides on Rice Field Cyanobacteria by Anshuman Das and Mihir Kumar Das; Chapter 9: Role of Blue Green Algae in Rice Production by Y.V. Singh; Chapter 10: Biotechnological Relevance of Microbes in Agriculture by Rajan Kumar Gupta; Chapter 11: Lipids and Fatty Acids from Marine Algae: A Potential Biofuel Resource by S. Chakraborty and T. Bhattacharya; Chapter 12: Algal Biodiesel: Procedures and Resources for Laboratory Study by Simrat Kaur, H.K. Gogoi, R.B. Srivastava and M.C. Kalita; Chapter 13: Industrial Utilization of Algal Fatty Acids by S.B. Padhi, P.K. Swain, S.K. Behera and G. Behera; Chapter 14: Cyanobacterial Toxins by Anjana Pandey and Archana Tiwari; Chapter 15: Algae and the Human Affairs in the 21st Printed Pages: 315. Seller Inventory # 56079

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V B Jugale

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8186771573 ISBN 13: 9788186771570

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Economic reforms development and globalisation 1. Post WTO era state activism economic opportunities and challenges/D.K. Nauriyal. 2. The economic development landscape generated by statistical spatial domain analysis/Masudul Alam Choudhury and Mohammad Shahadat Hossain. 3. Economic reforms inequality and poverty in Ghana/John V. Mensah and Isaac K. Acheampongb. 4. Consumer interest under WTO/Geetanjali R. Urankar. 5. Capital flows in ASEAN countries/Gautam Murthy. 6. Indian economy globalisation and world economic reforms/Geetanjali Sharma and Sandeepa Malhotra. 7. Impact of globalisation on Indian economy/M. Raja Sekhara Babu. 8. India's foreign trade with SAARC in the globalisation ERA facts and possibilities. 9. Global property rights in genetic resources an economic assessment/Clem Tisdell. II. Agriculture industrial relations and technology 10. Role of Bangladesh small industries and commerce bank in promoting small scale enterprises a critical assessment/Md. Saiful Islam Mihir Kumar Das and Md. Khairuzzaman. 11. Technology transfer in international joint ventures/Ruchi Sharma and T.V.S. Ramamohan Rao. 12. The impact of agricultural finance on agricultural output in Nigeria/Muftau A. Ijaiya and Gafar T. Ijaiya. 13. WTO and Indian agriculture issues and concerns/K. Dasaratharamaiah. 14. Globalisation is it driving industrial relations in reverse gear/P. Subba Rao. III. Education and women in development 15. Education and unemployment in Kerala challenges ahead/Dolly Sunny. 16. Women in development a case study on selected rural areas of Bangladesh/Saiful Islam and Nourin Shabnam. 17. Intra household resource allocation and bargaining power of the women using micro credit in Bangladesh/Shahnaz Taranuum Abdullah and Munir Hassan. 18. Estimating the impact of gender inequality in education on the well being of women in Nigeria/Gafar T. Ijaiya and I.O. Balogun. 19. Education and health in Kerala/P. Arunachalam. 20. Women health care burdens and Ill being in Sub Saharan Africa evidence from a cross country analysis/Gafar T. Ijaiya. IV. Poverty child labour and human development 21. World failing poverty pledges towards the millennium development Goals. 22. Poverty and human development a status report of Andhra Pradesh/T. Prabhakar Reddy. 23. Poverty and girl child labour a study in brick Kilns/Siddhartha Sarkar. 24. Eradication of worst forms of child labour in hazardous working environment a case of Bidi factories in Bangladesh/M. Zulfiquar Ali Islam and A.H.M. Zehadul Karim. 25. Socio economic disparity in North eastern regions of India prospective challenges and opportunities/D. Rudra Prakash Pradhan. The structural adjustment programmes are basically the reforms programmes designed for the socialist and mixed economies. The stabilization policies are the policy programmes designed to bring the short term economic balances. The SAP programmes paved the way to liberalisation and globalization for widening the market economies. With the expansion of globalisation programmes the poverty issues became debatable. The studies reflect mixed reactions about the issue. However the quality of human development activities along with globalisation processes has preceded the global efforts towards the favourabilities. The individual rationality in fact is improving with the introduction of competition in the markets. The market economies normally prefer to have a competition and the transitory economies the challenges of the globalisation have been converted into opportunities with proper policy and reforms initiatives essential for maintaining the competition and liberalisation in the system. 506 pp. Seller Inventory # 57267

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Rajan Kumar Gupta and Vidya Dhar Pandey

Published by Daya, Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8170354765 ISBN 13: 9788170354765

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About this Item: Daya, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Micro algal diazotrophs and their mutants in natural and artificial symbioses/A. Vaishampayan R.P. Singh R.K. Singh H.K. Jaiswal J.P. Shahi T. Dey R.P.N. Mishra S. Sharma H.K. Sharma and A.B. Prasad. 2. Bioprospecting of marine algae/J. Rath and S.P. Adhikary. 3. Fueling the future by microalgae as a source of renewable energy/C. Dayananda R. Sarada and G.A. Ravishankar. 4. Factors influencing algicide production by microcystis sp and its effect on selected cyanobacteria/P. Jaiswal R. Prasanna and P.K. Singh. 5. Seaweeds as a human diet an emerging trend in the new millennium/P.V. Subba Rao Vaibhav A. Mantri K. Ganesan and K. Suresh Kumar. 6. Potential biotechnological applications of cyanobacteria/G. Abraham. 7. Chlorophyll fluorescence analysis a potential tool for rapid measurement of photosynthesis/Jagar Narayan Maurya. 8. Botryococcus a hydrocarbon producing microalga/Yashveer Singh. 9. Food feed and nutraceutical applications of algae/Vishwanath Prasad and R.K. Gupta. 10. Nitrogen fixing cyanobacteria and their potential applications/K.K. Choudhary S.S. Sing and A.K. Mishra. 11. Cyanobacterial hydrogen metabolism with special reference to transcriptional regulation of hydrogenases/D. Vyas and R.K. Gupta. 12. Algae and cyanobacteria as the living resources for sustainable environmental management/Chandra Bhushan Singh. 13. Cyanobacterial remediation of heavy metal pollution/M.R. Suseela and Kiran Toppo. 14. Heavy metal toxicity to rice field cyanobacteria/Mihir Kumar Das. 15.Cyanobacterial toxins risks and impacts on human health/B.V. Singh and Shalini Singh. 16. Algae and disease prevention/U.K. Chaturvedi and Iqbal Habib. 17. Molecular approaches to cyanobacteria/S. Singh B.V. Singh and D.W. Dhar. 18. Organic farming and environmental biodiversity/Y.V. Singh. 19. Cyanobacteria as a source of pharmaceutical compounds/V.D. Pandey R.K. Gupta and S.K. Singh. 20. Cellular water in desiccation tolerant cyanobacteria/B.S. Tiwari and S.N. Tripathi. 21. Nutraceutical pharmaceutical and bioactive potential of cyanobacteria/N.K. Rathore R. Raghuvanshi and S. Singh. Author index. Subject index. The present volume is compendium of wide ranging topics on applied and commercial aspects of algae. It is an assemblage of the up to date information of rapid advances and developments taking place in the field of applied phycology. The book is a unique compilation of 21 chapters focussing on algal ecology algal biofertilizers toxicology bioremediation bioenergy biotechnology and molecular biology. The authors have done a tremendous job of synthesizing all the available informations which will be useful for researchers and students alike. The present book aimed to emphasise on diverse uses of algae. The various information incorporated in the book by authors who are internationally acknowledged experts in the field of phycology. The book has been framed with the intention of providing a sufficient depth of the subject to satisfy the needs at a level which will be comprehensive and interesting. The book will be useful to the students teachers scientists and researchers from the different branches of biological agricultural and pharmaceutical sciences. 300 pp. Seller Inventory # 64327

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K Hanumantha Rao and P Srinivas Subba Rao

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2008)

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Cyclone disaster in India its special reference to Andhra Pradesh Need for effective disaster management/N. Subba Rao. 2. Role of government in disaster management and preparedness/M. Jagan Mohan. 3. Farmers suicide man made disaster an analysis on Telangana/N. Srisailam and Yadagiri Charyalu. 4. Information technology and natural disasters management a note/C. Basavaiah. 5. Psycho social consequence of disaster/M.V.S. Srinivasa Rao. 6. Disaster response and management/M. Sankar Reddy M. Chandrayya and M. Sundara Rao. 7. The impact and management of natural disaster/G. Paidi Raju. 8. Flood control and management in Andhra Pradesh/B.V.L.A. Manga. 9. Disaster management policy an overview/N.T.K. Naik. 10. Disaster preparedness recent floods in Andhra Pradesh/B. Venkat Naik. 11. Health consequences of disasters use of traditional medicine/M. Sankar Reddy M. Chandrayya and M. Sundara Rao. 12. Post disaster reconstruction experiences in Andhra Pradesh (A case study of cyclone storm 1996 of Coastal Andhra Pradesh)/K.A. Suryanarayana. 13. Disaster management an experience in Andhra Pradesh/J. Rama Rao and E.N. Bhushan Rao. 14. Impact of forestry management on appropriate disaster management/B.S.N. Raju and V.S.K. Varma. 15. Disaster management in India an overview/D. Pulla Rao. 16. Natural disasters and their impact on economic development/J. Ramu Naidu. 17. Disaster management an overview of cyclone and floods in North Coastal Andhra Pradesh/K.V. Jagannadha Rao. 18. Information and communication technology for disaster management/B. Suresh Lal. 19. Disaster management need for developmental efforts/K. Madhu Babu and T. Lakshmi Prasad. 20. Disaster management policy options/S. Radha Krishna Madhava Rao and Y. Venkateswara Rao. 21. Disaster management an overview/K. Anitha D. Vasavi and Lal B. Suresh. 22. The changing scenario of disaster management in India/N. Koti Reddy and K. Madhavi. 23. Disaster management some aspects/P.G.V.L. Narasimha Rao and Tirupathi Naidu. 24. Financing of calamity relief expenditure of the states and recommendations of the Twelfth Finance Commission/M. Nageswara Rao R. Sudarsana Rao and P. Srinivasa Rao. 25. Srikakulam district disaster management plan/M. Sankar Reddy M. Chandrayya and M. Sundara Rao. 26. Disaster preparedness in India with special reference to Andhra Pradesh/P. Jaya Lakshmi. Index. Natural disasters cannot be prevented but their effort can usually be mitigated by an effective disaster management policy. Disaster management means a planned and systematic approach towards understanding and solving problems in the wake of disasters. The disaster plans lines measures to minimize human and economic losses from disasters and to facilitate effective rescue relief rehabilitation and reconstruction. The disaster plan spells out what is to be done before during and after a disaster by whom when and how. By anticipating these extraordinary events and acting to minimize their effects a plan helps to rescue the continuity of growth and development. Practical experiences has proved beyond doubt the commitment of recourses to disaster effectiveness compared to sinking of resources in an adhoc way in rescue and rehabilitation. In fact timely prediction and warning systems in coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh and building cyclone shelters have contributed to dramatic reduction of loss of life. Combination of structural and non structural measures has shown to alleviate the effects of cyclones floods droughts and earthquakes. 282 pp. Seller Inventory # 71308

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