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Subba Rao, P.

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Subba Rao, P.

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Subba Rao, P.

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Subba Rao Chaganti

Published by Pharma Book Syndicate, Hyderabad (2007)

ISBN 10: 8188449253 ISBN 13: 9788188449255

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About this Item: Pharma Book Syndicate, Hyderabad, 2007. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of abbreviations. I. The big picture 1. The Indian pharmaceutical industry an overview. 2. The Pharmaceutical market. II. Nine P s 3. The product. 4. The price. 5. The place. 6. Promotion. 7. Personal selling. 8. The prescription. 9. Policy. 10. Public relation. 11. Power. II. Key success factors 12. Managing new products. 13. Winning game plans. 14. Towards excellence in marketing. 15. The winning edge. 16. Corporate scoreboard. 17. GMP. 18. A look into the crystal ball. Select bibliography. Index. Pharmaceutical Marketing is comprehensive in its coverage and versatile in its treatment. The style is refreshingly simple direct and reader friendly. The focus of the book is clearly and sharply on practice on applications and on hands on experience. There are over seventy case studies discussed throughout the book showing how some companies have successfully applied the enduring the innovative marketing concepts and reaped rich dividends and some others have paid dearly for not exploiting the opportunities lying at their door step. 410 pp. Seller Inventory # 63174

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V Sita

Published by New Century Pub, New Delhi (2008)

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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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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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A.B. Singh, K. Sammi Reddy, M.C. Manna and A. Subba Rao

Published by Agrotech Publishing Academy (2011)

ISBN 10: 8183212131 ISBN 13: 9788183212137

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About this Item: Agrotech Publishing Academy, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Utilization of cotton crop industry wastes for sustainable crop production/Blaise Desouza. 2. Recycling crop residues for improved nutrient use efficiency-a case study/Blaise Desouza. 3. Efficient methods of organic wastes recycling for sustainable agriculture/A.B. Singh and A. Subba Rao. 4. Recycling of press mud and spent wash in agriculture/A.K. Biswas. 5. Soil carbon dynamics under long term use of organic manures/Brij Lal Lakaria, Pramod Jha and A.K. Biswas. 6. Recycling of waste and its quality assessment/M.C. Manna. 7. Soil organic matter: decomposition process and stabilization mechanisms/Pramoa Jha, Brij Lal Lakaria and A.K, Biswas. 8. Molecular techniques to explore microbial diversity in soil and environmental samples/Santosh R. Mohanty. 9. Mitigation options for greenhouse gas emission from agriculture fields/Santosh R. Mohanty. 10. Wastes in processing, avenues to value addition/Sunita Singh. 11. Modern instrumental techniques for determination of heavy metals in compost/J.K. Saha. 12. Efficient use of manures composts for sustainable crop production in organic farming/P. Ramesh. 13. Conservation agriculture and crop residues management utilization/Kulasekaran Ramesh. 14. Heavy metal status in different compost and their permissible limits/J.K. Saha. 15. Potential for different on farm and off farm organic resources in India/Sanjay Srivastava. 16. Impact of industrial and city wastes on soil quality/N,R. Panwar. 17. Phytoremediation of heavy metals from contaminated soils/S. Ramana and A.B. Singh. 18. Organics as important component in integrated nutrient management for enhancing long-term productivity and nutrient use efficiencies/Muneshwar Singh and R.H. Wnajari. 19. Soil fertility management and soil quality under organic farming/A. Subba Rao, P. Ramesh, K. Sammi Reddy, A.B. Singh and K. Ramesh. 20. Recycling organic materials as soil amendments/L.L. Somani, F.M. Qureshi, U.S. Rawat and S.L. Mundra. Subject Index. The continuous use of high levels of chemical fertilizers is adversely affecting the sustainability of agricultural production and causing environmental pollution. There is a decline in the productivity of crops, despite the application of optimum levels of fertilizer inputs under assured irrigation. Constraint analysing has identified the declining organic mater status as a probable reason. It is in this context that the supplementation of organic along with chemical fertilizers is a decisive viable strategy. In coming decades a major issue in designing sustainable agriculture system will be the management of soil organic matter and the rational use of inorganic inputs along with animal manures, crop residues, green manures, sewage sludge and food industry wastes. However, since organic wastes cannot meet the total nutrient needs of modern agriculture, integrated use of nutrients from fertilizers and organic wastes seems to be a need of the time. Sustainable plant nutrition to increase food production has been identified as one of the priorities directly linked to land and water management resources in relation to environment. Therefore, the soil health is very important to achieve national food security targets for sustainable growth. Indian agriculture is operating at a net negative balance of plant nutrients at the rate of 8-10 million tonnes/annum. At least 10 million tonnes nutrients should come from organic manures crop residues and bio-degradable wastes. Thus, food security is very much linked with nutrient input. India is endowed with enormous potential for plant nutrients locked up in the bio-degradable wastes. A total quantity of around 875 million tones of these so-called waste material is available in the country, which can supply 18.45 million tones of nutrients annually. This book orients towards recycling of biodegradable organic wastes for improved soil productivity. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 91412

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Subba Rao Chaganti

Published by Pharma Med Press, Hyderabad (2007)

ISBN 10: 8188449571 ISBN 13: 9788188449576

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About this Item: Pharma Med Press, Hyderabad, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. The big picture 1. The Indian pharmaceutical industry an overview. 2. The pharmaceutical market. II. Nine P's 3. The product. 4. The price. 5. The place. 6. Promotion. 7. Personal selling. 8. The prescription. 9. Policy. 10. Public relation. 11. Power. III. Key success factors 12. Managing new products. 13. Winning game plans. 14. Towards excellence in marketing. 15. The winning edge. 16. Corporate scoreboard. 17. GMP. 18. A look into the crystal ball. Select bibliography. Index. Pharmaceutical marketing is comprehensive in its coverage and versatile in its treatment. The style is refreshingly simple direct and reader friendly. The focus of the book is clearly and sharply on practice on applications and on hands on experience. The book is divided into three parts. Part I The Big Picture paints before the reader what it promises the big picture of the Indian pharmaceutical market and an overview of the industry including a brief historical perspective. Part II Nine P's goes beyond mega marketing and maxi marketing. Understanding the Nine P's product price place promotion personal selling prescription policy public relations and power is indeed crucial for creating and executing successful strategies in pharmaceutical marketing. Part III Key Success Factors provides meaningful insights into managing new products towards achieving excellence in marketing sharpening the winning edge corporate score board and GMP. Experiential insights there are over seventy case studies discussed throughout the book showing how some companies have successfully applied the enduring the innovative marketing concepts and reaped rich dividends and some others have paid dearly for not exploiting the opportunities lying at their door step. 410 pp. Seller Inventory # 75333

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A Satyanarayana and P Chenna Reddy

Published by Research India Press, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8189131028 ISBN 13: 9788189131029

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About this Item: Research India Press, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Society and culture 1. Robbery and royalty in medieval Andhra some historical insights/P.M. Krishna Kumari. 2. Indo Portuguese social and cultural relations in the early modern period an account of intermingling manners customs ceremonies and superstitions/N.S. Jeyaseela Stephen. 3. Women and social justice a study of Kakatiya period/N.A. Padma. 4. Turbulent waves in the writings of saint Bahinabai a feminist perspective/N. Padmaja A. Patil. 5. Blend of tradition and modernity townie life of Andhra women/N.I. Tirumali. 6. Origin and evolution of Lambada (Banjara) community in India a historical study/N.G. Bhadru. II. Religion and philosophy 7. Nath monastery of Paithan/N.A.R. Kulkarni. 8. Some facets of Virasaivism and aspects of social dynamics in medieval Andhra Desa/N. Rekha Pande. 9. Virasaivate reforms for women in medieval Deccan/N. Challapalli Swaroopa Rani. 10. The spread of temples in Velanadu region during medieval times/N.V.K. Mohan. 11. Christian missionaries in Orissa during the 19 century an objective analysis of their activities/N.B.K. Sarma. 12. Yoga and the ancient Indian method of stress management/N. Pranabanda Jash. III. Economy 13. Trade relations between India and China in early medieval period/N. Brajesh Krishna. 14. Agrarian developments and their relation to trade in the Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh (AD 1000 AD 1350)/Shantisri Banerji. 15. Dimensions of urbanisation in early medieval Telangana/N. Lakshmi. 16. Some aspects of Seaborne trade in Andhra Desa 17 and 18 centuries AD/N.R. Varalakshmi. 17. Balutedari as a system of production distribution and power in the eighteenth and nineteenth century Deccan/N. Laxman D. Satya. 18. Few aspects of economic life in Paralakhemundi Zamindari during the British period/N.R.C. Misro and S.K. Dash. 19. Last days of Zamindari system in the coastal Andhra/N.B. Sobhanan. 20. Peasant and the state in modern Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh (19 century AD)/N. Devireddy Subramanyam Reddy. 21. Agrarian change in Thanjavur district during the pre independence period/N.R. Shantha Kumari. 22. Land reforms and Agrarian change in Travancore (1865 1900 AD)/N.G. Sugeetha. 23. Origins of modern industries in Rayalaseema during 1940's a case study of Sugar industry in Chittoor district/N. Movva Srinivasa Reddy. IV. Administration and policy 24. Contagious diseases civic facilities and the colonial administration in Bengal/N. Mrinal Kumar Basu. 25. Myth of the model state the case of Mysore/N.B. Narasingaraja Naidu. 26. Forgotten aspects of Indian history Shimla and the national movement (1921 31)/N.M.S. Ahluwalia. 27. Proscribed Pamphlets and the Nizam government a study/N.A. Bobbili and P. Shakuntala Devi. 28. Anti public policies of the pre independent British administration in Andhra during 1902 1947 their effective exposure by the Andhra vernacular press/N.K. Arjun Rao. 29. Reservations within reservation educational development and recent social movements in Andhra/N.Y. Chinna Rao. 30. Dr. Ambedkar's contribution to women's welfare some observations/N.B.S. Chandrababu. 31. Anti grouping movement last battle for independence in Assam role of the provincial Congress/N. Sagar Baruah. V. Archaeology 32. New impetus in the study of the Indian lower Palaeolithic/P. Robert G. Bednarik. 33. Mesolithic site at Peddaobanenipalle Prakasam district Andhra Pradesh/N.V.V. Subba Reddy. 34. Story telling through pictures Paithan paintings to Telangana scrolls/N.D.N. Varma. 35. Amaravati and Nagarjunakonda as centres of art/N.V. Meena Kumari. 36. Rare finds in Anatapur district/N. Dr. G. Jawahar Lal. 37. The structural classification of Tirumala Tirupati sacred complex/N.T. Subramanyam Naidu. 38. Rare images of Visnu the Vaikuntha Perumal temple at Kanchipuram/N. Raju Kalidos. 39. Model shrines of Badami/N.R.K.K. Rajarajan. 40. Mahasadasivamurti and Sadasivi/N. Jeyapriya Rajarajan. 41. A note on standing and reclining figures of Buddha in the Salar Jung Museum/. Seller Inventory # 52423

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Edited by Veena Noble Dass and T. Asoka Rani

Published by The Women Press (2011)

ISBN 10: 8189110160 ISBN 13: 9788189110161

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About this Item: The Women Press, 2011. tables, figs (illustrator). Contents Prolegomena Womens universities--a case for formation of consortiumVeena Noble Dass and TV Subba Rao 1 The role of universities in gender mainstreaming and womens empowermentAmelou Benitez Reyes 2 Moving beyond academics gender positive initiatives in pace setting womens institutions in IndiaJaya Indiresan 3 Strategies for empowering women in higher educationKT Sunitha Byrappa 4 Academic excellence in womens universities--significant strategiesSC Jhansi 5 Issues in higher education form womenAlka Sharma Rekha Govil and Diwakar Shastri 6 Globalisation and higher education in India with reference to women universitiesDM Mamatha PB Madhuri and BV Muralidhar 7 Expanding tradition launching the picker engineering program at Smith CollegeDonna Riley 8 Application of technology in educational organizations a new paradigm of learning and teachingD Bhanusree Reddy 9 Indian women in science and technologyS Alya VS Sherin and Nagalakshmi 10 Women in agriculture agricultural research and extension activitiesShakunthala Sridhara 11 Role of information technology in womens universitiesVijaya Deshmukh and Anjana Bhatnagar 12 Role of womens universities in dealing with womens health problemsV Kalarani 13 Womens nutritional status and some remediesA Jyothi 14 Nutrition and health education for women and children through womens universities--perspectivesAruna M Violet A and Vijaya Jyothi S 15 Networking of womens universities-challengePadmaja BJ and Annie Neeraja 16 Women in information technology and lawNB Chandrakala 17 Human rights education in womens universities issues and strategiesN Rajeswari 18 Extension the third dimension and womens universitiesRenuka Narang 19 Extension activities in universityNV Pushpabai 20 Networking teacher education and school education in the context of changing social scenarioShakuntala Nagpal 21 Managing communication for strategic brand positioning of women universitiesBK Kuthiala 22 Campus community radio for womens universities challenging the mainstream media discourseKiran Prasad 23 Need for innovative practices in media education with focus on sandwich programmes and training and work experience schemesV Durga Bhavani and T Vijayalakshmi 24 Grassroot media for womens development universities interventionDB Krishna Kumari and CV Vani 25 Need for effective media use in womens universitiesT Tripura Sundari and P Vijayalakshmi 26 Womens universities and corporate social responsibility role of mediaMV Ramanamma and BN Neelima 27 Womens universities crisis communication and the mediaBN Neelima 28 Academic needs of students in women universities a study in SPMVV - TirupatiM Rama Devi 29 Industry institute interaction cell for womens universitiesN Sree Rajani 30 Career opportunities for Indian women in the age of convergenceK Suguna 31 Universities for women challenges and perspectivesSri Padmavati Mahila VisvavidyalayamInternational Conference on Universities for Women Challenges and Perspectives was held between 1-3 February 2006 The Director of the conference and the Vice-Chancellor of Sri Padmavati Womens University Dr Veena Noble Dass visualized this conference out of which emerged a consortium of womens universities of which Prof Dass was nominated the chairpersonThe conference was attended by a large number of academicians administrators as well as those interested in womens education This volume the first of its kind contains highly academic and intellectual presentations made at the conference The papers presented cover a variety of areas like a Role of womens universities in science and technology b Womens universities and media relation c Outreach program and community service in womens universities d Curriculum challenge in womens universities e Students needs and solutions f role of womens studies in womens universities and g Womens universities promotion of entrepreneurshipThus the volume will be useful to students teachers academicians and administrators who are interested in womens educ. Seller Inventory # 91493

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Pratap K Mohanty

Published by Capital Pub Company, New Delhi (2007)

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About this Item: Capital Pub Company, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Biodiversity 1. Biodiversity assessment of Algae in Chilika Lake East Coast of India/J. Rath and S.P. Adhikary. 2. Eco restoration impact on fishery biodiversity and population structure in Chilika Lake/S.K. Mohanty K.S. Bhatta Rajeeb K. Mohanty S. Mishra A. Mohapatra and A.K. Pattnaik. 3. Fishery of the Mud Crab Scylla Serrata with reference to its growth and maturation in Chilika Lagoon East Coast of India/D. Satapathy. 4. Bioprospecting of biotoxins from Coastal fishes/Samanta S. Khora. II. Limnology 5. Sediment dispersion in the Bay of Bengal/P.K. Mohanty Y. Pradhan S.R. Nayak U.S. Panda and G.N. Mohapatra. 6. Spatial heterogeneity of biogeochemical parameters in a subtropical lake/Ilia Ostrovsky and Assaf Sukenik. 7. Mixing and internal waves in a small stratified Indian Lake Subhas Sarobar/N.R. Samal Klaus D. Johnk Frank Peeters Erich Bauerle and Asis Mazumdar. 8. Physical process in large lakes/Yerubandi R. Rao and Raj C. Murthy. 9. Eutrophication of Lake Victoria (East Africa) in relation to Hydrology of the Winam Gulf Watershed/Njuguna Henry John Okungu and Felix Sangale. III. Monitoring and Modelling 10. Modelling Coastal ecology/Girija Jayaraman and Anumeha Dube. 11. Adaptation to salinity change induced by sea level rise in Hinuma Lake Japan/Hisamichi Nobuoka and Nobuo Mimura. 12. Wave interaction with floating and submerged rectangular Dykes in a two layer fluid/P. Suresh Kumar J. Bhattacharjee and T. Sahoo. 13. Numerical simulation of salinity structure in Chilika Lake/A. Dube G. Jayaraman A.D. Rao and P.K. Mohanty.14. The role of Benthos and Epiphyte on the material cycle in Akkeshi Lake Japan/Michio J. Kishi and Yuko Oshima. 15. Reef an ecofriendly and cost effective hard option for coastal conservation/Kiran G. Shirlal Subba Rao Radheshyam B. and Venkata Ganesh. 16. Hydrological simulation and modelling for the Hussain Sagar Lake Hyderabad India/Kapil Gupta. IV. Remote sensing and geographical information system 17. Lake Chilika GIS and the challenge of spatial management/Geoffery J. Meaden. 18 Mapping lagoonal features and their variability field observations and remote sensing implications/U.S. Panda P.K. Mohanty S.R. Pal G.N. Mohapatra P. Mishra and G. Jayaraman. 19. Aquatic vegetation monitoring of Chilika through remote sensing technique/R.N. Samal and A.K. Pattnaik. 20. Assessment and monitoring the coastal wetland ecology using RS and GIS with reference to Bhitarkanika Mangroves of Orissa India/Chiranjibi Pattanaik Ch. Sudhakar Reddy M.S.R. Murthy and D. Swain. 21. Morphodynamics of Godavari tidal inlets/Sarika Jain P.N. Sridhar B. Veera Narayan and A. Surendran. 22. Remote sensing and GIS approach for the management of watersheds a case study/B. Radheshyam Subba Rao K.S. Ramesh Kiran G. Shirlal and K. Mahaganesha. V. Water Quality 23. Heavy metal status of water sediment fish and water hyacinth samples of Singanallur Lake Coimbatore Tamil Nadu/K. Shanthi P.M. Ayyasamy K. Ramasamy and P. Lakshmanaperumalsamy. 24. Mercury resistant Bacillus Cereus isolated from the Pulicat Lake Sediment North Chennai Coastal Region South East India/S. Kamala Kannan S. Mahadevan and R. Krishnamoorthy. 25. Mercury pollution in Vembanadu Lake and adjoining Muvattupuzha River Kerala India/Mahesh Mohan and P.K. Omana. 26. Water quality of Kodaikanal Lake Tamilnadu in relation to physico chemical and bacteriological characteristics/S. Rajakumar P. Velmurugan K. Shanthi P.M. Ayyasamy and P. Lakshmanaperumalsamy. VI. Socio economic considerations people's participation and awareness 27. The defense of mangroves against the Shrimp industry/J. Martinez Alier. 28. Ecological and institutional understanding of Chilika Lagoon/Satyasiba Bedamatta. 29. Women in the management of fishing economy and environment a case study among the Fishermen Community (Nollia) of Coastal Orissa India/Meera Swain. 30. Chilika Lease Policy threat to environment and fishermen/Amrita Pritam Ray and Subrata Ray. 31. Seeing aq. Seller Inventory # 64324

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

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About this Item: Research India Press, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword/A. Manjulata. About the book. About the editor. Preface. List of contributors. Biographical sketches of V.V. Krishna Sastry 1. A biographical sketch of Dr. V.V. Krishna Sastry and his contribution to archaeological research/P. Chenna Reddy. 2. Dr. V.V. Krishna Sastry My Benevolent Guru/B. Subramanyam. 3. Dr. V.V.K. A Multi faceted personality/V. Partha Saradhy. 4. Curriculum vitae of Krishna Sastry Velury/P. Chenna Reddy. I. Archaeology and literature 1. Palaeo art and ethnographic art a comparative analysis/Robert G. Bednarik. 2. Terminal Pleistocene and early Holocene cultures in the Lower Godavari Valley an ecological approach/M.L.K. Murty. 3. Ochre coloured pottery further investigations into its earliest chrono cultural horizon/C. Margabandhu. 4. Upper Palaeolithic occupation scatters of Adilabad District Andhra Pradesh/Thakur Raja Ram Singh. 5. Antiquity of Ayodhya and historicity of Rama Literary archaeological and scientific perspectives/G.P. Singh. 6. Akhnur and its archaeology/Poonam Chaudhary. 7. Narrative Bas reliefs in Bhaja Cave 22 a new identification/Ajit Kumar. 8. In search of the Malarial history of India the Atharvavedic Experience/Sukla Das. 9. The economy of the early farming communities/V. Partha Saradhy. 10. Kampilya in the light of recent excavations of Indo Italian Team 1/R.P. Sharma. II. Art and Architecture 11. A terracotta figurine of human head from Banavasi Siva/Parvati Devi/A. Sundara. 12. Apsidal Temples in and around Chennai/K.V. Raman and Chithra Madhavan. 13. Origin and deification of Jyestha/Haripriya Rangarajan. 14. Kalyanasundara Murti Sculptures from Khajuraho/K.M. Suresh. 15. Temporal spatial continuity in art some common threads/J. Manuel. 16. Saptamatrikas in the Chola Temples of Chittoor District a comparative iconographical study/P. Neerajakshula Naidu. 17. The sculpture of Andhra Pradesh and Roman imperial imagery/Elizabeth Rosen Stone. 18. Sculptural art of the Kakatiyas/V. Anila Kumari. 19. Garuda in art and literature with special reference to the sculptures in Salar Jung Museum/Balagouni Krishna Goud and M.V. Subrahmanyeswara Sarma. III. Epigraphy and numismatics 20. The Harsha stone inscription a reappraisal/Ratanal Mishra. 21. Unique bilingual seal a key to decode the Indus Writing System/M.V.N. Krishnarao. 22. Religious speculations Gupta coinage/Pranabananda Jash. 23. Factors in the making of early medieval society in India/Shankar Goyal. 24. Epigraphical data on the physicians of medieval Andhradesa/P. Hymavathi. 25. Technical investigations on four coins of the Western Kshatrapas/Swarnakamal Bhowmik. 26. Metals and alloys used for making Andhra coins through the ages/D. Raja Reddy and P. Suryanarayana Reddy. 27. A Persian inscription of the Maratha Ruler Pratap Singh from Nagore Tamil Nadu/M. Ilyas Quddusi. 28. The step well inscriptions of Gujarat a cultural study/Bharati Shelat. 29. Gone into oblivion Gujjar Kheri an unknown art centre of Haryana/Devendra Handa. 30. The system of surface and cubic measures and cubic weights during Wodeyar Rule in Mysore 1610 1748/A. Satyanarayana. 31. Some unreported East India Company coins of the Madras Presidency/Prashant P. Kulkarni. 32. The Vakataka Traikutaka relations/Brahmananda Deshpande. 33. Study of Konayavalasa Hoard of Punch Marked Coins/P. Gayatri. 34. Status of women in Medieval Andhra Society/Ch. Swaroopa Rani. 35. Parvedula inscription of Prataparudra/D. Surya Kumar and K. Jitendra Babu. 36. Urbanization in Rayalaseema under the Rayas of Vijayanagar (AD 1336 1648)/E. Sobhan Babu. 37. Machilipatnam and coastal Andhra during Seventeenth century under the last phase of Qutub Shahi Rule conflict with European traders (based on French Sources)/Turemella Haranath Babu. 38. A newly discovered copper ring of Vijayanagar period/V.V. Subba Reddy. 39. The Chavali inscription of Sadasivaraya Dated 1568 AD/C. Somasundara Rao. 40. Urbanisation in medieval Andhra/K. Suryanarayana. IV. Buddhism 41. A millennium of Budd. Seller Inventory # 69047

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