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Sonal Singh, Surendra Singh

ISBN 10: 8121206766 ISBN 13: 9788121206761

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About this Item: 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. 398 Today, information, whether in the form of empirical data or in the developed form called 'Knowledge' is regarded as a vital national source. This book deals with this vital subject, comprehensively and exhaustively. It's must for all scholars, professionals and students in the discipline concerned. Contents:- Contents, Foreword 11, Preface 15, Contributors 17, 1. Felicitations to Professor G.D. Bhargava 23, 1.1 Prof. G.D. Bhargava: A Biographical Analysis , Dr. Surendra Singh , 1.2 Prof. G.D. Bhargava: An Untiring Personality, Dr. Sonal Singh 27, 1.3 Prof. G.D. Bhargava: Three Decades of, my Association, Y.L. Chopra 32, 1.4 My Guru Prof. Bhargava: A Living Legend, Desh Bandhu 34, 2. Library Science Education at Crossroads in India, D. Rajya Lakshmi 39, 3. Teaching Methods in Library and Information Science:, An Evaluation, Dr Sewa Singh 51, 4. Evaluation of Techniques in LIS Research, Dr J. Yadagiri Reddy 65, 5. Book Selection, Dr Sonal Singh and Dr Surendra Singh 73 6. Library Authority and Library Committee, Dr H.R. Chopra 99, 7. Personal Effectiveness and Job Involvement of, Library Professionals, Dr J.N. Gautam and Dr Mahaveer Singh 107, 8. Qualitative Librarianship through Kaizen Approach, A.R. Sethi 113, 9. A TQM Approach for Sustainable Library Development, Roshan Raina 119, 10. TQM and Reengineering for Library Services, (With special reference to M.D. University library, Rohtak, Haryana), K.C. Dabas 127, 11. Services of Special Libraries, (With special reference to Library of Madhya Pradesh, Institute of Social Science Research, Ujjain), Dr Sonal Singh 139, 12. Concept of Resource Sharing in University, Libraries at Regional Level, Dr (Mrs.) Neera Sahni 147, 13. Prospects of Automation in Cotton College Library, Zabeen Ahmed 155, 14. Library Resource Sharing Network: Modern Trends, Bhaskar Mukharjee 169, 15. Retrieval of Documents in a University Library, System: Problems and Prospects, Dr J. Yadagiri Reddy 181, 16. Public Library Services in Madhya Pradesh, Dr Surendra Singh 187 17. Library movement in Jammu & Kashmir, A.R. Lattoo 199, 18. Criteria for Comparison of Library Classification, Schemes, Rekha D. Pai 211, 19. Organisation of Research in Biological Sciences, Dr Surendra Singh and Dr Sonal Singh 217, 20. Internal Aspects of Current Awareness Bulletins, Issued by the Science Libraries in Karnataka, Dr A.K. Baradol 239, 21. A Treatise on Fundamental Theories in Abstracting:, A Sin-Qua-Non for Research and Development, (World’s First Abstracting Theories based, on Experiment), Dr B.B. Shukla 249, 22. Role of Information Technology in Indian Libraries, K.T. Dilli 269, 23. Indian Literature on Information Technology:, A Bibliometric Study, B. Bhagavathi Sudha and B. Ramesh Babu 273, 24. Multimedia and its Application, M. Vijaya Kumar 287, 25. Internet: The Network of Networks, Dr B. K. Choudhary and B.B. Chand 293, 26. Internet for Academic Libraries: Need of the Hour, K.C. Dabas and Sheela Dabas 305, 27. Statistical Methodologies in Library and, Information Science Research, Padma V. Upadhyaya 32 28. Library and Information Science Research in India, Dr S.R. Ijari 333, 29. Marketing of Library and Information Services:, Concepts, Issues and Strategies, C.V. Herimath and C.R. Karisiddappa 339, 30. Client/Server Management, (Yet another Strategic Survival Tool for the Academic, Librarianship in the Internet Era), S. Venugopal 351, 31. Computerisation of Libraries: A CDS/ISIS Package, Sudesh Kumar Sood 363, Index 381 The Title 'Trends in Library and Information Science written/authored/edited by Sonal Singh, Surendra Singh', published in the year 2000. The ISBN 9788121206761 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 398 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Library and Information Science. Language: English. Seller Inventory # 9788121206761

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Singh S.R.

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ISBN 10: 8131301281 ISBN 13: 9788131301289

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About this Item: A.P.H. Publishing Corporation. Condition: New. pp. vi + 280 , Figures. Seller Inventory # 7617298

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S.R. Singh

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, 2013. N.A. Condition: New. 286pp. Seller Inventory # 348207

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Published by International Centre for IMD, Kathmandu (2003)

ISBN 10: 9291157791 ISBN 13: 9789291157792

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About this Item: International Centre for IMD, Kathmandu, 2003. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. 1. Data and information management for integrated hydrological and meteorological networks/Adarsha P. Pokhrel and Dilip K. Gautam. 2. Flood management and local adaptation strategies/Qazi K. Ahmad. 3. Development of the flood forecasting and warning system in Bangladesh/A.N.H. Akhtar Hossain. 4. Integrated hydrometeorological network design and operation for flood forecasting/Qin Dahe. 5. Flood management in integrated river basin development/Rama Shanker Prasad. 6. Use of short and long term meteorological information in flood forecasting/Shyam V. Singh S.C. Kar M. Ravindranath G.R. Iyengar S. Das and E.N. Rajagopal. 7. An integrated hydrological hydraulic modelling approach for flood forecasting/Guna Nidhi Paudyal. 8. Telecommunication systems for real time hydrometeorological data collection and transmission for the HKH region/Richard W. Paulson and Verne R. Schneider. 9. State of the art methods of hydrological and meteorological data acquisition systems for flood forecasting/Shaukat Ali Awan. From the Foreword Too often the people in the path of these floods have no warning and in many cases it is the poorest of the poor those with the least resources for recovery who are exposed most. Controlling these floods is a daunting and perhaps impossible task but much can be done to reduce the damage they cause by providing sufficient warning of the impending disaster for threatened populations to protect their property or move to safer areas. By their nature floods are a regional issue. Most of the rivers that rise in the HKH region flow through more than one country. The countries of the region are drawn together through common river basins and must come together to link upstream events with downstream consequences and downstream policies with upstream consequences. To forecast floods with any degree of accuracy timely and reliable hydrometeorological information is needed from the whole of each river basin thus information must be exchanged across national borders and all countries need a sufficient and compatible capacity in data collection transmission and flood forecasting. 96 pp. Seller Inventory # 51232

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Y L Chopra and Mamta Chopra

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ISBN 10: 8170002982 ISBN 13: 9788170002987

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About this Item: Ess Ess. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. Foreword. 1. LIS education in Madhya Pradesh/R.G. Prasher. 2. Use of audio-visual aids in LIS education/G.D. Bhargava. 3. Commercialization of library science education in Madhya Pradesh/Y.L. Chopra. 4. Staff pattern in university libraries/G.D. Bhargava. 5. Total quality management in university libraries/Roshan Raina. 6. Library resource sharing network: modern trends/Y.L. Chopra & Bhaskar Mukherjee. 7.Information dissemination in academic libraries - a challenge/G.D. Bhargava. 8. Automated libraries and information networks/Jagtar Singh & H.P.S. Kalra. 9. Essential features in a computer based information retrieval system/S.K. Sharma & Roshan Raina. 10. Emerging information technology: its use in university libraries/Y.L. Chopra & Bhaskar Mukherjee. 11. The electronic library/H.S. Chopra. 12. Application of IT in university library services of Jabalpur (Madhya Pradesh)/Y.L. Chopra & Bhaskar Mukherjee. 13. Use of IT in library services at RDVV, Jabalpur, M. P.: user's reaction/Y.L. Chopra & Bhaskar Mukherjee. 14. Bibliographical Databases in Bhai Gurdas library/Sukhdev Singh & Sukhbir Singh. 15. Development of terminology in Colon classification: a researchers view- point/Sukhdev Singh. 16. Dr. S.R. Ranganathan: my Teacher and Mentor/G.D. Bhargava. Index. "This book is a result of collection of research articles written by various well known professionals in the field of library and information science. There was a time when libraries were considered store house of knowledge. By 20 century with rigorous efforts 184 pp. Seller Inventory # 31048

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P L Sanjeev Reddy and Rajesh Singh

Published by Kanishka, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8173918643 ISBN 13: 9788173918643

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About this Item: Kanishka, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Case study method an introduction/S.L. Goel. 2. Government at the cutting edge experience of the licencing and registering authority Chandigarh/Ashish Kundra. 3. The important epoxy maker/V.K.C. Sanghi. 4. Impact of information technology and changing nature of citizen services a case study of E Seva in Andhra Pradesh Aditya /V. Pardhasaradhi. 5. Village development through community participation in Doomroli village a case study/S.K. Kataria. 6. Striving to bring in a rational system for ensuring social justice the case of disbursement of funds for poorest of poor among SC/ST target constituencies/D.V.R. Seshadri. 7. The dilemmas of an administrator in the high stakes game of admission test for professional courses the case of Mr. Bhindra of Kanishka/D.V.R. Seshadri. 8. Eradicating copying without legislation the Haryana way/Rakesh Gupta. 9. If only Yes minister then who am I/S.K. Kataria. 10. Re engineering the government using information and communication technology (ICT) a teaching case study of Haryana Board of School Education (HBSE)/Rakesh Gupta. 11. Evacuation and rehabilitation of Rampura a case study/Rajesh Singh. 12. Rural sanitation the Medinipur model/Jaytilak Guha Roy. As a supplement to direct instruction method case study is an effective device to make the students/trainees aware of the intricacies of the system of public administration. Actual cases can help the students to understand the principles and practice of public administration clearly. This can encourage them to take up study of other case studies for their understanding and development. This also helps the students to move from concrete to abstract a fundamental principle of education. Through the case method the social researchers attempt to examine the variety of factors operating within a social unit as an integrated whole. For group or process analysis this method is recognized as highly fruitful. An applied case study seeks to relate the theoretical knowledge to a specific problem with a view to improve efficiency. Case studies create an awareness of the nature of lapses and oversights in administration instances of sound administrative skills and deficiencies in the existing methods and procedures no doubt the method is widely recognized technique of training in management development programmes. The twelve case studies included in this volume focus on different areas of governance involving decision making situations and can be used effectively for training programmes. These are contributed by academicians/professionals and administrators in different areas of public administration and are evaluated by a panel of domain experts. The volume would be of immense value and utility for the trainers and teachers of public administration. 172 pp. Seller Inventory # 60387

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Pratap Singh; A N Mathur and R N Verma

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About this Item: Agrotech, Udaipur, 2002. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Status and progress of animal draught power in India/N.S.L. Srivastava. 2. Draught animal power in India/B.R. Chowdhary. 3. Modernisation of draught animal power in India/A.N. Mathur. 4. Future of draught animal power/T.P. Ojha. 5. Status of draught animals in Rajasthan/Pratap Singh R.N. Verma and S.M. Mathur. 6. Status and utilization of draught animal power in Gujarat/Rakesh Saxena. 7. Identification of matching implements for camels for crop production/S.M. Mathur R.N. Verma and V.D. Mudgal. 8. Use of improved bullock drawn implements for farming operations/Ravi Mathur and Hemant Shrimali. 9. Popularization of improved animal drawn implements in tribal area/V.D. Mudgal and R.N. Verma. 10. Performance evaluation of two wheeled camel carts of Rajasthan/Hemant Shrimali. 11. Improved camel carts for desert tracts of Rajasthan/Pratap Singh R.N. Verma and Ghanshyam Tiwari. 12. Techno economic analysis of animal drawn transport systems for short distances/S.M. Mathur R.N. Verma and S.S. Vyas. 13. Utilization of animal power in post harvest operations/Ghanshyam Tiwari Rajeev Garg and Hemant Shrimali. 14. Scheduling work rest cycle for camels/R.N. Verma and S.M. Mathur. 15. Fatigue assessment of draught animals/R.N. Verma Ghanshyam Tiwari and Rajeev Garg. 16. Harnesses and yokes for draught animals/Pratap Singh G.S. Tiwari Rajeev Garg and J.L. Chaudhary. 17. Breeding of equines for draught purpose awareness and incentives/M.P. Yadav and J.C. Ghei. 18. Genetic improvement of animals for draught purpose/L.S. Jain. 19. Nutrition of draught animals with special reference to India/P.C. Murdia. 20. Nutrients requirement of draught camels/J.L. Chaudhary Pratap Singh and G.S. Tiwari. 21. Management practices of draught camel in arid zone of Rajasthan India/J.L. Chaudhary G.S. Tiwari Rajeev Garg and Hemant Shrimali. 22. Government and financial support in popularization of draught animal power/A.N. Mathur. From the preface There is a lack of reliable and factual information which in turn has resulted in paucity of articles journals and books on the subject. It is this shortage of good resource material that makes the present book an important collection of articles. It is expected that the book will be useful to students teachers extension workers and others associated with this field. It will stimulate research and extension workers to pay more attention for increasing the utilization of draught animal. If this book can provide development workers and decision makers with a constructive perspective on draught animal power we have achieved great deal. 163 pp. Seller Inventory # 53013

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Kamta Prasad R.S. Goel

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ISBN 10: 8170228700 ISBN 13: 9788170228707

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About this Item: Concept. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. Inaugural address/Shri T.R. Baalu. I. Streamlining environmental management: 1. Effective environmental management for sustenance of hydro electric and multipurpose river valley projects/R.N. Srivastava and R.S. Goel. 2. Role of dams for irrigation, drainage and flood control/ICID Position Paper. 3. Integrated evaluation of environmental impacts of major projects: a methodological analysis/Kamta Prasad. 4. Basin approach to environmental management and sustainable development/S. Maudgal. II. Assessment of Environmental Impacts: 5. Environmental impacts of water resources projects/MA. Chitale. 6. River valley development in India: a critical review of environmental impacts/R. S. Goel and Kamta Prasad. 7. Large and small dams/R.S. Goel. 8. Hydropower development and environmental management/Arun Gupta. 9. Environmental impact assessment for river valley projects: complexities and methodologies/R.S. Goel. III. Environmental monitoring: 10. Environmental management and monitoring of environmental safeguards in Indian river valley projects/R.S. Prasad and R.S. Goel. 11. Environmental monitoring system/Abhiraj Singh. 12. Role of remote sensing in environmental management of hydro-electric projects/S.C. Gupta and R.S. Goel. 13. Geographic information system for environmental monitoring and management/ R.B. Singh. IV. Social aspects of environmental management: 14. Rehabilitation of persons affected by reservoir projects: need of model policy/B.S. Ahuja and R.S. Goel. 15. Dams and people's participation/. Seller Inventory # 25280

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About this Item: The Mining Geological & MII. Paperback. Condition: As New. Contents: I. Topic: development of technology: 1. Appropriate technology for underground coal mining in India/S.P. Mathur. 2. Maximising Longwall face utilisation by minimising face transfer time: a case study, at JK-5 Incline, SCCL/B. Veera Reddy. 3. Inducing the caving by hydrofracture technology/N.P. Bhati. 4. Experience in mass production technology at Zero Seam Anjan Hill Mine, Chirimiri Area/J.K. Bigharia. II. Topic: planning & design aspects: 5. Effect of Coal Pillar size on the SDL based Bord & Pillar mine production/N.C. Dey and S. Dasgupta. 6. Strategy for technology upgradation in SECL underground mines/H.N. Sinharay and D. Goswami. 7. Computer aided roof load estimation for Bord & Pillar workings/K. Ram Chandar and T.N. Singh. 8. Economics of mine ventilation/R.N. Sharma. 9. A case study on stowing system design in some Indian coal mines/Samir K. Pal, S.K. Mukhopadhyay and A.K. Singh. 10. Development of fly ash mine posts for mine use/D. Deb, A. Kumar and N. Amar Kumar. III. Topic: Management Practices: 11. Information Technology in the Indian mineral industry/Bimalendu B. Bhattacharya. 12. Continuous monitoring of strata behaviour during depillaring operation in India/P.K. Mandal, A.K. Singh, Rajendra Singh and J. Maiti. 13. The role of system factors including personal factors in coal mine accidents : an epidemiological study/A.K. Ghosh and A. Bhattacharjee. 14. System approach to vocational training/C. Ghosh. 15. Hydraulic stowing of fly ash in SCCL underground mines present status & future prospects/A.K. Gangopadhyay and Md. Fazal Hussain. 16. 446 pp. Seller Inventory # 44766

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N C Gautam and V Raghavswamy

Published by BSP, Hyderabad (2004)

ISBN 10: 8178000520 ISBN 13: 9788178000527

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About this Item: BSP, Hyderabad, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Land use management practices in India 1. Land use management practices retrospect and prospect/G. Ravi Shankar V. Raghavaswamy and N. C. Gautam. 2. Efficient management of land use keeping in view the ground water aspects/Asis Battacharya. II. Land use dynamics and farming system 3. Land use/land cover change with special reference to India/R. Nagaraja and R. R. Navalgund. 4. Soil fertility management in Andhra Pradesh/ A. Sreenivasa Raju. 5. Irrigability and productivity classification of some typical soils of Bhagalpur district of Bihar and their suitability for land use planning/S.K. Chandra and V. N. Singh. 6. Effect of forest leaf litter and litter compost on soil properties and growth and yield of Chilli in Laterite soils of Konkan region/K. N. Chavan S.S. Magar and D. K. Umap. III. Land use database generation and management 7. National (natural) resources information system (NRIS)/A. R. Das Gupta and R. K. Goel. 8. Remote sensing sensors and their applications with special reference to land use studies/A. S. Manjunath. 9. Remote sensing & GIS for land use/ land cover data generation at national Level An Indian experience/R Nagaraja G Ravi Shankar Manoj Raj Saxena and Rajiv Kumar and B Shyamsunder. 10. Statistical methods in land use data an analysis/Saroja Rama Rao and J. Siva Ram. IV. Land Use/Land cover and environmental issues 11. An understanding of land use/land cover with particular reference to forests in India/J.K. Rawat. 12. Geoinformatics for biodiversity assessment/MSR Murthy. 13. Disaster management and mitigation using Satellite remote sensing a few case studies/V Bhanumurthy. 14. Management of land resources in Behal Singham area Bhiwani District Haryana for Eco Development/K E Mothi Kumar M L Manchanda and G Behera. V. Land Degradation and Land use Models 15. Remote sensing for soils and land degradation/L. Venkataratnam and T. Ravisankar. 16. Land degradation status in India/S. N. Das. 17. Drivers of land degradation in Uttar Pradesh Past present and future/A N Singh. 18. Role of high resolution remotely sensed data in micro level planning/P V S P Prasada Raju/Sujata Ghosh and J. Saibabu. VI. Watershed management and sustainable agriculture 19. Delineation of watershed for land and water resource planning and development/N.C. Gautam V. Raghavswamy R. Nagaraja G. Ravi Shankar and P. Rama Mohan. 20. Integrated watershed management in dry land tracts/Y. S. Ramakrishna K. D. Sharma and P K Mishra. 21. Production systems approach in watershed management using remote sensing techniques a case study/B R M Rao. VII. Urban land use planning and land management 22. Urban land use planning and land management using remote sensing and GIS/V Raghavswamy. 23. Satellite based urban land use maps for Hyderabad metropolitan area The January 2003 draft master plan for Hyderabad seeking better public participation/S. P. Shorey and V. Raghavswamy. 24. Scenic evaluation for recreational land use a study on regional morphoforms in Khammam District Andhra Pradesh/ S. Padmaja and G. Somnath. 25. Behavioral Trends Consumers patterns a study in retail land use activities/S. Padmaja and Mohammed Akther Ali. VIII. Land use policies and strategies 26. Land use policies for the new century an Adaptive cum human ecosystems approach/ K. V. Sundaram 27. Land use planning need and strategies with special reference to Uttar Pradesh/Mridula Singh. 28. A blueprint to modernize land administration procedures in the state of Andhra Pradesh/P V S Madhusudana Rao. 29. Cost effective technology for assessment of land use/L R A Narayan. Land resources in the country are limited and are declining due to increasing population land degradation and land conversions. Today the availability of information on land use/land cover in the form of thematic maps records and statistical figures are inadequate and are not up to date on the changing land use patterns and processes. The National Conference on land use/land cover & Management. Seller Inventory # 51031

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Prem K Kalra and Joel Ruet

Published by Manohar, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8173046840 ISBN 13: 9788173046841

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About this Item: Manohar, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Acknowledgements. Contributors. Introduction. I. Electricity Act and efficiency in generation distribution 1. Electricity Act and Enterprisation of the State Electricity Boards/Joel Ruet. 2. Central Act and State Acts/G. Subba Rao. 3. Markets through the back door/Sudha Mahalingam. 4. Benchmarking of electricity distribution companies in India/Prem K. Kalra V.P. Singh and Yogesh K. Bichpuriya. II. Technical choices and management 5. Need for distribution system reforms and customer training/A.K. Saxena and Prem K. Kalra. 6. Application of information technology to improve performance in power distribution/Sanjay Gupta. 7. Broad technology choices and technology mix for the power sector/R.K. Belapurkar. 8. Voltage control through reactive power management case studies/Mahendra Kumar. 9. Transmission line congestion management using Bid Areas Division Technique/D.P. Kothari and Parul Goyal. 10. Integrated resource planning in supply side management in power system/Prem K. Kalra Yogesh K. Bichpuriya and V.P. Singh. III. Macro level aspects what to do as reforms 11. A benchmarking of performance of Indian state level electricity utilities in the post liberalization period/N. Balasubramanian. 12. Generation choices a retrospective account of the Ninth Plan/Joel Ruet. 13. Electricity reforms firm level responses and environmental implications/Deepa Menon Choudhary P.R. Shukla Tirthankar Nag and Debashish Biswas. 14. The act as a base for rethinking technology and managerial mixes/Joel Ruet. The State Electricity Boards (SEB) present huge potential for daily change in the lives of a billion strong Indian population. Often described as nearly impossible to reform SEBs offer huge untapped potential for higher technological efficiency that in turn could mean reliable electricity for day to day life reduced bills for the users and the public exchequer higher environmental sustainability. For this potential to appear clearly in the public debate the so called technicalities of the power sector should no longer be the monopoly of a few specialists and technocrats. And indeed India's history of economic regulation has entered into a new era when in the power sector the model of independent regulation for utilities got enacted through the Electricity Regulatory Commissions Act 1998 then followed by the new Electricity Act 2003. The Regulatory Commissions gained a saying in virtually all technical matters within the utilities. The biggest chasse gardee of the SEBs engineers had not resisted. This volume comes as third in a series on the power sector reforms in India. The series attempts at understanding (i) the organizational tasks (ii) the tariffs aspects (iii) the role of the private (iv) the role of technology in the complex variegated state specific Indian scenario. A clear and sound public debate on tariffs service advantages and limits of privatization in the Indian scenario can only come from an informed assessment of current margins in technological enhancement of SEBs and on the relevance of the Act in framing such a new Indian power system. This volume wishes to contribute to this debate. 220 pp. Seller Inventory # 63738

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R K Uppal

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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. E Banking issues challenges and sustainability/Preeti Mishra. 2. Technology solutions for bank management/Deepak Tandon and Neelam Tandon. 3. Indian banks transformation through E Delivery Channels/R.K. Uppal and Rimpi Kaur. 4. E banking issues challenges and opportunities/Poonam Sharma. 5. Internet Banking in India/Nisha Gupta Deepak Garg and Anita Rani. 6. Electronic banking risk management issues/Rashi Sawhney. 7. Information technology and banking sector/Navdeep Kumar. 8. Performance of six sigma in banking and IT sector/M. Daniel Rajkumar and R. Ezhilarasan. 9. Challenges of the E Banking Revolution/Meenakshi Sharma and Meenu Agrawal. 10. E Banking the ultimate destination/Mohd. Saleem. 11. Internet Banking paramount role/Ritu Sehgal. 12. IT in Indian banking with special reference to State Bank of India/Vineeta Gupta and Manjeet Kaur. 13. Indian Banking Sector transformation through information technology/Neeru Bajaj. 14. Optimisation of investment in information security/Sawtantar Singh Pardeep Gupta and Omeshri Gaur. 15. Banking in new era of IT/Divya Budhia. 16. IT in Indian banking sector with special reference to ICICI Bank/Jyotsna Chauhan and Mukesh Kumar Sharma. 17. Cheque Truncation System in information era/Sapna Badhwar. 18. Banking sector in IT era/Renu Singh. 19. E Banking the task ahead/Reena Shukla. Index. India's banking sector has made rapid strides in reforming and aligning itself to the new competitive business environment. Indian banking industry is in the midst of an IT Revolution. Technological infrastructure has become an indispensable part of the reforms process in the banking system with the gradual development of sophisticated instruments and innovations in market practices. In India the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has taken active interest in developing appropriate technological infrastructure to facilitate market development in areas such as Payment and Settlement Systems Delivery versus Payment (DvP) and Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). For modernising the payment and settlement systems in India a three pronged approach has been adopted with due emphasis on consolidation development and integration. The consolidation of the existing payment systems involves strengthening of computerised Cheque clearing and expanding the reach of Electronic Clearing Services (ECS) and Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). The Retail Payment System was given an impetus with the introduction of a new facility viz. Special Electronic Funds Transfer (SEFT) System. The critical elements of the development strategy involve opening of new clearing houses interconnection of clearing houses through the Indian Financial Network (INFINET) development of Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) System Centralised Funds Management System (CFMS) Negotiated Dealing System (NDS) and the Structured Financial Messaging System (SFMS). This book contains 19 articles by scholars specialising in the area of banking technology. It provides an insight into the current developments and future of technology upgradation in the Indian banking industry. The book would provide useful information and inputs to all those interested in updating themselves with latest developments in modern banking practices. 218 pp. Seller Inventory # 67603

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Sonal Singh,Surendra Singh

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. Today, information, whether in the form of empirical data or in the developed form called "knowledge` is regarded as a vital national source. This book deals with this vital subject, comprehensively and exhaustively. It`s a must for all scholars, professionals and students in the discipline concerned. Contents: Foreword Preface Contributors 1. Felicitations to Professor G.D. Bhargava: 1.1 Prof. G.D. Bhargava: a Biographical analysis/Surendra Singh 1.2 Prof. G. D. Bhargava: an untiring personality/Sonal Singh 1.3 Prof. G.D. Bhargava: three decades of my association/Y.L. Chopra d/Desh Bandhu 2. Library Science Education at crossroads in India/D. Rajya Lakshmi 3. Teaching methods in library and information science: an evaluation/Sewa Singh 4. Evaluation of techniques in LIS research/J. Yadagiri Reddy 5. Book selection/Sonal Singh and Surendra Singh 6. Library authority and library Committee/H.R. Chopra 7. Personal effectiveness and Job involvement of library professionals/J.N. Gautam and Mahaveer Singh 8. Qualitative librarianship through Kaizen approach/A.R. Sethi 9. A TQM approach for sustainable library development/Roshan Raina 10. TQM and reengineering for library services (with special reference to M.D. University library, Rohtak, Haryana)/K.C. Dabas 11. Services of special Libraries (with special reference to library of Madhya Pradesh Institute of Social Science Research, Ujjain)/Sonal Singh 12. Concept of resource sharing in University libraries at regional level/ Neera Sahni 13. Prospects of automation in Cotton College library/Zabeen Ahmed 14. Library resource sharing network: modern trends/Bhaskar Mukharjee 15. Retrieval of documents in a University Library system: problems and prospects/J. Yadagiri Reddy 16. Public library services in Madhya Pradesh/Surendra Singh 17. Library movement in Jammu & Kashmir/A.R. Lattoo 18. Criteria for Comparison of Library Classification Schemes / Rekha D. Pai 19. Organisation of Research in Biological Sciences / Dr. Surendra Singh and Dr. Sonal Singh 20. Internal Aspects of Current Awareness Bulletins Issued by the Science Libraries in Karnataka / Dr. A.K. Baradol 21. A Treatise on Fundamental Theories in Abstracting: A Sin-Qua-Non for Research and Development (World?s First Abstracting Theories based on Experiment) / Dr. B.B. Shukla 22. Role of Information Technology in Indian Libraries / K.T. Dilli 23. Indian Literature on Information Technology: A Bibliometric Study / B. Bhagavathi Sudha and B. RameBabu 24. Multimedia and its Application / M. Vijaya Kumar 25. Internet: The Network of Networks / Dr. B.K. Choudhary and B.B. Chand 26. Internet for Academic Libraries: Need of the Hour / K.C. Dabas and Sheela Dabas 27. Statistical Methodologies in Library and Information Science Research / Padma V. Upadhyaya 28. Library and Information Science Research in India / Dr. S.R. Ijari 29. Marketing of Library and Information Services: Concepts, Issues and Strategies / C.V. Herimath and C.R. Karisiddappa 30. Client/Server Management (Yet another Strategic Survival Tool for the Academic Librarianship in the Internet Era) / S. Venugopal 31. Computerisation of Libraries: A CDS/ISIS Package / Sudesh Kumar Sood Printed Pages: 425. Seller Inventory # 36137

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Sonal Singh, Surendra Singh

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About this Item: Gyan Books (P) Ltd., 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. Contents, Foreword 11, Preface 15, Contributors 17, 1. Felicitations to Professor G.D. Bhargava 23, 1.1 Prof. G.D. Bhargava: A Biographical Analysis , Dr. Surendra Singh , 1.2 Prof. G.D. Bhargava: An Untiring Personality, Dr. Sonal Singh 27, 1.3 Prof. G.D. Bhargava: Three Decades of, my Association, Y.L. Chopra 32, 1.4 My Guru Prof. Bhargava: A Living Legend, Desh Bandhu 34, 2. Library Science Education at Crossroads in India, D. Rajya Lakshmi 39, 3. Teaching Methods in Library and Information Science:, An Evaluation, Dr Sewa Singh 51, 4. Evaluation of Techniques in LIS Research, Dr J. Yadagiri Reddy 65, 5. Book Selection, Dr Sonal Singh and Dr Surendra Singh 73 6. Library Authority and Library Committee, Dr H.R. Chopra 99, 7. Personal Effectiveness and Job Involvement of, Library Professionals, Dr J.N. Gautam and Dr Mahaveer Singh 107, 8. Qualitative Librarianship through Kaizen Approach, A.R. Sethi 113, 9. A TQM Approach for Sustainable Library Development, Roshan Raina 119, 10. TQM and Reengineering for Library Services, (With special reference to M.D. University library, Rohtak, Haryana), K.C. Dabas 127, 11. Services of Special Libraries, (With special reference to Library of Madhya Pradesh, Institute of Social Science Research, Ujjain), Dr Sonal Singh 139, 12. Concept of Resource Sharing in University, Libraries at Regional Level, Dr (Mrs.) Neera Sahni 147, 13. Prospects of Automation in Cotton College Library, Zabeen Ahmed 155, 14. Library Resource Sharing Network: Modern Trends, Bhaskar Mukharjee 169, 15. Retrieval of Documents in a University Library, System: Problems and Prospects, Dr J. Yadagiri Reddy 181, 16. Public Library Services in Madhya Pradesh, Dr Surendra Singh 187 17. Library movement in Jammu & Kashmir, A.R. Lattoo 199, 18. Criteria for Comparison of Library Classification, Schemes, Rekha D. Pai 211, 19. Organisation of Research in Biological Sciences, Dr Surendra Singh and Dr Sonal Singh 217, 20. Internal Aspects of Current Awareness Bulletins, Issued by the Science Libraries in Karnataka, Dr A.K. Baradol 239, 21. A Treatise on Fundamental Theories in Abstracting:, A Sin-Qua-Non for Research and Development, (World?s First Abstracting Theories based, on Experiment), Dr B.B. Shukla 249, 22. Role of Information Technology in Indian Libraries, K.T. Dilli 269, 23. Indian Literature on Information Technology:, A Bibliometric Study, B. Bhagavathi Sudha and B. Ramesh Babu 273, 24. Multimedia and its Application, M. Vijaya Kumar 287, 25. Internet: The Network of Networks, Dr B. K. Choudhary and B.B. Chand 293, 26. Internet for Academic Libraries: Need of the Hour, K.C. Dabas and Sheela Dabas 305, 27. Statistical Methodologies in Library and, Information Science Research, Padma V. Upadhyaya 32 28. Library and Information Science Research in India, Dr S.R. Ijari 333, 29. Marketing of Library and Information Services:, Concepts, Issues and Strategies, C.V. Herimath and C.R. Karisiddappa 339, 30. Client/Server Management, (Yet another Strategic Survival Tool for the Academic, Librarianship in the Internet Era), S. Venugopal 351, 31. Computerisation of Libraries: A CDS/ISIS Package, Sudesh Kumar Sood 363, Index 381About The Book:- Today, Information, Whether In The Form Of Empirical Data Or In The Developed Form Called 'Knowledge' Is Regarded As A Vital National Source. This Book Deals With This Vital Subject, Comprehensively And Exhaustively. It's Must For All Scholars, Professionals And Students In The Discipline Concerned.,Content:- Contents, Foreword 11, Preface 15, Contributors 17, 1. Felicitations To Professor G.D. Bhargava 23, 1.1 Prof. G.D. Bhargava: A Biographical Analysis , Dr. Surendra Singh , 1.2 Prof. G.D. Bhargava: An Untiring Personality, Dr. Sonal Singh 27, 1.3 Prof. G.D. Bhargava: Three Decades Of, My Association, Y.L. Chopra 32, 1.4 My Guru Prof. Bhargava: A Living Legend, Desh Bandhu 34, 2. Library Science Education At Crossroads In India, D. Rajya Lakshmi 39, 3. Teaching Methods In Library And Info. Seller Inventory # GB-9788121206761

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Jayashree Dubey & M.L. Sai Kumar (Eds)

Published by New Century Publications (2007)

ISBN 10: 817708142X ISBN 13: 9788177081428

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About this Item: New Century Publications, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Competitive environment of modern times is forcing the firms to shift focus from inside the corporate walls to collaboration with outside trading partners. Enhanced communication technology has redefined how businesses work together, raise customers? expectations and place new demands on supply chain performance. Internet has allowed companies to come up with highly innovative solutions that accelerate th widespread adoption of core principles of supply chain management. Companies that make use of e-business to redefine supply chain integration achieve significant increase in their efficiency and competitive edge over their competitors. The next few years will see an explosion of e-enabled supply chain management as visionary companies develop new paradigms of e-business for the future. This book focuses on concepts, principles and real life experiences which improve understanding of the Supply Chain Management (SCM). Available information has been analysed and synthesised across many disciplines, such as purchase and supply management, marketing, organisational dynamics, logistic and transportation management, information technology, strategic management, and operations management. The book is designed to contribute to the existing body of literature available on supply chain management. It consists of 28 papers authored by scholars in the area. This work, which is replete with new concepts and practices, will commend itself to all categories of readers, particularly academicians, researchers and students of management, economics and commerce. CONTENTS Contents 1. Basics of Supply Chain Management - Rohit Kumar Mishra 2. Supply Chain Management (SCM) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) - R. Balajivignesh 3. E-Healthcare: Transforming Hospital Supply Chain - G.V.R.K. Acharyulu 4. Information Technology in Supply Chain Management - V.B. Narsimha 5. Developing Supply Chain Competencies - Kishore Kumar Morya 6. E-Choupal: The V2I Model of Supply Chain Management - Priya Deshpande and G. Deepika 7. Supply Chain Management Operations under Sales Tax/Value Added Tax - T. Mathew 8. Efficiency of Supply Chain: A Study of Food Sector in India - S.R. Subba Rao and G. Chamundeshwari 9. E-Payments Enabling E-Financial Supply Chain - Shital Jhunjhunwala 10. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID): Redefining the Global Pharma Value Chain - Sudeep Kumar Mandhania 11. Protein Biosynthesis Based Bio-Mimetic Framework of Supply Chain Management - C.N. Sundaresan and N. Sivakumar 12. Supply Chain Management Practices in Pharmaceutical Industry - B. Krishna Reddy and T. Sudha 13. Contemporary Issues in Supply Chain Management - Vaishali Agarwal 14. Reinventing the Supply Chain - Alok Jha and P. Sailaja 15. Promotional Strategies of Mobile Telephone Service Providers - Mihir Dash and M. Viswanathiah 16. Development of Inventory Control Models - Koilakuntla Maddulety 17. Green Logistics - K.J. Paulose 18. Role of Ethics in Supply Chain Management - Kalavathi V. 19. Supply Chain Management of Carpet Industry in Erode District, Tamil Nadu - K. Guruswamy 20. Modern ERP Systems vis-à-vis Orientations in Modern Manufacturing and Operations - P.O. Subash 21. Government Procurement in Supply Chain Management - Deepthi B.S. 22. Outsourcing in Supply Chain Management - Bhavya Singh 23. Supply Chain Management: An Integrated Approach - A. Duraikannan, B.L. Sairam Subramaniam and S. Baskaran 24. Technical Training of Employees and Supply Chain Management - A. Azad and K. Narashiman 25. Turning Returns Management into a Competitive Advantage - S. Chandrasekaran, Ashvini Ravi and G.Nirmala 26. Logistics Management in Central Public Enterprises in India - R.K. Mishra 27. Role of E-Business in Supply Chain Management - J. Suresh Red Printed Pages: 310. Seller Inventory # 58812

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B.K. Sinha, Shriti Choudhary (Eds)

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ISBN 10: 8131303594 ISBN 13: 9788131303597

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. The present book in an outcome of a two days national conference on Population, Pollution and Biodiversity Loss: A Bio-Social Approach. The book contains Research articles on biodiversity, Essays on Population growth pollution and its implications on the Natural resources and ultimately on the mankind. This book has a bio-social approach to handle the delicate issues of Environment and biodiversity. With an interdisciplinary approach the book will be useful for the undergraduate, postgraduate and research students working in the field of Population, Pollution and Biodiversity Loss. Contents Preface INTRODUCTION : 1. Population Growth, Pollution and Biodiversity Loss : Footprints and Milestones/B.K. Sinha I. POPULATION GROWTH AND POLLUTION : 2. Population and Environmental Degradation : a Serious Challenge for Sustainable Development/B.K. Thakur 3. Population Growth in India : Retrospect and Prospect/Kanti Kumari and Shriti Choudhary 4. Study on Quantity and Composition of Waste Generation in Ranchi Municipal Area/Rajesh Kr. Das, Awdhesh Prasad, Prasanjit Mukherjee and Smita Sinha 5. Need for Conservation of Water Resources in Jharkhand/Shiv Kumar II. POPULATION GROWTH AND BIODIVERSITY LOSS : 6. Impacts of Silvicultural Techniques in Forest Biodiversity Conservation/B.N. Divakara 7. Estuarine Molluscan Species Diversity in River Swarnrekha at Kankrapal with Reference to Some Causes of their Loss in Biodiversity Composition/S.R. Pal and M.C. Mahata 8. Biodiversity Loss and Quality of Life of Tribal Women in Jharkhand/Shriti Choudhary and B.K. Sinha 9. Vegetational Analysis of Horhap Forest for Biodiversity Mapping and Management/Sweta Malani, Madhu Pandey and M.P. Sinha 10. An Overview of Fish Diversity of Jharkhand State/Md. Tanweer Ahmad 11. Alarming Decline in the Population of an Edible Passeriformes, Eremopteryx Grisea. L. : A Case Study of Biodiversity Loss/Meetu Sinha, Jaya Prabha Mahato, M. Prasad and P.N. Panday III. POLLUTION AND BIODIVERSITY LOSS: 12. Waste Management Through Vermiculture and Vermicomposting/Sharmila Rani and Vijeta Shree 13. Impact Assessment of Insecticides and Pesticides on Soil Insect Biodiversity of Agricultural Land of Ranchi, Jharkhand/Madhusudan Mahto, Amita Hembrom, Kavita Choudhary and B.K. Sinha 14. Tobacco Smoke: a Carcinogen Made by Man for Man/Ajay Vidyarthi 15. Forests: a Biosphere Carbon Sequester/B.N. Divakara 16. Industrialization and Environmental Concerns for Sustainable Development/M.L. Baharani 17. Waste Management and Resource Conservation at Academic Institutions/G. Kumar and Roli Roy IV. POPULATION, POLLUTION AND BIODIVERSITY LOSS AND INFORMATION Technology : 18. Road-Mapping the Evolution of Computer simulation and Spatial Modelling in the Field of Ecological Researches/B.K. Sinha and Kavita Choudhary 19. Role of Information Technology and Networking Among the Institutions with Special Reference to Biodiversity Management in Jharkhand/H.K. Singh and Rajesh Kumar 20. Development of Decision Support System/Deepak Kumar Ghosh Printed Pages: 270. Seller Inventory # 37008

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S.R. Singh

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ISBN 10: 8131301281 ISBN 13: 9788131301289

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. Printed Pages: 280. Seller Inventory # 40115

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Vijaya Deshmukh (Ed.)

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ISBN 10: 8126916761 ISBN 13: 9788126916764

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

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Burton E. Swanson

Published by Daya Publishing House (2005)

ISBN 10: 8170354080 ISBN 13: 9788170354086

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book on Improving Agricultural Extension: a Reference Manual offers a critical review and inventory-analysis of the State of the Art in agricultural extension theory and best practices written by internationally known agricultural extension practitioners, educators and scholars. A total of 38 authors from 15 countries contributed to the 23 chapters of this book and thus they provided broad international perspectives, covering both theory and practice, as well as micro and macro issues related to agricultural extension. It is the third edition of a classic reference manual on agricultural extension published by the Food an Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations. Aimed at agricultural extension planners, managers, trainers, educators, and field practitioners, this book could be useful in improving the quality of agricultural extension and in generating new ideas and methods for increasing further the cost-effectiveness of agricultural extension programmes. It provides many sound and practical suggestions for developing and improving the conceptual, technical and operational methods and tools in order to strategically plan, efficently manage and scientifically evaluate a problem-solving, demand-driven and needs-based agricultural extension programmes.;;Contents;Part I: Overview of Extension in Agricultural and Rural Development; Chapter 1: The history, development and future of agricultural extension by Gqyn E Jones and Chris Garforth; Chapter 2: Alternative approaches to organizing extension by Uwe Jens Nagel; Chapter 3: The context of extension in agricultural and rural development by Warren Peterson; Chapter 4: The economic contributions of agricultural extension to agricultural and rural development by Robert Evenson; Part II: Improving Extension Programmes and Process; Chapter 5: Assessing target gorup needs by N L McCaslin and Jovan P Tibezinda; Chapter 6: Using rapid or participatory rural appraisal by Jules N Pretty and Simplice D Volouhe; Chapter 7: Developing and delivering extension programmes by Artur Christovao, Timothy Koehnen and Jose Portela; Chapter 8: Selecting appropriate content and methods in programme delivery by Dunstan A Campbell and St Clair Barker; Chapter 9: Improving Women Farmer Access to Extension Services by Janice Jiggins, R K Samanta and Janice E Olawoye; Chapter 10: Implementing strategic extension campaigns by Ronny Adhikarya; Chapter 11: Evaluating extension programmes by David Deshler; Part III: Improving Extension Management; Chapter 12: Formulating extension policy by Tito E Contado; Chapter 13: Improving the Organization and Management of Extension by M W Waldron, J Vsanthakumar and S Arulraj; Chapter 14: Managing human resources within extension by K Vijayaragavan and Y P Singh; Chapter 15: Training and professional development by Abdul Halim and Md Mozahar Ali; Chapter 16: Acquiring and managing financial resources by Robert P Bentz; Chapter 17: Monitoring extension programmes and resources by D C Misra; Chapter 18: Establishing a Management Information System by A Ramesh Babu, Y P Singh and R K Sachdeva; Chapter 19: Strengthening research-extension-farmer linkages by Burton E Swanson; Part IV: Current Trends and Development; Chapter 20: Extension\`s role in sustainable agricultural development by Niels Roling and Jules N Pretty; Chapter 21: Establishing and strengthening farmer organizations by Shankariah Chamala and P M Shingi; Chapter 22: Privatizing agricultural extension by William M Rivera and John W Cary; Chapter 23: The role of nongovernmental organizations in extension by John Farrington. Printed Pages: 231. Seller Inventory # 56769

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Gurdeep Singh,N.C. Saxena,R. Ghosh

Published by Scientific Publishers (2002)

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book, which is a compilation of first hand inputs from the environmental experts, is being put forward to fulfil the much needed requirement of the mineral industry. The book in its seventeen chapters outlines roles of executives in environmental management environmental administration; environmental impacts; societal environment, ecological environment; land environment including subsidence manage- ment, and land use planning; environmental implications of mine fires; water environment including water management; air pollution management; noise pollution management; environmental impacts of blasting; environmental impact assessment; application of remote sensing; preparation of environmental management plans, and environmental economics. for the benefit of the mineral industry. It is anticipated that the book will be useful to the executives of the mineral industry; the officials of the regulatory agencies, the researchers and academicians, and the students in undergraduate and post graduate programmes. The book will also be a useful addition to the libraries. Contents: 1. INTRODUCTION - Naresh Chandra Saxena Preamble, Human Environmental Concern; Mining Environment, Indian Scenario; Objectives and Strategy of CIL`s Environmental Policy; Environmental Management Ingradients; Management of Mining Environment ; Annexures 1.1 to 1.4 2. ROLES OF EXECUTIVES IN ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT - Naresh Chandra Saxena Preamble, Roles of Executives, Environmental Training, Annexures 2.1-2.3 3. ENVIRONMENTAL ADMINISTRATION WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MINING - Gurdeep Singh & Naresh Chandra Saxena Preamble; Central Government Organisations; State Government Organisations; Educational Institutions; Research Organisations; Information System; Mining Companies; Categorisation of Areas; Annexures 3.1 to 3.5 4. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF MINING AND ASSOCIATED ACTIVITIES - Naresh Chandra Saxena Preamble; Activities in Mining Complexes; Impacts of Activities; Impacts on Societal Environment; Impacts on Ecological Environment ; Impacts on Land ; Impacts on Water Regime; Impacts on Atmosphere; Noise and Vibrations 5. SOCIETAL ENVIRONMENT - Naresh Chandra Saxena Preamble; Societal Status; Societal Indicators; Quality of Life Criteria; R&R Policy of CIL; Planning for Societal Development; Sources of Information; Selected Occupational Health and Safety Standards; Annexures 5.1 to 5.2 6. ECOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT - Subodh Kumar Maiti Preamble; Structure and Functions of Ecosystem; Basic Concepts; Ecological Basis of Reclamation; Formulation of Ecological Goals; Site Preparation; Seed Bed Preparation; Seeding; Criteria for Selection of Species and Planting Techniques ; Nursery Development ; Considerations 7. LAND ENVIRONMENT - Rekha Ghosh Preamble; Changes in Drainage Pattern; Top-soil and Sub-soil Management ; Reclamation; Land Use Planning and Management; Annexure 7.1 8 SUBSIDENCE MANAGEMENT- Naresh Chandra Saxena Preamble, Mechanisms of Subsidence , Dangers to Underground Workings, Subsidence Management, SLMM Planning 9 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS OF MINE FIRES - Durga Charan Panigrahi Preamble; Environmental Implications of Mine Fires; Delineation of Mine Fire; Delimiting the Fire Area; Methods for Liquidating Mine Fire; Assessment of Impact from the Proposed Action of Fire Control; Success Story in Some Fire Control Projects 10 WATER MANAGEMENT - Rekha Ghosh, Gurdeep Singh & Naresh Chandra Saxena Preamble; Water Pollution ; Water Quality Standards ; Water Pollution Acts ; Water Quality Criteria ; Water Pollution in Mining Areas ; Water Balance; Water Management ; Water Quality Control Issues and Strategies; Augmentation of Pumped out Mine Water; Prevention and Control of Acid Mine Drainage; Water Pollution and its Management in Coal Washeries; Effluents from Workshops and Vehicle Wash Plants; Water Pollution and Management Printed Pages: 410. Seller Inventory # 64932

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S.S. Singh, R.R. Hanchinal, Gyanendra Singh, R.K. Sharma, B.S. Tyagi, M.S. Sharan & Indu Sharma (Eds

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About this Item: Narosa Publishing House, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Wheat is the most widely grown and consumed cereal in the world and its demand is expected to grow due to increasing population, change in food habits in favour of wheat and nutritional requirements. Despite adverse effects of biotic and abiotic stresses, India harvested all time high wheat production of 85.93 million tons from 29.5 million hectare during 2010-11. To address the challenges of plateauing yield, anticipated threats and researchable issues, an International Group Meeting was organized during February 9-12, 2011. In this international event, renowned researchers of different disciplines representing wheat growing countries deliberated on various issues. The information encompasses various researchable areas, possible impact of climate change and future strategies to enhance wheat production on sustainable basis. This book will be very useful for the wheat researchers, students and policy makers for ensuring food and nutritional security at global level. Table of Contents Foreword / Preface / Research and Development Strategy to Produce 100 Million Metric Tons of Wheat in India by 2030 / Advances in Raising Yield Potential and Breeding Durable Rust Resistance in CIMMYT Spring Wheat Germplasm / National Efforts for Increasing Wheat Productivity / Emmer Wheat Improvement: Achievements and Future Challenges / Coordinated Efforts to Improve Wheat Productivity under Changing Climatic Conditions in India / Wheat Improvement for Soils Affected by Waterlogging, Salinity and Drought / Physiological and Genetic Interventions to Improve Salinity, Sodicity and Waterlogging Tolerance in Wheat / Wheat Breeding for Increasing Productivity in Eastern Gangetic Plains / Vibrancy of the Indian Wheat in Upholding Yield and Quality under Global Environmental Change / Utilizing Novel Genes from Alien and Wild Gene Pool through Pre-Breeding / Breeding for Heat Stress in Wheat / SNPs and Sequencing Based Genotyping for Wheat Molecular Breeding / Genomic Approaches for Wheat Productivity under Changing Climatic Conditions / Newer Approaches of Marker Development for Rust / Gene Pyramiding and Marker Assisted Selection for Rust Resistance Enhancement in Wheat / Marker Assisted Breeding for Attaining Durable Rust Resistance in Indian Wheat under Changing Climate / Marker Assisted Selection for Development of Drought and Heat Tolerant Bread Wheat / Wide Hybridization for Alien Gene Transfer and Haploid Induction in Wheat / Resource Conservation Technologies for the Productivity and Profitability / Mechanization for Resource Conservation in Wheat Production / Integrated Weed Management Strategies for Sustainable Wheat Production / Resource Management for Enhancing Wheat Productivity in Warmer Regions of India / Effect of Tillage and Nutrient Management on Wheat Yield and Quality in Rice-Wheat Rotation / Climate Change and Cereal Diseases in South Asia / Wheat Rust Pathotypes in Indian Subcontinent Then and Now / Epidemiology of Rusts and Puccinia Path in India: Present Status / Adult-Plant and Durable Rust Resistance in Indian Wheats / Virulence Reshuffling of Wheat Rust Pathogens in India and Strategies of Disease Management / Karnal Bunt Resistance in Wheat: Development and Analysis of Appropriate Host and Pathogen System / Bipolaris Sorokiniana Causing Spot Blotch Disease in Wheat and its Management in India / Detection of Genetic Variation among Fusarium Head Blight (head scab) and Karnal Bunt Pathogens of Wheat / Emerging Wheat Diseases of Warmer Region and Their Management / Management of Biotic Stresses-IPM and other Alterntive Means / Management of Stored Grain Pests of Wheat Through Modified Atmosphere / Breeding Bread Wheat for Diverse Food End-uses / Industrial and Nutritional Quality of Indian Wheat Vis-À-Vis Value Addition / Improvement of Processing and Nutritional Quality of Wheat: Molecular Approach / B Printed Pages: 398. Seller Inventory # 68500

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S. R. Singh

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C.S. Dange,Seema Kumar

Published by Scientific Publishers (2009)

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book has embarked on wide range of topics related to forestry research and extension presented by various subject specialists during the workshop on ?Challenges in Forestry Research Extension? held at Arid Forest Research Institute, Jodhpur. This book shall be a gateway to forestry research and extension in developing effective forestry research technology dissemination strategies for linking people with forestry research development in one way or the other and to apply institutional integrated approach in a coordinated manner through effective nodal extension wing with experienced technical personnel so as to derive maximum benefits for improving productivity of land and enhancing livelihood. Contents: I : STRATEGIES FOR APPLICABILITY OF AVAILABLE TECHNOLOGY PACKAGES 1 A concept paper on forestry extension - Mehar Singh 2 Strategies for adaptation of forestry-agroforestry research for the end users - L.N. Harsh 3 Forest research in Gujarat - B.K. Sinha 4 Extension strategies for enhanced usage of lesser-known wood - S.H. Jain and R. Arya II : CRITERIA, INDICATORS AND PERFORMANCE BENCHMARKS 5 Forests versus Orans and Gauchars - S.M. Mohnot and Kuldeep Singh 6 Extension of ecological principles in rehabilitation of lignite mined wastelands - Suresh Kumar and Parveen Kumar 7 Forestry research extension in Rajasthan: present status, potential, expectations, constraints, problems and strategy for future approach - K.R. Kala 8 Extension technologies found useful in tree improvement work - C.J.S.K. Emmanuel, U.K. Tomar and Tarun Kant 9 Information technology for forestry research extension: potentials, impediments and direction - A.K. Sinha, R.L. Srivastava and U.K. Tomar 10 Development of scientific rationale for distribution and abundance of medicinal plants of desert Rajasthan - Manju Singhi, Vinod Joshi and P.K. Dam III : BEST PRACTICE AND GUIDELINES 11 Medicinal plants - their good uses and place in forestry research extension - Ram Harsh Singh 12 Forestry extension in hot arid tract: why are we not so successful - M.A. Khan, J.C. Tewari and Pratap Narain 13 Strategies of tree integration to control land degradation and to increase agricultural productivity of dry lands - G. Singh 14 Forests of Dadra and Nagar Haveli - S.S. Kandpal IV : POTENTIALS, EXPECTATIONS AND CONSTRAINTS 15 Applications of remote sensing and geographic information system techniques in forest studies - Rakesh Paliwal and J.R. Sharma 16 Constraints in Agroforestry of medicinal plants in Rajast-han: situation analysis and suggestive remedial measures - P.K. Dam, R.C. Sharma, Vinod Joshi, Manju Singhi and Anil Purohit 17 Successful demonstration of urban forestry model in Jodhpur city and strategies for its extension in other urban areas of arid region - Pradeep Chaudhry, Arvind Apte and R.L. Srivastava 18 Role of forest protection research in the extension activities - S.I. Ahmed and K.K. Srivastava 19 Water resource management in Marwar region of Rajasthan - Mahendra Mehta and Suneet Sethi 20 Forest technology extension - integrated approach - G.D. Singh, S.K. Sharma and J.P. Lakhera V : FUTURE STRATEGIES AND METHODOLOGIES 21 Forestry extension in hot arid regions of India: some pertinent issues - Pratap Narain and J.C. Tewari 22 Framework for the future development of extension activities in the forestry sector - V.N. Joshi, S.K. Intodia and R.C. Dadheech 23 A concept note on strategies and approaches for extension of forestry technology in arid zone - R.S. Mertia and Rajendra Prasad 24 Strategies for extension of important non-wood products technologies - Ranjana Arya, Mala Rathore, S.H. Jain, Hemant Kumar, R.R. Lohara and R.K. Meena 25 Status versus future of forestry research extension - C.S. Dange, Sunil Kumar, B.M. Dimri and A.K. Chattopadhyay RECOMMENDATIONS Printed Pages: 324. Seller Inventory # 64995

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S R Maloo

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About this Item: Agrotech. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Sustainable crop production under abiotic stress environment/S.M.S. Tomar, S.R. Singh and T. Kumar. 2. Agroforestry in different agro-ecological regions of India/K.R. Solanki and A.K. Bisaria. 3. Male gametophytic selection for abiotic stress tolerance in crop plants/ R.L. Ravikumar and B.S. Patil. 4. Agronomic management of acid soils/L.L. Somani, K.L. Totawat and M.S. Shaktawat. 5. Small millets for sustainable production in dry lands/S.R. Maloo and A. Seetharam. 6. Molecular genetic approaches for abiotic stress tolerance in crop plants/V.V. Shenoy. 7. Medicinal and aromatic plants for environmental stresses/P.C. Bordia and S.G. Wankhade. 8. Breeding oilseed brassicas for drought tolerance/D. Kumar. 9. Famines and agriculture in Rajasthan during 1800-1900: a brief historical survey/Kamala Jain. 10. Watershed planning and evaluation in drought prone areas/A. Sharma, S.C. Mahnot and A.S. Solanki. 11. Integrated disease and pest management of rapeseed-mustard/K.K. Mondal, S. C. Chatterjee, R. Nath and A. Shukla. Subject index. "Sustainable crop production systems are extremely meaningful in the context of dwindling natural resources and rising population pressures. Abiotic stresses are the principle sources of yield losses. Sustaining and improving crop production in abiotic stress environments is feasible with new technologies and scientific understanding. The book presents the much needed information on various hostile factors like stresses of moisture, temperature, salinity and acidity and their efficient management. The book 368 pp. Seller Inventory # 38763

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B Ramesh Babu; S Gopalakrishnan

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ISBN 10: 8170003725 ISBN 13: 9788170003724

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About this Item: Ess Ess Pub, 2003. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: I. Knowledge management: 1. From Aristotle to the semantic web/ Alan Gilchrist. 2. Information professional in knowledge management age/D. Rajyalakshmi. 3. Knowledge management in the digital era: problems and prospects/A.C. Ganesh and M. Tamizhchelvan. 4. GIS: an effective tool for knowledge management/Manorama Srinath, S. Manivannan and P. Thangaraj. 5. Knowledge management and the role of public libraries/P. Rajendran. 6. Knowledge management and the role of classification schemes/G. Valasayya. II. Information management and public libraries: 7. Information management in state central libraries of India/R. Ramasami. 8. A need for information management in public libraries in the present era/H.V. Mote. 9. Information management in public libraries/M. Satyanarayana. 10. Information management through IT in public libraries/Sonal Singh and Surendra Singh. 11. Rural library networking for information and knowledge management at the grass root level/N. Giridhari Singh. 12. Knowledge society and public libraries/R. Arjunan. III. Human resource development: 13. Library staffing considerations: a challenge in the electronic environment/M. Natarajan. 14. Application of decision support system (DSS) in libraries with reference to training and development of manpower/P. Nageswara Rao and B. Ramesh Babu. 15. Need for rejuvenating the library profession to the knowledge management era/S. Gopalakrishnan. IV. Digital resources management: 16. Revolution in education and interactive tele- learning through automated libraries/V. Venkata Ramana. 412 pp. Seller Inventory # 48099

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Syam Mohan Dwivedi and Hridya Narayan Mishra

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

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B N Pandey

Published by APH, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176489883 ISBN 13: 9788176489881

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About this Item: APH, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Indian fisheries in the context of food security poverty alleviation and the environment/B.N. Pandey. 2. Biodiversity text context and conflicts/N.C. Datta. 3. Anatomy of environment and emergence of environmental science an overview and innerview/N.C. Datta. 4. Behavioural research for the management of Gram Pod Borer Helicoverpa Armigera (Lepidoptera Noctuidae)/Ashok K. Singh. 5. Insects a tool in forensic science/Samiran Chakravarti. 6. Co evolution in insect and plant association/Samiran Chakrabarti. 7. Lac cultivation and production technologies/A. Bhattacharya. 8. Lac insect bionomics and its biotic complex/A. Bhattacharya. 9. Population dynamics of insect pests and their management in agro eco system/Ashok K. Singh. 10. Lac basic information/A.K. Jaiswal K.K. Sharma and R. Ramani. 11. Population growth resource consumption and environmental degradation/M. Razimuddin. 12. New dimensions on the ecosystem management/S.P. Roy. 13. Bio indicators of environment/S.P. Roy. 14. Some aspect of Tasar culture an overview/K.B. Sharma. 15. Reality of aids a focus/K.B. Sharma. 16. Air pollution and its management/Yogendra Prasad Singh. 17. Incidence of strongyloides papillosus. wedl. in Sheep and Goats in and around Gaya (Bihar)/Krishneshwar Sharma. 18. Common anti hypertensive drugs and their effect on heart/Ajit Kumar Singh. 19. Understanding human behaviour/Shamshad Hussain. 20. Cell cycle/M. Raziuddin. 21. The body in defence/Neelima Gupta. 22. Human infertility and diseases/S.K. Singh. 23. Fish as a food commodity biochemical composition of fish/U.C. Goswami. 24. Solid waste management/K.N.P. Singh. 25. Reptiles of India an over view/T.S.N. Murthy and B.N. Pandey. 26. Microorganisms infection and diseases/B.K. Singh. 27. Prospects of gene therapy/Vijay Kumar. 28. Trends in animal biotechnology/Vijay Kumar. 29. Environmental biotechnology applications in integrated scampi fish culture/Sandeep K. Malhotra. 30. Environmental concerns/P.N. Pandey and M.K. Jamuar. 31. Effect of neem on tribolium castancum (the rust flour beetle)/Bindu Singh. 32. No woman no cry/A.K. Tripathi. Index. India is endowed with a great wealth of biological diversity in its forests glaciers rivers reservoirs lakes coastal areas and wetlands but in the recent years following massive anthropogenic development there has been rapid industrialization in the country resulting in the degradation of the environment and loss of much biodiversity consequent upon fragmentation of the habitat. There is an urgent need to conserve it other wise posterity will not forgive us. The quality of environment has degraded by the population explosion which eventually lead to poverty. Effects are being made to have optimum use of the principles and technique of biotechnology and bioinformatics for the cause of human welfare. Thus better understanding of inter relationship between the human beings and the biosphere can only be obtained by the documentation of the importance of zoology or animal sciences as a whole. In this book an attempt has been made to highlight the latest developmental issues so that the data presented here in can be profitably used for human welfare. This book will be very useful for the students teachers and researchers in the field of animal sciences and environment. 258 pp. Seller Inventory # 59028

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S B Verma; P N Sankaran and Ravi Kumar Shrivastawa

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176298816 ISBN 13: 9788176298810

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Social mobilisation and development 1. Social mobilization and rural empowerment/D.G.A. Khan. 2. Social mobilisation/R.R. Prasad. 3. Social audit an overview/Kultar Singh. 4. Social capital measuring the social cohesion/Kultar Singh. 5. Social capital alternative model for viable development/Aditya Keshari Mishra. 6.Social work coming to the fore/Praveen K. Singh. 7. PURA in action/A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. 8. Stakeholders in rural development concerns and challenges/Badal Chandra Das. 9. Transforming the rural sector/Dhurjati Mukherjee. II. Social Development Programmes 10. Internet and rural development/Kundan Kumar and Anurag Kumar. 11. Economic policy for balanced growth/Sukanya N. 12. Second Green revolution a catalyst for rural uplift/Swarna Sadasivam Vepa. 13. Issues in bio regional planning/I. Sundar. 14. Strategies to boost efficiency of rural development programmes/D.P. Singh. 15. Consumer protection through legislation/Gnana Desigan C. III. Technology and agriculture development Technology assessment in agriculture/K. Ponnusamy. 17. IT in agriculture/Shahanawazul Islam Hari Om Agarwal and Samir Farooqi. 18. Role of information technology in agriculture/Anil Kumar Rathod S.D. Yaragoppa and Harish Babu B. N. 19. WTO and commercialization of agriculture/Subah Singh Yadav. 20. Production and export of Banana/Ajay Verma and K.P. Singh. 21. High density orcharding a profitable venture/M.G.D.M. Reddy. 22. Floriculture industry in India/Manish Kanwat. 23. Horticulture production route to rural prosperity/A.R. Patel. 24. On farm irrigation science and management/Manasmani Dev Goswami. 25. Agriculture poised towards agri business in India/I. Sekar. 26. Facing famine fearlessly/I.C. Srivastava. 27. Challenges of the rural ecosystems in India/G. Eswaraiah. 28. Rural non farm sector in India an appraisal/R.P. Chaturvedi. IV. Food and Development 29. Quality norms and food processing/Ashok B. Sharma. 30. Food processing value addition and income distribution/Nayaz Rasul. 31. Issues of food security/Surinder Sud. 32. Reducing food insecurity through grain banks /J. Bhagyalakshmi. 33. Public distribution system an analysis/B.K. Pattanaik. 34. Public distribution system revisited/L.P. Singh. Index. India has a vast pool of rural entrepreneurial talent. Credit flow towards agricultural and allied sectors holds the hope of reversing migration and bringing prosperity. Economic growth requires an improvement in regional balance it is essential that the government goes slow on its economic reforms programme and plays an active intervention policy in the economic life of the country. There is a need for investment in second Green Revolution from the public and private sectors. Decentralised approach and sound planning are a must. Agro processing development of livestock sector and fisheries development would add to the job opportunities in the rural sector. 328 pp. Seller Inventory # 60702

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R K Uppal

Published by New Century Publication, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8177081527 ISBN 13: 9788177081527

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About this Item: New Century Publication, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Customer relationship management and profitability in banks/Sanskritirani Desai. 2. Customer relationship management in the banking sector/Anupma Sharma. 3. Customer relationship management in ICICI Bank/Hansa L. Manahor J. Sindhuja M. Daniel Rajkumar and Sree Sarika Bhuvaneshwari. 4. Measuring the success of customer relationship management outsourcing/Gianetan S. Sekhon R.K. Chauhan and Sawtantar Singh. 5. Customer awareness and satisfaction with e banking services a case study/Monika Aggarwal. 6. Corporate governance in banks/Aditya Gautam and Indu Gaba. 7. Corporate governance in India/Neetu Khanna and Shivani Gupta. 8. Corporate governance and transparency in banks/Leena Kakkar Preety Sharma and Pooja Mehta. 9. Economic reforms and public sector banks/Rajinder Punia and Himanshu Rampal. 10. Banking sector reforms issues policies and outlook/R.K. Uppal and Rimpi Kaur. 11. Banking insurance and financial sectors/Rajesh Marwaha and Pooja Chatley. 12. Value added accounting for evaluating performance of banks/Nazir Ahmad Gilkar. 13. Stress management in banks/Nitu Gupta and Ritu Gupta. 14. Business process reengineering/Nitu Gupta and Rimpi Kaur. 15. Business ethics an essential ingredient in corporate governance/Nitu Gupta. 16. Customer relationship management and banking industry/Sudhir Sharma and Akash Kumar. Index. Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is fundamental to building a customer centric organisation. CRM system links together the customer data into single and logical customer repository. CRM in banking is a key element of differentiation that allows a bank to develop its customer base and Sales capacity. The goal of CRM is to manage all aspects of customer interactions in a manner that enables banks to maximise profitability from every customer. Increasing competition deregulation and the internet have all contributed to the increase in customer power. Technology has reduced barriers to entry and exit for the customers making it easier to switch banks or brokers without feeling the pinch in the wallet. Retaining customers is a major concern for banking institutions which underscores the importance of Customer Relationship Management (CRM). Customers faced with an increasing array of banking products and services are expecting more from banks in terms of customised offerings attractive returns ease of access and transparency in dealings. By using knowledge of the customer banks can turn customer relationship into a key competitive advantage. Banks can develop customer relationships across a broad spectrum of touch points branches kiosks ATMs internet electronic banking smart cards call centres and phone banking. The full integration of these systems their associated business processes and the methods for which information is extracted and used forms the basis for CRM. This book examines issues related to changing banking industry and the challenges in Customer Relationships Management (CRM). The book should appeal to the students of economics commerce and business management. It would also serve the purpose of banking executives researchers and others interested in understanding CRM in Indian banking industry. 246 pp. Seller Inventory # 67463

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Anirudh Bharati & S.D. Chamola (Eds)

Published by Global Vision Publishing House (2012)

ISBN 10: 8182204593 ISBN 13: 9788182204591

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About this Item: Global Vision Publishing House, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Policy formulation for agriculture and rural development in India should be undertaken in the context of changing scenarios at national and international levels. Only then the policy package will be relevant and visible for implementation. The national and international scenarios are changing very fast. These include the march of science and technology in all disciplines and areas, globalization and integration of economics, economic liberalization, democratization of political regime, social and cultural resurgence, evolution of knowledge economy, revolution in information and communication technologies and so on. There are many emerging issues due to these changes. It is not possible to discuss all the issues in a single volume. In the present book, an attempt has been made to identify some of those issues which are fast emerging and will have far reaching implications for agriculture and rural development in the coming decades. Contents Preface (v) Contributors (ix) 1. Introduction 1 S.D. Chamola Part?I Emerging Trend and Future Vision 2. India?s Growth Vision: Liberalized Economy and People Participation 25 H.L.Verma 3. Emerging Trends in Indian Agriculture 43 R.K. Khatkar Part?II Food Security and Agricultural Management 4. Food Security and Sustainability in Indian Agricultural System 61 Anirudh Bharati 5. Distributive Injustice in Food and Agricultural Management: Indian Experience since Independence 73 Anirudh Bharati 6. Emerging Consumption Pattern in Rural Sector in India 83 Sangeeta Chahal Sindhu 7. Animal Rearing for Rural Development 101 A.K. Khanna and A.K. Sikka 8. Management of Infrastructure Sector in India: Some Critical Issues 119 Atul Dhingra and S.D. Chamola 9. Rural Marketing in India: Realities, Myths, Opportunities and Challenges 129 Atul Dhingra 10. Export of Indian Rice: A Case Study 145 Pardeep Gupta Part?III People?s Participation and Decentralization 11. People?s Participation and Decentralization: The Emerging Areas in Rural Development 157 Manoj Siwach, Sunil Kumar and Abhey Singh Godara 12. Sociological Problems in Agriculture and Rural Development in India 179 R.K. Punia, Sapna Grewal and Deep Punia 13. Women in Agriculture and Rural Development 197 Anirudh Bharati and Jitendra Kumar 14. Land Acquisition, Displacement and Resettlement Issues 209 S.D. Chamola 15. Role of Non-Farm Sector in Rural Development 227 S.D. Chamola Part?IV Information and Communication Technology 16. Information and Communication Technology in Agriculture and Rural Development 247 Balwan Singh 17. Transfer of Agricultural Technologies: Some Emerging Concepts 269 Anirudh Bharati 18. Some Emerging Technologies in Indian Agriculture 275 Anil Sindhu, J.S. Rana, Lakshmi Chaudhary and M.K. Saini 19. Intellectual Property Rights and Indian Agriculture 289 Pardeep Gupta 20. Revamping National Agricultural Research, Education and Extension System 299 S.D. Chamola Index Printed Pages: 334. Seller Inventory # 46587

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