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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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Sundar Ram

Published by Kanishka, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8173919267 ISBN 13: 9788173919268

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About this Item: Kanishka, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Introduction Bharat Ratna Shri Rajiv (Ratna) Gandhi a Jewel of India/Sundar Ram. 2. Rajiv Gandhi and modern India dreams and vision/Shivraj V. Patil. 3. Dream of Rajiv Gandhi Healthy Gram Raj for self reliant India/Mohan Dharia. 4. Rajiv Gandhi in the role of leader of opposition in Indian parliament/P. Upendra. 5. Rajiv Gandhi random reminiscences/V.R. Krishna Iyer. 6. Bharat Ratna Rajiv Gandhi a gentleman par excellence/P. Shiv Shanker. 7. My reminiscences of Rajiv Gandhi/Raby Ray. 8. Rajiv Gandhi a peerless leader/N. Rangasamy. 9. Rajiv Gandhi and some reminiscences/Ajit Kumar Panja. 10. Rajiv Gandhi and Indian space/U.R. Rao. 11. Rajiv Gandhi and information technology/S.Z. Qasim. 12. Rajiv Gandhi a true symbol of national unity and integration/S.K. Pachauri. 13. Rajiv Gandhi the last Messiah/Karunakar Patnaik. 14. Resent Panchayati Raj in India Pragmatic vision of Rajiv Gandhi/P.K. Chaubey. 15. Remembering Rajiv Gandhi/Subhash C. Kashyap. 16. Rajiv Gandhi's vision of governance/Ramesh K. Arora. 17. Women's empowerment and Rajiv Gandhi/U. Kalpagam. 18. Rajiv Gandhi and Panchayati Raj unfinished agenda/Mahi Pal. 19. Rajiv Gandhi as a sensitive environmentalist/Amita Singh. 20. Rajiv Gandhi and women's empowerment/K. Jayalakshmi. 21. Rajiv Gandhi's vision of Panchayati Raj/Yatindra Singh Sisodia. 22. Rajiv Gandhi's framework for devolution of powers for democracy and development in India/G. Palanithurai. 23. Rajiv Gandhi promoter of information technology and public sector efficiency/T.H. Chowdary. 24. Rajiv Gandhi and rural development/K.S.R. Murthy. 25. Women who makes a difference Rajiv Gandhi's contributions/V. Mohini Giri. Appendices. Index. 254 pp. Seller Inventory # 65759

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Published by Academic Excellence, Delhi (2008)

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About this Item: Academic Excellence, Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction. 1. Sixty years of India's democratic experiment/Surendra Mohan. 2. Education Policy in Post Independent India issues and challenges/Manvendra Kishore Das. 3. India at 60 the economy/Manoj Panda. 4. India's industrialization some reflections/V. Krishnamurthy. 5. Power sector today and tomorrow/Suresh P. Prabhu. 6. Indian it industry the path travelled so far and the road ahead/Narayana N.R. Murthy. 7. Indian electronics hardware industry/Vinod K. Agarwal. 8. The morphing media scene/S. Narendra. 9. Supreme Court of India reflective restrained and redeemer/Aruneshwar Gupta. 10. Naxalites and the Internal Security of India/G.C. Nayak. 11. India's Foreign Policy at 60/Pinaki Bhattacharya. 12. India's Cultural Diplomacy/A.K. Pasha. 13. Saga of India Cinema/Mahendra Ved. Index. We at the CNF thought the best way to celebrate 60 Anniversary of India's Independence would be to collect the reminiscences of people who went through years of nation building during the past six decades. Therefore we selected largely people who had some reminiscences of this process. We feel this will be a great reminder to the people of today how India was build. And how many more miles the nation has to go in the coming years. With the performance of India during the six decades is being often described half full/half empty conveying that there is a mixed reaction from people today. As compared to the other developing countries India managed to establish political institutions to govern its people. The concept of unity in diversity a new phenomenon in the contemporary political thought is a unique contribution made by India and it is being implemented effectively. Similarly by a unique policy of state intervention in the process of development enabled the country to place the experiences of famine/drought as a part of history. Today Bengal famine is a part of history. The macro economic indicators of independent India are strong and enable the country to boast about industries like knowledge industry and information technology industry. This volume will enable the reader to get a glimpse of the process of nation building that took place during the past six decades. The CNF Year Book 2007 covers a select areas of in depth analysis on Indian politics education economy industrialization power sector software industry hardware industry media scene judiciary internal security foreign policy cultural diplomacy and cinema. 304 pp. Seller Inventory # 68486

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Somu Giriappa

Published by Daya Publishing House (2002)

ISBN 10: 8170352754 ISBN 13: 9788170352754

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. There has been an increasing awareness as to the nexus between economics and law affecting the economy, as a whole. Many economic laws purport to uphold the rule of law and any violation of the laws is meted out with appropriate punitive measures. It is the bounden duty of citizens as well the lawmakers and implementers of safeguard the basic tenets of the rule of law principles embedded in the laws and see that they are enforced and adhered to with economic rationality.;In this, discussion on intellectual property rights has centered around compliance to the WTO standards and all the member countries including India are to modernize their IPR laws toward a globalized adoption and relevance. This volume attempts to pinpoint the status of IPRs with special reference to copyright laws and the likely issues involved in enforcement, violation and adherence to the copyright law and neighboring matters. The papers included are the outcome of a seminar and issues discussed range from the salient features of copyright and other IPRs, the problems in enforcement, the extent of adherence and the prospects in the globalized world.;Copyright being a sovereign right can be exchanged provided there are some costs including monopoly empowerment, but in this the economy\`s overall welfare has to be safeguarded. In this, it is hoped that the papers written by experts in the field of law would be a beginning to understand the nuances of copyright and other IPRs and their role in the economy. There is the necessity for further deliberations on the nexus between economy and law and it is hoped that this volume would fill in the gap confronting the desired linkage.;Contents;Chapter 1: Copyright Law and Practice in India: A Cross Check by N L Mitra & Sahana Murthy, Chapter 2: Economics and Politics of Copyright by G Thimmaiah, Chapter 3: Copyright and Related Rights: Law and Enforcement in India by T C James, Chapter 4: A Study on Copyright, Infringement and Remedies by R Vengam and M Rajendran, Chapter 5: Copyright Law by E Vijaya Kumar, Chapter 6: Protecting the Creator or the Entrepreneur? The Copyright Law\`s Dilemma in the Sphere of Performer\`s Rights by P Ishwara Bhat, Chapter 7: Methodological Issues in Copyright and Other Property Rights by S Giriappa and P A Rego, Chapter 8: Copyright and Media by Vishwesh Sekhar, Chapter 9: Nature and Extent of Copyright Protection for Computer Program by K R Aithal, Chapter 10: Copyright and Software by Bobby Kunhu, Chapter 11: Internet Domain Names and Trademarks by R G B Bhagavath Kumar, Chapter 12: A Critical Analysis of the Copyright in Designs and Latest Legal Developments by V Seshaiah Shasthri, Chapter 13: Copyright and Folklore by Lauri Honko, Chapter 14: Challenges of Copyright Law from Information Technology Laws by Justice B K Somashekara, Chapter 15: Copyright Law and Matters Enforcement Aspect from Police Point of View by T G Krishna Bhat, Chapter 16: Organizations Working for the Assistance of Intellectual Property Rights and Patenting in India by M K Bhandi and V B Savanur, Chapter 17: Copyright in the Classroom by Ravishankar Rao, Chapter 18: Copyright Law and Biotechnology by M N Madhyastha and P D Rekha, Chapter 19: Ethical Aspects of Copyright in India by G P Shivram, Chapter 20: Economic Analysis of copyright Laws by H A Shankaranarayana, Chapter 21: Towards the Economics of Copyrights by G V Joshi and I V Hegde. Printed Pages: 256. Seller Inventory # 58978

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B S Nigam and Sanjay Kataria

Published by Mahamaya Pub House, New Delhi (2008)

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About this Item: Mahamaya Pub House, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. 1. Need for training of library professionals in electronic information/H.R. Sujatha and M.V. Mudhol. 2. E commerce perspectives to today's libraries/M.K. Verma and K. Majumdar. 3. Measurement of information/S.K. Sen. 4. Library automation and barcode technology an overview/S.N. Singh and U.N. Singh. 5. Internet search engines and techniques/D.P. Sandha. 6. Role of librarian in IT environment/B.K. Vishala M.K. Bhandi and M.V. Mudhol. 7. DVD technology an overview/N.K. Sahu and K.C. Panda. 8. Networked library systems and services an overview/Y. Srinivas Rao and B.K. Choudhury. 9. Library automation process and strategies/M. Ram and Sanjay Kataria. 10. Application of artificial intelligence in libraries and information system/Y.P. Dubey. 11. Digital libraries a librarians perspective/M. Paul Pandian and C.R. Karisiddappa. 12. Digital preservation and digital archiving an overview/K.C. Panda. 13. Access of e journals in the institutions of higher educations through UGC INFONET E journal consortium/T.A.V. Murthy and Thiyam Satyabati Devi. 14. Transposing development of library services in digital adjoining with inimitable insinuation to CD ROM/R. Mishra. 15. Search engines a boom for search on web/Sonal Singh. 16. Collection building and archiving of e resources in libraries issues and concern/S.K. Satpathy C.K. Swain and B. Routaray. 17. Open access to scholarly publications/S. Das P.J. Pathak and N.K. Patra. 18. Design and development of web page some useful tips/Md. A. Islam and K.C. Panda. 19. Open access to scholarly information on the web a study of Indian initiatives/B. Maharana and S. Sahu. 20. Emergence of electronic journals/D.B. Ramesh. 21. Web OPACs in UK and India/B. Ramesh Babu. 22. Cooperation to consortia present status and future perspectives with reference to Indian National LIbrary/C.R. Karisiddappa. The digital environment is an unavoidable necessity of every modern library. Due to the change in the information seeking behavior of the readers the concepts of library services is also changing. The readers need information on digital devices. The librarian has to prepare for this new challenges. It is very satisfying that the new generation of librarians is ready to meet any threat and challenge form their field. Even then the knowledge of this environment and the experience of the librarian all over India is must for sharing among the professionals. This book is just a platform for the experienced and the new librarians. The book contains twenty two chapters on different aspects of digital processing. The first chapter itself emphasises on the need of the training of librarians on electronic information. As the economy is booming every day the librarian has to think of e commerce libraries. Thus the book starts with the social aspects and enters into serious business of library automation and digitization barcode technology security systems and network systems. Much emphasise is given on the digitization which includes process technology systems and managerial problems. The role of UGC infonet also finds a place in this book with the help of UGC assistance. Electronic journals cooperation search engines open access software's e resources are some other areas of concern of this book. This book is going to create an intellectual wave among the new generation librarians of high caliber. This will compel them to think and write something back to the editors alongwith their experiences so that the views can be incorporated in the second publication of this series. This book will definitely help students teachers and the research scholars in their pursuit of knowledge and wisdom. The valuable readers are requested not to hesitate in criticizing commenting counter arguing regarding this publication. 298 pp. Seller Inventory # 68441

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D P Giridhar; S S Bhavikatti; M R Kappali; A V Shivapur and Vinayak Bankapur

Published by Anmol, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8126122900 ISBN 13: 9788126122905

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About this Item: Anmol, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Teaching learning processes 1. Effective teaching strategies methods techniques and actions plans/Mrityunjaya V. Latte and N.H. Ayachit. 2. Technique of teaching/Savitri Raju. 3. A case for using modern management concepts to bring in attitudinal transformation in teaching/Shashidhar S. Bhavikatti. 4. Role of teachers and modern IT tools to impart need based education to engineering students/H.G. Gopal. 5. Some aspects of academically weak students and a novel method of improving them/Mrityunjaya Kappali. 6. Reading methodology/C. Vijaya. 7. Practical implementation of theoretical aspects/L. Krishnananda. II. Examination and evaluation 8. Internal assessment its role characteristics and problems/G. Neeraja Rani and N.H. Ayachit. 9. Conducting internal assessments/C.D. Lakkannavar. 10. Evaluation through rationalized grading system/G. Neeraja Rani and N.H. Ayachit. 11. Paper setting standards/C.D. Lakkannavar. 12. Internal assessment in engineering education need for a review/H. Vijay Murthy. 13. About developing question bank/S.S. Bhavikatti. 14. Tips for competitive examinations for engineering graduates/S.C. Shiralashetti. III. Research and technical writing 15. Research need and opportunities/V.S. Hegde. 16. Writing research papers/Rekha V. Dundur and M.V. Latte. 17. Art of writing technical paper using available raw information/H.G. Gopal and Ramesh L. Chakrasali. 18. Technical report some issues/H.S. Ashoka and Bankapur V.M. 19. Writing text books and laboratory manuals/S.S. Bhavikatti. IV. Institution management and co curricular activities 20. Organization charts for a technical institute/Anand V. Shivapur. 21. Strategic management of institutions of higher education/K. Balakrishnan. 22. Guidance and counseling/C.M. Koti. 23. NSS as a co curricular activity/S.S. Honnungar. 24. Hostel management/B. Dinesh Ballullaya. V. General 25. Knowledge navigators/V.M. Bankapur and Sunil Mansur. 26. Active institute industry interaction/Girish V. Attimarad. 27. Dress code at SDMCET and a unique activity Friday Khadi Day /Mrityunjaya Kappali. 28. Issues in student motivation/Vasudev K. Parvati. 29. In house media in education/Bankapur V.M. 30. The need for social relevance in technical institution/Kiran C. Shindhe. 31. Management aspects in overall faculty development/S.G. Joshi. 32. Reforms in engineering scheme at under graduate level/Anand V. Shivapur and K.V. Pramod. 33. Invention and innovator as part of core engineering curriculum/V.N. Sukumar. 34. Today's engineer a player in a global market/Nitin Kulkarni. 35. Technology in ancient India/S.B. Karajgi. 36. Importance of physical fitness/G.L. Rajabanshi. 37. Administration and organization of sports at college level/A.G. Bujurke. Appendix. Index. Teachers are born not made is no longer true in the present day context. There is a teacher in everybody and this aspect can be developed by proper training. An academically excellent teacher is highly respected by students which in turn help the students to learn more. Further qualities of competence commitment and team work can be imparted by co curricular activities. There are many more crucial issues pertaining to the technical teaching and engineering education. 297 pp. Seller Inventory # 56207

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Talluru Sreenivas

Published by Discovery, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8183560482 ISBN 13: 9788183560481

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About this Item: Discovery, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Banking and finance 1. Venture capital recent trends in the liberalisation context/Talluru Sreenivas and D. Nagayya. 2. Role of financial institutions and developmental organizations in promoting rural non farm small enterprises/D. Nagayya. 3. Challenges for Indian banking industry/M.S. Narayana and G.N. Brahmanandam. 4. HRD practices in banking sector an analysis/L. Srinivas and G.V. Chalam. 5. The balance sheet of liberalisation a study of the banking sector/Tessy Kurian. 6. The Menace of Non performing assets challenges and remedial measures/P. Niranjan Reddy and Prof. N. Kamaraju Panthulu. 7. Credit disbursement by commercial banks after second generation reforms/Y.V.S. Prasada Rao and A.V. Aruna Kumari. 8. Financial sector reforms and their impact on banks/P. Sriram and Talluru Sreenivas. 9. Voluntary retirement scheme impact on banking sector/B.K.S. Prakasha Rao and G. Prasad. 10. Emerging challenges of electronic banking/K. Jayachandra B. Ramachandra Reddy M. Venkateswarlu and B. Yuvaraja Reddy. 11. Information technology in banks/L. Esther Sujana and K. Suguna. 12. Relationship between stock prices and exchange rates/K. Chandrasekhara Rao and S. Syed Ahamed. 13. Corporate governance an overview/P. Sriram and Talluru Sreenivas. 14. Corporate frauds a model for good governance/Ch. H.K.S. Kumar and Talluru Sreenivas. II. Human resource management 15. Development of technical entrepreneurship/D. Nagayya. 16. Perspectives of entrepreneurship development role of STEPs and innovation and business incubators/D. Nagayya. 17. Management of human resource/V.K. Bhaskara Rao. 18. Human resource managers challenges/Y. Poornima. 19. Managing talent a market driven approach/K.S. Venu Gopal Rao. 20. Hallmarks of high performing organizations/Ravi Dasari. 21. India shining with human strategic strength/G. Anitha. 22. Human resource management with specific case studies in India/N. Kiran Kumar. 23. Human resource management challenges in the new millennium/Sk. Khamurddin. 24. Traditional professional communities their reorientation/K. Sudhakar Reddy and V. Narasimha Rao. 25. Human resource development as strategic strength/N. Lakshmi Soujanya and B. Raghava Satya Murthy. 26. HRD as a strategic power/P. Purnachandra Rao. 27. Developing human resource as a strategic strength/Suja S. Nair and C.S.G. Krishnamacharyulu. 28. Transcultural human values/Ch. H.K.S. Kumar and Talluru Sreenivas. 29. Rationalisation a competitive advantage T. Sree Krishna T. Nagaraju and C. Ramachandra Prabhu. Index. Banking Sector and Human Resources Changing Scenario presents a host of themes relevant for understanding the Indian experience in the period of economic reforms when the country is fast becoming an integral part of globalisation and when international best practices and standard patterns are being adopted in a phased manner. The influence of economic reforms and the phases in which specific measures have been adopted in a cautious way making sure that social objective of service to the vulnerable sections and less developed regions is paid special attention enable us to refer to this as human face of economic and financial sector reforms. Under the broad heads of banking and finance and human resource management a number of specific topics are examined by specialists. The critical look at progress in recent years lessons learnt and directions for the future are all spelt out on each topic based on the research endeavours of contributors. The publication will be of great value to all those involved or interested in the themes covered above. Policy makers administrators researchers and academics will find it particularly enlightening. The volume shows directions for action oriented programmes as well as for pursuing further research at micro level. The findings and suggestions of the contributors form an invaluable contribution to the literature on the subject. 346 pp. Seller Inventory # 61010

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N C Gautam and V Raghavswamy

Published by BS Pub, Hyderabad (2005)

ISBN 10: 8178000970 ISBN 13: 9788178000978

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About this Item: BS Pub, Hyderabad, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Space science and space technology developments in India 1. Satellite data products and services/Joseph Arokiadas and K.P.R. Menon. 2. Securing enough to eat role of space technology/S. Bandyopadhyay S.K. Srivastava V.S. Hegde and V. Jayaraman. II. Geographical research issues and solutions 3. Sustainable development tasks ahead/Kausalya Ramachandran and S. Padmaja. 4. Land transformation processes and issues for geographical research scope of remote sensing and GIS applications/G.P. Obi Reddy A.K. Maji S. Thayalan and V. Ramamurthy. III. Natural resources and repository wetlands ground water and land use 5. National land use policies and strategies the challenges before the current millennium/K.V. Sundaram. 6. Perspectives in landuse / landcover change with reference to future scenarios in Indian context/P.S. Roy Kalpana Ambastha and C.S. Jha. 7. Remote sensing and GIS application for natural resource mapping/Abhishek Srivastava Shweta Srivastava and Vandana Tiwari. 8. Natural resource management for sustainable development using remote sensing technology a case study/V.K. Verma P.K. Sharma L.B. Patel D.C. Loshali and G.S Toor. 9. Natural Resources Data Management System (NRDMS) a suite of technologies for local level planning/R. Siva Kumar P.S. Acharya D. Dutta M. Prithviraj Nisha Mendiratta and Bhoop Singh. 10. Soil resource management in Andhra Pradesh/Poonam Malakondaiah and Qamar Iqbal Khan. 11. Ground water assessment condition using the satellite data/Abhishek Srivastava Shweta Srivastava and Abhishek Misra. 12. Sustainable management of wetlands a case study of District Kota Rajasthan/Babu Lal Sharma and Pooja Puar. 13. Rural land use management and planning an optimal strategy for commercial farming in Kashmir Valley/S.A. Shah. 14. Wastelands information system for sustainable development/R. Nagaraja Rajiv Kumar B. Shyamsunder Manoj Raj Saxena and Satish Jayanthi. IV. Watershed management 15. Use of remote sensing and GIS in watershed management/B.R.M. Rao and M.A. Fyzee. 16. Decision support model for watershed development/R.R. Hermon P. Kesava Rao and Vasala Madhava Rao. 17. Development of spatial database in digital domain for drainage areas upto micro watershed level in Umnabad Taluk Bidar District by using remote sensing and GIS techniques/K. Ashoka Reddy H. Honne Gowda L. Rangaswamappa M. Viswanath and A.S. Rajashekar. 18. Catchment capture A geomorphic analysis for water resource appraisal an illustration from Mej River Basin (Rajasthan)/S. Padmaja. 19. An integrated approach on watershed planning and management through artificial recharge and rainwater harvesting a case study/C. Bhanu Prakash and Dinesh Kar. V. GIS technology and applications 20. A wide platform (www) for implementing applications of geographic information system/Bhupendra Singh Purawat Narpat Singh Rathore Gajendra Rathore and Narender Verma. 21. Digital terrain modeling/R. Ramchandran. 22. Spatial perspectives for understanding landscape to species level diversity/Murthy M.S.R Pujar G.S. and Giriraj A. VI. Urban and regional studies 23. The role of geoinformatics in urban planning/Subhan K. Pathan. 24. Population growth and land transformation in Gurgaon Haryana Spatio temporal analysis using remote sensing and GIS techniques/Rupesh Kumar Gupta and V. Raghavswamy. 25. Impact of pollution and quality of life of the residents of Hyderabad/Afzal Sharieff and Mohammed Akhter Ali. 26. Blue print of problematic areas in Bangalore rural district identified through remote sensing/Nagesh M. Padmavathi V. Shreedhara and H. Honne Gowda. VII. Disaster management 27. Disaster management in India from space perspective/V. Bhanumurthy and P. Manjusree. 302 pp. Seller Inventory # 62845

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K S Raghavan and K N Prasad

Published by Ess Ess, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8170004586 ISBN 13: 9788170004585

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S B Verma; S K Gupta and M K Sharma

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2007)

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. I. Concept of electronic banking 1. Electronic banking/P.V. Palsokar. 2. Electronic banking/R.K. Abrol (E Banking). 3. Electronic banking/V.P. Shetty. 4. Electronic banking/A.P. Malhotra. 5. Electronic Commerce applications in Banking/S. Ganesh. 6. E Commerce related issues in the emerging Hi Tech banking environment/K.K. Bajaj. 7. E Synchronized Supply Chain Management in global economy/Aseem Kumar and Subrat Shodangi. II. IT and Banking 8. IT Security audit and control systems for E Banking/S.M. Padwal. 9. Internet Banking changing vistas of delivery channel/S.C. Gupta. 10. Information technology in banking/L. Jagennath. 11. Technology and banking challenges ahead/Girija Upadhyaya. 12. Technology in Indian banks/S. Kalavathy. 13. Information technology Security Revolution/Sham K. Karandikar. III. Forms of banking 14. Core banking change in form not in substance/Durai Rajasekar. 15. Retail banking opportunities and challenges/Shyamala Gopinath. 16. Retail banking need and marketing strategies/D. Krishnan. 17. Virtual banking/M.P. Deivikaran. 18. Challenges of Indian Banking System/Michael Bastian. 19. Banking in the new millennium/M.A.K. Prabhu. 20. Changing social scenario of modern banks/S.B. Verma and Shiw Kumar Jiloka. IV. Challenges of banking 21. Banking for corporates new directions/T.K. Velayudham. 22. Consolidation the winning strategy for Indian banks/Kanchana Khanna. 23. Customer service an appraisal/S. Lalitha. V. Banking and rural development 24. Regional rural banks problems and prospects/Kailash Chandra Mishra. 25. Regional Rural Banks (RRBs)/Anurag Agarwal. 26. Role of commercial banks in rural development/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 27. Role of banks in poverty eradication/Sawalia Bihari Verma. VI. WTO and banking 28. WTO Opportunities and challenges for Indian banking/M.R. Das and Tapas K. Chakraborty. 29. WTO and the role of banks/Prahlad Sabnani. VII. ATM and banking 30. WTO and the banking sector/B. Samal. 31. Is ATM cost effective/P. Siva Rama Prasad. 32. Outsourcing in banks as a business model ATM Credit cards/H.S. Srinivasan and V.S.R. Murthy. 33. Strategic outsourcing the new mantra to improve the bank's productivity/S. Murali and A. Lakshminarasimha. 34. Restructuring the RRBs/Harish Chandra Sukhdeve. 35. Trends of cost and profitability of banks/Sawalia Bihari Verma and Sanjiv Gupta. 36. Credit cards challenges ahead/Neera Kataria. Index. Banking today has become more complex with different products and services which seems from reliance on automation and technological change which has shaped it from a manual intensive industry into one highly automated and technology dependent. The process of doing banking functions deploying Information Technology is a definition of Electronic Banking. The scope and reach of electronic banking e.g. E Banking has undergone a complete revolution. This now includes the whole gamut of automation that is seen not only in the bank branches/offices but also a plethora of delivery channels are made available. The following Electronic Banking mechanisms that exist or are being designed are Automated Teller Machines (ATM) Direct Deposits Pay by Phone PC Banking or Home Banking Credit Cards Point of Sale Transfers/Debit Cards Stored Value Cards or Smart Cars Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Electronic or Digital Cash Direct Credits Electronic Fund Transfers and Real Time Gross Settlement System. 392 pp. Seller Inventory # 65498

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Edited by N.K. Krishna Kumar, Jai Gopal and V.A. Parathasarathy

Published by Indian Council of Agricultural Research (2015)

ISBN 10: 8171641598 ISBN 13: 9788171641598

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About this Item: Indian Council of Agricultural Research, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. 1. Origin, history and distribution/K.E. Lawande. 2. Onion R & D in India-status and prospects/J. Gopal and A.A. Murkute. 3. Biosystematics, botany and genetic resources/Vijay Mahajan, K.S. Negi and A.J. Gupta. 4. Genetics and breeding of open-pollinated varieties/E. Sreenivasa Rao, Vijay Mahajan and C.S. Pathak. 5. Breeding for hybrid technology/Amar Jeet Gupta, R. Veere Gowda and Vijay Mahajan. 6. Aggregatum onion and Shallots/P. Paramaguru, M. Velmurugan and L. Pugalendhi. 7. Biotechnology/D.C. Lakshmana Reddy, S. Anandhan and C. Aswath. 8. Production technology/V. Sankar, P.C. Tripathi, K.E. Lawande and A.N. Ganeshamurthi. 9. Nutrient management/R. Palaniappan and A. Thangasamy. 10. Seed production/R.P. Gupta and H.P. Sharma. 11. Onion seed industry and trade/Suresh O. Agrawal. 12. Fungal diseases/S.J. Gawande. 13. Viral viruses/K.S. Ravi, Muktha Raghuram and Mahesh Shekar. 14. Insect and nematode pests/P.S. Srinivas and N.K. Krishna Kumar. 15. Post harvest management and processing/A.A. Murkute and Kalyani Gorrepati. 16. Biochemistry and nutraceutical properties/Shamina Azeez and K.S. Shivashankara. 17. Marketing and export/T.M. Gajanana and D. Sreenivasa Murthy. 18. Onion production and price volatility: implications for technology and policy/Ramesh Chand, Raka Saxena and Sanjay Chayal. Subject Index. The name “Onion” originated from the Latin name Unio, meaning oneness or unity, or a kind of single onion. A native of Central Asia, onion is now grown in more than 140 countries under temperate to tropical conditions. In India, onions have been adapted from very early times, before Christian era. Maharashtra, Karnataka, Gujarat, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan are the main onion-growing states in the country. Barring north-eastern states and Kerala, basically all states grow onion. A crop of high culinary importance in daily diet creates ripples in political circles when consumers face shortage of onion and market price goes high. The Onion covers all aspects of the crop from its origin to marketing. In its eighteen chapters written by experts in the respective fields of onion, this monograph reviews status and prospects of onion research and development. It covers genetic resources, genetics, biotechnology, breeding, crop production, crop protection, seed production, physiology, biochemistry, processing and storage as well as price volatility aspects of onion. Each chapter presents complete information from historical aspects to latest times, supported by data, illustrations and references. Readers will find all information on onion in one spine in this book. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 116137

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Rajwant Singh Chilana

Published by Concept, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8180695271 ISBN 13: 9788180695278

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About this Item: Concept, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword/P.B. Mangla. Acknowledgements. Introduction. I. Library and information science education 1. Library and information science education in India/Krishan Kumar and Jaideep Sharma. 2. Library and information science professionals new faces and new phases/A. Amudhavalli. 3. Library and information science education in South Asia/Paramjeet Kaur Walia. 4. Library education in Pakistan an overview/Kanwal Ameen. 5. Library and information science education in India through distance mode curriculum development at Indira Gandhi National Open University/Neena Talwar Kanungo. 6. Development of need based library and information science curriculum emerging global trends opportunities and challenges/Kshema Prakash and K. Santi Swarup. II. University Libraries 7. Indian university libraries in information technology era problems and prospects/S.D. Vyas. 8. Strategic planning for developing Indian University Libraries into knowledge resource and services centres/Inder Vir Malhan. 9. Library and information services in higher education for visually challenged students study of the Rajasthan University Library Jaipur/Prabha Sharma. 10. Information and communication technology library resources orientation programmes at Ratan Tata Library of Delhi University library system/Lokesh Sharma and Rajesh Singh. 11. From Raga to remixes is there accessibility in academic libraries/Deepa Banerjee. III. National and public libraries 12. Founding of the national library of Bangladesh post colonial experience/Abulfazal M. Fazle Kabir. 13. New choices for bibliographic services in a wired planet reflections on the national library of India/R.K. Sharma. 14. Bangladesh's frustrated librarians formidable barriers to information exist/Ron Chepesiuk. 15. Public library system and services in Andaman and Nicobar Islands of India the state of the art report/Sunil Kumar Satpathy and Y. Ganesh. IV. Special Libraries 16. Regional collaboration in science and technology among South Asian countries/B.M. Gupta Mujoo Munshi and P.K. Mishra. 17. Collaboration patterns among SAARC countries in the area of medicine status and challenges ahead/Ramesh Kundra and Divya Srivastava. 18. ABIA South and Southeast Asian art and archaeology index project at IGNCA New Delhi/Ramesh C. Gaur. 19. Libraries and information centers on Women's studies in India/Parul Zaveri. 20. Organization and dissemination of social science research information Indian scenario/P.R. Goswami. V. Information Systems and networks 21. Information technology enlivens chaos and creation of life needs/M.A. Gopinath. 22. Impact of information technology on Indian library sources and services/H.S. Chopra. 23. Multipurpose community telecenters transforming South Asian societies into Information Societies/Binh P. Le. 24. DELNET developing library network the operational network in South Asia/H.K. Kaul. 25. Working together with AGRINET agriculture information network of Sri Lanka/I. Mudannayake. 26. Access to e resources and scholarship role of library consortia in India/R.K. Bhat. 27. Information resources on South Asia Printed online and digital/Tella Ramadevi. VI. Bibliographical control 28. Bibliographic control of Indian language publications/T.A.V. Murthy and M. Kanakachary. 29. Building print collection in India Issues and problems/S.P. Singh and Tariq Ashraf. 30. Explaining the Dawn of colonial Portuguese periodicals in Estado da India/Liladhar R. Pendse. 31. South Asia publishing and American academic libraries a personal account 1965 2006/N. Gerald Barrier. VII. Technical Services 32. Authority control of romanised Arabic Names in OPAC/Veerankutty Chelatayakkot and V. Jalaja. 33. Classification and cataloguing services skill requirements of a large academic library in digital environment study of JRD Tata Memorial Library Bangalore/K.S. Chudamani and H.C. Nagarathna. VIII. Miscellaneous issues 34. Future of reference service and reference librarians/B. Mini Devi. 35. Research methodology. Seller Inventory # 71499

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Somu Giriappa

Published by Daya (2002)

ISBN 10: 8170352754 ISBN 13: 9788170352754

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About this Item: Daya, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents: Foreword. Preface. Copyrights: an introduction/S. Giriappa. 1. Copyright law and practice in India: a cross check/N.L. Mitra and Sahana Murthy. 2. Economics and politics of copyright/G. Thimmaiah. 3. Copyright and related rights: law and enforcement in India/T.C. James. 4. A study on copyright, infringement and remedies/R. Vengan and M. Rajendran. 5. Copyright law/E. Vijaya Kumar. 6. Protecting the creator or the entrepreneur? The copyright law's dilemma in the sphere of performer's rights/P. Ishwara Bhat. 7. Methodological issues in copyright and other property rights/S. Giriappa and P. A. Rego. 8. Copyright and media/ Vishwesh Sekhar. 9. Nature and extent of copyright protection for computer program/K.R. Aithal. 10. Copyright and software/Bobby Kunhu. 11. Internet domain names and trademarks/R.G.B. Bhagavath Kumar. 12. A critical analysis of the copyright in designs and latest legal developments/V. Seshaiah Shasthri. 13. Copyright and folklore/Lauri Honko. 14. Challenges of copyright law from information technology laws/B.K. Somashekara. 15. Copyright law and matters enforcement aspect from police point of view/T.G.Krishna Bhat. 16. Organizations working for the assistance of intellectual property rights and patenting in India/M.K. Bhandi and V.B. Savanur. 17. Copyright in the classroom/Ravishankar Rao. 18. Copyright law and biotechnology/M.N. Madhyastha and P.D. Rekha. 19. Ethical aspects of copyright in India/G.P. Shivram. 20. Economic analysis of copyright laws/H.A. Shankaranarayana. 21. Towards the economics of copyrights/G.V. Joshi 246 pp. Seller Inventory # 39010

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V M Mayande; Y S Ramakrishna; C R Thyagaraj; G R Korwar and I Srinivas

Published by Agrotech (2006)

ISBN 10: 8183210473 ISBN 13: 9788183210478

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About this Item: Agrotech, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Preface. 1. Dryland agriculture in India national perspective/Y.S. Ramakrishna. 2. Mechanization of dryland agriculture in India scope and importance/Y.M. Mayande. 3. Role of mechanization in dryland agriculture/R.P. Singh. 4. Changes in farm power and energy scenario in dryland agriculture/C.R. Thyagaraj. 5. Design of post harvest equipment for dryland crops/I. Srinivas. 6. Role of farm power in bridging yield gap in dryland/K.P.R. Vittal. 7. Farm power based land use planning in rainfed agriculture/K.P.R. Vittal. 8. Wear mechanism in agriculture tools and studies on soil tools interaction in drylands/B. Sanjeeva Reddy. 9. Research and educational issues in dryland mechanization/V.M. Mayande. 10. Mechanization needs for intercropping systems in rainfed agriculture/J.V. Rao. 11. Scope of mechanization in horticultural crops in rainfed horticulture crops/N.N. Reddy. 12. Mechanization of rainfed horticultural crops status scope and strategies/A.G. Powar. 13. Parameters for improving the use efficiency of chemical sprays for effective pest control/Y.G. Prasad. 14. Mechanization in oilseeds production/D.M. Hegde. 15. Role of plant protection equipment in IPM/G. Shankar. 16. Importance of calibration and maintenance of plant protection equipment/S.N. Pathak. 17. Optimization of energy consumption levels for maximizing cotton yield in mechanized rainfed cotton production system/R.G. Nadre. 18. Policy issues and implications of mechanization in dryland agriculture/K.V. Subrahmanyam. 19. Potential of dryland farm mechanization in finger millet and groundnut based production system for alfisols/M.A. Shankar. 20. Role of mechanization in improving fertilizer use efficiency in rainfed agriculture/K.L. Sharma. 21. Micro site improvement for perennials in agro forestry role of farm mechanization/G.R. Korwar. 22. Precision agriculture/G.R. Ramakrishna Murthy. 23. Scope of bio diesel in farm mechanization/G. Rajeshwar Rao. 24. Bio fuels processing and utilization/I. Srinivas. 25. Non conventional sources of energy/K.V. Sharma. 26. Rainfall and overland and flow simulation in laboratory for soil and water conservation studies use of tilting hydraulic flumes and rainfall simulator/P.K. Mishra. 27. Sustainability of tillage practices for rainfed crops under different soil and climatic situations in India/G.R. Maruthi Shankar. 28. Prospects of mechanization in nursery development and management/Md. Osman. 29. Bio mass incorporation studies using different mechanization options/R.V. Adake. 30. On farm value addition of rainfed crops/B. Sanjeeva Reedy. 31. Mechanization research under rainfed agro eco system of NATP/B. Venkateswarlu. 32. Mechanization for value addition in medicinal aromatic and dye crops/G. Pratibha. 33. Weed control in drylands scope for mechanization/G.R. Korwar. 34. Meteorological instruments for agricultural research/G.G.S.N. Rao. 35. Emerging trends in information technology/G.R. Ramakrishna Murthy. 36. Decision support system in farm machinery applications a case study on tillage/C.R. Thyagaraj. 37. Electronics in agricultural automation/N.P. Thomas. 38. Equipment and design of micro irrigation systems for dryland crops/K.V. Rao. 39. Intellectual property rights in agricultural research system design patenting/V.M. Mayande. 40. Mechanization agri business prospects in India/A.G. Powar. 41. Use of fibre glass composites in manufacture of agriculture/B. Siva Sambi Reddy. 42. Custom hiring a tool for enhancing the productivity of dryland crops in alfisols/M.A. Shankar. 43. Small farm mechanization to reduce drudgery of farm women in rainfed agriculture/G. Subba Reddy. 44. Indigenous technical knowledge on farm mechanization in rainfed areas/G. Subba Reddy. 45. Transfer to technology programmes for effective farm mechanization/M.R. Hegde. 46. Socio economic factors in mechanization of dryland agriculture/Y.V.R. Reddy. 47. New initiative for community mobilization action learning/Sreenath Dixit. 48. Progress and impact. Seller Inventory # 58784

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