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B C Ray

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About this Item: Gyan. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Aryanization of tribal deity-The Jagannath/H.K. Parija. 2. Aryanized tribal Goddesses in the district of ganjam/A.K. Rath. 3. Changing pattern of tribal religious system in ancient Orissa/L.K. Panda. 4. Socio-cultural changes of tribal life under the British rule in Orissa/M.M. Mohapatra. 5. Religious rites and festivals of the tribes of Orissa/N.K. Behura & K.K. Mishra. 6. Adivasis of Mayur Bhanj: an analysis cultural growth/Mohan Lal Sahoo. 7. Study of tribal cultures in Orissa from descriptive data to experimental innovations/F.M. Sahoo. 8. Eradication of Meriah or human sacrifice from the social life of the Khonds of Orissa in the 19 century/Dandapani Behera.9. The practice of infanticide among the Khonds of Orissa/Shri Bhagaban Sahoo. 10. A study of the social and health condition of "saura" tribes in Orissa/N.P. Mohapatra.11. Changes in socio-economic life of the tribals in Phulbani district of Orissa/J.P. Kuanr & S.Patel.12. Industrialization and changing pattern of socio-economic life of tribals--a case study in the Lathikata region of Sundargarh district /Basudev Sahoo & Ajay Kumar Mohapatra. 13. An analysis of the improved economic life of the tribals of Orissa and the way towards integration/U.C. Mohanty. Appendix. Index. "Orissa is the home of 62 scheduled tribes. But comparatively very little research has been done on the socio-economic life of the tribals. This is a pioneering work to combine the studies and analyses by historians, anthropologists, psychologists, economists and literary critics on the changing society of 147 pp. Seller Inventory # 38634

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R C Sharma and Pranati Ghosal

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About this Item: D K Printworld, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Kasi and Sakta contribution an introduction/Vidyanivas Mishra. 2. Kasi as Saktipitha/Kamla Pandey. 3. Fasts and festivals of Goddess in Varanasi/B.S. Mehta. 4. Devi Yantra in Kasi/Pramod Giri. 5. Sakti images from Varanasi a case study of Bharat Kala Bhawan sculptures/T.K. Biswas. 6. Sakti figures in the Sarnath Museum/R.C. Sharma. 7. Devi in the wall painting art of Kasi/Kamal Giri. 8. Images of Jaina Goddesses in Kasi/M.N.P. Tiwari. 9. Sakti in the folk songs of Kasi/Kusum Giri. 10. Chief Sakta exponents of Kasi/H.N. Chakravarty. 11. Some distinctive methods of Sakti worship family rituals of the Maharashtrians in Kasi/N.P. Joshi. 12. Symbols and Sakti worship/N.C. Panda. 13. Ritual materials in Sakti worship/Sukumar Chattopadhyay. Index. The worship of Sakti (Mother Goddess) is almost a universal phenomenon and its manifestation is seen in different forms. Indian contribution has also been laudable and it is amply noticed through the figures of Mother Goddesses even from the pre Indus culture. This was followed in the subsequent ages throughout India and Varanasi being a great religious centre has also left an indelible imprint in this regard. This book incorporates a good number of papers on multiple aspects of Sakta traditions practised in Varanasi continuing from hoary past to date. Beside philosophical religious and cultural leanings the contents expose the iconographic ritualistic and artistic rendering of the divine mother. Kasi or Varanasi has been a stronghold of religious and spiritual fervour and several religious sects have contributed to its present texture. Saktism has also been a forceful current in the cultural stream of this holy city. This is evidenced by several Devi temples Sakti pithas yantras fairs and festivals associated with the worship of Mother Goddess. 148 pp. Seller Inventory # 58970

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Surendra Singh; D K Nayak and B S Mipun

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

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B.C. Ray

Published by Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd. (2009)

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. Orissa is the home of 62 scheduled tribes. But comparatively very little Research has been done on the socio-economic life of the tribals. This is a pioneering work to combine the studies and analyses by historians, anthropologists, psychologists, economists and literary critics on the changing Society of the tribals. From the historical perspective, The Author moves from Mutual interactions of non-tribal and tribal and tribal culture, absorption of Gods and Goddesses from the tribal fold to Hindu pantheon to the abandoned ritual of human sacrifice. The modern processes put up before the Tribals by western-urban-industrial-democratic-model, heralding unprecedented change in tribal lifestyle have come in for Academic scrutiny. As a combined effort of many academicians the book gives a wide coverage on the Study of Orissan tribals, to make it worth while addition to the available material on the subject. Contents: Preface 1. Aryanization of tribal Deity : The Jagannath/H.K. Parija 2. Aryanized tribal Goddesses in the district of ganjam/A.K. Rath 3. Changing Pattern of tribal Religious system in Ancient Orissa/L.K. Panda 4. Socio-cultural changes of tribal life under the British rule in Orissa/M.M. Mohapatra 5. Religious rites and Festivals of the Tribes of Orissa/N.K. Behura & K.K. Mishra 6. Adivasis of Mayur Bhanj : An analysis Cultural growth/Mohan Lal Sahoo 7. Study of tribal Cultures in Orissa from descriptive data to experimental innovations/F.M. Sahoo 8. Eradication of Meriah or human sacrifice from the social life of the Khonds of Orissa in the 19 century/Dandapani Behera 9. The practice of Infanticide among the Khonds of Orissa/Shri Bhagaban Sahoo 10. A study of the social and Health condition of "saura" tribes in Orissa/N.P. Mohapatra 11. Changes in socio-economic life of the Tribals in Phulbani district of Orissa/J.P. Kuanr & S.Patel 12. Industrialization and changing pattern of socio-economic life of tribals : A case study in the Lathikata region of Sundargarh district /Basudev Sahoo & Ajay Kumar Mohapatra 13. An analysis of the improved economic life of the tribals of Orissa and the way towards integration/U.C. Mohanty Printed Pages: 174. Seller Inventory # 34409

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Atma Ram and K.D. Sharma

Published by Vikas (1995)

ISBN 10: 0706988442 ISBN 13: 9780706988444

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About this Item: Vikas, 1995. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Introduction/Atma Ram. 2. Towards women's equality/K. Pasricha. 3. Education for scheduled castes and scheduled tribes: policies and issues/Kusum K. Premi. 4. Adult education & its changing perspectives/K.D. Sharma & R.S. Mathur. 5. National literacy mission and total literacy campaign/L. Mishra. 6. Quality education for the maximum/Atma Ram. 7. Impact of Navodaya Vidyalayas on rural India/J.N. Sharma. 8. Vocationalisation of education. A critical commentary/K.D. Sharma & S.S. Sangla. 9. Autonomous colleges/R.N. Chowdhuri. 10. National open school--a case study/K.D. Sharma. 11. The Indira Gandhi National Open University vis-a-vis the national policy on education/M.B. Menon & S.K. Panda. 12. Polices on physical education and sports implementation of some evidences and emerging issues/G.P. Gautam. 13. The textbook debate/M. Mascarenhas. 14. The synthesis of science and spirituality through integral education/S. Sampath. 15. Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan/Puran Chand. 16. Values for education/R.P. Singh. 17. How to manage education/Atma Ram. Appendix: 1. Report of the committee on the academic calendar in universities and colleges. 2. Minimum programme of examination reforms. A select bibliography. "In India the national debate on education has been quite broad-based, comprehensive and all-embracing. The NEP 1986 (modified in 1922), therefore, provides meaningful perspectives and indicates what largely needs to be done--the objectives are clearly defined and the strategies adequately pinpointed. We now need three things: a clear grasp of various issues in education, downright avoidance of cumbersome treatises along philosophical lines, and a marked emphasis on implementation. National policy on Education : An Overview seeks to fulfil this need. It has seventeen fresh and perceptive articles by reputed experts, educationists and managers of education on various aspects of the policy. Subjects covered include: literacy, drop-outs and stagnation, elementary education, women's education, education for scheduled castes & tribes, Navodaya Vidyalayas, vocational education, autonomous colleges, examination reforms, academic calendar, distance education, physical education and sports, textbooks integral education KVS, values for education, and management of education. The contributors suggest practical approaches and workable strategies to attain the avowed goals. Within the overall frame-work of the policy, they present critical analyses, wherein areas of strength and weaknesses are located, case-studies and micro-planning favoured, integral and holistic viewpoints commended.". Seller Inventory # ABE-11318674880

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Harikesh N. Misra (Ed.)

Published by PHI Learning (2014)

ISBN 10: 8120349334 ISBN 13: 9788120349339

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About this Item: PHI Learning, 2014. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Natural resource management and sustainable development has, of late, assumed great importance, especially because of ecological crisis and environmental dangers which are looming large. Today the issues related to natural resource exploitation, consequences, their conservation, preservation and management leading to sustainable development have become the major thrust areas of teaching and research. Also, sustainability of natural resources, especially water and land resources, and their efficient use is one of the core programmes of Government of India?s Twelfth Five Year Plan (2012?2017) for strategic development; this objective can only be achieved if the resources are used judiciously. Although land and water resources?the focus of the present book?are vital for human survival and development, unfortunately both are under threat and are increasing strain worldwide. These resources have wide and significantly varying implications in rural and urban settlements, especially in India, where population has been continuously growing and, therefore, the demand of land and water is intensifying. This has necessitated urgent need for reviewing the availability of land and water resources and their conservation. Besides dealing with the theoretical aspects, this compendium presents case studies on natural resources as well, which reveal ground realities at micro and meso levels too. Pedagogical features like maps, diagrams, satellite imageries and latest database of the primary and secondary nature distinguish this book from other works on the subject. The book will be of immense use to postgraduate students and research scholars of geography and related disciplines such as rural?urban studies and environmental science. The thematic approach of the book provides reasonably good contents for cogitation to researchers. Policy makers, planners and academicians may also be benefitted while framing futuristic norms which may lead to sustainable development?the ultimate goal. AUDIENCE ? Postgraduate students and Research Scholars of Geography. ? Policy makers, Planners and Academicians Contents: ? List of Figures ? List of Tables ? Preface ? Acknowledgements. Prof. R.L. Dwivedi: A Reine Geographer?H.N. Misra. 1. Introduction?H.N. Misra. Part I: Conceptual Background: An Overview? 2. Natural Resources and Development: Focus on Land, Water and Minerals?R.P. Misra and H.N. Misra. 3. Population Resources and Development?B. Thakur. 4. Revisiting the Classical Land use Model of Von Thunen?H.N. Misra and Reena Pradhan. 5. Water as Foe, Water as Friend: Lessons from Bengal?s Millennium Flood?G.P. Chapman and K. Rudra. 6. Natural Resources in the Indian Ocean and National Security?H. Sharma. Part II: Land Resources? 7. Population and Land Resource Development: The Contemporary Situation in Madhya Pradesh?S.K. Sharma. 8. Land and Land Use Planning in the Indian Context?Arun Chaturvedi and A.K. Maji. 9. Land Resource Management: Key to Sustainable Agricultural Development?Mridula Singh. 10. Wasteland Mapping, Analysis and Management of the Rushikulya Basin?Damodar Panda. 11. Geomorphic Features in Land Resource Management?S.P. Mishra and Kavita Mishra. 12. Morphometric Analysis of Watershed: A Case of Thirot in Himachal Pradesh?Ashwani Kumar and D.D. Sharma. 13. Spatial Patterns of Agricultural Development in J&K?G.B. Singh and Sandeep Kaur. Part III: Water Resources? 14. Perennials in Peril: A Case of The Yamuna River?H.N. Misra and Ashutosh Mishra. 15. Water Resource Management of the Brahmaputra Basin?S.C. Mukhopadhyay. 16. Water Resources in Kashmir Valley: A Scarcity in Plenty?Ali Mohammad and Abdul B. Naik. 17. Ground Water Prospect in Panchkula District, Haryana?S. Kant and A.C. Pandey. 18. Declining Ground Water Level of Allahabad District, Uttar Pradesh?Archan Printed Pages: 496. Seller Inventory # 76494

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Kanak Kanti Bagchi

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ISBN 10: 8177082582 ISBN 13: 9788177082586

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About this Item: New Century Publications, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Regional imbalances in a country may be natural due to unequal distribution of natural resources and/or man-made in the sense of neglect of some regions and preference for others for investment and infrastructural facilities. In India, apart from uneven distribution of geographical advantages, historical factors have also contributed to regional inequities. India?s successive Five Year Plans have stressed the need to develop backward regions of the country. In promoting regional balanced development, public sector enterprises were located in backward areas of the country during the early phase of economic planning. In spite of pro-backward areas policies and programmes, considerable economic and social inequalities exist among different States of India, as reflected in differences in per capita State Domestic Product. While income growth performance has diverged, there is welcome evidence of some convergence in education and health indicators across the states. This book contains 14 research papers authored by experts on the subject. They provide deep insights into the various dimensions of inter-state and intra-state economic and social inequalities in India. CONTENTS CONTENTS 1. Inter-State Disparities in India under Liberalized Regime - Kulwant Singh Phull; 2. Convergence, Dispersal and Devolution: Need for Region-specific Approach - Mona Khare; 3. Inter-Regional Disparities in India - S.K. Dhage, B.D. Khedkar and B.G. Lobo; 4. Growing Regional Disparities in India - Shaukat Haseen; 5. Differentials in Agricultural Productivity in India - Sukhjeet K. Saran and Mini Goyal; 6. Regional Disparities in Agriculture Infrastructure - R.K. Panda; 7. Variations in Agricultural Development of Maharashtra - Bagade Dattatray S.; 8. Industrial Disparities in India: A Case Study of Uttar Pradesh vis-à-vis Maharashtra and Gujarat - Satya Dev Singh and Rajesh Kumar Singh; 9. Regional Disparities in Secondary Education in India - Vinayak Kant Mishra and Prahlad Kumar; 10. Inter-State Disparities in Technical Education in India - Nisha and Prahlad Kumar; 11. Educational Disparities in Orissa - S.N. Tripathy; 12. Infant and Child Mortality in India: Inter-regional Variations - Bipul Malakar and Mantu Bose; 13. Problem of Regional Imbalances: An Analysis of Social Sector - Dastgir Alam; 14. Finance Commission Transfers and Inter-State Imbalances - V.P. Gupta and Sneh Gupta Printed Pages: 252. Seller Inventory # 53174

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Mishra A R & T K Panda (eds) et. al.

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About this Item: 2015. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # Kaveri-9788183152433

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Pranati Ghosal,R.C. Sharma

Published by Jnana-Pravaha & D.K. Printworld (2006)

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About this Item: Jnana-Pravaha & D.K. Printworld, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The worship of Sakti (Mother Goddess) is almost a universal phenomenon and its manifestation is seen in different forms. Indian contribution has also been laudable and it is amply noticed through the figures of Mother-Goddesses even from the pre-Indus Culture. This was followed in the subsequent ages throughout India, and Varanasi being a great religious center has also left an indelible imprint in this regard. This book incorporates a good number of papers on multiple aspects of Sakta traditions practiced in Varanasi continuing from hoary past to-date. Beside philosophical, religious and cultural leanings the contents expose the iconographic, ritualistic and artistic rendering of the Divine Mother. Kasi or Varanasi has been a stronghold of religious and spiritual fevour; and several religious sects have contributed to its present texture. Saktism has also been a forceful current in the cultural stream of this holy city. This is evidenced by several Devi temples, Sakti-pithas, yantras, fairs and festivals associated with the worship of Mother-Goddess. Contents Preface Transliteration Chart 1. Kashi and Shakta Contribution - An Introduction- Vidyanivas Mishra 2. Kashi as Shaktipitha - Kamla Pandey 3. Fasts and Festivals of Goddess in Varanasi - B. S. Mehta 4. Devi-Yantra in Kashi - Pramod Giri 5. Shakti Images from Varanasi : A Case Study of Bharat Kala Bhawan Sculptures- T.K. Biswas 6. Shakti Figures in the Sarnath Museum - R.C. Sharma 7. Devi in the Wall Painting Art of Kashi - Kamal Giri 8. Images of Jaina Goddesses in Kashi - M. N. P. Tiwari 9. Shakti in the Folk Songs of Kashi - Kusum Giri 10. Chief Shakta Exponents of Kashi - H.N. Chakravarty 11. Some Distinctive Methods of Shakti Worship: Family Rituals of the Maharashtrians in Kashi - N. P. Joshi 12. Symbols and Shakti Worship- N.C. Panda 13. Ritual Materials in Shakti Worship - Sukumar Chattopadhya Printed Pages: 160. Seller Inventory # 1383

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Himanshu Sekhar Rout & Prasant Kumar Panda (Eds)

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ISBN 10: 8177081985 ISBN 13: 9788177081985

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About this Item: New Century Publications, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. Human development is a relative concept and it needs to be understood from an interdisciplinary perspective. It includes widening of choices, expansion of freedom and fulfillment of human rights. The human development index (HDI) in the UNDP?s Human Development Report (HDR) considers literacy rate, life expectancy at birth along with GDP per head for the purpose. It is important to understand an appropriate methodology for measuring human development and its linkage with economic development. This book addresses specific problems and issues pertaining to human development. The main themes which the book covers include theoretical issues in human development, measurement, determinants and various dimensions and strategies for sustainable human development. CONTENTS CONTENTS 1. Introduction and Overview - Himanshu Sekhar Rout and Prasant Kumar Panda. 2. A Note on Some Aggregation Problems in the Functioning Approach to Individual Well-Being - Prasanta K. Pattanaik. 3. On Measuring Group Differential: Some Further Results - Hippu Salk Kristle Nathan, Srijit Mishra. 4. Status and Trend of Human Development in North East Region of India - Purusottam Nayak. 5. A Note on Human Development Indices with Income Equalities - S K Mishra. 6. Regional Planning, National Development and Conflict Resolution - Manas Chatterji.7. Age-structured Human Capital Dynamics and Economic Growth: A Note on Interdependence, Coordination and Welfare - Tapas Mishra and Mamata Parhi. 8. Human Development in India: Issues and Challenges - Mihir K. Mahapatra and Rajesh Raj S. N. 9. The Perspectives of Economic Growth and Social Insecurity on Human Development for Lagging States in India - Aswini Kumar Mishra and Biswabas Patra. 10. Environment, Human Development and Economic Growth of Indian States after Liberalisation - Sacchidananda Mukherjee and Debashis Chakraborty. 11. Gender and Human Development - Liliane Bensahel, Steven Coissard and Asma Ben Lazrak. 12. Recasting Human Development Indices: A Look into the State of Gender Empowerment in Karnataka - Sanjeev D Kenchaigol. 13. Human Development in Orissa: An Inter-District Analysis from the Perspective of Infrastructure - Amar Kumar Mohanty, Narayan C Nayak and Bani Chatterjee.14. Human Development, Economic Development and Income Earning Capacities of the Common Man: The Case of North East India - Keya Sengupta. 15. Disparities in Human Development and Economic Development: The Case of Assam - Sumanash Dutta. 16. Livelihood Diversification: Pathway Out of Rural Poverty - P.S. Sujithkumar Printed Pages: 425. Seller Inventory # 58786

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K.C. Pandey

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About this Item: Readworthy Publications (P) Ltd., 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Ramayana and Mahabharata are regarded as texts generally referred in ethical matters. They contain insights of social behaviour and show the ways of dissolution of moral crisis. Although almost every Indian household possesses them as treasure, their relevance and significance need to be relooked in the contemporary ever-changing world. This book aims to cater to this need of the academics of various disciplines such as philosophy, sociology, psychology and literature, along with the curiosities of the common reader.Table of Contents Foreword ? by Prof. Sabhjit Mishra Introducing Ethical Debates in the Epics ? K.C. Pandey Ethics of Niskama Karma: An Appraisal ? D.N. Tiwari Moral Dilemma and its Applicability in the Mahabharata ? S.P. Dubey Moral Crisis and Mahabharata ? Jata Shankar The Doctrine of Karma and Moksa in the Epics ? Nirupama Srivastava The Critique of Dharma with Reference to the Epics ?Y.V. Satyanarayana Ethical Ambivalence in Great Indian Epics ? R.P. Srivastava Subaltern Morality in Post-Ramaya? a Ramkatha ? R.C. Sinha Doctrine of Karma and Moral Dilemmas ? Ratikanta Panda Human Values and their Transvaluation in the Bhagavad Gita: An Analytical Study ? G.P. Das Problem of Moral Agency in the Bhagavad Gita ? Dinesh Chandra Srivastava Morality and Spirituality in Gita : A Critical Estimate ? Bijayananda Kar Karma Yoga in Gita as Envisaged by Sri Aurobindo ? A.K. Singh Ethics of the Gita ? S.C. Panigrahi Synthesis of Science and Religion in the Bhagavad Gita ? D.N. Yadav The Concept of God in the Bhagavad Gita ? Sajiwan Prasad Revisiting Dharma in the Mahabharata: Resolving Moral Dilemmas ? Saroj Kanta Kar Arjuna?s Moral Dilemma: Is it Genuine? ? Alok Tandan Polyandry as Depicted in the Mahabharata ? Rekha Chaturvedi The Concept of Spirituality ? R.L. Singh Printed Pages: 240. Seller Inventory # 60765

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Himanshu Sekhar Rout and Prasant Kumar Panda

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About this Item: New Century Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction and overview/Himanshu Sekhar Rout and Prasant Kumar Panda. 2. Gender and health a conceptual note/Manisha Chawla and Himanshu Sekhar Rout. 3. Agro based enterprises and women in Punjab/Sanjay Kumar Jasdev Singh and G.S. Gill. 4. Land rights and sustainable livelihood for women/K.N. Bhatt. 5. Gender and agricultural work in Tamil Nadu/C. Muthuraja. 6. Gender bias in agricultural employment evidence from Rural Orissa/Atulya Bhoi Yoginder Singh and Prasant Kumar Panda. 7. Self employment and sustainable development through Self Help Groups (SHGs)/Dolly Sunny. 8. Gender and development role of Self Help Groups (SHGs)/H.H. Uliveppa and M.N. Siddalingappanavar. 9. Empowerment of women through Self Help Groups (SHGs) a case study/K. Pazhani. 10. Gender budget initiatives in India/Sarit Kumar Rout. 11. Air pollution and health of women a case study/Mrutyunjaya Mishra and Nirmal Chandra Sahu. 12. Women and UN Millennium Development Goals/G. Ramachandrudu P. Subba Rao and A. Rajani. 13. Gender inequality in education and socio economic development an empirical analysis/K.B. Rangappa V. Murugaiah and B.P. Veerabhadrappa. 14. Violence against women in India a case study/A. Vinayak Reddy. 15. Females enrolment and employment in schools in Andhra Pradesh/D. Pulla Rao. 16. Awareness key to gender development/A.K. Jain and Shalini Tiwari. 17. Gender and development Role of NGOs/Pallavi S. Kusugal and H.H. Uliveppa. Index. Ensuring gender parity has become a great challenge for the modern world. Gender equality forms part of development strategy in many countries of the world including India. When both men and women have equal access to services and resources enjoy equal rights and get equal opportunities to develop skills and capabilities then the development of the country is fast and balanced. Despite considerable efforts towards advocacy and awareness of gender equality and launching of various programmes for welfare of women gender discrimination in India remains pervasive in many dimensions of life. Though the nature and magnitude of discrimination against women vary from country to country in no part of the world gender parity has been achieved completely in legal social and economic terms. Gender gaps are widespread in respect of access to and control of resources economic opportunities and political voice. Women are still exploited discriminated against and subjected to harassment and violence. In this perspective the present volume covering various dimensions and strategies of gender development is highly topical. The volume has emerged from the research papers contributed by social scientists and academicians from different parts of India focusing on specific gender related issues. Both primary and secondary data have been used by the authors to analyse the problems and conclude with suggestions. The main themes which the volume covers are agriculture and gender development micro credit financing and women empowerment role of Self Help Groups (SHGs) and NGOs in socio economic development of women and health and education of women. The volume will provide valuable information and inputs to academicians researchers NGOs and government agencies and functionaries. 260 pp. Seller Inventory # 67493

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Amita Saxena,C.S.K. Mishra,J.W. Kim

Published by Daya Publishing House/Astral International (P) Ltd. (2006)

ISBN 10: 8170354315 ISBN 13: 9788170354314

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House/Astral International (P) Ltd., 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book is a compilation of chapters on various environmental maladies and feasible suggestions for their redressal, authored by eminent scientists representing the finest institutions of India. Invaluable information?s are available on watershed reclamation, solid and hazardous waste management, environmental management of aquaculture, air pollution, global bysinnosis, ozone depletion and global warming, energy management, radiation hazards and remote sensing applications. The book will be very useful for students, researchers, educators and NGOs in Environmental Science. Contents Contents Chapter 1: Carbon Sequestration through Terrestrial Ecosystem: An Ecofriendly Solution to Global Warming by Asha A Juwarkar and Sanjeev Kumar Singh Chapter 2: Environmental Impact of Ozone Depletion, Global Warming and Acid Rain by Prabavathi Nagarajan Chapter 3: Resourceful Aspects of the Waste by Debnath Palit and Ambarish Mukherjee Chapter 4: Improving Municipal Solid Waste Management of the City of Bangalore by Krishne Gowda Prof M V Sridhara Chapter 5: Judicious Management of Biomedical Waste by Siba P Panda, C S K Mishra and Ranjita Muduli Chapter 6: Problems and Prospects in Flyash Utilisation in Agriculture by P C Mishra and Dharitri Mahakur Chapter 7: Major Air Pollutants and Environment: A Critical Review by P C Mishra and R K Patel Chapter 8: Aldehyde (AS Formadehyde) and Pzone Concentrations in Ambient Air at Selected Locations in Hyderabad City by M Suneela, M S Sastry, N P Shasidhar Kumar, K Raisuddin and B Krishna Kannaiah Chapter 9: Environmental Issues of Aquaculture by A A Vyas Chapter 10: Environmental Management Towards Sustainable Aquaculture by Munil Kumar Sukham, Jitendra Kumar Sundaray and Guruaribam Aruna Devi Chapter 11: Impact of Stocking Density and Water Quality of Growth, Survival and Production of Indian Major Carps in Village Ponds: A Review by R K Gupta, R Aggarwal and K L Jain Chapter 12: Growth, Survial and Production of Scampi, Macrobrachium rosembergii (De Man) Under Semi-tropical Agro-climatic Conditions by K L Jain, R K Gupta, and Balraj Singh Chapter 13: Climate Change and its impact on Fisheries by P Routray, S N Dash and P Swain Chapter 14: Effect of Mercury Accumulation on Different Biochemical Parameters of Sesbania aculeata Pers by Debasis Dash, Dipti R Nanda, bibhuti B Mishra Chapter 15: Green Technology: For Cleaning Up Heavy Metals in Soil and Water Ecosystems by J P N Rai, Y P Singh, V Singhal and V K Verma Chapter 16: Agricultural Residues: Low Cost Potential Adsorbents for the Treatments of Wastewater by Dharam Buddhi, Deepika Swami and Richa Kothari Chapter 17: Energy and Environment by M C Dash Chapter 18: Environment and Radioactivity by Sujata Mishra Chapter 19: Nuclear Radiations: Hazards and Safety Aspects vis-a-vis Power Generation by Manisha Chakrabortty Chapter 20: Dust in Textile Mills Affect Health: A Glimpse of Global Byssinosis by H Venkatakrishna Bhatt Chapter 21: Alternatives to Pesticides for Pest Management by T V Sathe Chapter 22: Sericulture can Prevent Soil Erosion and Deforestation by T V Sathe Chapter 23: Global Warming with Special Reference to Fisheries by Amita Saxena, Priyank Saxena, Akansha Bisht Chapter 24: Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System for Natural Disaster Management by N V Prasad. Printed Pages: 506. Seller Inventory # 71348

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Anil Dutta Mishra

Published by Mittal Pub (2003)

ISBN 10: 8170998727 ISBN 13: 9788170998723

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About this Item: Mittal Pub, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Challenges of the 21 century and the Gandhian alternative/A.T. Ariyaratne. 2. The paradoxes in present day world – a Gandhian perspective/N. Radhakrishnan. 3. A conceptual framework of societal challenges in 21 century/A.K. Merchant. 4. Challenges of our time and Gandhian alternatives for sustainable human development/Kamal Taori and Sheela Taori. 5. Challenges of 21 century and Gandhian alternative/E.P. Menon. 6. Ironies of development/Musafir Singh and Asutosh Pradhan. 7. Gandhi, western civilization and modernity – reflections of an old Gandhi watcher/K. Raghavendra Rao. 8. Globalising Swadeshi/Jai Narain Sharma. 9. The new world order and relevance of Gandhian philosophy/Sudhira Chandra Jena. 10. The new international economic order in a Gandhian perspective/Ashu Pasricha. 11. Globalisation and Gandhi/K.S. Bharati. 12. From economic globalisation to post-globalised societal order and the Indian state/B. Mohan. 13. Global village vs. Gandhian villages – a viable vision/Kuruvilla Padikattu. 14. Side-effect of globalisation/M.L. Sharma. 15. Swadeshi : the Gandhian approach to self-reliance/A.N. Panda. 16. Gandhi holds keys to human progress/K.D. Gangrade. 17. The challenge of harmonising economics, ecology and ethics : a Gandhian perspective/H.M. Desarda. 18. Eco-crisis and Gandhi/Ranjit Kumar Roy. 19. Rural development and grassroot administration/N. Mahalingam. 20. Rural higher education for sustainable development – curriculum and pedagogy/N. Markandan. 21. The fair sex in an unfair society/G. Pankajam. 22. Gandhian approach to gender justice/Anil Dutta Mishra. 23. Gandhi and gender justice/M.S. Dadage. 24. Women’s emancipation : an unfinished agenda/Savita Singh. 25. Youth 2020 : Gandhian vision for the new millennium/S. Narayanasamy. 26. Gandhi’s approach to peace/Manish Sharma. 27. Gandhi and conflict resolution for world peace – a study on peace and non-violence/P. Moorthy. 28. Santi Sena as conflict resolution – ideology and programme/Ramjee Singh. Index. "This book is an outcome of the collective endeavour of the scholars of Gandhian thought and action who have examined the challenges of 21 century from different angles and provided the Gandhian alternative by re-interpreting Gandhism. Rediscovering Gandhi becomes global necessity for peace, prosperity, freedom, harmony and survival of the whole human race. Both capitalism and socialism miserably failed. The whole world is in search of alternatives. Gandhism provides an answer to the problems arising out of alternative in high tech.-world. Gandhism is new hope, new force and above all a new challenge in the contemporary world. The present volume contains thought provoking research papers on Gandhian alternatives. Efforts have been made to make it comprehensive and reader oriented. The book will be useful to researchers, futuristic studies, students of Gandhian thought/peace studies/human rights, policy makers and activists." (jacket). Seller Inventory # 45006

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K N Dikshit and K S Ramachandran

Published by D K Printworld, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8124603057 ISBN 13: 9788124603055

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About this Item: D K Printworld, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents I. Articles 1. The significance of the Acheulian site of Isampur Karnataka in the lower Palaeolithic of India/K. Paddayya Richa Jhaldiyal and Michael D. Petraglia. 2. Economy of the Neolithic cultures of Southern Uttar Pradesh and Western Bihar/Anil Kumar and P.C. Pant. 3. Neolithic ceramics and their decorative patterns in Kashmir Valley/P.C. Chaudhari. 4. Harappan Jewellery Hoard from Mandi/D.V. Sharma V.N. Prabhakar R. Tewari and R.K. Srivastava. 5. Dhalewan an early Harappan site in Punjab/Madhu Bala and Vishnu Kant. 6. Chalcolithic settlements at Chichali/S.K. Mittra and V. Shivananda. 7. Chalcolithic painted human representations from Chichali/Ch. Babjirao. 8. Anthropomorphic figurines from Chichali some observations/Nandini Bhattacharya Sahu. 9. Painted faunal depictions from Chalcolthic Chichali/Prabash Sahu. 10. Excavation at Ojiyana/B.R. Meena and Alok Tripathi. 11. The ancient city of Sravasti its significance on the urbanisation of North India/Takahiro Takahashi Taizo Yamaoka Fumitaka Yoneda and Akinori Uesugi. 12. From eastern Indian ocean to the Yellow Sea interaction sphere Indo pacific beads in Yayoi Japan/Sunil Gupta. 13. The early historic settlement and subsistence pattern in the Shetrunji River Basin Bhavnagar District Gujarat/Ashit Boran Paul. 14. Excavations at Sirpur District Mahasamund Chhattisgarh/Jagat Pati Joshi and A.K. Sharma. 15. Mehrauli iron pillar revisited/B.P. Sinha. 16. Excavation at Mansar District Nagpur Maharashtra 1997 2000/Jagat Pati Joshi and A.K. Sharma. 17. Purani Marmi a late Ahar culture settlement in Chitaurgarh District Rajasthan/R.K. Mohanty Anup Mishra P.P. Joglekar P.K. Thomas Jeewan Kharakwal and Tama Panda. 18. Small game hunting Musahars an ethnoarchaeological approach/Shahida Ansari. 19. Copper objects from Dihor archaeotechnical studies/Pranab K. Chattopadhyay. II. Notes and news 1. Excavation at Bisokhar District Ghaziabad (U.P.) 1999/Madhu Bala. 2. A note on a seal matrix from Budhigarh District Kalahandi Orissa/Pradeep Mohanty and Baba Mishra. 3. Unveiling the ancient trade route of Paratewadi/Vikram Marathe. 4. Report of the first archaeological campaign at Drupad Kila (Kampilya)/K.N. Dikshit. III. Book review 1. N. Jha and N.S. Rajaram the deciphered Indus script methodology readings interpretation/Krishna Deva. 2. Ram Sharan Sharma advent of the Aryans in India/Vibha Tripathi. 3. Satyendra Kumar Jha beginning of urbanization in early historic India/Vibha Tripathi. 4. Muhammed Abdul Nayeem the rock art of Arabia/R.P. Sharma. 5. Suchitra Khanna Dancing divinities in Indian art/B.S. Hari Shankar. 6. Neeta Yadav Ardhanarisvara in art and literature/B.S. Hari Shankar. 7. R. Krishnamurthy Non Roman ancient foreign coins from Karur in India/K.S. Ramachandran. 8. D.P. Sharma Harappan seals sealings and copper tablets/K.N. Dikshit. Annual report Report of the XXXIII Annual Conference of Indian Archaeological Society held at Pune from 27 through the 30 December 1999. 222 pp. Seller Inventory # 55480

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Nandini Sahu

Published by Authorspress, Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8172732872 ISBN 13: 9788172732875

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About this Item: Authorspress, Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Changing contours of communication some effects of modern science and technologies on English language and literature/M.L. Das. 2. Making core subjects more communicative/B.B. Badhai. 3. Generative phonology and post generative scenario/Gobardhan Sahu. 4. Communicative English a pragmatic perspective/Chhayakanta Sarangi. 5. Communication breaking the cultural boundaries/C.D Panda. 6. The global medium and local identities English as a vehicle of cultural enlightenment/Padmini Sahu. 7. Living with intelligence/G.C. Patro. 8. Role of educational technology in the education of low English proficient students/P.K. Subudhi and P.C. Mishra. 9. Need of language art and writing fictions/P.N. Singh. 10. Importance of communicative approach in professional and technical education/Manas Ranjan Mishra. 11. Academics of teaching literary theory and practice/Nandini Sahu. 12. Linguistic science and art of language/S.K. Mishra. 13. Personality development interpersonal and communicative skills/Sanchita Choudhury. 14. Influence of situational factors on communication in the practical life of engineers/Atish Chandra Sarkar. 15. Importance of language studies in technical education/Sanjeev Kumar Pattnaik. 16. Importance of English language for the personality development of technical students/Jayashree Nanda. 17. Role of discourse analysis in second language teaching and learning/Kunjaban Patel. 18. Why's and how's of intercultural communication/Tripti Mund. 19. Role of English in technical education/Susama Panda. 20. Globalisation of Hinglish/Deepanjali Mishra. 21. Communicative language methods teaching implication and application in ELT/Smita Sinha. 22. How to teach English the process of teaching English/Subash Chandra Pati. 23. Passage to global citizenship the role of English/Gouri Shankar Patnaik. 24. Variations in English language pronunciation and mother tongue influence/R.C. Thakur. 25. Administrative communication/Shalini. Index. The importance of English in India as a medium of instruction and communication is growing fast since the post colonial era. The English speaking population in India today exceeds the number of people speaking English in Britain. Twenty five essays that constitute this volume throw light on various aspects of English language teaching functional English communicative English English for specific purposes material production and syllabus design for Indian students linguistic theories and their application in the pronunciation of English interpersonal skills personality development and the importance of language teaching in technical education. In the age of globalisation and liberalisation English is the only lingua franca for the entire world. Still learning of English as a second language poses a number of difficulties for both teachers and learners. However since the use of language is variegated it is only when a good command of the language has been achieved the learner can proceed with his linguistic adroitness. Teachers and students of English language teaching and researchers in this field will find this book extremely valuable during planning selection grading and presentation. 224 pp. Seller Inventory # 57956

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Published by GSI, Kolkata (2001)

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About this Item: GSI, Kolkata, 2001. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents I. Theme Geoenvironmental studies Geohazards cyclone flood mass wasting earthquake desertification and land degradation 1. Application of fractals in seismology A case study in North East India/Pankaj Mala Bhattacharya. 2. Great boundary fault in Agra and Mathura areas a reinterpretation and its seismic implications/E.A. Khan and S.P. Bhartiya. 3. Geohazards of Lalitpur district in Bundelkhand region Uttar Pradesh/S.K. Anand. 4. An appraisal of natural resources and geoenvironmental hazards of Ganga Yamuna interfluve Uttar Pradesh/Surendra Prasad Ghanshyam Singh and V.C. Srivastava. 5. Sediment source mapping in the study of geohazards due to Jiadhal river Dhemaji district Assam/Yogendra Deva. 6. Molluscs and Ostracodes as pollution indicators in Gomti river/Anil K. Mathur Sunshil Kumar V.P. Singh and Vibhuti Rai. 7. Recent geological anomalies in Kerala region and their relevance to seismicity/M.M. Nair and M.P. Muraleedharan. 8. Space based early warning system to understand seismotectonics/Saumitra Mukherjee. 9. Need for researches for hazard zonation of landslide and earthquake/R.B. Sharan. 10. Unravelling recent crustal movements of the western marginal Gangetic Alluvial plains a computer aided geomorphic approach/M.N. Mishra Arvind Misra and L.L. Vishwakarma. 11. Rapid assessment of landslide hazard zonation a fast track approach/M. Raju. 12. Geohazards a study of the November 1996 cyclone of Godavari delta Andhra coast/M.V. Subba Rao and D.R. Kameshwar. 13. Stability problem of Mangan town North Sikkim an analysis/N. Das Shyamal Sinha L.P. Singh and Amareshwar Dutta. 14. Landslide hazard zonation along upper Beas Valley Kullu district H.P./Inder Singh and S.K. Kulshrestha. 15. Seismotectonic evaluation of Orissa/Om Prakash P.K. Panda and M.S. Ummar. 16. Seismotectonic status of Moradabad district U.P./V.N. Bajpai I.P. Bajpai Shyam Narayan and Gyan Chand. 17. Problem of landslide/mass movement in parts of Sikkim Himalaya a discussion/G.C. Kandpal A. Dutta and R.K. Roy. 18. Assessment of active faults and lineaments in Kutch and saurashtra regions of Gujarat a post 26 January earthquake study/Z.G. Ghevariya and B.K. Sahu. 19. Geological hazards in major river valley projects of Northeast India/R.G. Sinha. 20. Development of landslide at Udhampur end portal of tunnel 1 Udhampur Katra broad gauge railway line/B.D. Malbarna and G.S. Manhas. 21. Impact of geohazards on the construction of Nathpa Jhakri hydel project NW Himalaya/S. Kumar and Ashok Kumar. 22. Delhi Strong Motion Accelerograph (DSMA) network a national facility/Y. Pandey R. Dharmaraju P.K.S. Chauhan S.K. Srivastava and Pradeep Kumar. 23. Role of geomorphology in landuse planning a study from super cyclone affected areas of Jagatsinghpur district Orissa/K.C. Das. 24. A reappraisal of geomorphology of Delhi Union Territory and its relevance to the environmental potential of the region/Shishir S. Srivastava. II. Risk assessment Surface groundwater and air pollution 25. Assessment of ground water pollution due to urbanisation and industrialisation in Singrauli area a case study/S. Mukherjee and D.S. Pandey. 26. Evaluation of pollution around Vanivilas sugar factory and distillery near Hiriyur Karnataka/N.R. Ramesh and S.G. Udhoji. 27. Soil contamination due to toxic metals in Bolaram industrial area Andhra Pradesh/P.K. Govil and A.K. Krishna. 28. Sustainability of road communication in fragile environment of North Eastern India a case study/R.K. Avasthy. 29. An approach to meet the challenge of unpredictable hydrology in small catchments with reference to Kandi watershed area Punjab/Y.P. Sharda and J. Bagchi. 30. Geochemical investigation of water samples under DOVEMAP project in Dharur and Kaij talukas Beed district Maharashtra/V.W. Khangan N.V. Nitnaware V.D. Bhole M. Sinha and V.M. Parate. 31. Chloride in shallow coastal wells in Kanyakumari district Tamil Nadu/P. Charles D. Mony. 32. Fluoride pollution in groundwater and related ill effects with geomorp. Seller Inventory # 61256

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Girish Kumar Patra; Prakash Chandra Mishra and Gouri Sankar Lall

Published by Discovery (2014)

ISBN 10: 818356058X ISBN 13: 9788183560580

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About this Item: Discovery, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Included. 2nd Edition. Contents Foreword. 1. OSFC The regional leader in financing SSIs/Prafulla Ch. Mahapatra and Brajabandhu Padhiary. 2. Institutional finance to SSIs in Orissa a study of O.S.F.C/Pradeepta K. Samanta and Ashok K. Mohanty. 3. Institutional finance for small scale sector the Orissan picture/Nisha Jain and Sanjay Ku. Satapathy. 4. The role of O.S.F.C. in the development of SSIs in response to policy of liberalisation of the Govt. of India in 1991 92/Sambit Mishra. 5. Role of OSFC in the development of small scale industrial sector/Deepak Kumar Mohanty and Bana B. Mohanty. 6. Women entrepreneurship and S.S.I. sector a study of O.S.F.C. as a facilitator/S.B. Tripathy and B.K. Dash. 7. Financing of small scale industries by commercial banks in Orissa a study/Sri Sudhansu Kumar Das and Bimal Prasad Nanda. 8. Institutional financing for small scale industrial development of Orissa a study of OSFC Berhampur branch/Prafulla Chandra Mohanty. 9. Non farm sector investment in selected districts of Orissa an impact assessment/Sri Ramesh Chandra Jena Pitabasha Mohanty and R.K. Nanda. 10. Study of bank finance to small scale sector in the post reform period/P.C. Misra and G.K. Patra. 11. Financing of village and cottage industries by Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) in Orissa/S.C. Acharya and A.K. Mohanty. 12. Institutional financing of small scale industries in Orissa a study of OSFC financing the village and tiny industries/Ch. P.K. Das D.K. Mohanty and B. Behera. 13. Interplay between primary sector lending and S.S.I. development in Orissa empirical evidences from Khurda district/P.C. Tripathy K.B. Das and Sri C.R. Panda. 14. Institutional financing for small scale industrial development of Orissa/Kshirod Kumar Behera. 15. Institutional financing for small scale industrial development in Orissa/Bhagabata Behera. 16. Disparity in institutional financing for small scale industrial development of Orissa a study of OSFC/Bhagaban Das. 17. Government of India policies on SSIs/P.K. Sahu. The small scale industrial sector has emerged as a vibrant and dynamic sector of the Indian economy since independence. With the twin objectives of employment generation and capital expansion the small scale sector was highly emphasized consistently in all the successive industrial policy resolutions. Considering the immense potentialities of the small scale sector in the overall backdrop of Indian economy a natural level seminar was organised with the support of UGC. Thought provoking and highly illuminating papers were presented embracing a wide spectrum of issues revolving round the small scale sector in the country. Those are clubbed together to put forth the viewpoints for reference to thinkers policymakers planners and academicians. 162 pp. Seller Inventory # 62242

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Ashutosh Pandey; Bhoopal Singh and G K Singh

Published by Radha Pub, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8174875824 ISBN 13: 9788174875822

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About this Item: Radha Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction/Ashutosh Pandey Bhoopal Singh and G.K. Singh. 2. Urbanization and development a study of urban poverty in India/Anil Dutta Mishra. 3. Urbanization in India trends and issues/Ashutosh Pandey. 4. Globalization and industrialization a study of Orissa/A.N. Panda. 5. Urbanization industrialization and indigenous people/Archana Pandey and Radhu Panwar. 6. Impact of urbanization and globalization on slum society/Babit Kumar Bihan and Praveen Kumar. 7. Urbanization and economic development in India/Dushyant Kumar and Rajendra Singh. 8. Globalization environment protection and rights of indigenous people/G.K. Singh and Renu Chaudhary. 9. Noida industrial environment and urbanization/Gautam Vir and Manav Kumar. 10. Economic challenges in globalization and Swadeshi specific reference to M.K. Gandhi/Himanshu Bourai. 11. Impact of globalization on Indian economy and political system/Indu Sharma and Triveni Dutt. 12. Gandhi's concept of rural development/Jai Narain Sharma. 13. Decline of Gandhian values and globalization/K.D. Gangrade. 14. Urbanization in modern India/K.D. Sharma and O. P. Singh. 15. Globalization in Indian economy/Mohit Malik and Bhoopal Singh. 16. Growth of urbanization in India/Rashid Aziz Faridi and Rakhshanda Fazli Faridi. 17. Social effects of urbanization/Renu Agrawal. 18. Urbanization good governance and the urban poor/Sushma Yadav. 19. Strategies for poverty alleviation in globalized India/Seema Singh and Nisha Chaudhary. 20. Globalization and distributive justice/Sunil Kumar. 21. Globalization and Naxalism/Upasana Pandey and Amit Kumar Singh. Selected bibliography. Urbanization and globalization is an unavoidable reality in the present world. Most of the countries have accepted it either willingly or unwillingly. Divergent views for and against urbanization and globalization have been expressed. There are many questions which are raised at different platforms. Some of these are What is urbanization and globalization. What are the fundamental factors involved in urbanization and globalization. Who wants urbanization and globalization. How does urbanization and globalization affect different people. Whether globalization is beneficial for developing nations. The Answer to some of these questions to some extent can be found in the articles in this volume written by eminent scholars. An attempt has been made to discuss urbanization and globalization in general and its impact on people society and state in particular. This book also examines various issues concerning poverty industrialization indigenous people slum society economic development environment protection decline of Gandhian values good governance human rights and job opportunities for women etc. 270 pp. Seller Inventory # 72769

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S B Verma; Shiw Kumar Jiloka and Bucheshwar Mandal

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176298859 ISBN 13: 9788176298858

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Agriculture Farming System 1. Whither organic farming/D.D. Patra A. Kalra and S.P.S Khanuja. 2. Contract Farming myths and realities/Sunnykutty Thomas. 3. Integrated farming boon for small and marginal farmers/Pramod Kumar Panda. 4. Conservation farming for sustainable development/G.P. Reddy. 5. Technology development and delivery farming systems research and extension approach/Shantanu Kumar Uma Sah and P.P. Pal. II. Dairy Farm Enterprise 6. Animal Husbandry and Dairying during Tenth plan/D. Kumar and T. Sudakar. 7. Dairy enterprise effective tool for poverty alleviation/B. Hemalatha Y.V.R. Reddy. 8. Dairy farm sector a brief analysis/S. Surya Murthi. 9. Fermented dairy products/Himadri Panda. 10. Women dairy cooperatives/V.M. Rao. 11. Dairying and rural development/V. Kurien. III. Rural communication and technologies 12. Community media towards a new horizon/V.S. Gupta. 13. Electronic media for agricultural and rural development/Shantanu Kumar Uma Sah and Ajay Kumar Sah. 14. Searching the web/Gaurav Kumar. 15. Should media policy be anti proof/H. Hanumantha Rao. 16. Traditional media in rural development/Rupasi Tiwari and B.R. Singh. 17. Role of media in social change/Anjali Pattanaik and Gunum Pattanayak. 18. Information education and communication activities on family welfare programmes/Shankar Chatterjee. 19. Communication for rural development/Lalit Kumar Tyagi. 20. Media development linkages/V.S. Gupta. 21. Communication for rural development/Chandan Kumar Deka Shantanu Kumar and Uma Sah. 22. Telecom revolution vital for rural development/Ashish Joshi. 23. Holding board meetings through conferencing/Pavan Kumar Vijay. 24. Communication Convergence Bill 2001 a new avenue for practice/S.D. Israni. 25. Rural connectivity current issues and future plans/Surinder Sud. IV. Rural Transportation 26. Innovative technology for rural roads/T. Muraleedharan and V.K. Sood. 27. Rural road network/K.N. Raju. 28. Transportation and communication in rural India/J.P. Singh. 29. Rural road transport and marketing of agricultural produce/S.H. Indurwade. V. Rural Marketing 30. Agricultural marketing/D. Shrijay Devaraj Urs. 31. Agricultural marketing/N.L. Agarwal. 32. Changing face of rural marketing/C. Rajendra Kumar and Sanjay S. Kaptan. 33. Kaleidoscope of rural marketing/K. Rajamohan. 34. Rural marketing perspectives and issues/L.P. Singh. 35. Rural marketing challenges in the new millennium/Keshav Sharma Deepak R. Gupta and Parikshat Singh Manhas. 36. Marketing cooperatives in agriculture gearing up for emerging challenges/P.K. Mishra. 37. Marketing support to the SHGs/P. Purushotham. 38. Rising market for Gold Jewellery vs. plight of Goldsmiths/C.V. Kannaji Rao. 39. Importance of agricultural marketing/L.P. Singh. Index. For developing location specific farming systems it is essential to conduct on farm and participatory research in numerous sub regions of various agro ecological zones for system description diagnosis and problem specification followed by on farm solution verification and feedback. Agricultural marketing is characterised by the involvement of a large number of functionaries and duplication of functions in the process of distribution of produce from the producers to research which will aim at vertical and horizontal integration of marketing functions and functionaries so as to reduce the cost of marketing and ensure a fair price to the growers and consumers alike. 356 pp. Seller Inventory # 60928

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Sunil Kumar Satpathy; Chandrakant Swain and Bijayalaxmi Rautaray

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About this Item: Mahamaya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Digital library in an academic setup issues and concerns/S.K. Satpathy and C.K. Swain. 2. Data integration in digital libraries issues and concern/B.P. Panda. 3. Creation of digital library using open source software a comparative study of GSDL Dspace and E print/R.K. Bhoi and S.K. Satpathy. 4. Digital preservation strategies and copyright issues/S. Haridasan. 5. The emerging role of librarians as knowledge manager in the digital age/K. Rajasekharan. 6. Digital information literacy of the faculty members of Sambalpur University survey/B. Maharana and C. Mishra. 7. Continuing education programme for information professionals in digital environment/K.C. Satpathy. 8. Collection building of e resources in libraries with particular reference to e journals problems and prospects/S.K. Satpathy and B. Rautaray. 9. Standards for cataloguing e resources/N.S. Harinarayana. 10. Information networking among the Agricultural Research Libraries in Bangladesh/Md. H. Uddin and Md. K. Alam. 11. Collaborative networked library system and services an overview/Y. Srinivas Rao B.K. Choudhury and M. Ishwar Bhat. 12. A study of homepages of major library consortium in India/S.R. Lihitkar. 13. Open access repository to enhance research standards in India/R. Ambuja. 14. Open access journals Indian scenario/M.A. Hirwade and A.W. Hirwade. 15. Digital right management a technological measure for copyright protection and its possible impacts on libraries/S.K. Choudhuri. 16. Intellectual property rights a birds eye view/S. Sripriya. 17. Application of RFID technology in libraries/R. Parameswaran. 18. Induction of RFID in Library and Information Centers a state of the art technology/S. Ganguly and M.K. Singh. 19. RFID system in libraries an overview/S. Powdwal. 20. Distributed database management system in libraries/C.K. Swain and B. Rautaray. 21. Advances in communication technology an overview/R. Varghese. With the growing emphasis on use of information technologies libraries have undergone major structural changes in terms of their collection organization and services. The traditional concepts of libraries are becoming obsolete day by day with the emergence of new digital means of storage and dissemination of information. In such digital library environment libraries have to introduce and implement new concepts such as collection development of e resources library automation networking of libraries consortia mode of acquisition open access initiative by publishing open access journals and creating open access archiving digital right management creation and maintenance of digital libraries use of RFID etc. Accordingly modernization of libraries in digital era have posed new problems for LIS professionals. Keeping pace with these changes in libraries the course curriculum of Library and Information Science at Bachelor Master and M.Phil. level have changed to a great extent. In this changing library environment this book is an attempt to help students teachers professionals and researchers of LIS in getting information on recent trends of libraries. This book includes 21 chapters contributed by the eminent teachers and LIS professionals from all over India and abroad. 338 pp. Seller Inventory # 67258

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B S Nigam and Sanjay Kataria

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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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Achyutananda Panda

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About this Item: Abhijeet Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction/A.N. Panda. 2. Situating Indian women in proper perspective a framework for analysis/A.N. Panda. 3. Status of women in ancient India/J.N. Sharma. 4. Women in India down the ages/D.K. Padhi. 5. Working women and law in India/H.N. Pradhan. 6. Status of women in rural India and their role in rural development/Gautam Vir. 7. Empowerment of rural women through development need for a changing perspective in India/Ashutosh Pandey and Archana Pandey. 8. Women and development innovative strategies/Sushma Yadav. 9. National policy for the empowerment of women 2001 an appraisal/M.V.S. Koteswar Rao ad B.P.C. Bose. 10. Strategies for empowerment of women in India a review/K. Chandra Kumar. 11. Women empowerment new initiatives in voluntary action/V. Divya Thejo Murthy. 12. Empowerment of Indian women the case of self help groups in Andhra Pradesh/M. Bapuji and Md. Mastanvali. 13. Empowerment through political participation/A.D. Mishra. 14. Political participation of women in local administration in India and globalization/Rajendra Bharti. 15. Women and political participation in India/Sweta Mishra. 16. Voting participation of women in India a case study of Uttaranchal with special reference to Garhwal/M.M.S. Negi. 17. Political participation of women leaders a case study in Orissa/Gayatri Mishra and A. N. Panda. 18. The problems of working women in India/Ashu Pasricha. 19. Uniform civil code and gender justice a critical perspective/Parvathy A.A. 20. Women and politics of peace process in North East India/Dolly Phukon. 21. Prospects for Indian women/A.N. Panda. Selected Bibliography. Contributors. In spite of many reform movements launched by different social reformers during different periods and enactment of innumerable legislations aiming at improving the conditions of women the lot of women in India is yet to be uplifted to the desirable extent. Though the Indian constitution makes provisions for establishing equality between men and women and provides for affirmative actions in favour of women to rectify their adverse position the fate of women in India continues to be in a bad shape and its in imperative to take additional steps for achieving the goal of operational equality between men and women in India. All these factors necessitate discussing and understanding the different issues related to women for appreciating the problems of women in India. The present volume is a modest attempt in that direction. The present volume is the result of the untiring efforts of some scholarly persons who are genuinely interested in studying and analyzing women issues. It is believed that the articles included in this book will throw some lights on different aspects related to women and be helpful in grasping the problems of women to some extent. 386 pp. Seller Inventory # 67984

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Himanshu Bourai

Published by Mittal, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8170999960 ISBN 13: 9788170999966

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About this Item: Mittal, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents I. Technology and eradication of poverty 1. Introduction/Himanshu Bourai. 2. Moral social integration/K.D. Gangrade. 3. Urban poverty in India issues strategies and programmes/Anil Dutta Mishra. 4. Technology and poverty eradication Gandhian perspective/Ram Binod Singh. 5. Human resource development for eradication of poverty in the globalizing world/Hassan Rangriz. 6. Modern technology and Gandhian philosophy/Ashu Pasricha. 7. Eradication of poverty and appropriate technology/M.S. Dadge. 8. Poverty eradication through technology an appraisal/Raj Singh. 9. Role of technology in poverty eradication/Harinder Kishor Mishra. II. Terrorism and future of humanity 10. Terrorism meaning dimension and problem of response/A.N. Panda. 11. Terrorism what should we do/Jai Narayan Sharma. 12. Terrorism and the future of humanity/Harbeen Sidhu. 13. New vistas of Indo Russian cooperation in the 21 century fight against the menace of terrorism/M.S. Nalineet Ghildiyal. 14. Terrorism and the future of humanity/Meena Dutta. 15. Terrorism a threat to future of humanity/Shiv Raj B. Nakade. III. World peace and disarmament 16. Nuclear disarmament for global peace Gandhian alternatives/Benudhar Pradhan. 17. Non violence and world peace a Gandhian perspective/M.L. Sharma. 18. U.N.O. and world peace/Seema Pasricha. 19. Gandhi's non violent approach to world Peace/Manish Sharma. 20. Gandhi's teaching and practice of non violence/Bela Bhanot. 21. Relevance of Gandhism today/V. Seeni Natrajan. 22. Gandhian approach to world peace/Saroj Malik. 23. Gandhian philosophy and education an awareness in the society/B.P. Uniyal. 24. Disarmament and world peace/Pushpa Motiyani. Index. This volume is an endeavour of the scholars to study the three major issues of humanity terrorism poverty and world peace. This work provides rich and variegated articles discussing the above issues and provides a framework for future of the humanity. The book consists of three parts the first part of the book is related to poverty eradication and technology in which it is very clear that Gandhi saw the tremendous need for the development of small scale technology that would increase the efficiency of rural production without creating any technological displacement of labour. The second part of book dealing with terrorism and future of humanity shows that at such an hour the message of Gandhi is immensely important. The third part of the book is about world peace. This part is also highlighting the fact that without developing non violence strength world peace is not possible. The contributors of this volume are well known social scientists from different disciplines. This book is relevant for the scholars and students of Gandhian studies peace studies political science and sociology. 338 pp. Seller Inventory # 54338

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Lalneihzovi

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ISBN 10: 8183241905 ISBN 13: 9788183241908

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About this Item: Mittal, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword/P.L. Sanjeev Reddy. Introduction/Arvind K. Sharma. Preface. 1. Women's development problems and prospects/Shanta Kohli Chandra. 2. Women's development historical perspective/K.L. Noatay. 3. Policies and programmes for the upliftment of women in India/Lalneihzovi. 4. Women's participation in politics and decision making problems and prospects/R.N. Prasad. 5. Political empowerment of women/Yogendra Narain S.N. Sahu and L. Lakshmi. 6. Women's empowerment through Panchayati Raj Institution a case study of Wambori Gram Panchayati in Maharashtra/Neelima Deshmukh. 7. The genre of women leaders in local bodies experience from Tamil Nadu/G. Palanithurai. 8. Women leaders and Panchayat Raj a micro study/Srinibas Pathi. 9. Empowerment of women in urban administration/U.B. Singh. 10. Empowerment of women from North East Indian women's perspective/T. Vanlaltlani. 11. The women's reservation bill a crisis of identity/Roopa Sharma. 12. Reservation for women in union and state legislatures a perspective/Snehlata Panda. 13. Administration of women prisoners in Orissa problems and issues/Sabita Mishra and Amarendra Mohanty. 14. Women empowerment in Haryana the educational dimension/S.S. Chahar and Neelam. Index. Development is a process of societal transformation from a traditional society to a modern society. It emphasises the elimination of poverty unemployment social economic and gender inequality. Women are at the heart of development. Development plans ought to take into account women's abilities rights and needs at every stage. It also means a better life which calls for equality of opportunities and social justice to all people across gender caste/class and religion. The process needs to involve the poor and deprived men and women enabling them to get the benefit there from and to save their own future that can be possible only by political and economic empowerment. A development strategy without involving gender as a category appears wasteful and self defeating. The edited volume which comprises fourteen scholarly papers deals with the concept of development and various issues/problems and constraints viz. political and economic empowerment of women and suggests to resolve the degrading socio politico economic conditions affecting the poor/neglected women adversely who are the victims of chronic poverty unemployment exploitation and gender inequality because of unequal productive and property relations. It provides policy insights and will be highly useful and valuable. 306 pp. Seller Inventory # 63384

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B Ramesh Babu; A A Vaishnav and S Gopalakrishnan

Published by Researchco Book Centre, New Delhi (2003)

ISBN 10: 8190178504 ISBN 13: 9788190178501

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About this Item: Researchco Book Centre, New Delhi, 2003. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Information management general considerations 1. A syllabus for a two year programme leading to master's degree in information management/I.K. Ravichandra Rao and Bibhuti Bhushan Sahoo. 2. Education for information professionals with particular reference to India/K.S. Raghavan. 3. Tomorrow's information professionals in the changing management era/R. Arjunan and S. Gopalakrishnan. 4. Scenario management an overview/S. Gopalakrishnan. 5. Information management in archives/A. Vijay Kiran and B. Ramesh Babu. 6. Information management in museums/Swapna Banerjee. 7. TQM in library services in India problems and prospects/Smitha Sett. 8. Quality service in libraries a customer based approach/M. Ishwara Bhat and S.L. Sangam. 9. TQM and quality circle in college libraries/S.P. Potdar. 10. Implementing ISO 9000 quality systems in libraries/Manorama Srinath and Thulasi Kavitha Yadav. 11. Application of operations research in libraries/R. Parameswaran and B. Elango. 12. Information resource and services management/R. Ambuja. II. Library management 13. Managing change in academic libraries/S.P. Potdar. 14. Strategies for collection development/management during economic recession in library and information centres/B. Ramesh Babu and J. Abraham. 15. Motivational dynamics and work efficiency of librarians/B.S. Swaroop Rani R. Rajammal and P. Baskaran. 16. Financial management college of education libraries in Maharashtra/D.K. Veer and A.A. Vaishanav. 17. Cost effectiveness versus cost benefit analysis the financial management perspectives in library and information systems and services/J. Abraham and V. Kasirao. 18. Preparation of planning document a study of university libraries in Andhra Pradesh/D. Chandran. III. Information society 19. Information society technological socio cultural and economic dynamics/M.A. Kalam. 20. The gateway library a view from the periphery/Bhubaneswar Chakraborthy. 21. IPR and legal aspects of e libraries/Shriniwas S. Pownikar. 22. Cyber crimes/P.S.G. Kumar. 23. Vandalism in academic libraries a case study/A.A. Vaishnav and Sri Ganesh M. Dixit. 24. State of high/secondary school libraries in an Indian Municipal town/R.N. Mishra and K.C. Panda. 25. Public library system in Maharashtra state/R. Ramasamy. 26. Tamilnadu state the pioneer in library development/R. Ramasamy. IV. Knowledge/content management 27. Edifice of knowledge management in 21 century/Rabinarayan Mishra. 28. Knowledge management a need of the day/Mohan R. Kherde. 29. Knowledge management in academic libraries/Sushma C. Powdwal. 30. Knowledge management in academic library services/N. Subrahmanian and S. Gopalakrishnan. 31. Human resources in knowledge management/R.G. Dharmapurikar and Jagdish N. Kulkarni. 32. Knowledge management in the banking and financial sector/D. Kamalavijayan. 33. Consortia approach and content management among digital libraries/Mahesh V. Mudhol. 34. E mails record management problems solutions and future trends/Seow Bee Bee and Chennupati K. Ramaiah. 35. Consumer health information resources on internet/K.N. Kittur. V. Data mining 36. Content summarization and indexing of texts use of text mining software/A. Neelameghan. 37. Data mining applications in library and information centres/R.S.R. Varalakshmi. 38. Data mining for digital libraries/J. Dominic and P.J. Nirmala. 39. Meta data aspects of data mining/S. Balasubramanian and S. Sudha. VI. Information storage and retrieval tools 40. Depth classification application in thesaurus construction a case study/Rajendra Kumbhar and A.A. Vaishnav. 41. Compatibility issues/problems in multilingual thesauri with special reference to Indian languages/V. Chandrakumar. 42. Newspaper indexing/M. Tamizhchelvan and A.C. Ganesh. 43. CD ROM a powerful media for information storage and retrieval/D. Gayatri and M. Sridhar Kumar. 44. CD ROM technology an ideal storage media for libraries/Khaiser Muneebulla Khan. 45. Search engines/Ramesh R. Naik. 46. Ranking of. Seller Inventory # 53035

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C.R. Karisiddappa & P. Padhi (Eds)

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

ISBN 10: 8126916966 ISBN 13: 9788126916962

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. The World Wide Web, information consortiums and the Internet have paved the way to communicate, acquire and share knowledge at a much faster pace than expected. Availability of a variety of e-resources, OSS, Institutional Repositories, Web OPAC, digital archives, and the mushrooming growth of information consortiums, etc. not only enable remote access, but are also becoming a reality in the academic realm of India. Contextually, 21st century librarians are facing unanswered questions, unsolved problems and new challenges, forcing the libraries and information centers of the nuclear world to adapt new techniques and tools, to go digital, to become paperless, to overcome distance barrier, to upload their resources on the web and to become more flexible and adaptable to emerging changes. Thus, the LIS professionals who are in place to handle such vital tasks have a right to receive better education, effective teaching in LIS schools having sound infrastructural resources and good faculty. This festschrift in honour of Professor K.C. Panda intends to provide a comprehensive look on diverse issues that shape the future of the 21st century libraries and their effective management. The editors have a strong conviction that the rich experience and intellect of the learned contributors as reflected in their contributions would provide an excellent dividend to the contemporary librarians, information managers and people of library ilk. Contents : Foreword; Preface?KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT/RECORD MANAGEMENT?1. Legal Status of Electronic Recordkeeping in Asian Countries?William Saffady; 2. Significance of Knowledge Management in Digital Library Scenario?Rabinarayan Mishra; 3. Application of Knowledge Management Tools in Development of Library & Information Centers (LICs)?Manoj Kumar Verma and Santosh Kumar; 4. Management of Knowledge Resources in Digital Environment?Baman Parida; 5. Ranganathan?s Fifth Law: Implications on College Libraries in Punjab?Sewa Singh and Gurmej Singh Maan?LIBRARY AUTOMATION/DIGITAL LIBRARIES, DIGITAL PRESERVATION AND ARCHIEVING?6. Digital Preservation in Three Scientific Institutes in West Bengal?Swapna Banerjee and Arpita Kar Chakraborty; 7. Data Management Architecture for Digital Preservation: A Service-oriented Architecture Approach?S. Ravikumar and S.N. Singh; 8. Developing Semantic Digital Libraries Using JeromeDL: A Case Study of LUMIIT, Jaipur?Shri Ram Pandey; 9. Metadata Harvesting: Tools and Services in India?M.A. Hirwade; 1. Application of Open Source for Library Automation and Digitization in the Libraries of NCT of Delhi?Jitendra Sharma; 11. Open Source Reference Management Software?Lalitha Aswath and Divakar Babu; 12. Web 2. and Library 2.: The Challenge of Disruptive Innovation?K.C. Das; 13. Library 2.: The New Generation Library?Anwarul Islam and Abdullah-Al-Modabber; 14. Institutional Repository: Indian and Global Perspectives?C.R. Karisiddappa and Surinder Kumar; 15. Philosophy and Implications of Web 2. with Specific Reference to Libraries?Balu Moharana and Sabitri Majhi?INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION (TOOLS, PRODUCTS, SERVICES, SUBJECT GATEWAYS AND PORTALS)?16. Information Communication Products: Portals and Subject Gateways?Preeti Mahajan; 17. Virtual Communication Tools: A New Mode of Learning Through Web Technology?Akhandanand Shukla; 18. Attitude and Behaviour of Scientists Towards Communication: A Survey of Lucknow-based R&D Institutions?Babita Jaiswal; 19. Good Faith Communication as an Essential Element for Strong Empoloyees-Users Relationship in Electronic Era?Sewa Singh and Shaveta?E-RESOURCES, E-LEARNING, TOOLS, TECHNIQUES, PRODUCTS AND SERVICES?2. Open Access Electronic Information Sources for Education and Research?Moin Ahmad; 21. Role of E-Learning in Modernization of Library Services in Digital Era: A Study of Academic Libraries in Delhi?R.K. Bhatt and Vin Printed Pages: 485. Seller Inventory # 70088

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Arvind Kumar

Published by Astral International (P) Ltd/Daya Publishing House (2005)

ISBN 10: 817035384X ISBN 13: 9788170353843

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About this Item: Astral International (P) Ltd/Daya Publishing House, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. It was Haeckel who invented the word ecology, which means a study of animals and plants in their relationship to each other and to their environment. Ecological studies deals with the web of life that entangles every species with lives of others and each species with its non-living environment as a whole and each element or factor of that environment. Odum has preferred to define ecology as the study of the structure and function of nature. But new horizon of ecology now relies on a variety of disciplines like physics, chemistry, mathematics, meteorology, climatology, geology, geography, etc. an essential aspect of these studies is concerned with energy transformation occurring within ecosystems. The present book entitled ?Ecological Studies: New Horizons? is an unique compilation of advance research articles of ecology which will be helpful in opening new horizon of ecological studies and will be very much helpful for the students, research scholars, professors, scientists as well as for those who have interest in ecological studies.Contents: Contents Chapter 1: Waning Wetlands: A Need for its Conservation by Arvind Kumar and C Bohra Chapter 2: Soil Pollution Due to Municipal Solid Waste Disposal: A Case Study by C Bala Murali Krishna, R K Yaji and S Shrihari Chapter 3: Phytoremediation of Soil Fluoride by Crop Rotation by S R Ambika and S Sumalatha Chapter 4: Retention of Bases in Tannery Effluent Leachate Run through Amendments Incorporated Soil Column by K Thirunavukarasu and A Christopher Lourduraj Chapter 5: Study of Correlation of Coefficient of Physical, Chemical and Biological Characteristics with Catalse Activity in Industrially Polluted and Unpolluted Soils of Warangal (D T) A P by B Lalitha Kumari and M A Sinrigara Charya Chapter 6: Eco-toxicological Effects Caused by SWE of a Chlor-alkali Industry on the Biological Nitrogen Economy of Crop Fields by P K Pradhan, Alaka Sahu and A K Panigrahi Chapter 7: Use of Modified Ficus religiosa Bark for Scavenging Zinc Ions from Industrial Wastewater by M N Gourkar, P U Meshram and P V Patil Chapter 8: Utilisation of Municipal Wastewater in Aerobic Composting of Solid Organic Waste of Bhubaneswar City by S P Panda, C S K Mishra and D K Behera Chapter 9: Dust Accumulation Studies at Hyderabad by Nirmala Babu Rao, I Sobha Rani and Amena Chapter 10: Maturation Biology and Spawning Ecology of Schizothorax plagiostomus (Pisces: Cyprinidae) from River Pinder, Uttaranchal by K L Bisht, Anoop K Dobriyal, H K Joshi, P K Bahuguna and H R Singh Chapter 11: Bioaccumulation of Trace Metals in Marine Algae (Chaetomorpha) at Tharangambadi Coast South East Coast of India by P Martin Deva Prasath Chapter 12: Agrometeorological Assessment of Soil Moisture Stress of Kharif Crops on a Weekly Basis for Real-time Use by S Venkataraman Chapter 13: Environmental impact and Utilization of Fly Ash: A Study of IB-Thermal Power Plant by D K Sahoo, A Behera, Pramila Mishra and N S Meher Chapter 14: A Study of Lead Contamination in Groundwater, Soil, Paddy Straw, and Milk and Blood of Buffaloes by K Ayyadurai, P Arockia Sahayaraj and M Govindarajulu Chapter 15: Present Pollution Level in Kolkata and its Abatement by Debojyoti Mitra Chapter 16: The Effect of Dairy Effluent on Neighbouring Ecosystem by Jyoti Sharma and Anil Kumar Yadav Chapter 17: Energy Content of the Agro-based Industrial Solid Waste by B G Pachpande, V S Patel, S R Kulkarni, S B Attarde and S T Ingle Chapter 18: Effects of Nutrients and Oxidising Agent on Degradation of Crude Oil Hydrocarbons in Soil Under Natural Environment by Krishna G Bhattacharyya, Satyendra K Choudhury and Prahash C Sarma Chapter 19: Ecological Management to Control Sal Tree Mortality by S G Ahmad Chapter 20: Estimation of Efficacy and Economics of Chemical and Bio-insecticides for Management of Shoot and Fruit Borer of Okr Printed Pages: 303. Seller Inventory # 71331

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Published by Botanical Survey of India, Kolkata (2004)

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About this Item: Botanical Survey of India, Kolkata, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Floristic studies in Darjeeling Hills/A.P. Das. 2. Phytodiversity analysis a geospatial approach/Sarnam Singh P.S. Roy M.B. Chandrashekhar D.K. Singh Surendra Singh B.P. Uniyal and P.K. Joshi. 3. Asclepiadaceae of Maharashtra/M.Y. Kamble and S.R. Yadav. 4. Floristic and vegetational analysis of Nabarangapur District of Orissa India/M. Brahmam and N.K. Dhal. 5. Wild asteraceous species of Indian Botanic Garden/A. A. Ansari and S. Panda. 6. Floristic diversity of Bundelkhand region of Uttar Pradess/B.K. Sinha and B.K. Shukla. 7. Endemic and rare plants of Chhattisgarh/K.K. Khanna Ajay Kumar Jha Anand Kumar and S.K. Murti. 8. Contribution to the embryology sporoderm and spermoderm pattern of Bothriochloa pertusa (L.) A. Camus Capillipedium filiculme (Hook.f.) Stapf and Dichanthium annulatum Forssk.) Stapf with a brief discussion on its taxonomic status/C.A. Nikhade and V.A. Ghaisas. 9. Weed flora of tea gardens of Darjeeling Terai/Chandra Ghosh Bidya D. Sharma and A.P. Das. 10. The floristic composition of Salon wetland Uttar Pradesh/B.K. Sinha and R.D. Dixit. 11. Phytodiversity in semiprotected riverbanks of Agra/V.P. Bhatnagar Anil Kumar and J.N. Srivastava. 12. Aquatic flowering plant wealth of South western Maharashtra/S.P. Gaikwad M.M. Sardesai and S.R. Yadav.13. Floristic diversity of Bandhavgarh National Park Madhya Pradesh/S.K. Srivastava. 14. Noteworthy pteridophytes from Apalchand reserve Jalpaiguri District West Bengal/N. Shimpi Shraddha and R. Suchandra Dutta. 15. Floristic composition of Singrauli Coal mines area/B.K. Shukla and G.P. Roy. 16. Preliminary studies on floristic status of some selected sacred groves from Sangameshwar Taluka District Ratnagiri Maharashtra/Suchandra Dutta. 17. Plant diversity (angiosperm) of stress sites of Sultanpur (Uttar Pradesh)/Veena Chandra. 18. Ethno medicobotanical survey in Dharwad plants used for Jaundice/S.S. Hebbar V.H. Harsha G.R. Hegde and V. Shripathi. 19. Ethnobotanical observation on tribal areas of Vidisha District Madhya Pradesh/Brajesh Sahu and T.R. Sahu. 20. Some un noticed medicinal uses of flowering plants of South western Maharashtra/V.B. Shimpale C.B. Salunkhe N.K. Dravid and S.R. Yadav. 21. Plant sources of formulated homoeopathic drugs/C. Chandrakala D. Narasimhan and C. Livingstone. 22. Correct identity of some folk medicines of South western Maharashtra/Preeti D. Mahekar and S.R. Yadav. 23. Traditional herbal remedies among the Bhilalas of West Nimar District M.P. India/S.K. Mahajan and Yogesh Garde. 24. Ethnomedicobotany of Uttara Kannada District Karnataka State/V.H. Harsha S.S. Hebbar G.R. Hegde and G. Shripathi. 25. Ethnobotanical significance of the flora of Neora Valley National Park in the District of Darjeeling West Bengal (India)/P.C. Rai and A.P. Das. 26. An ethnobotanical study of the tribals of Barwani District of Madhya Pradesh/S.K. Mahajan and B. Khare. 27. Ethno taxonomical studies of some Ayurvedic drugs/O.P. Mishra. 28. Comparative eco ethnology of two village populations in South Bankura W.B. India/Ashalata D'Rozario. 29. Some ethnomedicinal plants of Dhar District/C.M. Solanki and Veena Satya. 30. Depleting medicinal and aromatic plants of Jharkhand State/S.P. Jain and J. Singh. 31. A note on medico ethnobotany of Vijaygarh (Khargone) Madhya Pradesh/Pushpa Patel and S.K. Mahajan. 32. The ethnobotany of the gond tribe of Noradehi wildlife sanctuary Madhya Pradesh plants used in skin diseases/Gayatri Dubey. 33. Medicinal and aromatic weed diversity in botanic garden and their sustainable utilisation for conservation/P. Sahu T.R. Sahu and B.P. Nonhare. 34. Integrating ecosystem conservation and plant systematics new approaches for biodiversity conservation/A. Raizada. 35. Diversity and conservation of medicinal plant of Seshachalam Hill range of Andhra Pradesh India/N. Savithramma. 36. Biosystematic studies distribution and conservation status of Guaiacum Officinale L. in Karnataka State/K. Kotresha and K. Savitha. 37. Phyletic versu. Seller Inventory # 55923

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Arun Ranjan Mishra and Tapan Kumar Panda

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About this Item: New Bharatiya Book Corporation, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Poetic Art and Craft of Prof. P.K. Mishra here, we are privileged to felicitate Prof. Prafulla Kumar Mishra, Vice Chancellor of North Orissa University a renowned name in the field of creative writing, especially poetry in Sanskrit. In the contemporary Sanskrit writing, there are very few who have done various experiments in poetry making. Prof. Mishra is prominently one among them. After his outstanding teaching and research career of four decades in Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, at his attainment of 60 years was on 28th February 2014. Many uprising scholar in different parts of India rise upto the occasion and contacted us to write on the works of Prof. Mishra. It is heartening that the latest generation in modern Sanskrit is taking interest in the poetic art and craft of Prof. Mishra who is a prolific writer and poet with fresh shades of images, symbols and insight. His choice of them and composition of poetic sentences are unique. Refracting many undiscovered colours of the consciousness in the poetry, he has been able to activate the imaginations of modern Sanskrit world. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 115853

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