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Nilima Bhagabati and Hemlata Talesra

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ISBN 10: 8172731639 ISBN 13: 9788172731632

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About this Item: Authors Press. Condition: As New. Contents: Vol. I: Preface. Part I. Education for protecting environment: 1. Education for the survival of human race/Dinesh Chandra Baroowa. 2. Education for environmental protection: an Indian perspective/Rana Bijoy Deb. 3. Education for protecting the environment (with special reference to conservation in Laokhawa Wildlife Sanctuary)/Bandana Nabir Das and P.P. Baruah. 4. Responsibility of creating awareness of the environment through education/Nripendra Nath Talukdar. 5. Environmental education in Assam at school level: an evaluation of the present status/Kumud Ch. Goswami. 6. Environmental education/Kaberi Saha. 7. Role of technical education for protecting the environment/S. Borgohain Gogoi. 8. Education for protection the environment/Madhuri S. Isave. 9. Education for protecting the environment/Mrigakhi S. Hazarika. 10. Education for protecting environment/K.M. Pathak. II. Education for the sustainable economic development: 11. Education and the creation of human capital in a globalised economy/Nissar A. Barua. 12. Organisational climate of colleges for growth of professionalism among the agriculture, home science and veterinary students in Assam for better prospects/M.M. Bora amd K.K. Saharia. 13. Vocational education and machinery breakdown insurance-problems for India/Porag Kalita. 14. Education in developing entrepreneurial skills/Ajanta Borgohain Rajkonwar. 15. Incorporating life skills in the current education system/M. Gangotri Mehta. 16. Peer Network + Personal Computer = Supercomputer/A.K. Borah and A.P. Chown. III. Education for learning to live together: 17. Education, humanism and global community/Falguni Desai. 18. Teaching foreign languages for learning to live together/Wasef Marashdeh. 19. Education for learning to live together/Paul Devanesan. 20. Special education of children with Cerebral Palsy (Special Reference to Schools of Guwahati)/Pallabi Sarmah and Layla Zulekha Islam. IV. Education of youths for a better world: 21. Educating youths for a better world/Dipti Choudhury. 22. Educating youths morally for a better world/Sunita Agarwalla. 23. Religiosity and Mental Health of University Youth in Iran/Ali A.J. Taghi. V. Education for international understanding: 24. Education for international understanding/Shobha Sarmah. 25. Education and international understanding/B.C. Patil. 26. Education for international understanding/Bhaswati Barua Das. 27. Relevance of education for international understanding/A. Henia. VI. Value education for the survival of human race: 28. Value education through spiritual organisations/Rani Mudiar Deka. 29. Value-based education in the Upanishads/Mukta Biswas. 30. Dharma-oriented education: remedy for cultural crisis/Vibha Upadhyaya. 31. The teacher and value education/Shailja Singh. VII. Education for peace: 32. Education and peace: Swami Vivekananda/Pranita Devi. 33. Role of spiritual education in the establishment of peace/Amalend Chakraburty. 34. A paradigm of education for promoting a culture of peace/Umesh Prasad Khadenga. 35. Education for peace/Md. Abdul Mazid Mandal. 36. Education for peace/Rosemary B. Choudhury. VIII. Education for human rights: 37. Education for learning to live together: an approach to human rights and their protection/Jagat Swargiary. 38. Hegemonic world and education for human rights/Akhil Ranjan Dutta. 39. Promoting human rights: global and national efforts/Manoj Kumar. 40. Right to education and human rights education: need of the hour/Bhaskar A. Yarroju. 41. Education for human rights/Deendayal. 42. Educational need for protection, conservation and restoration of the present degraded environment for the survival of human race: an overview/Md. Azad Ali. 43. Indian constitution in the light of universal declaration of human rights/Jasprit Kaur Soni. IX. Education for promoting women empowerment: 44. Education for promoting women empowerment/M. Syamala. 45. Status and empowerment of women in educational leadership/Hemlata Talesra. 46. Education fo. Seller Inventory # 50263

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Neela Mukherjee and Rupa Das Gupta

Published by Concept, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8180691764 ISBN 13: 9788180691768

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About this Item: Concept, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Measuring social capital in joint forest management/Neela Mukherjee. 2. Participatory appraisal for improved performance of livestock/Mahesh Chander Tanmay Samajdar and Sanjay Kumar. 3. Understanding HIV/AIDS an analysis of women's voices/Meera Jayaswal Kalindi Kumari R.N. Bhagat and S.K. Sinha. 4. Enabling processes in Doon Valley watershed management/Jyotsna Sitling. 5. The story of Anandapur weavers a district Magistrate's diary/M.V. Rao. 6. Participation and human development Bagdah experience/Hari Krishna Dwivedi and S.B. Roy. 7. The Grameen Bank interactive sessions with the stakeholders/Taponeel Mukherjee and Sourav Roy. 8. PRA in livelihoods and biodiversity conservation China/Neela Mukherjee. 9. Participatory resource mapping of villages/Rupa Dasgupta Swati Lahiri R. Soni Robi Dasgupta and M.V.R.L. Murthy. 10. Upward downward mobility in well being/Debabrata Basu Durba Biswas and Rupak Goswami. 11. Participatory area selection for technological intervention/Rupa Das Gupta Swati Lahiri A.K. Jha and M.V.R.L. Murthy. 12. Innovations from the field the ownership/empowerment Chappati/Neela Mukherjee Shaista Khan and Rekha Bahuguna. Index. 159 pp. Seller Inventory # 54140

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H Pathak and S Kumar

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ISBN 10: 8123910401 ISBN 13: 9788123910406

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About this Item: CBS Pub. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. Foreword. 1. Soil and greenhouse effect/H. Pathak and S. Kumar. 2. Emission of methane from soil/H. Pathak, S. Kumar, Niveta Jain and S. Mitra. 3. Nitrous oxide emission from soil/H. Pathak, Arti Bhatia, S. Prasad and V. Sharma. 4. Carbon dioxide emission from soil/H. Pathak, Monika Rastogi, H.K. Rai and Anil Sharma. 5. Ammonia volatilization from soil/H. Pathak, Bidisha Banerjee and Sonali Mazumdar. 6. Measurement of greenhouse gas emission from soil and developing emission inventories/M.C. Jain, H. Pathak and Arti Bhatia. 7. Global warming and soil microbial activity/Anita Chaudhary, S. Puri, N. Kalra and H. Pathak. 8. Impact of climate change on Indian agriculture/A. Chatterjee, H. Pathak, U.A. Soni and N. Kalra. 9. Carbon sequestration in soil/S. Mazumdar, B. Banerjee, R. Singh and H. Pathak. 10. Mitigation of nitrous oxide emission from soil/H. Pathak, V. Sharma, Arti Bhatia and P.K. Singh. 11. International initiatives on combating global warming/Jyothi Kumari, A. Govind and H. Pathak. Glossary. Bibliography. Subject index. Author index.Global warming, caused by the increase in the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, has emerged as the most prominent global environment issue. Agricultural soils contribute substantially to the greenhouse effect primarily through the emission and consumption of greenhouse gases. For the last two decades the research efforts have been intensified on the quantitative measurement of emission of greenhouse gases from soil. As a result, very useful information has been generated which has enriched our understanding on emission of these gases from soil under various land-use types.This is the first book to examine comprehensively the processes and factors responsible for the formation and emission of these gases from soil and to take a stock of the mass of available information, summarize it and present it in a simple form to catalyze the practical application. Individual chapters are dedicated to subjects such as the processes of greenhouse effect; global warming and climate change; emission of carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and ammonia from soil; measurement techniques of greenhouse gas emissions from soil; greenhouse effect and soil biota; impact of climate change on Indian agriculture; various organizations working on global warming studies and the glossary of terms frequently used in global climate change studies. These are backed up with schematic diagrams and illustrations.With a clear and concise text this book will prove an invaluable source reference for the students in agriculture and environmental sciences, and researchers and policy-makers concerned about the 'Global Climate Change'. 156 pp. Seller Inventory # 50295

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Maya Shankar Singh

Published by Adhyayan Pub, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8184350074 ISBN 13: 9788184350074

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About this Item: Adhyayan Pub, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Key note. Preface. 1. Suggestions to meet out challenges in teacher education/K.C. Vashistha M.K. Pathak and Nimisha Lal. 2. Privatization and teacher education/Satyamvada Singh and Abha Singh. 3. Role of ICT in developing teaching competency/Rekha Singh. 4. Competency based teacher training (A current approach)/Priya Soni Khare and Kalpana Singh. 5. Competency based teacher education and responsibilities of NCTE/S.C. Bhattacharya. 6. Challenges in teacher education and minority institutions/Avis Chintamani. 7. Self finance vs. aided colleges/Ruchi Srivastava. 8. Role of NCTE/Shalini Rastogi. 9. Competency based teacher educations (abstract)/Sharad Srivastava. 10. Teacher competencies/Dharmendra Kumar Pandey and Mridula Mishra. 11. Teacher competency a critical study/Prem Prabha Singh. 12. Developing teacher competencies at secondary level teacher education/Narendra Singh. 13. Teaching competencies in emerging Indian Society/Sudhanshu Sinha. 14. Teacher competencies/Pratibha Singh. 15. Efficacy of NCTE guidelines for B.Ed face to face some issues/Brijesh Kumar Mishra and Gayatri Prasad Singh. 16. Privatisation and teacher education/Satyamvada Singh and Abha Singh. 17. Self finance verses aided college/Bhuvneshwar Sharma. 18. Virtual university prospects and concerns/Mridula Bhadaurja and Vijay Jaiswal. 19. Role of the teacher education sports sports awareness need of the day/Shardendu Srivastava. 20. Meeting challenges of teacher education through distance education. 21. Educational technology in distance T.E.P. 22. Developing technology competencies in a college of education. 23. Issues and innovations in Teacher Education (TE) through Distance Education (DE). 24. Sharing of innovative practices through teacher education for the betterment of society. 25. Meeting challenges of teacher education through sharing innovative practices. 26. Quality assurance meeting the challenges of teacher education through. 27. Meeting challenges of teacher education through quality assurance. Index. 162 pp. Seller Inventory # 62173

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M S Singh

Published by Adhyayan, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8184350279 ISBN 13: 9788184350272

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About this Item: Adhyayan, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Theme. Preface. 1. Educational accountability its concept need classification and application/V.K. Rai. 2. Inservice education as a requisite to Austain teacher's accountable abstract/Kajal Deb. 3. Teacher education its accountability/Abha Singh and Satyamvada Singh. 4. Accountability of teachers on teachers education a critical comment/Sanjay Bhartiya and Shikha Verma. 5. Ethics accountability and teaching profession/R.N. Mishra and B.K. Mishra. 6. Teacher's accountability in present day scenario/Archana Tripathi. 7. Teacher accountability/Pratibha Rai. 8. Teacher competency in the national development and social change/Avis Chintamani. 9. Teacher competency a critical study/Prem Prabha Singh. 10. Developing teacher competencies at secondary level teacher education/Narendra Singh. 11. Teacher competencies/Pratibha Singh. 12. A study of the factors related to achievement in Hindi and English Medium students/Avis Chintamani. 13. Competency based teacher educations/Sharad Srivastava. 14. Teaching competencies in emerging Indian society/Sudhanshu Sinha. 15. Competency based teacher training (A current Approach)/Priya Soni Khare and Kalpana Singh. 16. Quality improvement programmes in teacher education for 21 century/Sushil Kumar Rai and Avinash Singh. 17. Quality in B.Ed. college/P.L. Kirkire and Mahesh Bhargava S.D. Singh. 18. Professionalism and curriculum framework for teacher education/Geet Mala.19. Teacher in the global society/Ramesh Dhar Dwivedi. 20. Values of academic profession/Pratik Upadhyaya and Arpita Kumar. 21. Functions of academic staff colleges/Harish Kumar Singh. 22. Suggestions to meet out teacher education in Dilemma/K.C. Vashistha. M.K. Pathak and Nimisha Lal. 23. Self finance verses aided college/Bhuveneshwar Sharma. 24. Self finance verses aided colleges/Ruchi Srivastava. 25. Perception of a Dimension of values related to family life education by adolescents in age of globalization/Brijesh Kumar Mishra. 26. Role of National Council for teacher education/Shalini Rastogi. 27. Efficacy of NCTE guidelines for B.Ed face to face some issues/Brijesh Kumar Mishra and Gayatri Prasad Singh. 28. Role of the teacher education sports sports awareness need of the day/Shardendu Srivastava. 29. Developing technology competencies in a college of education/M.S. Singh. 30. Role of ICT in developing teaching competency/Rekha Singh. Index. Before the start of 21 century rapid charge came over in all sphere of life. Such as personal social economical political and education also. When we think about the rapid charges in education we feel some confusion or feel a situation of dilemma. Therefore we last fully accept aided or self financing college or semi aided and so on. Mostly the situation of teacher education is on the Dilemma. Therefore we feel to discuss about this condition. So that we organised a National Seminar on Teacher Education in Dilemma dated 12 13 Nov. 2005 at Prayag Mahila Mahavidyalaya Allahabad. The past one decade has seen an unprecedented accumulation of knowledge concerning quality impact in teachers education. Unfortunately the very mass of the information explosion has created problems for those concerned with disseminating the material. School college and university course initially structured to meet the growing demand for quality impact awareness has become and uphill struggle for teachers and students alike. This is the era of globalization. There is a move towards flexible specialization. Things that men/women desire like and prefer are values provided should be desirable. The range of desire like and preferences may be limited or unlimited. 148 pp. Seller Inventory # 63176

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M S Shaktawat; Mohan Singh; N C Aery; B N Swami and M K Katewa

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ISBN 10: 8179060624 ISBN 13: 9788179060629

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About this Item: Himanshu Pub. Condition: As New. Contents: Phosphocompost use for increasing crops yield under different agro ecological zones/Mohan Singh. 2. Studies on the use of high grade rock phosphate as a direct P fertilizer in neutral and weakly alkaline soils/N.C. Aery D.M.R. Sekhar D.K. Rana and K.A. Sangeet. 3. Rock phosphate applied alongwith acidulants under soybean mustard cropping system in alkaline soils/M.S. Shaktawat D.D. Sharma and Y.K. Mehta. 4. Evaluation of value added rice straw manure prepared from rock phosphate and rice straw in relation to nitrogen and phosphorus substitution in rice wheat system/V. Beri B.S. Sidhu and O.P. Rupela. 5. Production of Phosphorus Rich Organic Manure (PROM) from press mud and distillery waste/U.V.S. Rana. 6. Evaluation of agronomic effectiveness of high grade phosphate rock (PR 34/74) as P fertilizer for FCV tobacco in rainfed alfisols of Prakasam District in Andhra Pradesh/R. Sreenivasulu P.R.S. Reddy and J.A.V. Prasada Rao. 7. Studies on the use of high grade rock phosphate as direct fertilizer along with integrated plant nutrient system (IPNS) components/K.M. Ratna Sree M.R. Paul Satyakeerthi and P.M. Vasantha Kumari. 8. Studies on utilization of composted high grade rock phosphate in groundnut crop grown on loamy sand soils/Mukul Rani Masih Chandra Deo and D.K. Pareek. 9. Agronomic evaluation of phosphate rock (34/74) in soybean production/G. Pushpa Kavitha and R. Veeraraghavaiah. 10. Efficiency of phosphate concentrate (34/74) and super phosphate at two levels on yield characters of rice in the neutral to alkaline soils of Chittoor Palaghat Kerala/C. Sundaresan Nair Rajasree and Bindumol. 11. Beneficial use of phosphate rock as source of phosphorus in soils/Mohan Singh S.L. Namdev and K.K. Kapoor. 12. Studies on the agronomic effectiveness of PROM in weakly alkaline soils/N.C. Aery D.K. Rana K.A. Sangeet and D.M.R. Sekhar. 13. Utilization of phosphate rich organic manure under soybean mustard cropping system in alkaline calcareous soils/D.D. Sharma M.S. Shaktawat and Y.K. Mehta. 14. Studies on utilization of high grade rock phosphate in wheat crop grown on loamy sand soil/D.K. Pareek Mukul Rani Masih and Chandra Deo. 15. Production of Simbhaoli PROM from press mud and spent wash and its agronomic evaluation as a substitute of DAP in rice crop/Abhishek Kuldip Singh and U.V.S. Rana. 16. Studies on the direct use of high grade rock phosphate along with farm yard manure and phosphate solubilizing bacteria on the growth and productivity of cowpea/Pratibha Soni and A.C. Aery. 17. Effect of high grade phosphate rock and phosphorus amended with phosphate solubilizer and vermicompost on yield protein content and P uptake in chickpea grown on loamy sand soil/Chandra Deo M.L. Kothari and M.R. Masih. 18. Effect of value added Karanj cake based PROM DAP SSP and organics on soybean in alkalines soils/D.D. Sharma Vandeep Ameta and M.S. Shaktawat. 19. Agronomic effectiveness of high grade rock phosphate with organic sources and phosphate solubilizing bacteria on wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)/Pratibha Soni and N.C. Aery. 20. Bio organic influence of high grade phosphate rock (34/74) in barley crop grown in semi arid eastern plains of Rajasthan/D.K. Pareek R.B. Khandelwal and M.R. Masih. 21. Studies on availability and response of high grade rock phosphate using acidulation with distillery waste/S.C. Bhandari and U.S. Rawat. 22. Industrial production of phosphate rich organic manure/D.M.R. Sekhar and M.K. Katewa. Application of phosphate fertilizer has been an important factor for improved crop productivity in India leading to Green Revolution. Phosphate Rich Organic Manure (PROM) a value added product produced by co composting different organic wastes with high grade rock phosphate in fine size has become a useful and effective alternative to costly chemical fertilizers. The present volume is a compilation of researchers carried out on different aspects of PROM during the last couple of years in different agroclimatic conditions on. Seller Inventory # 50703

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Debabrata Mandal; Tilak Bagchi and Lok Nath Soni

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ISBN 10: 8176252611 ISBN 13: 9788176252614

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About this Item: Sarup. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. I. Snake-cults and snake-charmers: 1. Relevance of Manasa in the origin and development of snake-cult in India/Tushar Kanti Niyogi. 2. The snake in art, lore and legend/Tilak Bagchi. 3. The Savara: snake-charmers of Bengal/H.M. Roy. 4. The Sapera of Rajasthan: an appraisal of snakes and snake-charmers/Lok Nath Soni. II. Education and socialisation: 5. Awareness of education among the tribals in a Bengal village/A.K. Haldar and Nabakumar Duary. 6. Educational system and the tribals: a rethinking/Amit Soni and Lok Nath Soni. 7. Education among the Kheria of West Bengal/Nabakumar Duary. 8. Child rearing practices among the Baite of Manipur/M. Arbindo Singh, Tilak Bagchi and Sakhitombi Devi. III. Tribal studies and development: 9. A unique marriage custom of a sub- Himalayan tribe/Debarata Mandal and Santa Mukherjee. 10. Life and culture of the bhil of Malwa/Debarata Mandal. 11. Problems and issue of tribal development/M. Sankara Reddy. 12. Customary law and cultural synthesis: a case of the Santal of Birbhum/Amit Soni. 13. Ethnicity and inter-tribal relation in the hills of Manipur: insider's perspective/Tilak Bagchi and K.Jonathan. IV. Primitive tribes: 14. Birhor in changing economy: an observation from Hazaribagh/Pratibha Kumari. 15. Social and economic scenario of a primitive tribe in Madhya Pradesh/Debarata Mandal. 16. The Savara of eastern ghats/Majji Sankara Reddy. V. Some issues in anthropology: 17. Prospect of tourism in tribal areas: an anthropo- museological model/Tilak Bagchi and Debarata Mandal. 18. Problem of drug 264 pp. Seller Inventory # 43486

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M L Sondhi and K G Tyagi

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ISBN 10: 8170491304 ISBN 13: 9788170491309

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About this Item: Manas. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Introduction. I. Information technology and higher education: 1. Indian higher education : transforming traditions of teaching and learning for the new information order/A. Sukumaran Nair. 2. Knowledge management : generalisation to specilisation of social science information Databases/M. M. Koganurmath, Mallikarjun Angadi, C.V. Hiremath & Anand Bandi. 3. Implications of new information and cosmmunication technologies on science and scholarship in the developing world/Subbiah Arunachalam. 4. Information gateway of social sciences/Om Kumari Choudhry. 5. Internet resources : trends in content development and organization/A. Neelameghan. 6. Knowledge sharing in digital information environment: an action plan for establishing a digital library/E. Rama Reddy. 7. Impact of information and communication technology on society: a vision/Sudhir K. Samantaray. 8. Education management information system for the Universities of 21 century in India/P.B. Sharma, S.K. Soni and Ajit Dixit. 9. The new Mantra of the new information order : knowledge management/Nalin K. Shastree. 10. Evolution of conflict-views of the future role of the information infrastructure in conflict in 2010/Neil Fisher. 11. Acquisition, access and creation of electronic resources : proposed working model for India/ Jagdish Arora and Usha Mujoo-Munshi. 12. Information technology education for societies in the new Millennium/Ashikho Henia. 13. Value of knowledge and information for the less developed/R.K. Rana and R.K. Sudan. 14. Sustainable and equitable development through science and technology: the 432 pp. Seller Inventory # 34217

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McCarthy, J. M. (ed.)

ISBN 10: 0262631059 ISBN 13: 9780262631051

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About this Item: Cambridge, MA:. The MIT Press, 1987. Paperback. 211 pp.- The theory and methodology of design of general-purpose machines that may be controlled by a computer to perform all the tasks of a set of special-purpose machines is the focus of modern machine design research. These seventeen contributions chronicle recent activity in the analysis and design of robot manipulators that are the prototype of these general-purpose machines. They focus particularly on kinematics, the geometry of rigid-body motion, which is an integral part of machine design theory.The challenges to kinematics researchers presented by general-purpose machines such as the manipulator are leading to new perspectives in the design and control of simpler machines with two, three, and more degrees of freedom. Researchers are rethinking the uses of gear trains, planar mechanisms, adjustable mechanisms, and computer controlled actuators in the design of modern machines.J. M. McCarthy is Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, with a secondary appointment in the Computer and Information Sciences Department, University of Pennsylvania. Kinematics of Robot Manipulators appeared as a special issue of the International Journal of Robotics Research. Contributors : Atul Bajpai, V. Parenti Castelli, Raymond J. Cipra, Arthur G. Erdman, E. F. Fichter, Ferdinand Freudenstein, K. C. Gupta, C. Innocenti, A. Kumar, Z. C. Lai, David J. LeBlanc, Chih-Chung Daniel Lin, F. L. Litvin, J. M. McCarthy, G. Naganathan, Theodore W. Nye, Mayank S. Patel, B. Paul, Richard P. Paul, G. R. Pennock, Donald R. Riley, J. Rosa, Bernard Roth, George N. Sandor, A. H. Soni, M. M. Stanisic, Thomas Thompson, M. J. Tsai, R. Vijaykumar, K. J. Waldron, Tzu-Chen Weng, Yongxian Xu, D. C. H. Yang, Zhang Yi, Hong Zhang. English text. Condition : as new. Condition : als nieuw. ISBN 9780262631051 KEYWORDS: computer studies Robots. Seller Inventory # 258413

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Aguttes ¿ Drouot, Paris, Sale title ¿ Tableaux Russes, Impressionnistes et Modernes, Art Contemporain, Orientalists, Ecole Turque, Tableaux du XIXe Siecle, Date ¿ 25th June 2008, No. of lots - 316, No. of pages - 314, Illustrated in colour, INDEX LDINE M RC GONCH ROV N T LI SERGEEVN PIC BI FR NCIS LI RIZ HOC GR U S L EMILIO PISS RRO C MILLE LTM NN LEX NDRE GRICHENKO LEXIS PISS RRO P UL EMILE N ST SI UGUSTE P UL CH RLES GRIGORIEV BORIS PL NSON NDRE PPI N DOLPHE GUILL UMIN RM ND POGED IEFF GEORGES DE RKHIPOV BR M EFIMOVITCH POKHITONOV IV N P VLOVICH T MI N CH RLES G R BED H NT I SIMON POLENOV V SILI DIMITREVICH H RL MOFF LEXEI LEXEIEVITCH POLI KOFF NICOL S B R NOFF ROSSINE VL DIMIR H YDEN HENRI POLI KOFF SERGE B RKER CLIVE HELLER B K PONTOY HENRI JE N B Z NIEV HELLEU P UL CES R PRIEUR B RDIN FR NGOIS LEON BELENOK PIOTR HEUSSER H RRY PUY JE N BERM N LEONID HOETERICKX EMILE BERN RD EMILE HOR CIO R DIMSKY V CL V BILLOTEY LOUIS R FF ELLI JE N FR NCOIS BOG EVSKY KONST NTIN FEDOROVICH I COVLEFF LEX NDRE R Z S YED H IDER BOGGS FR NK INGHIMBERTY JOSEPH RIVER DIEGO BONDOUX JULES GEORGES IOMMI ENIO RIVERS L RRY BOUCHENE DIMITRI IS BEY LOUIS G BRIEL EUGENE ROCHEGROSSE GEORGES NTOINE BOUDIN EUGENE IS ILOFF LEX NDRE ROC KLINE VER BOUV RD NTOINE IV NOVSKIJ IV N RODO PISS RRO LUDOVIC BOUYSSOUS J CQUES ROSIER MEdEE BRIDGM N FREDERICK RTHUR K F NOV V SILY ROSS NO FEDERIGO BROWN JOHN LEWIS K LININE VI TCHESL V ROTELL MIMMO K NDINSKY W SSILY ROUBTZOFF LEX NDRE C B T LOUIS K RS GEORGES C LDER LEX NDRE KHMELUK V SSYL S FI IBR HIM C LDERON CH RLES CLEMENT KIKOINE MICHEL S MB CHERI C OMIN XIE KIMUR CHUT S NDORFI E C UVY LEON KLEISS HERZIG YVONNE SEREBRI KOV ZIN D C V LLO CONTE EMILI NO Dl KLIUN IV N SEREBRY KOF LEX NDRE CH LI PIN BORIS KOG N NIN SEROV V LENTIN LEX NDROVITCH CH POV LYOUL KOROVINE CONST NTIN LEXEIEVITCH SHEVCHENKO LEKS NDR V SILIEVICH CHINTREUIL NTOINE KOSICE GYUL SIEFERT P UL CHITOVSKY LEV KRITSCHOV T LIPEEW K SKL VOS YER SSIMOS CHM ROFF P VEL KRYKOFF BORIS SMITH FR NCIS CHRISTO KRYMOV NICOL S SOFRONOV NTONIN FEDROVN CL IRIN GEORGES JULES VICTOR KUPER YURI SOUVERBIE JE N CL VE NTONI KUSTODIEV BORIS MIKH ILOVICH STERLING M RC COUBINE OTHON STOILOFF DOLPHE CONST NTIN B UMG NTNER CUR TELL M NES P BLO L MBINET EMILE CH RLES SURV GE LEOPOLD L NSKOY NDRE D B DIE HENRI L PCHINE GEORGES T BENKIN ILY D R GNES JE N G BRIEL L URENS JULES JOSEPH UGUSTIN T L CO T PIERRE DEG S EDG R M RII I NOUX DRIEN HENRI DEL UN Y SONI bis LEMPICK T M R DE TERECHKOVITCH CONST NTIN DELV UX P UL LEVIT N IS K LLTCH THOM S FELIX DER IN NDRE LEVY DHURMER LUCIEN THOMSON ORTIZ M NUEL DESPL T P BLO LHOTE NDRE TIMKOV NIKOL I EFIMOVICH DJ GOUPOV M RI M RKOVN LIPZITCH J CQUES TRUCHET BEL DOBUZINSKI MSTISL V LURCZINSKI MIECZYSL V TUR N SELIM DOMERGUE JE N G BRIEL TURZH NSKY LEON RD VIKTOROVICH DORREE EMILE M LI VIN PHILIP NDREEVICH DUFY R OUL M NE K TZ UTRILLO M URICE M TISSE HENRI ENJOLR S DELPHIN MERID C RLOS V LT T LOUIS ERNST M X MI SOYEDOV GRIGORI GRIGORIEVICH V N DONGEN KEES ERTE ROM IN DE TIRTOFF MICH UX HENRY V N HOVE EDMOND THEODOR ESTEVE M URICE MICHELET G V SSILIEFF M RIE EXTER LEX NDR MIRO JO N VERDILH N LOUIS M THIEU MONTEZIN PIERRE EUGENE VILLON J CQUES FECHIN NICOL l MORISOT BERTHE VOLTI NTONIUCCI FER T SERGE MULLER E P FERR NDO UGUSTIN MUTZNER S MUEL W RHOL NDY FIG RI PEDRO NEJ D MEHMED MILI DEVRIM FILOSINI C XI OG NG ZH NG FOUJIT TSUGUH RU LEON RD O'HIGGINS P BLO FRIESEKE FREDERICK C RL ORLOFF LEX NDRE YOUREVITCH SERGE FRIESZ EMILE OTHON P ILES IS C Z BOROV BORIS G L NIS DEMETRIUS EMM NUEL P LIZZI FILIPPO Z CK LEON G LL FR NCOIS P STOUKHOFF BORIS ZILLER LEOPOLD G RDIER R OUL DU P VIL ELIE N TOLE ZVEREV N TOLE GERNEZ P UL tUE PESKE JE N MISCESL S ZVORYKIN BORIS V SILEVICH Weight: 1656g. Seller Inventory # 16882

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Sawalia Bihari Verma

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About this Item: Aavishkar Pub. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Rural development in India : a review/P. Narasimha Rao and R. Venkata Rao. 2. Rural development in the new millennium/Lalit Kumar Tyagi and Rajesh Kumar. 3. Rural development : social sensibilities/ Navin Chandra Joshi. 4. Poverty alleviation projects : design and implementation/Pitabasa Sahoo. 5. Credit based poverty alleviation : innovative approach/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 6. Rural credit system : need for restructuring/A.R. Patel. 7. Rural development and tribal aspirations in Tripura/K.S. Subramanian. 8. Rural transformation : the Gandhian prescription/L.P. Singh. 9. Rural development : Gandhian view/Sawalia Bihari Verma and Rajendra Singh. 10. Rural development through cooperatives/Sawalia Bihari Verma and M.L. Soni. 11. Decentralized planning for rural development/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 12. Decentralized approach to rural development/Anil P. Joshi. 13. Credit flow to agriculture : sustaining rural sector/C.M. Choudhary. 14. NGOs in micro financing : partners in rural development/Laxmi R. Kulshrestha and Archana Gupta. 15. New directions to rural development programmes/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 16. New approaches for rural development/Madhab Adhikari and G.S. Momi. 17. A new approach to rural development/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 18. Agricultural extension for rural development : issues and challenges/ Shantanu Kumar and Uma Sah. 19. Cooperation as an instrument of rural development/Katar Singh. 20. Contract farming for rural development/Shiv Kumar Gupta. 21. People's participation in rural development/Sawalia 380 pp. Seller Inventory # 45119

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Syam Mohan Dwivedi and Hridya Narayan Mishra

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

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Hemlata Talesra; Vishwas Mehta and Indu Kothari

Published by Authorspress, Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8172732821 ISBN 13: 9788172732820

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About this Item: Authorspress, Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. My story of the city within a city/Arvind Singh Mewar. 2. Tourism of the people by the people for the people/Meenakshi Hooja. 3. Essence of cultural tourism management in India/Vishwas Mehta. 4. Cultural heritage and educational initiatives/Kripal T. Singh. 5. Sustenance of cultural heritage through initiative by educational institutions an example of the department of Home Management/Veena Gandotra and Maneesha Shukul. 6. Challenges and threats to our cultural heritage and educational initiatives/Reshma Julka and Ummed Singh. 7. Interplay of cultural heritage and educational initiatives/Wasef Marashdeh. 8. How to enrich our heritage/A.P. Sharma. 9. Role of state institutions in attacking poverty lessons and experiences of South Asian Nations/Hazen Al Khaled. 10. Libraries as repositories of Indian cultural heritage/Krishan Gopal. 11. Institutions initiatives in protection and maintenance of heritage/Vinod Kakkar. 12. Challenges to monuments and educational initiatives/Yashvir Singh and M.K. Jain. 13. The processes and methods of enriching folk culture and its heritage/Laxman U. Vadher. 14. Cultural heritage and educational initiatives/K.S. Vijayalakshmi. 15. Educational initiatives as a passage to cultural heritage in third millennium/Chondekar Nalini Ramchandra and Sonkamble Chetna Prahlad. 16. Cultural and behavioural perspective in imparting nutrition education to rural women/Pratibha Tewari Nidhi Shekhawat and Sanju Choudhary. 17. Mass media and strengthening national integration and peace a cultural heritage premise/Mangi Lal Nagda. 18. Role of family in inculcating cultural heritage in children/Maneesha Shukal Sarjoo Patel and Neerja Jaiswal. 19. Religion spirituality cultural heritage and world peace/A.H. Khan. 20. Changing scenario of technological advancement/Ashok Bhatnagar. 21. Educational initiation to apprise cultural heritage experimental report/Satya K. Sharma. 22. The journey of Batik/Abdul Majeed. 23. Educational initiatives/Mustufa Khan. 24. Udaipur a scintillating white wonder/Dolly Mogra. 25. Indian Traditional Batik/Rashida Banu. 26. Baijnath epitome of cultural heritage and ancient wisdom/Uma Shanker Sharma. 27. Let's know our village Mandropur and the people/Ajitsinh P. Rana and Meena I. Rajput. 28. Education for community betterment a multidimensional approach/Jasprit Kaur Soni. Index. Education and culture appear to be two different domains but they are inextricably interlined. The influence of one on another is so deep that the growth of each of these domains cannot be considered in isolation. In the history of mankind different cultures have evolved and many of them have vanished. Each culture is the net result of a continuous flow of environmental sociological geographical and many other factors influencing the existence and functioning of the society. A culture which is open to new dimensions ideas lifestyles value systems emerging in the contemporary world can survive for a long period. In fact readiness to gradually change develop and accommodate is the breath of a culture. At present mankind is facing many problems. It is our prime duty to make this world a better world than what we received from our ancestors in the context of enrichment of any culture. Keeping this in mind an effort has been made to bring various thoughts on the issue in the form of a book. This book includes papers presented at the International Conference on Cultural Heritage and Educational Initiative organised by Rajasthan Council of Educational Administration and Management (RCEAM) affiliated to Commonwealth Council of Educational Administration and Management (CCEAM) and West Zone Cultural Centre (WZCC) and the International Conference Cultural Heritage and Eco Tourism organised by RCEAM and Commonwealth of learning Gujarat State. 242 pp. Seller Inventory # 58476

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Adluri Subramanyam Raju

Published by Kalpaz, Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8178355442 ISBN 13: 9788178355443

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About this Item: Kalpaz, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Acknowledgements. Introduction/A. Subramanyam Raju. I. Historical interface between India and Sri Lanka 1. India and Sri Lanka the Buddhist connection/J. Kedareswari. II. Indo Sri Lanka political relations 2. Glimpses of Indo Sri Lankan relations/Nirupama Rao. 3. India's policy of non intervention in Sri Lanka/P. Sahadevan. III. Ethnic repatriates and refugee issues in Indo Sri Lanka relations 4. Ethnic crisis in Sri Lanka a peaceful solution/S.J.S. Chhatwal. 5. A Cinderella community in transition the Indian origin Tamils of Sri Lanka/P.P. Devaraj. 6. Integration and assimilation of Sri Lankan repatriates in Tamil Nadu/V. Suryanarayan. 7. Facilitating the return of Sri Lankan refugees in India/S.H. Hasbullah. IV. Maritime cooperation between India and Sri Lanka 8. Role of maritime forces in disaster management/R.S. Vasan. 9. India and Sri Lanka assessing maritime security relationship/Vijay Sakhuja. 10. Maritime issues between India and Sri Lanka/A. Subramanyam Raju. V. Indo Sri Lankan economic relations 11. India and Sri Lanka from political fissures to economic bridges/Manoj Soni. 12. Strategic marketing formulation for the domestic manufacturers through the operation of regional cooperation in the context of globalisation/K. Ishaq. 13. Indo Sri Lanka free trade agreement can trade agreement among unequal partners work/Indra Nath Mukherji. 14. Free trade agreement between India and Sri Lanka the way forward/M. Ganeshamoorthy. 15. Ground level problems encountered in importing Sri Lankan goods into India under the FTA/Somindra Kishen Hazari. VI. Indo Sri Lankan partnership 16. The why and the how of India Sri Lanka partnership/Sathiya Moorthy. 17. Indo Sri Lanka cooperation in education/Santsilan Kadirgamar. 18. Sustaining tourism through cultural cooperation/G.S. Rao and Shailesh Sikha. Appendices. Bibliography. Index. India and Sri Lanka are geographically contiguous and culturally close. The island state of Sri Lanka is barely thirty kilometers away from India's southern coastal tip. People of these two countries share many similarities in terms of dress food habits manners customs and ways of life. In spite India sharing border with all its neighbouring countries in South Asia its relationship with Sri Lanka has been relatively more cordial than with other countries in the region. In addition to their cordial relationship there is misunderstanding and mistrust between the two resulted in many ups and downs in their mutual relationship. The issue of Tamils of Indian origin and maritime issues between the two countries created turbulence. The civil war of 1983 further aggravated the situation. Half of India's investment in South Asian region is invested in Sri Lanka and as such the island state has emerged as a close economic partner of India. Both the countries realize that restrictions on trade between the two are detrimental to their economic growth and prosperity. There is a greater potential for enhancing and institutionalizing bilateral economic cooperation in the exploration and exploitation of sea resources in the Indian Ocean waters. Neither country can ignore the security of the other. Sri Lanka cannot ignore the problems of Tamil Nadu when its talks about its relationship with India. Similarly India cannot ignore the internal problems of Sri Lanka when it seeks to improve its relations with the latter. The volume probes into various into mechanisms and strategies with a view to shaping better future for both the countries. The papers provide a perspective in debating the emerging issues of greater concern to India and Sri Lanka in the dynamic world of the 21st century. 346 pp. Seller Inventory # 63484

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Edited by A K Roy

Published by Scientific (2007)

ISBN 10: 8172334710 ISBN 13: 9788172334710

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About this Item: Scientific, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. Contributors. 1. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) as biofertilizers: an appraisal on retrospect and prospect/S. Choudhury. 2. Role of rhizosphere microorganisms in sustainable crop production/B.D. Kaushik. 3. Dynamics of the Rhizosphere population/Rajni Gupta and K.G. Mukerji. 4. Microorganisms in conservation and diversification of forest plant biodiversity/Jamaluddin. 5. Potentials of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhiza and rhizosphere microflora in tea plantation of North East India/P. Dutta, S.R. Sarmah, Ivy Phukan, A. Tanti, R. Begum, R. Phukan, Debnath and Barthakur. 6. Mycorrhizal dependency of Proso Millet (Panicum miliaceum) in the soil of rainfed area/A.K. Roy and Rashmi. 7. Induction of systemic resistance in tea plants against root rot pathogen upon field application of VAM, Phosphate solubilising fungus and bacterium/B.N. Chakraborty , U. Chakraborty, B.C. Barman, L.P. Bhutia and P.K. Ghosh. 8. Diversity of rhizosphere AM fungi in pre-and post reclaimed OBD of coal mines - A case study of Rajmahal coal field, Lalmatia/A.K. Roy, A.N. Singh and A. Arshi. 9. Native Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) from wheat crop fields (Sagar, M.P.): Seasonal variation of fungal spore density/Deepak Vyas, O.P. Dwivedi, Archana Dube, Anuradha Soni, Prashant Soni and M.K. Mishra. 10. Cultural characterization and optimization of the fermentation conditions for thermophilic amylase producer Bacillus S-8/Raj Narayan Roy and Sukanta Kumar Sen. 11. Rhizosphere of Nickel hyperaccumulating plants: A niche for nickel-resistant bacteria/Arundhati Pal and A.K. Paul. 12. Plant growth promoting activity of Serratia marcescens isolated from tea rhizosphere and its application for induction of resistance against Fomes lamaoensis/U. Chakraborty, B.N. Chakraborty, M. Basnet and D. Deb. 13. Biopesticides - It's need and future/J.K. Johri. 14. Multiple application of Rhizobium as nitrogen fixer, pesticides degradant and biocontrol agent of groundnut diseases/L.V. Gangawane and A.B. Ade. 15. Nitrogen fixation in various microorganisms with special reference to Frankia/M.K. Ghosh, S. Sur and A. Sen. 16. Incidence of fungal diseases on onion and garlic bulbs from Marathwada region/N.M. Ghangaonkar and D.S. Mukadam. 17. Mycological diversity in some commonly cultivated maize varieties in relation to aflatoxin elaboration/K.K. Sinha, M.K. Roy and R. Batsa. 18. Rhizosphere AM fungi of some rare medicinal plants/A.K. Roy, A.N. Singh and N.K. Gautam. Seller Inventory # 65936

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M P Poonia and S K Mehla

Published by Pointer, Jaipur (2008)

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About this Item: Pointer, Jaipur, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Effect of variation of injection pressure on performance and exhaust emission of C.I. Engine using biodiesel/M.S. Deshmukh D.S. Deshmukh and K.M. Nayak. 2. Combustion enrichment and emission reduction of biodiesel using exhaust gas recirculation and fuel conditioning/P. Govindasamy and S. Dhandapani. 3. Effect of air preheating influence on performance and emission characteristics of DI diesel engine using Jatropha curcas as fuel/R. Udayakumar M. Mohamed Musthafa and R. Murugan. 4. Performance and emission characteristics of Ricardo variable compression engine using three degummed non edible vegetable oils Jatropha Karanja and Putranjiba/S.K. Haldar B.B. Ghose and A. Nag. 5. Performance and emission characteristics of a single cylinder diesel engine fuelled with coconut oil and its blend/S. Saravanan S. Ramakrishnan V. Anandram G. Lakshmi Narayana Rao and S. Sampath. 6. Performance and evaluation of Pongamia (Karanj) oil as an alternative fuel for surface transportation/Satish K. Bhele and Ajay V. Kolhe. 7. Experimental analysis of diesel engine with Karanji seed (Pongamia glabra) oil diesel blend/R.S. Shinde S.S. Goilkar and D.S. Patil. 8. Comparative performance and emission characteristics study of a direct injection CI engine fuelled with diesel vegetable oil blends/P. Manikalithas D. Valavan and M. Udayakumar. 9. Comparison of combustion emission and performance characteristics of DI diesel engine fuelled with Pungam methyl ester and diesel/G. Lakshmi Narayana Rao Saikishan S. Vijay Manikandan J. S. Sampath and K. Rajagopal. 10. Emission testing of diesel engine on B20 biodiesel blend as per EMA durability test/Nitin Talokar and Y.C. Bhatt. 11. Performance evaluation of biodiesel engine and exhaust emission aspects/G.N. Vajani R.L. Dharamshi B.V. Chauhan V.Y. Shah D.M. Panchal and Alpana Mahapatra. 12. A comparison study of biodiesel prepared from two major tree borne seed oils engine performance and emissions in a direct injection diesel engine/Sukumar Puhan N. Vedaraman B.V. Ramabrahaman and G. Nagarajan. 13. Environmental effects of biodiesel exhaust emission/Sushil Kumar Saraswat. 14. Experimental investigation on performance and emission characteristics of Straight Vegetable Oil (SVO) fuels for CI engine/Dilip R. Pangavhane Prashant B. Nehe and Ram A. Thakar. 15. Comparative study of important properties of different Straight Vegetable Oils (SVOs) and diesel/Mohd. Yunus Khan and Shalabh Mathur. 16. Environment friendly vegetable oils as fuels for C.I. Engines a critical review/C.P. Sigar M.P. Poonia S.L. Soni and D. Sharma. 17. Experimental investigations on a four stroke single cylinder diesel engine with esterified Mahua Oil/G.V.N.S.R. Ratnakara Rao and V. Ramachandra Raju. 18. Biodiesel acting as an excellent alternative fuel and its performance on diesel engine/J. Bhagwan Reddy M. Kranthi Kumar K. Vishwas and M. Maleswara. 19. NOX and particulate emission studies for overload condition of a CI Engine fuelled by Vegetable Oil Ester/Sudesh Bekal and T.P. Ashok Babu. 20. An experimental investigation on Mahua oil (Madhuaca indica oil) Methyl ester as a renewable fuel for DI diesel engine system/K. Anandavelu V. Ilangovan R. Senthil and C.G. Saravanan. 21. High temperature air/steam gasification of biomass and waste/J. Bhagawan Reddy P. Vinod Kumar M.R. Prahast and A.V.K. Pranavi. 22. Using unmodified vegetable oils as a diesel fuel extender/Chitranjan Naveen Jain P.C. Bafna and Jai Kumar Maherchandani. 23. Prediction of gaseous emissions from cofiring of coal and biomass blends/K.V. Narayanan and E. Natarajan. 24. Establishing auto gasification of coir pith using thermogravimetric analysis/I. Neethimanikam V. Kirubakaran V. Sivaramakrishnan M. Premalatha and P. Subramanian. Basically internal combustion engines or C.I. engine are designed to operate under conventional fossil fuels such as gasoline diesel LPG etc. However owing to rapid depletion escalating prices and environmental pollution rese. Seller Inventory # 71885

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B S Bibhuti

Published by Academic Excellence, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8189901486 ISBN 13: 9788189901486

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About this Item: Academic Excellence, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Acknowledgements. Preface. 1. Reinventing Gandhi's Satyagraha/N. Radhakrishnan. 2. Satyagraha restoring the divine in politics/Niraj Kumar Jha. 3. Gandhian Satyagrahi the crusader against human ills/Johani Xaxa and B.K. Mahakul. 4. Concept and basis of Satyagraha/P.B. Rathod and Devidas Rathod. 5. The relevance of the Gandhian concept of Satyagraha/Bela Bhanot. 6. Facets and relevance of Satyagraha/P.B. Rathod Suryakant S. Sonnad. 7. Gandhi and social revolution Satyagrah as a strategy/Saroj Kumar Patnaik. 8. Satyagraha an introspection of social justice/Jasprit Kaur Soni. 9. Satyagraha and human rights/Subhash Chandra Roy. 10. Non violent struggles in Uttarakhand/Sunderlal Bahuguna. 11. The role of Mahatma Gandhi in the Vaikkom and Guruvayoor temple entry Satyagraha Movement/T. Natarajan. 12. Gandhian experiment of salt Satyagraha in the Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh/K. Sreeranjani Subba Rao. 13. Gandhian peace movements in India/B.L. Saini and Narendara Nath. 14. M.K. Gandhi an icon for a world of peace and nonviolence/Alpana Pareek and Mahesh Gaur. 15. Hind Swaraj an apocalyptic search for a possible politics of open future/Ashwani Kumar. 16. Gandhigiri Satyagraha revisited/B.S. Bibhuti. Index. According to Mahatma Gandhi the word Satyagraha means strict adherence to truth absolute non cooperation with evil love for the opponent and readiness to suffer willingly. It is a non violent opposition for the sake of truth and virtues. On the one side it is the force born out of truth and on other it is love for non violence. A Satyagrahi must have the courage to fight all injustices with a firm faith in non violence and love for the opponent. It can only be practiced by the brave and not by the cowards. Satyagraha is non violent method of opposition it should be practiced not only by the individuals but also by the societies and nations because it is the only way through which we can establish harmony and peace among the nations. And so Satyagraha has its relevance even today. 216 pp. Seller Inventory # 71003

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Satish Kumar Mehla

Published by Pointer (2007)

ISBN 10: 8171325173 ISBN 13: 9788171325177

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About this Item: Pointer, 2007. Contents A Preface B Contributors 1 Characterization of Vegetable Oils for Biodiesel Production Preliminary ResultsCN Anyanwu IS Eze OU Oparaku G Braccio and VK Sharma 2 Bio-Fuel as a Potential Energy Source Overview and Development PerspectivesG Braccio and VK Sharma 3 Predicting the Rate-equation for Biodiesel Production ReactionAK Gupta and SVAR Sastry 4 Purification Immobilization and Application of a Pseudomonas Lipase for Transesterification of LipidSushovan Chatterjee Lepakshi Barbora Adepu Kiran Kumar Papori Goswami Narendra Nath Dutta and Pranab Goswami 5 Production and Performance Analysis of Biodiesel Produced from Waste Vegetable Oil Obtained from Hotels and RestaurantsDilip Sharma Shyam Lai Soni and CP Sigar 6 Oil Production and RefinementAmol V Kulkarni Shailesh S Kejbhat and Prasad M Kulkarni 7 An Artificial Intelligent System for Regeneration of Biodiesel Particulate TrapsBipin B Shrivastava and Tilottama R Nair 8 Kinetic Studies for Preparation and Characterization of Mahua Oil Methyl EsterSK Padhi and RK Singh 9 Biodiesel from AlgaeJ Bhagwan Reddy K Nagaraju M Dileep Kumar and K Kishore 10 Production of Biomass Oil Using Vacuum Pyrolysis Technique From Waste Orange PeelK Purushothaman and G Nagarajan 11 Mechanized Processing Technology for Production of Biodiesel from Jatropha SeedsDC Joshi RF Sutar MR Parmar and SN Singh 12 Synthesis Analysis and Modeling of Bio-fuels for Optimum Energy GenerationRatnadip R Joshi 13 Tapioca-Renewable Energy Source of Bio-fuel for IndiaM Premalatha P Subramanian S Shanmuga Priya P Vadivukkarasi V Kirubakaran 14 Preparation and Characterization of Biodiesel from Jatropha curcusPreeti Jain Shemsher Singh Anupam Madloi 15 Development of Empirical Correlation to Predict Temperature Dependent Kinematic Viscosity of Biodiesel BlendsRenu Bansal Ajay Bansal and MK Jha 16 Biodiesel Production from Jatropha curcas SVO Oil and Experimental Studies on a Single Cylinder Diesel Engine Using Biodiesel Blends and with Water EmulsionM Govinda Raju BVA Rao S Chandraprasad K Ravi CH Satyanarayana PV Rao C Prabhakara Rao 17 Potential Estimation Production Characterization and Economics of Madhuca Oil Methyl Ester for Hemalkasa Region of Gadchiroli DistrictNV Deshpande UT Sunil Kumar Nishikant Kale 18 Kinetics of Generation of Power Coupled with Reduction in Biochemical Oxygen Demand in Effluents using Microbial Fuel CellPrabikrishna and KB Radhakrishnan 19 Anaerobic Reactors for the Biological Treatment of Organic Wastes for Production of Biogas and BiohydrogenApurba Dey and Nitai Basak 20 Micellar Spectrophotometric Determination of Metal Ions in the Samples of Biodiesel A Green Chemistry ApproachNarendar Bhojak G Vyas B Bhojak and N Khiwani 21 High Temperature AirSteam Gasification of Biomass and WasteJ Bhagwan Reddy P Vinod Kumar MR Prahast AVK Pranavi 22 Biodiesel from Used Soya Oil A Sustainable Renewable FuelSK Deshmukh SV Anekar and AV JamodeIndia is major importer in the global oil market and any fluctuation in the price of the oil would affect its economy Therefore alternative source of fuel is necessary to meet our oil demands India has large scope of biodiesel due to the large scale of biomass availability As per conditions of India only seeds containing non-edible oil can be considered for biodiesel The biodiesel having the advantage of being potential renewable source of energy is known to be nontoxic eco friendly easy to store and to transport and has better lubricity propertiesThe book deals with various technologies for production of biodiesel Characterization of Vegetable Oils & Waste Vegetable Oils Rate Equation for Biodiesel Production Reaction Anaerobic Reactors for Production of Biogas and Biohydrogen Kinetics of Generation of Power coupled with Reduction in BOD in Effluents using Microbial Fuel Cell and Micellar Spectrophotometric Determination of Metal Ions in Samples of Biodiesel are other major themes of this bookThe book will be handy reference for students academicians. Seller Inventory # 94274

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Pravin Chandra Trivedi

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ISBN 10: 8179100634 ISBN 13: 9788179100639

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About this Item: Aavishkar. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Biotechnological approaches in cyanobacterial inoculant technology/S. Kannaiyan and K. Kumar. 2. Biological wastewater treatment and its microbiology/S. Sandhya. 3. Industrial application of cold loving micro organisms/Vandana Katiyar and Reeta Goel. 4. Microbes as a warehouse of genes/C. Nirmala and M.L.H. Kaul. 5. Biotechnological advances in food an overview/Neeraj Dilbagi Jitender Sharma and Avtar Singh. 6. Metal resistant growth promotory fluorescent pseudomonads/Nidhi Bagdwal Abhishekh Gupta and Reeta Goel. 7. Multiplication of Bambusa vulgaris through tissue culture/Sarita Arya Fatima Shirin and Inder Dev Arya. 8. Biodegradation of Cyanide an overview/S. Nagarajan. 9. Tailoring oil crops for oil quality and industry: a transgenic approach/Sanjay J. Jambhulkar and A.S. Shitre. 10. Selective biosorption of Cu Zn and Cd from metal mixtures by microcystis sp. and its application in biorestoration of metal polluted aquatics/Subhashree Pradhan and L.C. Rai. 11. Herbal remedies of various human and plant diseases/Pradeep Parihar Leena Daswani Neetu Tyagi D. Gehlot A. Bohra and S.P. Bohra. 12. Trichoderma as a potential bio agent for management of diseases: taxonomy biology and mode of action/O.P. Sharma M.D. Jeswani O.M. Bambawale and K.S. Murthy. 13. Rumen fungi: role in fibre digestion/Avijit Dey A.K. Puniya J.P. Sehgal and Kishan Singh. 14. Ganoderma fungus and its commercial applications/R. Raj Bhansali. 15. Mycorrhization helper bacteria and their role in nursery practices/Manoj Bhatt Anurag Yadav and R.C. Dubey. 16. Intellectual property rights and biotechnology/Jitender Sharma Avtar Singh and Rajesh Kumar. 17. Biological treatment of dairy effluent by cyanobacteria/Kanika Sharma Pooja Sethia and Ashish Maheshwari. 18. Bioremediation of textile dyes/dye wastewater: a critical assessment of major landmarks/K.P. Sharma Ruby Grover Suresh Kumar Pratima Soni Shweta Sharma Kamal Kishore Bhardwaj Kamayani Sharma and Subhasini Sharma. 19. Agrobacterium: nature's genetic engineer/Subhash Chandra Bihani Archana Kantia and S.L. Kothari. 20. Antimicrobials from natural resources/Neeta Sharma. 21. Biological control of fungal pathogens and mass production technology for fungal antagonists/P.C. Trivedi. Index. Microbial biotechnology may have a profound effect on the world economy over the next two decades. Innovations emerging in the food and pharmaceutical sectors point to the enormous potential of biotechnology to provide diverse new products environmental remediation technologies biodegradable plastics novel therapeutic agents and chemicals and enzymes that will reduce the cost and improve the efficiency of industrial processes. This book Microbial Biotechnology contains 21 articles on different aspects of microbial biotechnology. Articles on biotechnological approaches in cyanobacterial inoculant technology; biological waste water treatment; industrial application of cold loving micro organisms; treatment of dairy effluent by cyanobacteria and bioremediation of textile dye waste water provide information on the role and application of microbes in the present scenario. The book also covers information on the potential of bioagents for the management of diseases commercial uses of Ganoderma fungus role of rumen fungi in fibre digestion and application of mycorrhizosphere helper bacteria. Aspects covering biotechnological advances in foods; biodegradation of cyanide; tailoring oil crops; antimicrobials from natural resources; Agrobacterium nature's genetic engineer and microbes as warehouse of genes have been included to project their importance in the 21 century. This book will serve not only as an excellent reference material but also as a practical guide for teachers research workers industrialists and workers in the applied field of microbial biotechnology. 477 pp. Seller Inventory # 50401

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M Daniel

Published by Scientific, Jodhpur (2006)

ISBN 10: 8172334451 ISBN 13: 9788172334451

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About this Item: Scientific, Jodhpur, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. General 1. Scope and challenges in the field of natural dyes/M. Daniel. 2. Chemistry of natural dyes/K.C. Gupta P. Gupta P. Singh S.V. Singh and S. Agarwal. 3. Natural food colours present status and scope/V.P. Kapoor. 4. Natural food colors chemistry and sources/K.C. Gupta P. Singh S.V. Singh R. Singh and P. Gupta. II. Extraction analysis and quality control 5. Analytical methods for natural dyes/M. Daniel. 6. Extraction and dyeing methods for natural dyes/A. Shrivastava and E.M. Dedhia. 7. Quality control of natural dyed and printed products/V.D. Sumant. III. Dyeing 8. Dying of natural colours a new horizon/S.D. Bhattacharya and M. Daniel. 9. Dyeing of Dhabu resist printed cotton and silk fabric with Indian Almond Terminalia catappa Linn/I. Rai and S. Quereshi. 10. Trailing Eclipta A natural green colour for textiles/A.S. Devi B.S. Sumathy and V.K.L.T. Katyayini. 11. Eco friendly dyeing of natural vegetable dyes on protein substrates/B.J. Agarwal. 12. Union dyeing of wool with Eupatorium and Apricot leaves/A. Sood A. Sharma S. Rani and A. Bansal. 13. Effect of Mordant combination on silk dyeing with apricot dye/A. Sharma S. Rani A. Bansal and A. Sood. 14. Application of Litchi on silk/S. Rani A. Sood A. Sharma and A. Bansal. 15. Dyeing and printing of natural and synthetic fibre/fabrics by vegetable dyes/S.R. Naik. 16. Natural colorants applicable for dyeing textiles/J.J. Moses. 17. Studies on dyeing cotton with bark of Acacia arabica Willd/B.H. Patel and A.M. Darji. 18. Eco friendly dyeing with extracts of Tulsi leaves/K.J. Patel B.H. Patel J.A. Naik and A.M. Bhavsar. 19. Dyeing potential of the leaves of Emblica officinalis eucalyptus globulus and Tectona grandis for cotton/S. Saxena. P.V. Varadarajan and A.J. Shaikh. 20. Application of combination of litchi and Barberry on cotton/A. Bansal A. Sood A. Sharma and S. Rani. 21. Application of natural dyes on Bleached Coir Yarn/M.L. Gulrajani D. Gupta and P. Gupta. 22. An unknown dye yielding herb from open cast mine of Umrer (Maharashtra)/S. Mukherjee. 23. Natural dyes exploration of new medium for contemporary expression/S. Thakur. 24. Natural dyeing recipes trusted traditional Indian recipes for 10 popular shades/Bharathan. 25. Mordants for natural dyeing ground rules on applications for better results/Bharathan. 26. Some new sources of natural dyes/Bharathan. IV. Antimicrobial properties and conservation 27. Antimicrobial activity of Henna used as traditional dye and medicinal plant/A. Arya C. Arya and V.K. Muliya. 28. Antifungal property of two natural dyes used in food/R.C. Soni and Arun Arya. 29. Conservation of dyed historic textiles/D. Rathi. Index. Natural Dyes Scope and Challenges is a comprehensive thoroughly scientific single source reference book on natural dye stuffs and dyeing. This book provides a detailed chemistry of all the available natural dyes and also of the food colors. Analytical methods including extraction identification and estimation of the chemical components of these dyes which will help in the production of quality dyes are discussed. The applications of these dyes in pharmaceuticals herbal cosmetics paints and paintings also are explained. The challenges lying ahead due to the greater demand resulted from the ever increasing acceptance and demand of these dyes and their solutions are discussed. Substitute sources new chromophores bioactivities including antioxidant potential and antimicrobial properties of the plant derived dyes also are dovetailed. This book will serve as a reference book for students teachers and workers of textile dyeing textile chemistry clothing and textiles plant sciences pharmacy and fine arts. It will also of great use for NGOs and farmers who would be interested in value addition of their trees commercial manufacturers of natural dyes and even to a layman interested in natural colors. 274 pp. Seller Inventory # 60294

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K D Sharma and B Soni

Published by Atlantic, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8126905840 ISBN 13: 9788126905843

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

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Manish Soni and K K Sen

Published by University Book House, Jaipur (2006)

ISBN 10: 8181980514 ISBN 13: 9788181980519

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About this Item: University Book House, Jaipur, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Object oriented programming. 2. Introduction to C++. 3. Step by step towards C++ from C. 4. Classes and objects. 5. Constructors and destructors. 6. Overloading functions and operators. 7. On heritance. 8. Exception handing. 9. Virtual functions and templates. This textbook has been written to meet the requirements of the syllabus prescribed for B.C.A. students. It may also helpful for the students of MCA PGDCA A level M.Sc (IT) B.E. and various courses of different universities. The main text comprises of eight chapters in which essential and introductory material on C language has been included. These chapters have detail study on that particular topic. 148 pp. Seller Inventory # 67265

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Mahavir Singh

Published by Shipra, Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8175412305 ISBN 13: 9788175412309

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About this Item: Shipra, Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. 1. Indian revolutionaries at metaphor in modern Uzbek literature/Timur Kocaoglu. 2. Russia's new perspective on Asia an assessment/Glerii Shirokov and Andrei Volodin. 3. India Russia China triangle to transform the present world order/Devendra Kaushik. 4. Xinjiang prospects for a peaceful future/S. FrederickStarr. 5. India and China a changing relationship/V.P. Dutt. 6. Changes in security and cooperation situation in Asian region advantage and disadvantage factors/Du Yanling. 7. Multipolarization and security structure of Asia Pacific region/Li Xinwei. 8. Promoting establishment of fair and equitable new international political and economic order/An Yuejun and Su Zuhui. 9. Central Asian cooperation the possibilities of development of regional integration processes/M. Chanachev. 10. Integrating the economy of Kazakhstan into world economy ways and mechanisms/B.K. Kazbekov. 11. Economic problems of the processing of hydrocarbon resources/O.I. Egorov. 12. Collection of manuscripts on the history of India a note Fonds of the Institute of Oriental Studies Academy of Sciences Republic of Uzbekistan/B. Obidov. 13. The challenge of radical Islam to democratisation in Central Asia/Nalin Kumar Mohapatra. 14. Looking at the past through the prism of the present analysis of the ethnic conflict in Sri Lanka/V. Suryanarayan. 15. Negotiating peace in Sri Lanka dynamics and implications/Karori Singh. 16. The East Asian Tigers in the light of Russian and Latin American experience/Victor Krassilchtchikov. 17. ASEAN+3 and GMS case studies of regional integration/Kosum Saichan. 18. Japan's growing role in Asian maritime security an Indian perspective/Sanjana Joshi. 19. Mongolia China relations post cold war scenario/Sharad K. Soni. 20. Afghan women in transition a critical appraisal/Arpita Basu Roy. 21. India China trade through the Stilwell road/H.N. Das. Asian events 2003. Documents. The Asia Annual is the cross disciplinary journal of the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies Kolkata. The current volume the fifth in succession contains twenty one well researched articles authored by eminent scholars from India and abroad are devoted to security and cooperation in Asia and the Asia Pacific region new international political and economic order multi polarisation bilateral relations between India and China new Russian perspective on Asia possibilities for trilateral cooperation between India Russia and China and prospects for a peaceful future of Xinjiang. Central Asia remains in the focus of the current issue also. Scholars and policy makers may find the issue useful. 354 pp. Seller Inventory # 55306

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Adluri Subramanyam Raju

Published by Gyan, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8121209285 ISBN 13: 9788121209281

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About this Item: Gyan, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword/Ranil Wickremesinghe. Acknowledgements. List of abbreviations. List of contributors. Introduction/A. Subramanyam Raju. I. South Asia political issues 1. Futures beyond nationalism/Imtiaz Ahmed. 2. Can democracy be designed in South Asia the politics of institutional choices/Santishree D. Pandit. II. South Asia security cooperation 3. Evolving agenda for peace and security in South Asia/Gopal ji Malviya. 4. A common defence areas for South Asia an Indian perspective/Manoj Joshi. 5. India Pakistan security cooperation and the prospects for a South Asian security community/Rajesh M. Basrur. III. South Asia Non traditional security issues 6. Non traditional threats to South Asian security/V.R. Raghavan. 7. Energy security scenario in South Asia/Anant V. Naik. 8. Maritime issues in South Asia/A. Subramanyam Raju. IV. Economic cooperation search for new synergies 9. The process of integration in the SAARC region/V.R. Panchamukhi. 10. Economic cooperation in South Asia challenges and constraints/Dushni Weerakoon. 11. Envisioning a South Asian Union challenges/J. Laxminarasimha Rao. 12. A South Asian single currency/I.P. Khosla. V. Prospects for a South Asian community 13. Imagining South Asia in an unipolar world/C.K. Lal. 14. South Asian Union vision mission and agenda/B. Ramesh Babu. 15. Envisaging the South Asian resurgence systemic imperatives for regional synergic management/Manoj Soni. 16. Resurrecting Maritime South Asia critical perspectives on the 21 century/Sanjay Chaturvedi. Bibliography. Index. South Asia is one of the important regions in international system. Like other regions a number of steps have been initiated to promote greater understanding and cooperation among the member states of the region. The region is afflicted by a number of problems social political and economic. Nuclear proliferation is one of the major issues that changed the face of the region. In this context an attempt is made to construct a new South Asia by exploring the problems of the region and to suggest ways and means to have a new future for the people of South Asia. As a part of this effort the volume tries to deal with a few new issues that can give a new agenda to change the present scenario. The volume consists essays contributed by the scholars across the South Asian region. They include former policy makers such as diplomatic and military personnel academia media and the corporate world. This volume adopts a new strategy discussing the issues from the people centric perspective. The volume tries to focus on South Asia beyond nationalism the necessity of new institutional choices an agenda for peace and security issues including common defence area having a South Asian Union and a single currency for the region. Addressing the above issues the volume gives a fresh perspective on the field by probing into Why we need a South Asian Union. What are the steps to be followed. What are the obstacles for forging cooperation. Whether the contemporary approach towards political and security cooperation needs to be modified. It makes recommendations for reconstructing South Asia with the focus not just economic but also human development. 360 pp. Seller Inventory # 63612

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B K Chakravarti

Published by APH, New Delhi (2008)

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About this Item: APH, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. A maze of clearances. 2. Creating a successful heritage/Tanmayee Dass. 3. The bread in your basket. 4. What hoteliers feel about the city. 5. Hotel guest media world/Soni Shrivastav. 6. Chinese recipes/Roopa Pai. 7. Salad days/Roopa Pai. 8. Cocktails and cool this summer/Punam Mohandas. 9. Environment and you what it takes/Mahendra S. Rathore. 10. The lure of Salmon/Roopa Pai. 11. Western region policing in restaurants. 12. Four hotels and their bathrooms. 13. Economics of a budget hotel/Narendra Verma. 14. Tips you cannot do without restaurant marketing/Lalit Nirula. 15. GOI introduces guidelines for classification of heritage hotels. 16. Economics of a budget hotel/Narendra Verma. 17. Ahmedabad needs more hotel rooms/S. Dharmarajan. 18. Risk management of hotels/A. Chatterjee. 19. Restaurants operations an overview. 20. Keeping the house in order/Amitabh Mukherjee. 21. The future of the hospitality industry in India/Rahat Bhandari. 22. Company database. 23. How to plug the leaks/Gautam Bose. 24. Dealing with quality that intangible/M.S. Rathore. 25. The changing face of housekeeping/Henovi Chhor with Inputs from Sharmin Sekhri Surti Nari Kirplani H&FS Office Delhi H&FS Office Mumbai and Arvil Sule. 26. Innovative strategies in housekeeping/Paul Kirwin. 27. Environmental concerns in housekeeping/Santosh Shidhaye. 28. The how's and why's of whisky/Shatbhi Basu. 29. The latest air conditioning alternative direct fired vapour absorption chilling/Durre Tabish Khan. 30. Increasing profits by energy conservation/T.M. Navalkar. 31. Automation of elevator operations/K. Rajaraman. 32. Trends in property management systems/Keith Gruen. 33. Food preservation/Geeta Ashwadhama. 34. Changing guest preference and marketing challenges in the resort industry/Kye Sung Chon and William P. Whelihan III and William F. Harrah. 35. Five foundations of leadership in Japan's lodging industry/Ronald F. Cichy and Takashige Teddy Aoki and Mark E. Patton and Michael P. Sciarini. 36. Hotel managers responses to ethical Dilemmas/Raymond S. Schmidgall. 37. Trends in the quick service restaurant industry/H.G. Parsa and Mohmood A. Khan. 38. Leadership in the hospitality curriculum/Matt A. Casado. 39. Strategies for tomorrow's hospitality workforce/Mangala Ananth and Fred J. DeMicca. 40. Management training theories tools for hospitality managers and trainers/Robert M. O'Halloran. Index. The hotel management is an emerging field in the contemporary management world particularly in the changing economy in India in particular. There are several components in Hotel Management and catering industry and overall understanding is essential for achieving desired results and objectives. The author had ventured to edit topics of contemporary interests and compiled them as an useful management tool for the senior level people as well as people who wants varied information from the observations of various personnel in their own area of knowledge and experiences. The issue dealt in the lead as well as in closing articles follows the thread of different perceptions Manager's perceptions customer's perceptions perception of hotel restaurant keeper's in maintaining the hotel restaurant environment and guest care and amenities. The articles in the volume give an insight into the practices policies and procedures and host of new skills necessary for efficient service and management of hotel catering industry. Potential customers may never discover the reality of excellent service or fine food inside an establishment if their only basis for perception is a bad review. It a fact of business life that what people know about an organisation their perception of it seldom come from direct experience. They learn what they know or think they know from what other people say write and report. One of the most difficult tasks facing managers is to minimize distortions in perception. It is here that a book like this one can be helpful. Through research perceptions can b. Seller Inventory # 67572

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Prafulla Soni; Veena Chandra and S D Sharma

Published by Jyoti Pub, Dehra Dun (2005)

ISBN 10: 8188617016 ISBN 13: 9788188617012

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About this Item: Jyoti Pub, Dehra Dun, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Mineral exploration in India constraints and issues/S.D. Prasad. 2. Socioeconomic problems and prospects in relation to mining/Naresh C. Saxena. 3. Remote sensing and GIS A tool for assessment of forests in mining areas of four Indian states/Sandeep Tripathi. 4. Environmental management practices for iron ore mines in India an overview/T.K. Chakravarty T.K. Bhowmick and P.C. Acharya. 5. Ecorestoration concept its application for restoration of biodiversity in mined lands/Prafulla Soni and Lakshmi Rawat. 6. Ethnobotany an important tool for sustainable restoration/Veena Chandra. 7. Significance of mineralogical approach in rejuvenation of mined lands/A.K. Raina. 8. Minespoil afforestation constraints and technology/S.D. Sharma and M.K. Gupta. 9. Indian coal industry environmental scenario and restoration strategies/P.V. Sridharan and S.P. Banerjee. 10. Ecorehabilitation of mined lands on Himalayas through bio engineering technology Sahastradhara case study/G.P. Juyal V.S. Katiyar K.S. Dadhwal P. Joshie and R.K Arya. 11. Scope of biofertilizers in mine spoil amelioration/Asha A. Juwarkar Kirti Dubey and R.N. Singh. 12. Efficacy of mulches in the management of mine spoils/H.B. Vasistha Om Kumar and Prafulla Soni. 13. Tangible and intangible benefits from forests/M.N. Jha. 14. Socioeconomic aspects of conservation perspectives and strategies/Alka Shiva and V. Chakravarti. Across the globe very few areas are left today where human intervention has not altered the ecological structure and function of endemic ecosystems. Areas with reversible ecological impacts are easy to restore and maintain the ecological health through the processes of natural recovery. However where the impacts on land and water are severe and irrevers ecological restoration is required. Mining of minerals is one activity that drastically alters the ecological systems and completely disrupts the landscape. These areas need special attention and technological challenge in achieving ecological restoration. Since ecological restoration spans a broad spectrum of issues editors have attempted to provide insight of ecological restoration tools to managers and practitioners in the field of mining and restoration ecology through understanding of mineral exploration constraints and issues of ecological applications socio economics ethnobotany soil geology biofertiliser application and soil conservation measures. The book will be a practical guide to practicing restoration executives mine managers policy makers and students and researchers in the field of ecological restoration. 245 pp. Seller Inventory # 58199

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Virendra Kumar; P K Singh and R C Purohit

Published by Himanshu Pub, Udaipur (2005)

ISBN 10: 8179060977 ISBN 13: 9788179060971

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About this Item: Himanshu Pub, Udaipur, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Negotiating drought through community based water harvesting in arid semi arid and sub humid regions/Virendra Kumar and P.K. Singh. 2. Studies on effect of In situ moisture conservation measures on shrink swell soils in scarcity zone of Solapur District (M.S.)/D.B. Bhanavase A.L. Pharande and M.M. Mohite. 3. Determination of peak runoff rates from a small Himalayan watershed using conceptual model of geomorphologic instantaneous unit hydrograph/Rajesh Gupta and R.A. Rastogi. 4. Effect of DEM resolution on automatic extraction of watershed parameters/Ramadhar Singh K.N. Tiwari and B.C. Mal. 5. Morphometric analysis and action plan preparation of a sub humid watershed in Orissa/N. Sahoo S.K. Jena R.C. Srivastava P. Nanda and D. Paramajita. 6. A conceptual catchment model of hydrologic response for assessing the impact of soil conservation measures/P.S. Kumbhare and R.A. Rastogi. 7. Participatory net planning in Paharpur Micro watershed/R. Ravi Babu and Purnima Mishra. 8. Efficient rainwater management for crop production in an arid region watershed of Rajasthan/Devesh Sharma Virendra Kumar. P.K. Singh and Mahesh Kothari. 9. Integrated approach to watershed development and its evaluation a case study/N. Sahoo R.C. Srivastava and P. Nanda. 10. Sub area routing model for estimation of sediment yield from a mountainous watershed/Vinod Kumar and R.A. Rastogi. 11. In situ rain water harvesting techniques in Chotanagpur Plateau/Purnima Mishra and R. Ravi Babu. 12. Design of farm pond for Western Vidarbha Region of Maharashtra/S.S. Salunkhe C.D. Patil and P.M. Raina. 13. Determination of conservation practice factor (P) of the USLE for different conservation practices in dry land region of Maharashtra/D.T. Pacharne R.V. Sanglikar and A.R. Bangar. 14. Influence of soil and water conservation measures on erosion runoff and crop yield/D.T. Pacharne R.V. Sanglikar and A.L. Pharande. 15. Development and economics of a low cost Polyhouse/Uttam Kumar Kunal Prasad R. Suresh and A. Kumar. 16. Probability analysis of rainfall at Udaipur/Ram Kumar Sahu Shiv Kumar Arun Sharma and P.K. Singh. 17. Land evaluation for land use planning of a watershed in rainfed area/V.V. Gabhane Aparna Ghume and M.B. Nagdeve. 18. Design of contour bund for land leveling/Ram Pal and H.C. Sharma. 19. Estimation of curve number for different conservation practices at Akola/G.U. Satpute V.G. Jadhao S.B. Jajoo and V.B. Dalvi. 20. Forecasting the onset of effective monsoon and critical dry spell for Udaipur city/S.K. Bansal and Virendra Kumar. 21. Estimation of cropping management factor for maize crop at Akola/S.G. Solanki S.B. Jajoo and G.U. Satpute. 22. Investigation of drought based on rainfall data in Bhilwara Region (Rajasthan)/M.L. Jat J.K. Balyan R.V. Singh and N.S. Solanki. 23. Application of remote sensing and geographic information system in land capability classification/S.L. Suryawanshi and S.V. Pathak. 24. Hydrology of high and mid land watersheds of Kerala/V.M. Abdul Hakkim and S. Chandrakaran. 25. Variation of daily rainfall distribution in the coastal region of Orissa/K.N. Sharma P. Sadhab S.D. Sharma and S.C. Nayak. 26. Rainwater harvesting in Chhattisgarh/R.K. Sahu. 27. Design and construction of staggered contour trenches in Paharpur micro watershed/R. Ravi Babu and Purnima Mishra. 28. Through fall of Pine forest a case study in Meghalaya/K.K. Satapathy and Benjamin Kaman. 29. Geomorphometric and hypsometric analysis for watershed prioritization a GIS based approach/Ajay Kumar Gupta R.C. Purohit and Jaspal Singh. 30. Reservoir balancing an easy technique for the estimation of runoff/S.K. Sharma R.K. Nema and M.K. Hardaha. 31. Studies on various filters used in rooftop rainwater harvesting/Rajan Aggarwal D.S. Taneja and Ashwani Soni. Indian land fortunately is the wettest in the world but the crisis in terms of spread and within year distribution of rainfall affects one in three people. The annual average rainfall of 1170 mm by any standards c. Seller Inventory # 58746

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B N Swami; D C Joshi and S R Choudhuary

Published by Himanshu Pub, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8179061264 ISBN 13: 9788179061268

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About this Item: Himanshu Pub, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Organic waste for organic farming 1. Introduction/B.L. Chaudhary. 2. Can India switch over to organic farming/A.V. Rao. 3. Organic matter for agricultural sustainability/S.K. Sharma and G.S. Ameta. 4. Maintenance of soil organic carbon in tropics/R.K. Beniwal and M.L. Soni. II. Characterisation of soil organic matter 1. Status nature and characteristics of soil organic matter in major agro eco regions of India/B.N. Swami. 2. Characterization of humic substances/D.C. Joshi. 3. Nitrogenous constituents of soil organic matter and their role in soil fertility/Vimal Sharma. 4. Biochemistry of proteins and nucleic acid degradation/Raghvendar Singh. 5. Biochemistry of carbohydrate degradation/Raghvendar Singh. III. Organic waste for integrated nutrient management 1. The concept of integrated plant nutrition/L.L. Somani. 2. Organic matter as a source of carbon and nitrogen/R.K. Beniwal and M.L. Soni. 3. Organic matter as a source of phosphorus/J.C. Tarafdar. 4. Organic matter as a source of micronutrients/R.K. Mehra. IV. Soil health and residue management 1. Soil resilience and soil quality concept and some frameworks for soil quality assessment/A.K. Misra M. Mohanty and K.K. Bandyopadhyay. 2. Biological indicators of soil health/R.L. Shyampura. 3. Organic matter influences on soil aggregation/A.K. Misra and K.K. Bandyopadhayay. V. Soil fauna organic residue decomposition and humus synthesis 1. Soil fauna in ecosystem/S.C. Bhandari. 2. Recent advances in microbial diversity/D.L.N. Rao. 3. Nematode management through plant products/A.U. Siddiqui. 4. BNF and biofertilizer research in India current status and future perspective/D.L.N. Rao. 5. Effect of insecticides on macro and micro organisms and soil health/H.C.L. Gupta. 6. Phytotoxicity associated with crop residues and other sources of organic matter/M.K. Porwal. 7. Influence of organic matter recycling on the efficiency of heterotrophic biofertilizers/S.K. Sharma and G.S. Ameta. Organic farming is being talked at various forum as a new approach and panacea for conservation of soil health and natural resources. Huge organic wastes being produced at crop fields cattle yards poultry farms fish hatcheries municipal waste and garbage which need to be properly utilized to save our environment. This compendium presents basic concepts about the characteristics and composition of organic waste and its potentials for crop production. The chemistry and biochemistry of organic waste its decomposition and mineralisation and manifestations on soil physical chemical and microbial make up are highly specialized fields of study. Specialists in each of these topics have been invited to contribute and thus a comprehensive account on the biochemistry of organic residues as source of plant nutrients humification process and influence on soil fauna have been thoroughly dealt with. The compendium will be very useful for those involved in maintaining soil health natural resource conservation and organic farming movement. The book will also be equally beneficial for teachers and students of agricultural and environment sciences. 246 pp. Seller Inventory # 61784

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P C Mahanta and L K Tyagi

Published by National Bureau of Fish Gen, Lucknow (2003)

ISBN 10: 8190101498 ISBN 13: 9788190101493

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About this Item: National Bureau of Fish Gen, Lucknow, 2003. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Base Papers 1. An overview of the participatory approach for fish biodiversity conservation in North East India/L.K. Tyagi and P.C. Mahanta. 2. Integration of fish biodiversity conservation and development of fisheries in North Eastern region issues and approach/P.C. Mahanta L.K. Tyagi D. Kapoor and A.G. Ponniah. 3. Fishery resources potential of north eastern region/V.V. Sugunan. II. Present status on utilization of aquatic resources i. Ichthyofaunistic resources of Assam with a note on their sustainable utilization/B.K. Bhattacharjya M. Choudhury and V.V. Sugunan. 2. An overview of aquaculture resources and fish biodiversity of Nagaland/Sharif U. Ahmed. 3. Challenges in the development of fisheries in North Eastern Region/M.L. Bhowmik P.P. Chakrabarti S.C. Mondal and A. Raychaudhuri. III. Ornamental fish and entrepreneurship building 1. Strategy for conservation of ornamental fishes in the North Eastern Himalayan Region/S.P. Biswas. 2. Ornamental fish biodiversity of Assam and their conservation status/S.M. Srivastava S.P. Singh and P.C. Mahanta. 3. Strategies for captive breeding of ornamental fishes in North Eastern region of India/S.K. Das. IV. Involvement of women in conservation 1. Women's participation in the conservation of fish biodiversity/Geeta Basumatari and Devajit Basumatari. 2. Participation of women of fisher families in conservation of ichthyo fauna/Bibha Chetia Borah. 3. Agri pisciculture by women entrepreneurs in the North Eastern India a case study of Apatani Tribe of Arunachal Pradesh/N.P. Melkania.V. People's participation in conservation of fish fauna 1. Extension strategy and conservation with special reference to North Eastern region of India/Utpal Bhaumik and P. Das. 2. Participatory creation and utilization of artificial lakes for rain water harvesting and development of fisheries/S.H. Chaudhury. VI. Development of game and sport fisheries for promoting eco tourism 1. Strategies for improving sport fishery to encourage eco tourism/I.J. Singh. 2. Mahseer conservation need priorities and approach/Vijay Soni. VII. Policy analysis and perspectives 1. Analysis of policy issues for development of fisheries in North Eastern region/P.C. Mahanta. 2. Need for creation of freshwater aquatic conservation zone in north eastern region of India/U.K. Sarkar A.K. Pathak L.K. Tyagi S.P. Singh V.S. Basheer and S.K. Paul. VIII. Workshop discussion points and recommendations Appendices 1. Summary of workshop programme. 2. List of participants. 3. Workshop organising committee. 4. NBFGR Research Project for North Eastern Region of India. From the preface This publication entitled Participatory Approach for Fish Biodiversity Conservation in North East India contains invited base papers and full papers of the abstracts contributed on the identified themes to enrich the workshop deliberations. Four papers that are based on the work done outside the North Eastern Region have been included because of their implications for the North Eastern Region. Similarly a few short notes have also been included as they have succinctly expressed an important observation. The book has been divided into eight sections. 414 pp. Seller Inventory # 71383

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S S Marwaha and J K Arora

Published by Asiatech Pub

ISBN 10: 8187680091 ISBN 13: 9788187680093

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About this Item: Asiatech Pub. Condition: As New. Contents: Foreword. Preface. I. Concept papers: 1. Biotechnological strategies in agro-processing: an overview/J.K. Arora and S.S. Marwaha. 2. Rice improvement strategies to combat food security risks/R.K. Singh. 3. Genetic transformation and crop improvement/D.K. Srivastava. 4. Altering biological software in crop plants: quantum and quality of produce/C.P. Malik, A. Sharma, N. Dilbaghi and M. Paul. 5. Biofertilizers for sustainable rice production/S. Kannaiyan. 6. Emerging bio-technologies in agriculture: production and promotion of biofertiliser as a nutrient source to crops/M.R. Motsara. 7. Biofertilizers: their development/R.P. Gupta, M.S. Pandher, S.K. Gosal, R.K. Hunjan, A.S. Brar, N. Singh and G.K. Sekhon. 8. Current scenario and constraints in the use of biofertilizers in India/A.L. Khurana and S.S. Dudeja. 9. Mycorrhizal biotechnology for improved crop productivity/D.J. Bagyaraj. 10. Transgenic Bt crops as a component of integrated pest management/H. Kumar and A. Kapur. 11. Biopesticides: potential for Indian agriculture/M.C. Sharma. 12. Enzymes in agro-processing: trends and future prospects/S.K. Soni and J.K. Gupta. 13. Immobilized enzymes and microbial technology in agroprocessing and agriculture/S.F.D'Souza. 14. Biotechnological approaches for ethanol production from agro-residues/S.K. Soni and S.S. Marwaha. 15. Alcohol production from cereals: a case study/V. Sheorain, R. Banka and M. Chavan. 16. Ethanol fermentation technology of Zymomonas Mobilis/P.S. Panesar, S.S. Marwaha and J.K. Arora. 17. Biotechnology in agro industries: role of safety and quality/S. Sareen. 18. Agrobiotechnology: misconceived concerns about consumer and environmental safety/P.N. Viswanathan. 19. Strategies for improvement in production of secondary metabolitis through plant cell technology: case studies/A. Kumar. 20. Cereal products: biotechnological approaches for their production/S.K. Soni and S.S. Marwaha. 21. Emerging technologies for commercial applications in horticultural sector/A.S. Dhatt and K.S. Sandhu. 22. Mushroom production: potential and opportunities/P.K. Khanna. 23. Fruit and vegetable processing: canning/M. Kalia. 24. Emerging biotechnologies in dairy and meat processing/B.N. Mathur, R.K. Malik and L. Sabikhi. 25. Possibilities of use of biotechnology in dairy industry/M. Munjal and R.K. Sharma. 26. Impact of biotechnology on dairying/V.K. Batish, S. Grover and B. N. Mathur. 27. Functional and nutritional components of fish/A.S. Bawa. 28. Starting a biotech venture/S.R. Nair. 29. NRDC - technology transfer organisation: activities and experience/A.B. Ilango. 30. Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI): range of services/P.E.S. Vidyasagar. 31. Financing of hi-tech projects in agriculture sector/P. Singh. 32. Precision farming using geographical information system/G. Singh. II. Research papers: 1. Plant regeneration and agrobacterium mediated gene transfer studies in tomato/A. Kant and D.K. Srivastava. 2. Plant regeneration and genetic transformation studies in cabbage (Brassica oleracea L. var. capitata)/S. Sharma and D.K. Srivastava. 3. Distribution of Bacillus Thuringiensis in Punjab soil and their toxicity against Chilo Partellus/V. Khanna, S.S. Marwaha and H.S. Dhaliwal. 4. Liquefying and saccharifying amylases of Bacillus sp. SN-1 and Aspergillus oryzae HS-3 and their application in hydrolysis of starchy biomass for ethanol production/S.K. Soni, H. Singh, P. Varma and J.K. Gupta. 5. Polygalacturonase from Aspergillus niger: optimization of production conditions and its application/R. Gupta, A. Kumar, N. Kumar and T.C. Bhalla. 6. Development of fermentation process for high value beverage from Vitis vinifera and Allium sativum L./A. Chawla, H.K. Tewari, H.K. Sahota, K. Shveta and T.S. Julka. 7. Fungal biotechnology for nutritional upgradation of crop residues/M. Arora, V.K. Sehgal and V.K. Thapar. 8. Effect of process variables on the quality characteristics of wheat flour-milk protein co-extrudates/S. Sing. Seller Inventory # 50296

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