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Gupta, Prashant, Gupta, M.D.

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M.D. Gupta, Prashant Gupta

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M.D. Gupta, Prashant Gupta

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Professor Thomas G. Fraser, Dr Monika Aggarwal

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About this Item: 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 260 ABOUT THE BOOK:- This book is based upon an International Conference on 'Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility' held at the Cordia Education Complex, Sanghol, in November 2013 under the auspices of the Lord Rana Foundation Charitable Trust, UK, and the Smt. Jawala Devi Memorial Trust, India. ABOUT THE AUTHOR:- Thomas G. Fraser MBE is Emeritus Professor of History at Ulster University, United Kingdom, and former Provost of its Magee campus. He has published widely on India, the Middle East, American foreign policy and the Northern Ireland peace process. He is a Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society, Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Monika Aggarwal, MBA, M.Com, Ph.D from Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, is Securities and Exchange Board of India certified financial trainer. She has completed FDP from IIMB, Bangalore and ISB, Mohali. She is recipient of Dr S. Radhakrishnan Post Doctoral Fellowship UGC, New Delhi. She had been working as Professor at Cordia Group of Educational Institutes, Sanghol, India. CONTENTS:- Foreword Lord Diljit Rana 5 Preface 7 Special Communication: Business Ethics and 9 Corporate Social Responsibility Urmil Verma Introduction and Acknowledgements 15 List of Contributors 21 1. Lala Lajpat Rai and the Pursuit of National Education: Lala Lajpat Rai Memorial Lecture 23 Professor Thomas G. Fraser 2. Corporate Social Responsibilities and Business Ethics 33 Dr Harish Kumari 3. Ancient Wisdom and Business Ethics 43 Dr Vaneeta Rani and Dr Kusum Gupta 4. Dream of an Ethical Society and the Dilemma of Capitalism 59 Dr Sheojee Singh 5. Faith and Spirituality in an Increasingly Global Business Environment 73 Renu Kalra and Rakhi J. Singh 6. Integration of Ancient Wisdom with Modern Ethics in Business Scenario 89 Rashmi Kamra and Gaurav Vij 7. Business Ethics and Gender Discrimination in Indian Industry 111 Shivani Setia and Ritu Kalra 8. Economic Crisis and Corporate Social Responsibility 129 Inderjeet Kaur 9. CSR and the Indian Corporate Sector 145 Manmeet Kaur and Punpreet Kaur 10. Understanding the Ethical Context of Organisations: Strategies to Improve 161 Dr Simranjit Kaur and Monika Sharma 11. The Relevance and Role of Professional Ethics in Teaching 173 Taruna Narang and Nidhi Palta 12. Adopting Sustainable and Eco-friendly Mechanisms of Human Development 183 Dr Anurag Sankhian 13. Environmental Protection Vis-a-Vis Sustainable Development-A Global Challenge 199 Amit Kashyap and Shashi Bala Kashyap 14. Plausible Linkage between Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Tourism: A Qualitative Study of Tourism Business Units in Himachal Pradesh 211 Arun Sharma 15. Rural Tourism as a Medium for Local Development in Himachal Pradesh: The Example of Villages around Dharamshala (Kangra) 229 Amit Katoch and Dr Prashant Kumar Gautam Index 247 The Title 'Ethics Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility in India Issues and Perspectives written/authored/edited by Professor Thomas G. Fraser, Dr Monika Aggarwal', published in the year 2016. The ISBN 9789351281955 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 260 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publications. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Sociology. Language: English. Seller Inventory # 9789351281955

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M.D. Gupta; Prashant Gupta

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A.K. Roy

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. All the chapters of this book constitute the proceedings of the National Symposium entitled Rhizosphere Biotechnology/Microbes Retrospects and prospects held on 29-30 November, 2004, at Department of Botany, T.M. Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur (Bihar). This book includes Special lectures, Review articles and Research papers in the form of Book chapters covering almost all aspects of focal theme of the symposium, which will be of immense utility to the researchers, P.G. students and to those working in allied field. Contents: 1. AM fungi as biofertilizers: Retrospect and Prospects 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 & 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 and B.N. Chakraborty 13. Biopesticides Need and Future J.K. Johri 14. Multiple application of Rhizobium as nitrogen fixer, pestic-ides 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.N. Singh, N.K. Gautam and A.K. Roy Printed Pages: 206. Seller Inventory # 66465

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Gupta, Prashant & M.D. Gupta

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About this Item: Dreamland, New Delhi, 1998. Hard Cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. N. K. Vikram (illustrator). Reprint. 79 pp., color illus. Covers stained, extremities bumped, page edges tanned. Seller Inventory # C8230

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A.K. Roy

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. All the chapters of this book constitute the proceedings of the National Symposium entitled Rhizosphere Biotechnology/Microbes Retrospects and prospects held on 29-30 November, 2004, at Department of Botany, T.M. Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur (Bihar). This book includes Special lectures, Review articles and Research papers in the form of Book chapters covering almost all aspects of focal theme of the symposium, which will be of immense utility to the researchers, P.G. students and to those working in allied field. Contents: 1. AM fungi as biofertilizers: Retrospect and Prospects 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 & 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 and B.N. Chakraborty 13. Biopesticides Need and Future J.K. Johri 14. Multiple application of Rhizobium as nitrogen fixer, pestic-ides 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.N. Singh, N.K. Gautam and A.K. Roy Printed Pages: 206. Seller Inventory # 66465

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Amiteshwar Jha and Sanjay Garg

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About this Item: IIRNS Pub, Maharashtra, 2007. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. A hoard of early local punch marked coins of Magadha Janapada/Sharad Sharma and Shinji Hirano. 2. Some Magadha series 1 overstrikes from Sasaram/Pankaj Tandon. 3. Yaudheya Chronology and Coinage an analysis/Richard D. Mann. 4. Some rare Shadanana Shashthi/Deer type Yaudheya Coins/Devendra Handa. 5. A new silver coin of Vasisthiputra Vijaya Satakarni/L.B. Varma. 6. Coins of the Kadambas of Banavasi/M. Girijapathi and L. Subrahmanya. 7. Padmatanka of Queen Lakshmi and its attribution/Chandrashekhar Gupta. 8. An Umayyad Dinar found in Bangladesh/Shamsul Hossain. 9. Nasik Hoard of Mughal Gold Coins/Danish Moin. 10. New mints and coins from Bhopal State/Prashant P. Kulkarni and Govind Agrawal. 11. The Mansuri or Munsooree Paisa and its use combining numismatic and social history of India C. 1830 1900/Jan Lingen and Jan Lucassen. 12. Coins of Tranquebar with ship's names/Olav Sejere. 13. An Ivory City Seal of Erakachha/Om Prakash Lal Srivastava. 14. A terracotta seal and a sealing from Tilpi (West Bengal)/Susmita Basu Majumdar. Book review. 256 pp. Seller Inventory # 68245

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Ashok Kumar (ed.)

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Language and technology being two major focuses of educational reform in Indian higher education, teachers of English as a foreign language have to cope with the challenges of technological and pedagogical shifts taking place in the teaching profession. English is widely acknowledged as an international language, and it serves as an effective medium of instruction in the Indian educational institutions. English Language Teaching (ELT) has shifted its focus to the available modes, mediums and trends. The stylistic shifts have been from traditional to the formal style. Consequently there are sharp indications of swiftly shifting paradigms of ELT in India. This anthology concentrates on the new perspectives in English Language Teaching. Various aspects of ELT have been illumined in papers drawn from eminent teachers and researchers both in and outside India. It incisively epitomizes how special paradigmatic searches of the young generation have contributed to the establishment of the prevailing interests and overwhelmingly altered the global scene. The book, it is expected, will provide deeper insights into the subject and indeed find a warm welcome in the hands of the connoisseurs of English Language Teaching in India. Contents : Preface; 1. Using Effective English to Meet the Various Communicative Functions of Business Conversations?Meenakshi Raman; 2. English Language and Communication Skills?Mahendra Singh Dhaka; 3. The Communicative Approach to English Language Teaching?Karan Singh Yadav; 4. Changing Paradigms in English Language Teaching: Methods of ELT to Integrated Course Students?K. Balachandran; 5. E/IT & ELT?A Few Possible Considerations of Interface?Krushna Chandra Mishra; 6. Linguistic Realities in Second Language Education?Pratibha Gupta; 7. Second Language Development in Flood-Prone Area?Pratibha Gupta; 8. Exploring Classroom Strategies in the Wake of E/IT-ELT Interface?Krushna Chandra Mishra and N.P. Mahapatra; 9. Relevance of Introducing English as a Subject from the First Standard?Mallikarjun Patil; 1. English for the Socially Disadvantaged: A Skill Focal Model of Remediation at Tertiary Level?K. Ponni; 11. Pedagogical Implications in Using Multimedia Language Lab?Pushp Lata; 12. English for Specific Purposes (ESP): A Developing Branch of EFL?Hitesh D. Raviya; 13. Modality, Mood and Modal Auxiliaries: A Critique?Prashant Mishra; 14. The Socio-Cultural Aspects and Language Learning?K. Balachandran; 15. Linguistic Complexities and Realizations: A Tribute to Rajul Bhargava?Bernice J.M. West and Michael H. Lyon; 16. Ebonics?J. Samuel Kirubahar and Anita Evelyn; 17. Stylistics and the Teaching of Literature at the College Level?Prashant Mishra; 18. Globalizing English Studies in India?Harish Narang; 19. Decolonising Teaching Materials and Strategies: Towards an Alternative Pedagogics?C. Kannan; 2. Foreign Influence on English Language?Mallikarjun Patil; 21. Gesture in the Fine Arts?R. Chanana; 22. Role of Regulatory Bodies and Quality of Technical Education?K. Sudha Rao; Contributors Printed Pages: 360. Seller Inventory # 70337

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Ashok Kumar (ed.)

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Language and technology being two major focuses of educational reform in Indian higher education, teachers of English as a foreign language have to cope with the challenges of technological and pedagogical shifts taking place in the teaching profession. English is widely acknowledged as an international language, and it serves as an effective medium of instruction in the Indian educational institutions. English Language Teaching (ELT) has shifted its focus to the available modes, mediums and trends. The stylistic shifts have been from traditional to the formal style. Consequently there are sharp indications of swiftly shifting paradigms of ELT in India. This anthology concentrates on the new perspectives in English Language Teaching. Various aspects of ELT have been illumined in papers drawn from eminent teachers and researchers both in and outside India. It incisively epitomizes how special paradigmatic searches of the young generation have contributed to the establishment of the prevailing interests and overwhelmingly altered the global scene. The book, it is expected, will provide deeper insights into the subject and indeed find a warm welcome in the hands of the connoisseurs of English Language Teaching in India. Contents : Preface; 1. Using Effective English to Meet the Various Communicative Functions of Business Conversationsâ"Meenakshi Raman; 2. English Language and Communication Skillsâ"Mahendra Singh Dhaka; 3. The Communicative Approach to English Language Teachingâ"Karan Singh Yadav; 4. Changing Paradigms in English Language Teaching: Methods of ELT to Integrated Course Studentsâ"K. Balachandran; 5. E/IT & ELTâ"A Few Possible Considerations of Interfaceâ"Krushna Chandra Mishra; 6. Linguistic Realities in Second Language Educationâ"Pratibha Gupta; 7. Second Language Development in Flood-Prone Areaâ"Pratibha Gupta; 8. Exploring Classroom Strategies in the Wake of E/IT-ELT Interfaceâ"Krushna Chandra Mishra and N.P. Mahapatra; 9. Relevance of Introducing English as a Subject from the First Standardâ"Mallikarjun Patil; 1. English for the Socially Disadvantaged: A Skill Focal Model of Remediation at Tertiary Levelâ"K. Ponni; 11. Pedagogical Implications in Using Multimedia Language Labâ"Pushp Lata; 12. English for Specific Purposes (ESP): A Developing Branch of EFLâ"Hitesh D. Raviya; 13. Modality, Mood and Modal Auxiliaries: A Critiqueâ"Prashant Mishra; 14. The Socio-Cultural Aspects and Language Learningâ"K. Balachandran; 15. Linguistic Complexities and Realizations: A Tribute to Rajul Bhargavaâ"Bernice J.M. West and Michael H. Lyon; 16. Ebonicsâ"J. Samuel Kirubahar and Anita Evelyn; 17. Stylistics and the Teaching of Literature at the College Levelâ"Prashant Mishra; 18. Globalizing English Studies in Indiaâ"Harish Narang; 19. Decolonising Teaching Materials and Strategies: Towards an Alternative Pedagogicsâ"C. Kannan; 2. Foreign Influence on English Languageâ"Mallikarjun Patil; 21. Gesture in the Fine Artsâ"R. Chanana; 22. Role of Regulatory Bodies and Quality of Technical Educationâ"K. Sudha Rao; Contributors Printed Pages: 360. Seller Inventory # 70337

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A.K. Roy

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. All the chapters of this book constitute the proceedings of the National Symposium entitled Rhizosphere Biotechnology/Microbes Retrospects and prospects held on 29-30 November, 2004, at Department of Botany, T.M. Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur (Bihar). This book includes Special lectures, Review articles and Research papers in the form of Book chapters covering almost all aspects of focal theme of the symposium, which will be of immense utility to the researchers, P.G. students and to those working in allied field. Contents: 1. AM fungi as biofertilizers: Retrospect and Prospects 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 & 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 and B.N. Chakraborty 13. Biopesticides Need and Future J.K. Johri 14. Multiple application of Rhizobium as nitrogen fixer, pestic-ides 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.N. Singh, N.K. Gautam and A.K. Roy Printed Pages: 206. Seller Inventory # 66465

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Ashok Kumar (ed.)

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Language and technology being two major focuses of educational reform in Indian higher education, teachers of English as a foreign language have to cope with the challenges of technological and pedagogical shifts taking place in the teaching profession. English is widely acknowledged as an international language, and it serves as an effective medium of instruction in the Indian educational institutions. English Language Teaching (ELT) has shifted its focus to the available modes, mediums and trends. The stylistic shifts have been from traditional to the formal style. Consequently there are sharp indications of swiftly shifting paradigms of ELT in India. This anthology concentrates on the new perspectives in English Language Teaching. Various aspects of ELT have been illumined in papers drawn from eminent teachers and researchers both in and outside India. It incisively epitomizes how special paradigmatic searches of the young generation have contributed to the establishment of the prevailing interests and overwhelmingly altered the global scene. The book, it is expected, will provide deeper insights into the subject and indeed find a warm welcome in the hands of the connoisseurs of English Language Teaching in India. Contents : Preface; 1. Using Effective English to Meet the Various Communicative Functions of Business Conversationsâ"Meenakshi Raman; 2. English Language and Communication Skillsâ"Mahendra Singh Dhaka; 3. The Communicative Approach to English Language Teachingâ"Karan Singh Yadav; 4. Changing Paradigms in English Language Teaching: Methods of ELT to Integrated Course Studentsâ"K. Balachandran; 5. E/IT & ELTâ"A Few Possible Considerations of Interfaceâ"Krushna Chandra Mishra; 6. Linguistic Realities in Second Language Educationâ"Pratibha Gupta; 7. Second Language Development in Flood-Prone Areaâ"Pratibha Gupta; 8. Exploring Classroom Strategies in the Wake of E/IT-ELT Interfaceâ"Krushna Chandra Mishra and N.P. Mahapatra; 9. Relevance of Introducing English as a Subject from the First Standardâ"Mallikarjun Patil; 1. English for the Socially Disadvantaged: A Skill Focal Model of Remediation at Tertiary Levelâ"K. Ponni; 11. Pedagogical Implications in Using Multimedia Language Labâ"Pushp Lata; 12. English for Specific Purposes (ESP): A Developing Branch of EFLâ"Hitesh D. Raviya; 13. Modality, Mood and Modal Auxiliaries: A Critiqueâ"Prashant Mishra; 14. The Socio-Cultural Aspects and Language Learningâ"K. Balachandran; 15. Linguistic Complexities and Realizations: A Tribute to Rajul Bhargavaâ"Bernice J.M. West and Michael H. Lyon; 16. Ebonicsâ"J. Samuel Kirubahar and Anita Evelyn; 17. Stylistics and the Teaching of Literature at the College Levelâ"Prashant Mishra; 18. Globalizing English Studies in Indiaâ"Harish Narang; 19. Decolonising Teaching Materials and Strategies: Towards an Alternative Pedagogicsâ"C. Kannan; 2. Foreign Influence on English Languageâ"Mallikarjun Patil; 21. Gesture in the Fine Artsâ"R. Chanana; 22. Role of Regulatory Bodies and Quality of Technical Educationâ"K. Sudha Rao; Contributors Printed Pages: 360. Seller Inventory # 70337

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S B Verma; Mahendra Singh and Rajeev Kumar

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176298832 ISBN 13: 9788176298834

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Environmental education 1. Environment education need of the hour/Srikanta K. Panigrahi. 2. Environmental education/Mazhar Ali Sabri. 3. Research issues in environmental economics/I. Sundar. 4. Environmental issues in Prawn culture/A. Valliammai and C. Thangamuthu. 5. Economic environment concept and factors affecting/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 6. Environment Biodiversity Women/K. Vijayanti Mala. 7. Role of internal environment/K. Vijayanti Mala. 8. It pays to be an environmentalist/Shobha S.V. II. Health and environment 9. Environment population and economic development/Prashant Pandey and Neetu Kaushik. 10. Environment and quality of rural life/A.A. Siddiqui. 11. Creating environmental awareness/I. Mohan. 12. Environmental awareness educational level/R. Vijaya and Anadhavalli Mahadevan. 13. Two billion people are dying for it/Rajan Nair. 14. Effect of air pollutions on health/D.K Pandey. III. Environmental pollution 15. Agriculture and climate change/Debashis Chakraborty. 16. Climatic change implications for national security/Upendra Choudhury. 17. Bio diesel can it avert crisis/B.K. Tiwary. 18. e Wastes/M. Pasupathi Raj. 19. Pollution in space/Srikanta K. Panigrahi. 20. Combating air pollution in India/Satyanarayana Pattnaik. 21. Environmental pollution and agriculture its management/N.C. Sarkar and B.N. Mishra. 22. Noise pollution a silent killer/Prasoon Kumar Singh and A.K. Pal. 23. Noise pollution and its solution/Upasana Mishra and Gyanendra Kumar Mishra. 24. Biomonitoring of environmental pollution/Birendra Kumar Yadav and A. Christopher Lourduraj. IV. Environment and development 25. Environment people's participation and sustainable rural development/N. Mukundan. 26. Sustainable resource use through participation/Srikanta K. Panigrahi. 27. Environment and sustainable rural development/Jagannath Pati. 28. Environment and poverty alleviation programmes/I. Mohan. 29. Improving environment of rural area/I. Mohan. 30. Environmental degradation in rural area/Pawan Kumar. 31. Environmental and social responsibility of corporate business/I. Sundar. 32. WTO and environment/G.K. Sharma. 33. Environment development and occupational problems/H. Mahadevan. 34. Bio Diversity conservation through regional planning/I. Sundar.35. Deforestation and its consequences/V.S. Gupta. 36. Environmental consideration in road projects/D.K. Pandey. 37. Sustainable rural development and environmental protection/P.B. Patil and T.A. Shivare. V. Forest and development 38. Urban forestry/Srikanta K. Panigrahi. 39. JFM in new millennium some issues/P.K. Saxena. 40. Environmental holocaust in Himalayan ecosystem/R.D. Gupta and M.R. Khajuria. Index. Environment is one of the most important pillars of sustainable development process in rural India is urgent from various considerations social economic and environmental. Environmental aspect assumes great significance in view of growing deforestation activities soil erosion water pollution land degradation biodiversity loss and the like which continue to worsen and hinder economic development in rural India. The common property resources which are by and large natural resources must be protected and enriched for overall growth of the rural areas. Such efforts will not only lead to optimum utilisation of natural resources but also generate more employment opportunities for rural people. 354 pp. Seller Inventory # 60935

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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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D S Bhardwaj; Krishan K Kamra; Manjula Chaudhary; Ravi Bhushan Kumar; S S Boora; Mohinder Chand

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About this Item: Kanishka, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Tourism education 1. Tourism education in changing tourism business environment/Krishan K. Boora and Meenu Dutt. 2. Tourism education as a front runner in the race for pocketing the tourist dollar/Rama Kanta Mishra. 3. Professionalizing the tourism education/Ranbir Singh. 4. Re engineering tourism industry through information technology initiatives/Vikram Singh Dalbir Singh and Ranbir Singh. 5. Tourism education and training programmes/A.B. Kharpas. 6. Re designing tourism education linkage between academic institutions and tourism industry/Filipe Rodrigues e Melo. 7. Tourism education and tourism industry in India/Kavita A. Jain. 8. Tourism education in India a qualitative and quantitative analysis/S.P. Bansal and Prashant Kumar Gautam. 9. Preparing tourism professionals through educational tours the Indian context/Ravi Bhushan Kumar. 10. Changing trends in job opportunities for tourism professionals in tourism industry a case study/Mrs. Dulari R. Qureshi. 11. Linking tourism programmes with industry/S.S. Boora and Ajit Singh. II. Case studies 12. Qualitative assessment of tourism education for Indian tour operating sector/Vinay Chauhan. 13. HRD in Indian hospitality industry an analysis of changing dimension/Mohinder Chand. 14. Quality of work life in hotel industry of Jammu/Vinay Chauhan and Ms. Suvidha Khanna. 15. Tourism education in Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University its impact on tourism industry of Aurangabad a case study/Miss. Farah Naaz Gauri. 16. New tourism avenues in India health tourism/Satish Kumar and M.K. Sehgal. 17. Case study on Keoladeo Ghana National Park Bharatpur/Umendra Narayan Shukla. 18. An appraisal of tourism in Haryana/Sultan Singh and Ankeshwar Parkash. 19. Impact of tourism on floral diversity of Dwarahat hills of Kumaon Himalaya Uttaranchal/Deepak Kholiya Laxmi Rawat and Preeti Joshi. 20. Kurukshetra as an international tourist destination opportunities and challenges/Virender Singhal. 21. Role of museums in the promotion of tourism a case study of Jammu region/Umesh Choudhary and Deepak Raj Gupta. 22. Food hygiene and sanitation the perennial problem in hotels/Vinti Davar. Index. 248 pp. Seller Inventory # 60174

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G Tripathi and A Kumar

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About this Item: Discovery. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. I. Fertility control potentials: 1. Antifertility potential of gram-negative bacterial endotoxins/Y.K. Jaiswal and Kaushik Deb. 2. Antifertility potential of Carica papaya in mammalian reproduction/Angel Gupta, Mangla Bhide and Seema Modi. II. Insect and livestock potentials: 3. Lac insects and their host-plants/K. Krishan Sharma and K.K. Kumar. 4. Pollination potentiality of honeybees in crop production/D. Rajagopal and N. Nagaraja. 5. Livestock resources of Indian Himalayas: present status, constraints and future thrusts/S.K. Verma and K.S. Dadhwal. III. Aquatic resource potentials: 6. State of coral reefs in India/T.K. Ghosh. 7. Seaweeds: fascinating marine bioresources/Lalita N. Sangolkar and T.K. Ghosh. 8. Potentials of molluscs/Amita Saxena. IV. Phytomedicinal potentials: 9. Phytomedicinal research: towards new perspectives based on indigenous knowledge system/Y.C. Tripathi and Sushma Singh. V. Ethnomedicinal potentials: 10. Ethnomedicinal plants of Jharkhand/Prashant K. Mishra. 11. Economic benefits of the Acacia for the people of dry region/G. Singh and S. Mutha. 12. Bamboo - the green gold of Northeastern India/Y.C. Tripathi, Sushma Singh and P. Hazarika. 13. Eco-restoration and the stabilisation of degraded minespoil and landslides areas/K.S. Dadhwal and G.P. Juyal. VI. Environmental management potentials: 14. The fourth law of thermodynamics in ecologic research/Swapan C. Deb. 15. Cytochrome P450 and other biotransformation activity in aquatic organisms: potential biomarkers to environmental pollution/S. Arun and P. Subramanian. 16. Multidimensional problem of environmental refugees and national obligation/Abhijit Datta, Sunita Dutta, P.N. Pandey and Shanta Kaviraj. 17. Potentials of earthworm resources in environmental amelioration/G. Tripathi and P. Bhardwaj. 18. Potential predators for aphid management/Omkar and Geetanjali Mishra. 19. Soil fauna in sustainable management of agroecosystem/G. Tripathi, S. Ram and B.M. Sharma. The book embodies information on dynamic potentials of living resources. It encompasses different chapters drafted by leading scientists. The whole set up is divided into six sections namely, fertility control potentials, insect and livestock potentials, aquatic resource potentials, phytomedicinal potentials, ecotechnological potentials and environment management potentials. Each section deals with few topics of crucial importance. First section describes antifertility properties of bacterial endotoxin and papaya. Second section documents diversity and usefulness of lac insects, honeybees and livestock resources. Third section reports potentiality of aquatic bioresources such as sea weeds, corals and molluscs. The next section comprises medicinal importance of plants. The subsequent section explains ecotechnological perspectives and accomplishments. The last section reveals potentials of biological resources in environmental management including environmental biomarkers, problem of refugees, earthworms in pollution abatement, aphid biocontrol and fauna in agroecosystem management. The entire compilation is lucid and readable. This book may be useful to the students, teachers and scientists associated with the subjects of zoology, botany, environmental biology, ecology, agriculture and biotechnology. 617 pp. Seller Inventory # 50078

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S B Verma; Shiw Kumar Jiloka and Kannaki Das

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176298840 ISBN 13: 9788176298841

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Rural Education 1. Rural education issues and initiatives/Anant Mital. 2. Free and compulsory education challenges for rural areas/Nalini Juneja. 3. Education of girls building bridges for future/Sandeep Kumar. 4. Backward and forward linkages strengthen primary education/Vimala Ramachandran. 5. Panchayati Raj and education in rural areas/Ajit Kumar. 6. Dropout problem among tribal students at school level/B.R. Kukreti and Manoj Kumar Saxena. 7. Tribal education in India/P.K. Mohanty. 8. Impact of shifting cultivation on primary education/Madhusudan J.V. 9. Status of tribal education/K. Raja Mohan Rao and S. Vaidehi. 10. Evolvement of district information system for education/Arun C. Mehta. 11. Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan/D.K. Padhi. 12. Shifting cultivation and its affect on primary education/Madhusudan J.V. 13. Primary education in rural areas/S. Rajakutty. 14. Linkage between education and business institutions/T.R. Gurumoorthy. 15. Resource education/Anil P. Joshi. 16. Basic education for rural areas/V.S. Gupta. 17. Rural education for social change/Navin Chandra Joshi. 18. Education problems and reforms/S.M. Rafique. 19. Impact of adult education on development in India/S.Y. Shah. 20. Science literacy for a changing future/Narottam Sahoo. 21. Making economic sense of Indian science/R.A. Mashelkar. 22. Publishing exam results on the net/Neeta Verma and M. Kamlakkannan. 23. Universalization of education a challenge/Vijay Kulkarni. 24. India as a knowledge society/K. Venkatasubramanian. 25. Education and policies for physically challenged/Prashant Ranjan Dutt. 26. Education for youth in the global society/Karan Singh. 27. Vocational education for development of rural India/M.M. Luther. 28. Open learning in the context of globalisation/M.M. Ansari. 29. Peace education/S.K. Yerankar. 30. Return to innocence value education in the post modern age/Saswat S. Das. 31. Educational institutions and human values/Bharat Singh Negi. II. Rural Technologies 32. Role of science and technology in sustainable development/R. Dayanandan. 33. Krishi Vigyan Kendras Grass root endeavours in transfer of technology/Nisha Aravind and D. Rakhesh. 34. Rural renaissance through rural technologies/Bharat R. Sant. 35. Rural empowerment through decentralized technology/Anil P. Joshi. 36. National agricultural technology project transcending technology gap/Aditya Keshari Mishra. 37. Institutional linkages for Micro enterprises development/N. Mohanan and V. Kulandaiswamy. 38. Technology development and transfer in mountain areas/Sunil K. Agarwal. 39. Expert system an effective tool for technology transfer/S.C. Sharma and B.L. Dhaka. III. Biotechnology in rural India 40. Biotechnology in India A bird's eye view/S. Natesh. 41. Biotechnology new technology for rural transformation/Gursharan Singh Kainth. 42. Patents in biotechnology/V. Lakshmikumaran. 43. Fingerprinting of a different kind CDFD in service of mankind/Swatantra Radhakrishnan. 44. Biotechnology industry and its future role in Indian economy/Swami Prakash Srivastava. 45. Biotechnology in erosion control and slope stabilization/R.K. Khitoliya. 46. Building global excellence through scientist entrepreneurs/Kiran Mazumdar Shaw. 47. Biotechnology and intellectual property rights/J.P. Mishra. Index. Education in rural areas despite being promoted on a grand scale by the government still struggles for survival. Increase in drop out rate decrease in enrolment rate lack of infrastructural facilities indifferent attitude of teachers towards students and vague understanding of the benefits of education among the parents of rural children are some of the major ills plaguing educational scenario in rural areas. One of the biggest problems facing the spread of education in deprived areas is the timely release of funds from the government. Community participation in education in rural areas not only ensures physical and human facilities at schools but also motivates the teachers to achieve highe. Seller Inventory # 60936

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Davis George; J G Valan Arasu; Pragyesh Agrawal and Mahendra K Gupta

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ISBN 10: 8131303535 ISBN 13: 9788131303535

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About this Item: APH, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Motivation key to quality enhancement/Davis George. 2. Student participation for quality enhancement in higher education/A.D. N. Bajpai and J.G. Valan Arasu. 3. Information technology an effective tool for quality enhancement in higher education/P.K. Singhal. 4. Teachers as catalysts redefining roles and responsibilities/Neelanjana Pathak. 5. New vistas in higher education collaborative efforts of teacher and taught/Anjali D'souza. 6. Empowering students for employability/Tilak Chatterjee. 7. Teaching and learning in higher education/Shobha Diwakar. 8. Student perspective need of higher education for employability/Priyanka Parmar and Pragyesh Agrawal. 9. Student participation in higher education/Aarti Kanojiya. 10. Social responsibility in higher education/Marcel Ekka S.J. 11. Importance of teacher education/Anjali P. Thakare Kishor Khatriya and Sunita Devi. 12. Producing workers employability and quality in higher education/Elena Philip. 13. Participatory learning for quality enhancement in higher education/Deepa Pal and Pragyesh Agrawal. 14. Information highway an effective tool for enhancing higher education/Mahendra K. Gupta. 15. Private professional education in India/I.S. Gujral and Vimmi Pandey. 16. Gender equity a challenge for higher education/Mandira Kar. 17. Pythagoras and quality assurance/Mita Darbari. 18. Role of educational leadership in quality enhancement/P.K. Dutta. 19. Novel methodologies for quality enhancement in higher education/Lakshman Pandey and Pramod Chaitanya. 20. Teacher student relationships and interactions on self development and motivation/Joydeep Dutta and Pradeep K. Dubey. 21. E learning the effective distance learning/Priti Gupta. 22. Teaching and learning in higher education/M.M. Mutisaddi. 23. Teaching and learning in higher education with reference to Assam/P. De. 24. Teaching and learning in higher education/L.V. Padmarani Rao. 25. Healthy teacher student relation key to a successful nation/Anuradha V. Pagedar. 26. Higher education for employability/Pearly Jerry. 27. Influence of society culture and education on students/M. Rajpoot. 28. Parameters for evaluating teaching and learning/Roshmi Mallick and Pragyesh Agrawal. 29. Understanding the basic and higher education for exceptional children/Shilpi Tiwari. 30. Higher education in 21 century challenges and opportunities/Sankalp Jogi. 31. Higher education management and necessity of teachers training/Shariatmadari Mehdi and Somayeh Mahdi. 32. Synergizing efforts of NAAC in quality enhancement in higher education/Varghese C. Antony. 33. Use of ICT in higher education/Vani Subramanyam. 34. Information technology organizations impact on higher education/Vimmi Pandey and G.K. Chandok. 35. Teaching and learning in higher education/Vineeta Tiwari. 36. Academic Calendar an innovative programme/Savita Desai and Prashant Shah. 37. Impact of globalization on higher and technical education/G.K. Chandok P. Gupta S. Jaiswal M.S. Gaur V. Shukla and R.S. Chandok. 38. Student participation and quality enhancement in higher education/S.A. Dahatonde. The development of socio economical structure of a country depends on its education system. The academic level of citizens plays an important role in strengthening the social economical and technological fabric of a nation. Higher education is a major contributor in the overall progress of any country. Innovative strategies need to be evolved for tackling new local as well as global issues which are confronted by developing countries these days. There has been a growing emphasis on the local and regional role of higher education to the extent that over three quarters of institutions now refer to local and/or regional objectives in their strategic plans. For a developing country like India higher education should be treated as the governing factor for making the best use of its human as well as natural resources. Higher education of course is responsible for producing learned citizens with. Seller Inventory # 68132

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Pawan Kumar Taneja; Sandhir Sharma; Gautam Bansal and P P Singh

Published by New Century, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8177081004 ISBN 13: 9788177081008

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About this Item: New Century, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Punjab College of Technical Education (PCTE). Editor's Profile. Editor's Note on the Book. I. Globalisation Opportunities and Challenges 1. Holistic management of global economy the fourth wave/H.H. Jha Bidyarthi and P.N. Jha. 2. Impact of globalization on Indian agriculture production and trade/Prashant Salwan. 3. Opportunities and threats to enter global economy/G.D. Sardana and Sumeet Singh Jasial. 4. E marketing as a strategic tool for marketing in the 21 century/Harpreet Kaur. 5. Impact of globalization on technological environment/Khushdeep Dharni. 6. Paradigm shift in micro finance institutions a futuristic model/Geetika Neeraj Pandey and Kingshuk Das. 7. Impact of globalisation towards ethical business focus/Surinder Pal Singh. 8. Foreign Direct Investment and export growth in India/Sadananda Prusty. 9. Role of corporate social reporting in global economy/Suprava Sahu. II. Management of Human Resources 10. Impact of globalization on human resources/Aleena Sharma. 11. Leadership dynamics in a global economy/Dindayal Swain. 12. Second Basel Accord (Basel II) issues and challenges for India/Dhiraj Sharma. 13. Managing employees in a global marketplace/Mary Ipe. 14. Management of human resources in the global arena issues and challenges/Leena Shrivastav. 15. Succession planning and leadership development in a global economy the Indian experience/V.V. Ramani Nandita Sethi and Bala Kiran. 16. Managing work force diversity in MNCs a case study of Monsanto India Ltd./Neelam Rani Suneja and Shailja Verma. 17. Talent management/Renu Luthra and Manisha Seth. 18. Changing face of human resource management in the new millennium/Varsha Dixit. 19. Management of global human resources/Vivek Kumar. III. Information Technology and Marketing of Services 20. India a global tourism Hub/M.K. Sehgal Adarsh Kumar Aggarwal and Hirak Das Gupta. 21. Impact of relationship marketing on behavioural customer loyalty/MJF Fazeela Ahsan. 22. Linkage model for business education institutions/Rukhsana Kalim and Rahmat Ullah. 23. Management education and NGOs role and issues/Ranjana Agarwal. 24. Retailing in a global economy with special reference to Indian industry/Jasnoor Kaur and O.P. Sahni. 25. Liberalizing international trade in services challenges in e governance and service branding/Komal Chopra. 26. India as a hub of global health care through medical tourism/P. Kannadas and C. Muthuvelayutham. 27. Indian banking managing transformation through information technology/R.K. Uppal. 28. Impact and implications of globalization on management education/Sapna Hooda. IV. Management Functions in the Emerging Scenario 29. Supply chain knowledge management technology strategy/A. Lakshmi Kanth. 30. Managerial role in international marketing strategies/S.K. Bhatt Arunabh Mishra and Julius Mogaka Gekonde. 31. Dynamics of rural marketing/Meera Kulkarni and Vaidehi Pandurengan. 32. Aligning information technology to global business strategy/Jaspal Singh Baldev Singh and Manohar Singh. 33. Consumption behavior of young consumers in Pakistan/M. Mahmood Shah Khan. 34. Venture capitalists an Indian perspective/Neeti Agrawal. 35. Web enabled supply chain management/Prashant M. More. 36. Supply chain performance through SCOR model/Prashant More and Rupa S. Bindu. 37. Building information management/Rachit Garg and Manohar Singh. 38. Entry strategies of automobile manufacturers the case of Indian Automobile Industry/Rajiv Kumar Garg. 39. Branding challenges for global competitiveness/Ruchi Shah. 40. Globalisation and business management with special reference to Bangladesh/Anwar Hossain. 41. Perceptions about gender discrimination against women at workplace/Kashif Ur Rehman Nasir Ahmed Muhammed Shahbaz Shabbir and Muhammad Iqbal Saif. 42. Stress management in the banking sector/Sandhir Sharma Pawan Taneja and R.K. Gupta. The emergence of World Trade Organisation (WTO) has changed the world economic order. Economies of the world are opening up and integrating w. Seller Inventory # 58445

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Gupta, M.D.; Gupta, Prashant

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ISBN 10: 8173016917 ISBN 13: 9788173016912

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H P Singh and M M Mustaffa

Published by Westville Pub, New Delhi (2009)

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About this Item: Westville Pub, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. About the Authors. Acronyms. Contributors. 1. Research and development in banana and plantain national and international scenario/H.P. Singh. 2. Gene safeguard and management of plant genetic resources in IPR regime/S.K. Sharma and Pratibha Brahmi. 3. Screening of banana to biotic stresses/M.A. Hasan R. Ray Chowdhury S. Sarkar and K.K. Mandal. 4. Screening of banana hybrids for nematode resistance/P.S. Kavitha T.N. Balamohan K. Poornima and E.I. Jonathan. 5. Development of transgenic in banana for resistance to diseases/Sukhada Mohandas. 6. Advances in R&D in transgenic banana/A. Das S.N. Gupta and B. Bandyopadhyay. 7. Establishment of embryogenic cell suspensions for development of transgenic hill banana resistant to banana bunchy top virus/R. Selvarajan R. Rajmohan V. Balasubramanian T. Rajesh S. Uma and M.M. Mustaffa. 8. Tissue culture in banana with low cost resource utilization/A. Das and S.N. Gupta. 9. Overcoming occurrence of variants in tissue culture banana/V. Mache Gowda T. Shiddlingeswara G.C. Raghavendra Prasad and P. Narayana Swamy.10. In vitro selection of salt tolerant and its commercial application/Daksha Bhatt and Prashant. 11. Karyomorphology in natural banana hybrids/A. Rekha and S.C. Hiremath. 12. Breeding banana cultivars and hybrids for resistance to nematodes/P.S. Kavitha T.N. Balamohan D. Veeraragavathatham and K. Poornima. 13. Genetic variability and correlation studies of Ecotypes of nendran banana/P.S. Kavitha T.N. Balamohan D. Veeraragavathatham and K. Poornima. 14. Intraclonal variation in Musa (AAB) Palayankodan/C. Rajamanickam K. Rajmohan and S. Balasubramanyan. 15. Induced variation in diploid South Indian banana cultivars/G. Praveen S. Mukunthakumar P.N. Krishnan and S. Seeni. 16. Screening banana germplasm for drought tolerance/I. Ravi and S. Uma. 17. Screening banana hybrids for resistance to fusarium wilt/P.S. Kavitha T.N. Balamohan R. Samiyappan and L. Rajendran. 18. Ploidy assessment in banana hybrids/P.S. Kavitha T.N. Balamohan and L. Nalina. 19. Overcoming barriers in seed setting and germination in banana/A. Rekha D.S. Ambika and M.R. Dinesh. 20. Nutritional dynamics in banana for enhancing productivity/S.C. Kotur. 21. High tech system for production of quality banana and plantain/B.M.C. Reddy and V. Kumar. 22. Quality management system for banana production in India/M.M. Mustaffa and H.P. Singh. 23. Blemish free quality banana and plantain production/P. Sundararaju. 24. Biological techniques for nutrient management in banana/George V. Thomas. 25. Good agricultural practices for domestic and export markets of banana/T.N. Balamohan. 26. Quality production of banana for domestic and export markets/Jai Oberoi. 27. Mechanization for quality banana production/Pitam Chandra. 28. Coconut based banana production system/George V. Thomas. 29. Improved technologies for vegetable banana production/Vishal Nath Dinesh Kumar and V. Pandey. 30. Banana production in Thailand/Pitswati Buara. 31. Production standards for banana for export in Taiwan/Chih Ping Chao. 32. Cultivation of banana in Terai zone of West Bengal/C.P. Suresh S.K. Ghosh P. Deb and M.A. Hasan. 33. Production and utilization of banana in Karnataka/K. Ramakrishanappa. 34. Production and utilization of banana in Maharashtra/B.V. Gopal Reddy and P.V. Firke. 35. Technologies for banana leaf cultivation/T.N. Balamohan V. Jegadeeswari J. Auxilia and L. Nalina. 36. Using bunch covers to get quality banana/M.A. Hasan S. Sarkar R. Ray Chowdhury and D. Majumder. 37. Development of flavour in ratoon crop of tissue cultured banana/L. Nalina N. Kumar P. Jeyakumar J. Auxcilia P.S. Kavitha and T.N. Balamohan. 38. Banana for better nutritional and livelihood security/C.K. Narayana S.D. Sivakumar and M.M. Mustaffa. 39. Shelf life and quality development in Banana/K.B. Sheela M. Reni V.K. Raju and P.B. Pushpalatha. 40. Osmotic dehydration in banana slices/Dattatreya M. Kadam Devinder Dhingra Mathhew Prasad and R.T. Patil. 41. Seller Inventory # 74910

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Ranvir Singh; Hari Har Ram and J P Tiwari

Published by G B Pant Univ of Agri and Tech

ISBN 10: 8121103932 ISBN 13: 9788121103930

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About this Item: G B Pant Univ of Agri and Tech. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents: 1. Current status of vegetable crop improvement using indigenous germplasm in India/Hari Har Ram. 2. Asian Vegetable Research and Development Centre Shanhua Taiwan International Centre for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) Cali Colombia and Pantnagar Centre for Plant Genetic Resources Pantnagar a collaborative approach in acquisition of elite germplasm/Hari Har Ram and R.K. Pant. 3. Evaluation of indigenous germplasm of cucurbits at Pantnagar/Hari Har Ram D.K. Singh H.R. Jaiswal R.K. Dubey Rupa Upadhyay S.K. Maurya A.K. Chaubey Deepak Rai and R.K. Singh. 4. Indigenous cucurbits germplasm and their breeding potential/D.K. Singh Hari Har Ram and H.R. Jaiswal. 5. Released vegetable varieties from Pantnagar/Hari Har Ram and Dinesh Kumar Singh. 6. Status of collection characterization evaluation and utilization of brinjal germplasm in India/Y.V. Singh. 7. Status and role of indigenous germplasm in varietal development of spices/R.S. Tiwari Ankur Agarwal and R.K. Dubey. 8. Varietal variation in released varieties of vegetable crops from Pantnagar by SDS PAGE of seed protein/Kavita Sharma and Hari Har Ram. 9. Potential and limitations of indigenous germplasm based improved vegetable cultivars for export/D.K. Singh and U. B. Pandey. 10. Improvement of onion and garlic using indigenous germplasm in Uttaranchal/R.V. Singh. 11. Indigenous vegetable germplasm potential and application/N.K. Singh and Narendra Kumar. 12. Variability genetic diversity and utilization of garden pea germplasm under mid hill condition of NW Himalayas/Shri Dhar H.S. Gupta and S.V. Sai Prasad. 13. Improvement of guava using indigenous strains/J.P. Tiwari Brijpal Bisen and D.S. Mishra. 14. Conservation characterization and utilization of indigenous germplasm of horticultural crops at NBPGR Regional Station Shimla/V.D. Verma S.K. Yadav J.C. Rana and B.S. Dhillon. 15. Indigenous plant bio diversity and its utilization in improvement of fruit crops in Himalayas/D.C. Dimri M.C. Nautiyal and Prashant Kamboj. 16. Fruit germplasm maintained at NBPGR Regional Station Bhowali Nainital/S.K. Verma K.S. Negi K.C. Muneem Sandhya Gupta S.K. Malik and K.K. Mishra. 17. Assessment of indigenous germplasm of temperate fruits against major pests in India/S.S. Singh V.K. Rao and N.C. Nainwal. 18. RAPD PCR amplification of some ecologically and medicinally important species of the family Asteraceae/Kavita Sharma and P.B. Rao. 19. Role of indigenous germplasm in flower improvement/Prabhat Kumar and Santosh Kumar. 20. Plant bio diversity in Uttaranchal for horticultural crops with emphasis on indigenous and rare types/R.K. Pant. 21. Long term performance of low chill pears in subtropical plains/L.D. Bist and Ashish Yadav. 22. Geranium: crop prospective in Uttaranchal/Arvind Shukla. 23. Flora of higher plants of Pantnagar agricultural complex/P.B. Rao R.K. Agnihotri and Kavita Sharma. 364 pp. Seller Inventory # 50399

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D S Bhardwaj; Manjula Chaudhary; S S Boora; Krishan K Kamra; Ravi Bhushan Kumar; Mohinder Chand

Published by Kanishka, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8173918333 ISBN 13: 9788173918339

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About this Item: Kanishka, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Tourism growth and trends 1. Tourism in India an overview/Sultan Singh and M.S. Turan. 2. Trends in world tourism and optimal business strategy an Indian context/Raj Kumar. 3. Global tourism trends/S.P. Bansal and Prashant Kumar Gautam. 4. Tourism trends in developing countries a case of China/S.S. Boora. 5. The global importance of tourism/Ashish Saihjpal Harsh Vineet Kaur and Sawtantar Singh. 6. GATS and the tourism industry/Neelam Rani Suneja and Amita. 7. Future developments in tourism/Suhas D. Pathak. 8. Safety and security of foreign tourists in India an exploratory study/Surender Pal Singh and Mohit Vij. 9. Tourism and hospitality industry in India emerging issues/M.L. Singla. Tourism marketing and information technology 10. Trends and issues in tourism in India/Ajay Suneja. 11. Tourism marketing issues and challenges/Siddharatha Shankar. 12. Are festivals an effective marketing strategy a case study of Ellora Aurangabad festivals/Dulari Qureshi. 13. Destination marketing and planning some issues in tourism in Goa/Debasish Mazumdar and G.V. Joshi. 14. Revenue management in hotel industry/Vinay Goyal. 15. Sustainable tourism marketing/Adarsh Batra. 16. Role of Information Communication and Technology (ICT) in hospitality education/R.H. Taxak. 17. Challenges of tourism industry facing through information technology/Pardeep Ahlawat and S.C. Kundu. 18. Tourism behaviour pattern of servicemen category an empirical experience/Neelam Dhanda and Ramesh Lal. III. Emerging paradigms and impacts of tourism 19. Sustainable tourism development plan a conceptual framework/Mohinder Chand. 20. Eco tourism linking tourism the environment and concepts of sustainability/M.K. Sehgal and Shubhum Gaur. 21. Sustainable tourism a case study/Ashok Aima Deepak Raj Gupta and Sonia Sharma. 22. Buddhist tourism in India a conceptualisation/Ravi Bhushan Kumar. 23. The health tourism industry in India a perspective/M.K. Sehgal and Divya Gupta. 24. Asian health tourism industry an Indian perspective/Hirak Dasgupta and Adarsh Kumar Aggarwal. 25. Infrastructure for tourism in India/Ajay Suneja Kirti Kaushik and Ritu Bajaj. 26. Globalisation of tourism and its impact a case study of Goa/Filipe Rodriguese Melo. 27. Personality correlates of sensation seeking among adventure tourists/Umed Singh and Nidhi Verma. 28. Geographical effects on Indian history and tourism a critical analysis/Achintya Mahapatra. IV. Human resource development 29. Domestic tourism and human resource development problems and prospects/Farah Naaz Gauri. 30. International tourism and human resource management strategies/Nirmala Chaudhary and Sudesh. V. Case studies 31. Food quality in the hotel industry practice and guest's perception/Vinti Davar. 32. Terrorism and tourism in J & K an empirical study/Vinay Chauhan and Suvidha Khanna. 33. Promotion of cultural heritage and rural tourism through pilgrimage tourism a case study/Deepak Raj Gupta and Poonam Sharma. 34. Perspectives of Orissa tourism in the context of global tourism a study/Achintya Mahapatra. 35. Chhatishgarh an emerging tourist destination/Susanta Ranjan Chaini. 36. Identifying potential of eco tourism for sustainability in Uttaranchal/Pratima Sharma. 37. A spatial analysis of beach tourism development in Pernem Taluka (Goa)/S.M. Ambli. 38. Tourism development in Arunachal Pradesh problems and prospects/Rama Kanta Mishra. 39. Safety and security perception of pilgrims visiting Jammu/Bharti Gupta. Index. 377 pp. Seller Inventory # 60206

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R S Jalal and Nandan Singh Bisht

Published by Sarup, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8176257818 ISBN 13: 9788176257817

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Contributors. Preface. I. Global Trade Policy liberalisation and WTO 1. Multilateralism globalisation and business bargaining in WTO Deliberations some implications for developing countries/R.S. Jalal. 2. Distortions and asymmetries in global trading order implications for developing areas/M.R. Aggarwal. 3. Liberalisation of Indian economy reflections on the external sectors/R. Shashi Kumar. 4. Dialectics of economic reform implications of a regime change/S.V. Bokil. 5. Multilateralism under the Aegis of WTO Some issues and their implications for India and other developing countries/Neelam Choudhary and Rajender Gupta. 6. World Trade Organisation and its implications for developing countries/Prashant Pandey and Neetu Kaushik. 7. Impact of WTO on Indian economy/Sanjay Kumar and Nandan Singh Bisht. II. Agricultural constraints and domestic rural manufacturing 8. Role of small scale and agro based industries in India a discussion in the context of Liberalisation Policy/B. Satyanaranan. 9. Indian agriculture Trade and WTO/M.K. Ghadoliya. 10. Changes in the cropping pattern of Andhra Pradesh and its impact on food security/E. Krishna Rao. 11. Prospects of agro processed food exports under globalisation/V.P. Tripathi Sudhakar Dwivedi and Arun Bhadauria. 12. Globalisation of Indian agriculture and challenges/P. Arunachalam. 13. Need for technological innovations in agricultural sector for keeping pace with globalisation a case of North East Indian Agriculture/A.B. Rajkonwar. 14. Potentialities for export of horticulture product Indian scenario/Satish Srivastav. 15. Implications of World Trade Organisation on dairy sector of India/Kusum Maini and R.K. Lekhi. III. Challenges implications and adjustments under emerging trade order 16. Challenges posed by globalization for domestic economies of developing world/R.S. Jalal and Nandan S. Bisht. 17. GATS and Higher education some critical reflections/V.B. Kakade. 18. Challenge of protecting labour against technological unemployment/Seema Singh. 19. Impact of globalisation on Indian diaspora some implications for socio economic management/D.S. Bisht and Madhu Sah. 20. Liberalisation and FDI in India/P. Arunachalam. 21. Trade balance of India some reflections on trends vis a vis globalisation/Sanjay Tiwari and Bhartendu Singh. 22. Globalisation and disinvestment in India/Prashant Pandey. 23. Impact of privatisation on public sector enterprises and employment in India/R.S. Dhananjayan and R. Shanthi. Index. New Economic Policy (NEP) or the economic reforms package was injected in the Indian economy in 1991. A controversy is tabled for discussion even today as to whether the NEP is enthusiastically acceptable to Indian farmer the rural petty manufacturers and the class of craftsmen. As a founder member of GATT now WTO India formally accepted it and took it for granted that Indian farmers and rural industry men would be by and large gainers. Finally the Uruguay Agreement was enforced on 1 January 1995. Before Uruguay Round the Indian economy then was in a critical shape and radical changes had taken place at global level. India could not keep aloof from this new wave. Over the last decade our economy has witnessed a fairly drastic change in its growth and trade related policies. Today liberalization privatisation and globalization are the basic features of trade related policies which has compelled the government to completely overhaul policies relating to industry exim fiscal and monetary regimes in the country. Removal of the trade and non trade barriers for enhancing the size of international trade is basic objective of the WTO agenda. A decade down the line it is therefore pertinent to ask has India gained as result of liberalization policy. If not why has India not gained and what can be done to remove the constraints. This book presents a critical appraisal of aforesaid questions. It examines the multifarious problems and constraints to trade related policies. Agreements on market. Seller Inventory # 67015

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