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Amarjeet Singh, Indarjit Walia, Lakhbir Dhaliwal

ISBN 10: 8121210348 ISBN 13: 9788121210348

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About this Item: 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. 314 About The Author:- Amarjeet Singh is professor, Community Medicine, School of Public Health. He has published more than 120 research articles in various journals and also written 4 chapters in different books. He has also a co-author in 3 books on public health. His research interest include health promotion and health behavior, women's health.,(Mrs.) Indarjit Walia is principal of National Institute of Nursing Education, PGIMER, Chandigarh. She specializes in Community Health Nursing. Lakhbir Dhaliwal is Professor and Head, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, PGIMER, Chandigarh. Her research interests include Infertility, Reproductive Endocrinology, Fertility Regulation and Gynecological Oncology. She has published 90 research papers in National and International journals and presented her research work at 82 National and International Conferences. She is in charge of Infertility Clinic of the Institute for the last 26 years and has established IVF facility at the institute. She is the Programme Director of WHO/CCRC and HRRC/ICMR and also of the Endoscope training on "Minimally Invasive Gynecology" in collaboration with United Nations University and Karl Storz. Contents:- Vol.1 Contents, Foreword, Dr. Meera Malik, Preface, Dr. AJ Singh, List of Contributors, Demedicalization and Women Empowerment, Dr. Atreyi Ganguli, Dr. Rajit Gupta and Dr. AJ Singh, Why Demedicalization is Important, Mrs. Manju Wadwalkar and Dr. AJ Singh, Adolescent Health, Dr. Pragya Sinha, Dr. Suneela Garg, Dr. VK Gupta, Anaemia in Women, Dr. Saira Mehnaz, Backache in Women - Some Guidelines on Self, Care, Dr. Atreyi Ganguli and Dr. Amarjeet Singh, Breast Self Examination: -You Can Take Care of, Your Breast Yourself, Mrs. Reeta Devi, Dr. M.M. Singh, Cancer Cervix - Self Care by Women on, Radiotherapy, Ms. Kusum Lata Fotedar, Ms. Saroj Sharma, Dr. BD, Gupta, Dr. Sushma Kumari Saini, Congenital Anomalies: Tips for Prevention, Dr. Chinmayee Panda & Dr. Amarjeet Singh Demedicalizing Women’s Health, Dental Health: Gum Disease (Gingivitis) in, Pregnancy, Dr. Rajit Gupta and Dr. Atreyi Ganguli, Diabetes – A Self Care Manual, Dr. Kiran Batra, Satwant Baltej, Dr. R.J. Dash, Dr. Sushma Kumari Saini, Domestic Violence, Dr. Ananya Ray Laskar, Dr. Suneela Garg, Dr. V.K. Gupta, Dryness of Eyes - Application of Warm, Compresses on Eyelids to Improve Lacrimation, Ms. Madhu Malini, Dr. Indarjit Walia, Dr. Sukhwinder, Kaur, Dr. Sushma Kumari Saini, Epilepsy Management, Ms. Philomina K. Augstine, Ms. Prabjot Kaur, Ms. Satwant Baltej, Dr. IMS Sawhney, Dr. Sushma Kumari Saini, Female Feticide and Sex Selection Techniques, and Declining Sex Ratio in India, Dr. Sutapa Niyogi Banerjee and Dr. AJ Singh, Fibre in Diet of Family - The Role of Women, Mrs. Manju Wadwalkar, First Aid by the Lady of the House - Management, of Common Illnesses at Household Level and, Self Care, Dr. Sonu Goel & Dr. AJ Singh, Foul Smell from Mouth, Dr. Ranjit Gupta, Hair Hygiene, Ms. Manpreet Kaur, Healthy Lifestyle Guidelines for Girl Students :, A Salutogenic Perspective, Dr. Suraj Singh Senjam, Dr. Parveen Bhalla and, Dr. Amarjeet Singh, Heart Diseas in Women, Dr. Anuradha Tripathi, Contents , HIV / AIDS in Women, Dr. Ananya Ray Laskar, Dr. V.K. Gupta, Dr. Suneela, Garg, Infertility, Dr. Lakhbir Dhaliwal & Dr. AJ Singh, The Title 'Demedicalizing Women's Health, Vol.1 written/authored/edited by Amarjeet Singh, Indarjit Walia, Lakhbir Dhaliwal', published in the year 2009. The ISBN 9788121210348 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 314 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is HEALTH / HOME SCIENCE. Vol:- 1st. 1st Language: English. Seller Inventory # 9788121210348

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Garg Madhu

Published by A.B.D. Publishers

ISBN 10: 8183760856 ISBN 13: 9788183760850

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About this Item: A.B.D. Publishers. Condition: New. pp. vii + 242 , Illus. Seller Inventory # 7660292

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A.K. Thukral,G.S. Virk

Published by Scientific Publishers (2000)

ISBN 10: 8172332580 ISBN 13: 9788172332587

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. Environmental Protection presents articles on the state of environment, pollution control and biodiversity conservation by eminent teachers and scientists. The book will be useful for postgraduate students in Life Sciences, Botany, Zoology, Microbiology, Genetics and Environmental Sciences. The researchers will find information on recent trends in environmental research. Contents: 1. Agriculture and Environment : Issues and Options in an Agrarian Economy ? G.S. Dhaliwal and Joginder Singh 2. Microbial Phytases in overcoming Phosphorus Pollution ? Ashima Bali and T. Satyanarayana 3. Reduction in Organochlorine Pollutants in Paper pulp industry using Microbial xylanases ? Anupriya Sharma, A. Archana and T. Satyanarayana 4. Management of Solid Water in Punjab ? Satnam Singh Ladhar 5. Environmental Sustainability and Transport ? Sidharth Mishra and V.K. Sibal 6. Global Climate Change ? Ishita Ahuja 7. Environmental Uranium and Radon Surveys in Western Himalaya : A case study in Radioactive Pollution ? H.S. Virk 8. Flavonoids as Chemopreventers 9. Environmental Monitoring for Genotoxicity Employing Plant Systems ? I.S. Gvoer and A. Nagpal 10. Denizen Approach for on-site detection of Environmental Genotoxins ? M.I.S. Saggoo 11. Dual Danger to Plant Biodiversity in India ? A.K. Koul, Rani Mangotra and Susheel Verma 12. What Sacred Groves in Kerala can Contribute towards Biodiversity ? ? K. Balasubramanyan and N.C. Induchoodan 13. Geographical Variations and Climate Adaptations in Indian Populations of Drosophila melanogaster (Meigen) ? Ravi Parkash 14. Animal Hormones and Plants ? Renu Bhardwaj and A.K. Thukral 15. Cotton Fibre Development at Low Temperature ? Bir Singh and C.P. Malik 16. Competitive PCR : A Novel Approach for the Quantification of Mycobacterium tuberculosis ? A. Dwivedi and P.K. Sehajpal 17. Pthophysiology of Thermal Burns : A Review ? Anupama Puri, S.K. Mehta and S.K. Garg 18. Environment and International Trade Some Emerging Issues ? Paramjit Nanda and P.S. Raikhy 19. Removal of Arsenic From Water Environment 20. Radiation Ecology of Krusadai Island, Gulf of Mannar, India ? P. Shahul Hameed and S.S.N. Somasundaram 21. Environmental Pollution Control in Varanashi : Present Status and Future Prospectus ? M. Pandey and S.M. Sundaram 22. Characterisation and Treatment of Waste ? Parveen Sarkar, Ashutosh Gautam and S.K. Gupta 23. Biodegradation of Triphenylmethane Dyes by Bacterial Isolates ? B.S. Chadha, H.S. Saini, P. Singh, S. Singh and S.S. Chimni 24. Crude oil Degrading Bacterial strains from Petroleum-Polluted Soils of Assam ? S. Deka 25. Impact of Chromium (VI) on Microbial Biomass and Phosphatase activity in sewage sludge Amended Soils ? GH. Hassan Dar and A.H. Zargar 26. Physico-Chemical Analysis of Sewage Water of A Dispoal site at Amritsar and its effects on Biochemical Parameters of Lagenaria vulgaris Seedings ? Renu Bhardwaj and Rupinder Kaur 27. Effect of Insecticides on Root Nodulation and Growth Characteristics of Phaseolus vulgaris - M.S. Shafie, Mohd. Yousuf Zargar, M. Amin Massodi and A.H. Zargar 28. Mercury in Water and Waste Waters from Amritsar, Punjab ? Renu Bhardwaj, A.K. Thukral, R. Malhotra and V. Kumari 29. Chronic Toxicity of Copper and Lead to a Cloeon species (Ephemeroptera : Baetidae) from Shillong, Meghalaya ? Abhik Gupta 30. Effect of Berseem Level in Wheat Straw-Based Diet on Greenhouse Gas Production ? G.P. Singh and Madhu Mohini 31. Bioevaluation of Plant Extracts/Compunds for Antimutagenic Potential ? Saroj Arora, S.P.S. Khanuja, S. Kumar and I.S. Grover 32. Antimutagenic Effect of Ether extract of terminalia arjuna in Ames Assay ? I.S. Grover, A. Nagpal, Saroj Arora, Satwinderjeet Kaur and A. Sharma 33. Antimutagenic effect of Acetone extract of Terminalia arjuna Roxb. On Fenvalerate ? induced Chromosomal Aberrations in Root Tip Cells of Allium cepa L. ? Printed Pages: 426. Seller Inventory # 64941

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R.M. Lodha

Published by Indus Pub. (1993)

ISBN 10: 8185182795 ISBN 13: 9788185182797

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About this Item: Indus Pub., 1993. Contents Introduction Acknowledgements Contributors 1 Environmental Chaos SA Salgare and MP Lyer 2 Population and Environment SK Agarwal 3 Pollution due to Coal Mining and Allied Industrial Activities SK Ghosh 4 Peoples Perception of Odourous Pollutants Released by Paper Mills at AmlaiMP SV Srinivasa Rao and VS Sai 5 Hazards of Lime Kilns Pollution and the Probable Antidote A Study of Lime Works of Maihar RegionMP Anil Kumar Gupta 6 Environmental Pollution by Thermal Power Plants Pradeep P Joshi 7 Environmental Degradation Caused by Cement Industries in Rajasthan LN Vyas and CP Sharma 8 Biodegradation A Key to Control III-effects of Pesticids P Bhattachary 9 Heavy Metal Toxicity and Environment SB Chaphekar and RP Shetye 10 Environmental Pollution of Mercury and Its Effects on Human Health DC Sharma 11 Environmental Perspective of Wasteland A Peep into Hadoti Region MZA Khan 12 Indian Wetlands An Overview and their Management KK Mahajan 13 Water and Environment Central Water Commission 14 Water Pollution RR Das 15 A Perspective on Indias Water Environment NL Gupta 16 Air Pollution Some Reasons and Remedoes Madhu Sharma 17 Environmental Problems and their Implications for Community Health Dinesh Agarwal 18 Commensal Diseases in a Tribal Ecosystem HS Mathur and SD Yadav 19 Man now Competes with Scavengers Raza Tehsin 20 Species Under Threat Suresh Jain and Mrs Jain 21 Bhopal Gas Experience Must we Learn Minimum Lessons HK Goswami 22 Impact of Greenhouse Gases and UV-B Radiation on Crop Productivity ML Lodha 23 Environment Impact Assessment A Project Formation for Mining Areas Praveen Lodha 24 Rapid Industrialization A Mixed Blessing for Mankind Rajiv K Sinha 25 Sustainable Forestry through Peoples Participation RK Garg 26 Conservation of Vegetation and Jain Philosophy RM Lodha 27 Restoration of Degraded Mined Ecosystems Afroz Ahmad 28 Environmental Awareness and Role of Media Anil Shukla 29 Ozone and Hole in the Sky SL Jain 30 Global Environmental Protection and Eco-Politics at Earth SummitRajiv K Sinha This book is an inter-disciplinary work dealing in theoretical as well as behavioural vistas of environment covering both local and global problems at micro and macro levels The book presents in-depth analysis dealing in pollutants polluted areas con-servation and environmental awareness Concerted efforts have been made to provide conceptual understanding through different studies rather than to explain the philosophy of environment and its problems The contributors belong to various fields-environment genetics mining research institution schools of environmental biology human ecology and members of central organisations state advisory boards etcThis book will find favours not only with the researchers of various disciplines but also innumerable amateurs professionals and academicians specially industrialists planners administrators pollution control boards state environment departments research institutes universities etc 400 pp. Seller Inventory # 94313

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Madhu Garg

Published by ABD Pub, Jaipur (2006)

ISBN 10: 8183760856 ISBN 13: 9788183760850

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About this Item: ABD Pub, Jaipur, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Economical food purchasing. 2. Modern dietary. 3. Food storage and preservation. 4. Nutrient food preparation. 5. Daily nutrition. 6. Fats and control of cholesterol. 7. Food habits and family eating patterns. 8. Physical fitness. 9. Proteins. 10. Family diet programme. 11. Food supplying and energy. 12. Food sources and proteins. 13. Nutrition during pregnancy. 14. Diet nutrition and health. 15. Nutrition growth and development. 16. Vitamins. 17. Nutrition and food guide. Index. Healthy body and mind is basic requirement of health standards all over the world. The basic elements of science of dietary and nutrition must be applied to keep the people healthy. By providing knowledge of sound and relevant principles to people regarding diet and nutrition eating habits of the people may be moulded towards taking good economic tasty and nutritious foods able to fulfil not only daily energy requirements of body but also to keep the body and mind healthy. Diet Nutrition and Health is a sincere attempt to bring before the readers concepts and methods of healthy diet nutrition and healthy living. The book delves deep on food purchasing dietary storage presentation and preparation daily nutrition fats and cholesterol control fitness eating habits and patterns healthy diet energy needs growth and development through nutrition food guide and body needs of fats minerals proteins and vitamins. In addition the book also elucidates on diet nutrition and health requirement during childhood and pregnancy. Each and every aspect has been discussed based on diet and nutrition provided by the diet in the context of body requirements and health. This unique presentation on diet nutrition and health is a must for every student teacher health consultant researcher and general reader. 242 pp. Seller Inventory # 60348

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P P Arya

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176298778 ISBN 13: 9788176298773

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Rethinking quality parameters in higher education/S.L. Sharma. 2. The challenge of change to the Indian education system some suggestions for quality response/Satya Prakash Singh. 3. Globalization and higher education/S.P. Singh. 4. Teacher competencies in higher education/S.C. Gakhar. 5. New goals of education Quality of higher education in India the challenge of change /Asha Maudgil. 6. Quality in higher education challenges of change/Asha Mohan Sethi. 7. Globalization and higher education meeting the challenges and creating new opportunities for harnessing relevant useful and significant courses of higher education/Nirmala Chaudhary. 8. Higher education in a state of decline in India looking for possible reasons/Vibha Sinha. 9. Quality of higher education in India the challenge of change/Sukhwant Bajwa and Shaifali. 10. Challenges of higher education/B.D. Budhiraja. 11. Status of higher education in India an overview/R.K. Gupta. 12. Quality of management education challenges ahead/Karamjeet Singh. 13. The quality of management education the challenge of changing scenario/P.P. Arya. 14. Higher education need practical reforms/Ashwani Bhalla. 15. Education in 2020 a realistic vision/Abhilash Nayak. 16. Indian higher education in 21 century some remarks/Dharmendra Goel. 17. Merit utility and education for India the first arguments from colonial times/M. Rajivlochan. 18. Cultural component in higher education/Anjala Maharishi. 19. Poetics and politics of decolonizing higher education/Madhu Gupta and Akshaya Kumar. 20. Role of values in human resource development/Nandita. 21. Indianising the education system/Laxminarain Sharma. 22. Decolonizing education the Indian perspective/Rishi Raj Sharma and Avneet Mann. 23. Straightening the tripod stand for higher education the third dimension/Latika Sharma. 24. Financing of higher education/B.S. Ghuman. 25. Redefining parameter for quality higher education/Sarswati Ghosh. 26. Governance at management schools/Suveera Gill. 27. Role of privatization in higher education with special reference to vocational and professional education/R.H. Taxak. 28. Comments on ministry of commerce paper on GATS education/P.K. Vasudeva. 29. Implications of GATS on education services/P.K. Vasudeva. 30. Management education in India agenda for reform/Upasna Joshi. 31. Autonomy for the centres of higher education the need of the hour/R.S. Brar. 32. Continuous assessment for enhancement of quality of higher education/Raj Kumari Gupta. 33. Communications effectiveness of teachers at tertiary level/H.S. Anant. 34. Benchmarking through network an effective method of improving quality of higher education/Victor S. Gambhir B.B. Goel Dixit Garg and S.G. Deshmukh. 35. Higher education in India in the 21 century challenges and implications for policy action/M.R. Khurana. Bibliography. Index. There is a definite need to identify the strengths weaknesses of our higher educational system and the opportunities and challenges facing the system. With the challenges of globalization and info tech revolution there is a need to improve the quality of higher education in India and make it accessible to every eligible and interested student. The globalized economy provides tremendous opportunities and challenges for our institutions of higher education. At the time of independence in 1947 there were 20 universities and around 550 colleges in the country. Today there are more than 300 universities and approximately 13 150 affiliated colleges in the country. However the educational opportunities still remain insufficient for meeting our societal needs. 318 pp. Seller Inventory # 60277

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K N Bhatt

Published by Rawat, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8131601331 ISBN 13: 9788131601334

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About this Item: Rawat, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Contributors. Acronyms used. Introduction/K.N. Bhatt. I. Conceptual aspects 1. Towards an approach to tackle the issues of population health and environment/H.M. Desarda. 2. Piling up solid waste and deteriorating air quality serious challenges to sustainable urban growth/D.K. Nauriyal. 3. Resource recovery from wastes in industries the case of fly ash in India/Bhaskar Majumder. 4. Environment and development some global issues/Rajendra Kumar. II. Population issues 5. Population environment interlinkages emerging concerns/K.N. Bhatt. 6. India's population policy some reflections/Ravi Kiran Jain. 7. Issues related to ageing and social empowerment in India/A.M. Khan. 8. Ageing population and search for better living/Raj Mani Tripathi. III. Environmental concerns 9. Transport policy for better air quality in urban India/Sanjay Kumar Singh. 10. More arsenic/Ritu Gupta. 11. Corporate governance over pollution still a pipe dream/A. Ranga Reddy. 12. Missing links in technological advances in common effluent treatment plant at industrial estate a case study of Ankleshwar GIDC Estate/B.M. Jani. 13. Environmental standards and its impact on international trade/A. Meenakshi Sundararajan. 14. Forced migration conflicts and demands of contemporary development strategy/Madhu Bala. IV. Health dimensions 15. Health care in India myths and reality/D.C. Pande and P.S. Bisht. 16. Population movement and health related vulnerabilities focus on reproductive health and HIV Epidemic/Shalini Bharat. 17. Health care financing the Karnataka's experience/T.R. Manjunath. 18. On some aspects of measurement of undernourishment in the population/Meenakshi Srivastava and Neha Garg. 19. Impact of growing population on environment and health/Neerja Kapoor and Prahlad Kumar. 20. Male involvement in reproductive health care in slums of Allahabad city/Kavita S. Agarwal and Archana Khare. This book explores broad understanding of dynamic and complex interlinkages between population environment and health specially in Indian context. The impacts of human activities on environment and implications of the emerging concerns for human health quality of life social welfare and sustainable development are analysed. Twenty papers authored by the scholars belonging to multiple disciplines are thematically arranged under four parts viz. conceptual aspects population issues environmental concerns and health dimensions. It is clearly noted that the contemporary resource destructive growth process and dominant development paradigm are responsible for posing a major threat to the web of life on earth and our survival today. As such the major challenge before the humanity is to get rid of it and evolve a people centred and environment friendly development process. India needs dymystification democratization and decentralization of its growth and governance structures remain dedicated to ensure a life of dignity and security to its billion plus people improve their health status and the country's environmental quality. The book promises to be of immense help to all concerned scholars policymakers students social/environmental activists and citizens. 332 pp. Seller Inventory # 70109

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Mohan Prasad Shrivastava

Published by APH Pub, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8131301591 ISBN 13: 9788131301593

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About this Item: APH Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Vision 2020 Merger and acquisition of Indian banking/Mohan Prasad Shrivastava and Anupama. 2. Indian banking vision 2020/S.B. Singh. 3. Capital accord and three Pillars of Basel II/V.P. Vithyarthy and Satendra Kr. Gupta. 4. Consolidation in banking sector through mergers and acquisitions/Paras Mal Jain. 5. Issue of consolidation and Merger in present banking system/Pradeep Kumar Pandey. 6. Impact of consolidation/Merger in Indian banking/Surendra Prasad Singh. 7. Merger and consolidation in cooperative banks vision and concern/Surendra Prasad Yadav. 8. Challenges and opportunities of mergers in Indian banking/Nanad Kumar Singh and Ravindra Kumar Singh. 9. Corporate governance and public sector banks/Madhusuden Mishra and Anuj Kumar. 10. Corporate governance practices bench marketing for India banks/Madhu Sehgal. 11. Corporate governance and social responsibility in Indian banking/Rajesh Jain. 12. Risk management in Indian banking/Prabhat Singhal. 13. Operational risk management in banks/S.S. Sinha. 14. Technological transformation in Indian banking/S. Kalavathy. 15. Outsourcing in banks as a business model ATM credit cards/V.S.R. Murthy and H.S. Srinivasan. 16. Banking sector in global perspective/Nilima Sahay. 17. Changing risk environment scenario in Indian banking/T.S. Narayanasami. 18. Effectiveness of DRTs in recovery of bank dues/Charanjit Singh and Mohammad Farook Khan. 19. Indian banking managing transformation/Mohd. Azmatullah Mobeen. 20. Banking strategy universal banking end of the road/R. Radhakrishnan. 21. Regulatory issues unshackling the past/S.S. Kohli. 22. Relevance of social leading in Indian banking/B.K. Dey and Pradeep Kumar. 23. Banking reforms and global competition/Anant Pratap Singh. 24. WTO and financial services in India with references to GATS/A.P. Singh. 25. Integrating multiple banking delivery channels for competitive edge/Kanchana Khanna. 26. Strategic Human Resource Management and VRS in Indian banking/Reeta Kaul. 27. Need scope and activities of management audit in global business/V.P. Garg. 28. Increasing the flow of credit to agriculture by commercial bank the task ahead/B.G. Baria and Prasum Kumar Das. 29. Restructuring the RRBs/Harish Chandra Sukhdeve. 30. Management of customer relationship in banking sector in India/Pankaj Kumar. 31. Capital adequacy ratio and Basel II in Indian banking system/Sita Ram Singh S.N. Cheturvedi and Prafulla Kumar Arya. Index. Banking and financial sector reforms in India in 1991 have greatly changed the face of Indian banking. The Indian banking after second Narsimhan Report has moved gradually from a regulated environment to a deregulated market economy. The market developments kindled by liberalisation and globalisation have resulted in changes in the international role of banks. The pace of transformation has been more significant in recent times with technology acting as catalyst. Under WTO Indian Banking sector has been opened up for global competition. Banks will have to gear up to meet stringent prudential capital adequacy norms under Basel II and merger and acquisition process. This timely book contains most significant and burning issues through the various research papers of the learned contributors related to global banking competition consolidation through merger and acquisition asset liability management risk management technological application NPAs universal banking challenges with threats from private global banks restructuring and rationalisation of Indian banking. This edited volume is a collection of rare and relevant materials designed in a very systematic scientific and transparent manner and in a simple and vivid style keeping in view the interest of students teachers researchers policy makers banking personnel customers economy and all concerned. 414 pp. Seller Inventory # 63094

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Edited by M.G. Gorla, R.P. Sharma, Joginder S. Dhiman and R.G. Shandil

Published by Regal Publications (2011)

ISBN 10: 8184841035 ISBN 13: 9788184841039

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About this Item: Regal Publications, 2011. Contents Preface I Continuum mechanics 1 Nature of Neutal state in Marangoni convection in a relatively Hotter or Cooler liquid layer with free boundariesAnil K Gupta and RG Shandil 2 Jeans criterion of instability for a homogeneous heat conducting medium in the presence of non-uniform rotation and magnetic fieldJoginder S Dhiman and Rekha Dadwal 3 Thermosolutal convection of Micropolar fluids in the presence of suspended particles in porous mediumVeena Sharma and Suneel Dutt 4 Soret effects on free convection and mass transfer flow past an accelerated vertical plateKD Singh and BP Garg 5 Modified double-diffusive convection problem coupled with cross-diffusions in the case of realistic boundariesRG Shandil Joginder S Dhiman and Yadvinder Kumar 6 Unsteady free convective MHD flow through porous medium between two parallel vertical porous walls with heat sourcesMG Gorla Joginder S Dhiman and Tej Singh 7 A characterization theorem in thermohaline convection in Porous MediumJyoti Prakash and Vinod Kumar 8 Stability of stratified Elastico viscous Rivlin Ericksen fluid in the presence of variable magnetic field and rotationVeena Sharma and Sumit Gupta 9 Bounds for the frequency of oscillations for the rotary magnetohydrodynamic thermohaline stability problem in completely confined fluidsJoginder S Dhiman and Praveen K Sharma 10 On the exchange principle in Thermal Instability of couple stress fluid in porous medium with variable gravity by positive operatorsJoginder S Dhiman and Pushap Lata 11 On the thermoelastic waves in thin platesKL Verma Algebra 12 On strong radical theory of semiringsRam Parkash Sharma and Madhu Gupta 13 Strong lower radicals of semiringsRam Parkash Sharma and Madhu Gupta 14 On inequalities involving matrix powers and its extreme eigenvaluesRajesh Sharma and Rajeev Bhandari 15 Prime ideals of a ring R with the Brauer Diagrams acting on itRam Parkash Sharma and Vikram Singh Kapil 16 On the solution of non-linear complex equationsJN Sharma 17 On some inequalities involving harmonic mean and momentsRajesh Sharma and Madhu Gupta 18 F-completion of a fuzzy ultrametric spaceFelbin C KennedyThis book deals in the most recent advancements in all fields of Continuum Mechanics and Algebra Continuum Mechanics is a branch of mechanics that deals with the analysis of the kinematics and the mechanical behaviour of materials modeled as a continuous mass rather than as discrete particles Algebra is concerned with expressing problems in terms of mathematical symbols and establishing general rules for the combination and manipulation of those symbolsIn this book there are eighteen full-length papers on different topics of algebra and continuum mechanics It is hoped that these articles will be of immense use to the mathematicians and scientists working in the related fields 198 pp. Seller Inventory # 91392

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Garg, Gunjan / Mangal, Gopesh

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About this Item: Condition: New. Publisher/Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing | Correlation of Madhumeha in Ayurveda and Diabetes Mellitus ,from Basic Concept to its Management | Madhumeha Richman s disease , since Vedic period, is familiar to mankind. Madhumeha is a disease in which mutra (Urine) of the patient attains similar property like those of madhu (Honey).It is documented as one among the twenty obstinate urinary disorders i.e. Prameha. It is also explained that, when the other Prameha are left untreated, this lead to the condition called Madhumeha. So Madhumeha can also be considered as an advanced condition or stage of Prameha. Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic disorder of carbohydrate metabolism, marked by hyperglycemia and glycosuria and resulting from inadequate production or use of insulin. Traditionally, Madhumeha can be equated with diabetes mellitus, as many similarities in view of their causative factors, pathogenesis, signs and symptoms, classification, complications and also in the treatment has been found. An attempt to provide the similarities or comparison between Madhumeha and Diabetes mellitus is made in this book. | Format: Paperback | Language/Sprache: english | 150 gr | 220x150x5 mm | 100 pp. Seller Inventory # K9783659462993

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Edited by Y. Ravindrababu, R.K. Jaiman, K.D. Patel, N.R. Patel and S.B.S. Tikka

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About this Item: Daya Pub, 2011. Contents Foreword Preface 1 Seed spices research in Gujarat present status constraints and future strategiesSBS Tikka Y Ravindrababu and DB Prajapati 2 Cumin and fennel production in Gujarat and strategyAV Agalodiya NR Patel and RK Jaiman 3 Seed production standards in seed spicesY Ravindrababu GM Patel KP Patel and BS Prajapati 4 Plant genetic resources in improvement of spices in India an overviewVS Parthasarathy KN Shiva and B Krishnamoorthy 5 Status of characterization and evaluation in corianderEV Divakara Sastry Dhirendra Singh and Shyam Singh Rajput 6 Breeding strategies in seed spices cropsRK Sharma 7 Seed spices improvement through biotechnological toolsRamavtar Sharma 8 Action plan for organic seed spices productionArun K Sharma 9 Irrigation a key factor for seed spice crop productionAU Amin PK Patel SG Patel and SP Patel 10 Integrated nutrient management in seed spicesMM Patel AU Amin LJ Desai Manish M Patel and SM Patel 11 Natural resource management through seed spices and aromatic plantsOP Aishwath and MM Anwar 12 Cumin Wilt and its managementS Gangopadhyay and RK Jaiman 13 Management of diseases in seed spicesRL Patel RK Jaiman NR Patel KD Patel DK Joshi and Y Ravindrababu 14 Management of insect pests in seed spicesGM Patel BR Patel and JK Patel 15 Nematodes diseases of seed spices and their managementAshok D Patel 16 Status of pesticide residues in seed spices in IndiaPG Shah Kalpana Diwan and MF Raj 17 Frm equipment and technologies for mechanization in major seed spices prospects and opportunitiesMMPandey Tarun Kapur BK Garg and SK Rautaray 18 Resource conservation technologies in seed spices prospects and possibilitiesSK Rautaray BK Garg and Tarun Kapur 19 Quality issues in seed spices for exportS Siddaramappa 20 Role of AICRPS in seed spices for exportS Siddaramappa 21 Development of seed spices in IndiaM Tamil Selvam 22 Postharvest handling of seed spicesG Lal and MM Anwar 23 Characterization and evaluation of indigenous dill seed Anethum sowa Kurtz germplasm under North Gujarat conditionsDB Prjapati KP Patel and Y Ravindrababu 24 Association of characters and their direct and indirect contribution for fresh yield in Fenugreek Trigonella foenum-graecum LYudhvir Singh Sunil Dutt and Madhu Sharma 25 Field screening of Fenugreek genotypes against powdery mildew disease Erysiphe polygoniDB Prajapati SN Badaya NR Patel and PK Patel 26 Quality status of coriander in vertisols of South East RajasthanVibha Doshi Preeti Verma Mashiat Ali and PK Gupta 27 Gujarat Dill-3 a new Dwarf Early dill cultivar having good economic traits in irrigated as well as rainfed conditions in GujaratDB Prajapati KP Patel NR Patel AV Agalodiya and PK Patel 28 Gujarat Methi-2 a newly bold seeded Fenugreek variety having high yield potential and disease resistanceDB Prajapati AV Agalodiya GM Patel KD Patel and NR Patel 29 Studies on character association in Fenugreek Trigonella Foenum-gracecum LDB Prajapati SN Badaya and BH Prajapati 30 Evaluation of half sib progenies in population of fennel Foeniculum vulgare MillDhirendra Singh Brijendra Pareek EV Divakara Sastry and KC Sharma 31 Organogenesis in callus cultures of cumin cuminum cyminum LML Jakhar 32 Effect of temperature and photoperiod on organogenesis of cumin Cuminum cyminum LML Jakhar 33 Effect of levels and sources of sulphur on yield and chemical composition of cumin Cuminum cyminum L in Loamy SandPK Patel BB Patel NJ Jadav RP Pavaya MV Patel VR Patel and CH Raval 34 Response of Isabgol Plantago oveta Forsk to nitrogen and iron application in Loamy sandBB Patel TV Gangwal NJ Jadav RP Pavaya MV Patel and VR Patel 35 Cyclic mode of Sewage and well water irrigation with different levels of nitrogen in dill seed Anethum graveolensMM Patel PT Patel MM Patel and SM Patel 36 Effect of weedicides on cumin crop and its residual effect on greengramSM Patel JC Patel MM Patel and HD Patel 37 Effect of spacing and clove size on growth and yield of garlic under akola conditionsSM Ghawade SR. Seller Inventory # 91537

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Gunjan Garg

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About this Item: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Okt 2013, 2013. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - Madhumeha 'Richman's disease', since Vedic period, is familiar to mankind. Madhumeha is a disease in which mutra (Urine) of the patient attains similar property like those of madhu (Honey).It is documented as one among the twenty obstinate urinary disorders i.e. Prameha. It is also explained that, when the other Prameha are left untreated, this lead to the condition called Madhumeha. So Madhumeha can also be considered as an advanced condition or stage of Prameha. Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic disorder of carbohydrate metabolism, marked by hyperglycemia and glycosuria and resulting from inadequate production or use of insulin. Traditionally, Madhumeha can be equated with diabetes mellitus, as many similarities in view of their causative factors, pathogenesis, signs and symptoms, classification, complications and also in the treatment has been found. An attempt to provide the similarities or comparison between Madhumeha and Diabetes mellitus is made in this book. 100 pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # 9783659462993

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About this Item: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Okt 2013, 2013. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - Madhumeha 'Richman's disease', since Vedic period, is familiar to mankind. Madhumeha is a disease in which mutra (Urine) of the patient attains similar property like those of madhu (Honey).It is documented as one among the twenty obstinate urinary disorders i.e. Prameha. It is also explained that, when the other Prameha are left untreated, this lead to the condition called Madhumeha. So Madhumeha can also be considered as an advanced condition or stage of Prameha. Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic disorder of carbohydrate metabolism, marked by hyperglycemia and glycosuria and resulting from inadequate production or use of insulin. Traditionally, Madhumeha can be equated with diabetes mellitus, as many similarities in view of their causative factors, pathogenesis, signs and symptoms, classification, complications and also in the treatment has been found. An attempt to provide the similarities or comparison between Madhumeha and Diabetes mellitus is made in this book. 100 pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # 9783659462993

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About this Item: Scientific, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Preface. Contributors. I. Molecular physiology of stress responses in plants 1. The role of flavonoids in plant resistance to Abiotic Stress/Iker Hernandez Leonor Alegre Serg Munne Bosch. 2. Plasma Membrane Associated signaling proteins in the abscisic acid response network/Zhi Liang Zheng and Zeyu Xin. 3. Plan Secondary Metabolism in response to the environment/L.V. Astarita and E.R. Santarem. 4. Chickpea impact of drought and temperature on physiological traits and yield/Tejpal Singh and P.S. Deshmukh. 5. Salt stress tolerance in crop plants molecular and physiological considerations/P. Agarwal. 6. Mechanism of aluminum toxicity and tolerance in higher plant/Pallavi Sharma and R.S. Dubey. 7. Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation and the environmental constraints/Neera Garg and Ranju Singla. 8. Oxidative damage and oxygen deficiency stress/A. Hemantaranjan Savita Thakur Sunil K. Pandey Zaffar M. Dar and S.K. Bansal. II. Physiology of germination and dormancy 9. The physiology of dormancy of Onion Bulb Allium Cepa/Noureddine Benkeblia. 10. Germination a crucial step in plant growth/G. Gavazzi M. Cocucci G. Consonni M. Lucchin R. Masin N. Negrini and G. Zanin. III. Plant growth regulators somatic embryogenesis 11. Role of polyamines during somatic embyrogenesis/P.K. Nagar and Madhu Sharma. IV. Molecular physiology and biotechnology of flowering 12. Crossroads of Floral Development Plant Hormone Interactions during flower organ identity and development in Arabidopsis/Elisson Romanel Erica Duarte Silveira Marcelo Carnier Dornelas and Marcio Alves Ferreira. V. Recent advances in mineral nutrition research 13. Cellular Boron so many interactions for such a few roles/Georgios Liakopoulos Sotiria Stavrianakou and George Karabourniotis. 14. Molecular approach for enhanced iron acquisition to sustain crop productivity under Calcareous soils/K. Singh Yogeshwar Singh Rajput Pankaj Kumar and S. Mori. 15. Vanadium in plants Fungi and Bacteria structural aspects and functions/Enrique J. Baran. 16. Mettallo enzymes in nutrient constraints diagnosis in Citrus emerging trends/A.K. Srivastava Shyam Singh and Pauline Alila. VI. Molecular plant physiology and metabolism 17. Localization of Lipoxygenases in higher plants/Ewa Szczuka and Ewa Skorzynska Polit. 18. Genetic regulation of signal transduction pathways in Rhizobium Legume Symbiosis/Neera Garg Jasleen Kaur Ranju Singla and Geetanjali. 19. Importance of assay of maximum catalytic activity of enzymes from plants and their role in regulation of Metabolism/Padmanabh Dwivedi. VII. Plant organic acids 20. Chlorogenic acids diversity in green Beans of wild coffee species/Campa Claudine Rakotomalala Jean Jacques R. de Kochko Alexandre and Hamon Serge. VIII. Plant physiology in sustainability of agriculture 21. Mycorrhizal technology in sustainable development of stressed ecosystems/Richa Raghuwanshi and Kavita Shah. 22. Effects of Gibberellic Acid and sulphur on yield efficiency of mustard/Nafees A. Khan Mohammad Mobin and Sarvajeet Singh. The organization of volume 10 of the International Treatise Series has been done absolutely due to commendable contributions from world scientists of distinction in unequivocal fields. Incredibly within the time span of ten years now this treatise has been duly recognized through ISI Web of Knowledge Current Contents in the hearts of distinguished readers and has beyond uncertainty achieved the international status. This plan has been undertaken with a view to strengthen the indistinguishable efforts to recognize the result of meticulous research in some of the very sensible and stirring areas of Molecular Physiology and Biology of Plants. In order to sustain and further advance Plant Physiology it is dedicated to continue the originality and the introduction of spanking new ideas ensure that the treatise welcomes the best science done across the full extent of modern plant biology in general and plant physiology in particular persevere on advancing the quality. Seller Inventory # 68781

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About this Item: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Okt 2013, 2013. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Neuware - Madhumeha 'Richman's disease', since Vedic period, is familiar to mankind. Madhumeha is a disease in which mutra (Urine) of the patient attains similar property like those of madhu (Honey).It is documented as one among the twenty obstinate urinary disorders i.e. Prameha. It is also explained that, when the other Prameha are left untreated, this lead to the condition called Madhumeha. So Madhumeha can also be considered as an advanced condition or stage of Prameha. Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic disorder of carbohydrate metabolism, marked by hyperglycemia and glycosuria and resulting from inadequate production or use of insulin. Traditionally, Madhumeha can be equated with diabetes mellitus, as many similarities in view of their causative factors, pathogenesis, signs and symptoms, classification, complications and also in the treatment has been found. An attempt to provide the similarities or comparison between Madhumeha and Diabetes mellitus is made in this book. 100 pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # 9783659462993

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Gunjan Garg, Gopesh Mangal, Radhey shyam Sharma

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About this Item: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Madhumeha ?Richman?s disease?, since Vedic period, is familiar to mankind. Madhumeha is a disease in which mutra (Urine) of the patient attains similar property like those of madhu (Honey).It is documented as one among the twenty obstinate urinary disorders i.e. Prameha. It is also explained that, when the other Prameha are left untreated, this lead to the condition called Madhumeha. So Madhumeha can also be considered as an advanced condition or stage of Prameha. Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic disorder of carbohydrate metabolism, marked by hyperglycemia and glycosuria and resulting from inadequate production or use of insulin. Traditionally, Madhumeha can be equated with diabetes mellitus, as many similarities in view of their causative factors, pathogenesis, signs and symptoms, classification, complications and also in the treatment has been found. An attempt to provide the similarities or comparison between Madhumeha and Diabetes mellitus is made in this book. Seller Inventory # KNV9783659462993

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