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Sachchidananda, B.B. Mandal, K.K. Verma & R.P. Sinha (Eds)

Published by Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd. (1988)

ISBN 10: 8170220726 ISBN 13: 9788170220725

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About this Item: Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd., 1988. Hardcover. Condition: New. The interaction between tradition and development offers a vast field for study. Tradition may retard development or it may promote it. In some cases traditional itself may be neutral. To discuss the interplay between tradition and development in the context of Indian social scent, Tradition and Development was chosen as a theme for the Seminar organised by A.N. Sinha Institute of Social Studies, Patna, as a part of its silver Jubilee Celebrations in 1985. A large number of scholars from different parts of India took part in the deliberation and presented papers. This volume contains the papers presented by the participants in the Seminar. The papers deal with the changes in the Villages consequent to community development and Panchayati Raj programmes, tradition and development in the context of tribal societies, socio economic conditions of Scheduled Castes, women and children. Subjects like colonial legacy and higher education, exploitation of migration labour, changes in communication media, etc., have also been discussed. The volume should prove interesting and useful not only to scholars in the realms of sociology and anthropology but also to all who are actively engaged in the all round development of the country. Printed Pages: 282. Seller Inventory # 61930

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Sachchidananda, B.B. Mandal, K.K. Verma & R.P. Sinha (Eds)

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About this Item: Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd., 1988. Hardcover. Condition: New. The interaction between tradition and development offers a vast field for study. Tradition may retard development or it may promote it. In some cases traditional itself may be neutral. To discuss the interplay between tradition and development in the context of Indian social scent, Tradition and Development was chosen as a theme for the Seminar organised by A.N. Sinha Institute of Social Studies, Patna, as a part of its silver Jubilee Celebrations in 1985. A large number of scholars from different parts of India took part in the deliberation and presented papers. This volume contains the papers presented by the participants in the Seminar. The papers deal with the changes in the Villages consequent to community development and Panchayati Raj programmes, tradition and development in the context of tribal societies, socio economic conditions of Scheduled Castes, women and children. Subjects like colonial legacy and higher education, exploitation of migration labour, changes in communication media, etc., have also been discussed. The volume should prove interesting and useful not only to scholars in the realms of sociology and anthropology but also to all who are actively engaged in the all round development of the country. Printed Pages: 282. Seller Inventory # 61930

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Sachchidananda, B.B. Mandal, K.K. Verma & R.P. Sinha (Eds)

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About this Item: Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd., 1988. Hardcover. Condition: New. The interaction between tradition and development offers a vast field for study. Tradition may retard development or it may promote it. In some cases traditional itself may be neutral. To discuss the interplay between tradition and development in the context of Indian social scent, Tradition and Development was chosen as a theme for the Seminar organised by A.N. Sinha Institute of Social Studies, Patna, as a part of its silver Jubilee Celebrations in 1985. A large number of scholars from different parts of India took part in the deliberation and presented papers. This volume contains the papers presented by the participants in the Seminar. The papers deal with the changes in the Villages consequent to community development and Panchayati Raj programmes, tradition and development in the context of tribal societies, socio economic conditions of Scheduled Castes, women and children. Subjects like colonial legacy and higher education, exploitation of migration labour, changes in communication media, etc., have also been discussed. The volume should prove interesting and useful not only to scholars in the realms of sociology and anthropology but also to all who are actively engaged in the all round development of the country. Printed Pages: 282. Seller Inventory # 61930

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M S Singh

Published by Adhyayan, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8184350279 ISBN 13: 9788184350272

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

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N K Verma

Published by Mohit Pub, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8174453520 ISBN 13: 9788174453525

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About this Item: Mohit Pub, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Media socialization. 2. Portrayal of women in media. 3. Use of communication for development women. 4. Mass media needs of women and youngster. 5. Mother child care for air support. 6. The group formation. 7. Mass media and women. 8. The media information in schools. 9. Communication media for women's progress. 10. Family and media. 11. Educational relations and communications. Index. Mass media however not only reflect the values of our society but also influence them. In a democratic society mass communication conveys information and opinion that ultimately enable citizens to make decisions. That mass media do make and impact has been demonstrated time and again. The significance of the control not only of the ownership of mass media but also of their content is substantiated in the contrast between totalitarian and democratic societies. The women interviewed during the course of the evaluation study were mostly form the rural areas. However interviewers were asked to make their own subjective assessment of the family on the basis of the appearance of the women and whatever other general information they could get in causal dialogues with the women or others in the family. 300 pp. Seller Inventory # 61202

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N K Verma

Published by Sumit Enterprises, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8184200293 ISBN 13: 9788184200294

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About this Item: Sumit Enterprises, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. The media infrastructure. 2. Career in successful journalism. 3. Picture for education and communication. 4. Making of a journalist. 5. New enlargement in educational media. 6. New media and education. 7. Vocation of writing. 8. Communication in social development. Index. A professional journalist is easily identified he is on the pay roll of a journal he reports for his paper or he may write features or editorials or edit copy. He is known by different names reporter feature writer special correspondent sub editor assistant editor sports editor city editor commercial editor and the news editor. Primarily it is a profession for the man trained to do the particular job in the complex business of bringing out a journal. The men or women who work for news papers come from many backgrounds and are of many temperaments. 238 pp. Seller Inventory # 61234

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S B Verma

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8176295639 ISBN 13: 9788176295635

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Information technology current issues 1. Information technology/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 2. Introduction to information technology act 2000/B.K. Kulkarni. 3. Second boom in Indian IT/A. Kalanidhi. 4. Impact of information technology on society/Subrat Dutta. 5. IT for empowerment of women/Shaik N. Meera and D.U.M. Rao. II. Banking finance and information technology 6. Information technology in banking/L. Jagennath. 7. Professional opportunities for CAs in information technology sector/S. Santhana Krishnan. 8. IT security audit and control systems for E banking/S.M. Padwal. 9. E commerce related issues in the emerging Hi tech banking environment/K.K. Bajaj. 10. Electronic commerce Applications in banking/S. Ganesh. 11. Electronic banking/P.V. Palsokar. 12. Electronic banking (E banking)/R.K. Abrol. 13. Electronic banking/V.P. Shetty. 14. Electronic banking/A.P. Malhotra. III. E Commerce 15. Information Technology and E commerce/Peeyush Kumar Pandey and Sunil Kumar Pandey. 16. E commerce an overview/Subhashis Datta. 17. E Commerce an overview/A.M. Paranjape. 18. E commerce Indian perspective/Ajai Tiwari. 19. E commerce contract under IT act/Vinod K. Shah. 20. The True picture of E commerce/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 21. E revolution it is India's turn now/S.B. Verma. IV. Agriculture industry trade and information technology 22. Agriculture communication through IT/Bhaskar Gaikwad. 23. Can Information Technology help in solving the water problem/Krishna Kant. 24. Information system for synergic development in global economy/R.K. Gupta and Surendra Kumar Bhogal. 25. IT in rural industrialisation/Bheempappa A. 26. Technological development in handloom sector/R.N. Ojha. 27. Development scenario of third world in 21 century/R.D. Sharma. V. Development of science and technology 28. Technology and competitiveness a global perspective/S.A. Khader. 29. A different leadership role in science and technology/Rajendra Prabhu. 30. Development of science and technology in India/Adil Siddiqui. 31. Towards a technological society retrospect and prospect/K.K. Khullar. VI. Management and information technology 32. Information management issues and challenges/V.P. Gulati. 33. Strategic Information management/Shiv K. Tripathi. 34. Foreign technology collaboration agreements legal provisions/Komal Parik. 35. Information technology in enterprise resource planning/Subodh Kesharwani. 36. Information Technology for toning up the efficiency of ROC Office a proposal/Pavan Kumar Vijay. 37. Internet communication an Indian perspective/Satyanarayana Pattnaik and A. Saravanan. 38. Communication skill for success/Panchali Singh and Himanshu Sekhar Singh. 39. E synchronized supply chain management in global economy/Aseem Kumar and Subrat Shodangi. 40. Building brand through multi media in global economy/Aftab Alam. 41. Cyber crimes and internet security concepts/Tripti Singh. Bibliography. Index. Information Technology has emerged as one of the challenging areas that can be a potential force in shaping the management of any organisation. Information Technology finds its application in successfully carrying out the different managerial functions in the organisation at each and every layer of the organisation structure. Information Technology is used to describe techniques and procedures involved in data collection validation and transformation information processing or handling record keeping information control display and presentation and finally standardisation of information management operations. Information management needs to integrate three components organisation practices and technology. The book will undoubtedly be useful to students as well as teachers relating to Information Technology and allied studies policy makers researchers BCA MCA and all management courses. 414 pp. Seller Inventory # 55889

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S B Verma; Shiw Kumar Jiloka and Bucheshwar Mandal

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176298859 ISBN 13: 9788176298858

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

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Debabrata Das Gupta; Sarthak Chowdhury and Siddhartha Dev Mukhopadhyay

Published by Abhijeet Pub, Delhi (2007)

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About this Item: Abhijeet Pub, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. General and conceptual aspects 1. Development communication in rural sector/D. Das Gupta. 2. Development communication concept with reference to media for agricultural development/A.G. Sawant. 3. Development communication and communicating development a perceptual study/Dipak De and Misha Nedeljkovich. 4. Development communication help to those who need it most/S. Chowdhury. 5. Development communication system/B.S. Hansra and N.R. Gangadharappa. 6. Development communication reaching the unreached for sustainable development/A.K. Singh K. Singh and Amardeep. 7. Communication models in technology transfer and research and development/Manish Kumar Chitra Pathak and A.K. Singh. 8. A systematic paradigm of a rural development technology/S. Gregory. 9. Generation and transfer of adoption managers need for restructuring the model of agricultural communication/D. Das Gupta and P. Pal. II. Communication behaviour 10. A study on communication behaviour of community health workers/M.K. Tiwari. 11. Communication of technologies for boosting farm income and progressiveness/Sanjib Chatterjee Sibaji Chakraborti S.D. Mukhopadhyay and D. Das Gupta. 12. Characteristics of farm radio listeners and their listening habit/Jitendra Chouhan and Baldeo Singh. 13. Communication behaviour of rural cooperators with regard to effectiveness in respect of adoption of HYV Rice Cultivation/M.D. Golam Mortuza. 14. Role of extension activities in communication development and adoption of modern agro technologies for sustainable development/A. Zaman B.C. Sahana and Amir Hossain Mollah. 15. Diffusion on technology in Rural Orissa and It's effect/C. Satapathy and Bineeta Satapathy. 16. Information sources consultancy pattern and knowledge of farmers for development/S.K. Meti S.R. Patil and B. Smdaroswamey. III. Channels of Media 17. Information technology for rural development/R. Sarvanan. 18. Farm information through Gram Mangal telecast in Madhya Pradesh/L.N. Sharma S.K. Agrawal V.K. Pyasi and J.P. Patel. 19. A study on impact of farm broadcast on farming/R. Agila N. Anandaraja and R. Premavathi. 20. A critical review of agricultural news covered in Bengali Dailies vis a vis source of publication and territory wise importance perspectives/Sabyasachi Roy Naipal Singh Verma and Sujit K. Jha. 21. Traditional media reaching the unreached/S. Chowdhury and C.K. Panda. 22. Content analysis of agricultural extension review a critical study/P. Kavitha N. Anandaraja R. Premavathi and N. Sriram. 23. Advanced information technologies for agricultural development/N. Anandaraja K. Chandrakandan and R. Agila. 24. Cyber extension an effective way for agricultural communication a concept paper/Siddhartha D. Mukhopadhyay. 25. Developing a computer aided extension system for farmers step to improve rural communication/Kalyan Ganguly Premlata Singh and K. Kalimuthu. IV. People's Participation 26. People's participation for development in watershed programme/K. Nagabhushanam. 27. Participation of rural households in livestock production activities in Bangladesh/M. Moniruzzaman. 28. Participation of women members in Gram Panchayat a study based on experience and observation in two districts in West Bengal India/Bholanatha Ghosh. V. Constraints 29. Communication lapses in rural energy programme/Dibyendu Ghosh Sujay Mitra and Subhrangsu Santra. 30. Jute Fibre marketing some important issues/Sanjib Chatterjee Swapan B. Mukhopadhyay and D. Dasgupta. 31. Constraints in production and marketing of Jute in Orissa/R.K. Raj C. Satpathy and B.R. Pattanaik. VI. Other related issues 32. Role of service centres as a communicator towards rural development/Rajesh Chatterjee. 33. Adoption of paddy production techniques and its effect on productivity under different farming situation an agro ecosystem analysis/Ranjay K. Singh B.S. Dwivedi and A.K. Pandey. 34. Improvement in livelihood through communication a case study/Sujit Kumar Pal. Contributors. Critical importance of the Dev. Seller Inventory # 65226

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Sawalia Bihari Verma and Shiv Kumar Singh

Published by Pointer, Jaipur (2004)

ISBN 10: 8171323596 ISBN 13: 9788171323593

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About this Item: Pointer, Jaipur, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Participation and empowerment rhetoric and reality/R.R. Prasad. 2. Role of government banks and PRIs in rural development/A.R. Patel. 3. Development of rural infrastructure in telecommunications/S.N. Mishra and Chaitali Pal. 4. Empowerment of women and marginalised groups in Panchayats/K. Siva Subrahmanyam. 5. Forest management technogies in rural India/K.K. Kaushal. 6. Theoretical concept of rural development/Sawalia Bihari Verma and K.K.C. Patro. 7. Women's self help groups kindling the spirit of entrepreneurship/Bharat Dogra. 8. Sustainable technology for rural development/Radhakrishna Rao. 9. National commission for women an appraisal/Leena Mehendale. 10. Women welfare and social development/B.K. Pattanaik. 11. Female headed households a study/Ranjay Vardhan. 12. Meeting communication needs of rural women/J. Bhagyalakshmi. 13. Women in commercial poultry/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 14. Women's education and national development/K.K. Tiwari. 15. Women in agriculture/Souvik Ghosh. 16. Protecting the girl child challenges before society/Vir Bala Aggarwal. 17. Women in development/J. Bhagyalakshmi. 18. Women and corporate leadership/L.P. Singh. 19. Status of women in India a critique/S.C. Mital. 20. Status of women/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 21. Empowering women/Sakuntala Narasimhan. 22. Women's role in the Gram Sabha/Sakuntala Narasimhan. 23. Women's education Harbinger of rural prosperity/B.L. Uniyal. 24. Women and entrepreneurship/Biplab Moitra. 25. Empowerment of women through literacy an innovative experiment/C. Krishna Mohan Rao and B.V.V. Bala Krishna. 26. Empowerment of women through rural industrialisation an Indian experience/G.K. Agrawal. 27. Child labour in India a critique/S.B. Verma and Kamaleshwar Singh. 28. Child labour the challenges ahead/Jayantilal Bhandari. 29. Child labour/Shantha Sinha. 30. Practical solutions to the child labour problem/Pramila H. Bhargava. 31. Child labour issues and solutions/P. Anandharajakumar. 32. Panchayats and child labour/D.K. Giri. 33. Rural women entrepreneurship constraints and strategies/G.T. Govindappa. 34. Panchayats and women/Nirmala Buch. 35. Self help groups empower rural women/T.R. Gurumoorthy. 36. National social assistance programme/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 37. Towards sustainable development/S.P. Mittal. 38. Electronic media for agricultural and rural development/Shantanu Kumar Uma Sah and Ajay Kumar Sah. 39. E commerce an overview in the Indian context/Subhashis Datta. 40. The internet/Vijay Mukhi and K. Pandyan. 41. Internet in India an overview/Satyanarayana Patnaik and A. Saravanan. 42. Role of internet in strengthening democracy/J.V. Vilanilam. 43. Internet and rural development/Don Richardson. 44. Decentralisation new agenda of the world bank/Anand Mathew. 45. Expenditure pattern and its impact on social development/K. Srinivasa Rao. 46. Role of education and social change/C. Jayanthi. 47. Literacy and social change/Navin Chandra Joshi. 48. Technology and banking challenges ahead/Girija Upadhyaya. 49. The labouring child/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 50. Gender equality/Sawalia Bihari Verma and Shiv Kumar Singh. 51. Media coverage of violence against women/Sujata Madhok. This book has been designed to meet a long felt need for a compendium of papers contributed by writers authors subject experts academicians and consultants and those who have been related with agro development rural development social development overall entire infrastructure promoting rural bases. This book will prove useful not only to students of commerce economics and sociology but also to those who are appearing for CA CS Cost Accountant CAIIB and other professional examinations and in addition to the teaching community researchers policy makers government officials academicians and so on. 364 pp. Seller Inventory # 52702

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S B Verma

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 817629568X ISBN 13: 9788176295680

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. The girl child and status of women 1. Protecting the girl child challenges before society/Vir Bala Aggarwal. 2. Status of women/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 3. Socio economic status of women in India a critique/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 4. Socio economic status of tribal women/V.M. Rao. II. Women in Development and gender equality 5. Role of women in population stabilisation/Najma Heptulla. 6. Women in development/J. Bhagyalakshmi. 7. Gender issues in technology development and dissemination/S.S. Deshpande and N. Ali. 8. Gender equality/S.B. Verma. 9. Gender equality and development/Usha K. 10. The gender agenda/Seema Singh. 11. Careers for women in defence services/Jayanti Ghose. III. Women education and career development 12. Mahatma Gandhi and women's education/John Vergis Vilanilam. 13. Women's education and national development/K.K. Tiwari. 14. Women's education Harbinger of rural prosperity/B.L. Uniyal. 15. Women and corporate leadership/L.P. Singh. 16. Women and entrepreneurship/Biplab Moitra. 17. Rural women entrepreneurship/Swalia Bihari Verma. 18. Working women issues and problems/Neeta Anand. IV. Women empowerment 19. Self Help Groups empower rural women/T.R. Gurumoorthy. 20. Empowerment of women through literacy an innovative experiment/C. Krishna Mohan Rao and B.V.V. Bala Krishna. 21. Gender economic empowerment and rural poverty alleviation/B.K. Pattanaik. 22. Empowerment of women and marginalized groups in Panchayats/K. Siva Subrahmanyam. 23. Empowering women/Sakuntala Narasimhan. 24. Empowerment of women through rural industrialisation an Indian experience/G.K. Agrawal. 25. Role of NGO in empowerment of tribal women/M. Gurulingaiah. 26. Empowering women at work/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 27. IT for empowerment of women/Shaik N. Meer and D.U.M. Rao. 28. Empowering women through Self Help Groups experiences in experiment/T. Chiranjeevulu. V. Women and rural development 29. Women in agriculture/Souvik Ghosh. 30. Panchayats and women/Nirmala Buch. 31. Rural credit and women Self Help Groups/H.D. Dwarakanath. 32. Women in Panchayats/Prabhat Datta. 33. Women Sarpanches/Manju Panwar. 34. Women in commercial poultry/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 35. Women's role in Gram Sabha/Sakuntala Narasimhan. 36. Role of women in agriculture/Bhagirathi Dash. 37. Rural women and poverty alleviation/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 38. Tribal women's participation in farm forestry/Prakash Kashwan. 39. Role of women in forestry/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 40. Women's participation in farm and home activities/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 41. A hand that cradles can also handle the Panchayat/Hemalatha H.M. 42. Innovative initiatives for development of rural women/A.K. Jain. VI. Women and social development 43. Social security for the working class/Sharad Yadav. 44. Women self help groups kindling spirit of entrepreneurship/Bharat Dogra. 45. National Commission for women an appraisal/Leena Mehendale. 46. Women welfare and social development/B.K. Pattanaik. 47. Female headed households a study/Ranjay Vardhan. 48. All about National Commission for Women/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 49. Widows role adjustment and violence/Ram Ahuja. 50. Women in the freedom struggle invisible images/Pratibha Jain and Sangeeta Sharma. VII. Women human resource management and media 51. Media convergence possible social implications in India/Bela Trivedi and Kisha Thaker. 52. Human resource management concept and prospects/Amrita Guha. 53. Meeting communication needs of rural women/J. Bhagyalakshmi. 54. Women and media/Sujata Madhok. Bibliography. Index. There is a great upsurge in awareness about women's rights among all sections of society. The developmental programmes and policies give emphasis to improving women's social status. In spite of urbanisation and industrialisation our culture and economy are predominantly agrarian rural based. So empowering women who are the backbone of our agrarian economy is a sure path to achieve major economic gains. Our development efforts have yielded cre. Seller Inventory # 54967

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Ramjee Lal and H C Purohit

Published by Shree Pub, New Delhi (2007)

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About this Item: Shree Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Foreword. List of contributors. 1. Rural development in India changing scenario/V.K. Singh. 2. Government's effort of educational/employment reservation and concessions for Tribals of India/A. Kachhap. 3. Need of horticultural entrepreneurship in Uttaranchal/Atul Dhyani and Manoj Singh. 4. Programmes of development Finance Corporations and Rural Development in India/S.K. Sinha. 5. Problems of rural market in India/Kiran Srivastava. 6. Role of ethics in acceleration of rural development/Sarita Singh. 7. Challenges and opportunities in rural marketing/Madhu Jasola. 8. Trends in rural marketing/Ajay Diwedi and Chetan Mohan. 9. Tale of tribal women migration in India/Suvashi Kachhap. 10. Poverty Alleviation and Rural Development in Perspective of Rural India/V.D. Sharma. 11. Advertising effectiveness in rural India/Jagat N. Giri and Ankit Sarin. 12. Some reflection on challenges and opportunities of rural marketing/Manisha Bhatt and S. Bhatt. 13. Regional Food Security Grids Can Assam be the future granary of North East India/Phanindra Goyri. 14. Utilization of Agrowastes as resources and its role in rural development/M.P. Singh. 15. NGOs and rural development/P.N. Ram. 16. Women empowerment through Panchayati Raj What a joke (a case study)/A.K. Singh and Shashi Singh. 17. ITCs and entrepreneurship in rural development/Sushma and Raju Maurya. 18. Information Revolution and its impact on rural development/R.P. Bajpai M.P. Upadyay and Bidyut K. Mal. 19. Planning play a vital role in rural development and management/Neetu Pathak. 20. Rural India an untapped market/Rohit Singh Mohd. Wamique Hisam and Syed Ali Arshad. 21. Micro finance as a tool for poverty alleviation/Rajni Kant Verma and Manu Umesh. 22. Contribution of micro finance in economic development of India Rashtriya Mahila Kosh/Nivedita Verma. 23. NABARD's role in rural development through non farm sector/Gurendra Nath Bhardwaj. 24. Media and community development/Anil K. Rai Ankit. 25. Voluntary movement in India since Independence a historical perspective/Ramjee Lal. 26. Marketing of agricultural produce and economic development/H.C. Purohit. Economic development is a dynamic process whereby the real per capita income of a country rises over a long period of time and distribution of justice is secured by introducing the major changes in social cultural economic technical structures popular attitudes and national institutions as well as the acceleration of economic growth the reduction of inequality and the eradication of absolute poverty and also by making the optimum use of available resources (natural human and material). Planning as experienced in difference world economies varies from one economic system to the other from time to time and region to region. Thus same type of planning cannot succeed in every country because socio economic structure of different countries widely differs from each other. Success of planning for attaining the desired aims and object greatly depends upon the type of planning chosen by the respective country. 346 pp. Seller Inventory # 66119

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Edited by Unita Sachidanand and Teiji Sakata

Published by Manak (2004)

ISBN 10: 8178270870 ISBN 13: 9788178270876

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About this Item: Manak, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. I. Creating Images : myths, expectations and views of literati: 1. Understanding each other through literature/Namwar Singh. 2. Discovering the literature of Japan/Indira Goswami. 3. India-past and present : images in the eyes of a Japanese novelist/Yuko Tsushima. 4. Japan-past and present : changing images in the eyes of an Indian Writer/Rajendra Yadav. 5. So near and yet so far : agony of an Indian poet/Kedarnath Singh. 6. Thinking in India, looking at India/Minato Kawamura. 7. Reinterpreting India : comments on Tsushima and Kawamura/Mridula Garg. 8. Imagining Japan through literature/Chitra Mudgal. 9. Japanese literature in the eyes of a diplomat/Arjun Asrani. II. Recreating images : reflections through literature: 10. India in Japanese literature/Katsuhiko Hamakawa. 11. Imagining Japan in Indian literature/Ashok Vajpeyi. 12. India and Japan : modern passages/Brij Tankha. 13. Image of Japan in India through cinema/Vinod Bharadwaj. 14. Japan : an affair through literature/Mahendra Kulashrestha. 15. Social identity of literature and literature of social identity : a discourse on literary interactions based on the views of Hindi writers/Devendra K. Chaubey. III. Antiquarian musings : literature of the past: 16. The salvation of Mokuren's mother and Akikonomu's services for the soul of lady Rokujo : Indian Buddhist Tales in the tale of Genji/Haruki Li. 17. Discourse narratives in the age of decline of Buddhism/Anita Khanna. IV. Spiritual and cultural confluence : reflections on religion and culture: 18. India and Japan : academic relations in early 20 century/Shashibala. 19. Rabindranath Tagore and Japan/Swapan Prasanna Ray. 20. Some minor Hindu divinities in Japan/Saroj Kumar Chaudhari. 21. Indian reflections in Nihongi/Rajendra Tomar. 22. Land of the rising sun or land of the rising mind!/Lokesh Chandra. V. Microscopic contacts : case studies in literature: 23. Japanese sources of Agyeya's poetry/Rita Rani Paliwal. 24. Tukaram and Ryokan : A comparative study of Sants in India and Japan/Koiso Chihiro. 25. Literature and social change in Meiji Japan : Natsume Soseki and Mori Ogai/Prem Motwani. 26. Shimazaki Toson's Novella 'Rojo' and Women's liberation movement in Meiji Japan/P.A. George. 27. Women of 'Virtue' : a case study of Janakidevi Bajaj (1892-1979)/Hisae Komatsu. VI. Multicultural transactions : literature in translation: 28. Prospects of translating Japanese literature in India : contemporary growth and challenges/Satya Bhushan Verma. 29. On Japanese literature and its translations in India/Suresh Salil. 30. Japanese translations of the postwar Indian English Literature : a case study of Anita Desai's in custody/Akira Takahashi. 31. Hindi translations of Japanese fiction/Ganga Prasad Vimal. 32. Literature in translation-progress and problems : Personal experience in translating modern Japanese literature into Tamil/V.N. Balambal. 33. Improvement of Indo-Japanese relation through literature into Tamil/V.N. Balambal. 33. Improvement of Indo-Japanese relation through literature : a comment/P.A. George. 34. Role of machine aids in translating literature/Ashok K. Chawla. VII. Exploring images: 35. Vedic research in Japan during the last fifty years : retrospect and prospect/Yasuke Ikari. 36. Research and studies of Sanskrit literature in Japan : Trends and prospects/Hisayoshi Miyamoto. 37. Medieval Hindi literature in Japan : special reference to translating Kabir's Bijak/Taigen Hashimoto. 38. Toward establishing enduring ties between India and Japan through literature : a brief history of accepting modern Indian literature in Japan centering on the period after 1952/Teiji Sakata. 39. Trends in teaching and research in Japanese literature in India : Progress and prospects/Unita Sachidanand. 40. Status of research in Bangla and Punjabi Literatures in Japan/Tomio Mizokami. 41. Japan and Japanese literature in Bengal/Gita A. Keeni. 42. Language teaching and cultural interchange through the medium of Hindi d. Seller Inventory # 51754

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Uma Joshi, Rameshwari Pandya and Avani Maniar

Published by Author Press (2012)

ISBN 10: 8172736452 ISBN 13: 9788172736453

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About this Item: Author Press, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Vol. I: Preface. I. Ageing : A challenge: 1. Attitude of academicians towards increased retirement age/G.L. Bagdi. 2. Mean differences in life satisfaction of elderly people in urban and semi-urban region of Lucknow (UP)/Priyanka and Sunita Mishra. 3. Ageing: problems and solutions/Santosh Tikoo and Jagdish Gupta. 4. Emerging challenges of old age care in India/Garima Choudhary, Jatinder K. Gulati and Deepshikha. 5. Thantaphobia death anxiety in elderly as related to religiosity/Princy and Tejpreet Kaur Kang. 6. Active and joyful ageing--engaging approach in later adulthood/Poonam Gandhi-Moirangthem. 7. Feminisation of ageing/Anjali Raje. 8. Perceptions of the elderly regarding late adulthood and their problems/Uma Joshi and Streemlet Sohtren. 9. Our laws and the problems of senior citizens a hypothesis/Y.S. Purohit. 10. Ageing in Gujarat trend analysis of population census/Y.S. Purohit. II. The elderly and health issues problems and challenges: 11. The association of health management with the health of elderly people/Deepshikha and Ashu K. Bajwa. 12. Curcumin as an anti ageing secret to live a healthy life/Kunda Mahajan and Himani Puri. 13. The elderly and health management/Anand Ambali. 14. Elderly health problems: issues and solutions/Varsha Parikh and Rameshwari Pandya. 15. A study of health problems faced by elderly women/Mona Mehta. 16. Healthy old age/Vrushali Datar and Kavita Kholgade. 17. A study on behavioural techniques and adult diapers in managing incontinence/Suman D. Mundkur. 18. Risk factor profile of geriatric type 2 diabetes mellitus subjects/Uma M. Iyer, Shonima Venugopal and Swati Dhruv. 19. Communications for behaviour change/Pallavi Mehta, Komal Chauhan, Hemangini Gandhi and Hetal Shah. 20. Elderly health management/Rameshwari Pandya and Nidita Joshi. 21. Osteoporosis/Hansa Kang. Vol. II: III. Elderly and institutionalization: 22. Impact of interventions on the quality of life of institutionalized elderly/Sushma Goel and Mayanka Gupta. 23. Socio-cultural life of the elderly living in old age homes of Varanasi city (U.P.)Indira Bishnoi, Sarita Verma and Manmeet Kaur. 24. Clothing needs of elderly Indian women suffering from Arthritis/Armaiti Shukla. 25. Communications for behaviour change/Pallavi Mehta, Komal Chauhan, Hemangini Gandhi and Hetal Shah. 26. Old age homes: emerging reality/Uma Joshi and Binny Thobhani. IV. The elderly and intergenerational relationships: 27. The role of grandparents in child rearing/Hina Mankodi and Pooja Sanghvi. 28. Intergenerational relationships/Kushagra Joshi, S. Thind and Sushma Jaswal. 29. Presence of grandparents in families/Sarjoo Patel and Maneesha Shukul. 30. Today's youth: views of silver citizen/Sangeeta Chaudhary. V. The elderly and economic security: 31. Helping the senile to be Independent/Dimple Saluja and Anuradha Mathu. 32. Economic security arrangements in the context of population ageing in India/Serene Shekhar and Bela R. Sadhu. 33. Economic social and legal security for the elderly/Prafull Chavate. 34. Work status of retired elderly/Avani Maniar and Shivani Mehta. VI. The elderly and media: 35. Introducing senior citizens to the digital world/Avani Maniar, Mitali Shah and Krutika Muley. 36. Old age: golden technology/Serene Shekhar, Pragaya Dashora, Hasumati D. Shashtri and Beene Patel. 37. The elderly and media: uncharted territories/Mira K. Desai. VII. The elderly and home: 38. A study on the physical environment of the homes of aged couples living Independently/Neerja Jaiswal and Namrata Dodia. 39. Elderly friendly initiative in making a home/Mahima Taparia and Manjari Aacharya. VIII. The elderly and abuse: 40. They too count elder abuse and mistreatment the need for social work intervention/M.N. Parmar, Aruna Khasgiwala and Sunita Rakesh Jolly. 41. Elder abuse/Beena Patel, Bela Sadhu and Hasumati D. Shastri. 42. Ageing with alternate sexuality/Veena Panjwani. Index. Seller Inventory # 109140

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Edited by T S Tomar

Published by B.R. Publishing Corporation (2017)

ISBN 10: 9386223821 ISBN 13: 9789386223821

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About this Item: B.R. Publishing Corporation, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Introduction. Part I: Values, Ethics and Social Responsibility: 2. Socio economic analysis of erosion of moral values/B Sharma. 3. Gender issues in Eunice De Souzaís poem Marriages are Made/Dipika Bhatt. 4. Business ethics in India/Rajpul Bhardwaj. 5. Social responsibility of business towards eradication of child labour in India/M K Gupta. 6. Social responsibility for health and sanitation/Neetu Tripathi. 7. Role of values and ethics for women empowerment- a issue of social responsibility/R.C. Dikshit and Y S Bhaduria. 8. Women empowerment: a key for sustainable rural development/R P Yadav, P Kumar and Sachin Goyal. 9. Role of gender in social values and ethics/Uday Khnna, O P Soni etc. Part II: Values, Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility: 10. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): an analysis of preference between companies CSR Initiatives and citizenís perception/Akanksha and Gargi Rawat. 11. Role of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in optimizing human happiness/B K Jha. 12. Corporate social responsibility/Dayaram. 13. Corporate social responsibility for the multinational corporation/P Kumar and Anurag. 14. Importance of ethics to enhance a businessís reputation and work culture/Hansa Shukla. 15. Corporate social responsibility and its impact on globalization/K S Ramola and Neeraj Kumar. 16. Evolution and implementation of business ethics and corporate social responsibility in changing business scenario/Namrata Prakash and Swati Bisht. 17. Green marketing: a initiative taken by business organization as their social responsibility/Poonam Painuly and Pragya Bharti. 18. Values, ethics corporate social responsibility in India/SKS Yadav. 19. Corporate social responsibility in global scenario/Sugandha Verma. 20. Employee empowerment and job satisfaction: a comparative study of men and women in manufacturing sector/S Rana and Vandana Singh. 21. Philanthropy, corporate social responsibility and the education sector in India: two steps forward, one step backward/Tunga Tarodi. Part III: Social Responsibility and Economic Development: 22. Social values in the global scenario: present context/Avtar Singh. 23. An overview of the contribution of corporate social responsibility on economic development/V S Rawat and Brij Mohan Prasad. 24. The green movement: social euphony through social media/C P Tripathi. 25. Globalization and social responsibility/Neha Sharma and Esha Sharma. 26. Societal challenges, public participation and ethical issues on E-Governance/R P Vashist and K R Jain. 27. Need of business ethics in the new era of globalization/RP Yadav and Praveen Kumar. Part IV: Conclusions: 28. The emerging landscape of merger and acquisition in India/Arun Kumar and Satvinder Kaur. 29. Values, ethics and social responsibility/T.S. Tomar. Part V: Afterwards: 30. Value-based education: the need of the hour/Ajay Bhardwaj. 31. Value of human life with special reference to life and times of Michael K by J.M. Coetzee/Babita Negi. 32. Understanding women empowerment: historical to contemporary perspective/N Sharma. 33. Internal chemistry of human values with respect to society/Raj Kumar. 34. Enhancement of technology for social development/Richa Chauhan. 35. Value based education Ė need of twentyfirst century/Rubi Gupta and Gaurav Kumar. 36. Quality school education: Place of social values, ethics and gender/Shilpi Negi. 37. Social responsibility and psychological health Ė a review paper/U Gupta. 38. A critical analysis of Mulk Raj Anandís fiction in context of social awareness/Nalini Jain. 39. A conceptual study of corporate social responsibility: with special reference to Punjab National Bank/Reeta and V K Gupta. Seller Inventory # 122433

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P Bhattacharya; A K Kandya and K N Krishna Kumar

Published by Aavishkar, Jaipur (2008)

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About this Item: Aavishkar, Jaipur, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I. Foreword. Preface. I. Theme Policy legal issues and property right regimes in JFM and its challenges 1. JFM at crossroad future strategy and action programme for institutionalizing community forestry/P. Bhattacharya K.N. Krishna Kumar Ram Prasad K.C. Malhotra D. Debnath G. Yadav B.K. Prasad S. Roy Lolita Pradhan and Anshu Singh. 2. Exploring options for Joint Forest Management in India/K.D. Singh and Bhaskar Sinha. 3. Models of community forestry/Ajit Banerjee. 4. Evolution of good governance through forest policy reforms in India/A.K. Mukerji. 5. Impact of government policies and programs on community participation in forest governance in India an overview/V.K. Mishra. 6. Media (print) salience and perception in relation to JFM issues with special reference to Harda/K.N. Krishna Kumar and Preeti Shrivastava. 7. Right based advocacy needs for grassroots involvement in JFM/Mukund Gorakshkar. 8. Nesting institutions Joint Forest Management and Panchayati Raj/Smrithi Talwar. 9. Holistic approach for Sustainable Forest Management involving communities developing C&I framework of South Seoni Forest Division (Madhya Pradesh)/P.C. Kotwal D. Dugaya and M.D. Omprakash. 10. Policy legal issues and property rights in JFM/D.P.S. Verma. 11. Joint Forest Management the challenges ahead/P.K. Biswas. II. Theme Livelihood opportunities for sustaining JFM 12. Improving livelihood of tribals by tree farming through Jhum cultivation in the State of Nagaland/S.P. Tripathi. 13. NTFP based micro enterprise development experience of differential trickle down over social layers of participant communities/R.N. Chattopadhyay. 14. Collaborations in NTFP based livelihood enhancement the example of Adda Leaf (Bauhinia Vahlii) in Andhra Pradesh/D. Suryakumari G. Solomon Raj and V. Balaraj Gupta. 15. Promoting livelihood opportunities for women through SHG formation SEWA's initiatives/Sewa Team. 16. Small plants but big hopes for sustained community action a case study from Mayurbhanj Orissa/Sanjeev Padhi. 17. NTFP value addition and management the key to sustainability of the JFM/Biswajit Padhi. 18. Beyond the paradox of prophesy and practice in Joint Forest Management arguments for monitoring the impact of JFM on livelihoods in India/Brian Belcher. 19. Community forestry and livelihood in Makawanpur District Nepal/Ripu M. Kunwar and Prodyut Bhattacharya. III. Theme Ecological Ramifications of JFM and innovations in silvicultural aspects 20. Participatory silviculture in JFM and its challenges/S. Palit. 21. Ecological and economic impact of JFM programme in Uttarakhand quick appraisal of a few villages in Kumaun Hills/G.C.S. Negi. 22. Joint Forest Management in India compulsions and needs/Jugal B. Lal. 23. Participatory eco restoration of degraded lateritic soil of Southwest Bengal a case study/S.K. Maiti M.S. Hazra and T.K. Mishra. 24. Changes in forest regeneration productivity and biodiversity in JFM Areas of Andhra Pradesh/Kameshwar Rao. 25. Management of sal forests under JFM a case study of Bela Village Forest Committee in Korba District of Chhattisgarh/O.P. Chaybey and P.K. Shukla. 26. Factors influencing implementation of agroforestry in JFM areas/Anshu Singh. 27. Watershed management and its socio economic impact in forest areas of Garhwal Himalayas/Hishmi Jamil Husain and B.K.P. Sinha. 28. Scope of involving Joint Forest Management Committees in core forestry activities/P.K. Shukla and S.P. Singh. Vol. II. IV. Theme Institutional innovation issues in JFM and their implementation 29. Institutional sustainability of JFM programme in India/S.B. Roy and Sarvashish Roy. 30. The sustainability of village institutions under JFM some issues emerging from the case studies of the NGO experiences from Gujarat India/C.P. Geevan and Satyasiba Bedamatta. 31. Joint Forest Management over a decade and beyond in Madhya Pradesh a case study on livelihood interventions and assessment of attitudes in Harda Division/Debashish Debnath. 32. Institutiona. Seller Inventory # 68846

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