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Arvind Kumar,Lalan Kumar Singh

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. India exhibits a panorama of the ecological conditions of rest of the world within her geographical boundaries. Ecology is a multidisciplinary science. Ecology is regarded as the science which investigates organisms in relation to their environment and a philosophy in which the world of life is interpreted in terms of natural processes. The growing population, relentless marches towards development and the subsequent increasing have forced man towards urbanization and industrialization. The waste, which is posing serious ecological problem, should be recycled in time to keep the ecosystem healthy.;This book is a unique collection of research articles which must be useful to the ecologists, academicians, researchers, administrators, industrialists, environmental lawyers, rural technologists and the interested people in general.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Community Ecology: A Critical Review by Arvind Kumar; Chapter 2: The Invertebrate Colonization During Decomposition of Eichhornia crassipes Solms in the Mouth Zone of Guarei River into Jurumirim Reservoir (Sao Paulo, Brazil) by R Henry and N de L Stripari; Chapter 3: Effects of Prescribed Burning on Bacterial and Fungal Communities of Top Soil in Olokemeji Forest Reserve, Nigeria by A Akinsoji and Elizabeth Sowemimo; Chapter 4: Muga Based Ecological Farming System: An Approach to Sustainable Rural Development and Ecorestoration by L N Kakati and B T Kakati; Chapter 5: Water Management and Analysis by K Bayapu Reddy, R V S S L Revathi and T Manjunatha; Chapter 6: Biomonitoring Approach with Benthic Macro-invertebrates for Water Quality Assessment in a Medium Reservoir by Ch Srinivas and Ravi Shankar Piska; Chapter 7: Diversity of Phyto and Zooplankton with Reference to Pollution Status of Kalavam Bazaar Lake, Arcot, Vellore District by V Indra, V Prabakaran and R Balachandar; Chapter 8: Biochemical Changes in the Snail Bellamya bengalensis (Lamarck) Under Toxic Stress of Sumicidin by P H Rohankar and K M Kulkarni; Chapter 9: Air Pollution and Human Body by V Rajendra Prasad, Y Prasanna Kumar, P King and V S R K Prasad; Chapter 10: Requirement of Dietary Vitamin E in Relation to Growth, Feed Conversion and Deficiency Symptoms for the Fingerlings of Labeo rohita (Hamilton) by Ashok K Gupta; Chapter 11: Effect of Metal Poisoning on Total Body Carbohydrate in Sphaerodema rusticum (Belostomatidae: Hemiptera) by S Mumtazuddin and S Ehyteshamuddin; Chapter 12: A Model Approach for the Water Quality: A Case Study of River Cauvery by A G Nataraj, K L Prakash, R K Somashekar and N Manmohan Rao; Chapter 13: Impact of Tourist Influx on the Courtallam Water Quality Index by G Gitanjali and A Kumaresan; Chapter 14: Water Quality Index for Ground Water Affected with Bicycle Manufacturing Industrial Wastes: An Environmental Quality Audit by Vineeta Shukla, Sharda Abusaria, Monika Dhankhar and K V Sastry; Chapter 15: Zooplankton Diversity in the Chennai Coast, Tamil Nadu by V Indra and R Ramanibai; Chapter 16: The Diversity and Seasonality of Soil Protozoans in Gir Protected Area by Pragna Parikh, Rushita Adhikari and Kiran Ahir; Chapter 17: Investigation on Sub Surface Water Quality of Tarikere Taluk with Special Reference to Physico-Chemical Characteristics by K Harish Babu and E T Puttaiah; Chapter 18: Analysis of Fluoride in the Groundwater of Akola District: A Case Study by S B Thakare, A V Parwate, M Rao; Chapter 19: Parasitic Infection and Drinking Water Quality in Lashkar Township (Gwalior) MP by Naseem Khan, Asha Mathur and R Mathur; Chapter 20: Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectrometer (EDS) Analysis of Cesspool Environment Soil Samples by J Subashini, N Ramamurthy and G Jagadeesan; Chapter 21: Effect of Stocking Density on the Blood Parameters of Goldfish Carassius auratus by A Elezabeth Mary and M Sakthivel; Chapter 22: Food and Feeding Habits of the Gobiid Fish Pseudapoc Printed Pages: 316. Seller Inventory # 59147

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Arvind Kumar,Lalan Kumar Singh

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. India exhibits a panorama of the ecological conditions of rest of the world within her geographical boundaries. Ecology is a multidisciplinary science. Ecology is regarded as the science which investigates organisms in relation to their environment and a philosophy in which the world of life is interpreted in terms of natural processes. The growing population, relentless marches towards development and the subsequent increasing have forced man towards urbanization and industrialization. The waste, which is posing serious ecological problem, should be recycled in time to keep the ecosystem healthy.;This book is a unique collection of research articles which must be useful to the ecologists, academicians, researchers, administrators, industrialists, environmental lawyers, rural technologists and the interested people in general.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Community Ecology: A Critical Review by Arvind Kumar; Chapter 2: The Invertebrate Colonization During Decomposition of Eichhornia crassipes Solms in the Mouth Zone of Guarei River into Jurumirim Reservoir (Sao Paulo, Brazil) by R Henry and N de L Stripari; Chapter 3: Effects of Prescribed Burning on Bacterial and Fungal Communities of Top Soil in Olokemeji Forest Reserve, Nigeria by A Akinsoji and Elizabeth Sowemimo; Chapter 4: Muga Based Ecological Farming System: An Approach to Sustainable Rural Development and Ecorestoration by L N Kakati and B T Kakati; Chapter 5: Water Management and Analysis by K Bayapu Reddy, R V S S L Revathi and T Manjunatha; Chapter 6: Biomonitoring Approach with Benthic Macro-invertebrates for Water Quality Assessment in a Medium Reservoir by Ch Srinivas and Ravi Shankar Piska; Chapter 7: Diversity of Phyto and Zooplankton with Reference to Pollution Status of Kalavam Bazaar Lake, Arcot, Vellore District by V Indra, V Prabakaran and R Balachandar; Chapter 8: Biochemical Changes in the Snail Bellamya bengalensis (Lamarck) Under Toxic Stress of Sumicidin by P H Rohankar and K M Kulkarni; Chapter 9: Air Pollution and Human Body by V Rajendra Prasad, Y Prasanna Kumar, P King and V S R K Prasad; Chapter 10: Requirement of Dietary Vitamin E in Relation to Growth, Feed Conversion and Deficiency Symptoms for the Fingerlings of Labeo rohita (Hamilton) by Ashok K Gupta; Chapter 11: Effect of Metal Poisoning on Total Body Carbohydrate in Sphaerodema rusticum (Belostomatidae: Hemiptera) by S Mumtazuddin and S Ehyteshamuddin; Chapter 12: A Model Approach for the Water Quality: A Case Study of River Cauvery by A G Nataraj, K L Prakash, R K Somashekar and N Manmohan Rao; Chapter 13: Impact of Tourist Influx on the Courtallam Water Quality Index by G Gitanjali and A Kumaresan; Chapter 14: Water Quality Index for Ground Water Affected with Bicycle Manufacturing Industrial Wastes: An Environmental Quality Audit by Vineeta Shukla, Sharda Abusaria, Monika Dhankhar and K V Sastry; Chapter 15: Zooplankton Diversity in the Chennai Coast, Tamil Nadu by V Indra and R Ramanibai; Chapter 16: The Diversity and Seasonality of Soil Protozoans in Gir Protected Area by Pragna Parikh, Rushita Adhikari and Kiran Ahir; Chapter 17: Investigation on Sub Surface Water Quality of Tarikere Taluk with Special Reference to Physico-Chemical Characteristics by K Harish Babu and E T Puttaiah; Chapter 18: Analysis of Fluoride in the Groundwater of Akola District: A Case Study by S B Thakare, A V Parwate, M Rao; Chapter 19: Parasitic Infection and Drinking Water Quality in Lashkar Township (Gwalior) MP by Naseem Khan, Asha Mathur and R Mathur; Chapter 20: Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectrometer (EDS) Analysis of Cesspool Environment Soil Samples by J Subashini, N Ramamurthy and G Jagadeesan; Chapter 21: Effect of Stocking Density on the Blood Parameters of Goldfish Carassius auratus by A Elezabeth Mary and M Sakthivel; Chapter 22: Food and Feeding Habits of the Gobiid Fish Pseudapoc Printed Pages: 316. Seller Inventory # 59147

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M R Biju

Published by Mittal, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8183241298 ISBN 13: 9788183241298

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About this Item: Mittal, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Global tourism The evolutionary process/M.R. Biju. 2. Management of hospitality industry the Indian panorama/M.R. Biju. 3. Decentralized tourism governance in Haryana/Chanchal Kumar Sharma. 4. Hospitality industry in Kerala performances and promises/M.R. Biju. 5. Geographical Information System (GIS) and tourism/K. Srinivasan and Anand V. Nath. 6. Sustainable development and tourism/S. Vinu Kumar and K.S. Chandrasekhar. 7. Strategic management in tourism/P.O. George. 8. Redefining tourism marketing strategies/Vijai Caprihan and Kirti Shivakumar. 9. Personalization in tourism/Vijai Caprihan and Kirti Shivakumar. 10. Eco Tourism tourism of the new millennium/M.R. Biju. 11. Eco Tourism in India/Vijai Caprihan and Kirti Shivakumar. 12. Eco Tourism in Kerala/M.R. Biju. 13. Natural environment and tourists inflow/P.M. Mathew. 14. Health tourism Kerala beckons the traveller/Bhawani Cheerath. 15. Service quality in tourism sector industry of Madurai/T. Vannia Rajan. 16. Hospitality and tourism a case study of Kerala/M. Sarngadharan and N. Retnakumari. 17. Kovalam struggling a study on the current tourism scenario/Dileep M.R. 18. Globalization and tourism impact and prospects/Motiram. 19. Rural tourism a new approach to sustainability/Mohinder Chand and Ravi Bhushan Kumar. 20. Terrorism a menace to tourism growth/Renu Malra. Index. Tourism is one of the world's most rapidly growing industries and it has emerged as a fast growing sector in terms of employment and income generation. Its contribution to the world economy is very significant. World Travel and Tourism Council has identified tourism as the world's most rapidly developing industry and its contribution to the world economy has almost doubled from 1990s. Besides employment generation tourism sector has played a pivotal role in poverty alleviation and sustainable human development. The concept of tourism is very complex to define though several attempts have been made by renowned writers to explain it. The international dictionary of tourism points out that tour in English and in French means a journey a circulative trip. The 19 century dictionary defines tourists as people who travel for pleasure of travelling out of curiosity and because they have nothing better to do and even for the joy of boasting about it afterwards. Conceptually tourism arises from the movement of people to and their stay in different destinations. The journey is the dynamic element in it and the stay static. Against this background this collection of papers contributed by renowned writers academicians and experienced administrators in the field of hospitality management embodies critical analysis of various aspects of tourism industry both in theoretical and practical terms and makes concrete suggestions for revamping the tourism industry in India. The volume has been divided into three broad categories. The introductory part examines the global national and regional evolution of tourism sector. The second part unfolds the recent issues and facets in tourism viz. geographical information system strategic management health marketing strategies sustainable development service quality personalization natural environment eco tourism and the impact of terrorism on tourism industry. The concluding part presents a few micro level studies from an experimental perspective. The views and opinions expressed by the contributors are of immense value for policy makers planners administrators and academicians for restructuring and rejuvenating policies and strategies related to tourism issues in the days to come. 262 pp. Seller Inventory # 61856

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Talluru Sreenivas

Published by Discovery, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8183560571 ISBN 13: 9788183560573

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About this Item: Discovery, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgements. List of contributors. I. Agriculture 1. Agriculture sector challenges and strategies/Yalamanchili Sivaji. 2. Development of agriculture challenges before emerging India/Pratik Modi. 3. Indian agriculture sector an analysis/V. Narasimha Rao. 4. Liberalization of Indian agriculture a policy approach/R.V. Rao K.C. Sekhar and B. Sambasiva Rao. 5. Prospects of food security under vision 2020/Ch. Thandava Krishna. 6. Indian Tobacco a panorama/K. Butchaiah and N. Badarinarayana. 7. India as a potential cotton producing country/M. Venkateswara Rao and K. Deepthi. 8. Economic reforms the challenges for co operative/B.K.S. Prakasha Rao Y. Srinivasulu and B. Nageswara Rao. 9. Networking of rivers/M. Sathya Sudha. II. Industry 10. Enhancing competitiveness among small and medium enterprises/D. Nagayya. 11. Is Indian industry ready for global competition/R. Jaya Prakash Reddy. 12. Emerging dimensions of Indian industry/P.L. Madhava Rao. 13. Challenges for Indian multinational corporations/K. Jayachandra B. Ramachandra Reddy M. Venkateswarlu and B. Yuvaraja Reddy. 14. Small scale sector emerging scenario/K. Kanaka Durga. 15. Industrial policy of India a bird's eye view/Venkateswara Rao Malapati. 16. Patents implications/G. Bhanu Prakash Babu and Talluru Sreenivas. 17. Quality a competitive strategy for manufacturing a case study of cylinder liners for automobiles/K. Sridhar. 18. Indian pharmaceutical industry opportunities and challenges/Manish Sidhpuria. 19. Vision pharmaceuticals 2010/A. Shankaraiah Rudra Saibaba and S.V. Ramana. 20. Innovative value additions and positioning the next phase of retailing/G. Anjaneya Swamy and Deepak Raajan. 21. Green marketing strategies for sustainable growth/T. Naga Raju. 22. Marketing strategies for rural Indian markets/Sridhar R Iyer. 23. Export promotion industrial parks/D. Nagayya. 24. Development through planned social change experiences from the area of sanitation/Renuka Garg and Priti Garg. 25. Developing rural infrastructure a challenges/N. Chandra Sekhara Rao. 26. Managing the power sector lessons from Andhra Pradesh/M.V.S. Koteswara Rao. Index. Perspectives of Indian agriculture industry and infrastructure are themes sought after by many in various organisations including the academic community for extensive research policy formulation and implementation. Under these four heads a number of specific topics have been covered in this publication through thought provoking papers. These are contributions from specialists associated with research work implementors and practitioners of programmes. The contributors present considerable insights into review of progress gains and shortfalls of implementation and directions for the future. They throw light on what needs to be done for accelerating economic growth at national state and sub regional levels. To enable India to become a developed nation efficiency of the use of physical resources and human resources is vital along with effectiveness of the use of capital advanced technologies and adoption of modern methods of governance. A few of the specific themes covered are (a) Agriculture food security Indian agriculture scenario tobacco cotton dairy development and networking of rivers (b) Industry enhancing competitiveness among small and medium enterprises and Indian industry as a whole patents quality improvement and pharmaceuticals and (c) infrastructure export promotion industries park rural infrastructure power sector. The publication will be highly interesting and useful for all those associated with or interested in a wide range of themes covered here. Policy makers administrators researchers and academics will find this particularly enlightening and showing directions for action oriented programmes as well as for pursuing further research work at micro level. 346 pp. Seller Inventory # 62240

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Arvind Kumar,Lalan Kumar Singh

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. India exhibits a panorama of the ecological conditions of rest of the world within her geographical boundaries. Ecology is a multidisciplinary science. Ecology is regarded as the science which investigates organisms in relation to their environment and a philosophy in which the world of life is interpreted in terms of natural processes. The growing population, relentless marches towards development and the subsequent increasing have forced man towards urbanization and industrialization. The waste, which is posing serious ecological problem, should be recycled in time to keep the ecosystem healthy.;This book is a unique collection of research articles which must be useful to the ecologists, academicians, researchers, administrators, industrialists, environmental lawyers, rural technologists and the interested people in general.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Community Ecology: A Critical Review by Arvind Kumar; Chapter 2: The Invertebrate Colonization During Decomposition of Eichhornia crassipes Solms in the Mouth Zone of Guarei River into Jurumirim Reservoir (Sao Paulo, Brazil) by R Henry and N de L Stripari; Chapter 3: Effects of Prescribed Burning on Bacterial and Fungal Communities of Top Soil in Olokemeji Forest Reserve, Nigeria by A Akinsoji and Elizabeth Sowemimo; Chapter 4: Muga Based Ecological Farming System: An Approach to Sustainable Rural Development and Ecorestoration by L N Kakati and B T Kakati; Chapter 5: Water Management and Analysis by K Bayapu Reddy, R V S S L Revathi and T Manjunatha; Chapter 6: Biomonitoring Approach with Benthic Macro-invertebrates for Water Quality Assessment in a Medium Reservoir by Ch Srinivas and Ravi Shankar Piska; Chapter 7: Diversity of Phyto and Zooplankton with Reference to Pollution Status of Kalavam Bazaar Lake, Arcot, Vellore District by V Indra, V Prabakaran and R Balachandar; Chapter 8: Biochemical Changes in the Snail Bellamya bengalensis (Lamarck) Under Toxic Stress of Sumicidin by P H Rohankar and K M Kulkarni; Chapter 9: Air Pollution and Human Body by V Rajendra Prasad, Y Prasanna Kumar, P King and V S R K Prasad; Chapter 10: Requirement of Dietary Vitamin E in Relation to Growth, Feed Conversion and Deficiency Symptoms for the Fingerlings of Labeo rohita (Hamilton) by Ashok K Gupta; Chapter 11: Effect of Metal Poisoning on Total Body Carbohydrate in Sphaerodema rusticum (Belostomatidae: Hemiptera) by S Mumtazuddin and S Ehyteshamuddin; Chapter 12: A Model Approach for the Water Quality: A Case Study of River Cauvery by A G Nataraj, K L Prakash, R K Somashekar and N Manmohan Rao; Chapter 13: Impact of Tourist Influx on the Courtallam Water Quality Index by G Gitanjali and A Kumaresan; Chapter 14: Water Quality Index for Ground Water Affected with Bicycle Manufacturing Industrial Wastes: An Environmental Quality Audit by Vineeta Shukla, Sharda Abusaria, Monika Dhankhar and K V Sastry; Chapter 15: Zooplankton Diversity in the Chennai Coast, Tamil Nadu by V Indra and R Ramanibai; Chapter 16: The Diversity and Seasonality of Soil Protozoans in Gir Protected Area by Pragna Parikh, Rushita Adhikari and Kiran Ahir; Chapter 17: Investigation on Sub Surface Water Quality of Tarikere Taluk with Special Reference to Physico-Chemical Characteristics by K Harish Babu and E T Puttaiah; Chapter 18: Analysis of Fluoride in the Groundwater of Akola District: A Case Study by S B Thakare, A V Parwate, M Rao; Chapter 19: Parasitic Infection and Drinking Water Quality in Lashkar Township (Gwalior) MP by Naseem Khan, Asha Mathur and R Mathur; Chapter 20: Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectrometer (EDS) Analysis of Cesspool Environment Soil Samples by J Subashini, N Ramamurthy and G Jagadeesan; Chapter 21: Effect of Stocking Density on the Blood Parameters of Goldfish Carassius auratus by A Elezabeth Mary and M Sakthivel; Chapter 22: Food and Feeding Habits of the Gobiid Fish Pseudapoc Printed Pages: 316. Seller Inventory # 59147

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Jagannath Mohanty

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2008)

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Acknowledgements. List of contributors. Editorial notes. I. Democracy sociology and economics of education 1. Impact of democracy on primary education in India with special reference to Orissa/Jagannath Mohanty. 2. Socio economic background of the students studying in the high schools of Bhubaneswar/Jagannath Mohanty.3. The relationship between socio economic status and achievement of Class IX students/Manoranjan Panda. 4. Early Childhood Education (ECE) for Universalisation of Elementary Education (UEE)/Jagannath Mohanty. 5. An investigation into the problems and prospects of school community cooperation for democratisation and improvement of education/Jagannath Mohanty. II. Rural Tribal and minorities development in education 6. An evaluative study of Navodaya Vidyalayas in Haryana/Kailash Ch. Behera. 7. Problems of tribal education in the context of National Policy of Education 1986/Jyoti Ranjan Bohidar. 8. Research in education of minorities in India gaps and priorities/Nityananda Pradhan. 9. Sustainable solutions of environmental problems through community based education case study of a tribal village/Nityananda Pradhan. 10. Family life values in the tribal communities an ethnographic case study of the Paraja/Nityananda Pradhan and Shreelekha Dei. 11. Anthropometric status of child labourers/Anjali Pattanaik and Haritha N. III. Nutrition creativity and methods of teaching 12. Nutritional status and its effect on physical development and educational achievement/Anjali Pattanaik. 13. Creativity a study of children with different disabilities/Anjali Pattanaik. 14. Effect of creative method of teaching English (CMTE) on development of creativity and achievement an experiment on secondary school students/Pramod Kumar Prusty. 15. Effect of creative method of teaching English on development of creative thinking of secondary school students/Pramod Kumar Prusty. 16. Study of the efficacy of the field trip in the teaching of social studies in Primary schools/Jagannath Mohanty. 17. Science education programme in secondary schools/Rajashree Mohanty. 18. Multi grade learning an innovation in primary level education/Pramod Kumar Prusty. 19. Effect of Super Learning Technique (SLT) on development of creative thinking/Pramod Kumar Prusty. IV. Learning through media 20. A study of the educational implications of community television programmes/Subash Chandra Patra. 21. The effect of radio interventions on the language and cognitive development of pre school children/Amarendra Prasad Behera. 22. Study of the effectiveness of educational TV programmes for primary schools/Sadasiba Maharana. 23. An evaluative study of ETV programmes under INSAT/Jagannath Mohanty and Prafulla Kumar Naik. 24. Educational television programmes for the age group 9 11 years an appraisal/Jagannath Mohanty and Sadasiba Maharana. 25. ETV programmes for the children in the age group of 9 11 under INSAT/Jagannath Mohanty and Sadasiba Maharana. 26. Impact of educational television on the competency of elementary school teachers/Suresh C. Behera. 27. Impact of SITE on attendance and enrolment in primary schools/Jagannath Mohanty and P.C. Mohanty. Bibliography. Index. School Education is the foundation of the entire educational infrastructure. It is imperative that its strength and stamina must determine the quality and quantity of educational panorama in the country. It is therefore felt essential to study various aspects of school education in order to know the status quo identify the problems faced and conduct experiments for improving the existing systems and schemes in execution. In this book as many as 27 studies have found place to give an idea about the status issues and concerns in the field of school education. The studies have been classified into four categories such as Democracy sociology and economics of education. Rural tribal and minorities development in education. Nutrition creativity and methods of teaching. Learning through media. Th. Seller Inventory # 69835

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Ravishankar Kumar Singh

Published by Abhijeet, Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8188683531 ISBN 13: 9788188683536

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About this Item: Abhijeet, Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Introduction/R.K. Singh. 1. Poverty alleviation programmes issues and challenges/B.H. Nagoor. 2. Economic reforms and poverty alleviation in India/S.V. Sowani. 3. Dimension of poverty in India/Ram Binod Singh. 4. Poverty and India's economic development an assessment/S.M. Jawed Akhtar. 5. Critical issues in poverty alleviation and sustainable development/Syed Noman Ahmad. 6. Poverty and economic development/Dayanidhi Prasad Roy. 7. Poverty reduction in India a state level study/D.N. Patil. 8. Poverty and sustainable development the Indian Panorama/R.N. Thakur. 9. Sustainable development and the challenge of poverty an Indian perspective/R. Shashi Kumar. 10. Human development and poverty an integrated issue/Ram Naresh Thakur. 11. Poverty in India/K. Ramachandran. 12. Public distribution system in India problems and prospects/V.S. Kulkarni. 13. Sustainable agricultural development in Gujarat a perspective/P.K. Singh. 14. Poverty and sustainable development in India/J. Balakomaraiah. 15. Poverty alleviation a goal for ever/K. Nageswara Rao. 16. Population pauperisation and development an ecological economics perspective of the Indian economy/Pranab Kumar Chattopadhyay. 17. Poverty and sustainable development an Intra and interregional analysis/M. Narasimhulu and Mohamed Irfanulla Khan. 18. Sustainable development poverty and environment do we have a solution/Ajitava Raychaudhuri. 19. Poverty reduction a long view from the 1950s to the millennium/Tapan Kumar Shandilya. 20. Poverty eradication through micro finance/SHG/Manoj Shankar Gupta. 21. Poverty an international problem/Umesh Prasad. 22. Globalisation and rural poverty in India/Kumari Nibha. 23. Poverty a challenge for human development/Krishna Nand Yadav. 24. Rural development in India/L.D. Vaikunthe. 25. An economic analysis of Indian agriculture from green revolution to sustainable development/Baij Nath Singh. 26. Sustainable agricultural development and poverty reduction/K.K. Kaushik. 27. Poverty eradication a challenge in India/Rashmi Akhoury. 28. Sustainable economic development socio economic and environmental study of North East/K.C. Tomba Singh and Th. Pangamba Meitei. 29. Institutions for sustainable development and common property resources/S. Srinivasa Rao. 30. Poverty and sustainable development/Paramjeet Kaur and R.S. Bawa. 31. A human right approach to the disaster of poverty in India/Rachna Suchinmayee. 32. Rural poverty in Uttar Pradesh a suggestive approach/S.P. Tiwari. 33. Poverty and sustainable development/S.P. Tiwari and Himanshu Sekhar Singh. 34. Dynamics of poverty reasons a micro study of poverty scenario in India/Tara Kant Jha. 35. impact of W.T.O on India's agricultural trade/Mohd. Izhar Ahmad. 36. SHGs women and poverty alleviation in Karnataka state/Sabanna S. Talwar. 37. Poverty studies in India a critique/P. Jegadish Gandhi. 38. Poverty and sustainable development strategy for India/I.D. Gupta. 39. Amartya Sen's strategy of poverty reduction and its relevance to India/Bimla Kumari. 40. Poverty and dilemma in development policy/Smriti Mukherjee. Index. Sustainable development is a process of change in which the exploitation of resources the direction of investment the orientation of technological development and institutional change are all in the harmony and enhance both current and future potential to meet human need and aspirations. Any serious attempt and reducing poverty requires sustained economic growth in order to increase productivity and level of income in developing countries. Sustainable development requires not just to economic growth but also to environmental and social issues. More current estimates suggest that 2 billion people will be added to the world population over the next 30 years and another billion in the flowing 20 years. Virtually all of this increase will be in developing countries the bulk of it in urban areas. In these countries 2.5 billion to 3 billion people now live less than $2 a day. Seller Inventory # 54415

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