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S.N. Yogish

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About this Item: Serials Publications. Condition: New. pp. xi + 156, 2 Maps 1st Edition. Seller Inventory # 26154246

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S N Yogish

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About this Item: Serials Publications Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # 1250833

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Yogish S.N.

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About this Item: Serials Publications. Condition: New. pp. xi + 156 2 Maps. Seller Inventory # 7726425

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S.N. Yogish

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About this Item: Serials Publications, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book is unique in nature as it combines the fundamental theoretical aspects and the recent developments in the field of coconut that have been drawing the attention of planters, researchers and extension workers and also general readers. The subject-matter of the book has been divided in seven parts. The first section deals with the Introduction, Objectives and Hypotheses. The second section related to Methodology and Database. Third section deals with Trends in Area, Production and Productivity of Coconut. Fourth section deals with Cost of Cultivation. Fifth section related to Production of Coconut. Sixth section deals with Marketing of Coconut. Seventh section deals with Conclusions. The book, therefore, lays emphasis on the comprehensive analysis of each and every concept supported well by the empirical studies. Printed Pages: 156. Seller Inventory # 45702BV

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S N Yogish

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About this Item: Serials Publications, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Methodology database and profile of study area. 3. Trends in area production and productivity of coconut. 4. Cost of cultivation. 5. Production of coconut. 6. Marketing of coconut. 7. Summary and conclusions. Bibliography. The book is unique in nature as it combines the fundamental theoretical aspects and the recent developments in the field of coconut that have been drawing the attention of planters researchers and extension workers and also general readers. The subject matter of the book has been divided in seven parts. The book therefore lays emphasis on the comprehensive analysis of each and every concept supported well by the empirical studies. 156 pp. Seller Inventory # 53085

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K Uma Devi

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ISBN 10: 8186771425ISBN 13: 9788186771426

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About this Item: Serials, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Matrimonial property rights for Indian women an analysis/R. Meenakshi. 2. Women's property rights a social work perspective/I.V. Lalitha Kumari. 3. Women's property right a gender perspective/B. Suguna. 4. Property rights with special emphasis on women's matrimonial property/K. Samuvel. 5. Equality in property rights where does the Hindu women stand/Yelamanchili Satyanarayana. 6. Property rights of women/A. Balu and Nisha Thundiyil. 7. Property rights of women in India a case of institutionalised gender division/Neeta Tapan. 8. Women and property rights with special emphasis on matrimonial property/S.N. Yogish. 9. Cultural practices of property rights of women in tribal India/Gaya Pandey. 10. The rights of wife to claim on a division of matrimonial property after dissolution of marriage Malaysian perspective/Norliah Ibrahim. 11. Property rights of a wife/M. Supputhai. In Indian society the status of women has changed from time to time depicting the position of women in society as an index to the standard of social organization. The status of any given sections of population in a society is intimately connected with its economic position which depends on rights roles and opportunities for participation in economic activities. The economic status of women is now accepted as an indicator of a society's stage of development. Though India is committed not to discriminate any citizen on the bases of sex caste religion language and area yet the women have been and still are subjected to discrimination in many ways. In Five year Plans women could not obtain their due share. Nearly half of our population are women but they are lagging in comparison to the man in every walk of life. 138 pp. Seller Inventory # 57670

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Anil Bhuimali

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ISBN 10: 8186771972ISBN 13: 9788186771976

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About this Item: Serials, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Editorial notes. 1. The United Nations and women's rights an overview of the issues and achievements/Yeshi Choedon. 2. Dowry an obstacle to women empowerment/Anjali Mehra and Rama Bhardwaj. 3. Poverty alleviation and women empowerment synergistic endeavours of microfinance in North Bengal/Samirendra Natha Dhar. 4. Human resources development for women and quality of work life/R. Meenakshi. 5. Human rights of women/S.N. Yogish. 6. Poverty among women in India/Achala Srivastava. 7. Women and poverty multipronged human rights violation in India/P. Pushpa. 8. Poverty and women's rights violation with special references to Tamilnadu/J. Cyril Kanmony. 9. The stone crushing women of Balasan River bed an appeal from Humanitarian perspective/Samar Kumar Biswas and Somenath Bhattacharjee. 10. Women's rights some issues/B. Sankaran and Prema Sankaran. 11. Poverty and girl child labour a study in Brick Kilns/Siddhartha Sarkar. 12. Women poverty and environment/B.N. Neelima and M.V. Ramanamma. 13. The impact of poverty on violation of women human rights/S. Sri Krishna and S. Anil Kumar. Human rights are those rights which every individual in any society requires as a consequence of being human. The concept has become popular especially since the second world war although its existence can be traced back in ancient Greek and Roman thoughts. This concept has in fact replaced the term natural rights. The millennium development goals human development and human rights together share a common motivation that includes freedom equality solidarity tolerance respect for nature and shared responsibility. Achieving these goals will enlarge human rights. Each goal is connected to economic social and cultural rights counted in the Universal declaration of Human Rights (1948) and many other human rights instruments. Historically human rights have been classified in terms of three generations viz (i) civil and political rights (ii) economic social and cultural rights and (iii) solidarity rights. With the shifting of the focus of global political disputes from the rich and advanced industrialized nations to the poor less developed and developing countries questions regarding the relationship between poverty and oppression arise more frequently that require monitoring human rights for safeguarding the interests of disadvanced sections of the society including women. 212 pp. Seller Inventory # 57192

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Subhash Chandra Singh

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8183870856ISBN 13: 9788183870856

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Abuse of children in their homes during discipline practices a victimological analysis/K. Jaishankar and C. Kannan. 2. Ban on employment of child labour in homes and Dhabas an uphill task/Neera Bharihoke. 3. Child worker poverty and hunger a study among the stone crushers of Balasan River Bed/Samar Kumar Biswas. 4. An empirical study on child ragpickers in Warangal city/Lal B. Suresh and T. Joga Chary. 5. Status of Tuikuk Minority children in Mizoram with special reference to Bawngva and Darlak villages in Mamit District/Y. Nilachandra Singh. 6. Human Rights of children of women prisoners an analysis/Gurpreet K. Pannu. 7. Human rights of children/S.N. Yogish. 8. Implementation of the convention on the Rights of the Child 1989 in Bangladesh a critical review/M. Abdul Hannan M. Shahidul Islam and M. Sahal Uddin. 9. Educational status of Scheduled Caste children and their development in Puducherry Region/K. Sasicoumar Brumot and T. Subramanyam Naidu. 10. Educational problems of tribal children in India a futuristic study/G. Palanisamy and T. Subramanyam Naidu. 11. Trafficking and sexual exploitation of children national and international perspectives/Subhash Chandra Singh. 12. Human rights promotion and impact of war on children/Md. Reyaz Ahmad. 13. The law and the child abuse in Nigeria an appraisal/Bashir L. Ijaiya. 14. Infanticide to foeticide the High Tech Sexism/Priti Saxena. 15. Social situation of the street children in a growing city of Eastern India/R.P. Mohanty and N.K. Behura. 16. Educational status of child girls in India an exploratory study/Akash S.B and Subash C. Natekar. 17. Breast feeding is human rights of the child/Alok Pandey. 18. Household characteristics of child labour in selected states/Shamim Akhtar. The adoption of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child is fundamental to the recognition and realization of children's rights including the right to be free from harmful work. The ethical principles on which international human rights standards are based recognize that all children are the valuable members of the society and that protection of their dignity and realization of their survival and development needs are intrinsic to sustainable development. Children should be enabled to exercise their rights and the opportunities available to them should be prolonged so that work becomes a choice not a necessity. Work can have a major impact on children's right to survival and development. Work can have both positive and negative effects on the realization of a range of child rights and this effect will differ significantly with the nature of work and with the ripeness gender and other status of the child. 256 pp. Seller Inventory # 65569

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Talwar Sabanna

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8183871402ISBN 13: 9788183871402

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Nimbus four twenty and India a deathnell to social sector contracting the IPRs/Nimbur B.N. and Madari D.M. 2. Intellectual Property Rights gear up India to meet the challenges and opportunities/S.K. Karimulla and A. Ranga Reddy. 3. Precision farming importance and relevance to Indian agriculture/V. Siva Jyothsna R. Sudhakar Goud and A. Kamalakar Reddy. 4. Social sector in globalised economy workers perspective/Sham Bahadur Katuwal. 5. Health care infrastructure in the context of globalisation in India/J.B. Komaraiah and Rinky Sharma. 6. India's power sector potential performance and prospects/Kiran Kumar P. Jayasheela and Basil Hans V. 7. Banks and rural development/B. Siddappa. 8. Problems and prospects of India's tourism industry under globalize regime an exploratory study/S.B. Akash and H.Y. Kamble. 9. Banking sector under globalisation/Sumathy Venkatesan. 10. The economics of domestic violence against women/N. Dharmaraj and J. Cyril Kanmony. 11. Intellectual property rights and economic development/S.N. Yogish. 12. Impact of financial sector reforms in banking services a study in Kerala/Benson Kunjukunju and Varghese Anthony. 13. Agriculture India's backbone industry and its plight in the wake of globalisation/P. Pushpa. 14. Sustainable fishery resource development in Maharashtra/P.S. Kamble and Vidya Chougule. 15. Primary education and infrastructure in India progress and problems/N. Harisha Jayasheela and V. Basil Hans. 16. Health for all in India and human distress/W.N. Salve. 17. Problems and prospects of dairy co operatives in India/P.S. Kamble A.S. Suryavanshi and Lalita Jagtap. 18. Problems and prospects of escoms in power distribution/B. Siddappa. 19. Education and telecommunications/S.N. Yogish. 20. The law on industrial designs/M.S. Sowmya and N.S. Sreenivasulu. 21. GATs and India's education sector issues and options/Showkat Ali Magalmani Jayasheela and V. Basil Hans. 22. Water shed development an emerging area of voluntary work in India/V.S. Adigal. 23. Application and procedure under the Patent Act/Kuljit Kaur. The major risk in the globalised world is country risk arising out of intrusion and investment in alien environments characterised by political financial and economic uncertainties in addition to transfer risk which arises owing to transfer products and processes in the event of liberalised factor mobility. The already widening global inequality will be further fuelled by educational inequality in appropriating opportunities. Bad governance itself will be a risk adjoined with governance inseparability risk associated with inefficient changing transactions. Country risks resulting in income disparities reduce overall welfare at the same time increasing inequality. The emergence of regional blocs in trade and culture and the anti globalisation movements caricaturing neo protectionism by more developed groups and the plight of less developed classes and regions in an eye opener in decentralised globalism. 302 pp. Seller Inventory # 68200

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Talwar Sabanna

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8186771743ISBN 13: 9788186771747

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. I. WTO and Agriculture 1. Agriculture and WTO A case study of India's agro food industry/Geetanjali Sharma. 2. Co operative credit for sustainable agricultural development in the post WTO period/Jayasheela Vishwanatha and Shoukat Ali M.M. 3. Impact of intellectual property rights on developing countries/Mohd Izhar Ahmad. 4. Importance of agriculture in the era of globalisation/M.C. Patel and S.M. Pillai. 5. WTO regime and Indian agriculture issues and challenges/Bhagawantappa Bulla. 6. AOA and Indian agriculture problems and prospects/Talwar Sabanna. 7. Agricultural price fluctuations in the context of stabilisation programmes/S.N. Yogish. 8. Decomposition of productivity growth an ecometric analysis for foodgrains production in West Bengal/Kakali Majumdar and Partha Basu. II. WTO and trade and marketing 9. Paradigm shift in Indian foreign trade in the WTO regime/R. Hiremani Naik. 10. Agro processing industries in an era of trade liberalisation a few reflections/M.S. Kallur and K.A. Rasure. 11. WTO and Indian Agricultural Export/D.N. Patil. 12. A study on the export performance of Indian agriculture in the context of globalisation an econometric analysis/K. Murugavelu. 13. Globalisation and India's agriculture trade/B.H. Nagoor. 14. The implications of GATS in higher education services the Indian perspective/Mukta S. Adi. 15. Trade reform and agriculture sector of India an impact analysis of agriculture economy of Kerala/V. Nagarajan Naidu Manju S. Nair and Lakshmi R. 16. Economics of privatization some issues/L.D. Vaikunte. 17. Post WTO integration of markets of farm products impact on and response of Arecanut growers of Assam/Mrinal Kanti Dutta Dharmendra Nath and Madhurjya Prasad Bezbaruah. 18. Economic reforms and domestic market regulations in Indian agriculture/A.R. Veeramani. 19. Marketing strategies for sustainable agriculture/S.N. Yogish. III. WTO and Environment and Employment 20. Natural resource environment pollution and women health/Siddhartha Sarkar. 21. Environmental aspects of agriculture forests and population in Uttar Kannada District a spatio temporal analysis/S.I. Biradar and Shrinivas P. Dandin. 22. Indian biotech industry in the era of globalisation/P. Srinivas Subbarao. 23. Different facets of employment and unemployment in Karnataka during WTO regime/R.R. Biradar and S.T. Bagalkoti. IV. Women empowerment 24. Economic empowerment of women through SHGs a case study in the South Tamil Nadu/V.M.S. Perumal. 25. Self Help Groups and empowerment of women a study of Dahanu Taluka Maharashtra/Marina Bertha Pereira and Dolly Sunny. 26. Partnering a new approach to women's empowerment/Jayashree. 27. The role of women development corporation in the empowerment of women in Karnataka/K. Sivachithappa. Index. Upto December 1994 international trade in merchandise was guided by the rules and provisions of the General Agreement on Trade and Tariff (GATT). The GATT rules however did not work effectively to absorb the complexities of world trade which had been growing steadily both in terms of commodity coverage and the nature of regulators. Moreover the GATT did not cover trade in services which was assuming extreme significance to number of countries because of transnationalisation of finance and capital and the expanding volume of merchandise. Agriculture too was outside the GATT purview. After the 8 year long pre WTO Uruguay round the world economic community was called upon to take a very comprehensive view of trade and trade related issues and to devise an equally comprehensive package of trade practices rules and instrumentalities to be adhered to by the trading partners to obviate unfair trade practices. As a result on January 1 1995 just after the most comprehensive but the most contentious GATT trade round was concluded the first and most powerful world trade regulating agency named World Trade Organisation (WTO) came into existence. India is one of its founding members country. The WTO is. Seller Inventory # 57288

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Anil Bhuimali and S Anil Kumar

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8183870759ISBN 13: 9788183870757

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Contributors. Introduction overview. I. Women at Work 1. Deprivation of rural agrarian women in the background introductory overview of their socio economic and socio cultural status/Hillol Kumar Chakrabarti. 2. Poverty alleviation and women empowerment synergistic endeavours of microfinance in North Bengal/Samirendra Nath Dhar. 3. Status and suffering of women in India an empirical study with respect to access to drinking water in rural areas/Amlan Majumder. 4. The stone crushing women of Balasan River Bed/Samar Kumar Biswas and Somenath Bhattacharjee. 5. Decent work and women's empowerment in agriculture/Anil Bhuimali. 6. Micro enterprises and income generating activities of women a viable alternative for eradicating poverty/Martin Patrick and S. Muraleedhar. II. Women and Education 7. Advancement of females as the teachers and the taught the case of Andhra Pradesh/D. Pulla Rao. 8. Education and Human Rights of Women with special reference to South Asian Nations/M. Supputhai. 9. Globalisation and higher education of women in India/Bhaskar Chaudhuri. 10. Development of primary education in Andhra Pradesh a gender perspective/D. Pulla Rao. III. Women's Rights 11. The United Nations and women's rights an overview of issues and achievements/Yeshi Choeden. 12. Women's rights some issues/B. Sankaran and Prema Sankaran. 13. Poverty and women's rights violation with special reference to Tamil Nadu/J. Cyril Kanmony. 14. Women's rights in managing environment/R. Meenakshi. IV. Human Rights of Women 15. Human rights of women/S.N. Yogish. 16. Poverty and human rights of women in India/D. Solomon Raj and R. Immanuel. 17. Poverty and women in India/Achala Srivastava. 18. Women and poverty multipronged human rights violation in India/P. Pushpa. 19. Discrimination against women in India and existence of human rights violations/K. Samuvel. 20. Impact of poverty on violation of women's human rights/S. Sri Krishna and S. Anil Kumar. 21. Gender discrimination assessment of attitude towards Naidu Widows at Walajapet Taluk/K. Malathi. 22. Gender justice myth of reality/Sukumar Ray. 23. Women Right a theoretical explanation/Samar Kumar Biswas. Index. Globalization has made a tremendous impact on the lives and activities of women throughout the world over. In India today globalisation has had positive and negative effects on women. Our constitution grants women legal citizenship but they get little respect and standing this country. Women have equal rights with men. But the male dominant society does not accept this and because of this Indians women especially the disadvantaged women suffer immensely. Women are discriminated everywhere in the family community and in the society in terms of lower wages for equal job less privilege in education and employment. In the developing country context globalisation has intensified gender inequality although it has lowered gender inequality in some countries where it has led to an unprecedented employment opportunity for women. The present edited book aims at explaining the socio economic conditions of women in the context of globalisation in a developing economy framework. 356 pp. Seller Inventory # 64855

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Talwar Sabanna

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2010. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. A study on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in WTO and developing countries/Karishma Sarkar and Nayan Barua. 2. Energy security and lesson for India/Anil Bhuimali and Bhaskar Chaudhuri. 3. Emancipation of world economy through cooperative sector/Muzamil Jan. 4. Health infrastructure in India present challenges and future prospects/Dinesha P.T. Jayasheela and V. Basil Hans. 5. Microfinance an effective tool for financial inclusion/Dinesha P.T. and Jayasheela. 6. Women empowerment in WTO regime a case study of Araria District of Bihar/Sanjay Kumar Jha. 7. Anti dumping measures under World Trade Organization (WTO)/Kamlesh Tayal and M. Tariq. 8. WTO Brand Extension an emerging strategy of marketing/J.P. Bhosale D.M. Gujrathi and H.D. Thorat. 9. Impact of WTO on agricultural marketing/R.B. Dhande and G.D. Kharat. 10. WTO industrialization and global environmental degradation/B.R. Honparkhe. 11. WTO and labour standards/S.N. Yogish. 12. WTO and Intellectual Property Rights/S.N. Yogish. 13. Solid waste management/A. Vinayagamoorthy. 14. Local area banks - problems and prospects/Benson Kunjukunju and Mohan P. Philip. 15. WTO in protection of India's IPR's/M. Madhumathy and David Soundarajan. 16. WTO Agreement in agriculture/T.C. Brindha R. Nithya and S. David Soundarajan. 17. Impact of globalization on Indian Sugar industry/J.P. Bhosale. 18. A brief analysis of some challenges faced by agribusiness along the value chain/Vinodh K. Natarajan and J. Cyril Kanmony. 19. Impact of Intellectual Property Rights on developing countries an evaluation/Jawahar Lal Ranjana Sharma and Pramod Kumar Sinha. 20. Segmentation of investors based on saving motives/R. Kasilingam and G. Jayabal. 21. Impact of the World Trade Organization on Indian economy/N. Radhakrishnan and K.G. Selvaraj. 22. Impact of the WTO on Indian agriculture - a study/N. Radhakrishnan. 23. Emerging trends in dairy products with reference to Madurai District Tamilnadu/N. Namasivayam and C. Raja. 24. Intellectual Property Rights and its impact on developing countries/K.A. Rasure. 25. WTO and India/M.C. Patel and S.M. Pillai. 26. World Trade Organisation - an appraisal/R. Srinivasan and B.B. Mansuri. 27. WTO and its impact on performance of Small Scale Industries (SSI) sector in India/M.K. Radhakrishnan V.S. Ganesamurthy and A. Sengottaiyan. 28. Trade liberalization and policies in India for edible oil sector an overview/Rama Shankar Singh and Amalendu Kumar. 29. IP enforcement mechanisms in Singapore and Bangladesh with special reference to software piracy/Mohammad Monirul Azam and Abdul Hamid Chowdhury. 30. Problems and challenges of multinational corporations role of international business negotiations/Kameshwar Pandit. 31. Performance evaluation of Tea industry in India/R. Ezhil Jasmine. 32. Rural market in India and the role of information technology/M.V.S. Srinivasa Rao. Globalization process in the world economy in the form of free trade of goods and services across nations international movements of finance capital and labour migration has been strengthened particularly after the revolution of information technology and concerned global actions to initiate the process of policy reforms based on trade liberalization technological collaboration and participation of foreign equity and portfolio investment in different parts of the world. The emergence of WTO at the conclusion of the Uruguay Round of trade negotiations of the GATT has marked the beginning of the multilateral surveillance of the trading agreements that are evolving under the new global order. Further the globalization has been the catchword for international political economy discourses in the 1990s. In other words this term connotes a process of free trade in commodities and services across the nations coupled with greater mobility of factors of production between nations such that economies of different nations tend to get integrated in practice. This would involve gradual dismantling of ar. Seller Inventory # 74209

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K A Rasure

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About this Item: Madhav Books, Gurgaon, 2010. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Rural credit and regional rural banks/K.A. Rasure. 2. Role of informal sector lenders in agricultural and rural development an empirical study/Kanak Kanti Bagchi and Goutam Ghosh. 3. Rural credit for rural development in the global era/Birendra Kumar Jha. 4. Indebtedness of rural farmer households an analysis of the Major States in India/Jagannath Lenka. 5. Micro finance towards empowerment of rural women a study of Tekkali Mandal in Srikakulam District of Andhra Pradesh/D. Pulla Rao and M. Sundara Rao. 6. Rural credit in India recent developments/Vipla Chopra. 7. Micro finance and poverty reduction analytical issues in Tiruchirappalli District Tamil Nadu/A. Gunasekaran. 8. Micro credit and women empowerment through Self Help Groups a case study of Chennai City/A. Gunasekaran. 9. Rural agriculture credit in the post reform period some concerns/Praveen Sharma. 10. Rural credit in the era of globalization/S.N. Yogish. 11. Poverty alleviation through micro credit programme of SHGs a case study of Sabala in Bijapur District of Karnataka/R.R. Biradar Venkatappa Naik and P.M. Pargonda. 12. Agricultural credit flow by public and private sector Banks an economic analysis/Girija Yabannavar Hosamani S.B. and Kulkarni B.S. 13. Microcredit a powerful strategy for attacking poverty in developing countries/P. Loganathan and K. Saravanan. 14. Rural credit in India issues and prospectives/S.K. Dhage and B.G. Lobo. 15. Changing scenario of rural credit in India/S.K. Dhage and B.G. Lobo. 16. Impact of institutional credit on the rural economy of Karnataka a case study of Kolar Grameena Bank/V. Muniraju and V. Ramakrishnappa. 17. Micro credit a ray of hope for poverty alleviation in India/Pushpa Sinha and Ratna Mitra. 18. Rural lending in the reform era/Pushpa S. Abbigeri. 19. Contours of co operative development in Karnataka issues for the new millennia/S. Mahendra Kumar. 20. Self Help Groups and poverty alleviation/R. Ramakrishna N. Subba Rao and D. Tata Rao. 21. Kisan credit card scheme an overview with a focus on Andhra Pradesh/N. Subba Rao. 22. Upliftment of SHGs through micro finance institutions in Rural India/B. Vijaya and Veerendrakumar. 23. An agenda for new institutional order in the global era/S.V. Padmini. 24. Microfinance in India from financial to social intermediation/V. Basil Hans. 25. Micro finance as a tool of empowerment a critical review/N.S. Mugadur and H.H. Uliveppa. 26. Globalization and co operative banking reforms in India with special reference to rural credit on agriculture/A. Marimuthu A. Bose and D. Bose. 27. Creating a safety net through credit/Sherly Kurien. 28. Rural finance in Contemporary India/Channabasavanagouda P. 29. Inclusiveness of banking system in India in retrospect and prospect/Anjali Jain and Mona Khare. 30. Empowerment of rural poor through SHGs formed by DRDA and NGO in Bihar/C.S. Singhal. 31. Rural credit and agricultural development in India an analysis of its structure need and growth/Jayasheela and Shoukat Ali M. 32. Income generation for the poor through micro enterprises/K.P. Kumaran. Index. The book on Rural Credit in the Era of Globalisation tailored to meet the specific requirements of research scholars teachers students planners and policy makers who can utilize it profitably. This book contain 30 papers prepared by eminent personalities coming fairly from seats of higher learning situated in different parts of India. The issue covered in this book have a practical and policy significance in India. The themes have been deeply and intensively discussed by the paper writers. 490 pp. Seller Inventory # 74596

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K A Rasure

Published by Abhijeet Pub, Delhi (2008)

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About this Item: Abhijeet Pub, Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I Foreword. Preface. 1. Economics of medical education and health services in India/K.A. Rasure. 2. A study on inter district disparity in health education and human development in West Bengal/K.K. Bagchi and Ratul Saha. 3. Health care services in India with special reference to Punjab/Vipla Chopra. 4. Economic growth and human development a case study of India/Ravi Kiran and Manpreet Kaur. 5. Reproductive fertility trend and their impact on health services/Saroj Shrivastava and Bhakti Sharma. 6. Human development in India a review/S.M. Jawed Akhtar. 7. Economics of ageing and epidemiological transition/A. Gunasekaran and R. Sumathi. 8. Economics of Indian education health and human development emerging challenges in the global era/Birendra Kumar Jha. 9. An analysis of education status in Haryana/R.S. Nandal and D.P. Malik. 10. Educational dropout of children at primary stage in East Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh/D. Pulla Rao. 11. Status of integrated education for the disabled children in India/D. Pulla Rao. 12. Role of open universities in accessing higher education for the people in India an analysis/D. Pulla Rao. 13. Education health and human development/V. Vijayalakshmi. 14. Growth of primary education in Orissa quantitative versus qualitative issues/Jagannath Lenka and Minati Mallick. 15. Progress of primary education and primary health care in Orissa/B. Eswar Rao Patnaik. 16. Recent health care measures in India/P. Balamirtham. 17. Economics of education/S.N. Yogish. 18. Education health and human development/S.K. Dhage and B.G. Lobo. 19. Impact of education on health services delivery a study/P. Loganathan and R. Asokan. 20. Effects of educational inequality among social groups in rural India/R.R. Biradar and Jayasheela. 21. Restructuring economics education in India an imminent need in the LPG Regime/P.K. Manoj. 22. Prospects of health tourism in India/Ajay Kumar Tripathi and P.K. Sirothia. 23. Necessity of examination reforms/Rakesh A. Joshi. 24. Changing perspectives of higher education application of Markov Chain and Theils Entrophy Models/Girija M. Yabannavar S.B. Hosamani G.M. Gaddhi G.M. Hiremath. 25. Economics of higher education in India/A. Marimuthu and D. Bose. 26. Child mortality and poverty an analysis of inter state variations/Bhamidipati Sailaja Kumari and Bhamidipati Padma Narayan. 27. Health policy problems and prospects/Yogita Beri and Madhura Banerjee. 28. Trends and disparities in educational deprivation of children in Andhra Pradesh/M. Sankara Reddi M. Chandrayya and M. Sundara Rao. 29. Development of females in primary education in Andhra Pradesh 1956 57 to 2002 03/P. Arun Kumar. Vol. II 1. Cooperative education and training in India achievements and shortfalls an overview/D. Pulla Rao. 2. Declining female sex ratios in India an analysis/D. Pulla Rao. 3. Role of teachers in strengthening value education in India/D. Pulla Rao. 4. Committees and Commissions for the development of teacher education during post independent India a review/D. Pulla Rao. 5. Recent trends in public expenditure on social services in Madhya Pradesh with special reference to education and public health/Anjali Jain. 6. Achievements of education and health services in India/G.L. Bhong. 7. Need to quality in higher education/Praveen Sharma. 8. Education facts and steps for future/U.B. Kondewar and Smita Kondewar. 9. Status of different levels of education in India/G.M. Bhat and Shabir Ahmad Padder. 10. Linkage between education health poverty and human development/S.K. Dhage and B.G. Lobo. 11. Economics of education and health/R. Meenakshi. 12. Role of education in human development/R.K. Upadhyay. 13. Economics of child health linkage of poverty education health and consaguinity to infant/neonatal mortality/A. Gunasekarana and D.B. Usha Rani. 14. Public expenditure on different levels of education in India/Mohammad Asif. 15. A study of the medicinal plants of Kanyakumari District/P. Balamirtham. 16. Economi. Seller Inventory # 69908

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Talwar Sabanna

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8183870368ISBN 13: 9788183870368

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I Introduction/Talwar Sabanna. I. Globalisation 1. Three word Mantra LPG and its impact on Indian poor a view point/P. Pushpa. 2. Globalisation and social development/I. Sundar. 3. Globalisation and human resource development in SAARC countries/Zainab M. Khurram. 4. Globalisation and development disaggregate dynamics/J. Lenka. 5. Growth through globalisation policy riddles/K.K. Sinha. 6. Globalisation decentralisation and PRIs in India/M.G. Basavaraja. 7. Globalisation and food security/Mohd. Azam Khan. 8. Impact of globalisation on agriculture and environment countries experiences/I. Sundar. 9. Globalisation and Indian agriculture challenges and prospects/H.H. Uliveppa. 10. Rural non farm activities in India growth led and distress diversification/R.R. Biradar. 11. Financial deregulation and real side of the economy in India a vector autoregression approach/Purna Chandra Padhan. 12. Foreign direct investment in Indian economic scenario opportunities and challenges/S.T. Bagalkoti V. Bhramarambikadevi and Naveen N. Hegde. 13. Information technology and bio technology/N.S. Sreenivasulu and C. Basavaraju. 14. Social security schemes and weaker sections in Karnataka/K. Sivachithappa and P.M. Honakeri. 15. Impact of globalisation on higher education a case study of Indian higher education/Jasbir Singh and Anupam Vohra. 16. Globalisation and social security in India an evaluation of policy perspectives/H.H. Uliveppa and D.R. Albal. 17. Physical performance of power sector in Karnataka in the context of globalisation a comparative analysis/G.S. Premakumar. 18. Globalisation and India's service sector strategy for future growth/Bhramarambikadevi V. Naveen N. Hegde and S.T. Bagalkoti. 19. Globalisation and labour issues/Satyanarayana. 20. India's double edged health burden by 2030 WHO perspective/P. Pushpa. 21. Effects of globalisation on education/S. Chinnammai. 22. Relative importance of risk factors in dental caries/S.B. Jawali V. Tippeswamy and K.V.V. Prasad. 23. Spatial analysis of population and occupational pattern in Belgaum District/S.M. Hurakadli. 24. Ago industrialisation an alternative for employment generation in an era of globalisation/Srinivas Subbarao. 25. New economic policy a critique/V.S. Adigal. 26. Global warming economic and ecological context/Sidhartha Sarkar. 27. Regional disparities in development of social sector an analysis of post reform period/D.N. Patil. 28. Dynamics of urban land use pattern a case study of Belgaum City/M.S. Kurani and S.M. Hurakadli. 29. hazardous bio medical waste management in Hubli Dharwad Twin Cities/S.I. Biradar and Mahadevi N. Kotyal. Index. Vol. II II. World Trade Organisation 30. General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) implications for India/H. Vasudev Sedam and Devendrappa M. Madari. 31. International trade and environmental sustainability/Odeyar D. Heggade. 32. WTO and its impact on India's foreign trade/S.B. Akash and H.Y. Kamble. 33. The working of WTO its impact on economic development/S. Srikrishna and S. Anil Kumar. 34. GATS and higher education in India the challenges and opportunities/Talwar Sabanna. 35. Impact of the World Trade Organisation on the services sector in India an overview/C.M. Rajpraveen. 36. GATS in Asian countries a case of internationalisation of higher education in India (A SWOT analysis)/H.H. Uliveppa and M.N. Siddalingappanavar. 37. WTO agreement on Indian agriculture/S.N. Yogish. III. Women empowerment 38. Women in Indian agriculture problems and prospects/Rudra Prakash Pradhan. 39. Socio economic and political empowerment of women policies of Government of India and UNIFEM/S. Srikrishna and S. Anil Kumar. 40. Impacts of self help groups on women empowerment with special reference to Karnataka State/S.B. Akash and H.Y. Kamble. 41. Self Help Groups A saga of success in Dakshina Kannada District of Karnataka/Jayasheela H. Sriprasad M. Showkat Ali and S. Sudhakar. 42. Women education among Scheduled Castes in Hyderabad Karnataka Regi. Seller Inventory # 60281

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V B Jugale

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8186771794ISBN 13: 9788186771792

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I Preface. I. WTO and Indian economic reforms general macro economic issues 1. India and competition policy a step towards liberalisation and a step back from globalisation/Sheela Rai and Alice Pham. 2. Macro Policy on co operatives recent trends/V. Kulandaiswamy. 3. Achieving complete capital account convertibility what is stopping India/Radhika Lobo. 4. A Neo Ricardian critique of the traditional static theory of trade customs Unions and common markets/Theodore Mariolis. 5. China's entry into WTO implications for the Indian economy/Ravi M. Tirlapur. 6. Foreign investment in India issues and implications/Ritika Khurana. 7. Intellectual property rights and foreign direct investment a review/Ruchi Sharma and K.K. Saxena. 8. India FTAs and Asean economic integration/Gautam Murthy. 9. Export credit in India/Y.S.P. Thorat. 10. Problems and prospects of India's exports under WTO regime a study of agricultural commodities/M.D. Abdus Salam and M. Izhar Ahmad. 11. Foreign direct investment in India/I. Satya Sundaram. 12. Globalisation and development some issues and empirical facts/Shahid Ashraf and Somesh K. Mathur. 13. Issues of globalisation an analytical perspective/Kalpana Singh. 14. Structural reforms and trends in foreign trade/N. Mukundan and M. Manaka. 15. Impact of globalisation on poverty in India/Mohd. Ishar Ahmad. 16. WTO and its impact on Indian economy/S.N. Yogish. 17. Impact of globalisation on growth poverty and income inequality a study of Ethiopia and India/V. Sivarama Krishnan Abdulhamid Sukar and G. Ramakrishna. 18. Empowerment of weaker sections problems and prospects/D. Rudrappan. 19. Foreign direct investment in India trends problems and prospects/Rudra Prakash Pradhan. Vol. II Preface. II. WTO and Indian agriculture sector 20. Cost management for environmental protection/R. Meenakshi. 21. Globalisation of India's agriculture trade under WTO expectations and prospects/B.H. Nagoor. 22. Impact of the WTO on Indian agriculture/B. Yerram Raju. 23. The plight of Indian agriculture in the global environment/S.N. Sukumar. 24. Plant varieties rights in India/V.B. Jugale. 25. Performance of Indian agriculture a pre and post reform analysis/Kakali Majumdar. 26. Information technology towards agricultural development new initiatives and strategies/T. Raj Pravin P. Duraimurugan and H. Philip. 27. Agricultural development scenario in Asia with an overview on Pakistan/Shahnaz Rashid. 28. Environment in the WTO Doha and beyond/Sandeep Singh and Meeta Mehra. III. WTO and Indian industry 29. New policy regime and industrial development in Uttar Pradesh/Awadhesh Kumar Singh. 30. Impact of globalisation on the performance of small scale industries in India/R. Annapoorani and S.R. Gomathy. 31. The SSI sector in the context of WTO and global competitiveness/B. Yerram Raju. 32. Government policy technology inflow an behavior of Indian automobile industry an economic analysis/Manjappa D.H. and Vinay M.R. 33. Insurance industry a source for investment and employment. 34. WTO regime pharmaceutical industry and prices of medicines in India an analysis/Kuldip Kaur. 35. Globalisation economic reforms and unorganised labour force in India/R. Albert Christopher Dhas and M. Helen Mary Jacqueline. IV. WTO and services sector 36. Financial sector reforms/B. Shyamala. 37. Globalisation of higher education under WTO challenges to Indian higher education/B.N. Nagoor. 38. Globalisation of Indian services sector under WTO challenges and opportunities/D.N. Patil. 39. Economic reforms and financing higher education in India/P. Geetha Rani. 40. SHGs and women empowerment in Karnataka State/Talwar Sabanna. 41. Education in the globalising world/Shripad S. Bolashetty. 42. Micro credit and role of Banks need for initiatives and commitment/Amrit Patel. 43. Economic reforms and social sector development in India/P. Ambiga Devi and K.T. Geetha. 44. Economic reforms changing technology and their impact on employment in India/M.G. Basava Raja. 4. Seller Inventory # 56154

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