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  • Edited by S.P. Singh

    Published by Scientific, 1996

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    Hardcover. Condition: New. Contents: 1. Standardisation of propagation techniques by cutting of some tropical fruit crops/S.K. Mitra & T.K. Bose. 2. Response of varying concentrations of boron in yield and quality of grapes (Vitis vinifera L.)/B. Singh & P. Rethy. 3. Biochemical changes in litchi (cv. Bombai) fruits under various treatments at different storage duration/T.K. Sarkar, S.K. Jana, D. Sarangi & T.K. Chattopadhyay. 4. Nutrient management in apple through trickle irrigation/Satish Bhardwaj, R.S. Malik and I.P. Sharma. 5. Effect of N P K and micronutrients on the fruit yield and quality of peach (Prunus persica Batsch)/K.S. Verma & A.R. Bhandari. 6. Effect of GA and nutrient solution on the growth of khirnee (Manilkara hexandra Roxb.) seedlings/B.K. Nema, S.K. Rai, M.K. Nema & B.S. Baghel. 7. Effect of etiolation, ringing, auxin and non-auxinic compounds on rooting of cuttings of rose apple (Syzygium jambos Alston)/J.K. Hore & S.K. Sen. 8. Propagation of guava (Psidium guajava L.) by air layering/Kamleshkar Singh & B.P. Jain. 9. Management techniques in dryland fruit culture/R.S. Chovatia & S.P. Singh. 10. Management of anabe disease of arecanut-chemical and cultural method of control/S.N. Sampat Kumar & K.K.N. Nambiar. 11. Anabe disease of arecanut palm--isolation and pathogenicity tests with Ganoderma lucidum/S.N. Sampathkumar & K.K.N. Nambiar. 12. Varietal screening of pea against powdery mildew (Erysiphe polygoni D.C.)/D.K. Sharma, M.K. Sharma, K.B. Rastogi & Y.R. Shukla. 13. Genetic variability in F4 generation of garden pea (Pisum sativum L.)/H. Dev & K.B. Rastogi. 14. Evaluation of some temperate cultivars of carrot (Daucus carota L.) under high altitude and dry temperate conditions of Kinnaur/H.S. Kanwar, B.L. Koul & C.P. Negi. 15. Correlation and path coefficient analysis in Okra/K. Subhashini, C. Ravi Sankar & V. Prabhakar Rao. 16. Effect of planting dates and spacings on fruit characters and yield in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum, Mill.)/Y.R. Shukla, Jagmohan Kumar, P.S. Arya and M.K. Sharma. 17. Heterosis and combining ability studies of some quality traits in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.)/H. Dev and R.S. Rattan. 18. Propagation of Cryptomeria Japonica (L.F.) D. don (Japanese cedar) through cutting/S.K. Verma, K.C. Pant & R.R. Arya. 19. Propagation of kiwi fruit Actinidia chinensis through stem cutting/S.K. Verma, K.C. Pant & R.R. Arya. 20. Physico-chemical status of arid soils under Prosopis cineraia (L.) druce/Anil Kumar, Bal Krishan & Pankaj Rana. 21. Growth and biomass production efficiency of some tree-species/N.L. Patel & S.P. Singh. 22. Effect of indole butyric and P-hydroxy Benzoic acids in rooting of ELM (Ulmus leavigata Royla.) stem cuttings/D.R. Bhardwaj & V.K. Mishra. 23. Grow trees on salt affected soils/Y.V. Avaiya & S.P. Singh. 24. Growing and planting techniques of important tree species in Arunachal condition-I/N.B. Singh. 25. An assessment of wild relatives of cultivated plants in Indian desert and their conservation/V. Singh & R.P. Pandey.

  • Edited by R.D. Khulbe

    Published by Shree Almora Book Depot, 1992

    ISBN 10: 8190020935ISBN 13: 9788190020930

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    Hardcover. Condition: Good. Contents: Preface. I. Aquatic microbes: 1. Seasonal occurrence and movements of fungi in streams/F. Barlocher. 2. Zoosporic fungi in the neotropics/A.I. Milanez. 3. Aquatic fungi and their activity in Kumaun Himalaya : a review/R.D. Khulbe. 4. Effect of light and some chemicals on the growth and development of Calothrix marchica/A.S. Ahluwalia and R. Mann. II. Soil & seed mycroflora: 1. On some aspects of microbial activity in soil/R.C. Dubey, L. Pandey and R. Gaur. 2. Distribution and seasonal periodicity of Saprolegniaceae and Pythium in certain crop fields of Tarai region of Nainital, India/B.L. Verma and R.D. Khulbe. 3. Seed-borne fungal mycoflora of agricultural crops of Himalayan region of Nepal/K. Shrestha and R.D. Timila. 4. Seed Mycoflora of certain Cucurbitaceous vegetables in Haldwani area of Kumaun, Himalaya/R.D. Khulbe, A. Durgapal & C.S. Joshi. 5. Studies of Mycoflora associated with seeds of chilli and tomato crops in Ramnagar area of Kumaun Himalaya/R.D. Khulbe and Chandra Joshi. 6. Fungal deterioration of storage seeds of Brassica oleracea var. botrytis, B. oleracea var. capitata and Raphanus sativus in Kumaun Himalaya/R.D. Khulbe and P. Harbola. 7. Pythium spinosum Sawada and P. aphanidermatum (Edron) Fitz, as parasitic to tomato seedlings/R.S. Negi and R.D. Khulbe. 8. Mycoflora associated with the seeds of Pea (Pisum sativum L.) in storage and field conditions of Garampani area/R.D. Khulbe, D.C. Sati, M.C. Sati and A.P. Dhyani. 9. Role of saprophytic mycoflora in deterioration of Lahi seeds under storage and field conditions of Kumaun Hills/A.P. Dhyani, M.C. Sati and R.D. Khulbe. 10. Study of disease symptoms in relation to taxonomy of the causal organisms/R.D. Khulbe, M.C. Sati and A.P. Dhyani. III. Leaf, fruit & bee mycoflora: 1. Fungal diseases of some important crop plants grown in Garhwal Himalaya/G.S. Bisht and S.L. Srivastava. 2. Ecology of leaf surface fungi on Setaria italica (Linn.) Beauv, in Kumaun Himalaya/M.L. Upadhyay and R.C. Gupta. 3. Studies on control measures of late blight of potato in the nomadic areas of Garhwal Himalaya/S.L. Srivastava and G.S. Bisht. 4. Survey of leaf spot diseases of Pithoragarh Hills : a brief note/R.S. Adhikari. 5. Virus and mycoplasma diseases of fruit trees in Garhwal Himalaya/B.D. Suteri. 6. Some important fungal diseases of fruit plants in Himalayan region/V.B. Jain and S.D. Lal. 7. Post harvest diseases of fruits and their control/P.K. Nagar. 8. Important diseases of ornamental plants in Kumaun Hills of U.P. with their control measures/S.D. Lal and K.C. Tripathi. 9. Diseases of conifers in the Himalayas and their control/R.C. Sharma. 10. The tree Mycorrhiza/T.N. Lakhanpal. 11. Mycorrhizal association with particular reference to tea/M. Sharma and Rashmi. 12. Some important diseases of Indian bee (Apis cerana indica Feb.) in Himalayan region/N.K. Joshi. IV. Lichens, higher & edible fungi: 1. High altitude lichens from western Himalaya : a survey/M.P. Sharma and R. Tayal. 2. Some saxicolous lichens of Nainital, Kumaun Himalaya-I/S.C. Sati, P. Tewari and P. Joshi. 3. Some corticolous lichens of Ninital, Kumaun Himalaya-II/S.C. Sati, P. Joshi and P. Tewari. 4. Lichens from Sat Tal (Nainital) of Kumaun Himalaya, India/S.C. Sati and S. Usman. 5. An appraisal of the Himalayan inoperculates/M.P. Sharma. 6. Xylaria Hill : Schrank from eastern Himalaya/A.M. Narula and G.S. Rawla. 7. Morchella--the most interesting fungus among all the edible fungi/Yash Gupta. 8. Physiological studies on Agrocybe species/S.P. Abraham, L.N. Nair and T.N. Kaul. 9. Studies on Clavariaceae of Pithoragarh Hills/R.S. Adhikari. 10. Composting in Agaricus bisporus/Yash Gupta. V. Myco-biotechnology: 1. Production of pathogen free plants using tissue culture techniques/A. Sood and L.M.S. Palni. 2. Breeding approaches to production of disease resistant plants/S. Dwivedi, S. Singh and T.R. Sharma. 3. In vitro selection of cell lines for disease resistance/D.V. Rao and L.M.S. Palni. 4. My.

  • S P Jain & D M Verma

    Published by Central Institute of MAP, 2000

    ISBN 10: 8186943684ISBN 13: 9788186943687

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Contents: Introduction. 1. Vgetation. 2. Previous floristic explorations. 3. Floristic analysis. 4. Artificial key to families of flowering plants. 5.Pteridophytes. 6. Gymnosperm. 7. Angiosperms. 8. Ranunculaceae. 9. Magnoliaceae. 10. Annonaceae. 11. Menispermaceae. 12. Berberidaceae. 13. Nymphaeaceae. 14. Nelumbonaceae. 15. Fumariaceae. 16. Papaveraceae. 17. Brassicaceae. 18. Capparaceae. 19. Violaceae. 20. Resedaceae. 21. Flacourtiaceae. 22. Polygalaceae. 23. Caryophyllaceae. 24. Portulacaceae. 25. Tamaricaceae. 26. Elatinaceae. 27. Dipterocarpaceae. 28. Malvaceae. 29. Bombacaceae. 30. Sterculiaceae. 31. Tiliaceae. 32. Linaceae. 33. Malpighiaceae. 34. Zygophyllaceae. 35. Geraniaceae. 36. Oxalidaceae. 37. Balsaminaceae. 38. Rutaceae. 39. Simaroubaceae. 40. Burseraceae. 41. Meliaceae. 42. Celastraceae. 43. Rhamnaceae. 44. Vitaceae. 45. Sapindaceae.46. Anacardiaceae. 47. Moringaceae. 48. Fabaceae. 49. Caesalpiniaceae. 50. Mimosaceae. 51. Rosaceae. 52. Haloragaceae. 53. Crassulaceae. 54. Combretaceae. 55. Myrtaceae. 56. Lythraceae. 57. Begoniaceae. 58. Cucurbitaceae. 59. Passifloraceae. 60. Caricaceae. 61. Punicaceae. 62. Onagraceae. 63. Trapaceae. 64. Cactaceae. 65. Aizoaceae. 66. Apiaceae. 67. Rubiaceae. 68. Asteraceae. 69. Campanulaceae. 70. Sphenocleaceae. 71. Plumbaginaceae. 72. Primulaceae. 73. Myrsinaceae. 74. Sapotaceae. 75. Ebenaceae. 76. Oleaceae. 77. Salvadoraceae. 78. Apocynaceae. 79. Asclepiadaceae. 80. Gentianaceae. 81. Hydrophyllaceae. 82. Boraginaceae. 83. Convolvulaceae. 84. Cuscutaceae. 85. Solanaceae. 86. Scrophulariaceae. 87 266 pp.

  • S.P. Singh (ed)

    Published by Scientific, 1999

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    Hardcover. Condition: New. Part Contents: 1. Bark inversion and its effect on growth of mango ( Mangifera indica L.) rootstock/M. Padma, and Y. Narayana Reddy. 2. Effect of KMnO4 and AgNO3 on post-harvest shelf-life of banana (Musa paradisiaca L.)/L.N. Bairwa and L.K. Dashora. 3. Effect of edible oil emulsion on post-harvest shelf-life of ber (Ziziphus mauritiana Lamk Cv. Umran/L.K. Dashora,M.C. Meena and S. Mohammed. 4. Development and evaluation of permanganate based ethylene scrubber to extend the shelf-life of Sapota fruits/K.B. Jagtap and J.S. Katrodia. 5. Influence of photoperiod and bioregulators on vegetative growth of strawberry under controlled conditions/M.P. Dwivedi, K.S. Negi, K.K. Jindal and H.S. Rana. 6. Studies on rooting in low chilling cultivars of plum using different types of cuttings under mist/H. S. Rana and R.M. Sharma. 7. Effect of genotype, method and time of budding in bael (Aegle marmelos Correa)/Deepti Rai, K.K. Misra and H.R. Jaiswal. 8.Implication of In vitro technologies in horticulture and forestry--a review/H.P. Singh, Sanjay Singh and H.K. Singh. 9. Embryo rescue : a useful tool in fruit breeding/Dinesh Singh, K. Kumar, Rajesh Kumar and Sunil Kumar Gupta. 10. Cor-relation studies in brinjal (Solanum melongena L.)/D.A. Sarnaick, S.K. Verma and D.P. Verma. 11. Response of plant bioregulators on growth and yield of chilli during summer season/N.C. Joshi, D.K. Singh and S.K. Jain. 12. Study on growth and yield of okra cultivars in response to fertilizer levels during hot weather period/K. Radha Rani, C. Ravi Sankar and D. Manohar Prasad. 13. Influence of.

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    Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Preface. Contributors. I. Rural poverty alleviation 1. New index of poverty/Mahesh Prasad. 2. poverty alleviation greatest challenge/K. Venkatasubramanian. 3. Poverty alleviating challenges and responses/R. Ahila Rajam. 4. Can genetically modified crops help reduce rural poverty/Sabyasachi Das Sujeet K. Jha and Sandip Das. 5. Poverty in India synoptic view/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 6. Strategies for eradication of poverty in India/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 7. Poverty eradication in rural India/Amal Mandal. 8. A new policy on poverty reduction/M. Lakshmi Narasaiah. 9. Rural technologies for poverty alleviation/P.Purushotham. 10. Poverty alleviation projects design and implementation/Pitabasa Sahoo. 11. SGSY an improvisation in anti poverty programmes/Rakesh Malhotra. 12. Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana evolution assessment and future prospects/Mahi Pal. 13. Prime Minister Rojgar Yojana/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 14. Annapurna scheme/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 15. Role of banks in poverty eradication/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 16. DRDA's role in programme implementation/T.K. Krishna Rao. 17. NGO's intervention in poverty alleviation scope and reality/D.K. Ghosh. 18. Credit based poverty alleviation an innovative approach/Sawalia Bihari Verma. II. Employment problems and solutions 19. Poverty eradication a road map/Gnana Desigan C. 20. Making technologies work for the poor/R.A. Mashelkar. 21. Redefining SGRY by restructuring wage employment programmes/Avtar Singh Sahota. 22. Training approaches and constraints/R.M. Varma. 23. Farmers orientation programme for agricultural development/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 24. JPRGY to guarantee employment in distressed areas/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 25. Rural employment/Srivallabha Sharan. 26. Rural employment and people's participation/D. Sunder Raj. 27. Rural employment generation some strategies/H.D. Dwarakanath. 28. Strategies for rural employment/Navin Chandra Joshi. 29. Growth with employment supportive policies/S.R. Hashim. 30. Employment generation in small units/Rana Bijoy Deb. 31. Employment generation through polytechnics/A.K. Jain. 32. Self employment in food industry/P. Purushotham. 33. Employment generation through forest based village industries/R.P. Chaturvedi. 34. Bamboo and rural employment/K.G. Karmakar and M.S. Haque. 35. Management of unemployment problem/N. Rajavel. Index. Despite the steady growth of economy after independence the problem of unemployment is still on the increase. The benefit of growth has failed to percolate down to the poor people especially in rural areas. The strategy for poverty alleviation includes acceleration of rapid economic growth with a focus on employment intensive sectors (generation of income and wealth) access to basic minimum services for improving the quality of life of poorest of poor and direct state intervention in the form of targeted anti poverty programmes including provision of subsidized foodgrains. 318 pp.

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    Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Vol. I: Section I. Studies on Environment Protection: I. Preliminary: 1. Environmental protection: issues and problems/Paras Diwan. 2. Chemistry of climatic conditions/R.C. Paul. 3. Pollution control and developing nations/H.G. Balakrishna. 4. International and national efforts for environmental protection--an assessment/G.S. Bajwa and M.S. Bains. 5. The problem of environmental pollution: some suggestions/Neelima Shangla. II. Environment and the constitution: 6. Environmental protection in India: constitutional conspectus/Dilbir Kaur. 7. Environmental protection--a constitutional obligation/V.K. Bansal and N.K. Gupta. 8. Constitutional mandate for the environmental protection: dynamics of judicial activism/B.K. Sharma. III. Environmental jurisprudence: 9. Environmental protection and the law/Virendra Kumar. 10. Legal policy for the control of Environmental pollution/Chhatrapati Singh. 11. Law and policy relating to environment/P. Leelakrishnan. 12. The Environment (Protection) Act, 1986: a critique/V.S. Chitnis. 13. Legal control of environmental pollution and the role of judiciary in India/Vijay Chitnis. 14. Conservation and regeneration of environment through law/Gurpal Singh. 15. The multinational corporations and environmental issues/Sumitra Sripada. 16. Socio-economic aspect of pollution: case for transfer of technology to rural areas/I.P.S. Sidhu. IV. Judiciary and protection of environment: 17. Environment, law and public interest litigation/V.S. Deshpande. 18. Sanitary environment: the constitution and judicial approaches/Subir K. Bhatnagar. 19. Judicial approach towards environmental protection/Anil Malhotra. 20. Judicial approach to environmental laws/K.D. Gaur. 21. Legal control of environmental pollution and role of judiciary/V.K. Baxi. 22. Environmental protection: a study of conflicting judicial approach/Daljit Singh. V. Water and marine pollution: 23. The water Pollution Act, 1974: the basic legal issues/S.N. Jain. 24. Law for prevention of water pollution/M. Krishnan Nair. 25. Water pollution control laws: a critical analysis/P.S. Sangal. 26. Efficacy of water pollution laws/Prem Verma. 27. The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act: a case for amendments to make it more effective/M.R. Garg and N.S. Tiwana. 28. The water pollution: the problem and the solution/Nishtha. 29. Problem of marine pollution and its management/G.S. Bajwa. VI. Air pollution: 30. Law for control of air pollution across the national borders/L.N. Mathur. 31. Air pollution: a study of the Indian enactments/Harpal Kaur Walia. 32. National canceration of air pollution: some legal remedies/Satish Chandra. VII. Noise pollution: 33. Noise pollution/Nomita Aggarwal. 34. Noise pollution and the remedies under law of torts/R.K. Bangia. 35. Noise pollution and law/R.S. Gahlan. 36. Noise pollution: S.O.S. for a legislation/D.C. Varshney. 37. The problem of noise pollution and legal measures for its control/Vijay S. Waghule. 38. Noise as a public nuisance under the Indian Penal Code/Gurpal Singh. VIII. Preservation of ecological balance: protection of forests: 39. Deforestation and environment: a socio-legal conspectus/K.P.S. Mahalwar. 40. Conservation of forest: a losing battle/S.K. Mitra. IX. Environmental law in the curriculum of legal education: 41. A plea for teaching environmental law/M.L. Upadhyaya. 42. Six years' Banaras experience of teaching environmental law: some guidelines/C.M. Jariwala. 43. Environmental education : the why's and how's/Trisha Sharma. 44. Contents of a paper on environmental law/Sudhir K. Chopra. Appendices: 1. Legal machinery for the conservation of Dal Lake/Riyaz Punjabi. 2. Pollution of Dal Lake and the existing laws/Noor Mohd. Bilal. Section II: Leading environment cases: 1. Rural Litigation and Entitlement Kendra and Devaki Nandan Pandey v. Union of India, AIR 1985 SC 652. 2. Rural Litigation and Entitlement Kendra and Others v. State of Uttar Pradesh, AIR 1987 SC 395. 3. Kinkri Devi etc.

  • edited by S.R. Maloo and L.L. Somani

    Published by Agrotech Publishing Academy, 2013

    ISBN 10: 8183212956ISBN 13: 9788183212953

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    Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: I. Review articles: 1. Sustainable uses of water resources and quality with respect to agriculture/Dhiman Mukherjee. 2. Recent advances in the management of devastating fungus Sclerotium rolfsii/M.K. Pandey, A.B. Rai, R.N. Prasad and P.S. Naik. II. Research articles: 3. Response of different botanical decoctions against white fly and yield of solanaceous vegetables grown in Baran Districts of Rajastan/D.K. Singh, T.C. Verma, I.N. Gupta, S.K. Trivedi, B.L. Nagar, S. Aswal and M.K. Shivhare. 4. Impact of maternal employmnet on personality traits of urban adolescents/Renu Bala and Paramjeet Kaur Nanda. 5. Effect of different Urea coating materials and level of urea on growth and yield of garlic Allium Sativum variety G-282/D.K. Singh, S. Aswal, I.N. Gupta, S.K. Trivedi, K.C. Meena and B. Singh. 6. Dairy cooperatives and its achievements in Rajasthan/Chitra, Kabra and G.K. Dakhera. 7. Feasibility studies for supplying farm fresh homogenized milk/Rajakumar, S.N. Geevarghese, P.I. and Sudheer Babu p. 8. Maternal employment: it's impact on personality traits of urban adolescents/Renu Bala and Paramjeet Kaur Nanda. 9. Studies on the efficacy of different herbicide for controlling weed flora of potato Solanum tuberosum L. CV Kufri Badshah in Kota division of Humid South Eastern plain zone V of Rajasthan/S.K. Trivedi and O.P. Gupta. 10. Improving livelihood of farmers through front line demonstrations on oilseed and pulse crops in Kapurthala District of Punjab: A five Year case study/Rajan Bhatt and Manoj Sharma. 11. Reproductive performance of crossbred cows as affected by non-genetic factors/G.K. Dakhera and L.S. Jain. 12. Performance of Pusa Nanha Papaya under organic farming system/D.K. Singh, B.L. Nagar, S.K. Trivedi, S. Aswal and G. Aswani.

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    Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Computer related crime/Ritesh G. Menezes Jagadish P.P. Rao Rohan D. Fernandes and Vishal Chhabra. 2. Simulation of normal human ECG and arrhythmias using microcontroller/Shahanaz Ayub and M.A. Ansari. 3. Virtual reality in biomedical engineering/Shahanaz Ayub. 4. A preliminary study on the left and right handed writings/Mangala Tiwari V.R.S. Chauhan and P.K. Janjua. 5. The scientific physical examination of ink writing/Dinesh Jagannath Narayankar. 6. Counterfeits and computers a forensic approach/Loganathan L. and Narinder Singh. 7. Chromatographic detection and identification of Lambda Cyhalothrin a case study/P. Bhatt S. Shrivastava and M.K. Verma. 8. Nature and causes of crimes a case study/Geeta Yaday Meenakshi Singh Pratibha Arya and Anjali Saxena. 9. Payment card fraud/Jagadish P.P. Rao and Ritesh G. Menezes. 10. Reconstruction of stature through upper limb measurement among Brahmins of Jhansi Buldel Khand/Sarita Singh Anu Singla and Surinder Nath. 11. Stature reconstruction among Brahmins and Yadavs of Jhansi a comparative study/Parul Arora Piyusha Majumdar Anu Singla and Surinder Nath. 12. Reconstruction of stature using hand and foot lengths among Yadavs of Jhansi/Piyusha Majumdar Parul Arora Anu Singla and Surinder Nath. 13. Prediction of stature through upper and lower limb dimensions among two female groups of Haryana/Renu Rani Sarita Singh and Surinder Nath. 14. Prediction of stature through the lower limb dimensions among Brahmin and Jat females of Sampla Haryana/Bhavna Kanika Khurana Reena Singh Kanudeep Kaur and Surinder Nath. 15. Reconstruction of stature through upper and lower extremity measurements among Punjabi females of Ghaziabad/Kanika Khurana and Surinder Nath. 16. Reconstruction of stature using upper extremity measurements among Jat and Brahmin females of Sampla Haryana/Surinder Nath Kanudeep Kaur and Reena Singh. 17. Evaluation of bilateral differences and restoration of stature from lower limb dimension among the Brahmins of Bundelkhand/Anu Singla Piyusha Majumdar Kanudeep Kaur and Surinder Nath. 18. Restoration of stature using hand and foot lengths among Shia Muslims of Delhi/Bhavna and Surinder Nath. 19. Reconstruction of Ulnar length from measurements of the Olecranon coronoid complex/Surinder Nath and G.D. Gupta. 20. Use of lower limb measurements in reconstructing stature among Sunni Muslims of Delhi/Renu Rani and Surinder Nath. 21. Reconstruction of stature among Shia Muslims of Delhi using hand and foot lengths/Bhavna and Surinder Nath. 22. Determination of stature using lower limb dimensions/Preeti Jain Sarita Singh Parul Arora Piyusha Majumdar Kanudeep Kaur and Surinder Nath. 23. Bite mark identification a tool for crime investigation/Sheikh Mansoor Ali Ansari and Praveen K. Janjua. 24. A survey on the trends in drugs of abuse/Navjot Kaur and Ramesh Chandra. 25. Expert testimony of forensic report and its critical evaluation in the court of law a case report/C.M. Patel and J.M. Vyas. 26. Preventive forensics in handling counter terrorism/M.S. Rao. 27. Investigation of forensic glass fractography made by different ammunition/N.P.W. Aghmare A. Manna M.S. Rao S. Bagchil and R. Suresh. 28. Country made firearms a raw deal/Anil Kainthola Ritesh K. Shukla Somesh Verma and Shruti Chauhan. 29. Forensic acoustics and recent trends in forensic speaker identification/S.K. Jain. Forensic science includes a widespread multiplicity of methodical and medico legal disciplines. Forensic science intends to make available unprejudiced scientific support for use in courts of law. Scientific examination of materials evidence is compulsory to lend a hand to the law enforcement agencies in their pursuits. This volume incorporates twenty nine research articles on a range of aspects of research in forensic science starting with the Cyber crime which is escalating day by day all over the world as well as emphasizing the use of computers in detecting counterfeit documents. This book is of wide.

  • Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents I. It and PRIs. 1. E Panchayat role of IT in empowering PRIs/Rajesh K. Jha. 2. IT intervention in local governance/D.K. Ghosh. 3. Raj governance to Swaraj governance/Mahipal. 4. Panchayati Raj Rhetoric and reality/R.M. Varma. II. Empowerment of PRIs. 5. Panchayats story of promises and pitfalls/Rajesh K. Jha. 6. Second generation amends to Panchayati Raj/K. Siva Subrahmanyam. 7. Reforms in Panchayati Raj mending the amendments/K. Siva Subrahmanyam. 8. More powers to Panchayati Raj institutions an overview/Karunakar Patnaik. 9. Why the PRIs have not been empowered so far/Ranbir Singh. 10. Institutionalising Panchayat Raj/Suresh Misra and Rajvir S. Dhaka. 11. Two child norm in local bodies elections who gains and who loses/Karunakar Patnaik. 12. Panchayati Raj and training/Ramesh C. Nayak. 13. Training and re training of Pradhans a game of strategies/Noor Mohammed and Mohad Shahid. 14. Rural governance needs Vibrant Gram Sabha/S.V. Sharan. III. Functions of PRIs. 15. Capacity building of Zila Parishad functionaries/Mahi Pal. 16. Capacity building of Gram Sabha for efficient local governance/S.P. Singh. IV. Role and contribution of PRIs. 17. Community participation in drinking water supply/Ashutosh Jindal. 18. Role of PRIs in drinking water supply/S. Ponuraj. 19. Community participation Panchayati Raj and rural health care/B.K. Pattanaik. 20. Role of Panchayats towards sustainable rural development/Sujit Kumar Paul and Kakali Paul. 21. Primary education and PRIs an overview/S.B. Verma and Bhushan Lal Lahori. V. PRIs in different States. 22. Panchayati Raj in India/S.B. Verma and Sitaram Sharma. 23. Panchayati Raj in Andhra Pradesh yesterday today and tomorrow/S.P. Jain. 24. Madhya Pradesh Panchayati Raj absence of real devolution/Nirmala Buch. 25. Panchayats in Manipur instruments of decentralized development/R.P. Sing and Lal Dena. 26. Panchayati Raj in Gujarat mixed performance/Pravin N. Seth. VI. Peoples participation and PRIs. 27. Panchayati Raj need for public Participation/B.P. Gupta.28. People's participation in decentralized planning/Sitakanta Sethi. 29. Gram Sabha and social audit/George Mathew. VII. PRIs and rural development. 30. Panchayati Raj and development/Mahi Pal. 31. Globalization and decentralized development/Syed Noman Ahmad. 32. Decentralized approach to rural development/Anil P. Joshi. 33. Gram Sabha meeting a turning point/Mahi Pal. Index. The book has been designed to meet a long felt need and it provides realistic picture of democratic decentralisation of powers which cannot be made success unless the mass people take active part in it. 342 pp.

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    Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Lichen genus Aspicillia massal. (Lecanorales) in India/D.K. Upreti and S. Chatterjee. 2. New records of Russulaceae from India/J.R. Sharma and K. Das. 3. Folioceros glandulosus Lehm. et Lindenb. Bharad ( Bryophyta) from Arunachal Pradesh, India/D.K. Singh and Binita Narayan. 4. Additions to algal flora of Schirmacher Oasis, East Antarctica/R.K. Gupta. 5. Red data books on Indian fungi/J.R. Sharma. 6. A contribution to fresh water algal flora (Bacillariophyceae) of Bundelkhand region of Uttar Pradesh/M.R. Suseela and Sanjay Dwivedi. 7. Elements of phytotaxonomy in some Sanskrit texts/Priyadarsan Sensarma. 8. An enumeration and new records of lichens from Sirmaur District, Himachal Pradesh (H.P.), India/S.Nayaka, D.K. Upreti and V. Yadav. 9. Some botanical aspects of Indo- Portuguese connections/S.K. Jain. 10. Distribution and status of Nepenthes Khasiana Hook.f. a rare endemic pitcher plant of Meghalaya, India/A.A. Mao and P. Kharbuli. 11. Notes on some arboreal genera of Asteraceae with special reference to India/Sobhan Kumar Mukherjee. 12. Threatened taxa of Jasminum L. in India/S.K. Srivastava. 13. Phytodiversity of Govind wildlife sanctuary, Uttaranchal, with special reference to ethnomedicinal information/B. Balodi and S. Kumar. 14. Altitudinal distribution and association of Betula Utilis D. Don in Western Himalaya/B. Balodi and S. Kumar. 15. Morphotaxonomy vs molecular taxonomy: some taxonomic complexes needing molecular approaches/S.S. Jha, Sushma Verma and R.R. Rao. 16. Some scarcely collected plant species from Darma Valley, Uttaranchal, India/B.P. 184 pp.

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    Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Preface. Foreword. I. Women empowerment 1. Rural women in dynamics of agriculture and food/Archana Sinha. 2. Towards technological empowerment of women farmers/Uma Sah and Shantanu Kumar. 3. Role of women in livestock farming/Someswar Das. 4. Invisible activities of rural women/Sarmistha Choudhury. 5. Burgeoning population alarming signals/Santosh Patnaik. 6. Social development of rural women in India/Mahi Pal. 7. Rural women's empowerment miles to go/J. Bhagyalakshmi. 8. Rural woman entrepreneurs in the New Wave economic development/C. Jayanthi. 9. Need for developing rural women entrepreneurs/Sumangala Naik. 10. Rural women entrepreneurs/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 11. Women in local self governance/Archana Sinha. 12. Empowerment of women representatives in Panchayati Raj a profile from Haryana/Surat Singh. 13. Rural women in integrated wasteland development project/Swarn Lata Arya. 14. Empowering rural women through watershed project/Meenakshi Joshi. 15. Empowering rural women to give greater control over natural resources/Archana Sinha. 16. Women and peace/Usha Bande. 17. Rural women in agriculture/Bhagirathi Dash. 18. Rural women and poverty alleviation/Sawalia Bihari Verma. II. Child labour preventive strategies and eradication 19. Child labour and preventive strategies/Neeti Tandon and Sneh Lata Tandon. 20. Child labour/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 21. Child labour the challenges ahead/Jayantilal Bhandari. 22. Child Labour/Shantha Sinha. 23. Panchayats and child labour/D.K. Giri. 24. Child labour issues and solutions/P. Anandharajakumar. 25. Practical solutions to the child labour problem/Pramila H. Bhargava. 26. Child labour eradication/Om Raj Singh. 27. India's tryst with future/Rajiv Theodore. 28. Protecting children's rights/Rekha Bhargava. 29. Dimensions of juvenile problems and juvenile justice/Narayana K.S. 30. Child labour is a disgrace to mankind/R.C. Srivastava. III. Employment generation 31. Rural employment/K.G. Karmakar and M.S. Haque. 32. Gainful employment for rural women/R.A. Goyal. 33. Employment generation through community polytechnics/A.K. Jain. 34. Strategies for rural employment/Navin Chandra Joshi. 35. Rural employment generation some strategies/H.D. Dwarakanath. 36. Rural employment and people's participation/D. Sunder Raj. 37. Rural employment/Srivallabha Sharana. 38. Rural employment/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 39. Employment generation in small units/Rana Bijoy Deb. 40. Information technology in rural employment/P. Purushotham. 41. Self employment in food industry/P. Purushotham. 42. Employment generation through forest based village industries/R.P. Chaturvedi. Index. This book portrays the pattern of decision making by rural women and their participation in farm and home activities besides other social economic pursuits. This has a definite impact on agricultural production stabilisation of population policies social reforms entrepreneurial activities and so on. The book raises several issues and suggests ways for removing general bias and empowerment of women for their effective participation in social rural political population stabilisation and in development. The study calls for appropriate extension package to communicate improved farm and other sectors to rural women. 400 pp.

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    Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. 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.

  • Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Foreword. 1. Weed menace in Udaipur lakes and options for control a limnological perspective/L.L. Sharma and I.J. Soloman. 2. Potential of Arundo Donax in managing aquatic weeds and other environmental problems in freshwater ecosystems/K.P. Sharma Suresh Sharma Pawan Kumar Singh and Subhasini Sharma. 3. Aquatic weeds problems and control a review/Priti Mathur. 4. Utilization of aquatic weeds as water quality indicators/Gautam Mukhopadhyay and Anjana Dewanji. 5. Alleopathy interactions in aquatic ecosystems/S.S. Narwal R. Palaniraj and S.C. Sati. 6. Lemna aequinoctialis a cheap source of biofertilizer/Sourav Sengupta Gautam Mukhopadhyay and Anjana Dewanji. 7. Intense of fox nut (Makhana) and fish culture in flood plain wetlands of Bihar a feasibility study/Tapas Paria and Utpal Bhaumik. 8. Agrobiology and management of invasive aquatic weed Ipomoea carnea/O.S. Kandasamy C. Chinnusamy R. Shanmugasundaram and A. Senthil. 9. Persistence of Paraquat in water under aquatic weed control/R. Shanmugasundaram O.S. Kandasamy and A. Senthil. 10. Digestion of aquatic weeds in bi phasic digester for biogas generation/Kusum Lata and Sanjay Mande. 11. Success story of aquatic weeds control in a tank for about 25 years/Subhasini Sharma Shweta Sharma and K.P. Sharma. 12. Potential of converting Phumdi waste of Loktak Lake into Briquettes for Fodder and fuel use/Sanjay Mande and Kusum Lata. 13. Wastewater treatment system in aquaculture based on aquatic plants/K.K. Sharma R.N. Mandal and A.N. Mohanty. 14. Studies on a polluted lentic waterbody (Anasagar Lake) of Ajmer with special reference to its physiochemical and biological status/R.P. Singh and P. Mathur. 15. Constructed wetlands for the treatment of domestic waste water a pilot plant study/B. Priya N. Manmohan Rao and R.K. Somashekar. 16. Water Hyacinth threat to environment or boon in disguise/S.M. Mathur A.N. Mathur and Y.C. Bhatt. 17. Biological control of water Hyacinth in India progress and prospects/P.N. Ganga Visalakshy. 18. Water hyacinth for pollution control and resource recovery/R.K. Trivedi and Sonia Thomas. 19. Oviposition behaviour between the water hyacinth weevils neochetina eichhorniae Warner N. bruchi Hustache its implications in biological control of eichhornia crassipes/P.N. Ganga Visalakshy. 20. Relative cost techno environmental efficacy of compost prepared from water hyacinth vis a vis cattle dung using N fixing and p solubilizing bacteria/Vivek Kumar and Amar S. Solanki. 21. Tray drying characteristics and manurial value of water hyacinth/K.P. Rawale R.C. Verma and S.K. Jain. 22. Comparative performance evaluation of different forage choppers for water hyacinth/Pramod Mohnot V.D. Mudagl and S.M. Mathur. 23. Control of water hyacinth through versatile herbicides/P.L. Maliwal Iqbal Hussain and S.L. Mundra. 24. Biomethanation of water hyacinth through fungal treatment for fuel manure and pollution free environment/N. Ali and B.L. Chaudhry. 25. Chopping and crushing of water hyacinth (elchhornia crassipes) a review/Pramod Mohnot S.M. Mathur and V.D. Mudgal. 26. Development of insulation mill board from water hyacinth (eichhornia crassipes)/Sudhir Jain and Ravi Mathur. 27. Management of plant parasitic nematodes through water hyacinth/Subash Bhargav P.K. Dashora and M.K. Sharma. 28. Influence of cutting systems on biomass reduction of water hyacinth/S.M. Mathur and Santosh Jadav. 29. Promising economic potential of aquatic weed Jal Khumbi (eichhornia crassipes) in paper industry/Meenu Srivastava. 30. A mechanical system for water hyacinth handling/S.M. Mathur and Pratap Singh. 31. Water hyacinth for energy manure and environment protection/K.K. Chabbra. 32. Water hyacinth (eichhornia crassipes) insulation millboards and their physico mechanical properties/Sudhir Jain and Ravi Mathur. 33. Water hyacinth a Lavender wreath on the dying fresh water lakes/Mahesh Sharma. Aquatic Weeds Problems Control and Management fills a long felt gap in this field. Aquatic.

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    Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Rural safe drinking water 1. Initiatives in promiting water resources in India/M.M.N. Saxena. 2. Managing rural water resources role of banks and PRIs/A.R. Patel. 3. Fluoride scenario some preventive steps/Kaman Singh. 4. Drinking water quality assurance in villages/Dinesh Chand. 5. Sustainable rural water supply/Dinesh Chand. 6. Drinking water supply to villages/Dinesh Chand. 7. Drinking water supply and availability in rural areas/Dinesh Chand. 8. Community managed rural water supply/Dinesh Chand. 9. Solar photovoltaic water pumping system for drinking water supply/P.R. Singh R. Prasad and I.H. Rehman. 10. Low cost treatment of water in tribal areas/Ashutosh Jindal and Manik L. Sarkar. 11. Rajiv Gandhi National Drinking Water Mission committed to providing safe drinking water/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 12. Water for rural areas/K.V. Raju and S. Manasi. 13. Drinking water management strategies and future agenda/P. Durgaprasad. 14. Role of PRIs in drinking water supply/S. Ponnuraj. 15. Integrated watershed development project/Meenu Arora. 16. Integrated watershed development technology based model for rural development/Sunil K. Agarwal. 17. Water crisis in Himalayan region Grim situation/Anil Joshi. 18. Depleting glaciers impending water crisis/Laxmi Chand Pant. 19. Rainwater harvesting a panacea for water woes/V.P. Rajvedi. 20. Water conservation through watershed development/V.S. Gupta. 21. Water conservation need of the hour/K.V. Ramana Rao. 22. No fresh water no future/K. Pandimuruga Chinnan. 23. Water scarcity in rural India/Dusmanta Kumar Giri. 24. Inter linking of rivers vision and issues/Arabinda Ghose. 25. Interlinking of rivers/A. Ravinder. II. Rural Health Care 26. Partnerships and networking for health development initiatives successes and challenges/P. Durgaprasad and N.V. Madhuri. 27. Community participation Panchayati Raj and rural health care/B.K. Pattanaik. 28. Health care during the tenth plan/Prema Ramachandran. 29. Financing of health services in India under Five Year Plans/H.R. Uma. 30. Putting alternatives to health care on a firm footing/Radhakrishna Rao. 31. Combating AIDS/Avtar Singh. 32. HIV/AIDS the social dimension emphasis to women and girls/Satyanarayana Pattnaik and Lipi Puspa Panda. 33. Nutrition for all/Jayanthi Paulraj. 34. Health care services in rural India current status and future challenges/S. Srinivasan. 35. Primary health care in disadvantaged areas/Sanjay Sangole. 36. Rural sanitation agenda for future policies programmes and strategies/S. Poonuraj. 37. Sanitation the unfinished agenda/D.K. Ghose. III. Rural electrification 38. Rural electrification and policy implications/V. Madhava Rao. 39. Sustainable energy security/S.K. Chopra. 40. Energy demand in rural areas/Ibrahim Hafeezur Rehman. 41. Renewable energy future source of energy supply/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 42. Renewable energy in India/E.C. Thomas. 43. Energising the power sector/P.N. Dwivedi. 44. Biogas an energy alternative for India/Bindu Marwah and Aseem Verma. 45. Solar cooker blessing for the poor/S. Narayanaswamy. 46. Biomass as a source of energy/Dinesh Mani. 47. Microhydropower and social change/Yogeshwar Kumar. 48. Clean technology for quality energy in rural areas/Rakesh Prasad Asim Mirza and R.C. Pal. IV. Rural housing 49. Greenhosue for rural development/Jayanarayan Mishra and Jagadish Chandra Paul. 50. Housing for rural poor/Mohinder Singh. 51. Rural housing an overview/S. Vijaya Kumar and M. Venkataramana. 52. Rural housing agenda for future action/Chandra Dutt. 53. National housing policy/Pankaj Jain. The health of a nation is a sum total of the health of its citizens and communities. To achieve this goal total participation of its citizens communities and the government is essential. There is a considerable challenge for optimizing the existing rural health infrastructure throughout the country. Considering the potentiality of the Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) it is proposed that the health i.

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    Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. Transect programmes: 1. HIMPROBE Programme: integrated studies on geology, petrology, geochronology and geophysics of the trans-Himalaya and Karakoram/A.K. Jain, S. Singh, R.M. Manickavasagam, M. Joshi and P.K. Verma. 2. Structure and tectonics of the proterozoic Aravalli-Delhi geological province, NW Indian Peninsular shield/H.C. Tewari and V. Vijaya Rao. 3. Deep seismic studies in Central Indian shield a review/P.R. Reddy and I.B.P. Rao. 4. Kuppam-Palani transect programme and new insights into continental evolution/T.M. Mahadevan. 5. Crustal thickness and composition in Eastern Dharwar Craton/K.S. Prakasam and S.S. Rai. 6. Electrical conductivity patterns along transects over the Indian lithospheric domains of differing temporal evolution: a review/S.G. Gokarn. Regional studies: 7. Granulites and ultrahigh temperature metamorphism: key issues/Anand Mohan. 8. The Rajmahal basalts: a review of their geology, composition and petrogenesis/N.C. Ghose and Ray W. Kent. 9. Deccan flood basalts/D. Chandrasekharam. 10. Granulite xenoliths from the western Dharwar Craton: constraints on the composition of the lower continental crust/A.G. Dessai. 11. Multi-platform imaging of lithospheric magnetic anomalies/Mita Rajaram. 12. Modeling of lithospheric evolution using geophysical methods: the evidence from palaeomagnetic studies/T. Radhakrishna. 13. Seismotectonic structures of the western and eastern Himalayas: constraint from microearthquake data/J.R. Kayal. 14. Some issues related to the study of the Indian lithosphere/D.N. Avasthi. Thermal structure and numerical modeling: 15. Heat flow researches in India: results and perspectives/R.U.M. Rao, Sukanta Roy and R. Srinivasan. 16. Electrical conductivity signatures of plume-lithosphere interactions in the Indian Ocean/Baldev R. Arora, P.B.V. Subba Rao and Vipul Nagar. 17. Mathematical modeling of deep earth processes/A. Manglik. 18. Scaling behaviour of real earth source distribution: Indian case studies/V.P. Dimri, A.R. Bansal, R.P. Srivastava and Nimisha Vedanti. 19. Interaction of mantle plume with Indian continental lithosphere since the cretaceous/R. Raval.

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    Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Keynote Paper 1. Water security an interdisciplinary research and policy agenda/Yoginder K. Alagh. Surface Water Management 2. Irrigation system operational management by way of canal automation/Anil B. Mandavia. 3. Urban water management issues and challenges/Shailza Verma Deepak Khare and S.K. Jain. 4. Comparison of synthetic unit hydrograph models for micro watersheds/G.V. Prajapati R. Subbaiah and H.H. Mashru. 5. Development of regional flood frequency relationships using L moments for gauged catchments of Mahi and Sabarmati Subzone 3 (A)/Rakesh Kumar. 6. Increase in irrigation efficiency by segmented border irrigation method/K.C. Patel N.K. Gontia B. Anjaneyulu and H.R. Vadar. 7. Design of drip irrigation system based on moisture front advance in layered soil/H.H. Mashru R.H. Ghaghada R.M. Satasiya and G.V. Prajapathi. 8. Canal water distribution by rotational water supply system a case study of Uben Irrigation Project/D.K. Dobariya. 9. Micro irrigation system a key for sustainable water management (a task force review)/Satish B. Patel. 10. Water resources development and management an attempt through system simulation studies/D.H. Patel A.K. Patel and B.G. Upadhyay. 11. Alternate trickle irrigation system designs for summer groundnut crop an economic approach/P.B. Vekariya H.D. Rank and V.K. Sardhara. 12. Comparison of evaporative flux for groundnut using various approaches with moving average analysis/A.B. Mazumdar P.K. Shukla P.M. Patil and R. Subbaiah. 13. Water resources conservation through watershed development activities in NE hilly regions a case study/R.C. Nayak. 14. Impact assessment of water harvesting structures in Ladudi watershed/R.S. Sikarwar H.D. Rank and R. Subbaiah. 15. Performance of Labyrinth type fusegates on Sonmati weir/G.I. Joshi M.B. Patel and N. J. Shrimali. 16. Economic impact of water harvesting structures on farmers of North Saurashtra agro climatic zone/Hiren Tilala and R.L. Shiyani. 17. Operational schedule of pressurized irrigation system for water and energy saving/D.P. Darmora. 18. Response of groundnut to porous pipe irrigation/G.R. Patel R.H. Ghaghada M. Mallik A.L. Chalodia and B.M. Dabhi. 19. Quality of underground irrigation waters of Saurashtra region/N.B. Babaria M.S. Solanki A.V. Ardeshana and V.G. Barad. 20. Efficient use of water and fertilizers through drip system for maximizing castor production/L.V. Lakkad K.B. Asgdaria R.K. Mathukia B.K. Sagarka and V.D. Khanpara. Ground Water Management 21. Modelling and management of shallow aquifer system in Krishna delta/Anupama Sharma and Sudhir Kumar. 22. Effect of seepage and porosity on transient falling water table in subsurface drainage/Surjeet Singh L.N. Thakural and R.K. Jaiswal. 23. Effect of Sabli netravati spreading channel to control seawater intrusion in Saurashtra Coast Seawater Intrusion in Saurashtra Coast/V.P. Parekh and A.S. Patel. 24. Rain water harvesting and ground water recharge for sustainable development of urban areas/S.R. Yadav T.S. Brar D.C. Singhal R.K. Jain and Deepak Khare. 25. Ground water budgeting by water level fluctuation method/P.D. Vyas V.M. Rana and Nayan Soni. 26. AKRSP (I)'S experience in integrated management for sustainable use of water resources in Saline Area Mangrol (Junagadh)/M.S. Vahora and P.K. Mori. 27. Groundwater level study in the catchment of Therka check dam on river Machhannala/N.J. Shrimali and A.S. Patel. 28. Integrated freshwater management for Lakshadweep Islands/B. Sivakumar. 29. Response of groundwater mound to recharge through rectangular basin/A.D. Vasudeo. 30. Restructuring of water harvesting ponds and ground water recharge/Ravi Kishore D.K. Singh R.M. Singh R. Singh and D.M. Bhandarkar. 31. Groundwater recharge from a lined farm canal under shallow water table condition/V. Goyal B.S. Jhorar and R.S. Malik. 32. Water logging problem of Western Punjab a case study/M.A. Alam Akash Deep Sharma and Keshav Negi. Remote Sensing and Geographical Inform.

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    Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Preface. I. Concept of risk management 1. Risk management the banking perspective/Prabhat Singhal. 2. Risk management in micro finance/N. Jeyaseelan. 3. Managing risk a challenging task/Chitta Ranjan Sarkar. 4. Operational risk management in banks/S.K. Bagchi. 5. Operational risk management systems and process/V. Ramaswamy. 6. Operational risk a real nightmare/A.S. Rajeev. 7. Credit as well as credit risk management in banks/R.S. Raghavan. 8. Enterprise risk management an eye opener/V. Sreeraman. 9. Strategic risk management/Vishnu Kanhere. 10. Corporate governance risk management and internal audit/Narendra M. Apte. 11. Managing exchanging risks/Yogesh Upadhyay and S.K. Singh. 12. Role of logistics in supply chain management/Anil Chandra Pathak. II. Finance and risk 13. Risk finance/B. Ratna Ravikumar. 14. Venture capital the need of the hour/K.V. Mallik. 15. Venture capital/Sawalia Bihari Verma and Ravi Kumar Shrivastawa. 16. Taxation of banks and financial institutions/Barun Kumar Ghosh. 17. Audit risk its relevance assessment and minimization/Barun Kumar Ghosh. 18. Product costing and pricing in banks/Mrutyunjaya Padhan. III. Audit and risk 19. Financial crimes and IS audit/Y. Srinivas. 20. Concentrate on personal financial management its high time/Suvendu Bose. 21. Risk based supervision and risk/R.S. Raghavan. 22. Risk based supervision/V.V. Kamath. 23. Changing horizon of insurance sector/Sam Ghosh. 24. Insuring life/H. Sadhak. 25. Career in actuarial science/Hena Naqvi. IV. Risk in insurance sector 26. Preserving capital and maximizing shareholder return/Manish Kumar Jain. 27. New accounting framework in insurance industry/R.C. Guria. 28. Insurance a booming professional opportunity/N.D. Gupta. 29. National company law tribunal and appellate tribunal/Gopal Pd. Dokania. V. Risk in banking sector 30. Bank credit risk and profitability/S.B. Singh. 31. New approaches to fraud deterrence/Joseph T. Wells. 32. Forex Market Intervention sterilisation and market stabilisation fund/Kanchana Khanna. 33. Minimum capital requirement Pillar I/P.V. Subba Rao. 34. Statutory audit of bank treasury/Shyam Ramadhyani. 35. Untapped opportunities in bankassurance/P.P. Pathrose. 36. Treasury integration the process/A.K. Trivedi. 37. Use of derivatives to manage market risk/Niall S.K. Booker. 38. Audit of Forex transactions/K. Parameswaran. Index. There is a basic shift in the paradigm of risk management practices and has placed greater emphasis on the successful identification quantification mitigation control and financing of risk. Evolving concepts of risk are leading to complex management perspectives requiring an integrated view of the finances and operations of a corporation. Today's risk manager must generate a comprehensive context of risks faced by the enterprises. The process of risk management involves the following Recognition and understanding measurement and monitoring and control. In order to effective risk management a comprehensive risk management policy has to be formulated incorporating a detailed structure of limits and guidelines to be followed and a Strong Management Information System (MIS) build up for continuous monitoring and reporting of risk exposures. 432 pp.

  • Soft cover. Condition: New. Contents: Foreword/Ntin Karmalkar. Preface/B. Mahabaleswar. Acknowledgements/Subhajyoti Das. 1. Introduction/Subhajyoti Das. Part I: Water Resources of Western and Central Regions of India: Perspectives. 2. Ground Water Management and Sustainability in India: The Way Forward/K. C. Naik. 3. Ground Water Resources of Western Region of India/G.C. Pati. 4. Surface and Ground Water Resources of Maharashtra: Status, Management, Governance Issues and Future Policy/Vidyanand Ranade. Part II: Resource Potential and Development. 5.Surface Water Resources of Maharashtra: Potential, Development and Management Issues/Dattakumar S. Chaskar and Ashok Kumar Kharya. 6. Groundwater Development and Management in Maharashtra State, India/Prabhat K. Jain and Nelofar Khan. 7. Quality Assessment of Ground Water in Coastal Maharashtra with Special Reference to Sea Water Intrusion/S. S. Hegde, Anu Radha Bhatia, Catherine Louis and R. K. Sharma. 8. Water Crisis of Gujarat and Prospects in Water Sector/Vivek P. Kapadia. 9. Strategies for Ground Water Resources Management to Facilitate Water Security in Gujarat/R. C. Jain. 10. Groundwater Scenario of North Gujarat: Water Conservation and Recharge Practices/A. K. Jain and D. P. Pati. 11. Surface Water Scenario in Rajasthan State, India/L. N. Mathur. 12. Groundwater Resources of Rajasthan: Status, Issues and Strategies/Sayelli Tembhurne, S. K. Pareek, S. K. Jain and Kaveri Salunke. 13. Ground Water Quality of Rajasthan with Special Reference to Fluoride/D. D. Ozha. 14. Surface Water Resources of Madhya Pradesh: An Overview/Rabindra N. Tiwari and Pravin Kumar Tiwari. 15. Ground Water Conservation and Artificial Recharge in Madhya Pradesh: A Pragmatic Approach/Seraj Khan, P. K. Jain and K. Paramasivam. 16. Surface Water Resources of Chhattisgarh: An Overview/Rabindra N. Tiwari, Pravin Kumar Tiwari. 17. Ground Water Resources of Chhattisgarh: Resource Potential, Status, Management Issues and Future Strategies/Sunil Kumar and A. K. Patre. 18. Sustainable Development and Management of Groundwater of Chhattisgarh: An Overview/S. K. Samanta, S. Sarkar, A. K. Patre and J. R. Verma. 19. Water Resources in Goa/Sandip Nadkarni. 20. Delineation of Aquifers through Ground Water Exploration in Goa State/A. Subburaj, Davithuraj and A. Suresha. 21. Assessment of Groundwater Pollution Potential of Goa using an Indexing Approach (Abhesht & Galdit Models)/B. K. Purandara, V. Kunhambu, Davithuraj , Vidya Sujitha, Sudhir Kumar, J. V. Tyagi and A. Suresha. Part III: Resource Management and Strategies: Science and Technology 22.Water Resources Management in India: A Peep Through Ages/M. L. Jhanwar. 23. Aquifers: Forging the Convergence Between Groundwater and Communities in the Heterogeneous Groundwater Systems of Western and Central India/Himanshu Kulkarni, Neha Bhave, Devdutt Upasani and Rakesh Gupta. 24. Ground Water Resources of Gujarat: Status of Development, Management Strategy and Policy/Anoop Nagar. 25.Groundwater Scenario, Issues and Management in Arid and Semi-Arid Rajasthan, India/L. N. Mathur. 26. Delineation of Phreatic Basaltic Aquifers in the Upper Nira River Basin, India and Evaluating the Efficacy of Methodologies Used for Estimating their Groundwater Potential A Case Study/V. Krishnamurthy and Raymond A. Duraiswami. Annexure.

  • Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. Potential Role of Nostoc Muscorum in the Detoxification of Cr (VI) with Genetic variability/Ajit Pratap Singh Yadav, Raghvendra Raman Mishra and Anil Kumar. 2. Influence of Plant Growth promoting Rhizobacteria on Plant growth and Plant Disease Resistance: A case Study on Tomato Plant/Anshika Singh and Rajani Shrivastava. 3. Application of Nuclear Technology in Horticulture/Anupam Tiwari, Anil K. Singh, Vikas K. Jain, neeharika Kanth and Sumit Pal. 4. Concept of Nutraceutical in Special Reference to Rasayana Therapy of Ayurveda/Ashwini Kumar Kushwaha. 5. Medicinal Importance of certain Ayurvedic Herbs used as Nutaceuticals/Ashwini Kumar Kushwaha and Manoj Kumar Singh. 6. Concept of genetics in Ayurveda w.s.r. to Beej, Beejbhag and Beej Bhagavayava/B.M.N. Kumar. 7. Organic Rice Production/B. Rama Devi and D. Rakshith Roshan. 8. Marker Assisted Selection for Insect Resistance/Deepak Kumar Jaiswal, Vaibhav Singh and D.K. Singh. 9. Allele Mining selection for Insect Resistance/Girish Tantuway, Santosh Kumar, Ashish Kumar Maurya. 10. Containment of Pollen Mediated gene Flow in GM Plants Through Transplastomic Technology/Gobu R, Omprakash, Kailash Chandra, Megaladevi P. 11. Molecular Analysis of p21 gene in female Breast cancer Patients/Jyotsana tripathi, Smriti Pandey, Nasir jamal and Nidhi Shukla. 12. Bioprospecting of gene (s): an Important approach of Mining the Superior Alleles for crop Improvement of Targeted Trait/Kailash Chandra, Ravindra Prasad, Gobu R and Rohit Sharma. 13. Diversity of Insect Fauna in Forage crops/Mili. P, Devee A, Saikia D.K. Rahman A. 14. Diversity of Insect-Pests Fauna in banana Ecosystem of Horticultural orchard of Assam Agricultural University Jorhat/Mudoi A. Saikia, D.K. Rahman and Patgiri P. 15. Molecular Markers: trends and Application in Crop Improvement/Munnesh Kumar, Kuldeep Chandrawat, Sonali V. Habde, Kapil Nagar and Suresh Kr. Sah. 16. Genetically Engineered Rice: A Hope for the future/Omprakash, Gobu R. , Prashant Bisen and Girish Tantuway. 17. Significance of Nitrogen heterocyclic Nuclei in the Search of Pharamacological Active Compounds/Parjanya Kumar Shukla, Amita Verma and Pragya Mishra. 18. Biofortification of cereals: A Strategy to Combat Malnutrition/Patil Srihari Reddy, Girish Tantuway, Srinivasa Reddy Yerva, Manish Kumar and Gobu. 19. Biodiversity: Impact and Strategies to Conserve It/Prashant Bisen, Namrata, Omprakash, Vikas Kumar Jain, Bapsila Loitongbam and P.K. Singh. 20. Efficacy of Different Botanical Powders as Grain Protectants Against Pulse beetle, Callosobruchus Chinensis L. in Black Gram/R.S. Meena , M.A. Laichattiwar and Gautam Kumar. 21. A Great Presence of Staphylococcus Aureus bacteriophages in Ganga Water/Eaghvendra Raman Mishra and Gopal Nath. 22. Essentials by means of Green Pesticides: on behalf of Ecological Agriculture/Ramesh Babu S. Yugandhar Gokidi. 23. Women in Entrepreneurship/S. Kavita, Manju yadav and Bavaji Gudi Shobha Rathod. 24. Diversity of Dipteran Insects in Sivasagar District of Assam, India/Sarma S, Saikia D.K. and Mili P. 25. Diversity of Insect fauna in vegetable Ecosystem/Sarma D, Saikia D.K. and Rahman A. 26. Assessment of Adverse Effect of Tannery Waste Water on Aquatic Ecosystem: A Review/Shahida Parveen, Ram Bharose, Dharam Singh and Sandeep Rout. 27. Incretin Therapy/Shrivani Srivastava, Durgavati Yadav and Harsh Pandey. 28. Genome Wide analysis of WRKY gene Family in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii/Shruti Mishra, Ayushi Upadhyaya and Prashant Ankur Jain. 29. Gaur Gum: Properties, processing and Uses/Sunil Kumar, Vikram Kumar, Ritesh Kumar and Rajesh Kumar Singhal. 30. Semiochemicals and its Potential in Pest Management/Sunil Verma, Ritesh Kumar Parihar, Vikram Kumar and Rajesh Kumar Singhal. 31. Spot Blotch of Wheat and Its fungal Pathogen/Sunita Kumari and Neelam Geat. 32. Screening of various genotypes Against Major Insect pests of Cowpea/Swathi Yadav Kattula, H.V. Pandya and Srasvan Kumar G. 33. Present and Future of organic Farmi.

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    Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents 1. Spectrum of biodiversity in the Orissa Mangroves their sustainable exploitation and germplasm conservation/B.P. Choudhury. 2. Biodiversity scenario of Western Ghats with particular reference to Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka/G.R. Hegde. 3. Diversity of grass flora in India/D.C. Pal and V. Mudgal. 4. Value and exploitation of indigenous knowledge related to biodiversity/C.S. Singh and A. Dwivedi. 5. Biodiversity at Global and India level with a particular emphasis to Pachmari biosphere reserve of M.P. (India)/T.R. Sahu and P. Sahu. 6. Taxonomy and conservation of Indian medicinal plants/V.N. Naik. 7. Ecological and biological diversity of the floral element in the proposed Amarkantak biosphere reserve India/A.K. Kandya and K.P. Prashanth. 8. Propagation techniques for medicinal plants used in common ailments/P. Sahu Gayatri Dubey and T.R. Sahu. 9. Role of NBRI botanic garden towards conservation education and sustainable utilization of plant diversity/Anil K. Goel. 10. Medicinal plants used in treatment of indigestion in Raigarh district of Chhattisgarh/Amia Tirkey Fatima Khan S.S. Khan and T. Saify. 11. Present status of higher plant diversity of Ralamandal sanctuary Indore (M.P)/S. Ray and C.M. Solanki. 12. Afforestation of coastal Mangrove vegetation need for selection of species and sustenance of bio diversity/Ranjana Jaiswal Suhasini Sasikumar and B. Sasikumar. 13. Study of system transfer function of a grassland community/S.R. Gupta Raj Kumar Verma and Krishna Anand. 14. Utility of training programme in commercial cultivation and awareness of medicinal and aromatic plants/Vimlesh Vishwakarma and Archna Dwivedi. 15. Mangroves of Mahanadi delta past present and prospects for future/R.K. Nayak and B.P. Choudhury. 16. Impact of pollution on fruits and seeds of some road side trees a case study for bio diversity/Ranjana Jaiswal Trisa Joseph Suhasini Sasikumar and B. Sasikumar. 17. Genetic variability in wheat (triticum aestivum l.)/Pramod Kumar and Y. Mishra. 18. Floristic diversity of Haryana an assessment of threatened plants for conservation/S.P. Jain. 19. Woody legumes of Ratlam district M.P./Alka Chaturvedi. 20. Contributions of university botanic gardens to the implementation of the convention on biodiversity/P. Sahu and T.R. Sahu. 21. Diversity in natural occurrence of wheat diseases of Sagar region/R.K. Pathak. 22. Crop modelling to sustain better crop harvest out of fluctuating climatic conditions of Sagar region of Madhya Pradesh/S.M. Kurmvanshi K.C. Shukla S.V. Valenkar and R.K. Saraf. 23. Mycorrhiza in sustainable agriculture/K.G. Mukerji and Bhoopander Giri. 24. Effect of different sources of nutrients on growth of pomegranate (punica granatum l.)/R.K. Saraf R.K. Samaiya and K.C. Shukla. 25. Grain yield and chemical properties of soil as affected by Soybean (glycine max) genotypes and fertility levels/M.P. Dubey. 26. Medicinal utility of botanic garden's weeds a case study of Sagar university botanic garden/P. Sahu. 27. Biodiversity conservation different approaches/P. Sahu and T.R. Sahu. 28. Traditional practices in Bastar cause threat to biodiversity conservation/B.P. Nonhare P. Sahu and T.R. Sahu. 29. Role of university botanic gardens in context to BGCI CBD a case study of botanic garden of Dr. Hari Singh Gour university Sagar/P. Sahu. 30. Strategies for sustainable utilization of biological resource in the Noradehi Wild Life Sanctuary of Sagar (Madhya Pradesh)/P. Sahu. The book entitled Biodiversity and Sustainable Utilization of Biological Resources is a result of National Conference on sustainable utilization of biological resources held during 16 18 March 2001 at department of Botany Dr. H.S. Gour Vishwavidyalaya Sagar (M.P.) India. The present book contains articles presented by eminent scientists of the country on varied aspects of related subject. It gives up to date information about the application of biotechnology to meet the ever increasing demand of food medicine crop plants and m.

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    Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Prologue status plant pathology in India before 1905/Y.L. Nene. 2. Plant pathology in India historical developments/V.K. Mehan and Vineet K. Sharma. 3. Role of plant pathological research in development of Indian agriculture/C.D. Mayee and P.K. Chakrabarty. 4. Significant achievements and current status mycology/A. K. Sarbhoy and D.K. Agarwal. 5. Significant achievements and current status bacteriology/Jayashree Gopalakrishnan and J.P. Verma. 6. Significant achievements and current status virology/Narayan Rishi. 7. Significant achievements and current status nematology/H.S. Gaur. 8. Significant achievements and current status epidemiological research/S.S. Chahal Pushpinder Paul Singh and Sandeep Jain. 9. Significant achievements and current status fungicide research/T.S. Thind. 10. Significant achievements and current status biological control/Rashmi Aggarwal P. Srinivas and K.D. Srivastava. 11. Significant achievements and current status host plant resistance against pathogens/R.S. Chauhan R. Rathour and B.M. Singh. 12. Application of biotechnological approaches in plant pathological research in India/T.R. Sharma Kuldeep Singh and R. Sridhar. 13. Plant pathology in India vis a vis International cooperation/Suresh Pande. 14. Policy issues in plant protection/R.K. Khetarpal and Kavita Gupta. 15. Uncommon opportunities in plant pathology/S. Nagarajan and T.R. Sharma. 16. Professional societies and their role in advancement of plant pathology in India/G.S. Saharan Naresh Mehta and M.S. Sangwan. From the preface The present volume gives a modest overview of the significant developments in plant pathology during the last one hundred years in our country. Renowned experts have made contributions in their respective fields. The first chapter (Prologue) highlights the status of plant pathology in India before 1905 and sets the stage for an overview of the developments made thereafter. Chapters on significant achievements and current status of knowledge has been contributed by leading experts on mycology bacteriology virology and nematology and also on epidemiological research fungicide research biological control host plant resistance against pathogens and on the application of biotechnological approaches for management of plant diseases. This covered the major areas of research in plant pathology. Besides non conventional chapters encompassing the areas of international co operation policy issues and uncommon opportunities are also included along with the role of professional societies in plant pathology in India. The editors are aware of the fact that the volume by no way is a complete account of the vast ocean of information available on various aspects of the subject. However it is anticipated that the diverse areas covered in this volume would serve as a roadmap for the younger generation of plant pathologists and policy makers alike who have greater challenges ahead to resolve the problems for augmenting production ensuring biosecurity and facilitating trade under the changing global trade regime. 453 pp.

  • Sawalia Bihari Verma; Yogesh Upadhyay and Sant Gyaneshwar Pd Singh

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    Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Employment scenario and generation 1. Employment scenario in India/M.L. Dhar. 2. Review of rural employment programme/Sawalia Bihari Verma Yogesh Upadhyay and Sant Gyaneshwar Pd. Singh. 3. Improving income and employment opportunities/B. Rai. 4. Rural banks promoting employment generation/P.N. Sankaran. 5. Rights of workers strategies for employment generation/Bharat Jhunjhunwala. 6. Rural employment generation some strategies/H.D. Dwarakanath. 7. Strategies for rural employment/Navin Chandra Joshi. 8. Rural employment/Srivallabha Sharan. 9. Rural employment and people's participation/D. Sunder Raj. 10. Promoting generation through community polytechnics/A.K. Jain. 11. Rural employment/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 12. Growth with employment supportive policies/S.R. Hashim. 13. Information technology in rural employment/P. Purushotham. II. Creating self employment programmes 14. Employment generation in small units/Rana Bijoy Deb. 15. Apiculture gainful employment for rural women/R.A. Goyal. 16. Creating jobs for 76 million people/A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. 17. Self employment avenues for rural women/Ashom Baran Das. 18. Self employment programmes for rural poor/P. Purushotham. 19. Self employment avenues in food industry/P. Purushotham. 20. Self employment in food industry/P. Purushotham. 21. Self employment opportunities/Jayanti Ghose. 22. Employment generation through forest based village industries/R.P. Chaturvedi. 23. Bamboo and rural employment/K.G. Karmakar and M.S. Haque. 24. Agri clinics and agri business centres self employment avenues for agriculture graduates/P. Purushotham. 25. Employment opportunities in agri clinics/B.C. Das and R.K. Mohapatra. 26. Technology for employment generation in agro industries/P. Purushotham. 27. Youth development/Sunit Dutt. 28. Rural job opportunities agri business centres some realities/Ratan Godara. 29. Agro industries key to economic progress/Badar Alam Iqbal. III. Problems of rural employment 30. Management of unemployment problem/N. Rajavel. 31. Problem of educated unemployed/D.C. Misra. 32. Educated unemployment causes and approaches/S.B. Verma. IV. Rural employment guarantee programmes 33. Job guarantee for the rural poor/E.C. Thomas. 34. Rural employment guarantee/Jugal K. Mohapatra. 35. Sampooran Grameen Rozgar Yojana and employment generation an assessment/Puran Singh. 36. Sampooran Grameen Rozgar Yojana is it really sampooran. 37. Minimum wages and employment/Siddharth Varadarajan. 38. Employment guarantee/Santosh Mehrotra. 39. Employment guarantee act promise and demise/Jean Dreze. 40. Guaranteed rural employment towards socio economic transformation/Dhurjati Mukherjee. 41. Employment guarantee act a half way measure/Ruddar Datt. 42. The NREGA rural people to grow with the nation/Manohar Puri. 43. National rural employment guarantee scheme A Task Ahead/Puran Singh. 44. National rural employment guarantee scheme an approach to inclusive growth/A. Vinayak Reddy. 45. Backward linkages of rural employment guarantee scheme/J.N. Singh and Anurag Mishra. V. Role of Panchayati Raj institutions implementing the scheme 46. Role of PRIs in implementing rural employment guarantee scheme/Amrit Patel. Index. The book Rural Employment has been designed to provide sufficient feedback on rural employment. Employment is a vital problem of Indian economy. Majority of people in India live in about 7000 000 villages. They depend on agro and agro based activities for their livelihood. India cannot be self reliant and prosperous until the rural mass engage for their employment. Corporate sectors non governmental organisations (NGOs) may play their crucial role in this regard. Panchayati Raj institutions (PRIs) may monitor/supervise in execution of programmes launched by the govt. to a great extent. 460 pp.

  • Ganesh Kawadia and Kanhaiya Ahuja

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    Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Introduction. I. Environment development and poverty 1. Rural poverty land utilization and deforestation in India/Ganesh Kawadia and Hansa Jain. 2. Study of sustainability development process in India (a state wise analysis)/Kanhaiya Ahuja Ganesh Kawadia and Anand Shrivastava. 3. Does rural poverty harm environment some evidences/Shyam S. Sharme Pd Sharma. 4. Development and environmental interface (an antipode to apologetic arguments)/H.S. Yadav. 5. Agricultural development and environmental sustainability/Upinder Sawhney and S.L. Kansra. 6. Cost of environmental degradation in agriculture a case study of Kolhapur region/P.N. Gavade. II. Environment resource management 1. Water resources and interlinking of rivers issues concerning inequalities state intervention and sustainable development/D.K. Verma. 2. Management of environment in mining and metals industries in the tribal areas in India/J.B. Komaraiah. 3. Wind energy in Asia a strategy for hastening economic growth without damaging the environment/M. Murugan (Madurai) and V. Dhulasi Birundha. 4. Joint forest management in India empowering local communities/P.K. Chaubey and Papori Konwar. 5. Economic development and environmental accounting the corporate reporting conundrum/V. Chari. III. International trade and environmental issues 1. International trade and environmental policy issues A reference to India's position/G.N. Joshi and V. Aditya Srinivas. 2. Environmental policy issues and their impact on exports from India/Rajiv Aserkar and Richa Vyas. 3. Is carbon trading justifiable for India/Mona Khare and Anjali Jain. IV. Solid waste management 1. Urbanization and solid waste management in Bangalore growth option and challenges/S.R. Keshava. 2. Solid waste management some issues/N.G. Pandse. 3. Urbanization and solid waste management a case study of Kolhapur municipal corporation/N.A. Patil. 4. Solid waste management life cycle assessment/Nirupama Nagar and Sanjay Nagar. 5. Hospital solid waste management in Indore city/Ganesh Kawadia Pooja Pateria and Manasranjan Dashmishra. 6. Management of environment in paper industry a comparative study of five firms of paper industries/Rekha Acharya. 7. Urban solid waste management a case study of a city corporation in Karnataka/Jayasheela and Soukat Ali. M. V. Environmental policies and pollution 1. Rapid urbanization and environment pollution in Rajasthan a critical analysis/Farida Shah. 2. Environment laws and policy in India/P.A. Koli. 3. Government intervention and incentives for environmental protection/Luke Ward. 4. Development initiatives and environment protection an analysis of the issues concerning the Reverine Islands (Chars) in Assam/Gorky Chakraborty and Pranjal Pratim Buragohain. VI. Environmental issues of Madhya Pradesh economy 1. Development and environment inter relationship in MP/Ganesh Kawadia and Manasranjan Dashmishra. 2. Gandhi Sagar Dam and upstream ecology/Ram Pratap Gupta. 3. Development and environment community in governance in tribal Southwestern Madhya Pradesh/D.C. Sah. 4. Socio economic development of scheduled tribes in Madhya Pradesh a critical appraisal from sustainable development perspective/D.K. Verma. 5. Projection of urban cooking fuels requirement their air emission and cost a case study of Indore/V.B. Gupta and Ranju Kumari. 6. A study of industrial pollution in Dewas District of M.P./Aruna Kushmakar Dipti Dhavle and Gunjan Malhotra. Environmental Issues of Development is an edited volume arising out of the selected papers presented in an International seminar on Growth Strategy and Environment Issues. This volume consisting of 34 articles is an attempt to explain the inter relationship between economic growth and environmental quality in the developing countries. The articles are distributed in six sections (i) Environment development and poverty. (ii) Environment resource management. (iii) International trade and environmental issues. (iv) Solid waste managemen.

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    Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. Traditional use of medicinal plants among the tribal communities in Mizoram, North-Eastern India/Amritesh C. Shukla, M. Chinlampiangal, Fanai Lalsangluaiil, Reeta Gupta1, Archana Verma and H. Lalramnghinglova. 2. Ethnic and economic aspects of some emergent aquaphytes in Mithila region of North Bihar/Vidyanath Jha, A.B. Verma, Rajeev Kumar and Manishankar Jha. 3. Study of medicinal climbers of Nallamalais, Andhra Pradesh/T. Shali Saheb. 4. Native phytotherapy for fever from Khammam district of Andhra Pradesh/Ratna Manjula, R. and T.V.V. Seetharami Reddi. 5. Borassus flabellifer L. (Tale dare) arecaceae-an integral component in the life pattern of Santhal tribe of Dumka district in Santhal Pargana, Jharkhand, India/Sutanu Lal Bondya and Prabhawati Bodra. 6. Survey and documentation of some wild flowers sold as vegetables and food supplements in Jharkhand/Sudhanshu Kumar, Bandana Kumari and Anil K. Goel. 7. Plants of the Shri Ramcharitamanasa/R.L.S. Sikarwar. 8. Ethno-medicinal plants used by Thakar tribe, Riagad District, Maharashtra in the treatment of abnormal menstruation/Kalpit Mhatre and Rajendra Shinde. 9. Ethnobotanical uses and phytochemical analysis of Sarcococca pruniformis Lindl. (Buxaceae)/Madhumita Nath, B.K. Dutta and P.K. Hajra. 10. Documentation of dye yielding plants used by the Tangkhul tribe in Ukhrul district, Manipur/S. Salam and N.S. Jamir. 11. Herbal contact therapy as practiced by tribal and rural inhabitants of Western Madhya Pradesh/Veena Satya. 12. Traditional knowledge on coolants used by the Bagata tribe of Visakhapatnam district, Andhra Pradesh/B. Sandhya Sri and T.V.V.Seetharami Reddi. 13. Traditional use of some ichthyotoxic plants for fish stupefying practices in Adilabad district (Andhra Pradesh)/N. Suryanarayana Swamy and T.V.V. Seetharami Reddi. 14. Ethnomedicinal plants used for treating kidney stones by the tribals of Khammam district, Andhra Pradesh/R. Ratna Manjula, J. Koteswara Rao and T.V.V. Seetharami Reddi. 15. Studies on plants used in religious worship and festivals in Ratlam district of Madhya Pradesh/Dinesh Jadhav. 16. Ethnomedicinal notes on some poisonous plants used by bhil tribe of Ratlam district (MP)/Dinesh Jadhav. 17. Ethno-botanical study of some medicinal plants used by Gond tribe of Korba district (Chhattisgarh), India/Deepak Kumar Gond, Savita Tripathi, M.N.Srivastaval and D.C. Saini. 18. Some unreported ethnobotanical uses of amorphophallus (Araceae) among the tribes of East Nimar, Madhya Pradesh (India)/Shakun Mishra and Shaikh Mujaffar. 19. Study of wild edible plants of Banda district (U.P.) with special reference to their ethnobotanical significance/Safoora Khan. 20. Utilization of wild plants Tinchhath festival in eastern, Uttar Pradesh/Vineet Singh and S.K. Srivastava. 21. Ethnobotanical uses of Houttuynia cordata by Meitei community of Manipur, India/J.S. Khuraijam and Anil K. Goel. 22. Traditional uses of tree ferns among the tribes of Pachmarhi biosphere Reserve (MP)/Shweta Singh and Rita Singh. 23. A bibliographic overview of ethnobotanical work in North-east India-I/Harsh Singh, Madhumita Natha and S.K. Jain. 24. Reference Index (RI) of the Journal Ethnobotany (1989-2013)/A.K. Sahoo and Anil K. Goel.

  • Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Contributors. I. Rural Sanitation 1. Sanitation and health/Shipra Saxena and Anjal Prakash. 2. Rural sanitation policies and strategies/N.V. Madhuri and P.C. Sikligar. 3. Rural sanitation perspectives/Archana Sinha. 4. Rural sanitation future policies programmes and strategies/S. Poonuraj. 5. Sanitation the unfinished agenda/D.K. Ghose. 6. Drinking water and sanitation/V.K. Duggal. 7. Rural water sanitation challenges ahead/D.K. Ghose. 8. Rural water sanitation role of decentralisation/Indrani De. II. Rural housing 9. Indira Awas Yojana under Bharat Nirman Ray of Hope to shelterless poor/Annapurna Jha. 10. Rural housing emphasis on demand driven dimension/V. Madhava Rao and Sreedhar Seetharan. 11. Schemes on rural housing/Avtar Singh Sahota. 12. Panchayati Raj Institutions and rural housing/Mahi Pal. 13. Innovative technologies in rural housing/S.K. Negi. 14. Planning of earthquake resistant rural houses/Ashok Kumar. 15. Planning of cyclone resistant rural houses/R.K. Garg. 16. Greenhouse for rural development/Jayanarayan Mishra and Jagadish Chandra Paul. 17. Housing for rural poor/Mohinder Singh. 18. Rural housing an overview/S. Vijaya Kumar and M. Venkataramana. 19. Rural housing agenda for future action/Chandra Dutt. 20. National Housing Policy/Pankaj Jain. III. Rural health care 21. Healthcare for all/Akshya K. Panda. 22. National Rural Health Mission/Shubhra Singh. 23. National Rural Health Mission/Rabindra Nath Ojha. 24. Universal Health Insurance Scheme/Rajeev Ahuja. 25. Community Health Insurance Its relevance in India/N. Devadasan. 26. Micro Health Insurance Models lessons learnt and way forward/Akash Acharva. 27. Quality healthcare for rural people/V. Mohan Rao. 28. Rural health facilities/V. Mohan Rao. 29. Partnerships and networking for health development initiatives successes and challenges/P. Durga Prasad and N.V. Madhuri. 30. Community participation Panchayati Raj and rural health care/B.K. Pattanaik. 31. Health care during the Tenth Plan/Prema Ramchandran. 32. Financing of health services in India under Five Year Plans/Uma H.R. 33. Health care services in rural India status and challenges/S. Srinivasan. 34. Primary health care in disadvantaged areas/Sanjay Sangole. 35. HIV/AIDS in India/Sandeep Berwal. 36. National AIDS Control Programme in India/S.B. Verma. 37. Combating AIDS/Avtar Singh. 38. HIV/AIDS The social dimension emphasis to women and girls/Satyanarayana Pattnaik and Lipi Puspa Panda. 39. Migration trafficking and HIV/AIDS/Aparna Srivastava. 40. Fluoride scenario some preventive steps/Kaman Singh. 41. Health care at low cost the JSS Experience/The JSS Team. 42. Appropriate technology for low cost health care/The JSS Team. 43. Jan Swasthya Abhiyan/Abhay Shukla. 44. Pranayam the cure for all maladies/Rajendra Roy. 45. Effective health information system for efficient health care delivery/N. Swaminathan and J.H. Ranjit Kumar. 46. TEA A best health drink/M.K. Rana. 47. Rural health services in India Under Eleventh Plan/Rajesh Sagar and Jugal Kishor. The infrastructure is the catalyst in economic development and sustain growth G.D.P. and human existence. Infrastructure bottlenecks act as a serious drag on the progress of the nation like India. Sanitation is a package of health related measures. It denotes the methods of disposal of human waste as well as liquid and solid waste including matter originating from food and hygiene. Inadequate sanitation impacts the local economy by adversely affecting the productivity loss due to sickness and the overall quality of life. Housing is an integral part of the human sustenance and development. It needs special provisions for providing support facilities for the occupational groups rural infrastructure sanitation housing health care. To meet the housing needs of rural people Ministry of Rural Development initiated scheme such as minimum needs programme Indira Awas Yojana and Jawahar Rozgar Yojana under Bharat Nirman and rural development. The healt.

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    Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. 1. Land degradation: problems and prospects/G.P. Verma. 2. Land degradation and managing ravine for today and tomorrow/Akhilesh Singh, Subhash Thakur and Avinash S. Tomar. 3. Chambal ravines, perspectives of formations and management options/S.K. Verma and Akhilesh Singh. 4. Watershed based reclamation and control of Chambal ravines/G.P. Verma. 5. Modeling soil erosion from watershed/M.K. Hardaha. 6. Silvipastoral practices for wasteland rehabilitation, animal production and ecosystems services/D.R. Palsaniya. 7. Restoration of soil health of degraded lands via carbon sequestration: a win-win green strategy for ensuring food security/R.K. Rattan. 8. Impact of climate change on resource management/U.P.S. Bhadauria, S.K. Sharma, Sanjay Jain and Avinash Singh Tomar. 9. Soil and environmental pollution: causes and remedial measures/B.L. Sharma. 10. Biological indicators of soil quality/D.L.N. Rao. 11. Effectiveness of soil and water conservation measures for resource conservation in black soils of Malwa region/D.H. Ranade. 12. Resource conservation technologies: a prospective of Central India/Y.P. Singh and Sudhir Singh. 13. Integrated nutrient management: key for improving soil health and sustainability/Hitendra K. Rai. 14. Soil quality under intensive cropping systems in Central India/V.K. Kharche. 15. Nutrient management: a key to soil health and long-term sustainability/Muneshwar Singh. 16. Soil health management though farming system approach/B. Gangwar. 17. Risk assessment of metal contaminated soils/S.P. Datta. 18. Management of salt affected soils for sustainable agriculture/V.K. Kharche. 19. Biodiversity and its conservation/S.S. Tomar and Akhilesh Singh. 20. Application of soil surveys for land evaluation/Shashi S. Yadav and B.K. Rajput. Index. Land degradation is a concept in which the value of bio-physical environment is adversely affected. Land is the basic natural resource that provides habitat and sustenance for living organisms, as well as being a major focus of economic activities. Degradation of land refers to loss of its potential production capability as a result of degradation of soil quality and also its loss for effective use. The functional capabilities of soil deteriorate from activities related to agriculture, forestry, and industry. On the other hand urban sprawling and infrastructure development cause loss of available land. Natural events such as cyclones and floods cause land loss, and can also deteriorate functional capabilities of soil. The problems of land degradation are prevalent in many forms throughout the country. The book contains all about these problems and solutions.

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    Contents Preface 1 High temperature stress response in cropsDS Gill and Tilak Raj 2 Response of Cyanobacteria to ultraviolet radiation mitigation strategies to resist the stressSunita Kumari Richa Rashuni chandra and Rajeshwar P Sinha 3 Seed dormancy-an ecological adaptationMP Trivedi Rachna Kumari and UK Sinha 4 Water water every where but not a drop to drinkAnil K Dwivedi Uday Bhan Prajapati and Shashi 5 Assessment of quaternary vegetation and climate of Kumaun Himalaya Sukha Tal-Geochemical analysisAsha Gupta 6 Kaleidoscopic behaviour of spirulina under different culture conditionsSudhir D Ghatnekar and Santosh M Sharma 7 Plant extracts-a tool for genotoxic damage repairNandjee Kumar VS Sinha and VK Prabhat 8 An approach to identify different varieties of Mangifera indica L with the help of morphological traitsBhavna Sharma Susy Albert and Haresh Dhaduk 9 Biology propagation utilization and economics of Prospis cineraria Khejri in the Thar Desert IndiaPawan K Kasera Jitendra K Shukla and Sher Mohammed 10 Studies of Phloem of some common ferns of RajasthanBL Yadav MK Tripathi and KD Chawla 11 Effect of human interferences on Orchid diversityPurshotam Kaushik and Pallavi Pal 12 Phytoastrology a botanical approach to astrologyHP Pandey 13 Concurrent growing of green manure crops in riceAnitha S 14 Indian forests and research-past and presentSK Banerjee and Avinash Jain 15 Comparative suitable nutrient solution for the growth of plants and its effect on Calcium deficiencyAP Verma 16 Microbial endophytes the untapped resources for bioactive extrolitesT Vijaya K Chandra Mouli and K Ramesh IndexPlants plays a crucial and critical role in the maintenance of global ecological balance and in the operation of carbon nitrogen oxygen and water cycles of the biosphere vital for agriculture and for the sustenance of life on earth All over the world distruction of plants is beginning to turn the ordinary seasonal weather into economic and ecological disasters The present book Plant Environment Interaction incorporates critical review articles on all major aspects of this subject in 16 chapters The authors have tried to synthesise up-to-date information which is pertinent for researchers and students alike Chapters included are High temperature stress response in crops; Response of cyanobacteria to UV radiation; Assessment of quaternary vegetation and climate of Kumaun Himalaya and Kaleidoscopic behaviour of Spirulina under different culture conditions Chapters on Plant extracts-A tool for genotoxic damage repair; An approach to identify different varieties of Mangifera indica with the help of morphological traits; Biology and economics of Prosopis cineraria; Phloem of some common ferns and Effect of human interferences on orchid diversity provide detailed information on the subject Articles on Phytoastrology A Botanical approach to astrology; Concurrent growing of green manure crops in rice; Indian Forests and Research-Past and Present; Comparative suitable nutrient solution for the growth of plants and its effect on calcium deficiency and Microbial endophytes The untapped resources for bioactive extrolites have added to the value of the book This volume will definitely serve not only as an excellent reference material but also as a guide for teachers research workers students & workers in the field of plant sciences 234 pp.

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    Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Prologue. Preface. I. Heavy metals 1. Mercury toxicity and reproduction a review/V. Ramalingam S. Panneerdoss and V. Suryavathi. 2. Prevention of beryllium induced reproductive toxicity in male mice through ethylene glyocol BIS (2 amino ethyl ether) tetraacetic acid/R. Mathur and S. Shrivastava. 3. Chromium in the environment and the effects on organisms and human beings with special emphasis on reproductive toxicity/Richa Marwari T.I. Khan and H.S. Sharma. 4. Reproductive toxicology of lead manganese and their complexes in mammals/R.V. Singh and A. Chaudhary. 5. Effect of zinc cadmium and zinc smelter effluent on metamorphosis of frog Limnonectes limnocharis/M.S. Sharma N. Chishty F. Liyaquat and D. Barber. 6. General and reproductive toxicity of cadmium an overview/A.S. Ansari and N.K. Lohiya. II. Pesticides and chemical toxicants 7. Vitamin C prevents bisphenol a induced reactive oxygen species generation in the testis of rat/K.C. Chitra and P.P. Mathur. 8. Testicular toxicity of some chemical agents/Shio Kumar Singh. 9. Induction of gonadal toxicity to femal mice after chronic exposure to dimethoate/M.P. Mahadevaswami and B.B. Kaliwal. 10. Interruption of pregnancy by a carbamate pesticide carbofuran in Albino Mice/P.N. Baligar and B.B. Kaliwal. 11. Assessment of male reproductive toxicity induced by organophosphate pesticides a review/S.C. Joshi R. Mathur A. Gajraj S. Jain N. Gulati R. Goyal P. Tibrewal B. Bansal and G.L. Bairwa. III. Environmental factors 12. Effect of environment disease and therapy on male reproductive function/Rima Dada and Kiran Kucheria. 13. Environmental factors impact on reproductive health/R.V. Bhatt. 14. Radiation response of testis and its modulation by antioxidants/A.L. Bhatia and K. Manda. IV. Plant products 15. Is it still possible to develop Gossypol as an ideal male contraceptive pill a review/M. Kumar S. Sharma and N.K. Lohiya. 16. Fertility regulation with plant products a review/P.K. Verma. A. Sharma T. Sharma V. Joshi M. Lowry N. Mathur and S.C. Joshi. 17. Oestrogenic potency of certain established dietary phytoestrogens in cell culture bio assay/J.C. Kalita D.K. Sharma and S.R. Milligan. 18. Inhibition of microbial reproduction by spilanthes acmella/D.K. Saraf. V. Reproductive health 19. Effect of depot medroxy progesterone acetate on the epididymis of Indian palm squirrel Funambulus Pennanti (Wroughton) histological and biochemical studies/M.S. Sastry and S.N. Gupta. 20. Birth control technologies for female current status/M. Kumar. 21. Male infertility more risks and challenges for ARTs/S. Mokkapati. 22. Influence of sildenafil citrate (Viagra) on Plasma profiles of male albino rat a hormonal and biochemical study/A.P. Manekar S.R. Kondulkar and P.P. Narse. Index. This book is a compilation of 22 chapters by distinguished scientists in the field of reproductive toxicology and reproductive health and offers a research oriented approach to reproductive toxicologists. The aim of the book is to put researchers engaged in different areas of research on a common platform so as to be benefited by the current state of knowledge in the field of reproductive toxicology. In order to review the explosion of scientific knowledge and progress made during recent years the contributions were intended to cover five relevant frontline areas that is heavy metals pesticides and chemical toxicants environmental factors plant products and reproductive health. In the field of heavy metals the topics on reproductive toxicity environmental and occupational hazards of mercury beryllium chromium lead manganese and their complexes zinc and cadmium have been included. In the field of pesticides and toxicants carbamate pesticides various pesticides bisphenol dimethoate chemical agents etc have been included. Besides these in other areas oestrogenic potency of some dietary phytoestrogen regulation of fertility by plant products gossypol male infertility birth control technologies for female male infertil.

  • Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents Preface. Prologue. 1. Soybean food potential and technology for its utilisation in India/Nawab Ali. 2. Postharvest management and value addition prospects and opportunities/S.M. Iilyas and R.K. Goyal. 3. Potato processing/R. Ezekiel. 4. Postharvest management/M.K. Garg. 5. Prospects of postharvest technology and value addition in pulses/R.K. Goyal and S.M. Ilyas. 6. Enhancing food and nutritional security through postharvest management and value addition in the present era of globalization/S.P.S. Guleria. 7. Drying technology/D.K. Gupta. 8. Storage of food grains/Sanjay Kumar Jain and R.C. Verma. 9. Pre cooling of horticultural produce/Satish Kumar and Mahesh Kumar. 10. Process optimization of cereal banana based ready to eat extruded snack food/K. Karthika K. Thangavel and R. Viswanathan. 11. Package for export of horticultural produce/S.C. Mandhar and G. Senthil Kumaran. 12. Machinery for raw mango processing and export of mango/S.C. Mandhar G. Senthil Kumaran A. Carolin Rathinakumari and C. Nehru. 13. Priorities for postharvest management of agriculture and allied sectors in North eastern region/K.K. Satapathy. 14. Nutri cereals value addition of coarse cereals and millets/R.C. Verma and S.K. Jain. 15. Postharvest handling and management of horticultural crops in North eastern region/D.S. Yadav and R.K. Yadav. Index. The book deals with the latest developments in postharvest operations in agriculture horticulture and vegetable crops. It includes 15 chapters on different topics contributed by the experts in their fields of specializations. The prospects and opportunities in post harvest management and value addition have been discussed taking into consideration the present global scenario. Drying being a very important postharvest operation has been explained in a separate chapter. Storage structures need special care for maintaining the quality of the produce for merchandising in off season thus have also been included in this book for the readers. Potato among vegetables and mango among fruits being significant crops their processing and packaging respectively have been keyed out for the entrepreneurs. To highlight the urgent need of value addition in the present times the separate chapter on value addition of cereals and soybean has been included. Since horticultural crops are perishable and thier chemical and enzymatic changes deteriorate the quality of the produce pre cooling techniques have been elaborated. This book with the above details would be a reference tool for the researchers planners and teachers who are engaged in the field of postharvest technology. 318 pp.

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    Hardcover. Condition: New. 1. Concept of Rivers: An Introduction for Scientific and Socioeconomic Aspects/Dhruv Sen Singh 2. Rivers in Ancient India/D.P. Tewari 3. Eternal Relation of Human Emotions and Rivers in Hindi Literature/Hemanshu Sen 4. Landscape of the Indus River/Anil Kumar and Pradeep Srivastava 5. The Ganga River: A Summary View of a Large River System of the Indian Sub-Continent/S.K. Tandon and R. Sinha 6. Ganga: The Arterial River of India/Pramod Singh, Dhruv Sen Singh and Uma Kant Shukla 7. The Brahmaputra River/Sunil Kumar Singh 8. Alakhnanda Bhagirathi River System/Sandeep Singh 9. River Ramganga: A Less Discussed Tributary of Ganga River/Ajai Mishra, Shalini Verma and Daya Shankar Singh 10. The Yamuna River: Longest Tributary of Ganga/Nishat and Dhruv Sen Singh 11. The Gomati River: Lifeline of Central Ganga Plain/Anjani K. Tangri, Dhirendra Kumar, Dhruv Sen Singh and Chetan Anand Dubey 12. Ghaghara River System Its Current Status and Value to Society/Rajiva Mohan 13. The Rapti River: Odyssey from Nepal to India/Biswajeet Thakur and Dhruv Sen Singh 14. The Chhoti Gandak River: Parinirvan Place of Gautam Buddha/Amit Kumar Awasthi, Vikram Bhardwaj, Shailendra Kumar Prajapati and Dhruv Sen Singh 15. The Son, A Vindhyan River/Chinmaya Maharana and Jayant K. Tripathi 16. The Great Gandak River: A Place of First Republic and Oldest University in the World/Dhruv Sen Singh 17. The Burhi Gandak: Most Sinuous River/Dhruv Sen Singh, Abhay Kumar Tiwari and Pawan Kumar Gautam 18. The Dynamic Kosi River and Its Tributaries/Vikrant Jain, Rakesh Kumar, Rahul Kumar Kaushal, Tanushri Gautam and S.K. Singh 19. Analysis of Mahananda River Basin Using Geospatial Data/Narendra Kumar Rana 20. Hooghly River/Prabhat Ranjan and Alagappan Ramanathan 21 Damodar River Basin: Storehouse of Indian Coal/G.C. Mondal, Abhay Kumar Singh and T.B. Singh 22. Subarnarekha River: The Gold Streak of India/Abhay Kumar Singh and Soma Giri 23. The Mahi: An Important West Flowing River of Central India/Anupam Sharma and Kamlesh Kumar 24. Narmada: The Longest Westward Flowing River of the Peninsular India/P.K. Kathal 25. Mahanadi: The Great River/Raj K. Singh and Moumita Das 26. Godavari River: Geomorphology and Socio-economic Characteristics/Md. Babar and R.D. Kaplay 27. Krishna River Basin/Anirban Das and Meet Panchal 28. Cauvery River/S. Chidambaram, A.L. Ramanathan, R. Thilagavathi and N. Ganesh 29. Trans- and Tethyan Himalayan Rivers: In Reference to Ladakh and Lahaul-Spiti, NW Himalaya/Binita Phartiyal, Randheer Singh and Debarati Nag 30. Major River Systems of Jammu and Kashmir/Aparna Shukla and Iram Ali 31. Rivers of Uttarakhand Himalaya: Impact of Floods in the Pindar and Saryu Valleys/Lalit M. Joshi, Anoop K. Singh and Bahadur S. Kotlia 32. The Major Drainage Systems in the Northeastern Region of India/Rahul Verma 33. Rivers of Mainland Gujarat: Physical Environment and Socioeconomic Perspectives/Alpa Sridhar and L.S. Chamyal 34. Purna River, Maharashtra/Ashok K. Srivastava and Vivek M. Kale 35. Saraswati River: It s Past and Present/G.S. Srivastava 36. Subansiri: Largest Tributary of Brahmaputra River, Northeast India/Manish Kumar Goyal, Shivam, Arup K. Sarma and Dhruv Sen Singh 37. Teesta River and Its Ecosystem/Manish Kumar Goyal and Uttam Puri Goswami 38. Correction to: Cauvery River/S. Chidambaram, A.L. Ramanathan, R. Thilagavathi and N. Ganesh The book presents geomorphological studies of the major river basins the Indus, Ganga and Brahmaputra and their tributaries. Besides major basins, the book explores peninsular rivers and other rivers state-by-state. All types of rivers, i.e. snow-fed, rain-fed and groundwater-fed rivers are explained together in geological framework. Rivers are lifeline and understanding of the rivers, their dynamics, science and socio-economic aspect is very important. However, different sources provide different data base for rivers. But a book which explains all major rivers of a country at a single place was not yet available.