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Pratima Trivedi (ed)

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About this Item: Deep & Deep, India. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. 1. Inequitable and imbalance social sector development and its impact on economic development in India/D.S. Awasthi. 2. Issues and policy option for health and medical services in India/B.M. Jani. 3. Political economy of social sector development in India/A.D.N. Bajpai. 4. Social sector and development/Narendra Prasad. 5. Developmental planning in the social sector: Indian context/P.C. Tiwari. 6. Bonded labour: an analytical study/V.P. Tripathi and Diwakar Khare. 7. Women literacy in rural social sector in India/T.K. Jha. 8. The impact of social sector expansion in a developing economy: with reference to Indian economy under planning/T.C. Pathak. 9. Social sector and economic development in India/ Pratima Trivedi. 10. Planning for developing countries: an egalitarian approach/Mukul Srivastava. 11. Social sector and development: India vis-a- vis SAARC countries/Harshada S. Rathod. 12. Duality and growing inequity in social sector development/S.J. Srivastava. 13. Development of human resources and social sector planning/V.P. Tripathi and Virendra Prakash. 14. Social sector and health perspective: a study/Mukulika Hitkari. 15. Social sector development and economic reforms/O.P. Shukla. Index. Seller Inventory # 554

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Syed Mashkoor Ali

Published by Creative Books, New Delhi (2001)

ISBN 10: 8186318836ISBN 13: 9788186318836

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About this Item: Creative Books, New Delhi, 2001. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. 1. Aesthetic of Indo-English political novel/Mohammad Yaseen. 2. A probe into the psyche of women in Indo-English literature/L. L. Yogi. 3. Myth in Raja Rao's Kanthapura/S. P. Swain. 4. Nayantara Sahgal's portrayal of "Koi Hai's" in her novels: foreigners in India/Attia Abid. 5. Girish Karnad's Nag-Mandala: an experiment in technique/J. D. Soni. 6. Girish Karnad's Nag-Mandala : a feminist view/Kamaluddin A. Bukhari. 7. Marriage predicament in Shashi Deshpande's That Long Silence/Nisha Trivedi.8. Treatment of man-woman relationship in Shashi Deshpande's A Matter of Silence/Shraddha Dubey. 9. Shobha De's Small Betrayals: an exploration or realism and romance/Amar Nath Prasad. 10. Midnight's Children: surreal fantasy and other forerunners/Haydn Williams. 11. Rethinking about Midnight's Children/Ramlal G. Agarwal. 12. Fantasy in Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children/Kirit V. Trivedi. 13. Culture as protagonist in Bharati Mukherjee's Wife/Pradipsinh B. Rathod. 14. Time in the novels of Amitav Ghosh and Arundhati Roy : technique as meaning/Urbashi Barat. 15. Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things : a study in suggestivity as its forte/G. D. Barche. 16. Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things: a note/L. L. Yogi. 17. The poetry of the Unsaid in Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things/Sanjay Kumar. 18. The God of Small Things : a real story/Anil S. Kapoor. 19. The God of Small Things : a tale of confrontation between Laltain and Mombatti/Amar Nath Prasad. 20. The Ascetic of Desire: an interpretation of Indian culture/Pradeep Trikha. 21. Marriage the Sommum 203 pp. Seller Inventory # 40291

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Source Wikipedia

Published by Books LLC, Wiki Series, United States (2011)

ISBN 10: 1155362187ISBN 13: 9781155362182

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About this Item: Books LLC, Wiki Series, United States, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 113. Chapters: Hemanta Kumar Mukhopadhyay, Amitabh Bachchan, Lucky Ali, A. M. Rajah, Yuvan Shankar Raja, A. R. Rahman, Mohammed Rafi, Kishore Kumar, Adnan Sami, Krishnakumar Kunnath, Sonu Nigam, S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Kamal Heer, K. J. Yesudas, Shaan, Anuj Gurwara, Karthik, Navin Kundra, Anu Malik, Amit Kumar, Ishmeet Singh Sodhi, P. Unni Krishnan, Vishal Bhardwaj, Daler Mehndi, Shankar Mahadevan, Pradip Somasundaran, Louis Banks, Ghantasala, Zubeen Garg, Manna Dey, Sukhwinder Singh, Saandip, Kalabhavan Mani, Javed Ali, M. G. Sreekumar, Ranjit Barot, Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, Kundan Lal Saigal, Suresh Wadkar, Sohail Sen, Baba Sehgal, Kailash Kher, Jayachandran, Alphons Joseph, Vijay Yesudas, Babul Supriyo, Unni Menon, Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Santidev Ghosh, Pankaj Mullick, Deepu, Bhupen Hazarika, Kaushal Inamdar, Srinivas, Madhu Balakrishnan, Sudhir Phadke, Nagaraja Rao Havaldar, Mahendra Kapoor, Sachin Gupta, Mehboob, C. S. Jayaraman, Kuldeep Manak, Jassi Sidhu, Kumar Sanu, Abhijeet Sawant, Toshi Sabri, Amit Tandon, Bhupinder Singh, Rahul Vaidya, Vashanth, Premji Amaren, Suprakash Chaki, C. Aswath, Bally Sagoo, Ganesh Hegde, Philip V. Francis, Sreevalsan J Menon, Roop Kumar Rathod, MK Balaji, Suresh Peters, Manoj Tiwari, Kshitij Wagh, Ghulam Abbas Khan, Srikanto Acharya, D. Imman, Jasbir Jassi, K. C. Dey, G. V. Atri, G. Venugopal, Kaka Bhaniawala, Anup Ghoshal, Devan Ekambaram, Ajeesh, Barry Hay, Sarbjit Singh Chadha, Raman Mahadevan, Vandemataram Srinivas, Sandeep Acharya, Sudesh Bhonsle, Kozhikode Abdul Kader, Shimoga Subbanna, Shailender Singh, Vidhu Prathap, Amit Sana, Anupam Amod, Bonnie Chakraborty, Pammi Bai, Nikhil Mathew, Master Madan, R. Paramashivan, H R Keshava Murthy. Excerpt: Aemala Manmatharaju Rajah (Telugu: Tamil: Malayalam: )(July 1, 1929 - April 8, 1989)) was a South Indian playback singer-music composer popular i. Seller Inventory # LIE9781155362182

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Ghanshyam Shah

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About this Item: Concept. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. 1. Dalits and the state: an overview/Ghanshyam Shah. 2. Ambedkar's idea of social justice/Gopal Guru. 3. Access to land by scheduled castes and scheduled tribes in India/M. Thangaraj. 4. Equity in eduction? The schooling of Dalit children in India/Geetha B. Nambissan. 5. Untouchability in rural Gujarat : revisited/Ghanshyam Shah. 6. Status of Dalits and agenda for state intervention/Harsh Mander. 7. Untouchability in urban setting : everyday social experience of ex-untouchables in Bombay/Ramesh Kamble. 8. Scavengers : still marginalised/Susan E. Chaplin. 9. The structure of stagnancy : sweepers in Ahmedabad district/Takashi Shinoda. 10. Untouchability and atrocities/P.S. Krishnan. 11. The working of the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes (prevention of atrocities) act 1989 in Gujarat/P.V. Rathod and Vijay Kumar. 12. Reservation : an insufficient condition for social transformation/S.C. Behar. 13. Competition and conflict among the Dalits : Madiga Dandora movement in Andhra Pradesh/G. Venkata Siva Reddy. 14. Administration and the poor/S.R. Sankaran. 15. Equality through legislation: social consequences of Gradual change/Nandu Ram. Index. "The Indian state under the directives of the constitution is expected to play the role of interventionist to bring social transformation. It aims at eradicating feudal hierarchical social order based on Brahminical ideology and building an egalitarian secular modern society providing all citizens social and political justice, equality, liberty and dignity of life. The Dalits, socially and economically most 396 pp. Seller Inventory # 39551

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Mohit K Ray

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About this Item: Atlantic, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Shakespeare's Marina and Perdita women or symbols/Nijukta Padhi. 2. Multiple facets of love in the plays of Kalidasa and last plays of Shakespeare/Sheela Rani Khare. 3. The Gossamer Web S.T. Coleridge's Dream Territory/N. Sharada Iyer. 4. P.B. Shelley the Dreamer of Dreams/N. Sharada Iyer. 5. The humanist element in Golding's Lord of the Flies and The Inheritors/Rudra Prasad Mahto. 6. Henry James's The American as a Critique of European Life/Ramesh Rathod. 7. Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman as a psychological tragedy/Ramesh Rathod. 8. The Bellow Hero In Quest of Life's Meaning/Deepa Vanjani. 9. From Partition to Babri Masjid a review of political motifs in Rohinton Mistry's novels/J.G. Duresh. 10. Hermann Hesse's Siddhartha a recreation of the Buddha's life/B.Y. Naik. 11. The Mystic Masseur Tragedy of exilement seen comically/Tamali Neogi. 12. Quest for Identity in V.S. Naipaul's Half a Life/D.S. Kaintura. 13. A feminist reading of A Doll's House/Farah Jamal. 14. Bertolt Brecht's The Caucasian Chalk Circle As an absurd play/Ramesh Rathod. 15. Luigi Pirandello's Six Characters in Search of an Author as an absurd play/B.Y. Naik. 16. Towards autonomy in the English teaching classroom in India/Krushna Chandra Mishra. 17. Survey of English studies in North East India defining the approaches/Krushna Chandra Mishra. Contributors. The present thirteenth volume of Studies in Literature in English contains seventeen well researched essays covering a wide range of authors and subjects across space and time. Starting with the good old Shakespeare the essays cover a number of British canonical authors including Coleridge Shelley and Golding. Across the Atlantic eminent American authors like Henry James Arthur Miller and Saul Bellow are given fresh look. Rohinton Mistry from Canada Hermann Hesse a German Nobel Laureate and Bertolt Brecht of epic theatre fame from Germany V.S. Naipaul the Nobel Laureate originally from India and Pirandello the Italian Nobel Laureate are all treated with fine critical insight. It is hoped that students scholars and general readers of English literature will find this anthology both useful and enjoyable even more than the earlier volumes of Studies in Literature in English. 180 pp. Seller Inventory # 64886

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Raj Kumar Sen,Somnath Hazra

Published by Deep & Deep Publications Pvt. Ltd. (2011)

ISBN 10: 8184503482ISBN 13: 9788184503487

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About this Item: Deep & Deep Publications Pvt. Ltd., 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Environmental Economics and Sustainable Development: Some Emerging Issues is an edited volume containing 20 selected articles from the papers contributed to the National Seminar on `Environment and Sustainable Development in India` held at Rabindra Bharati University and organized by Centre for studies on Environment and Sustainable Development (CSESD) in collaboration with CHEM, RBU. These articles are distributed over altogether 5 Sections. (1) Environment and Sustainable Economic Development: Concept and Ideas. (Authors: Pranab Kumar Chattopadhyay, V.D. Sarma and Brijes Sarma, Kumar Das and Indira Sahoo. B.D. Lobo and V.A. Mane, Janardan Konar and Pushpam Dube Harshada S. Rathod, Janardan Konar and Saniya Chawla); (2) Population, Poverty, Climate Change and Environmental Governance. (Authors: Jyoti Garg and Gurbachan K. Bhatia, G. Kavita and G. Sathish Kumar and S. Ramaswamy and K. Manikandan, Debesh Chandra Bhowmik, Md. Adbdus Salam and Md. Fakhre ala and Md. Ejaz Anwer, Bipul Malakar and Sudip jana, raj Kumar Sen and Somnath Hazra); (3) Environmental Problems and Sustainable Development: Case Studies from Assam (Author: B.K. Barooah and Ranjit Kumar Bezbaruah, Subhrabaran Das and Karobi Gogoli); (4) Economics of Forests, Tribals and Institutions. (Author: Raghubir Bista, Rajiv Panday and Sreya Majumdar); (5) FDI, Financial Management and Environment (Authors: Suvranshu Pan, Shipra Maitra). In addition there is an Overview at the begining by Raj Kumar Sen. It is expected that this book will be of interest to the researchers, teachers and policy-markers in this important area. This is also one of the pioneering publications of the CSESD, RBU. Printed Pages: 372. Seller Inventory # 26644BV

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About this Item: Medical Council on Alcoholism, London., 1975. kartoniert. Condition: Gut. 237 S., Guter Zustand / good condition. Front pages loosened. Cover faded at the edges. - Table of Contents: Foreword Sir Thomas Holmes Sellors Introduction The Editor I Alcohol in the life and health of a nation M. M. Glatt II Alcoholism Reflections of a medical officer of health A. D. C. S. Cameron . III Alcoholism A review of the international scene A. Tongue IV Alcoholism A major health problem H. D. Chalke V Understanding alcoholics Practical hints for community and family physicians F. A. Seixas VI Alcohol and the Law Celia Hensman VII Alcoholism in industry N. H. Rathod VIII Alcoholism and the general practitioner G. Mathers IX The female alcoholic A. Balfour Sclare X Alcoholism Acute and chronic physical consequences F. A. Seixas . XI Drinking among young people E. B. Ritson XII The Church, the community and Alcoholism N. Ingram Smith XIII The Alcoholic A probation officer s view J. B. Swinney XIV Alcoholism Prevention through health education A. J. Dalzell-Ward XV Alcohol education and the adolescent S. Caruana XVI Alcohol and other drugs P. A. L. Chapple XVII A regional council on Alcoholism development and function W. H. Kenyon XVIII The treatment of Alcoholism R. Long XIX Rehabilitation and after-care G. M. O Donnell XX The medical profession and AA Anon XXI A look into the future M. M. Glatt XXII The Medical Council on Alcoholism Sir Dick Caldwell XXIII Alcohol and Religion Pierre Fouquet XXIV WHO and Alcoholism Joy Moser XXV Motivation to cease drinking J. S. Madden XXVI The English drink problem M. M. Glatt XXVII Treatment and rehabilitation Alan Sippert XXVIII Alcoholism in Scotland A. Yarrow XXIX Persmality of the Alocholic Herbert Barry III XXX Alcoholism and the Family Mary O Hagan XXXI The Problem of Alcoholism in World Literature Dimitre Bratanov ISBN 902623052 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 550. Seller Inventory # 1154786

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J S Panwar; Navin Mathur and Darshana R Dave

Published by RBSA, Jaipur (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176113182ISBN 13: 9788176113182

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About this Item: RBSA, Jaipur, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Consumer Movement in India Recent developments and the task ahead/D.P.S. Verma. 2. Information technology and the consumers in the New World Economy/Parimal H. Vyas and Arpana V. Patel. 3. Consumerism Global and Indian Perspectives/Atul Dhyani. 4. Consumerism Global and Indian Perspectives/Raju M. Rathod. 5. Consumer Protection Global and Indian Perspectives/R. Satya Raju and P. Tata Reddy. 6. Higher education GATS and consequences for consumers/Yogesh C. Joshi and Darshana R. Dave. 7. Peoples participation in Consumer Movement problems and perspectives/R.P. Das G.K. Deshmukh and Sanskrity Joseph. 8. Strategies for building the Consumer Movement and increasing consumer awareness/Trilok Kumar Jain and Neeraj Anand. 9. Awareness of Consumer Laws and Rights a case study/Nitin Gupta. 10. Consumer Rights and their enforcement in India/Garima Gupta. 11. Consumer protection in India a legislative overview/A. Kumar and Bharat K. Oza. 12. Consumer Grievance Redressal in India/Deepa Sharma. 13. Awareness of Consumer Protection Measures in Andhra Pradesh/B. Raja Shekhar. 14. Research involving human subjects/Umakanta Sahoo. 15. Strategies for creating awareness and Peoples involvement/Kaneez Fatima Sadriwala. 16. Consumer in the modern era/Kapil Dev Sharma. 17. Towards Consumers enlightened leadership/Subhash Sharma. 18. Environmentalism the future perspective/H.S. Sandhu and Manisha Sachar. 19. Social responsibility of media in a free market economy/J.S. Panwar. 20. Introspection A Panacea for ethical ills of advertising in India/Navin Mathur and G.L. Gaur. 21. Misleading advertising/Rajesh S. Modi and Mayanka Sharma. 22. Advertising to twenty first century children/Milan Agnihotri. Consumer Movement started from the US and later spread to other European countries such as UK The Netherlands Norway Ireland Germany and France. Subsequently it spread to the Asian countries including Japan India and Malaysia. With the advent of competition in the market the movement gained momentum to emerge as a powerful weapon in the hands of consumers. Nevertheless consumers especially in the developing countries still need protection because they are disorganized and individually they have a very weak bargaining power. Many of them are illiterate ignorant and usually lack information to make intelligent purchases. Often they are not in a position to protect their interests while dealing with fully organized united and well informed professional sellers. Historically consumers in India remained as highly neglected and ill treated lots because markets for most essential products and services were sellers markets allowing the manufacturers and traders to keep their one up position vis a vis buyers. The plethora of Consumer Protection Laws has turned out to be a close preserve of the bureaucracy. The legal armory in this regard consists of about thirty laws meant for protecting the consumer directly or indirectly besides the statutory orders that can be enforced under the rule making power of the government at all levels. Yet the kind of protection the gullible consumer is in need of is illusive. This was precisely the reason which prompted us to organize a National Seminar on Consumer Movement in India Strategies for Peoples Involvement at the G.H. Patel Post graduate Institute of Business Management of the Sardar Patel University Vallabh Vidyanagar. The seminar was funded by the UGC under the Departmental Research Support (DRS) Scheme. The papers presented at the Seminar related to four themes 1. Consumer Rights Global v/s Indian Perspectives. 2. Violation of Consumer Rights and Remedial Measures under the Consumer Protection Act (CPA). 3. Strategies for Creating Awareness and Peoples Involvement. 4. Other related issues (advertising ethics environment etc.). The book is a humble attempt to fill in the gap for good reference material on Consumer Movement in India and abroad. 224 pp. Seller Inventory # 66011

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Prankrishna Pal

Published by Regal Pub, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8189915924ISBN 13: 9788189915926

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About this Item: Regal Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. List of contributors. I. Theoretical issues 1. Growth promoting character of international trade and the importance of regional cooperation/Asis Das Gupta. 2. Adverse role in economic integration/Dipika Basu and D.P. Pal. 3. Regional integration some theoretical issues/Debendra Narayan Bhattacharyya. 4. Need for regional economic cooperation/Kishore Kumar Roy Choudhury. II. Asian countries 5. Regional economic cooperation the South Asian perspective/Alok K. Bhaumik. 6. Environmental cooperation between India and her neighbouring countries/Raj Kumar Sen and Somnath Hazra. 7. Current status of regional cooperation and prospects for Asian Economic Integration/K.G. Suresh Kumar. 8. Towards an Asian Economic Community issues and prospects/Puspa Tarafdar. 9. Asian Economic Community the boon for Asian region and global connectivity/M.G. Basava Raja and K.S. Rajashekara. 10. India and the ASEAN Regional Forum/G.M. Bhat and Shabir Ahmad Podder. 11. Development of Indo ASEAN relation towards Regional Economic Cooperation/Avijit Mandal. 12. Economic cooperation and Intra Industry Trade in South Asia/S.V. Sowani. 13. Global economy shifting towards China and India/Harshada S. Rathod. 14. India China Economic Cooperation/Gopal Krishna Pal. 15. India's Foreign Trade and Regional Economic Cooperation/N. Manomoney and A. Gopalakrishnan. 16. Regional Cooperation and Indian Economy/Dhirendra Nath Konar. 17. India International Regional Cooperation and exchange rate mechanism/Debesh Bhowmik. Index. Economic Cooperation and Asian Countries is an edited volume based on papers presented at a UGC sponsored seminar organised by the Department of Economics Rabindra Bharati University Kolkata and invited papers from the distinguished scholars. Thematically these papers are arranged into two sections. The book contain an editorial introduction. Economic cooperation among the countries/regions is going on in various fields. It is expected that the book will be useful to academicians researchers and general readers interested in regional/international economics in the context of economic cooperation. 230 pp. Seller Inventory # 68196

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Mahesh Bhargava and Saroj Aurora

Published by H P Bhargava Book House, Agra (2005)

ISBN 10: 8189442082ISBN 13: 9788189442088

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About this Item: H P Bhargava Book House, Agra, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents I. Introduction 1. Some erroneous beliefs of parents about their children/L.B. Tripati. 2. Theoretical perspectives on parenting an overview/Neeti Sachdeva and Girishwar Misra. 3. Rohner's theory of parental acceptance rejection/Rekha Baxy and Mahesh Bhargava. 4. An overview of personality researches on parentally rejected children/Mahesh Bhargava and Indu Bansal. 5. Measures related to parental behaviour in Indian context/Vibha Sharma Vivek Bhargava and Babita Gupta. II. Perceived parental behaviour 6. Perceived parental behaviour and acculturation/Rakesh V. Srivastava. 7. Perceived parental behaviour and repression sensitization tendency/Neetu Purohit and Manju Mehta. 8. Perceived parenting pattern and emotional competencies among adolescents/Gul Mathur and Praachi Sharma. 9. Perceived child rearing attitudes and social class differences/Shailendra Kumar Oja and Purushottam Kumar. 10. Perception of parenting styles and emotional maturity/Anand Pyari Raj Kumar Kalra and Poonam Bhasin. 11. Perceived parental disciplinary practices and attitudes towards parental discipline/V.P. Tripathi Yogesh Kapoor and Sudhakar Dwivedi. 12. Parental perception of personal authority and adolescents autonomy/Loveleen Batra and Satinderjit Kaur Thind. III. Socio personal dynamics of parenting 13. Parenting a step towards socialization/R.L. Bharadwaj. 14. Role of family climate in quality of mothering behaviour/Saroj Aurora and Anju Singh. 15. Maternal involvement in working and non working families/Shalini N. Singh and Shakuntla Punia. 16. Socio personal variables as related to emotional intelligence in authoritative parenting style/Uma M. and Uma Devi L. 17. Socio personal variables as selected to emotional intelligence in permissive parenting style/Uma M. and Uma Devi L. IV. Psychological dynamics of parenting 18. Effective parenthood for the optimum development of the children/S.P. Rahagir. 19. Parent's initiative for creative development and growth central education of children/Rajshree Bhargava and Rakhi Bhargava. 20. Parental behaviour and persisting Oedipus and electra complex/Sarita Saini and Tejpreet Kaur Kang. 21. Prerogative of parents about their children educational choices/Archana Dubey and M. Buddisagar Rathod. 22. Parental acceptance rejection and vocational and educational preferences/Nasreen Rahman Seikh and Usha Krishan. 23. Personal values as correlates of parental acceptance rejection/Alpna Kakkar. 24. Personality characteristics of parently accepted and rejected children/Mahesh Bhargava and Ravi Sidhu. 25. Parental acceptance rejection and child's personality/Rekhi Baxy. 26. Personality similarities of mothers and their children under the conditions of acceptance rejection/Ravi Sidhu. 27. Attitude is of adolescents towards planned parenthood/Mukta Garg and Tatheer Fatma. V. Clinical intervention in parenting 28. Problems related with single parenthood/Ravi Sidhu. 29. Parental attitude and mental retardation/Lutfan Rasul Saikia. 30. Dysfunctional parenting and childhood problem/Uday K. Sinha and Vibha Sharma. 31. Parent child interaction as determinant of behavioural deviance/Hassen Taj. 32. Parenting and children's aggression I/Sangeeta Trama and Sunil Saini. 33. Parenting and children's aggression II/Sangeeta Trama and Sunil Saini. VI. Parental education 34. Providing psychological environment and inculcating Sanskars among children a sole responsibility of parents/Mahesh Bhargava. 35. Skillful parenting rearing style a strategy for sound child development/Praveen Kumar Jha and Vivek Bhargava. 36. Parental training for child rearing practices/Nov Ratan Sharma Sushma Sharma A.S. Sethi and Amrita Yadav. 37. Parental education in breast feeding and weaning practices/Praveen Devgan. 38. Education moral value to parents/Sandhya Verma and J.C. Ajwani. 39. Effect of intervention on maternal stimulation/Anju Manocha and Darshan Narang. 40. Impact of intervention programme on mother's knowledge regarding infant care and re. Seller Inventory # 56344

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V S Rathod

Published by Book Enclave, Jaipur (2007)

ISBN 10: 8181521536ISBN 13: 9788181521538

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About this Item: Book Enclave, Jaipur, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. The problem method. 2. The project. 3. Motives. 4. The doctrine of interest. 5. The school subject taught through interests. 6. The development of a natural interest. 7. The selection and emphasis of subject matter. 8. Selection and evaluation in English. 9. Selection in Arithmetic spelling and writing. 10. Methods which foster health. 11. Less sedentary practices and methods. 12. The individual social balance. 13. Methods of adjusting school work to individual needs. 14. The socialization of instruction. Our chief concern is not for school subjects in these days of progress it is for children. There was a time when children were not considered and the teacher taught arithmetic grammer or spelling. Today these subjects are taught better than ever before because they are seen in their true values as so many different means of developing boys and girls. No teacher has the modern viewpoint unless he regards his problem as one of properly meeting and dealing with human beings rather than one of subject matter. He does not ignore the latter but he makes it secondary to the former. This book is useful not only to the academicians educationist researchers and libraries but to lay readers also. 256 pp. Seller Inventory # 63014

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Raj Kumar Sen

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8176296686ISBN 13: 9788176296687

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction/Raj Kumar Sen. I. Social sector development in India general issues 1. Social sectors and economic development/K. Seeta Prabhu. 2. Trends in social sectors in developing countries/Asok Basu. 3. Service sector experiences of SAARC countries/Harshada S. Rathod. 4. Expansion of social sector and economic development/T.C. Pathak. 5. Social sector and economic growth/Pratima Trivedi. 6. Budgetary expenditure on the social sector/S. Sudhakar and A.G. Moss. 7. Developmental planning in the social sectors/P.C. Tiwari. 8. Second generation economic reforms and social sector/G.M. Bhat. II. Social sector development in India human development and human capital formation 9. Inter state comparison of human development/Naseem A. Zaidi and Md. Abdus Salam. 10. Social sector and development in Assam/Runumi Dowerah Baruah. 11. Reproducing human capital/Bipul Malakar and Tapa Roy. 12. Education and health sectors/P. Ambiga Devi. 13. Education and health sectors in Orissa/Eswar Rao Patnaik. III. Social sector development in India education 14. Social sector educational development/Narendra Prasad. 15. Public expenditure on education and economic reforms/Keya Sengupta. 16. Social sector expenditures on education/Nighat Ahmad. 17. Social sectors in Himachal Pradesh education/Jai Singh Parmar. 18. Women literacy in rural India/Tara Kant Jha. 19. Gender disparity in literacy status of Tamil Nadu/G. Ramathilagam. IV. Social sector development in India health 20. Economic development and social sector utilisation of public health opportunities/Bela Seth. 21. Health status and Indian development/P. Arumugam. 22. Family welfare measures in Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry/R. Arunachalam. V. Social sector development infrastructure peace 23. Peace as a component of social infrastructure/Pradeep Singh and Shivalli Malhotra. Index. Social sector development in India is an addition to the series of titles arising out of IEA theme wise conference/seminar papers. This volume is a collection of 23 papers contributed for the IEA conference at Gwalior. The articles are divided in five parts relating to the theme. Human development and human capital formation development of education and health sectors peace as a component of social infrastructure and others are the main areas highlighted by these articles. An overview of these articles are available from the editorial introduction by Raj Kumar Sen. 329 pp. Seller Inventory # 54968

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Vibhuti Patel and Manisha Karne

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About this Item: Gyan, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Acknowledgements. 1. Introduction. I. Eradication of poverty and hunger 2. Battle against poverty some reflections on agrarian economy/Vinayak S. Deshpande. 3. Urban poverty management in India with special reference to Micro finance to urban poor in Mumbai/G.Y. Shitole. 4. Eliminating poverty making globalisation work for the poor/Anjali Masarguppi. 5. Poverty alleviation a case study of Tamil Nadu/Harshada Rathod. II. Achievement of universal primary education 6. MDG 2 Achieving universal primary education/Sangita Kamdar. 7. Universal primary education goal and reality/K.S. Ingole. 8. Primary education in India/S.S. Captan and Lata S. Moorthy. III. Promotion of gender equality and empowerment 9. Promotion of gender equality and empowerment of women/Vibhuti Patel. 10. Empowering rural women with technology/Chetna V. Sinha and Amy E. Bean. 11. Women's empowerment budget as a tool to deal with the gender gap/Prashant Raymus. 12. Gender equality and Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)/Kamayani Bali Mahabal. 13. Women's empowerment through micro credit (with special reference to Nanded District)/G.S. Yelne. IV. Reduction of child mortality improvement of maternal health combat HIV/AIDS Malaria T.B 14. Macroeconomics public health and MDGs/Ravi Duggal. 15. A need to re emphasize the role of public healthcare in India/Manisha Karne. 16. Children infected and affected with HIV/AIDS/Rita Sonawat. 17. Combat HIV/AIDS Malaria T.B./Elvis Thomas. 18. Combat HIV/AIDS the millennium development goal/Vaijayanta Anand. V. Ensure environmental sustainability and develop a global partnership for development 19. Ensuring environmental sustainability/Veena Devasthali. 20. Environmental entrepreneurship programme for urban poor women/Jyoti Mhapsekar. 21. Develop a global partnership for development/Vibhuti Patel. 22. The emerging issues from the seminar/Leni Chaudhuri. Index. The Millennium Development Goals commit the international community to an expanded vision of development one that vigorously promotes human development as the key to sustaining social and economic progress in all countries and recognizes the importance of creating a global partnership for development. It is important to examine MDGs in the context of macro economic framework. The millennium development goals (MDGs) are Eradication of poverty and hunger achievement of universal primary education promotion of gender equality and empowerment reduction of child mortality improvement of maternal health combat HIV/AIDS Malaria T.B. Ensure environmental sustainability and develop a global partnership for development. The goals have been commonly accepted as a framework for measuring development progress. Achieving the MDGs by 2015 will require more focus on development outcomes and less on inputs to effectively measure national progress towards meeting the MDGs and to engage even more closely with our partners in helping governments improve human development. The Millennium development goals are parameters for measuring the economic progress of any country. The goals establish yardsticks for measuring results not just for developing countries but also for rich countries. As these developing countries fund development programs and also for the multilateral institutions that help countries implement them. The first seven goals are mutually reinforcing and are directed at reducing poverty in all its forms. All countries will benefit if trade barriers are lowered allowing a freer exchange of goods and services through liberalized macro economic policies. 342 pp. Seller Inventory # 62103

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About this Item: APH, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents 1. Glimpses of poverty/V.R. Vidyarthi. 2. A policy framework for poverty alleviation and sustainable development/A.K. Agarwal. 3. Linkage between poverty and sustainable development with reference to India/Narendra Prasad. 4. Dimensions of poverty in India an analysis/Vipla Chopra. 5. Global incidence of poverty/Sita Ram Singh. 6. Strategies of poverty alleviation in India/S.V. Sowani. 7. Poverty eradication a case study of developing countries/Harshada S. Rathod. 8. Poverty and sustainable development/Prakash S. Kamble. 9. Globalisation unemployment poverty and regional disparities/I. Satya Sundaram. 10. Reforms agriculture and rural poverty in India a policy perspective/A.K. Agarwal. 11. I.R.D.P. a critical review/P.S. Kamble. 12. Globalisation and poverty the world panorama/Ram Naresh Thakur. 13. Poverty and sustainable development/V.M.S. Perumal. 14. Human development and progress/Ram Naresh Thakur. 15. Incidence of poverty in among tribals a study of Srikakulam District in Andhra Pradesh/A. Sailaja Devi and M. Sundara Rao. 16. Incidence of poverty in India/S. Lakshmi. 17. Glimpses of human development and poverty Indian perspective/Harindra Kishor Mishra. 18. Poverty and its impact on environment/Leena Singh. 19. Incidence and measurement of poverty on India/G.M. Bhat. 20. Biodiversity conservation in poverty alleviation perspectives with reference to Bihar/Anil Kumar M.P. Srivastava and B.K. Dey. 21. Nutrition and poverty global perspective/Mohan Prasad Shrivastava Jai Shankar Singh and K.K. Sinha. 22. Poverty alleviation and sustainable development during post globalisation/M.K. Parsed Hinanm Shahkar and Anju Sinha. 23. Poverty and environment sustainability in India and economic analysis/Md. Abdus Salam. 24. Poverty profile of Bihar some indicators and non economic factors/Kamesh Kumar Priti Kashyap and Nivedita Dhir. Index. Poverty is a peculiar multidimensional global phenomenon. Global poverty is a simple largest challenge to sustainable development. It is a great moral and social challenge. Though poverty is a widespread phenomenon of LDCs as well as developed nations its nature and magnitude are not identical. More than a period of economic reform including globalisation liberalisation marketization and technological innovation has not shown satisfactory outcome in eradication of poverty especially in India. This book with a comprehensive collection of thought provoking articles contributed by eminent scholars provides a most authoritative assessment of poverty alleviation. This carefully assembled collection is an important set of readings of the study for those who want to keep abreast of cutting edge research on the various dimensions of poverty in the third world particularly in India. This edited volume deals with issues related to up to date survey and analysis in the field of alleviation of poverty and sustainable development. It also explores the challenges and opportunities raised by this and examines current status of future directions of model based systems in decision support and their implications to sustainable development planning and poverty alleviation. 328 pp. Seller Inventory # 54291

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Edited by Virendra Kumar, Jaspal Singh and S.R. Bhakar

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About this Item: Himanshu, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Verification of drainage design criteria/I. Srikanth and M.S. Shirahatti. 2. Surface drainage coefficient for Tarai of Kumaun Region of Uttaranchal State/Wondifraw Teshome and Yogendra Kumar. 3. Drainage studies for soybean in vertisols/Ramadhar Singh, Ravi Kishore and R.M. Singh. 4. Influence of sub-surface drainage on soybean crop production/Ramdhar Singh, Ravi Kishore, K.V. Ramana Rao and R.M. Singh. 5. Evaluation of irrigation practices under farmers' fields through modeling approach/Rajinder Singh, Joginder Singh and Sanjay Poonia. 6. Effect of drip irrigation and mulching on Okra Crop in calcareous soil of North Bihar/R. Suresh and A.P. Mishra. 7. Effect of drip lateral spacing and crop geometry on yield and quality of tomato under drip irrigation/B.C. Thakur and R.S. Spehia. 8. On farm study of leveling effect in rice and wheat crop in Uttaranchal Terai/Radhey Shyam. 9. Vanita Jha and Jodh Pal Singh. 10. Evaluation of border irrigation system in medium textured soil/Harish Chandra and B.P. Yadav. 11. Probabilistic irrigation water requirement of major crops of Udham Singh Nagar District of Uttaranchal State/Yogendra Kumar, Jitendra Kumar Singh and Shashi Kiran. 12. Estimation of crop water requirement for different field and vegetable crops in Bhopal region/D.M. Bhandarkar, S.S. Dhakad, K.S. Reddy and R. Singh. 13. Hydraulics of water flow under surge irrigation in vertisol/K.S. Reddy, R.M. Singh, D.K. Singh, K.V.R. Rao and D.M. Bhandarkar. 14. Surface drainage solution to waterlogging in coastal area - a case study/N. Sahoo, H.N. Verma, S.K. Jena, P. Nanda and D. Sahoo. 15. Development and evaluation of micro drip irrigation system in farmer's field/R.K. Sahu and Vimal Navin Rao. 16. Evaluation of drip irrigation and plastic mulching on papaya cultivation/Vinay K. Pandey, H.G. Sharma and N. Agrawal. 17. Importance and applicability of filters for different quality of irrigation water - a review/A. Upadhyaya, A.K. Singh, M.K. Roy and S.R. Singh. 18. Infiltration under surge irrigation to furrows/R. Ravi Babu, T.B.S. Rajput and A.K. Bhattacharya. 19. Management of irrigation to cashew plantation through drip irrigation/S.T. Ingle, M.R. More, D.S. Narvankar and P.P. Bhor. 20. Estimation of reference evapotranspiration under the sub-humid climatic conditions of Rajasthan/S.R. Bhakar and Raj Vir Singh. 21. Studies of discharge performance of different types of emitters used in Drip irrigation/K.N. Sharma, P. Ghosh and P.C. Pradhan. 22. Evaluation of drain spacing equations in Indira Gandhi Canal Command/Rohitashw Kumar, S.R. Bhakar, R.V. Singh and Virendra Kumar. 23. RS and GIS approach for evaluation of irrigation status/R.K. Nema, Nitin Dubey and M.K. Awasthi. 24. Leaching losses from nitrogenous fertilizer under paddy wheat rotation in Punjab/J.K. Chawla, K.G. Singh and D.S. Taneja. 25. A model for predicting nitrate movement and leaching losses under wetland moisture regime/K.G. Singh and S.K. Sondhi. 26. Effect of water salinity on tomato under drip irrigation/P.N. Agrawal, R.C. Purohit and Jaspal Singh. 27. Socio-economic and technological consequences attributed to adoption of micro-irrigation systems in Maharashtra/S.M. Taley, R.S. Patode and M.N. Pawade. 28. Irrigation scheduling for onion under micro-sprinkler method of irrigation/S.D. Gorantiwar, U.S. Kadam, S.A. Kadam, S.D. Rathod and H.M. Patil. 29. On uniformity in micro-sprinkler irrigation system/S.A. Kadam, U.S. Kadam, S.D. Gorantiwar, R.S. Dhotre and S.M. Patil. 30. Determination of drainage coefficient based on crops tolerance to waterlogging for Udaipur Region/Amit Kumar, Devesh Sharma, Mahesh Kothari and Virendra Kumar. 31. Effect of different moisture regimes on yield potential of Onion (allium cepa l.) under micro-sprinkler irrigation system/U.S. Kadam, S.D. Gorantiwar, S.A. Kadam, G.B. Gurav and H.M. Patil. 32. Effect of drip irrigation and mulching on tomato crop in calcareous soil of North Bihar/R. Suresh and A.P. Mishra. 33. Developme. Seller Inventory # 58747

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edited by R.P. Shukla, R.S. Mishra, Abhishek Dutt Tripathi, Ashok Kumar Yadav, Manju Tiwari and Raghvendra Raman Mishra

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About this Item: Bharti Publications, 2017. 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. Seller Inventory # 126588

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M G Sreekumar; T Sunitha; P Sreejaya and Ashok Pathak

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About this Item: Ess Ess, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Convention theme/M.G. Sreekumar. 2. Technology based knowledge management developments threats and opportunities for libraries (concept briefing)/T.A.V. Murthy. 3. Information systems for knowledge enterprises (concept briefing)/K.R. Srivathsan. 4. Knowledge management in libraries designing proposal for implementation/P.R. Goswami and M.M.L. Goyal. 5. Digital library initiatives and issues in India efforts on scholarly knowledge management/M.G. Sreekumar and P. Sreejaya. 6. Gladiator cutting edge web service technology to the Indian universities/T.A.V. Murthy K. Manoj Kumar and Ankit M. Shah. 7. Structural and conceptual changes in the information landscape the new challenge for information professionals/Saji Gopinath. 8. Knowledge management strategies for effectively managing libraries/H. Anil Kumar. 9. Library capacity building through e journal consortia the Indian scenario/M.G. Sreekumar and T. Sunitha. 10. Approach for accessing and retrieval of digital information system a model/Nataraj B. Vibhuti. 11. Library consortia in India a successful way/Rajesh Kumar. 12. Electronic information retrieval system Digital Library of National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research/Shivendra Singh and Anurag Sharma. 13. Digital information services in an undergraduate management college/Meeta Rathod. 14. Knowledge management strategy technology and application/Biswajit Saha. 15. Music library management in knowledge society/L. Nithin. 16. Competencies and challenges for information professionals in promoting and supporting of digital information services to user community in Bangladesh/Md. Shiful Islam. 17. Computerisation of library functions and services at IMCC Pune/Meenal Oak. 18. Knowledge sharing a key for KM success/Appasaheb Naikal and Ramesh Paloti. 19. Managing change in the new knowledge economy with redefined competency with special reference to academic libraries/Saramma Shaji. 20. Managing knowledge for knowledge society a proving ground for digital libraries/V. Ravi Nandhan N. Girish Kumar and A.S. Gangadharesha. 21. Digital reference services in the virtual world/A.S. Gangadharesha T. Tejaswini M. Surulinathi and V. Ravinandhan. 22. Problems and perspectives of knowledge management in libraries/G. Thamaraiselvi and K. Kaliammal. 23. Knowledge management strategies for managing knowledge in the digital age/G.T. Mahesh. 24. Marketing of library and information center's products and services planning techniques and strategies/K.S. Sivakumaren T. Elanchezhiyan and B. Jeyapragash. 25. Knowledge management and knowledge repositories role of management libraries/Kaladhar Arnepalli. 26. Emerging confront for library and information professionals in knowledge management era/K. Vinitha S. Kantimathi and K. Tharani Devi. 27. Establishing an integrated and interactive videoconferencing facility at the library of IIM Lucknow/Roshan Lal Raina. 28. Digital libraries in knowledge management opportunities for management libraries/V. Sivaraman. 29. Multimedia content development for new generation libraries/Ashok Pathak. 30. Digital collection development in J.R.D. Tata Memoral Library at Indian Institute of Science/M. Surulinathi A.S. Gangadharesha and T. Tejaswini. 31. Web mining for knowledge resource centres (libraries)/B. Sivakumar R. Sujatha R. Solaimalai and K. Rajkumar. 32. Knowledge organization in digital libraries using rough set theory/B. Kannan and Veerankutty Chelatayakkot. 33. An integrated model for digitization of information resources/Kapil Mohan Garg Mahesh Singh Rana and A.M. Sherry. 34. Managing digital library/Babita Garg. 35. Friend agent a novel scheme for information retrieval/R. Bhaskaran and K. Vinitha. 36. Digital archives design and development/K.R. Mulla A.S. Shivakumar Chikkamallaiah and M. Chandrashekara. 37. Text mining for information retrieval/Jyothiprakash. 38. Institutional repositories a new paradigm to sharing information/Gayatri Doctor. 39. Organizing for digital archivin. Seller Inventory # 59036

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M Daniel; Arun Arya and Vinay M Raole

Published by Scientific, Jodhpur (2007)

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About this Item: Scientific, Jodhpur, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Herbal technology concepts and prospects/M. Daniel. A. Medicinal Plants 2. Phytotechnology value addition to biodiversity through chemoprospection/A. Banerji. 3. Medicinal plants mentioned in Atharva Veda/Arun Arya. 4. Korku uses of some lesser known monocotyledonous ethnomedicinal plants of Melghat (Dist. Amravati)/Prabha Y. Bhogaonkar and Vinod D. Devarkar. 5. Medico botanical survey of Vanaspatibet of Wadwal Nagnath/S.D. Biradar S. Modak and P.N. Kanthale. 6. Observations on ethnomedicinal plants of Danta Forest in North Gujarat/K.C. Patel and A.S. Reddy. 7. Conservation through propagation of the state flower Sassurea obvallata an under explored medicinal herb of Uttaranchal/Mitali Joshi and Uppendra Dhar. 8. Medicinal mushrooms for healthy life/Arun Arya and Chtra Arya. 9. Cultivation of Reishi mushroom [Ganoderma Lucidum (Layes) Karst]/Chitra Arya. 10. Micromorphological characters as biomarkers for some of the medicinal plants of Gujarat/Dipa Gohil Vinay M. Raole and M. Daniel. 11. Pharmacognostic and phytochemical analysis of Ficus benghalensis Linn. and Ficus religiosa Linn./Richa Pandey and M. Daniel. 12. Pharmacognostic and phytochemical studies on Woodfordia floribunda Salisb. and Lagerstroemia flos reginae Retz/Elizabeth M. Daniel Susy Albert and M. Daniel. 13. Studies on the pharmacognosy and phytochemistry of one of the Balas Sida veronicafolia Lam./Anamika Kumari and M. Daniel. 14. Pharmacognostic and phytochemical studies on Euphorbia thymifolia Linn. and E. hirta Linn./Sallykutty Thomas and M. Daniel. 15. Silica bodies as biomarkers of a few medicinal plants of the Poacea/Priya V. Nair and M. Daniel. 16. Studies on the biomarkers of Ammania baccifera Linn. and Lawsonia inermis Linn./Elizabeth M. Daniel Susy Albert and M. Daniel. 17. Studies on the pharmacognosy and hypoglycemic activity of Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam./R. Remya and M. Daniel. 18. Effect of Cassia alata Linn. leaf extract on anti oxidant enzymes in normal and streptozotocin induced diabetic rats/R. Remya S. Sathya and A. Prakasam. 19. Studies on pharmacognosy and phytochemistry of Jatropha curcas Linn and Jatropha gossypifolia Linn./Sallykutty Thomas and M. Daniel. 20. TLC screening of in vitro produced phytosterols of Clerodendrum phlomidis L./Zankhana Rathod Monika Christian and O.P. Saxena. 21. In vitro produced flavonoids of Boerhavia diffusa Linn./Monika Christian Zankhana Rathod and O.P. Saxena. 22. Curing of plasmid mediated vancomycin resistance in Staphylococcus aureus using herbal naphthoquinones/Sheetal Jahagirdar and P.K. Dhakephalkar. B. Natural Dyes 23. Rohira (Tecomella Undulata) leaves a new source of dye for cotton and silk fabric/Sabra Qureshi and Inderpal Rai. 24. Dyeing of cotton fabric with Katha and Ravenchi Wood/Anjali Karolia and Falguni Patel. 25. Dyeing of cotton with Bixa orellana Linn. seeds/E.M. Dedhia. 26. Dyeing of cotton silk and wool yarns by babool (Prosopis juliflora) flowers/Vijaya Lunia and Shelly Arora. 27. Fermentation process in dyeing cotton and silk fabrics with banana peel (Musa Paradisiaca Var. Sapientum)/Inderpal Rai and Santosh Soni. 28. Application and evaluation of micro encapsulated perfumes on three textile fabrics/Deepa Rathi and Misty Rao. 29. Medicinal herbs for dyeing normal and grey hair/Shehnaz Y. Qureshi. C. Biopesticides 30. Biocontrol agents and their interaction with agricultural crops/Dolly Kumar and Bhumika Naidu. 31. Control of toxicogenic fungi by essential oil from pericarp of Citrus/Neeta Sharma and Abhishek Tripathi. 32. Antifungal activity of floral extracts of Calotropis Procera and Mimusops Elengi/Vishal K. Muliya and Arun Arya. D. Biofertilisers 33. Marine algae as a biofertiliser/Neelam Pereira Verecar X.N. and V.K. Dhargalkar. 34. Efficacy of biofertilisers with nitrogen levels on productivity of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)/H.P. Ponkia K.H. Ribadia and D.R. Gondalia. 35. Yield potential of BGA biofertilisers for paddy crop/S.N. Nandan K.B. Thakre and. Seller Inventory # 64559

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Dilipkumar A. Chavda, V.N. Chavda, P.J. Rathod

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D Prasad and Amerika Singh

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About this Item: Akansha, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Conservation of natural enemies of crop pests in different agroecosystems/R.K. Tanwar O.M. Bambawale and Amerika Singh. 2. Recent trends in utilization of sex pheromones in insect pest management/A.J. Tamhankar. 3. Status scope and issues in effective utilization of Bt transgenic cotton in India/Amerika Singh O.M. Bambawale O.P. Sharma and R.K. Tanwar. 4. Current trends in use of molecular and novel approaches in plant disease management/P.K. Chakrabarty and O.M. Bambawale. 5. Systemic acquired resistance a defence mechanism in plants against biotic stress/Pankaj and Rakesh Kumar. 6. Induced resistance v/s biological control against plant pathogens/Pratibha Sharma. 7. Breeding for powdery mildew resistance in pea (pisum sativum L.) a review/R.R. Sharma and V.R. Anil Kumar. 8. The impact of climatic change on pests and diseases and strategies for their management/H. Pathak A.K. Ganguly S. Chander and P. Sinha. 9. Systems analysis and its application in pest management/Subhash Chander Naveen Kalra H.K. Rai and A.K. Sharma. 10. Mass production of insect pathogens of biological control/O.M. Bambawale Nasim Ahmad U.R. Sangle and A.A. Jafri. 11. Technology for commercial production of biological control agents/Pradyumn Kumar R.K. Sharma and Parmod Siwach. 12. Helicoverpa (Heliothis) and botanical pesticides an overview/Nutan Kaushik and Vanit Kathuria. 13. Entomopathogenic nematodes in integrated pest management/Sudershan Ganguly Vishal S. Somvanshi and K.S. Rathour. 14. Microbes in weed control/J.S. Bedi and Beant B. Singh. 15. Eco friendly approaches for weed management/N.T. Yaduraju and J.S. Mishra. 16. Fungal biocontrol of plant parasitic nematodes/D. Prasad and Archana Mittal. 17. Management strategies for control of plant parasitic nematodes/Archana Mittal and D. Prasad. 18. Principles and practices of rodent pest management/R.S. Tripathi and V. Chaudhary. 19. Management strategies for white grubs in agri horticultural crops/C.P.S. Yadava. 20. Ecofriendly management strategies for bacterial diseases of vegetable crops/K.K. Pandey and P.K. Pandey. 21. Biological control as a component in IPM of fruit crop pests in India/V.M. Pawar M.B. Sarkate and P.S. Borikar. 22. Pest management of horticultural crops under arid and semi arid regions/B.G Bagle. 23. Present status and management of pests and diseases of temperate fruits in Indian Himalayas/S.S. Singh U.S. Singh and N.C. Nainwal. 24. Integrated management of insect pests fungal and viral diseases of banana/B. Padmanaban R. Selvarajan R. Thangavelu and S. Sathiamoorthy. 25. Advances in the diagnosis and management of orchid viruses/T.K. Bag. 26. Management strategies for common plant diseases of cold arid region of Ladakh/H.V. Singh. 27. Integrated pest management in cotton/B.B. Bhosle Mukesh Seghgal N.R. Patange and K.S. Rathod. 28. IPM in rice ecosystem/D.K. Garg M.D. Jeswani and Mahesh Pathak. 29. Eco friendly management of insect pests of pulse crops in India/Ram Ujagir. 30. Eco friendly insect pest management in sugarcane/H.R. Sardana. 31. Integrated insect pest management in major crops of Andhra Pradesh/K. Manjula. 32. Alternatives to methyl bromide for post harvest treatment of fresh agricultural produce/R.D. Gautam. 33. IPR issues in Indian agriculture/A.K. Ganguly Vikas Kanwar and D. Prasad. Index. Plant protection is a major sub sector of agriculture which attempts to reduce the losses due to insect pests diseases nematodes and weeds have also limited the production and productivity of economic of important crops. A large number of noxious pests attack all parts of plant resulting into a lot of quality produce. This book uniquely combines all the subjects of plant protection and discusses the scope and methodology for increasing the production potentials of various crops. In all 33 chapters written by various scientists who are experts in their field of plant protection have been included. Right blend of improved technologies and effecti. Seller Inventory # 53095

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P C Trivedi

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About this Item: Pointer, Jaipur, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Contributors. 1. Genetic modification in plants a biotechnological scenario/Saji Menon Sampat Nehra and P.C. Trivedi. 2. In vitro regeneration genetic transformation and biotechnological applications to grain legumes an assessment/C.C. Giri and G. Vijaya Laxmi. 3. Genetic transformation in leguminous crops a review of progress and possibilities/Suchita Kamble Shivani Indurkar and Susan Eapen. 4. Role of biotechnology in ornamental crops/P.E. Rajasekharan. 5. Molecular breeding and genetic engineering for major Abiotic stresses tolerance in crop plants/Bidhan Roy A.K. Basu and C.P. Suresh. 6. Molecular markers in plant genome analysis/Sebastian Vadakan and R. Bagavathi Subramanian. 7. Framing the future transgenic technology the emerging era of biotechnology/V. Verma S.K. Gautam M. Kumar D. Mohania and M.S. Chauhan. 8. Molecular markers for assessing genetic diversity with special reference to Coconut Palm (Cocos nucifera L.)/R. Manimekalai and P.M. Kumaran. 9. Micropropagation of Prosopis cineraria a multipurpose tree of Arid Zone/Raj Bhansali. 10. Callusing response and direct in vitro regeneration of nodal explants of Zanthoxylum alatum Roxb. an important medicinal plant of Himalayas/N.S. Bisht and Snehlata Bhandari. 11. In vivo and in vitro comparison of bioactive substances from Bacopa monnieri Centella asiatica and Convolvulus pluricaulis related to memory improvement/O.P. Saxena Santoshkumar Singh and Zankhana Rathod. 12. In vitro propagation and conservation of Pogostemon cablin A North East Indian perspective/Pratibha Sharma and C.M. Sarma. 13. Microfluidics/Mamta Raghav. 14. Tannase a versatile enzyme for future biotechnology/Manjit Anita Yadav Sonia Ahlawat and Jitender Sharma. 15. Bioplastics biotechnological solution for undergradable plastic waste/Saurabh S. Dhiman Bindu Battan and Jitender Sharma. 16. Peptide Nucleic Acid Prospects of 21 century/Sonia Ahlawat R.P. Mandhan Jitender Sharma Manjit and Rakesh Kumar. 17. Genetic engineering of plants for environmental cleaning up/Rana P. Singh Manish Sanger and Vinod Sharma. Index. Biotechnology has made significant advances in recent years and emerged as a frontline area of research and development with an overwhelming impact on the society. Plant biotechnology is a engine for green to evergreen revolution. It has shown great promise in recent years for improving crop productivity reducing environmental pollution and improving the quality of agricultural produce. This book contains 17 chapters written by leading experts in the discipline incorporating recent developments in the subject. Major section includes articles on plant biotechnology. This book will be useful to biotechnologists agriculture scientists researchers teachers and students of plant science. 342 pp. Seller Inventory # 64753

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Chavda, Dilipkumar A.; Chavda, V.N.; Rathod, P.J.

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Raj Kumar Sen and Somnath Hazra

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About this Item: Deep and Deep Pub, 2011. Contents Introduction I Environment and sustainable economic development concepts and Ideas 1 Tagore and environment in a cross cultural perspectivePranab Kumar Chattopadhyay 2 Environment and sustainable development in Indian perspectiveVD Sharma and Brijesh Sharma 3 Economics vs ethics re-examining our values on nature development and existenceAmlan Majumdar 4 Environmentalism developmentalism and decentralismKumar Das and Indira Sahoo 5 Issues and dimensions of sustainable developmentBG Lobo and VA Mane 6 Environment and sustainable development in IndiaJonardan Konar and Pushpam Dubey 7 Environmental issues for attaining sustainable developmentHarshada S Rathod 8 Role of environment on sustainable developmentJonardan Konar and Saniya Chawla II Population poverty climate change and environmental governance 9 Climate change and carbon credits an analysisJyoti Garg and Gurbachan K Bhatia 10 Renewable energy for sustainable rural developmentG Kavita G Sathis Kumar S Ramaswamy and K Manikandan 11 A note on policies relating to climate changeDebesh Bhowmik 12 Population poverty and environmental sustainability in IndiaMd Abdus Salam Md Fakhre Alam and Md Ejaz Anwer 13 Change in population cohort and sustainability of food supply in IndiaBipul Malakar and Sudip Jana 14 Climate change its control afforestationSomnath Hazra and Raj Kumar Sen III Environmental problems and sustainable development Case studies from Assam 15 Environmental pollution control measuresBK Barooah and Ranjit Kumar Bezbaruah 16 Mu icipal solid waste management in Tinsukia AssamSubhrabaran Das and Korobi Gogoi Economics of forests tribals and institutions 17 An alternative of community forest institution in NepalRaghu Bir Bista 18 Fuelwood in a subsistence tribal economy of lower HimalayasRajiv Pandey and Sreya Majumdar V FDI Financial management and environment 19 FDI and environment in India consequences from recent performanceSuvranshu Pan 20 Productive environment and financial management case study of four Municipal corporationsShipra Maitra IndexEnvironmental Economics and Sustainable Development Some Emerging Issues is an edited volume containing 20 selected articles from the papers contributed to the National Seminar on Environment and Sustainable Development in India held at Rabindra Bharati University and organized by Centre for Studies on Environment and Sustainable Development CSESD in collaboration with CHEM RBU These articles are distributed over altogether 5 sections 358 pp. Seller Inventory # 98227

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Chavda Dilipkumar a, Chavda V N, Rathod P J

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About this Item: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Aufl. Language: English. Brand new Book. This study was identified to "knowledge of Bt. cotton growers about distinctive features of transgenic cotton."The specific objectives were to study selected personal, socioeconomic, and psychological and Communication, characteristics of the Bt. cotton growers. As well as to know the Bt. cotton growers' knowledge about distinctive features of Bt. cotton. It is relationship between some selected characteristics of Bt. cotton growers and their knowledge about distinctive features of Bt. cotton., the study also identify the constraints faced by Bt. cotton growers and seek suggestions from Bt. cotton growers to overcome the constraints. It was hoped that this study will be much useful to different categories of personnel concerned with development of agriculture. This book may prove usefulness to know socioeconomic characteristics of the Bt. cotton cultivators and usefulness in agriculture growth of Gujarat and India. Seller Inventory # AAV9783659671517

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About this Item: Daya, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. A preliminary study on biotic community and water quality of Umaim river in east Khasi hills, Meghalaya/Umesh Bharti, P.K. Bharti, D.S. Malik, Pawan Kumar and Vijender Singh. 2. Biodiversity of Yashwant Lake of Toranmat: seasonal variation in molluscs density and species richness/A.P. Ekhande, J.V. Patil and G.S. Padate. 3. Study on ichthyofauna of waterbodies around Ambajogai, Maharashtra/G.B. Sanap, R.B. Haregaokar and V.B. Sakhare. 4. Seasonal fluctuation of phytoplankton in Nagzari Tank near Ambajogai, Maharashtra/S.W. Bivgade, A.S. Taware, U.S. Salve and N.B. Pandure. 5. Total zooplankton abundance and biomass in three contrasting lentic ecosystems of Mysore, Karnataka State/Koorosh Jalilzadeh and Sadanand M. Yamakanamardi. 6. Water quality status of Kirung ri river at Nganglam, Pemagatshel Bhutan/Umesh Bharti, P.K. Bharti, D.S. Malik, Pawan Kumar and Gaurav. 7. Food and feeding habits of the Mudskipper Boleophthalmus boddarti Pallas from Vellar Estuary, Southeast coast of India/V. Ravi. 8. Limnochemistry of Bennithora Dam Near Gulbarga, Karnataka/B. Vasanthkumar and K. Vijaykumar. 9. A study on physico chemical parameters of perennial Tank Laxmiwadi Kolhapur District, Maharashtra/S.A. Manjare, S.A. Vhanalakar and D.V. Muley. 10. Monthly variations in physico-chemical parameters of river Tunga Shivamogga Karnataka/H.A. Sayeswara, K.L. Naik and Mahesh Anand Goudar. 11. Studies on Surface water quality evaluation of Gowdana Pond, Shivamogga, Karnataka/H.A. Sayeswara, Nafeesa Begum and Mahesh Anand Goudar. 12. Heavy ketals in water and sediment of ichchamati river in East Khasi Hills, Meghalaya/P.K. Bhatri, D.S. Malik, Pawan Kumar and Umesh Bharti. 13. Assessment of heavy metals in water and sediment of Hatmawdon river near Bangladesh border in District East Khasi Hills, Meghalaya/Umesh Bharti, P.K. Bharti, D.S. Malik, Pawan Kumar, Gaurav and Vijender Singh. 14. Benthic biodiversity in the marine zone of Vellar Estuary, Southeast Coast of India/P. Murugesan and S. Muthuvelu. 15. Mangrove biodiversity and its conservation at Ratnagiri/A.S. Kulkarni, M.V. Tendulkar, S.M. Nikam and A.S. Injal. 16. Status of fishes in mangroves of Kali Estuary Karwar, Central West coast of India/S.V. Roopa, J.L. Rathod and B. Vasanth Kumar. 17. Marine organisms as a source of drug: an overview/J.L. Rathod and P.V. Khajure. 18. Haematological responses of Anabas testudineus bloch exposed to Sublethal concenrations of plant extract of Calotropis gigantea L. /K. Sree Latha. 19. Adaptive changes in respiratory movements of air breathing fish Anabas testudineus bloch exposed to latex and plant extract of Calotropis gigantea L. R. Br. and recovery of toxicity with additive nutrients/K. Sree Latha. 20. Role of purna fish cooperative society to rejuvinate Yeldari reservoir fishery in Parbhani district of Maharashtra/S.D. Niture and S.P. Chavan. 21. Distribution of bacterial flora in Pearl spot Etroplus suratensis bloch during captivity/J.L. Rathod and U.G. Naik. 22. Effect of climatic changes on Prawn biodiversity at mochemical estuary of Vengurla South Konkan, Maharashtra/V.M. Patole, S.G. Yeragi and S.S. Yeragi. 23. Standardisation of natural colour in Surimi made shrimp analogs/Y.T. Patil, A.T. Tandale, S.S. Todkari, M.M. Girkar and S.B. Gore. 24. Standardisation of natural colour in Surimi made shrimp analogs/Y.T. Patil, A.T. Tandale, S.S. Todkari, M.M. Girkar and S.B. Gore. 25. Antimicrobial activity of acanthus ilicifolius extracted from the mangroves forest of Karwar coast/P.V. Khajure and J.L. Rathod. 26. Mangroves diversity in Kali Estuary, Karwar/Pradeep V. Khajure and J.L. Rathod. 27. Assessment of water quality of Byramangala lake in Bangalore city/H. Krishnaram, M. Ramachandra Mohan Shivabasavaiah and Rmanjnath. 28. Biological index of pollution in ponds and lakes of Mysore District, Karnataka/T.B. Mruthunjaya and S.P. Hosmani. 29. Rotifer biodiversity of Phutala Lake of Nagpur city, Maharashtra/S.R. Sitre and S.B. Zad. Seller Inventory # 108500

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edited by V.B. Sakhare, B. Vasanthkumar and J.S. Mohite

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Review of Food and Feeding Habits of Freshwater Fishes of India/V.B. Sakhare. 2. An Overview of Giant Freshwater Prawn, Macrobrachium rosenbergii (de Man)/Ansuman Das, Jayalaxmi Mohapatra and A. Anusikha. 3. Method of Data Collection for the Stranded Marine Mammals/V. Ravi. 4. Trends and Issues in Animal Science Research/Chhaya Panse. 5. Global Climate Change and the Activities of Marine Microbes: A Review/S.S. Navami and Ayona Jayadev. 6. Sunfish (Mola mola) at Veraval Landing Centre, Gujarat/H.L. Parmar, P.V. Parmar, J.B. Solanki and A.R. Dodia. 7. Traditional Food Product TCR from Crab Barytelphusa cunicularis (Westwood, 1836): Routine Diet of Fisher Tribes along Godavari River Coast of Maharashtra/S.P. Chavan, Pandurang Kannewad and Shivaji Poul. 8. Limnological Aspects of Riverine, Estuarine and Marine Environment in Thrissur District, Kerala/P. Nimisha and S. Sheeba. 9. Comparative Study on Water Quality Parameters of Freshwater Habitats in Selected Areas of Thiruvananthapuram City, Kerala/V. Rajani and G. Aswathy Krishnan. 10. The Study of Benthic Fauna in Canoli Canal in Relation to Environmental Parameters, Thrissur/P. Nimisha and S. Sheeba. 11. The Impact of Rainfall on Fecal Coliform Bacteria in Shallow Lakes of Silicon City, India/H. Krishna Ram. 12. Hydrochemistry of some Lentic Water Bodies of Karwar-Uttara Kannada District, Karnataka/B. Vasanthkumar, S.V. Roopa and B.K. Gangadhar. 13. Physico-chemical and Bacteriological Parameters of Hemavathi River at Holenarasipura, Hassan District, Karnataka/B.M. Sreedhara Nayaka, S. Ramakrishna and Jayaprakash. 14. Qualitative and Quantitative study of Zooplankton in Ganikere Tank of Anandapura Village, Karnataka/H.A. Sayeswara, H.M. Ashashree and R. Purushothama. 15. Diversity of Zooplanktons of Nalganga Reservoir in Buldana District, Maharashtra/G.A. Malthane. 16. Zooplankton Composition in Reservoirs of Buldhana District, Maharashtra/B.V. Patil. 17. Finfish Diversity of Tungabhadra Reservoir, Karnataka/B. Vasanthkumar, S.V. Roopa and B.K. Gangadhar. 18. Fish Diversity of Yeldari Reservoir, Maharashtra/S.D. Niture. 19. Studies on Water Quality of Godavari River at Ramkund, Nashik, Maharashtra/Rekha S. Bhadane. 20. Potability Studies of Drinking Water in Ambajogai, Maharashtra/V.S. Hamde. 21. Impact of Bat Guano on Degradation of Water Pollutants in Purna River Buldana District, Maharashtra/Iqbal Shaikh. 22. Abundance of Avifauna in the Mangrove Ecosystem of Kali Estuary, Karwar, West Coast of India/B. Vasanthkumar, S.V. Roopa and B.K. Gangadhar. 23. A Study on Distribution of Fe and Mg in Karwar Coast, West Coast of India/B.K. Gangadhar, B. Vasanthkumar, J.L. Rathod and S.V. Roopa. 24. Impact Assessment of Mercuric Chloride on the Histhpathology of Liver of Fish Catla catla (Ham)/Quazi Saleem and Seema Hashmi. 25. Effect of Neem Leaves Induced Histopathological Alteration in Liver of the Freshwater Fish, Garra mullya (Sykes)/V.R. Borane. 26. Ascorbic Effect on the Cypermethrin Induced Alterations in Blood Glucose Level of the Freshwater Fish, Channa orientalis (Schneider)/B.R. Shinde. 27. Studies on the Alteration of Blood Parameters of a Freshwater Fish Oreochromis mossambicus Exposed to Synthetic Detergent Aerial/S. Jeyakumar and S. Mala. 28. Activity of Protease Enzyme in Freshwater Fish, Channa punctatus (Bloch) from River Godavari, Nanded/A.R. Jagtap and R.P. Mali. 29. Toxic Effect of Pesticide Phosphamidon at Sub-lethal Levels on the Blood and Tissue Carbohydrate Levels in Freshwater Indian Major Carp Labeo rohita (Rohu)/M. Rafi Ahamed and Basha Mohidden. 30. Histological Studies of the Ovaries of the Teleost Rasbora daniconius Induced by Heavy Metals/F.I. Shaikh, Mohd. Ilyas and Shaikh Imran. 31. A Study of the Toxic Effect of Detergent Surf Excel on the Muscle Protein of a Freshwater Fish Cyprinus carpio (Linn.)/S. Jeyakumar and S. Mala. 32. Effect of Herb Satavari (Asparagus racemosus) on Growth Performance of Cirrhinus mrigala Fingerlings. Seller Inventory # 115179

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N Narayana

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2006)

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Vol. I I. Globalisation issues and challenges 1. The challenging issues of globalisation/N. Narayana. 2. Globalisation strategies and challenges/B.R. Honparkhe. 3. globalisation some key issues for developing economies/Harshada S. Rathod. 4. Globalisation and economic reforms and their impact in developing countries/K. Lakshminarayana. 5. Indian leather industry and its prospect in the context of globalisation/A. Subbarama Naidu. 6. Implications of globalisation and policy issues/P. Subba Rao C.L.N. Pillai P. Manohar and Henry Kiumo. 7. Human resources development in the context of globalisation/G. Venkateshalu. 8. The relevance of post modernists thought to third world countries in the context of globalisation a search for alternatives/E.M. Thomas. 9. The need for global vision in India's higher education/M.V. Joshi Mohan C. Patel and Varsha K. Tandel. 10. The art of central banking in developed nations/Partha Gangopadhyay. 11. Money and real economy linkages in the anchor of the gold standard an epistemological approach/Masudul Alam Choudhury and Mohammad Ziaul Hoque. II. Globalisation trade and economic integration 12. World trade organisation and economic integration an application of gravity model/Narain Sinha and K.L. Chawla. 13. Changing roles and policies of multinationals and foreign direct investment in developing countries impact of globalization/Ismail Shariff. 14. Impact of the introduction of intellectual property rights protection on developing countries/Mohd Izhar Ahmad. 15. Trade liberalisation in the South Pacific Forum Island countries a Panacea for economic and social ills/Biman C. Prasad. 16. Towards regional economic cooperation among SARC countries/Harshada S. Rathod. 17. Commitment and control in international ventures/T.V.S. Ramamohan Rao and Ruchi Sharma. III. Globalisation and economic reforms agriculture and rural development 18 The impact of globalisation and economic reforms on agriculture of a developing economy/Patricia M. Makepe. 19. A study on the export performance of Indian agriculture in the context of globalisation an econometric analysis/K. Murugavelu. 20. Economic reforms and domestic market regulations in Indian agriculture/A.R. Veeramani. 21. Globalisation agricultural growth and rural poverty issues and experiences/Shyam Sunder Pd Sharma. 22. Globalization and agriculture in India/K. Dasaratharamaiah. 23. Globalisation issues and their implications on agriculture/G. Jayaraju. 24. India's horticulture exports during the WTO regime boon or bane/V.B. Jugale. 25. Globalisation and rural development issues and strategies/G. Sreedhar. 26. Economic incentives for global conservation of wildlife new international policies/Clem Tisdell. 27. Globalisation and the environment/Boitumelo Mmolawa. Index. Vol. II IV Globalisation poverty unemployment and empowering women 28. Globalization technological change and unemployment implications for skills and training development in informal sector/Falendra K. Sudan. 29. Gender perspective of extreme poverty and globalisation/D.B. Krishna Kumari and D.V. Ramana. 30. Information and communication technology and women empowerment/R. Meenakshi. 31. Gender in governance and empowering women the dynamics determinants and the impact of Kerala experiment/K. Muraleedharan. V. Globalisation and economic reforms problems and prospects 32. The economic threat of globalisation on small and medium enterprises in Africa/S.M. Kapunda. 33. Globalization and private sector development in an emerging economy/Samson E. Edo. 34. Economic reforms and macroeconomic stability in Ghana/J.V. Mensah and I.K. Acheampong. 35. Globalisation and science and technology policies in India/Rajesh Jaiswal. 36. Incidence of illness and injury in the industrial environment under the impact of globalization/Mohammad Shahadat Hossain Mufeedh Choudhury and Fatma Hamad Al Hashmi. 37. Globalisation and Indian pharmaceutical industry impediments and impetus/P. Srinivasa Subbarao. Seller Inventory # 61094

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edited by A.K. Shinde, Y.P. Gadekar, S.M.K. Naqvi and A. Sahoo

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About this Item: Satish Serial Publishing House, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. I. Production: 1. Role of small ruminants in meat production/S.M.K. Naqvi. 2. Paradigm for profitable sheep farming through technological innovations/A.K. Shinde. 3. Indian meat sector perspective/Y.P. Gadekar and N. Kondaiah. 4. Role of prolificacy and nutri-genetics in enhancing Mutton production/Arun Kumar, L.L.L. Prince, R.C. Sharma and Ved Prakash. 5. Approaches and strategies for maximising mutton production/A. Sahoo and R.S. Bhatt. 6. Nutrition technologies for chevon production/M.K. Tripathi, Anu Rahal, Prabhat Tripathi and U.B. Chaudhary. 7. Newer approaches for quality mutton production/R.S. Bhatt and A. Sahoo. 8. Reproductive technologies for enhancing meat production in sheep/Davendra Kumar, Kalyan De and S.M.K. Naqvi. 9. Organic small ruminants production in India: the way forward/Mahesh Chander and Prakashkumar Rathod. 10. Environmental stress impact on small ruminants production/V. Sejian, S. Bahadur, S. Indu, M. Bagath, P.K. Malik, N.M. Soren, D. Kumar, V.P. Maurya, A.K. Shinde, A. Sahoo, R. Bhatta and S.M.K. Naqvi. 11. Role of biotechnology in meat sector/Girish Patil, S. and Nagappa Karabasanavar. II. Processing: 12. Innovations in value added meat products/V.V. Kulkarni and B.M. Naveena. 13. Designer meat products for healthy living/Y.P. Gadekar, A.K. Shinde, R. Thomas, A.K. Das and R.S. Bhatt. 14. Recent trends in packaging of meat and meat products/Arun K. Das, S.R. Pradhan, P.K. Nanda and Y.P. Gadekar. 15. Utilization of slaughterhouse by-products/S. Sureshkumar, A. Irshad and S. Karthika. III. Quality control and marketing: 16. Quality management in small ruminant meat production/V. Rajkumar and Arun Kumar Verma. 17. Recent advances in the meat species identification/S. Vaithiyanathan and Girish Patil S. 18. Clean meat production/Y.P. Gadekar and S.K. Mendiratta. 19. Role of ante-mortem and post mortem meat inspection for prevention of animal and human health risks/G.G. Sonawane and D. Singh. 20. Innovations in decontamination of carcasses/Kandeepan G. 21. Safety standards and industry legislations pertaining to meat and meat products/R. Thomas and Y.P. Gadekar. 22. Value chain and marketing of small ruminants in India: an analysis/Suresh A. Sheep and goat contributes nearly one-fourth to the total meat production in the country. They are considered as future food animals under climate change scenario. Majority of sheep and goat flocks in the tropical countries are raised on natural grazing resources. These resources are gradually denuding both in yield and quality and compromising the meat production. Further feed scarcity from grazing lands is transforming aged old traditional system to semi intensive and intensive one. The demand of small ruminant meat is increasing rapidly both in domestic and international markets and on the other hand relatively poor production from available animals, feed and infrastructure is reflecting in inflating meat prices. To bridge the gap between demand and supply, large scale specialised sheep and goat production system, which are more conducive to adopt improved production technologies like prolificacy, higher feed efficiency and accelerated production are some of the pertinent and quantifiable approaches. Furthermore, strategies should also be focused on small scale market oriented intensive production system based on existing system and agro-ecologies in certain pockets wherein innovative breeding strategies, choice of breed, feed and feeding system, housing, health and management may also be considered. The demand for healthy meat and meat products is growing among health conscious people, which is creating favourable condition for organic and lean meat produced in hygienic premises. It will further increase with the rising incidences of cardiovascular diseases, obesity, hypertension etc. The designer meat products can be promoted as healthy food by fibre, pre-and probiotic fortification, sodium and fat reduction nutraceutical enrichmen. Seller Inventory # 116583

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Rathod Jyotika, V. J. Savaliya, Rajput R. P.

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About this Item: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Aufl. Language: English. Brand new Book. "One cannot think of agriculture without women". Women are the main architecture of farming. They work shoulder to shoulder with men-folk in the fields in scorching sun and under pouring rain. The rural women are observed during their actual performance of farm activities from time of raise to the time of retiring to bed at night. The largest numbers of working women in India are engaged in farming operations either as cultivators or as agricultural labors. There is still confusion about the extent of role women play in agricultural management and how much labour and time they put in farm activities. It has now been realized that if agricultural production is to be increased the most important step that need to be taken is the training of farm women in improved methods of farming. It can be very useful to the policy makers and the executors of the organizations to frame out the future programmes or to modifying it, according to the results of training programme regarding its impact. Seller Inventory # KNV9783659902697

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edited by M.P. Nayar and R.V. Varma

Published by Narendra Publishing House (2012)

ISBN 10: 9380428936ISBN 13: 9789380428932

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About this Item: Narendra Publishing House, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Exploitation of biodiversity in pulse crops of Kerala/Ambit S. Nair, Musthafa Kunnathadi and S.M. Purushothaman. 2. Nutritional and antinutritional factors in a wild leafy vegetable from western Ghats: Diplazium esculentum/Archana G. Nair, G.S. Nikhila, S. Pradeesh and T.S. Swapna. 3. Bambara groundnut: a drought hardy crop/R. Beena, M.S. Sheshshayee, T.G. Prasad and M. Udayakumar. 4. Hose range, pathogenicity and cultural characteristics of pink disease pathogen corticium salmonicolor berk and broom/Binu Hariprakash and M. Balasundaran. 5. In vitro plantlet regeneration and medium term conservation of some zingiberaceous species/Binu Hariprakash and M. Unnikrishnan. 6. Kaippad rice farming in North Kerala: the farming system and the crop varieties/K.T. Chandramohanan and K.V. Mohanan. 7. Conservation and equitable use of agrobiodiversity in Wayanad: an inter and transdisciplinary research approach/Chattopadhyay Rumana, Girigan Gopi, Parameswaran Prajeesh and N. Anil Kumar. 8. Conservation of mulberry species: strategies for awareness through sericulture service centers/P. Deepa and J. Somireddy. 9. Citrus diversity in Arunachal Pradesh//B.N. Hazarika. 10. Variability in ash Gourd/M.L. Jyothi and M.C. Narayanankutty. 11. Adaptability of scented rice cultivars suitable for Kerala/Kuruvilla Varughese, Suja Abraham, Jacob John and B. Rani. 12. Diversity of pollinators and the impact of their abundance on fruit production in Pumpkin Cucurbita Moschata L/P.T. Leena and M. Nasser. 13. Agro biodiversity hotspots: identification and recognition of farmers farming tribal communities under the provisions of PPV and FR act, 2001/Manoj Srivastava, P.K. Singh, Ajay Kumar Singh and P.L. Gautam. 14. Collection and utilization of cocoa Theobroma cacao L. germplasm in Kerala agricultural University/J.S. Minimol and S. Prasannakumari Amma. 15. Early yield and growth performance in a set of Brazilian Wild Hevea germplasm in India/G. Prabhakara Rao and C.P. Reghu. 16. Participatory approaches for sustainable in-situ conservation of germplasms and PGR/D.R. Rathod, Ambili S. Nair and S.B. Deshmukh. 17. Ex-situ conservation of plant genetic diversity: an overview/D.R. Rathod, Ambili S. Nair and V.L. Gawande. 18. Promoting biodiversity in coconut for food security/Remany Gopalakrishnan. 19. Biodiversity of Tapioca Manihot esculenta crantz in Kerala/Santha V. Pillai, M.N. Sheela, Bala Nambisan, J. Sreekumar, S. Sreelekha and S.K. Naskar. 20. Implications of rice biodiversity in the economic empowerment of tribal communities in Koraput District/Sehnaz Ara, S.S. Chaudhary and A.K. Badoghar. 21. The influence of soil on the occurrence and distribution of agaricus species in Kerala/Susha S. Thara, S. Bhavani Devi and M. Suharban. 22. Conservation and evaluation of upland paddy varieties suitable for intercropping in coconut gardens/V. Thulasi, P.I. Poornima Yadav, A. Kareem, P.P. Moossa, M. Ameena and M. Rafeekhar. 23. Rice genetic resources of Kerala/Veena Vighneswaran and I. Johnkutty. 24. Biodiversity of tropical minor crops/B. Vimala and Bala Nambisan. 25. Promotion and prospects of vermiculture practice in Bangalore/B.R. Yeshwanth, R.D. Kale, M. Jayashankar and S. Ramakrishna. Seller Inventory # 109686

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