1. Theories of entrepreneurship.
2. Creativity and entrepreneurship.
3. Entrepreneurship development.
4. High-tech entrepreneurs.
5. A proposed model for entrepreneurship promotion through technological development.
6. How to make a business plan.
7. Small business development in Bangladesh.
8. Doing business in Bangladesh.
9. Practices of entrepreneurship in the Government supported enterprises of Bangladesh: an evaluation.
Appendix: Highlights of industrial policy of Bangladesh. References.
Subject index. Name index.
"The book portrays concepts, theories, principles, and practices of entrepreneurship development in the context of developing countries. Along with the explanation and description of different aspects of entrepreneurship development, their applications are demonstrated through a number of real life case studies, observations, profile studies, etc.
Exploration and understanding of entrepreneurship development involves, in the first instance, addressing of issues, such as, definition, focus, characteristics, functions and success factors of entrepreneurs, entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship development. Next entrepreneurship theories introduced in different times by different scholars are(less)
Origins of RDRS. ii).
The story of Bangladesh. iii).
Cooch Behar refugee service: 1971-72. 2.
Around and about RDRS: i). RDRS: The place, the people, the programme.
ii). The place.
iii). The people.
iv). The programme.
3. A Sigh of Relief: i).
The early years: 1972-73. i).
Relief responses. 4.
A genuine contribution: i). The humanitarian years: 1973-75 Rehabilitation of Rangpur-Dinajpur.
5. From Co-operation to federation: i).
People's organisation: 1976-96. ii).
Community development. iii).
Group formation in other sectoral programmes: 1976-88. iv).
Peoples organisation in the comprehensive project. 6.
The whole story: i). Women.
ii). Women in Bangladesh.
iii). Women in RDRS.
iv). Women working for women.
v). RDRS women.
7. First class: i).
Education and training: 1976-96. i).
The learning process. ii).
Children's education: 1976-96. iii).
Adolescent education. iv).
Adult education 1976. v).
Cure and care: i). Health services: 1976-96.
ii). The health of Bangladesh.
Berk’s revision provides contemporary and cohesive coverage on contexts for development, not only including family but extending beyond the family to peers, schooling, media, neighborhoods, communities, and societal values and priorities.This book will be immensely useful to the postgraduate students of psychology, researchers in the field, clinical psychologists, and also to those who have an abiding interest in holistic child development.
Contents : A Personal Note to Students.Preface for Instructors.
Part I: Theory and Research in Child Development1. History, Theory, and Applied Directions.
2. Research Strategies.
Part II: Foundation of Development3. Biological Foundations, Prenatal Development, and Birth.
4. Infancy: Early Learning, Motor Skills, and Perceptual Capacities.
5. Physical Growth.
Part III: Cognitive and Language Development6. Cognitive Development: Piagetian, Core Knowledge, and Vygotskian Perspectives.
7. Cognitive Development: An Information-Processing Perspective.
9. Language Development.
Part IV: Personality and Social Development10. Emotional Development.
11. Self and Social Understanding.
12. Moral Development.
13. Development of Sex Differences and Gender Roles.
Part V: Contexts for Development14. The Family.
15. Peers, Media, and Schooling.
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The concept of development administration. 2.
Role of bureaucracy in development administration. 3.
Professionalism and recruitment of bureaucrats. 4.
Professionalism and training of bureaucrats. 5.
Conclusion. Epilogue: 1.
Origin of civil services in India. 2.
Training programme of Civil Servants in India. 3.
Training programmes of developmental personnel in U.P.
Bibliography. "This book discusses the comprehensive analysis of development administration in India.
It examines the task of making an assessment of various personnel engaged in developmental task with special reference in recruitment and training, intelligently and fruitfully. It examines as to what means are to be adopted so as to bring out a perfect coordination between bureaucratic elements, developmental activities and democratic forces so as to ensure efficiency, professionalism, accountability and productivity.
The present study finds out a new approach to the problem of recruitment and training of the bureaucrats and method and procedure of development of administration in India. The efficiency(less)
1. Theories of human productivity in economic development.
2. Human development for economic growth and welfare state.
3. Population growth and economic growth.
4. The population dimensions and dynamics.
5. Rural-urban migration: exodus to cities.
6. Girl child in the Third World.
7. Agricultural fundamentalism.
8. Agricultural take-off and economic development.
9. Migration of farmer and distribution of population.
10. Manpower problems of industrialization in developing countries.
11. Organization of industrial employment.
12. Human resources and productivity.
13. Management of manpower - motivation and human resource development.
14. Socio-economic trends of India.
15. Education and national development in India.
16. The intellectual tide of Nobel Laureates.
17. Emerging India : challenges and opportunities.
Index. From the preface: "This book tries to give a comprehensive analysis about the human development from the economic, sociological and Indian point of view.
In the context of emerging India and the country is facing in(less)
Regional development: 1. Development effort and spatial change: 1931-1956.
2. Development effort and spatial change: 1956-1977.
3. Development effort and spatial change: 1977-1999.
4. Small and medium towns in regional development.
5. The Mahaweli Project : accelerating regional development.
Urban development: 6. Our urban future.
7. A case for an explicit national urban policy.
8. An urban renaissance? 9.
Public-private partnerships. 10.
Participatory planning in urban development. 11.
The city as a social space. 12.
Density and the urban environment. 13.
The spatial evolution of Colombo and needed interventions for the future. Shelter: 14.
The role of the professional in the provision of shelter for the poor. 15.
The 'Million Houses Programme' and the environment. 16.
Cities without slums: towards a strategy for Sri Lanka. Epilogue.
"The Book Spatial Concerns in Development: A Sri Lankan Perspective, based on analyses of experiences gained with various aspects of the development effort in the country,(less)
As the map itself is based on the chakra system that has been successfully used in India for at least 3,000 years, it has rock solid authenticity and reliability(less)
HRM: Perspectives and challenges: 1. HRM contribution to global competitive advantage.
2. Human Resource Management and functions.
3. Concepts of HRD and strategic HRM.
4. Aligning HR Strategies with Business strategies.
5. Emerging challenges in human resource management.
6. Proactive role of human resource function.
7. Keys to human resource success in the coming decade.
II. Acquiring talent: 8.
Human Resource Planning (HRP). 2.
Job analysis, job description and job specification. 10.
Strategies for recruitment and e-Recruitment. 11.
Psychological tests. 12.
Multimedia interviews. 13.
Interview process. 14.
Current focus in selection norms. III.
Retention strategies: 15. Employee retention: conceptual strategies.
16. Retaining your best people.
17. Strategic role of team leader in retention of talent.
18. Life-Friendly Organisation (LFO).
19. Orientation and socialisation of employees.
20. Job design influence on productivity and satisfaction.
21. Employee engagement crucial for retention.
22. Enhancing creativity and fun.
23. Organisational stress managing strategies.
Dimensions of accountability in grassroots organizations. 3.
Member-accountability in practice. 4.
The research process. 5.
Organizational structures and strategies: four case studies. 6.
Is member-accountability related to benefits accrued by members? 7. Characteristics of member-accountable organizations.
8. Implications for stakeholders.
Index. "The concept of member-accountability has hitherto received scant attention in development literature.
A pioneering work in the field of development studies, this book goes beyond the traditional framework of understanding accountability in terms of financial accounting and constitutes a landmark in terms of conceptualizing accountability to members. "Poonam Smith-Sreen has developed tools for assessing member-accountability based on case studies of four grassroots organizations involved in income generating activities for women in India.
Through these case studies, the author also examines the functioning and management styles of voluntary organizations and throws fresh light on the need to generate and implement economic activities for women as a means of(less)
1. A comparative analysis of socio-economic political indicators of Bangladesh vis-a-vis its four South Asian neighbours/M.
Faizul Islam. 2.
Socioeconomic and human aspects of development in Bangladesh/Anisul M. Islam.
3. Democratization, values and leadership/Zillur Rahman Khan.
4. Class and state in Bangladesh: political economy of authoritarian democracy/Habibul Haque Khondker.
5. Enhancing institutional capacity of public administration in Bangladesh: present state and future direction/Mohammad Mohabbat Khan.
6. "Development" revisited: a critical analysis of the status of women in Bangladesh/Elora Shehabuddin.
7. A blueprint for an augmented gender development index/Farida C.
Application of linkage banking models to mobilize rural savings for financial intermediation in Bangladesh/Md. Kabir Ahmed and M.
Kabir Hassan. 9.
Social control of health care in Bangladesh/Syed Saad Andaleeb. 10.
The dynamic relationship between fertility rate and its proximate determinants in Bangladesh/Mohammad S. Hasan.
11. Enhancing education through E-learning in Bangladesh/Badrul H.
I-PRSP of Bangladesh: a critical review(less)
It further deals with four major categories of forecasting techniques'''judgment techniques, customer/market research techniques, time series techniques and regression analysis,'''and explains how new products are forecast with the help of these techniques. Finally, the book discusses the important managerial considerations along with the industry benchmarks for forecasting practices.
The text is concise and practically no mathematics/statistics is used; yet it helps the understanding of the forecasting phenomenon easier and simpler. Primarily designed for the undergraduate and postgraduate students of management, this book would also be a valuable source of reference for professionals.
Table of Contents Foreword Preface Part I FOUNDATIONS OF APPLIED NEW PRODUCT FORECASTING 1. Introduction to Applied New Product Forecasting 2.
New Product Development and New Product Forecasting: Process and Structure Part II NEW PRODUCT FORECASTING TECHNIQUES 3. Judgmental New Product Forecasting Techniques 4.
Customer/Market Research Techniques for New Product Forecasting 5. Time Series Techniques for New Product Forecasting 6.
Regression Analysis for New Product Forecasting Part III MANAGERIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR APPLIED NEW PRODUCT FORECASTING 7. Special Topics in New Product Forecasting 8.
New Product Forecasting Benchmarks References Index(less)
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I. A bird's eye view of South Asia.
II. Methodological considerations.
1. From development to conflict and violence: conceptual framework.
2. Engineering evolution through conflict and violence: the case of Lhotsampa Bhutanese and refuges crisis.
3. Engineering evolution through conflict and violence: the case of Jumma people of Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh.
4. Engineering evolution through conflict and violence: the case of North-East India.
5. Engineering revolution through conflict and violence: the case of Maoists of Nepal.
6. Form of cooperation between the reformists and revolutionaries.
7. Evaluating the economic dimensions of development.
8. Evaluating the political and socio-cultural dimensions of development.
9. Understanding development, conflict and violence linkages.
10. Towards general prepositions of causes of conflict and violence.
11. Costs of conflict and violence.
12. Conflict and peace brokers: problems and prospects.
13. Conclusion: weaving a new beginning.
Index. "Understanding Development, Conflict and Violence : The Cases of(less)
So development is more about who gets what, when, how, where and why in terms of an authoritative allocation of values that is underpinned by definitions of stakeholders or beneficiaries or affected persons. Such definitions are power statements that are scripted by agencies that generally tend to view development as an unevenness that may be restructured in terms of human and physical engineering as a level playing ground where players are equipped with uniform access to resources and similar(less)
White Revolution : needs, objectives and significance. 3.
Role of dairy farming in economic development. 4.
Dairy development in Five Year Plans. 5.
Dairy co-operation, education, training and dairy technology development. 6.
Package programme for dairy development and operation flood. 7.
COMPFED and Second White Revolution. 8.
White Revolution in the 21 century. Appendices.
"The book Dairy Development in the New Millennium combines original, indepth, critical, comparative, and systematic analysis with a comprehensive view of new and cutting-edge of second phase of White Revolution. It has been designed to develop an understanding of and appreciation for the various challenges, dilemmas and prospects with the constraints that decision-makers and dairy-entrepreneurs face in real organisational settings of Indian dairying.
This landmark volume covers both quantitative and qualitative approaches to the second phase of White Revolution and Indian Dairying in the New Millennium under various controversial provisions of WTO and globalisation(less)
1. Research design and methodology.
2. Dairying and development of milk co-operatives in India.
3. Growth of milk co-operatives in Kolhapur District.
4. Growth of milk co-operatives in sample villages.
5. Impact of milk co-operatives on rural development.
6. Challenges before milk unions.
7. Pricing of milk in co-operative sector.
8. Conclusions and suggestions.
"This book is concerned with the development of dairy co-operatives in India. It is power time to review the working of dairy co-operatives in India, as co-operative movement has completed its century.
This book gives the origin of dairy in general and the co-operative dairy in particular. The role played by private as well as co-operative organisations is explained in the book.
The efforts of NDDB, the work done by AMUL, etc has been analysed. The book also covers dairy development in Maharashtra, one of the developed states in Co-operative Movement in India.
The aim of this book(less)
Education for tribal development : introduction, problems and methodology. 2.
Constitutional provisions, policy and programmes for tribal development. 3.
Administration for educational development of tribes in Darjeeling. 4.
Concluding remarks and suggestions. Annexure.
Bibliography. "The present monograph deals with the problems and prospects of the Lakshadweep Islands, a group of island situated on the Arabian sea and is abut 220 to 440 k.
m. away from the Malabar Coast.
It is really a companion volume of a similar study which was carried out for the Andaman Group of islands by the members of the center. The Islands are formed by the accumulation of coral sand.
The economy of the island has been discussed along with its demographic problems in this books in details. The major problem of scarcity of resources in the island themselves along with the presence of great possibilities in developing extensive sea fishing, on a large scale has been discussed(less)
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