1. The objects of the expedition.
2. The plan of campaign.
3. Excavation of sites in the Barikot district.
4. Excavations at Charbagh in upper Swat.
5. General conclusions on the work in Swat.
6. Explorations in Afghanistan.
List of objects found in Swat. Index.
From the preface: “This memoir is an account of the work of a British expedition which spent the Summer of 1938 in excavating a number of sites in the Swat Valley and in making an archaeological reconnaissance in the Oxus territories of Afghanistan. The expedition, a party of four, was supported by a number of learned societies in England, and the publication of this volume by the Government of India as one of this series is due to the kindness of the Director-General of the Archaeological Survey, Rao Bahadur K.
N. Dikshit, who must not, however, be held responsible for the views expressed or conclusions reached.
January-June, 2001: 1. An overview of biocontrol agents of Phytophagous mites associated with vegetable crops in India/A.
K. Singh and R.
2. Bio-efficacy of new formulation Quinalphos 20 AF against Pigeonpea Pod Borer, Helicoverpa Armigera (Hubner)/D.
William Rajasekhar, J.S.
Awakanavar and S. Lingappa.
3. Effect of insecticides on different developmental stages of Spiralling Whitefly (Aleurodicus Dispersus, Russel) with leaf dip method/D.
N. Kambrekar and J.
4. Evaluation of Sorghum (Sorghum Bicolor L.
) germplasm stock for multiple pest resistance/R.A.
Balikai and M.M.
Management of Helicoverpa Armigera (Hub.) by sequential sprays of NPV and Neem (Azadirachta Indica) derivatives in Pigeonpea (Cajanus Cajan)/N.
S. Kulkarni, G.
H. Santoshkumar and K.
6. Effect of intercropping on population of predators in cotton/Mahabaleshwar Hegde, K.
A. Kulkarni and S.
Relative efficacy of dust formulations against Antigastra Catalaunalis Dup. of Sesame/H.
S. Rai, M.
L. Verma and R.
8. Pesticidal management of Spiralling Whitefly (Aleurodicus Dispersus, Russel) on(less)
1. The problem and its significance.
2. Review of related literature.
3. Research procedures.
4. Results and discussion.
5. Summary and conclusions.
"This book is the result of direct observation and descriptive survey research of the author in identifying the problem solving behaviours of mathematics teachers and students. Problem solving is not mere mathematical procedure or activity, but the mathematics teacher should develop in the children the generalisable problem solving skills further to apply these abilities in their life's problems when ever there is challenging situation.
The book presents a different schedule to exercise and study the process of problem solving and yielding many new ideas into the stages of problem solving. This study is helpful to diagnose the difficulties faced by the children and the teachers of mathematics in following, the process of problem solving.
It is also helpful to identify the behaviours expressed by teachers and students to(less)
1. The Nagas.
2. The Kalingas.
3. Foreign trade and intercourse.
4. Ancient civilization.
5. Foreign trade and intercourse (contd.
Sources and synchronisms. 7.
Origin of the Kings of Jaffna. 8.
The Arya Kings of Jaffna. Index.
Errata et corrigenda. From the preface: "The book ought really to be dated 1923, for it was ready for the printers then.
Illness and press of work that compelled me to put off the publication of it have also prevented me from consulting recent books and periodicals and trying to obtain further light on some of the obscure points. But I hope that other students, and particularly the young leisured members of our learned circles will take up these questions and go into them thoroughly.
For it is to the younger men we must look for the best work in this field. The older generation of students in Ceylon to-day is mostly(less)
2. Physical environment.
3. Human activities and environment.
4. Environmental pollution.
5. Waste management.
6. Sustainable development.
7. Natural resource management.
8. Environmental issues.
"The author of this book explains the issues of ecology and environment in a way that is friendly to teachers and learners both. It discusses the topics of ecology and ecosystems, environment and pollution, human activities and environment, waste management, sustainable development, natural resources management and concurrent issues such as global warning, ozone depletion, desertification of land, acid rain, afforestation and eco-development, environmental ethics and our rich environmental traditions.
The ultimate objective of this book is to impart ecological environmental status of the country with knowledge of corrective measures to the upcoming generation of our country with a view to establish environmentalism and to prepare environmentalists. The author, inspired by the SCI, showed his gratitude to Hon'ble Supreme Court of India for taking the issue of(less)
The objective of this book is to teaching the insights and problem-solving skills that are most useful in solving mathematical problems arising in the course of modern research. Intended for graduate students and advanced undergraduates, the book assumes only a limited familiarity with differential equations and complex variables.
The presentation begins with a review of differential and difference equations; develops local asymptotic methods for differential and difference equations; explains perturbation and summation theory; and concludes with a an exposition of global asymptotic methods, including boundary-layer theory, WKB theory, and multiple-scale analysis(less)
List of contributors. I.
Revolutional oxides: 1. Function cultivation in transparent oxides utilizing natural and artificial nanostructures/Hideo Hosono and Masahiro Hirano.
2. The role of lattice defects of oxides/Mitsuru Itoh.
3. Size effect of ferroelectric and high permittivity thin films/Hiroshi Funakubo.
II. State-of-the-Art Polymers: 4.
Photonic devices using liquid crystal nanostructures/Hideo Takezoe. 5.
Nanocylinder array structures in block copolymer thin films/Kaori Kamata and Tomokazu Iyoda. 6.
Nano-size charge inhomogeneity in organic metals/Takehiko Mori. III.
Nanostructure design for new functions: 7. Size control of nanostructures by quantum confinement/Hiroyuki Hirayama.
8. Grain boundary dynamics in ceramics superplasticity/Fumihiro Wakai and Arturo Dominguez-Rodriguez.
9. Nanostructure control for high-strength and high-ductility aluminum alloys/Tatsuo Sato.
IV. Nanostructure architecture for engineering applications: 10.
Nanoporous materials from mineral and organic templates/Kiyoshi Okada and Kenneth J.D.
Enhancement of thermoelectric figure of merit through nanostructural control on intermetallic semiconductors toward high-temperature applications/Yoshinao(less)
Key Features : Blends computer-oriented approach with the necessary mathematics-gives algorithms, pseudo codes and programs in 'C'with test results.Unique first chapter introducing the cause and consequences of errors in computer arthmetic.
Conclusion provided at the end of every chapter briefly describes the merits adn demerits of each numerical method.A special feature of this book is the one-to-one co-relation between a numerical method, the corresponding algorithm given and that between the algorithm and the corresponding program in 'C'.
Pedagogy: (a) 260 Solved examples (b) 38 computer-based examples programs with test inputs and results (c) 679 exercise problems with answers About the Author : Prof. T Veerarajan.
Professor of Methematics is currently heading the Department of Science and Humanities, Sree Sowdambika college of Engineering, Aruppukottai, Tamilnadu. A Gold Medalist from Madras University, He has had a brilliant academic career all through.
He was more than 42 years of teaching Experience at undergraduate and Postgraduate levels in various established engineering colleges in Tamilnadu including Anna University, Chennai. Table of Content : Chapter 1.
Errors in Computer ArithmeticChapter 2. Empirical Relations and Curve FittingChapter 3.
Numerical Solutions of Algebraic and Transcendental EquationChapter 4. Solution of Simultaneous Linear Algebraic Equations and Eigenvalue ProblemsChapter 5.
Finite DifferencesChapter 6. Interpolation with Equal IntervalsChapter 7.
Interpolation with Unequal IntervalsChapter 8. Numerical Differentiation and IntegrationChapter 9.
Difference EquationsChapter 10. Numerical Solution of Ordinary Differential EquationsChapter 11.
Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations(less)
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