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Basic notions. 2.
Systematic of linear equations. 3.
Introduction to spectral theory. 6.
Inner product spaces. 7.
Structure of operators in inner product spaces. 8.
Bilinear and quadratic forms. 9.
Advanced spectral theory. 10.
Linear transformations. “Linear Algebra is the heart of applied science but there are divergent views concerning its meaning.
The field of Linear Algebra is more beautiful and more fundamental than its rather dull name may suggest. More beautiful because it is full of powerful ideas that are quite unlike those normally emphasized in a linear algebra course in a mathematics department.
Throughout the book the author follows the practice of first presenting required background material, which is then used to develop the results. The book is divided in ten chapters.
Relevant material is included in each chapter from other sources improves readability and makes the presentation “self-contained” to a large extent. All the examples(less)
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)
The theology of religions: a critical overview. 2.
'Satya' - the truth of Gandhi's conception. 3.
'Satyo-Centrism': a framework for the theology of religions. 4.
Concluding remarks. Selected bibliography.
Index. "Gandhi and Truth : An Approach to the Theology of Religions addresses the long-felt need to have a sound basis for developing a theology of religions for harmonious co-existence of various religions.
Set in the background of religious pluralism, the book examines the paradigm shift in the study of religions in detail like exclusivism, inclusivism and pluralism with individual exponents and their contributions from the historical point of view. It looks at the weaknesses of these models in the present day theology of religions and then identifies an alternative model in the Gandhian concept of truth.
The concept of Satya is brilliantly exposed in the book along with its relation to non-violence and Satyagraha. Truth applied to action as in(less)
Canons and principles of cataloguing. III.
Types of entries and their sections. IV.
Rendering of personal names: 1. Single personal author.
2. Rendering of joint personal authors.
3. Three or more personal authors.
4. Personal author(s) with collaborators.
5. Series note and editor of series entry.
6. Joint surname.
V. Pseudonymous author(s).
VI. Anonymous works.
VII. Multi-volumed books.
VIII. Composite books: 1.
Ordinary composite books. 2.
Artificial composite books. IX.
Corporate authorship: 1. Government as author.
2. Institution as author.
3. Conference as author.
X. Periodical publications.
Bibliography. "The present book A practical approach to classified catalogue code 5th rev.
edition with amendments is entirely based on the laws, cannons and principles propounded by Dr. S.
It has been written keeping in view the practical needs of the teachers, students and the cataloguers. The laws, cannons, and principles have been interpreted and real problems of practical cataloguing have been(less)
The land and the people. 3.
The tales. 4.
Motifs identified in the tales. 5.
Folktale maps. 6.
Information on the tellers. Glossary of non-English terms.
References. General Index.
"The present treatise is a continuation of cultural mapping of India in N.K.
Bose's line in the field of folktales for a limited area, viz., Northeast India.
The mapping has been done from three aspects: complete tales, motifs and non motif features. The study is a novel attempt in both the global and Indian contexts of anthropology and folklore/folkloristics.
Its novelty in anthropology, both in the global and Indian contexts, lies in its using folktale motifs for cultural mapping. Its novelty in the global context of folkloristics involves several points: first, it is the first time attempt to prepare maps for a tract of land with respect to motifs; second, it is furnished with a table that(less)
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Potential and classification: 1. Potential of agroforestry as source of medicinal plants/A.
S. Gill, A.
K. Bisaria and S.
2. Pharmacognosy of the plant Irvingia gabonensis (O'Rorke) Baill.
Rai, M. Shok and P.
3. Studies on the botanical identity of a Unani drug 'Badam-talkh'/Shamima Hashmi, Faizan Ahmad, M.
A. Rashid and Wazahat Hussain.
4. Gliricidia sepium : a multipurpose legume for revegetating derelict ecosystems of the tropics/Nirmal Sharma, J.
S. Qadry, B.
Subramaniam and A.K.
Seed science and technology: 1. Development and maturation of soybean seed (Glycine max (L.
Sabir-Ahamed and C.P.
Influence of delaying harvest on seed quality in soybean (Glycine max (l.) Merrill.
)/A. Sabir-Ahamed and C.
3. Seed development and maturation of Echinochloa crus-galli/Jerlin R.
and Jacqueline A. Selvaraj.
4. Standardisation of optimum season and seed treatments for yield and seed quality in Kolinji (Tephrosia purpurea Pers.
Radha, K. Ramamoorthy and S(less)
2. Basic principles.
3. Colloids in nanotechnology.
4. Seeing nano.
5. Nanoscale manufacturing systems.
6. Primitive molecular manufacturing systems.
7. Incremental improvement.
8. High performance nano and micro systems.
9. Nanofactory architecture and operation.
10. Product design and performance.
11. Nanomachines and molecular manufacturing.
12. Nanotechnology and industry.
13. Nanotechnology and world's energy problems.
14. Medical applications of nanotechnology.
15. Veterinary applications of nanotechnology.
16. Nanotechnology: environment, health and safety.
17. Nanotechnology in food and agriculture.
18. Nanotechnology and ethical responsibility.
Subject index. "Nanotechnology is defined as research and technology development at the atomic, molecular and macromolecular levels at the scale of approximately 1-100 nanometer range, to provide a fundamental understanding of phenomena and materials at the nanoscale and to create and use structures, devices and systems that have novel properties and functions because of their small and/or intermediate size.
Therefore, it is an art of manipulating matter, atom(less)
Genome analysis/Shwu-Fan Ma. 2.
Two common DNA analysis tools/Blanca Camoretti-Mercado. 3.
Phylogenetic analysis/Shui Qing Ye. 4.
SNP and Haplotype analyses/Shui Qing Ye. 5.
Gene expression profiling by microarray/Claudia C. Dos Santos and Mingyao Liu.
6. Gene expression profiling by SAGE/Renu Tuteja.
7. Regulation of gene expression/Xiao-Lian Zhang and Fang Zheng.
8. MicroRNoma genomewide profiling by microarray/Chang-Gong Liu, Xiuping Liu, and George Adrian Calin.
9. RNAi/Li Qin Zhang.
10. Proteomic data analysis/Yurong Guo, Rodney Lui, Steven T.
Elliott, and Jennifer E. Van Eyk.
11. Protein sequence analysis/Jun Wada, Hiroko Tada and Masaharu Seno.
12. Protein function analysis/Lydie Lane, Yum Lina Yip, and Brigitte Boeckmann.
13. Functional annotation of proteins in Murine models/Shui Qing Ye.
14. Application of programming languages in biology/Hongfang Liu.
15. Web site and database design/Jerry M.
Microsoft excel and access/Dmitry N. Grigoryev.
Selected web sites. Glossary.
Index. "An emerging, ever evolving branch of science, bioinformatics has paved the(less)
1. The essence of Islam.
2. Law and religion in Islam.
3. Islamic law and theology in India.
4. The reinterpretation of Islam.
Koran index. Name index.
Subject index. "This classic work, written by one of the greatest modern scholars of Islamic law, focuses on the need for a reinterpretation of Islamic jurisprudence and for a rediscovery of its original philosophy.
Fyzee presents a fresh critique of Islam based on historical, scientific, and comparative principles. He contends that rules of law can be modified in modern times for the purpose of healthy reforms without compromising on the essential spirit of Islam.
Beginning with a brief but meaningful survey of Indian, Arabic, and Western scholarship on Islamic law and philosophy, he goes on to propose six principles for the reinterpretation of Islam. He explains his belief that in the context of law, 'the first task is to separate logically the dogmas and(less)
The need for ethical HRD: 1. Introduction and overview.
2. What is driving the need for ethical HRD? II.
Mapping the territory: the conceptual and practical framework of ethical HRD: 3. The conceptual framework.
4. Business ethics, corporate social responsibility and leadership: a review of Theory and Research.
5. The practice of ethical leadership and corporate social responsibility.
III. Contemporary issues influencing societies, organizations and HRD: 6.
Development and economics. 9.
The environment. 10.
The imperatives of HRD. Appendix: 1.
Academy of Human Resource Development Standards on Ethics and Integrity. 2.
A Summary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. 3.
The Amnesty International Human Rights Principles for Companies. 4.
Environmental Regulations, Programs, and Organizations. 5.
Descriptions of ISO 14000 and SA 8000. 6.
Social and Ethical Reporting and Consulting Organizations. References.
Index. "In Ethics and HRD, Tim Hatcher shows how human resource development departments can(less)
An approach to the concept of inclusion and exclusion in Gandhian thought/T.N.
Philosophical background of Gandhi’s thinking/Ramashray Roy. 4.
History, hope and agency: identity and politics of inclusion-the Gandhian context/Ram Krishna Mani Tripathi. 5.
Gandhian thought in the existentialist context/Naresh Dadhich. 6.
Concept of history in Hind Swaraj and War and Peace/M.T.
Gandhian philosophy, liberalism and liberalization/Nalini Pant. 8.
Strategies and stratagems in Gandhian thought/Ramjee Singh. 9.
Mahatma Gandhi’s truth oriented idealism/Surendra Kumar Verma. 10.
Relocating self-reliance and Swadeshi in he Neo-liberal context of globalization/Asha Kaushik. 11.
Gandhi and modern civilization/C.P.
Civilizing modernity: Gandhi in Hind Swaraj/Chandakala Padia. 13.
Gandhian Ashrams: laboratories for experiments with truth and non-violence/B.M.
Understanding Gandhi/Jai Narain Sharma. 15.
War with violence/Ashu Pasricha. 16.
Gandhi and art/Raman P. Sinha.
17. Early Marxists and Gandhi: three frameworks of M.
N. Roy, Lenin and Gramsci/Subrata Mukherjee.
18. Gandh’s first political(less)
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