The yeasts. 3.
Saccharifying agents: methods of production and uses. 4.
The production of industrial alcohol by fermentation. 5.
Facts and theories concerning the mechanism of the Ethyl Alcohol fermentation. 6.
The distilling industries. 9.
Production of yeast and yeast products. 10.
The Glycerol fermentation. 11.
The bacteria. 12.
The Acetone-Butanol fermentation. 13.
The Acetone-Ethanol fermentation. 14.
The Butyl Alcohol-Isopropyl Alcohol fermentation. 15.
The Acetic Acid bacteria and some of their biochemical activities. 16.
The production of Lactic Acid by fermentation. 17.
Some Lactic Acid bacteria and some fermented milk products. 20.
The Propionic Acid fermentation. 22.
The production and properties of 2,3-Butanediol. 23.
Some minor bacterial activities with industrial implications. 24.
The molds. 25.
The Citric Acid fermentation. 26.
The Gluconic Acid fermentation. 27.
The Fumaric Acid fermentation. 28.
The Gallic Acid fermentation. 29.
The Itaconic and Itatartaric Acid(less)
Conceptualisation of the problem. 2.
The evolution of an industrial sector in Sri Lanka the initial phase. 3.
Private industrial accumulation in Sri Lanka. 4.
The cyclical behaviour of industrial accumulation. 5.
The slow growth in industrial investment up to 1977: the disparate forces. 6.
Industrial accumulation and market forces. 7.
Concluding remarks. Appendices.
"Sri Lanka has been struggling to become an industrial nation over the last half century. State capital, domestic private capital and foreign capital have played different roles individually, each in their own way.
There was no collectivity among them for achieving the common national objective. In countries, which were successful in achieving their national objectives, the above tripod seems to have performed as an alliance in achieving the common goal.
Sri Lanka has every potential for industrial development. What it requires is the collective action of the above factors.
The non-economic elements become hostile to private(less)
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Energy scenario of the Central Asian Republics: i. Oil sector.
xi. Hydro power.
3. India's energy scenario: i.
Energy cooperation with the region. 4.
Bilateral Cooperation: i. India-Kazakhstan relations.
ii. India-Uzbekistan relations.
iii. India-Turkmenistan relations.
iv. India-Tajikistan relations.
v. India-Kyrgyzstan relations.
vi. India-Azerbaijan relations.
Transport linkages: i. North South international transport corridor.
6. Geopolitics of oil and gas.
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1. The international aspects of the needs of environmental assessment.
2. Environmental assessment in perspective.
3. EIA process.
5. Social impact assessment.
6. The urban environmental impact assessment.
7. EIA in developed countries and aid agencies.
8. EIA and international conventions.
9. Environmental Risk Assessments (EnRa).
10. Monitoring and mitigation.
11. Environmental assessment and cont-benefit analysis for sustainability assurance.
12. EIA reporting.
"The importance of environmental protection and conservation measures has been increasingly recognized during the past two decades. It is now generally accepted that economic development strategies must be compatible with environmental goals.
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Koti Rao, S. Charlotte Kumari, K.
Sarada Mary and J. Vijayamma.
4. Conservation of medicinal plant biodiversity in India: achievements and challenges/P.
E. Rajasekharan and Vibha Rao.
5. Biological diversity: need of future/B.
6. Biodiversity conservation and traditional knowledge/Prashant Kumar Mishra.
7. Biodiversity of cyanophyceae in Sonvad Project Dam and Devbhane Dam of Dhule, Maharashtra (India)/S.
N. Nandan and D.
8. Bio-diversity conservation - cry of the nature?/Maruthanayagam C.
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9. Economic importance of some flowers and minor fruits; ethno-ecological approach of conservation/Archana Banerjee.
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Management of salt-affected and waterlogged soils in Indira Gandhi Nahar Project areas of Western Rajasthan/K.K.
Singh and B.B.
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6. Impact of Indira Gandhi Canal Irrigation on vegetation of the Thar desert/B.
Kapoor and Ritu. 7.
Edible wild plants of the arid region of Rajasthan/R.K.
Forage production and rangeland management in the arid and semi-arid regions/R. Kumar.
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Breach of Contract 12. Contract of Indemnity & Guarantee 13.
Contract of Agency Part B. Sale of Goods Act 1930, 14.
Introduction 15. Conditions and Warranties 16.
Transfer of Ownership and Delivery of Goods. 17.
Unpaid Seller Part C. Negotiable Instrument Act, 18.
Negotiation Instrument Definition, Features & Type 19. Parties of Negotiable Instrument 20.
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Crossing and Bouncing of Cheque Part D. Indian Partnership Act, 23.
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iii). Wind energy.
iv). Nuclear energy.
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viii). Hydrogen energy.
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iii). Break-even point calculation.
iv). Pay-back period calculation.
v). Cost benefit analysis.
vi). Life cycle costing.
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vii). Economics of energy conversion processes.
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Power & energy measuring devices. ii).
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Units and conversion factors for energy management. 7.
Principles of energy conservation: i). Energy losses in transmission.
ii). Industrial energy conservation.
iii). Energy conservation in transport system.
iv). Energy conservation in buildings by solar architecture.
v). Energy conservation in agricultures.
8. Energy management: i).
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6. Nanotechnology makes difference to materials, markets and development in various sciences and industries.
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UNGASS commitments. 3.
Purpose of the assessment. 4.
International programming framework. 5.
HIV affected and other vulnerable children. 6.
Objectives of the assessment. 7.
Assessment partners. 8.
Timetable for the assessment. 9.
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Methodology of the assessment: 1. Key assessment questions and issues.
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4. Sources of data.
5. Focus group research.
6. Social, legal and policy research on widows and orphans.
7. Literature review.
8. Limitations of the assessment.
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The hidden AIDS epidemic in Bangladesh. 2.
Factors fuelling growth. 3.
Linkage of high risk behaviors. 4.
Low epidemic knowledge. 5.
Global epidemic trends in Bangladesh. 6.
Social and economic impact. 7.
Absorption of resources. 8.
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