Biological Sciences: 1. Agricultural economics.
8. Environmental studies.
9. Extension education.
16. Natural resources.
18. Wild life.
Economic and Political Aspects: 1. Agricultural economics.
5. Economic development.
8. General administration.
11. Political science.
12. Political system.
13. Public administration.
Physical Science: 1. Adventure.
8. Natural hazards.
9. Natural resources.
Social and Cultural Aspects: 1. Arts.
5. General administration.
11. Public administration.
"The Himalaya has been a source of attraction, inspiration(less)
The doctrines of the Yogacara school: 1. Yogacara metaphysics and hermeneutics.
III. The Doctrines of the Madhyamaka school: 1.
The sources of the Madhyamaka school. 2.
A general introduction to the Madhyamaka. IV.
The doctrines of the Svatantrika school: 1. The logic of the Svatantrika critique.
V. The doctrines of the Prasangika school: 1.
A General exposition of Prasangika tenets. 2.
Sravakas and Pratyekabuddhas understand reality. 3.
The status of inference in the Madhyamaka. 4.
Madhyamaka logical strategies and related polemics. 5.
Other unique tenets of the Prasangika school. 6.
The two truths and their cognition. Conclusion.
Indices. "This book is an annotated translation of one of the great Tibetan classics of Mahayana Buddhist thought, mKhas grub rje's sTong thun chen mo.
The text is a detailed critical exposition of the theory and practice of emptiness as expounded in the(less)
Clear step-by-step photographs illustrate key procedures such as injecting insulin. Packed with useful tips, plus symptoms, diet, exercise and medication, this is the complete guide to living with diabetes(less)
Enumeration of plants (A to Z). 2.
Suggested references. 3.
Abbreviated list of journals referred. 4.
Index to botanical names. "From the preface: This bibliography attempts to provide updated information till the year 2007 on work carried out in the fields of Pharmacognosy and Pharmacology of Medicinal Plants of India including some exotics/introduced/naturalized species.
The Bibliography incorporates information on 1521 species, distributed over 851 genera. The plants are arranged alphabetically.
For each plant, the correct name along with author citation is given in bold, followed by important synonyms if any in parenthesis. This is followed by authors name, arranged alphabetically (not year wise), year, full title of paper as mentioned in journal, name of journal with volume, issue and page numbers.
At the end, MAPA (Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Abstracts published from NISCAIR, CSIR, India) reference is provided wherever available; the first digits correspond to the year, followed by issue number and(less)
The period of adolescence is most closely associated with the teenage years although its physical, psychological and social expressions can begin earlier and end later(less)
2. Adolescence demographic profile : adolescent development, time use, adolescent girls.
3. Physical and mental well-being.
4. Some contexts for socialization (Family, peers, media).
5. Education and schooling.
6. Work and employment.
7. Political and civic participation.
8. Delinquency and crime.
9. Personality and adjustment.
12. Social deprivation and institutionalization.
13. Policy and programs.
"Annotating the literature of the past three decades, both theoretical and empirical, on the Indian adolescents, the present book examines the trends shaping adolescence in the areas of physical and mental well-being, family and peer relations, experience of schooling and their personality development. Issues concerning adolescents’ political participation, community involvement, social deprivation, crime, employment and services available are also addressed.
The authors project a mixed future for adolescents in India. Rapid technological advancements, increasing materialism with its impact on adolescents’ value system and lifestyles are likely to result not only in intergenerational conflicts but(less)
2. Environmental management and conservation legislation.
3. Ecological politics and economics, sustainable development.
4. Urban ecology.
5. Ethnic ecology - traditional use of natural resources.
III. Ecological Problems of Human Biology: 1.
Human growth and development as adjustments, physique. 2.
Aging and adaptation to environment. 3.
Biological adaptability mechanism of adaptative changes. 4.
Environmental physiology organismal level of adaptation. 5.
Ecology of health and diseases epidemiology. 6.
Ecology of nutrition a. nutritional status b.
food and nutrition. 7.
Ecological of human settlements, households and family. 8.
Biological effects of demographic changes a. demography b.
Genetics of human populations gene diversity related to environment. 10.
Secular changes and environment. IV.
Cultural Adaptational Behaviour: 1. Culture as means of adaptation.
2. Education for environment, strategies, in research and education.
3. Health environment and behavior, sociobiology of human population(less)
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