Guidance--the concept and need. 2.
Areas requiring guidance at primary level. 3.
Group guidance -- concept and techniques. 4.
Individual guidance (Counselling) concept and technique. 5.
Testing and non-testing techniques of guidance. 6.
Guidance of children with special needs. 7.
Role of teacher in dealing with children with special needs. 8.
Guidance services in school. 9.
Maintenance of records. 10.
Role of counsellor in schools. Annexure.
From the preface: "Everybody needs guidance and counselling in dealing with a variety of problems and at various stages of lives. Guidance is more important in the early years of the children, when they start going to school.
These are the years most of their future attitudes in life take shape. This period is also a transition from home to school, which requires adjustments in the school.
Environment of the school may be quite different from that of home. Hence, there is importance of guidance and(less)
2. High throughput genome sequencing.
3. Genome assembly and finishing.
4. Genome databases.
5. Pair-wise sequence alignment.
6. Similarity searches software and their applications.
7. Multiple sequence alignment.
8. Phylogenetic analysis.
9. Gene prediction and annotation.
10. DNA marker data analysis.
11. Data mining for DNA markers discovery.
12. Polymerase chain reaction and PCR primer design.
Appendices. “With the decoding of whole genome sequences of many organisms, new vistas of research have emerged in computational biology.
The scientific community has free access to the genome sequence data from the public databases. Many times, it is really hard to make sense of these huge data of DNA and protein sequences.
Therefore, bioinformatics tools are used to handle, store and analyze genome sequence data for the benefit of mankind. The book has been written in a simplest possible manner so that every one should understand the basic concepts of genome sequence analysis and bioinformatics(less)
Introduction : the Buddha and Wittgenstein, but, then, why Wittgenstein? 2. The later-Wittgenstein’s philosophical techniques : an exposition.
3. The Dhamma : its conceptual structure made explicit.
4. The search for a meaning-criterion : verification? 5.
‘Truth’ (as a ‘model’) : is it falsifiable? 6. Causality-talk (methodology study 1).
7. Facts to ethics (methodology study 2).
8. Knowledge and super-perceptual knowledge : language-games.
9. Nibbana-talk and the language-game.
10. The Dhamma : its family of notions.
Bibliography. "Buddhism is a name given comparatively recently by western scholars to the message given by Gautama who became the Buddha.
The teaching of Buddha were known as dharma. It comprises a search for the native of human existence together with a firm commitment to a release from the riddle of suffering associated with it.
Therefore it appears to be ingrained in a kind of soteriology. The Buddha found solution to both the issues conceired and(less)
2. Cow milk Vs Buffalo milk.
3. Quality control laboratory and common laboratory operations.
4. Chemical examination of milk.
5. Rapid quality examination of milk.
6. Adulteration and detection of adulterants in milk.
7. Microbiological Analysis of Milk.
8. Analysis of minerals, enzymes and vitamins present in milk.
9. Analysis of aflatoxin M1, Heavy Metals, Veterinary drugs residues and pesticides residues in milk.
10. Dairy chemicals, detergents and sanitizers.
11. Analysis of dairy water and dairy effluent.
12. Clean milk production.
13. Organic milk -An opportunity for Indian dairying.
The present publication deals with composition of milk, milk ingredients analysis, microbiological analysis (milk, water, air, and dairy equipments), adulterants and contaminants analysis (especially heavy metals, aflatoxins, pesticides/insecticides residues, veterinary drugs residues and antibiotic residues). Although several Govt.
quality agencies have published their booklets/standards/official publications and some books are also available on dairy(less)
2. Sequence analysis (introduction to bioinformatics/sequence analysis).
3. Calculation of sequence alignments.
4. Computational Biology (biological database management system).
5. Computational biology: information retrieval from databases.
6. Phylogenetic analysis.
7. Phylogenetic prediction.
8. Genetic engineering.
9. DNA sequencing.
10. Genome mapping.
11. Gene identification.
Appendices: 1. List of bioinformatics course web pages.
2. Downloadable resources to power up your web browser.
3. Background/introductory material on molecular biology.
"The study of "Bioinformatics" has assumed enormous importance with the tremendous pace of progress in computational biological sciences. Bioinformatics deals with research, development, and application of computational tools and approaches for expanding the use of biological, medical, behavioral or health science data.
This book is an attempt to furnish a simple, non-mathematical text for those who desire to equip themselves with the knowledge of the elementary bioinformatics. This book has been designed to make the subject more interesting and easier to grasp.
The subject is(less)
Vector analysis: I. Multiple product of vectors.
2. Vector differentiation.
3. Differential operators (gradient, divergence and curl).
4. Vector integration (Gauss's, Green's and Stoke's theorems).
II. Analytical geometry of two dimensions: 1.
Systems of conics. 2.
Confocal conics : double contact. 3.
Polar equations of conics. III.
Analytical geometry of three dimensions: 1. The coordinates, direction cosines and projections.
2. The plane.
3. Straight line.
5. The cone and cylinder.
6. Central conicoids.
"This book offers a concise yet thorough presentation of Vector Analysis and Geometry theory and application. The book is divided into three parts i.
e. Vector Analysis; Analytical Geometry of Two Dimensions and Analytical Geometry of Three Dimensions.
The material is reinforced with numerous examples to illustrate principles and imaginative, well-illustrated problems of varying degrees of difficulty. The method of presentation of the text is as such that it emphasizes the development of computational skills and(less)
I. Different Dimensions of Academic Dependency: 1.
Academic Dependency: Some Reflections/Muchkund Dubey. 2.
Intellectual and Structural Challenges to Academic Dependency/Syed Farid Alatas. 3.
Defining Archaeology in Ghana: A Historical Interpretation/Samuel Nilirmi Nkumbaan. 4.
The Institutions of Higher Education in Burundi and Rwanda: Facing the Challenges of Post-Conflict societies/Tharcisse Nsabimana. 5.
Malaise in Indian Academia/Hetukar Jha. 6.
Academic Dependency and sociological Theorizing in the Third World: A Case Study of Akiwowo’s Asuwada Theory of Sociation/Ayokunle Olumuyiwa Omobowale. II.
Mounting Challenges to Academic Dependency: 7. Local Scholars, Global Academy/Anjan Ghosh.
8. Social Science in Chile (1957-1973): A Laboratory for an Autonomous Process of Academia-building/Fernanda Beigel.
9. Anthropology at the University of the Philippines: Examining Institutional History and Academic Dependency in a south-East Asian University/Carlos P.
Evidence, Temporality, Analytical Frameworks: Categories, Writing Procedures and Academic Dependency/Mario Ruffer. 11.
2. Signal Analysis.
3. Quantum Mechanics.
6. Fluid dynamics.
7. Group Representations.
8. Control Theory.
9. Dynamical Systems.
10. Quantum Stochastic Calculus.
11. Statistical Mechanics.
12. Antenna Theory: Analysis and Synthesis.
13. Quantum Field Theory.
14. Statistical Signal Processing Problems in Music.
15. Miscellaneous Study Project Problems.
16. BE Projects.
17. Objective type questions.
"The mathematical tools used in signal analysis involve differential and difference equations, integral equations, matrix algebra and calculus, complex analysis and probability theory and random processes. This book applies these tools to problems in various branches of physics like fluid dynamics, electromagnetism and quantum theory.
The book will be of use to research workers in signal processing as well as to research workers in physics and applied mathematics. Partial differential equations have been introduced here as an additional tool in signal analysis since they are used to describe quantum, electromagnetic and(less)
General features of elementary-school organization. 2.
Grouping children for wholesome development. 3.
Organization for instruction. 4.
Organization for supervision. 5.
Pupil personnel service. 6.
Who is leading whom? 7. Techno hero fiasco.
8. The tragedy of the early adopters.
"Administration and management of every institution plays an important role into its running effectively and successfully. Effective administration ensures is viability, success, and usefulness to the society.
The role of administration and management in managing the educational institutions is very important. The case of elementary schools is also important, as it is from where the students get readied for their future success and foundations for their future lives are laid.
"The book discusses various facets of administering and managing the elementary schools in myriads of ways. In today's circumstances the book fulfills a great void.
"It is hoped that this book will fulfill a great need in the field of elementary education and(less)
2. English structure.
3. Elementary transformational generative grammar and case grammar.
4. Language varieties.
6. Stylistics and literary appreciation.
7. Theme writing.
Bibliography. "Elementary Linguistics and phonetics has been written according to the syllabus prescribed by Indian Universities for post-graduate examinations and combines chapters on linguistics (General, structural, socio and psycho), phonetics stylistics and theme writing.
Topics have been treated precisely, yet enough details have been included to make them complete and through and it is hoped that this slender volume will prove of assistance to those for whom it has been prepared. At the end of each chapter will be found solved exercise that have been set in the university question papers.
Questions on literary appreciation and theme writing have been fully solved to provide models and to encourage students to think on their own. Sincere thank are due to authors and publishers whose books have(less)
6. Advaita and language.
Index. "For ever a millennium, Sankara's Advaitism: non-dualism, has been exposed to extensive discussion, debate, and even polemic.
In modern times, it has often been viewed as a system of metaphysical thought, involving a set of several subtle, though interrelated, doctrines -- which all have the Upanisads at their base. But, wittingly or unwittingly, modern theoreticians/ scholars tend to gloss over Sankara's acumen as a philosophical analyst --though his interpretations of the Upanisadic writings have indisputably shown his uncommon, rather unrivalled, genius for logic and meticulous philosophical analysis.
Professor Ramamurty's work is, thus, a departure from run-of-the-mill studies attempting, as it does, an in-depth "conceptual analysis" of Advaita Vedanta. The book does not just present Advaita as a system of metaphysical thought.
It is essentially an off-beat effort seeking to philosophically analyse the concepts of Atman,(less)
Popular puzzles are used to motivate students' interest and strengthen their skills in algorithmic problem solving. Other learning-enhancement features include chapter summaries, hints to the exercises, and a detailed solution manual(less)
2. Organoleptic test and temperature.
3. Determination of pH.
4. Clot On Boiling (COB).
5. Alcohol test.
6. Sediment test.
7. Ten-minute Resazurin test.
8. Alizarin-alcohol test.
9. Direct of microscopic count.
10. Detection of mastitis.
11. Methylene Blue Reduction Test (MBRT).
12. One-hour Resazurin reduction test for raw milk.
13. Standard operating procedures for acidity estimation and alkaline phosphatase test.
14. Determination of specific gravity of milk by lactometer and calculation of solid-not-fat of milk.
15. Detection of urea in milk.
16. Determination of fat in milk by Gerber method.
17. Determination of milk fat by electronic milk tester.
18. Detection of preservatives in milk.
19. Detection of neutralizers in milk.
20. Detection of adulterants in milk.
21. Determination of aflatoxin M1 content in milk by High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC).
22. Estimation of lead in milk by Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer (AAS).
23. Standard operating procedures for testing of(less)
The eighteenth century. 2.
The education of the poor in the eighteenth century. 3.
Day schools for the poor. 4.
Educational ideas to the time of the reform bill. 5.
The state and elementary education. 6.
The committee of privy council on education. 7.
The conflict of parties. 8.
Payment by results. 9.
Universal compulsory education. 10.
The completion of a national system. Index.
From the foreword: "The story of the development of our national system of elementary schools in the nineteenth century has a special value. If the period is poor in the names of great educators, it has the advantage of showing how the religious, social, political and economic factors in the national life have influenced the evolution of the people’s schools, and of illustrating the origins of problems and controversies whose echoes are still heard.
It was this view that determined the starting point, and which led to the(less)
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