In 2000 she gained a First Class Honours Degree in Health studies, which included the study of Psychology, Nutrition, Biology, The Sociology of Health, Complementary Therapies and Health Promotion. Since then, she's delivered seminars and lectures in Health Promotion and Nutrition, both in Further and Higher Education.
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. You have the power to make things happen!The Art of Selling describes the basics of how you can persuade people more effectively, more ethically, and more often.
You'll also discover that there is virtually nothing on earth that brings as much personal satisfaction as being able to save another person time, money, or frustration because of the goods, products, and services you have to offer.Bestselling motivational author Zig Ziglar draws from his selling experiences to show you how to:Work smarter, not harder in your sales careerMove beyond customer service to customer satisfactionSell by design, not chanceGain control of your time and lifePolish your skills as a professional persuaderThe Art of Selling shows you the basics of how to build a more successful sales career before, during, and after the sale is made.
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And Some Of The Most Glorious Results Of This Assimilation Took Shape In The Kitchen, The Territory Of The Memsahib And Her Trusted Khansamah. Anglo-Indian Cuisine Is A Delicious Blend Of East And West, Rich With The Liberal Use Of Coconut, Yogurt And Almonds, And Flavoured With An Assortment Of Spices.
Roasts And Curries, Pulaos And Breads, Cakes And Sweetmeats, All Have A Distinctive Flavour. The Western Bias For Meats And Eggs Is Offset By The Indian Fondness For Rice, Vegetables, Curds, Papads, Pickles And Chutneys.
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Manu encompasses topics as wide-ranging as the social obligations and duties of the various castes, the proper way for a righteous king to rule and to punish transgressors, relations between men and women, birth, death, taxes, karma, rebirth and ritual practices. First translated into English in 1794, its influence spread from Nietzsche to the British Raj, and although often misinterpreted, it remains an essential work for understanding India today(less)
1. National academies.
2. Significance of art and culture.
3. Role of special libraries.
4. National academies: growth and development of their libraries.
5. Contribution of national academies to art and culture.
6. Summary and suggestions.
Index. "Art and Art Libraries in India is an outcome of the author's constant study and research on The role of special libraries in the field of art and culture with special reference to National Academies-Sahitya, Lalit Kala and Sangeet Natak (including National School of Drama-in India.
Culture is the way of the human society transmitted from one generation to the next by learning of language and other symbolic media and by experiences. Art enriches man's life, giving him a broader, deeper and more sensitive realization of life.
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Wendy Singer demonstrates that using the ‘category’ of women as a lens through which to view the practices and particularities of elections, can illuminate the whole process in profound and unexpected ways. Singer reveals that far more than simply being markers of democracy, the practice and process of elections are part of an ongoing social drama that re-enacts citizenship.
Therefore, the narratives of the women as a special category of citizen are constantly influenced by and influencing the related histories of other social groups--Dalits, minorities, and backwards classes. ‘A Constituency Suitable for Ladies’--derived from the Congress party policy in the 1960s to provide designated seats for women--interrogates the creative practices that have constituted India’s efforts at finding suitable means to assure rights of participation for(less)
Introduction: working with available light. 2.
Time and space in India: 50 million to 50,000 BCE. 3.
Civilization in the Indus Valley: 50,000 to 1500 BCE. 4.
Between the ruins and the text: 2000 to 1500 BCE. 5.
Humans, animals and Gods in the Rig Veda: 1500 to 1000 BCE. 6.
Sacrifice in the Brahmanas: 800 to 500 BCE. 7.
Renunciation in the Upanishads: 600-200 BCE. 8.
The three (or is it four?) Aims of life in the Hindu imaginary. 9.
Women and ogresses in the Ramayana : 400 BCE to 200 CE. 10.
Violence in the Mahabharata: 300 BCE to 300 CE. 11.
Dharma in the Mahabharata: 300 BCE to 300 CE. 12.
Escape clauses in the Shastras: 100 BCE to 400 CE. 13.
Bhakti in South India: 100 BCE to 900 CE. 14.
Goddesses and Gods in the Early Puranas: 300 to(less)
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Mental Health issues of children in schools. 2.
Traumatic experiences of students in school. 3.
Educational culture in urban cities. 4.
Academic stress. 5.
Learning disorders. 6.
Depression in children. 7.
Eating disorders. 8.
Autism - a developmental disorder. 9.
Mental retardation. 10.
Resilience in children. 11.
Juvenile delinquency. 12.
Parenting, family relationships and child development. 13.
Strategies to deal with victimization on school children. 14.
Democratic education, disaffection, dropout, and underachievement of children and youth in school. Bibliography.
Index. " The children need a big change in schools".
Child mental health in school is a very wide-ranging study. This book titled 'A Counsellor For School - A Child Mental Health Perspective', bound in 14 chapters, rooted in comprehensive literature review is aimed at assisting school counsellors in the better understanding and caring of mental health issues among school children.
The manuscript shall be useful not only for counsellors, teachers, parents, and(less)
The Pahari Painter. 2.
The Master of the Early Devi Mahatmya Series. 3.
The Master of the Early Rasamanjari Series. 4.
Devidasa of Nurpur. 5.
The master(s) of the Bahu 'Shangri' - Ramayana Series. 6.
The Master at the Court of Mankot. 7.
The Master at the Court of Raja Chhattar Singh of Chamba. 8.
Laharu of Chamba. 9.
Mahesh of Chamba. 10.
The Master at the Court of Mandi. 11.
Pandit Seu of Guler. 12.
Manaku of Guler. 13.
Nainsukh of Guler. 14.
The generations after Manaku and Nainsukh of Guler. 15.
Purkhu of Kangra. Bibliography.
List of figures. "Pahari Painting -- 'Painting from the Hills', often subsumed under the broad head, Rajput Painting -- has long been acknowledged as one of the great achievements of India in the realm of art.
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