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Essential banking law and practice. 4.
Banking Companies (Acquisition and Transfer of Undertakings) Act, 1970. 5.
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Amendments to the Banking Regulation Act, 1949. 7.
Business of banking companies. 8.
The relationship between banker and customer. 9.
Modern Commerce, modern banking and e-Commerce. Bibliography.
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Introductory Part: 1. Classified catalogue.
II. Entry Part: 5.
Single author. 7.
Two authors. 8.
Three or more authors. 9.
Pseudonym author. 10.
Anonymous work. 11.
Note section. 15.
Series note. 16.
Extract note. 17.
Extraction note. 18.
Accession number. 19.
Tracing section. 20.
Corporate body. 21.
Book index entry. 25.
Title as heading. 26.
Ordinary composite book. 27.
Multi-volumed book. 28.
Artificial composite book. 29.
Periodical publication. 30.
Union catalogue. III.
Practical Examples: 31. Practical examples.
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4. Geography: i.
Drainage system. ii.
Vegetation: i. Littoral.
6. Man made vegetation.
7. Botanical history.
8. Status of plant exploration.
9. Analysis of the flora.
11. Conservation measures proposed.
12. Utilisation aspects of the flora.
14. Doubtful and excluded species.
15. Selected bibliography.
16. Flora (Systematic enumeration): i.
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Introduction/Lallanji Gopal. A : I.
Background and origins: 1. Pre-Vedic and Vedic background.
2. Pre-Buddha roots of Buddhistic ideas.
3. Society and thought-ferment which produced the Buddha.
II. The Triratna: 4.
The Buddha : formative influences. 5.
Life of Gotama the Buddha. 6.
The Dhamma. 7.
The Sangha. Appendix : Buddhist Sramanas in Megasthenes and other Greek writers.
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The four Buddhist councils. 2.
Early Buddhist sects. 3.
Expansion of Buddhism. 4.
Causes of the success of Buddhism. 5.
Mahayana Buddhism. 6.
Tantrika Buddhism. II.
Buddhism and Indian culture: 7. Place of Buddhism in Indian history and culture.
8. Social philosophy of Buddhism.
9. Buddhist political thought.
10. Buddhist historiography and philosophy of history.
11. Buddhist system of education.
12. Buddhist literature and art.
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Decline and disappearance. 14.
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Relations and functions. 3.
Techniques of counting. 4.
Partial ordering relations. 5.
Discrete probability. II.
6. Recurrence relations.
Boolean algebra. IV.
10. Graph Theory.
Algebraic system. 13.
Finite state machine. Index.
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