The Report argues that desired reforms need to be geared towards establishment of specific private and community property right in groundwater, preferably tradable property rights. It shows that modernized information systems, innovative planning, implementation and monitoring strategies, and focused evaluation systems supplemented by the efficient governance mechanisms are the way forward.
Balancing Environmental Challenges: Policies and Programmes. 2.
Eco-Friendly Innovation: Promising Practices. 3.
Wildlife Conservation: issues and challenges. 4.
Cultural dimensions of pollution. 5.
Community based environment governance: issues and practices. 6.
Sustainable development: concepts and vision. 7.
Solid waste management: issues and challenges. 8.
Population explosion and sustainable development. List of contributors.
Index. “This volume is based on the proceedings of the First Global Summit on Sustainable Development and Biodiversity (Gloss 2008), organized during 7-9, February 2009 at Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India.
The objectives of this Global Summit were to bring together academics, administrators, policymakers, corporate executives and social activists on a common platform to initiate meaningful dialogue relating to Sustainable Biodiversity Conservation, Climate Change and Global Warming, Environmental Governance and Sustainable Development. A very important objective of this Summit was to identify a mechanism for implementation of the resolutions of Millennium Development Goals (MDG’s).
The issues of climate change and global warming(less)
Composting and Vermi composting/A.C.
Shaktawat and Mahendra Singh. 3.
Biogas plant slurry/N.S.
Farm organic residue recycling/U.S.
Rawat and S.C.
Gupta and L.L.
Phosphorus solubilizing microorganisms/A.C.
Gupta, Anu Kalia, M.S.
Hungan and S.K.
Vesicular Arbiscular Mycorrhiza (VAM)/R.P.
Gupta, Anu Kalia, R. Guleri, M.
S. Pandher, R.
K. Hungen, S.
K. Gosal and S.
14. Neem products/B.
15. Slow/controlled release fertilizers/B.
16. Insecticides and soil microorganisms/H.
Cyanobacteria for amelioration of salt-affected soils/B.D.
Biochemistry of nitrogen fixation/Vimal Sharma. 19.
Production and quality control in microbial inoculants/F.M.
Bhandari and U.S.
Rawat. Subject index.
"Fertilizers are responsible for 50% crops yield increases in recent times. The continuous use of high levels of(less)
2. History and development of air law in India: a survey/V.
S. Mani and V.
Balakista Reddy. 3.
History of aviation/G.S.
A survey of current air law in India/S. Bhatt.
5. Organisation of civil aviation department in India/M.
6. The Aircraft Act 1934 and Aircraft Rules 1937/Rishal Singh.
7. An analysis of the Chicago Convention of 1944/V.
Balakista Reddy. 8.
Liberalisation of international air transportation--a legal study/A. Sudhakara Reddy.
9. Environmental protection measures and air law in India/V.
Balakista Reddy. 10.
India and Bilateral air services agreements/M.R.
Sivaraman and Rishal Singh. 11.
Liability of the carrier under the Indian carriage by Air Act 1972/J.C.
International aviation liability with special reference to Warsaw regime/A. Sudhakara Reddy.
13. The relevance of consumer protection act to claims concerning carriage by air/G.
14. Airlines ownership: emerging patterns/Rajendra Maheswari and Pushpa Maheshwari.
15. Air law and airspace management in India/M.
Child development: theoretical and conceptual issues. 2.
Growth and development of children. 3.
Stages and principles of child development. 4.
Aspects of development. 5.
From conception to birth. 7.
Basic factors in development of child. 8.
Physical growth and development. 9.
The development of human understanding. 10.
Child survival I. 11.
Child survival II. Index.
"The fourth psychosocial crisis is handled, for better or worse, during what he calls the "school age", presumably up to and possibly including some of junior high school. Here the child learns to master the more formal skills of life: (1) Relating with peers according to rules, (2) Progressing from free play to play that may be elaborately structured by rules and may demand formal teamwork, such as baseball and (3) Mastering social studies, reading, arithmetic.
Homework is a necessity, and the need for self-discipline increases yearly. The child who, because of his successive and(less)
1. Bangladesh education sector - an overview/Mahmudul Alam and Syed Fahad Siddique.
2. Policy-making in education sector of Bangladesh: role of state, donors and other stakeholders/Mahmudul Alam and Delwar Hossain.
3. Universal Primary Education (UPE) in Bangladesh: aspects of efficiency and equity/Mahmudul Alam and Romij Ahmed.
4. Bangladesh secondary education: performance and correlates/Mahmudul Alam.
5. Private universities in Bangladesh: sustainable innovations or promising flickers/M.
Shamsul Haque and Mahmudul Alam. From the Foreword: "The book is a collection of policy-oriented research articles on important issues such as primary, secondary and tertiary levels of education of Bangladesh/renowned educationists/researchers of the country have contributed in this volume.
In recent times rapid transformation of economic structure, policies and institutions are being observed on a global scale. More so for education sector because this is identified as crucial factor for sustainable economic growth and achievement of development goals.
Although the country has witnessed a significant development in(less)
Environmental impact assessment/T.I.
Environmental aftermath of Gulf War between Iraq and Kuwait/T.I.
Forest management -retrospect and prospect/V.S.
Forest ecosystem of India/M.K.
Scope and management of Aravali plantations/M.K.
Biodiversity: concepts and need of conservation/T.I.
Tropical deforestation and its consequences with references to biodiversity in India/T.I.
The desert ecosystem and its sustainability/Ishwar Prakash. 11.
An overview of Thar desert: desertification, fauna, flora and developmental activities/M.L.
Environmental education/A. Ghafoor Ghaznawi.
13. Fundamentals of remote sensing/S.
Nuclear power and environmental safety/P.K.
Nuclear accidents, Chernobyl and aftermath/H.C.
Air pollution control with respect to particulate matter/A.B.
Greenhouse effect, climate change and impacts/T.I.
Khan and Vimlesh Chaudhary. 20.
Water management for sustainable development/Kapil Gupta. 21.
Biodiversity conservation and sustainable development. 2.
Conservation of biodiversity, prospects and concern. 3.
Role of education and ecological conservation for a sustainable society: a general outlook. 4.
Community participation and sustainable development: a focus. 5.
Toxicity of Vanadium--An ultra trace element. 6.
Optimisation of harvesting Catla Catla in a freshwater environment. 7.
Stem cell technology and It's future. 8.
Environmental pollution by heavy metal Cadmium: Toxic effects on R.N.
A. Content of a fresh water fish Oreochromis Mossambicus, Peters.
9. Biodiversity in 21 century: a study of Wildlife Sanctuary in Orissa.
10. Heavy metal pollution in water: devils in disguise.
"This book contains 10 articles on biodiversity, its conservation, prospects, need of education and technological conservation, community participation, hazards of chemicals and industrial substances to habitats on air, water etc., fish, stem cell technology, Biodiversity in 21 century, management of environment for biodiversity conservations.
The contributors and academicians, researchers, administrators of(less)
1. Exploration, utilization, conservation and management of biodiversity of non-timber forest resource: current trends on environmental concept/R.
2. GIS: an advanced tool to study biodiversity/Utpala Parthasarathy.
3. Some threaten plant and animal species of Goalpara District (Assam) and Garo hills (Meghalaya), India/M.
Studies of Rhizobium association with sesbania species: a review/K.V.
Mallaiah and M. Sridevi.
5. Some fundamental facts about grasses/A.
6. Sustainable management of soil fertility in rainfed farming systems/Santosh Kumar Mehar and S.
Studies of phytoplanktonic diversity of Grasisar Tank, Jaisalmer (India)/Sandhya Tyagi, Dilip K. Rathore and Govind K.
Change detection in Wetland environment: a comparative study of Hasila, Kumri and Urpad Beels in Goalpara District, Assam/M. Ahmed.
9. Spirogyra Pandeyii Sp.
Nov. : A new member of zygnemaceae from India/Madhurima Singh and Madhavi Srivastava.
10. Turn over rate of forest floor litter and biodiversity aspects of Similipal biosphere reserve/R.
K. Mishra, S(less)
Amusement Park Cum Water Park 3. Astrology Institute 4.
Banquet Hall 5. Bio-Technology Institute 6.
College 7. Cold Storage 8.
Computer Education Institute 9. Community Centre 10.
Dental College 11. Engineering College 12.
Entertainment Club 13. Fast Food Parlour 14.
Fashion Technology Institute 15. Golf Course 16.
Health Club & Fitness Center (Gym) 17. Health Club Cum Beauty Parlour With Sonabath 18.
Hotel Industry (Five Star Category) 19. Holiday Resorts 20.
Hospital Cum Research Centre 21. Hostel 22.
Hostel With Mess 23. Laundry & Dry Cleaners 24.
Multiplex Cum Entertainment Centre 25. Mega Food Park 26.
Motel/Small Hotel 27. Medical College 28.
Medical College, Hospital And Research Institute 29. Mental Retardation Hospital & Cerebral Palsy 30.
Management Institute For B.Ed, Law & Bio Technology 31.
Nursing Home (25 Beds) 32. Pre Nursery School 33.
Pre Nursery, Nursery And K.G.
School 34. Restaurant With Pub(less)
I. Introduction inscriptions numismatics and manuscripts : 1.
Introduction (scope and sources). 2.
Inscriptions : A. Early Brahmi.
B. Middle Brahmi.
C. Late Brahmi (Haryana style, Himachal style, Punjab style, and Chitral style).
D. Later phase of the script (Kabul style, Gilgit style, and Chamba style).
E. Sarada group.
F. Early Nagari group.
3. Numismatics : A.
Tribal coins. B.
Coins of the foreign dynasties (Indo-Greek, Kushana, Indo-Sussanian, Huns). C.
Miscellaneous (Kashmir, Taxila, Sunet, Ohind or Kabul & some uncertain coins). 4.
Manuscripts : A. Some manuscripts exhibiting middle and late phases of Brahmi.
B. Some records in slanting variety of late Brahmi.
C. The upright variety of late Brahmi.
II. The development of the Brahmi alphabet: 5.
The development of the Brahmi alphabet : A. Vowels.
C. Medial vowel signs.
D. Anusvara & Anunasika.
E. Visargas, Jihvamuliya & Upadhmaniya.
G. Absence of vowels (Halantas).
Participatory approach for biodiversity conservation: 1. Conservation of biodiversity in India: an erosion of social responsibility/Nagendra P.
Conserving biodiversity: role of eco-tourism/Prakash P. Bakre.
3. Gender and biodiversity management in India/M.
S. Swaminathan Foundation.
4. Role of financial institutions in conserving biodiversity/V.
S. Bhaduria and V.
Diversity and conservation of shrubs of hot arid region of Rajasthan, India/J.P.
Rathore and R.K.
Biodiversity and agricultural sustainability: 6. Biodiversity and sustainable agricultural development: emerging issues and concerns/P.
7. Crop biodiversity: conservation, characterization and utilization/B.
8. Biodiversity for sustainable soil health and agricultural productivity/A.
K. Patra and P.
9. Main stream in agro-biodiversity conservation and management/M.
N. Jha, Anil Pandey and Sonia Kumari.
III. Enhancing soil biodiversity for increasing productivity: 10.
Recent biotechnological approaches for exploring soil biodiversity/A.K.
Patra and S.C.
Microbial diversity in soil: current knowledge and challenges/J.C.
Tarafdar and Sushma Dave. 12(less)
The volumes in the series not only document but also analyse the evolution of ideas and strategies and the concrete measures that were taken to shape policies and programmes for women in India. The Report of the Committee on the Status of Women in India' was described as a historic benchmark' when it was first published in 1974.
It forced a reconceptualization of the prevalent discourse on issues of gender and economic well-being, political participation, law, health and family welfare. Towards Equality: Report of the Committee on the Status of Women in India presents this report and its impact on the nation building process of post-colonial India.
Biodiversity concept meaning and functions. 2.
Agricultural biodiversity. 3.
Indian biodiversity. 4.
Biodiversity and food security. 5.
Biodiversity loss. 6.
Climate change and biodiversity. 7.
Biodiversity convention and conservation. 8.
Peoples biodiversity register. 9.
Biodiversity economic valuation. 10.
Biodiversity measurement. 11.
Biodiversity survey techniques. 12.
Bioregional planning. 13.
Gender and biodiversity. 14.
Indigenous knowledge and biodiversity. 15.
Biodiversity education. Glossary.
References. "Biodiversity is the variety of plant and animal life found in an ecosystem and the variation in their genetic make up.
Biodiversity is a measure of the health of an ecosystem, with healthy ecosystem having greater variety and variation in plant and animal life than unhealthy ones. It is a large number and wide range of species of animals, plants, fungi, and microorganisms.
Ecologically wide biodiversity is conducive to the development of all species. Biodiversity a contraction of the phrase "biological diversity', is a complex topic, covering many aspects of biological(less)
1. Research design and methodology.
2. Dairying and development of milk co-operatives in India.
3. Growth of milk co-operatives in Kolhapur District.
4. Growth of milk co-operatives in sample villages.
5. Impact of milk co-operatives on rural development.
6. Challenges before milk unions.
7. Pricing of milk in co-operative sector.
8. Conclusions and suggestions.
"This book is concerned with the development of dairy co-operatives in India. It is power time to review the working of dairy co-operatives in India, as co-operative movement has completed its century.
This book gives the origin of dairy in general and the co-operative dairy in particular. The role played by private as well as co-operative organisations is explained in the book.
The efforts of NDDB, the work done by AMUL, etc has been analysed. The book also covers dairy development in Maharashtra, one of the developed states in Co-operative Movement in India.
The aim of this book(less)
Organic agriculture: introduction. 2.
Organic agriculture development in India by government. 3.
Organic agriculture development initiatives by private sector. 4.
Organic standards. 5.
Organic certification. 6.
Organic-soil fertility management. 7.
Organic-pest management. 8.
Organic processing and marketing. 9.
Government stakeholders and their roles in organic promotion. 10.
Human resource and agripreneurship development. Annexures.
"Organic Agriculture Development in India an attempt has been made alongwith analyzing the current status of organic agriculture development in the country, also documents the experiences of all stakeholders to evolve an action plan for the future. "In ten units, each covering one important aspect of organic agriculture development the book evaluates the role played by different agencies against international development in this sector.
"In this book, Mukesh Gupta systematically introduces the ABC Model for private sector initiatives in organic agriculture in India. "Finally, the readers will find the book useful in developing a complete and comprehensive(less)
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