Computer Applications (CA) and Information Technology (IT) through a single book. East chapter addresses fundamental concepts, popular technologies and current state-of-the-art topics.
Complete with numerous illustrative diagrams, practical examples, chapter summaries, end-of-chapter questions and glossary of important terms. It is suitable for use as a textbook for various foundation course taught in Bachelor’s, Master’s, Diploma and Certificate programs in Computer Science (CS), Computer Applications (CA), and Information Technology (IT).
It provides an idea of some such courses offered in BE (CS), BE (IT), B.Tech (CS), B.
Tech (IT), BCA, BCS, B.Sc.
(IT), MCA, MCS, MCM, M.Sc.
(IT), DCA, PGDCA, C-DAC’s Diploma Programs, DOEACC Certificate Courses, etc. Textbook Style of Presentation and Lecture notes CD included with the book make it suitable for use as a textbook for such courses.
Students and IT Professionals will find it suitable for use as a reference book as well. Candidates preparing for various Entrance Tests and Competitive Examinations will also find it suitable for preparing for potions on CS, CA and IT.
The Book covers major concepts and courses in the field, including: Foundation of Computers Database, Data Warehousing and Data Mining Digital Systems Design Data Communication & Computer NetworksComputer Architecture Internet and Web TechnologyAlgorithms & Data Structures Information SecurityFundamentals of Programming Computer Applications & ServicesSystem Analysis & Design Modern Trends in IT and many more……….Operating Systems(less)
The book follows Bismillah Khan as he grows from child to man, Shagird to Ustad, pupil to legend-from his early days when he charged five rupees for a programme to the days when each performance commanded anything between five to ten lakh rupees. Bismillah Khan’s life is played out against the streets, galis and muhallas of Benaras, its ghats, temples, mehfils and musicians, bringing to life an era that has since passed.
The author recreates in delightful detail the moves and manners of twentieth century Benaras, its wealthy aristocrats and courtesans and the many artists who interacted with both. The colourful strands of Benarasi society(less)
Digital libraries. 2.
Digital library infrastructure. 3.
Information dissemination. 4.
Technology trends. 5.
Digital preservation. 6.
Acquisition, retrieval and rendering. 7.
Information technology investments. 8.
Meta-information environment. 9.
Academic digital libraries. 10.
Text encoding. 11.
Indexing and access for digital libraries. 12.
Metadata libraries. 13.
Cataloging and metadata. 14.
Multimedia content management. 15.
Electronic publishing. 16.
Support for online learners. 17.
Reforming copyright. 18.
Digital library developments. Index.
"The changes in technology using electronically stored and retrieval information has changed the way patrons and students are able to access, retrieve and use information. The instantaneous access of information through the internet has made vast amounts of information and data available to anyone with a computer, a modem and a provider.
Digital information is changing the role of librarians from a person who students ask for assistance in finding information in a place called a library to someone who needs to provide services(less)
Born into a humble family in Bakhtiyarpur, Nitish joined the Lohiaite Socialist Party and built his constituency, literally day by day, forgoing a stable job to travel to distant villages, suffering both financial hardship and ridicule for the eight years it took him to win people s confidence. Veteran journalist Arun Sinha tells the story of Nitish Kumar s rise against the larger canvas of social and political upheaval in Bihar, exploring the emergent desire for equality that drove progressive movements from late 1960s onwards and brought about a regime change by the 1990s.
After an initial association with Lalu Prasad Yadav, Nitish Kumar rejected identity politics, recognizing that Bihar had to transcend caste if it was to grow. Nitish Kumar and the Rise of Bihar is a clear-sighted study of Indian electoral politics that(less)
Bhasa's plays: 1. Abhisekanatakam.
4. Daridra Carudattam.
III. Bhasa Mahotsavam.
IV. Kutiyattam and Bhasa plays.
V. Bhasa plays in performance: 1.
Bibliography: 1. Principal works (text).
3. Bio - critical notices.
Index. "This is the first and probably the last encyclopaedia of Indian theatre of this millenium.
A multi-volume reference work, the first few of which will be a definite guide to great masters of ancient Indian drama such as Bhasa, Kalidasa, Bhavabhuti, Bodhayana, Sudraka, Vishakhadutt etc. The later volumes will be so designed to give a cornucopia of information.
The Indian stage from its beginnings to the(less)
J. Swaminathan was to describe him "as a bird who has forgotten how to stop migrating".
For over four decades now, Himmat has demonstrated his leading preoccupations, primarily in drawing and sculpture. If one stands back to take a telescopic view of his sculpture, it would probably fall in the areas of enigma, domesticity and sheer whim.
Himmat turns conventional scale into a mockery and allows for sheer play to dominate his vision, wherein architectural structures are dwarfed and heads enlarged to an enigmatic monumentality. Himmat Shah's work does not appear to judge the human condition.
Instead, it appears to present its existential state, through terms that defy simple(less)
Changing trends in livestock production. 2.
Economic considerations for livestock production. 3.
Dairy economics. 4.
Dairy cooperatives and economic planning. 5.
Economics of dairy marketing. 6.
Cost-effective dairy feeding programmes. 7.
Economics of sheep production. 8.
Economics of poultry production. 9.
Economics of rabbit rearing. 10.
Costs of livestock feed resources. 11.
Economics of livestock disease control. 12.
Sustainable livestock production. Bibliography.
Index. "Livestock economics, or the application of economic methods to optimising the decisions made by livestock producers, grew to prominence around the turn of the 20 century.
It focused on maximising the yield of livestocks while maintaining a good ecosystem. Throughout the last century, the discipline expanded and the current scope of the discipline is much broader.
Livestock economics today includes a variety of applied areas, having considerable overlap with conventional economics. It combines the technical aspects of livestock production with the business aspects of management, marketing and finance.
Fifty years of United Nations. 2.
United Nations system. 3.
United Nations and World Affairs. 4.
Restructuring, reforming, reorganising the UN system. 5.
Towards better global Governance. Volume II: UN: A National Perspective: Preface.
1. Major conflicts around the world, preventive diplomacy and conflict resolution.
2. Foundations of global peace and human rights: the UN perspective.
3. UN intervention and peace enforcement.
4. Peace-making and peace-keeping : a regional focus.
5. Peace-keeping : a national perspective.
Volume III: UN: The Peace Initiatives: Preface. 1.
Peace initiatives and UN. 2.
UN peace and disarmament agenda. 3.
UN social and political agenda. 4.
UN and human rights agenda. 5.
UN and world peace. Volume IV: UN: Redefining Development Goals: Preface.
1. Global development goals and UN.
2. Internation trade and economic goals.
3. Achieving social and cultural goals.
4. Towards restoring environment and poverty.
5. Redefining development and(less)
Bhatta Narayana. 3.
Krishna Mishra. 10.
Rupa Gosvamin. 13.
Visakhadatta. "This is a bio-bibliograhical work that offers a wealth of information on these major Sanskrit dramatists, providing almost everything you need to know about them in the form of a comprehensive information package furnishing the date, time, legends and life of each dramatists.
"An insight into their work is offered through critical views on their writings followed by synopsis, list of dramatis personae, time analysis and plots of the plays. An exhaustive bibliography of works and their translations in Indian and foreign languages and a select bio-critical notices enhance the scope of this unique encyclopaedia.
Above it, the reference book provides historical awareness to the performance of various plays over the last two centuries supported by very rare and invaluable(less)
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.
Angiosperms: a. Dicotyledons.
From the foreword: "After C.E.
Parkinson published the Forest Flora of Andaman Islands in the year 1923, there has been no exhaustive floristic work published either on the Andaman Group of Islands or the Nicobar Group till date. The Botanical Survey of India, Andaman and Nicobar Circle, Port Blair established in 1972 has undertaken extensive and intensive studies on the plant diversity of the isles.
While the writing of Flora of Andaman & Nicobar Islands is(less)
Perspectives on the Emergence of Language. 2.
Acquiring Reading in Language: An Introduction. 3.
Language Technology: A First Overview. 4.
Art as a Language for Communication and Critical Awareness. 5.
Language Development and Knowledge Acquisition in Education. 6.
Communication and the Construction of Knowledge: A Challenge for Interaction. 7.
Language and Culture in International Legal Communication. 8.
Speech, Language and Communication Impairments. 9.
Issues of Natural Language and Communication. 10.
Language Education: Intercultural Communicative Competence and Curriculum. 11.
Intercultural communication in English Language Teacher Education. 12.
Language and Communication Problems in an Asian Community. 13.
The Origin of Language and Communication. 14.
Language and Multilingualism in Scientific Communication. 15.
Developing the Intercultural Dimension in Language Teaching. 16.
Constructions in a Computational Grammar of English. Bibliography.
Index. The Language is the fundamental tool of communication and experience.
The study of language has always been inherently fascinating. Every chapter has been written extensively.
Also it includes several live retirement case studies with solutions. Retirement Planning: A Guide for Financial Planners is a must-read for all Certified Financial Planners and professionals.
It helps financial advisors plan their clients' investment portfolio for sustaining their lifestyle after retirement(less)
2. Libraries and their development: state-of-art.
3. Different types of academic libraries and their development.
4. Collection organization in academic libraries.
5. Management in academic libraries.
6. Library services.
7. Computers and its applications to libraries.
8. Resource sharing amongst academic libraries.
9. User needs’ assessment and user education.
10. Library authorities and committees.
11. Problems of library staff.
12. Professional status of the librarians.
13. Public relations in academic libraries.
14. Distance/correspondence education and academic libraries.
Bibliography. "It is very true that libraries play an important role in development of a society.
Broadly speaking, there are three types of libraries. Viz.
, academic libraries, special libraries and public libraries. This book entitled ‘Academic Libraries’ gives an overview on each and every aspects of working environment of an academic library.
The whole work is divided into 14 chapters which covers state of art of development of different types of academic libraries, their working,(less)
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