Peace, disarmament, self-reliance, non-alignment, mutual respect and development are the factors that provide the foundation of India's international relations and also determine its reactions to developments taking place in different parts of the world. India's foreign policy since the time of Independence has essentially been to expand its strategic space(less)
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HRD--A conceptual analysis : philosophy, system, mechanism: 1. HRD: an introduction.
2. Philosophy and strategies.
3. HRD system.
4. HRD mechanism.
5. HRD climate and culture.
II. Developing the person and team in the role : training, appraisal, education: 6.
Training and executive development. 7.
Career planning and development. 8.
Performance and potential appraisal. 9.
Education and HRD. III.
Developing the role for the person and team : Designing jobs, empowerment, quality of work life: 11. Analysing and designing jobs.
12. Behavioural factors.
13. Participation and empowerment.
14. Quality of work life.
15. Computer applications.
IV. Terminology : used in HRM and HRD: 16.
Terminology : used in HRM and HRD. Bibliography.
Index. "Human Resource Development (HRD) assumes immense importance as HRD plays a vital role in meeting the challenging requirements of highly skilled and competent human resources due to globalisation.
The abundant physical resources alone cannot benefit the growth(less)
Terrorism occurs when a group, whether holding governmental office, or outside government, resolves to pursue a set of ideological objectives by methods which not only subvert or ignore the requirements of domestic and international law, but which rely for their success primarily upon the threat or use of violence. There are now over one lakh jehadis all over the Islamic world, in Afghanistan, Kashmir, Albania, Chechnaya (Russia), Xin-jiang (China), Central Asia and elsewhere(less)
What is Biomedical Data and what do we do with it? 2. The Data of Biomedical Informatics.
3. Confidential Biomedical Data.
4. Standards for Biomedical Data.
5. Just Enough Programming.
6. Programming Common Biomedical Informatics Tasks.
7. Biomedical Nomenclatures.
8. Misbehaving Text: Dealing with Poorly Written Medical Text.
9. Autocoding Unstructured Data.
10. Computational Methods for De-identification and Data Scrubbing.
11. Cryptography in Biomedical Informatics.
12. Describing Data with Metadata.
13. Simplifying Complex Data with Classifications and Ontologies.
14. Clinical Trials: The Informatician Lives in a Statistical World.
15. Distributed Computing.
16. A Practical Approach to ethics for Biomedical Informaticians.
17. Grantsmanship for Biomedical Informaticians.
Glossary. Ideal for healthcare workers, students and biomedical researchers who wish to use informatics technologies in their own clinics and laboratories, Biomedical Informatics describes the fundamental issues and questions in the field, and reviews the different types of biomedical data resources and open source tools needed(less)
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Gupta Vedams Books 8174968423 Accountancy Audit Afghanistan AIDS Amitabh Bachchan Animal Science Poultry, Cattle Camel Cattle and Dairy Farming Poultry Zoological Survey of India Publication Anthropology and Sociology Anthropological Survey of India Publications Architecture Vastu Arts of India Archaeology Mohenjodaro/Harappa/Indus Valley Civilization Art History Buddhist Art Mandalas Painting Pahari Rock Art Sculpture Textiles Art Astrology Palmistry Astronomy Ayurveda Bangladesh Bhutan Biographies and Memoirs Botanical Sciences Agronomy Algae Aromatic Plants Bamboo Biodiversity Botanical Survey of India Publications Ethnobotany/Medicinal Plants Floras of India Forestry Fungi/Mosses Herbs Horticulture Grape Mango Mushrooms Jatropha Mangroves Orchids Organic Farming Plant Science Teak Buddhism Central Asian Studies Children Christianity Cinema/Films Cricket Cuisine Dalits Dance and Performing Arts Bharatanatyam Kathak Kathakali Theatre Demography Dictionaries/Glossaries Ecology/Environment Economics/Dev Studies Education Distance Education English Literature Indian Fiction Entomology Geography Climatology Geological Sciences Geological Survey of India Publication Government Publications Herpetology Himalayas(less)
National Income, Classical Theory of Employment, Determination of Income and Employment, Savings, Investment and Multiplier, Consumption Function, Marginal Efficiency of Capital, Rate of Interest, Saving-Investment Equality, Principle of Acceleration, Unemployment in an Undeveloped Economy, Secular Stagnation, Money and Prices, Inflation and Deflation, Credit Creation and Credit Control, Business Cycles, Economic Stabilization, Monetary Policy, Fiscal Policy, Fiscal Policy and Economic Development, Deficit Financing, Public Debt, Growth Models, etc. The text has been supplemented with figures, tables and equations wherever required, and presented in a lucid manner for easy understanding by the readers.
The book will be found highly useful by undergraduate and postgraduate students and teachers of Economics(less)
In its five volumes, the Encyclopaedia encompasses a remarkably wide range of topics related to India--its history, physiography, people, population, religions, national symbols, national leaders, languages and literatures, art, culture, defence, education, economy, polity, foreign policy and relations, scientific and technological developments, law and justice, sports, festivals, monuments transport, communication and related activities. In addition, a profile of all its 28 states and 7 union territories has also been provided.
Furthermore, it provides an accessible, authoritative account of the latest developments made in varied fields, alongwith(less)
HRM: Perspectives and challenges: 1. HRM contribution to global competitive advantage.
2. Human Resource Management and functions.
3. Concepts of HRD and strategic HRM.
4. Aligning HR Strategies with Business strategies.
5. Emerging challenges in human resource management.
6. Proactive role of human resource function.
7. Keys to human resource success in the coming decade.
II. Acquiring talent: 8.
Human Resource Planning (HRP). 2.
Job analysis, job description and job specification. 10.
Strategies for recruitment and e-Recruitment. 11.
Psychological tests. 12.
Multimedia interviews. 13.
Interview process. 14.
Current focus in selection norms. III.
Retention strategies: 15. Employee retention: conceptual strategies.
16. Retaining your best people.
17. Strategic role of team leader in retention of talent.
18. Life-Friendly Organisation (LFO).
19. Orientation and socialisation of employees.
20. Job design influence on productivity and satisfaction.
21. Employee engagement crucial for retention.
22. Enhancing creativity and fun.
23. Organisational stress managing strategies.
Introduction to Bioinformatics: Preface. 1.
Gene identification. 3.
Proteome analysis. 4.
Gene therapy. 5.
Enzyme genetics. 6.
Lipid structure. 7.
Microarray analysis. 9.
Behavioural genetics. 10.
Membrane transport. 11.
Transcript mapping. 12.
Biomedical imaging. Bibliography.
II. Bioinformatics : Theory and Practice: Preface.
2. Evolution of genomics.
3. Gene expression.
4. Expressed sequence analysis.
5. Methods of gene prediction.
6. Genome annotation.
7. Principles of molecular genetics.
8. Protein bioinformatics.
9. Development of bio-ontology.
10. Modelling of biological systems.
11. Modelling of gene regulation.
12. Developmental biology.
13. Tasks in bioinformatics.
14. Future of bioinformatics.
Applications of Bioinformatics: Preface. 1.
Introduction to bioinformatics. 2.
Bioinformatics in neuroscience. 3.
Protein structure prediction. 4.
RNA structure prediction. 5.
Visualisation of biological structures. 6.
Sequencing of human genome. 7.
Integrated bioinformation. 8.
Molecular phylogenetics. 9.
Gene-Grid technology. 10.
Information of biological databases. 11.
It is in terms of macroeconomics that monetary problems can be analyzed and understood properly. Frequent changes in the value of money, characterized by inflation or deflation affect the economy adversely.
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