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1. Theories of human productivity in economic development.
2. Human development for economic growth and welfare state.
3. Population growth and economic growth.
4. The population dimensions and dynamics.
5. Rural-urban migration: exodus to cities.
6. Girl child in the Third World.
7. Agricultural fundamentalism.
8. Agricultural take-off and economic development.
9. Migration of farmer and distribution of population.
10. Manpower problems of industrialization in developing countries.
11. Organization of industrial employment.
12. Human resources and productivity.
13. Management of manpower - motivation and human resource development.
14. Socio-economic trends of India.
15. Education and national development in India.
16. The intellectual tide of Nobel Laureates.
17. Emerging India : challenges and opportunities.
Index. From the preface: "This book tries to give a comprehensive analysis about the human development from the economic, sociological and Indian point of view.
In the context of emerging India and the country is facing in(less)
Basic mathematics. 2.
Sets, relations and functions. 3.
Limits and continuity of functions. 4.
Applications of derivatives. 6.
Maxima and minima. 7.
Radius of curvature. 8.
Mean value theorems. 9.
Indeterminate forms. 10.
Calculus of multi variable functions. 11.
Maxima and minima of multi variable functions. 12.
Integral calculus. 13.
Differential equations. 14.
Difference equations. 15.
Summation of series. Answers to exercises.
Suggested reading. "Unlike many western universities, Indian universities were reluctant to I introduce mathematical economics in their under graduate and post graduate economics programme, though some of them are offering econometrics as one of the papers which contain more statistics and less mathematics.
However universities of Calcutta, Delhi and Bombay are the trend setters in this area by introducing mathematical economics course with strong quantitative methods and applications in both the under graduate and post graduate programmes. Following the steps of these pioneer universities, other Indian universities have(less)
Physiognomy of Naugachia C.D.
New agricultural technology and its impact on cropping pattern. 4.
Origin and development of banana plantation. 5.
Input-output relationship of banana plantation. 6.
Problems of banana cultivation. 7.
Findings, conclusions and suggestions. Bibliography.
"Fruits are a part of Indian heritage and culture. There are numerous references to fruits in India's scripture.
The Padma Puran states that "the man planting trees by the way side will enjoy bliss in heaven for many years as there are fruits, flowers and leaves on the tree he plants". The importance of fruits in human diet has been well recognized.
Professor Ruskin aptly said, "Cultivate health instead of treating diseases". The banana is one of the oldest horticultural products, which dates back to the advent of mankind.
These days bananas are cultivated both for commercial and nutritional purposes. At present, banana is the second important fruit crop both in(less)
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Youll learn: Why youve chosen the partners you have and how to make better choices, How much sexual chemistry you and your partner really have, The ten types of relationships that wont work, How your childhood memories may be affecting your love life, The six essential qualities to look for in a mate, How to spot fatal flaws in a partner, Why you may be falling in love for the wrong reason. If youre single or divorced: read this book to understand why your past choices werent right for you and how to get it right this time.
If youre in love: learn how to be 100% certain that this relationship is the one for you. If youre married: discover how to understand and balance your differences so that you can live happily together every day.
Repackaged and redesigned for the modern reader with an iconic new cover, Are You The One For Me? is the last word in finding the right type of companionship for you. About the Author: Barbara De Angelis, Ph.
D., is one of the worlds most eminent relationship and personal growth psychologists.
Active for over 25 years, Barbara was one of the first voices to advocate self-help in the 1980s and was among the first nationally-recognised motivational teachers on television. Her messages about love, happiness and the search for meaning in our lives have reached millions across the globe.
She lives in Santa Barbara, California(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.
2. Key activities and their impact: an assessment of NGO performance.
3. Financing NGOs: trends and prospects.
4. The regulatory framework and financial accountability issues.
5. Scaling up through a strategic compact.
Index. "Bangladesh has made striking progress on a range of social indicators over the last 15 years, an achievement widely credited to the country's pluralist service provision regime.
Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs) have significantly expanded their services during this period and have shown that it is possible to scale up innovative antipoverty experiments into nationwide programs. The unique role of Bangladesh's NGO's is not confined to the delivery of social services and pro-poor advocacy.
NGOs have developed commercial ventures in order to link poor producers with input and output markets, as well as to develop a source of internally generated revenue for the organizations. NGOs role as an integral part of efforts to achieve national poverty(less)
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Within these constraints, however, there is much that a finance minister can actually accomplish, as P. Chidambaram, one of India's most accomplished economists and commentators, shows in A View from the Outside, a collection of columns that assesses the promises and performance of the NDA government in the period 2002-2004(less)
Food microbiology. 2.
General principles. 3.
Maximising the usefulness of food microbiology research. 5.
The fruit and vegetable processing. 6.
Control of water and waste water. 7.
Recycling and dreyse of processing. 8.
By product recovery and uses. 9.
Waste water treatment. 10.
Land disposal. 11.
Direct and municipal discharge. 12.
Agriculture and food processing industry. 13.
African women in food processing. 14.
Fermentations in world food processing. 15.
Environmental self-assessment for the food processing industry. 16.
Food processing criteria. 17.
Ozone in food processing applications. "Food microbiology encompasses the study of microorganisms which have both beneficial and deleterious effects on the quality and safety of raw and processed meat, poultry, and egg products.
Food microbiology focuses on the general biology of the microorganisms that are found in foods including: their growth characteristics, identification, and pathogenesis. Specifically, areas of interest which concern food microbiology are: food poisoning, food spoilage, food(less)
The book covers the finer aspects of process selection, and site selection along with the project economics. It provides an overview of product pricing and presents an annual report of a chemical project for a better comprehension of the project economics.
This book would help engineers working in industry to understand intricacies of preparing a detailed techno-economic feasibility report as part of pre-project implementation activities. The book has been designed bearing in mind Indian conditions though the basic principles are universal in nature(less)
Gandhian economic thinking: it's relevance in 21st century India/I.D.
Gandhian equity and justice: a comparative study with the neo-classical and Rawlsian approach/Mrinal Kumar Dasgupta. 3.
Relevance of economic ideas of Gandhi in 21st century/Harindra Kishor Mishra. 4.
Empowerment of women: the Gandhian model/Sandhyarani Das and R.P.
Gandhi and welfare: take-over of agricultural land for industry/Sudakshina Gupta. 6.
Gandhi: the pioneer of an alternative and parallel tradition in Indian economic thoughts/A. Sangamithra.
7. Gandhiji's view on Panchayati and New Panchayat Raj System/R.
Arunachalam and R. Sreenivasan.
8. The relevance of Gandhian economic philosophy in 21st century/Mithilesh Kumar Sinha and Rakesh K.
Gandhiji's views on industrialisation and its relevance/S. Ramachandran.
10. Gandhian economic thought and its contemporary relevance/R.
11. Economics of Mahatma Gandhi: challenges and development/Bishwanath Singh and R.
12. PMGSY--an entry point for Gandhian vision/Urmila Vijayavargiya and Sharad Tiwari .
13. Gandhian views on sustainable(less)
The economic field and the substantive process. 3.
New economic anthropology. 4.
Economic anthropology: problems in theory and method. 5.
Economies of tribal communities in India. 6.
Anthropology and socio-economic development of tribal communities. 7.
Globalization and tribal communities. Bibliography.
"The principal theme of the book makes a humble attempt in analyzing various aspects of theory as well as methods in anthropological economics or economic anthropology. The core concept delineates the economic field and distinguishes between formal and substantive rationality while interpreting economies of pre-industrial communities.
The book put special attention on economic phenomena, economic transactions, economic relations, etc., of tribal societies of India.
Detailed study of the economy of simple tribal communities is relevant in the context of development intervention. The book further examines critically the process of globalization which promotes socio-economic integration among nation-states.
Socio-economic development has been analyzed as a holistic concept, with special reference to Indian(less)
While Lucy's husband, Greg, retreats into himself, his and Lucy's eight-year-old daughter, Sophie, has simply stopped speaking. Desperate to help Sophie, Ellie turns to a book that gave her comfort as a child, "The Secret Garden.
" As its story of hurt, magic, and healing blooms around them, so, too, do Lucy's secrets--some big, some small. Peeling back the layers of her friend's life, Ellie is forced to confront her own as well: the marriage she left behind, the loss she'd hoped to escape.
And suddenly Ellie's carefully constructed existence is spinning out of control in a chain of events that will transform her life--and the lives of those around her--forever. About the Author : Julie Buxbaum has contributed to After You as an author.
Julie Buxbaum is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard Law School. The Opposite of Love is her first novel(less)
Contributors. Bioinformatics: 1.
Growth of Biotechnology Information System network (BTISnet) in India/T. Madhan Mohan.
2. Capacity building for knowledge management in aquaculture research/A.
K. Roy and Nirupama Panda.
3. Data generation resources for bioinformatics/P.
Correspondence analysis in study of genomic sequence of Labeo Rohita/A.K.
Roy and Sushma R. Martha.
5. Statistical design and analysis of microarray data of carps/A.
K. Roy, Chinmayee Sahoo and Sushma R.
Recent biotechnological approaches in fish disease diagnosis/P.K.
Present trends in aquaculture probiotics/S. Mohanty and N.
8. Infection and immunity of brood carps/P.
Nanda and S. Dash.
9. Induced breeding experiments of an Indian major carp Labeo rohita- a cause effect study/S.
D. Gupta and S.
10. Freshwater prawn aquaculture: status and scope/Bindu R.
Artificial propagation and cryoconservation of fishes/P. Routray.
12. Methods of assessment of microbial population and their role in aquatic ecosystem/N.
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