This text contains 12 chapters. Each chapter describes: process; operational summary; application; and principles of operation. Each chapter contains its separate list of questions, bibliography and list of figures. It may be of value for students at engineering colleges.
Textbook of Surgical Gastroenterology is a highly illustrated, two volume resource for residents and practising surgeons. Divided into 124 chapters across ten sections, this comprehensive textbook covers a vast range of gastroenterological conditions and their surgical management. Each section begins with a chapter on anatomy, before covering the surgical treatment of various disorders. This book is enhanced by 1200 images and two DVDs with guidance on seven surgical procedures.
The Book Is A Daring Attempt To Record The Latest History Of An Indian Province In The Context Of National Political Changes Depicting The Sordid Drama Of Steady Alround Degradation, The Unhealthy Nexus Between Greed And Power And The Lonely Crusade Of A Subaltern Leader To Redeem Parliamentary Democracy From Corruption And Many Other Corrosive Influence Of Contemporary Society. The Economic Backwardness Of Orissa Despite Abundance Of Natural Resources And A Relatively Peaceful Law And Order Situation Has Been An Enigma Baffling Social Scientists Since Long. Natural Calamities Apart, The Lack Of Political Will And Able Leadership Are No Mean Impediments In The Path Of Her Progress. Democracy...
A comprehensive analysis of the diverse experiences of migration in contemporary India. This volume addresses the impact of migration on society, highlighting the interlinkages between individual and societal aspirations. It interrogates the role of the state and non-state agencies involved in various aspects of the life and livelihoods of migrant workers and provides a critical assessment of the policy frameworks and instruments affecting migration. Focusing on the diverse aspects and types of internal migration, the book studies the exploitation and marginalization of migrants on the basis of class, caste, religion, gender, ethnicity and regional location in post-reform India.
In recent years, developed countries have formulated public policies in agriculture ranging from supporting rural life and farm income to promoting sustainability of food and fibre production. Public Policy in Agriculture: Impact on Labor Supply and Household Income addresses the lack of empirical research in this area. It explores the impact of differing approaches to public policy through a series of international case studies, from the USA and Canada to South Korea, Norway, Slovenia and Taiwan. At a time when much of the developed world has been experiencing budget deficits and policy-makers and the public in general have re-opened the debate on public expenditures in the agricultural sector, this is a timely volume. Mishra, Viaggi and Gomez y Paloma have written an authoritative guide to agricultural public policy that will serve as a reference for academics, researchers, students, and policy-makers.