Managing Developments in Developing Countries

ISBN Number : 978-93-5142-472-7

Library Price : Rs.850

Library Dollar Price : 34$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2014

No. Of Pages : 168

Book Weight :520

About The Book

The Coverage of the book "Managing Developments in Developing countries" is very broad and interdisciplinary in nature. It aims at highlighting the major developmental issues in developing countries. And attempt to focus on management aspects of all those issues. Like any other subject, the subject`Management` has several philosophies, theories, principles, postulates and ideas. In that context, the search for more generic knowledge and thus search for universal knowledge is on. The topics like Environment Health and Development, Tourism and Culture, Contemporary issues and Economic Development, Interdisciplinary Areas of Commerce and Management, Educational Management, Science and Technology in Development, etc. were identified very carefully to provide the book a directed focus, Naturally, the same objective is carried forward to have a greater and better impact.

Contents :

1. Ethical Accounting: Primacy of Honesty and Integrity of the Accountant
- R.P. Banerjee
2. Survival Potentiality of Small Scale Sector in the Era of Globalization: A Case of Bishnupur-Sonamukhi Silk Industry, Bankura, West Bengal, India
- Nilanjana Das Chatterjee
3. Recent Trends on Utilizing the Content Management System (CMS) in the Academic Institutions and Organizations in Developing Countries
- Partha Sarathi Das, Arindam Bhattacharya
4. Managing Employee Diversity in Tourism Industry of India
- Bibhuti Bhusan Mahapatra
5. Human Skills in Development: A Review of Indian Construction Industry
- Sandip Kar
6. Nanoconjugated Vancomycin-A New Approach to Kill Drug Resistant Bacteria
- Somenath Roy, Subhankari Prasad Chakraborty
7. A Note on Population Dynamics of Interacting Population
- Rikhiya Dhar, Ranajit Dhar
8. Recent Global Meltdown and Lessons for India
- Ratan Lal Basu
9. Tourism and Coastal Environment Conflicts: An Attempt to Minimize Them by Environmental Management
- Ashis Kumar Paul
10. A Hydrological Catchment Area Analysis and Management Strategy using Geoinformatics-A Case Study of Dwarakeswar Upper Catchment in West Bengal, India
- Jatisankar Bandyopadhyay, Anupam Pal and Kartic Bera
11. Understanding Ecology through Mathematics
- Rikhiya Dhar
12. Promoter Prediction Using Neural Network
- Arindam Bhattacharya, Partha Sarathi Das
13. Assessing Risk to Climate Change: Indian Scenario
- Gargi Basu
14. Live Fish Food Culture as a Contrivance for Ornamental Fish Farming to Restore the Environmental Health as well as the Upliftment of Socio-economic Status of Backward Rural Peoples
- Basudev Mandal
15. Factors Underlying Development of Women of Two Villages of Thar Desert-A Comparative Study
- Swapna Ghorai
16. Management of Higher Educational Institutes in India-A Great Challenge Ahead
- Samik Santra
17. Clean Development Mechanism: A Great Business Opportunity for India
- Kartick Chandra Paul

About The Author

Kartick Chandra Paul -

Vidyasagar University, 

Midnapore, West Bengal, India.

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