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Change Management
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 272

Change Management

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Biochemistry for Dental Student
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 380

Biochemistry for Dental Student

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Parmarthadarsanam Of Ramavatar Sharma Introduction By G. C. Pande
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 377

Parmarthadarsanam Of Ramavatar Sharma Introduction By G. C. Pande

The work begins with a discussion of the purpose of Philosophy or Darsana, which is basically to promote rational belief and action, criticise errors and illusions and point the way to liberation. In brief the purpose of Philosophy is to elucidate the nature of reality or Praamartha. While the author does not uphold the traditional distinction of Paramartha and Vyavahara, he does make a crucial distinction between Jnana and Vijnana, Wisdom and Science. Paramartha is defined as what is uncontradicted, and determined on the basis of uncontradicted perception, inference and the command of authentic persons. Pratyaksa, anumana and Sabda are accepted as three Pramanas. The role of Sabda is confined to a knowledge of practical norms. These are briefly the contents of the First of the Seven chapters into which the work is divided.

Tales from Panchatantra by vishnu sharma series -1
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 36

Tales from Panchatantra by vishnu sharma series -1

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2019-08-30
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  • Publisher: ANUSHA HS

In South India there was a city named mahilaaropa. A king named Amara Shakthi was ruling the city of mahilaaropa. He was very friendly with his citizens. He was a great visionary and a man with valour. The citizens of his Kingdom were always happy. But the king himself was not happy. He had no contentment. Because that King had three sons who were very stupid. The elder one was very stubborn. His name was bahu shakti. The second one was a shrewd fellow. His name was ugrashakti. The third one was a wicked fellow who had inculcated only bad habits. His name was Ananta Shakti. Moreover, the three sons of the King were egoistic as they were the sons of a king. Because of this they did not obtain...

A Study Guide for Akhil Sharma's
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 19

A Study Guide for Akhil Sharma's "If You Sing like That for Me"

A Study Guide for Akhil Sharma's "If You Sing like That for Me," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Short Stories for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Short Stories for Students for all of your research needs.

Physics for ITT-JEE Mechanics I, B.M. Sharma, 2012
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 454

Physics for ITT-JEE Mechanics I, B.M. Sharma, 2012

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2012-07-12
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  • Publisher: Bukupedia

Preface Since the time the IIT-JEE (Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Examination) started, the examination scheme and the methodology have witnessed many a change. From the lengthy subjective problems of 1950s to the matching column type questions of the present day, the paper-setting pattern and the approach have changed. A variety of questions have been framed to test an aspirant's calibre, aptitude, and attitude for engineering field and profession. Across all these years, however, there is one thing that has not changed about the lIT-JEE, i.e., its objective of testing an aspirant's grasp and understanding of the concepts of the subjects of study and their applicability at t...

Mechanics 1 Physics for IIT-JEE 2012-13, B.M. Sharma,Cengage Learning, 2012
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 454

Mechanics 1 Physics for IIT-JEE 2012-13, B.M. Sharma,Cengage Learning, 2012

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2012-07-12
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  • Publisher: Bukupedia

Preface Since the time the IIT-JEE (Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Examination) started, the examination scheme and the methodology have witnessed many a change. From the lengthy subjective problems of 1950s to the matching column type questions of the present day, the paper-setting pattern and the approach have changed. A variety of questions have been framed to test an aspirant's calibre, aptitude, and attitude for engineering field and profession. Across all these years, however, there is one thing that has not changed about the lIT-JEE, i.e., its objective of testing an aspirant's grasp and understanding of the concepts of the subjects of study and their applicability at t...

Panchatantra Of Vishnu Sharma (Sampurna)
  • Language: en
THE TALL TALES OF VISHNU SHARMA: PANCHATANTRA - VOL. 1
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 130

THE TALL TALES OF VISHNU SHARMA: PANCHATANTRA - VOL. 1

Collecting the miniseries by author Samit Basu (The GameWorld Trilogy, Turbulence, Resistance) and Ashish Padlekar (Walk-In). Some old stories never lose their bite... Something's invading the stories of our childhood, leaving death and oblivion in its wake. Now, a motley crew of animal heroes from ancient Indian fables must unite to survive. But first they must find the boy destined to save them, the chosen guardian of the Panchatantra. Thing is¡­ he has no idea they even exist. Vishnu Sharma, would-be boy hero, is too busy playing in online tournaments to care about fighting storybook wars. But when a none-too-fictional talking lion, monkey and bull arrive at his doorstep, Vishnu must choose between protecting the tales of the Panchatantra, or silently standing by as they disappear into storybook history. With naughty boy wizards, cuddly anime-sociopaths, and a not-so-frightful King of the Jungle.

THE TALL TALES OF VISHNU SHARMA: PANCHATANTRA, Issue 1
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 24

THE TALL TALES OF VISHNU SHARMA: PANCHATANTRA, Issue 1

Some old stories never lose their bite... Something's invading the stories of our childhood, leaving death and oblivion in its wake. Now, a motley crew of animal heroes from ancient Indian fables must unite to survive. But first they must find the boy destined to save them, the chosen guardian of the Panchatantra. Thing is¡­ he has no idea they even exist. Vishnu Sharma, would-be boy hero, is too busy playing in online tournaments to care about fighting storybook wars. But when a none-too-fictional talking lion, monkey and bull arrive at his doorstep, Vishnu must choose between protecting the tales of the Panchatantra, or silently standing by as they disappear into storybook history. With naughty boy wizards, cuddly anime-sociopaths, and a not-so-frightful King of the Jungle.