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ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT

2008 – 2009

NATIONAL COLLEGE (Nationally Accredited by NAAC at ‘A’ Level)

TIRUCHIRAPALLI – 620 001

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Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)

Names

Designation

Dr.K.Anbarasu

Principal, Chairperson

Thiru.A.Krishnamoorthy

Coordinator, HOD of Mathematics

Thiru.S.X. Prabhu

LSG & HOD of Economics

Dr.P.Sivasamy

Head, Dept.of Zoology

Dr. S. Indira

LSS, Dept of chemistry

Dr. S.V.Srinivasavallabhan

Reader in Commerce

Dr. P. Manickam

Reader in English

Thiru. T. V. Sundar

LSS, Dept. of Physics

Thiru. V. Ramkumar

LSG, Dept.of History

Prof.V.Sri Ramachandran

Lecturer, Dept.of English

Dr. C. Ashokkumar

NCC Officer

Mr.P.Raghavan

Librarian

Thiru.K.Chandrasekaran

Superintendent

Mr.K.Raghunathan

Management representative

Mr.S.Sundar

Management representative

Mr.B.V.Ramanan

Societal representative

Prof.Aravandi

Societal representative

Prof.R.Panchanathan

Societal representative

Student Representatives

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THE ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT (AQAR) OF THE IQAC Name of the Institution

:

National College Tiruchirapalli-620001 Tamilnadu

Year of Report

:

2008-2009 Part A

The plan of action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the year towards quality enhancement and the outcome achieved by the end of the year. Activities planned in the beginning of the year It was planned 1.

to introduce B.Sc and M.Sc IT courses in the academic year 2008-2009.

2.

to submit proposal seeking Autonomous status to the College to the UGC.

3.

to submit proposal seeking the status of College with Potential for Excellence to UGC.

4.

to submit proposal seeking XI plan development grant to UGC

5.

to submit proposal seeking financial support to UGC to conduct Seminar in the Department of Mathematics and English.

6.

to submit proposal seeking grants for the construction of a building to house Biological

Science departments to UGC

7.

to introduce Audiovisual section in the library.

8.

to construct a block exclusively to house the units of NCC.

9.

to raise an additional NCC unit –Naval wing

10.

to

start

special

coaching

classes

for

students

appearing

for

NET examinations. 11.

to continue Remedial Coaching classes for SC/ST students and coaching classes for SC/ST students for entry into services

12.

to utilize the grant received from the UGC under HEPSN scheme

13.

to

renovate

the

college

auditorium

and

to

construct

an

open-air

auditorium. 14.

to appoint a few non -teaching staff, as many vacancies are yet to be approved by the Govt. to fill up.

15.

to offer courses of IGNOU as a dual degree programme.

16.

to invite many multinational companies for campus recruitment.

17.

to introduce a self-supportive Career oriented programme on Diploma in Fabrication Engineering with the collaboration of Indian Welding Society and BHELSIA as there is a heavy demand for such skilled persons.

18.

to establish a study centre with text books and books for competitive examinations to cater to the students preparing for competitive examinations.

19.

to conduct Finishing School Programme for the final year UG & PG Students.

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OUTCOME ACHIEVED The following are the outcome achieved in the year 2008-2009 1. Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirapali has approved the proposals to introduce B.Sc and M.Sc IT courses and the courses are being offered in the colllge. Annnexure – I 2. The proposal seeking Autonomous status to the College has been submitted to the UGC in May 2008. 3. The proposal seeking the status of College with Potential for Excellence has not been submitted to UGC as there is no slot available for Tamilnadu state. 4. Proposal seeking XI plan development grant has been prepared and the UGC committee is yet to visit Tamilnadu colleges for final approval. 5. Proposals seeking financial support to conduct Seminar in the Department of Mathematics and English were submitted and UGC has also approved both the proposals. 6. A Proposal seeking grants for the construction of a building to house Biological Science departments has been submitted to the UGC. 7. An audiovisual section has been established in the library with 14 computers with multimedia facilities. 8. A block has been constructed exclusively to house the units of NCC.The block was inaugurated by Commodore UN Chitnavis, NM Deputy Director General (DDG), TNP&A Directorate, Chennai. 9. NCC unit –Naval wing has been raised in the college. With the raising of the unit the college has attained a status of the only college in Tamilnadu to have four units of NCC – Army, Armd (sqn), Naval & Airwing representing all the three armed services. 10. Special coaching classes for students appearing for NET examinations have been started. 11. Remedial Coaching classes for SC/ST students and Coaching classes for entry into services for SC/ST students are being continued. 12. The grants received from the UGC under HEPSN scheme are being utilized.

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13. Renovation of the college auditorium is being carried out. The construction for an open-air auditorium will begin in June 2009. 14. Two non-teaching staff have been appointed. 15. Courses of IGNOU are being offered to the students under Convergence Scheme. 16. Letters inviting multinational companies for campus recruitment were sent. 17. Self supporting Career oriented programme on Diploma

in

Fabrication

Engineering was introduced with the collaboration of Indian Welding Society and BHELSIA. 32 students are undergoing the programme. 18. A study centre with text books and books for competitive examinations has been established to cater to the students preparing for competitive examinations. The center is being kept open even after the college working hours. Many students are using the center. 19. Many Special Lectures were given under the auspices of Academic Association of each Department. Annexure - II 20. A Finishing School Propgramme for the outgoing UG and PG Students was conducted. 21. Since many vacancies of teaching posts were not approved by the Govt. eight teaching staff members were appointed using the Management’s own resources to avoid cancellation of classes in the last year. Seven of them were allowed to continue this year also. 22. 10 Management Staff appointed in the last year continue to work in the college and the college office has been modernized with computers and other basic amenities. 23. The Fund Allocation for the Department of Physical Education was increased to Rs.1,00,000/-. 24. The two issues of the News Bulletin (Vol 3 No1 and Vol 3 No2) were brought out during the year 2008-2009. (Copies enclosed). 25. Regional Field Unit (RFU) of National Testing Services (NTS) has been established in the college. The Memorandum of Understanding to establish a regional field unit in our College was signed in the year 2007-2008.

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26. NCC Air Wing released a Blood Donors Directory Supplement containing 250 names of students with their addresses. 27. Fourteen new Endowments have been created for giving away prizes to meritorious students. Annexure - III 28. Two UGC sponsored National Seminars (Philosophy, Physics), One TNSCST sponsored Workshop (Zoology), one MOEF sponsored Workshop (Botany), One Workshop sponsored by Indian Academy of Science – Bangalore, Indian National Science Academy – New Delhi and the National Academy of Sciences - Allahabad were conducted during this academic year. One State Level Seminar (Economics), one Workshop on Research Methodology in Economics and One-day Seminar on Current Status of Zoological Studies were sponsored by Academy of Higher Education, the society that runs the College. Annexure- IV 29. Five Endowment Lectures were conducted. Annexue- V 30. In appreciation of publishing Research Papers and books and presenting papers in Seminars / Workshops students were awarded cash incentives amounting to Rs. 1000/-.

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Part B 1. Activities reflecting the goals and objectives of the institution The motto of the College, “That which liberates is education”, implies liberating the suppressed sections of the society from the evil clutches of communalism, casteism and ignorance through education and helping them to lead a decent life in the society. These objectives are fulfilled by admitting 775 Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe students and 974 Backward Class and Most Backward Class students out of the total 1789 students of the College in the Aided Courses and 211 Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe students and 820 Backward Class and Most Backward Class students out of the total 1082 students in the Un-Aided Courses. UGC approved our proposal to implement the scheme of coaching classes for candidates appearing for NET examination. The coaching classes are being conducted in the College. UGC has renewed the schemes to impart coaching for entry into services for SC and ST students and Remedial coaching classes for SC and ST students. Ramp facilities have been provided to all the buildings in the college for the easy mobility of physically challenged students. There are 33 physically challenged students studying in the college. Lift facility is being constructed in JN block for the benefit of the physically challenged students and special toilets would be constructed for them as well. A self-supporting course on Diploma in Fabrication Engineering has been introduced in collaboration with the Indian Welding Society (IWS) and Bharat Heavy Electricals Small Industries Association (BHELSIA). 32 students are undergoing the programme and many students have expressed their willingness to join the next programme. The Institute of Company Secretraryship has approved our College to conduct coaching classes for candidates appearing for foundation, professional

and

executive programme of ACS. 2. New academic Programmes initiated (UG and PG) B.Sc. (IT) and M.Sc. (IT) Programmes have been introduced. The Curriculum details of the courses are given in Annexure - VI. 3. Innovations in Curricular Design and Transaction As per the guidelines of UGC, Choice Based Credit System was introduced in the academic year 2005-2006.It is continued this year also. In the Choice Based Credit System, Value Based Education - 1 course and Skill Based Courses – 6 Courses have been introduced for all the UG Students.

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4. Inter disciplinary Programmes started Both in UG and PG Programme a minmum of two Extra Disiplinary courses or Non-Major Courses are offered to the students. See Annexure - VII. A number of lectures under Academic Associations have been organized and most of the lectures were interdisciplinary in nature. The list of lectures conducted through academic associations is given in Annexure – II. 5. Examination reforms implemented Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA) system has been introduced as a part of CBCS pattern to all Under Graduate courses from the year 2005-2006. Students have to write two CIA tests and to submit 5 Assisgnments in a semester for each paper. A student who has failed in only one subject at the end of the degree programme is allowed to appear for instant examination conducted within a month from the date of publication of result. Transparency in valuation is provided to the students. A student can get a copy of his valued answer script, so that he can decide about the revaluation of the paper. 6. Candidates qualified: NET/SLET/GATE etc.: Data not available. 7. Initiative towards Faculty Development Programme 16 Teachers have participated in the Orientation Course and 13 Teachers have participated in Refresher Courses. 06 teachers have qualified themselves with Ph.D degree. See Annexure- VIII 8. Total number of seminars/workshops conducted – Ten – See Annexure – IV 9. Research projects a) Newly implemented b) Completed a) 1.

A UGC sponsored Minor Project on Single crystal X-Ray diffraction studies of some Potential cardiov ascular Drugs with 1,4 – Dihydropyridine moiety has been newly implemented in the Department of Physics. Dr.T.V.Sundar is the Principal Investigator.

2. A UGC sponsored Minor Project on Diagnosis of human diseases by serum analysis using immunological tools has been newly implemented in the Department of Zoology. Dr.P.Sivasamy is the Principal Investigator. 3. A UGC Sponsored Minor Project on Investigation on the growth and characterization of NLO active semiorganic crystals has been newly implemented in the Department of Physics. Dr.S.Pari is the Principal Investigator. 4. A UGC Sponsored Minor Project on A study on unorganized labourers in Tiruchirapalli has been newly implemented in the Department of Economics. Dr.T.Sridhar is the Principal Investigator.

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5. A UGC Sponsored Minor Project on Integral solutions of Diophantine equations has been newly implemented in the Department of Mathematics. 6. A DST sponsored project entitled Neotectonic Activity along the coast of Northern

Tamilnadu

has

newly

been

implemented

in

the

Dept.of

Geology.Dr.K.Anbarasu is the Principal Investigator. b)

1.

A

project

entitled

Nagapattinam,

Geomorphological

Tamilnadu

since

evolution

of

the

coast

of

Quaternary spnsored by NRDMS-DST

conducted by Dr.K.Anbarasu has been completed and the final report has been submitted. 10. Patents generated, if any:

Nil

11. New collaborative research Programmes:

Nil

12. Research grants received from various agencies 1. Rs. 1,66,500/- was received from UGC towards Minor Project entitled Single crystal X-Ray diffraction studies of some Potential cardiovascular Drugs with 1,4 – Dihydropyridine moiety by the Department of Physics. 2. Rs.82,500/-

was

received

from

UGC

towards

Minor

Project

entitled

Diagnosis of human diseased by serum analysis using immunological tools by the Department of Zoology. 3. Rs.1,72,500/Investigation

was on

received the

from

growth

UGC

and

towards

Minor

characterization

Project of

entitled

NLO

active

semiorganic crystals by the Department of Physics. 4. Rs.67,500/- was received from UGC towards Minor Project entitled A study on unorganized labourers in Tiruchirapalli by the Department of Economics. 5. Rs.27,500/- was received from UGC towards Minor Project entitled Integral solutions of Diophantine equations by the Department of Mathematics. 6. Rs.4,00,000/- was received from DST – SSS towards Major project entitled Textural

characteristics

of

shallow

sub

surface

and

quanternary

sediments of Cauvery Delta by the Department of Geology. 7. Rs. 4,00,000/- was received from DST towards Major Project entitled Neotectonic activity along the coast of Northern Tamilnadu by the Department of Geology. 8. Rs.

4,00,000/-

was

received

from

DST

towards

Major

Project

entitled

Foraminifera as a tool to study the shallow subsurfrace and the Quaternary Geology of the Cauvery Delta region by the Deparment of Geology.

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9. Rs.3,90,000/- was received from DST towards Major Project entitled Benthic foraminifera

as

a

tool

for

environmental

impact

assessment

and

sediment transport – A case study from the inner shelf of Gulf of Munnar, Southeast coast of India by the Department of Geology. 10. Rs. 75,000/- was received from UGC towards Minor Project entitled Status and ecology of spot-billed pelioan pelecanus philipensis in Karaivetti bird sanctuary, Tamil Nadu by the Department of Zoology. 11. Rs. 1,52,000/- was received from UGC towards Major Research Project entitlied Urban Health Care and Medical Facility by the Department of Commerce.

13. Details of research scholars 84

scholars

undergo

M.Phil

Programme

and

34

scholars

undergo

Ph.D programme. See Annexure IX. 14. Citation index of faculty members and impact factor: Nil 15. Honors/Awards to the faculty:

Nil

16. Internal resources generated About Rs.60, 00,000/- was collected by way of students fee for the conduct of the self financing programmes. Parent Teacher association has contributed Rs.7, 00,000/-. 17. Details of departments getting SAP, COSIST (ASSIST)/DST. FIST, etc. assistance/recognition Botany, Geology and Chemistry departments have FIST sponsored departments. Mathematics and Physics Department have submitted proposals seeking grants under FIST Scheme. 18. Community services The College has NCC, NSS, RRC, USSC, SHG, YRC, Rotaract etc. units. Community

service

activities

have

been

conducted

by

these

units

and

clubs.

The details are in Annexure X. 19. Teachers and officers newly recruited Government of Tamil Nadu has not given permission to fill up the vacancies in the Teaching and Non-Teaching Posts. 20. Teaching – Non-teaching staff ratio:

1:2

21. Improvements in the library services:. An Audio Visual section has been established in the Library with 14 computers with multimedia and internet facilities.

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22. New books/journals subscribed and their value The list of books purchased is given in Annexure XI. No new journal has been subscribed, but all the journals subscribed during the last year have been renewed. Books Purchased total amount

Rs. 2,93,772.10/-

Journals subscribed total amount

Rs.53,683.00/Total

Rs. 3,47,455.10 /-

23. Courses in which student assessment of teachers is introduced and the action taken on student feedback Student assessment of teachers has been introduced for all the courses in the college. 24. Unit cost of education:

Rs.21, 000/= per student.

25. Computerization of administration and the process of admissions and examination results, issue of certificates The

entire

administration

of

the

college

including

the

activities

of

the

Departments have been computerized. Since the College is affiliated to Bharathidasan University, publishing the results and issue of mark statements are not under our purview. Transfer Certificate, Attendance Certificate, Course Certificate and other certificates are issued using the computerized data bank.

Bharathidasan University

publishes the examinations results through internet. The College allows students to Browse in the Data Center to know the results. A touch screen facility would shortly be installed in the office for the benefit of students to collect the details about Admission, Fees, Examination etc. 26. Increase in the infrastructural facilities  An exclusive block to accommodate 4 NCC units of the College has been constructed.  A Block to accommodate NSS, Placement Cell, FineArts and Audio Visual and College stores has been constructed.  A car has been provided to for his use Principal.  An Audio Visual section has been established in the Library with 14 computers with multimedia and internet facilities.  Bitumen top road has been laid across the campus.  Street lights have been erected on the side of the roads.  40 computers have been purchased.  Two LCD Projectors have been purchased.  All the department Staff rooms have been renovated and Air Conditioned.  Auditorium is being renovated.

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 A Computer laboratory and instrumentation laboratory have been established in the Department of Chemistry with DST-FIST support. 27. Technology upgradation In the Department of Chemistry a Computer and Sophisticated Instruments laboratories were established with DST-FIST grant. Computer Laboratory A Computer laboratory has been set up in the Department of Chemistry with 13 computers, one printer, one scanner and a web camera with complete networking facility. This computational facility is now very much useful to the faculty as well as students to do modern research projects in the field of computational chemistry and theoretical chemistry. In fact, a few faculty members have initiated research in cheminformatics and bioinformatics area using this facility. This facility is also used for the post-graduate students to study the C programming and molecular modeling concepts with hand-on practical sessions. The internet facility is helpful to students and staff in accessing the essentially unlimited resources of information not conventionally obtainable through other means. Web camera is used for internet chatting, online seminars and exchange of ideas with eminent scientists from various parts of the world. Instruments Laboratory A sophisticated Instruments laboratory has been set up in the Department of Chemistry with an aim of developing the research activities. There are three major equipment pieces of -UV-Visible spectrophotometer interfaced with the Thermostat, FTIR Spectrophotometer and Electrochemical Workstation along with a Digital Balance with four digit accuracy and Sonicator. UV-Visible spectrophotometer is used for the detection of conjugation, geometrical isomers, and functional groups of organic substances, qualitative and quantitative analysis, detection of impurities, molecular weight

determination,

chemical

kinetics

experiments

with

variable

temperature,

charge-transfer transitions, tautomeric equilibirium, recognition of metal, valency and spin, coordination around metal and distortion, strength of ligands and charge transfer between metal and ligand. FT-IR Spectrophotometer is used to characterize the property of both organic and inorganic molecules such as identification of substances, determination of molecular structure, studying the progress of reactions, detection of impurities, isomerism in both organic and inorganic chemistry, high modes of vibration, lower symmetry of complexes, formation of chelates, shape of symmetry of a molecule, presence of water in a sample, measurements of paints and varnishes, examination of old paintings and artifacts and identification of the odour and taste components of food. Electrochemical Workstation is used to follow reaction kinetics and exchange reactions, study the interaction of drug molecules with DNA and enzymes, study the electron transfer properties of organic and inorganic molecules and study the

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electro-organic chemistry of pharmaceutical intermediates. Digital Balance is helpful for synthetic experiments and used for the spectral and electrochemical studies that can be carried out with the above instruments. Sonicator is used to induce chemical reactions and to make homogenous solutions for spectral and electrochemical studies. 28. Computer and internet access and training to teachers and students All the Departments have computers. There is a computer laboratory each one for Botany, Chemistry and Geology department. The college has a Computer Laboratory with 100 systems for the use of students of BCA and B.Sc Computer science. Internet facility has been provided to all the Departments, Library, Office and all the HODs’ rooms. 29. Financial aid to students The total amount of scholarship distributed to the students of SC / ST /BC/MBC/DNC and the number of beneficiaries is given below.

SC/ST No. of Students

Sanction Amount

1162

Rs.52,63,683/-

Disbursed – 1138

Rs.51,99,445/-

BC / MBC / DNC No. of Students

Sanction Amount

BC-532

6,04,418/-

Disbursed –BC-511

5,81,501/-

MBC-321

3,86,180/-

Disbursed –MBC-312

3,75,527/-

DNC-130

1,32,453/-

Disbursed –DNC-126

1,27,832/-

30. Activities and support from the Alumni Association More than 1000 old students have registered in the Alumni Association. A meeting of Alumni was held on 15.02.2009. Thiru.S.Balasubramaniam, Chairman CUB and Thiru.A.Natarajan, Former Director, Doordharsan, Chennai were honoured with Outstanding Alumnus Award in the meeting. In the meeting it has been decided to construct an ultra modern building to house the Library with the support of Alumni. 31 Activities and support from the Parent-Teacher Association Parent –Teacher Association contributed Rs.7,00,000/- towards the payment of salary to the guest lecturers. Invited lectures were arranged by PT association.

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32. Health services Under various club activities many programmes on health services have been conducted. The details are given in Annexure XII. The most important achievement in the health services is the release of Blood Donor Directory containing 250 names of students and staff of the college by NCC Air-Wing unit of the college. The copies of the Directory have been distributed to local hospitals. 33. Performance in sports activities The Sports day was celebrated on 19.11.2008. Mr.Mohamed Riyas, an Arjuna Awardee and a Former Olympian was the Chief Guest of the function. Our College Volley Ball team reached the semi finals in both the District Level Inter Collegiate Knock out Tournament and in the Inter Collegiate Competition within Bharathidasan University Area. The team reached quarterfinals in the District Level Competitions in 2 series of matches. Mr.R.Dharmalingam, III B.Com and Mr.B.Nirmal Kumar, II B.Sc. Botany won many

prizes

in

Marathon

Races

conducted

in

various

places

of

Tamil

Nadu.

Mr.R.Saravanan, III B.Sc. Computer Science has won Silver Medal in Power Lifting in the Inter Collegiate Competition in Bharathidasan University area. Women Volley Ball and Kabbadi teams have participated in many Inter Collegiate competitions. The following tables provide details of achievements of students in sports. S.NO

DATE

STUDENT NAME

Event

VENUE

POSITION SECURED

1

07.09.08

R.Dharmalingam III B.Com

Open Cross Country

E-Vellanur West Trichy

VI Place

2

02.10.08

R.Dharmalingam III B.Com

10 Kms

Golden Rock, Trichy

VI Place

3

11.12.08 To 12.12.08

R.Saravanan III BSc Csc.

Power lifting

Silver Medal

4

1.01.09

R.Dharmalingam III B.Com

800 mts

BARD,Inter collegiate Power lifting AVC Mayladuthurai Anna Stadium

5

4.01.09

R.Dharmalingam III B.Com

Half Marathon

HAPP,OFT,Trichy

V Place

6

4.01.09

B.Nirmal Kumar II BSc.Botany

Full Marathon

HAPP,OFT,Trichy

V Place

7

15.02.09

B.Nirmal Kumar II BSc.Botany

Chennai Marathon

Chennai

21st Place

8

21.02.09

B.Nirmal Kumar II BSc.Botany

Kanyakumari Marathon

Kanyakumari

15th place

9

21.02.09

K.Suresh II BSc.Botany

Kanyakumari Marathon

Kanyakumari

16th Place

10

12.03.09 To 13.03.09

R.Dharmalingam III B.Com

800 mts

BARD,Inter collegiate Athletic meet Trichy

4th Place

14

II Place

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12

12.03.09 To 13.03.09 12.03.09 To 13.03.09

S.NO

DATE

1

23.08.08 To 24.08.08 23.08.08 To 24.08.08 01.09.08 To 02.09.08 05.09.08 To 07.09.08 09.09.08 To 11.09.08 12.09.08 To 13.09.08 22.09.08 To 23.09.08 25.09.08 To 26.09.08

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

03.10.08 To 0410.08 04.10.08 To 05.10.08 19.10.08 To 20.10.08 11.12.08 To 12.12.08 21.02.09 To 22.02.09

B.Niramal kumar II BSc.Botany

20kms

B.Niramal kumar II BSc. Botany

10,000mts

NAME OF THE COMPETITION Volleyball, men

BARD,Inter collegiate Athletic meet Trichy BARD,Inter collegiate Athletic meet Trichy

TEAM PERFORMANCE LEVEL OF THE VENUE COMPETITION District Level Y.M.C.A, Trichy

6th

place

5th place

Volleyball Women

District Level

Y.M.C.A, Trichy

POSITION SECURED Reached Quarter final Participation

Kabaddi, men

BARD, InterCollegiate

Imayam College,Thuraiyur

Entered Semi

Kabaddi, men

State Level Inter-Collegiate Tournament BARD, InterCollegiate

Kongu Eng.College,Perundurai

Reached Quarter final Participation

Volleyball Women

BARD, InterCollegiate

Bons Secours College,Thanjavur

Participation

Football, men

BARD, InterCollegiate

Jamal Mohamed College,Trichy

Participation

Volleyball men

District Level Inter-Collegiate knockout Tournament BARD, InterCollegiate

Agricultural College and Research Intitute, Trichy

Entered Semi

Kongu Arts & Science College,Karur

Participation

Volleyball, men

District Level Tournament

Volleyball, men

BARD, InterCollegiate

117 InfBn (TA) The Guards Garuda lines Trichy Jamal Mohamed College,Trichy

Reached Quarter final Entered Semi

Weight lifting &Power lifting

BARD, InterCollegiate

AVC College, Mayiladudurai

Fencing

State Level Inter collegiate

VELS University, Chennai

IInd Place Silver medal Gold medal

Cricket, men

Kabaddi women

UDC, Trichy

34. Incentives to outstanding sportspersons Total expenses of sports persons participating in sports events conducted outside the city are borne by the college. Free banians and trousers are provided to the sportspersons. College fee is waived for outstanding sportspersons. During the coaching session, lunch is provided to all the players free of cost.

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35. Student achievements and awards The prizes and medals won by the students in various activities are shown in Annexure XIII. 36. Activities of the Guidance and Counseling unit The Placement Cell of the college arranges and conducts campus/off-campus recruitment programs regularly to the final year under graduate and post graduate students. Motivation and training programs are also organized for the benefit of the students. The students are made aware of the effective CV presentation methods and are subjected to mock interview practices. The student study centre caters to the needs of aspiring students after the college and library working hours. A special programme to provide the information about various examinations conducted by TNPSC was organized. Mr.Kasi Viswanathan, IAS, Chairman, Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission himself came and explained the details of Examinations conducted by TNPSC. 

Number of Campus Recruitment Programs Organized

:

8



No. of short listed Candidates

-

28 (as on 19.3.09)



No. of offer letters received

-

27 (as on 19.3.09)



Number of Off-Campus recruitment programs for which the placement cell forwarded the eligible students list

:

10



Number of Seminar/ Awareness programs organized

:

02



Number of training/utility programs organized

:

04



Number of training programs to which the students have been sent

:

03

37. Placement services provided to students List

of

Campus Recruitment

Programs

Organized

by the Placement

Cell

Sl.

Name of the Organization /

Date of

No. of

Appointment

No.

Company

Campus

Selected

Orders

Interview

Students

Received by the Cell

th

1

Wheels India limited, Chennai

24

2

Dalmiya Cements, Dalmiyapuram

3

Classic Labs, Madurai (Part-time Job)

2

1

May 2008

3

3

9th July 2008

3

3

5

5

th

May 2008

4

Wisdom Technologies,Trichy-1

29

5

Sutherland

30th Dec.2008

12

12

Global

Services,

Dec. 2008

Trichy-18 6

Asian Paints ltd. Chennai

16th Feb. 2009

2

2

7

City Union Bank, Kumbakonam

27th Feb. 2009

Results

-

awaited

16

8

Paramita Schools, Karim Nagar,

4th March 2009

1

1

August 2008

2

2

Sep. 2008

4

4

Andhra Pradesh 9

Marwo Financial Service Trichy (Off Campus Recruitment)

10

Co-Optex, Thanjavur Division (Part –time Job for one month during Diwali festival)

Functioning of the Placement Cell- A Brief Note The placement cell organizes motivation and training programs for the benefit of the students free of cost. The students are advised to have active e-mail addresses and contact numbers to keep them prepared for the modern interview practices. Before the recruitment programs, they are given training in which they are briefed about the nature of tests, CV writing methods and mock interview practices. Competitive examination oriented books are made available in the college library and the students are directed to make use of this facility. 38. Development Programmes for non-teaching staff As the college office activities have been automated, basic computer training has been provided to all the non-teaching staff. Management has introduced a dress code for non-teaching staff and they are provided with free uniforms. 39. Healthy practices of the institution The College Management has introduced an encouraging system of honoring the Organizing Secretaries of Conferences by presenting them with wristwatches. A system has also been introduced to honor the Staff members who publish Research papers in the refereed Journals with Cash Award. Details are given in Annexure –XIV. All the members of Non-teaching staff are provided with a uniform dress Code. Many endowments have been created to give away awards and prizes annually to outstanding students on the College Day. The College provides space free of cost to Self Help Groups to conduct exhibition and sale of their products for two days every month. The College management gives away additional prizes to the students who win competitions conducted in other colleges. Grants for conducting one-day seminar are provided to the Departments.

40. Linkages developed with National / International/ academic / Research bodies-

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41. Any other relevant information the Institution wishes to add 1.

The College has attained the status of only College in Tamilnadu to have 4 units of NCC consisting of all the three Armed Services. The four units are Army Wing, Armed (Sqn), Air Wing and Naval Wing.

2.

The Company Secretaries of India and the College have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to conduct coaching classes for the candidates appearing for foundation, executive and professional courses for ACS programme under the Public Private Partnership (PPP) Scheme.

3.

Indian Welding Society (IWS), BHEL Small and Medium Industry Association (BHELSIA) and Our College have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to offer a Diploma Course on Fabrication Engineering jointly. IWS and BHELSIA will prescribe the syllabus and the College drawing faculties from engineering institutions will conduct the classes. IWS and BHELSSIA will absorb all the students who undergo the course for employment in the companies of the members.

4.

8 students of our College have secured Univesities Ranks in the examinations conducted by Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirapalli in May 2008.

5.

4 departments – English, Applied Geology, Philosophy and Commerce – have attained 100% results in PG Courses.

6.

The college has introduced a system of issuing a leaflet containing a moral story or famous quotes daily to the students. The practice has received wide appreciation and the daily ‘The Hindu’ published special news about it. Many students maintain an Album of the leaflets and keep them as treasure. The system will be improved in future.

7.

Mr.R.Dharmalingam, III B.Com and Mr.B.Nirmal Kumar, II B.Sc. Botany won many prizes in Marathan Races conducted in various places of Tamil Nadu.

8.

The Regional Field Unit (RFU) of National Testing Services (NTS) established in our College was inaugurated on 18.07.2008.

9.

11 new Endowments have been created to award prizes for the meritorious students.

10.

The following dignitaries visited our College on various occasions during the year. The dignitaries who visited our College include 1.

Dr.M.Ponnavaiko, Vice-Chancellor, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirapalli.

2.

Dr.R.Karpaga Kumaravel, Vice-Chancellor, Maduari Kamarajar University.

3.

Dr.V.Radha Krishnan, Former Registrar, Bharathidasan University.

4.

Dr.Ramasamy, Registrar, Bharathidasan University.

5.

Dr.Aruna Basu Sarcar, IFS, Conservator of Forest, Tiruchirapalli, Commodore UN Chitnavis, DDG, TNP & A, Directorate.

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6.

Dr.Pon Subbiah, Director, NTS, Mysore.

7.

Mr.T.Soundhiah, IAS, District Collector, Tiruchirapalli.

8.

Dr.C.Sylendra Babu, IPS, IG of Police, Chennai.

9.

Dr.Anjali Goswami, and Dr.Anuradha, from Department of Earth Sciences Cambridge University.

10.

Mr.Kasi Viswanathan, IAS, Chairman, TNPSC.

11.

Dr.Ar.Sivakumaran,

Professor,

Singapore.

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Nan

Yan

Technological

University,

Part C Details of the plans of the Institution for the next year 1. MBA and MCA programme would be introduced. 2. An additional section of BA English would be introduced (self financing pattern). 3. The proposal for NAAC reaccreditation has to be submitted. 4. It is proposed to construct an open-air auditorium. 5. Indian Colloquium on Micropaleontology, International Conference on EcologyTexts and Contexts and Tamilnadu History Congress will be organized by the college. 6. A few non -teaching staff would be appointed as many vacancies are yet to be approved by the Government to fill up. 7. The dual degree programme would be introduced. 8. It has been decided to invite more number of multinational companies for campus recruitment. 9. A proposal seeking grants for the construction of women’s hostel would be submitted to the UGC. 10. A proposal seeking grants under FIST scheme would be submitted to the DST for the Dept.of Mathematics and Physics.

Signature of the Coordinator, IQAC (A.Krishnamoorthy)

Signature of the Chairperson, IQAC (K.Anbarasu)

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Annexure I

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Annexure II List of lectures delivered under the auspices of Academic Association during 2008 – 2009 S.

Date

Department

Topic of the Lecture

Name and Address of the

No

speaker 31-07-2008

Principles

and

Applications

of

Remote Sensing

Dr.D.Irudaya Arockiasamy, Reader &

Head,

Biology

Department

&

Plant

of

Plant

Biotechnology,

St.Joseph’s College, Tiruchirapalli 1

20-03-2009

Botany

Conservation threatened genetic the

of plant

resources

of

Kalakkad

Mundanthurai

– Tiger

Reserve in India 22-08-2008

Nanotechnology: emerging

2

18-09-2008

Chemistry

trend

3

Commerce

24-07-2008

Viswanathan,

Coordinator,

Professor,

Centre

for

Herbal

Drug Discovery & Development, Department

of

Plant

Bharathidasan

Science, University,

Tiruchirapalli An and

application

Dr.P.Sakthivel, Reader, Centre for Nano-Science

and

Technology,

Alagappa University, Karaikudi

Principle

and

Applications

07-08-2008

Dr.M.B.

of

Dr.V.Subramanian,

Scientist,

Central Leather Research Institute,

Molecular Modeling

Chennai

Basic of Computer and

Dr.M.Bava

be trained in atleast

Joint Director, Joint Directorate of

one

Collegiate Education, Tiruchirapalli

accounting

Mohideen,

Regional

software

Region, Tiruchirapalli

Changning World

Dr. P.N.P Mohammed Sahabudeen, Head Department of Economics, Jamal

College,

Tiruchirapalli

Economics

4

Mohamed

15-10-2008

5

14-08-2008

22-01-2009

English

Second Green Revolution – Need of the hour Literature and

Dr.R.Rajendran

Communication Skills

Department of English, NIT, Trichy

Writing for everyday

Prof.M.Mary

life

Department of English, Holy Cross

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Dr.C.Meenakshisundaram,

Jeyanthi,

Head,

Lecturer,

26-03-2009

Greatness

of

Shakespeare

as

a

Mr.Rathnasamy,

Rtd.,

Govt.High

School Head Master

dramatist 14-08-2008

Global Warming

Dr.R.Baskaran, Professor & Head, Research

Coordinator

Department

of

OASTC,

Earth

Sciences,

Tamil University, Thanjavur 20-01-2009

An

Introduction

of

Mammalian Research 6

Geology 20-01-2009

Geochemistry

23-09-2008 7

Goswami,

Department

of

Lecturer,

Earth

Sciences,

Cambridge University, UK Application

24-03-2009

Dr.Anjali

of in

the

Dr.Aradhana Tripati, Researcher, Department

of

Earth

Sciences,

study of Palaeoclimate

Cambridge University, UK

An

Dr.M.Manickavasagam,

overview

of

Retired

Himalayan

Professor of Indian Institute of

Metamorphic Belt

Tehnology, Roorkee, Uttar Pradesh

Anti-Colonial Uprising

Dr.N.Rajendran,

Prof

Department

of

History

&

Head, History,

Bharathidasan

University,

Tiruchirapalli 30-07-2008

Fuzzy Set Theory

Dr.Rubanraj,

Reader

in

Mathematics, St.Joseph’s College, 8

Mathematics 26-02-2009

08-07-2008 9

Tirchy Applications of Graph

Dr.B.Gayathri,

Theory

Periyar E.V.R College, Tiruchirapalli

Language and Culture

Dr.A.R.Sivakumaran,

Professor,

National

Education,

Philosophy

LSG

Institute

in

of

Maths,

Nan Yan Technological University, Singapore

06-08-2008 10

Industrial Physics

Expectations

Mr.A.Senthil Annamalai, Chairman, from

CII-Trichy

Science Graduates. 02-09-2008

Physics in the Field of

Dr.R.Ravi,

Medicine

Department

Professor of

&

Radiology

Head, and

Diagnostics, K.A.V.P Government Medical College Hospital.

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10-09-2008

Soild

28-07-2008

State

Lighting

Dr.J.Kumar, Director & Professor,

and Advancements in

Crystal

Growth

Solar Cells

University, Chennai

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Center,

Anna

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24-12-2008

Tamil

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23-03-2009

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Kidth;.f.ghyfpU~;zd;

08-08-2008

Biodiversity of coastal

Mr.T.Vaitheeswaran,

areas

Scientist,

Zoology

of

Manner.

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Gult

of

Fisheries

Senior College

Research Institute Tuticorin

and

Annexure – III Details of the endowments created to give away prizes for outstanding students 1.

Ms.Rekha Raghunathan, Chennai has created an Endowment in the name of her grandfather Dr.R.Kalamegam to award a prize for the Best outgoing student of B.Sc. Zoology.

2.

Sri.S.Parthasarathi, Advocate, Bangalore has created an Endowment in the name of Sri.V.Srinivasan, to award a prize for the Best outgoing student of B.A. Economics.

3.

Dr.S.Shobana, Dept.of Economics, National College, Trichy has instituted an Endowment in her name for conducting an annual Endowment lecture in Economics.

4.

Sri.Diljith C.Shah, Trichy has created an Endowment in his name for conducting an annual Endowment lecture in Economics.

5.

Sri.B.S.Ramadas, Bangalore, has created an Endowment in the name of Mrs.Sridevi, to award a prize for the Best outgoing student of B.A. Economics.

6.

Sri.S.Ravindran, Managing Trustee, Santhanam Charitable Trust, Trichy has created

an

Endowment

called

Advocate

Sri.R.Krishnamoorthy

Memorial

Endowment, for the top scorer in the subject Mercantile Law. 7.

Sri.K.Mahadevan and Sri.K.Rajan, Trichy, have created an Endowment in the name of Prof.S.Parthasarathy, to give a prize to the First Rank Holder in Sanskrit.

8.

Dr.M.Palanisamy has created an Endowment in the name of M.Murugaia Udaiyar to award a prize for the First Rank holder in Mathematical Physics.

9.

Dr.S.Sivakumar has created an Endowment to award a prize for the Best outgoing students of III B.Sc. Geology.

10.

Dr.V.M.Ananthanarayanan has created an Endowment to give a prize for top scorer in Part I Sanskrit of the Un-Aided Section. An endowment in the name of Dr.M.A.Gopalan has been created to give a prize for the First Rank holder in III B.Sc. Mathematics.

11.

Dr.M.Palanisamy has created an Endowment in the name of M.Murugaia Udaiyar to award a prize for the First Rank holder in Mathematical Physics.

12.

Dr.S.Sivakumar has created an Endowment to award a prize for the Best outgoing student of III B.Sc. Geology.

13.

Dr.V.M.Ananthanarayanan has created an Endowment to give a prize for top scorer in Part I Sanskrit of the Un-Aided Section.

14.

An endowment in the name of Dr.M.A.Gopalan has been created to give a prize for the First Rank holder in III B.Sc. Mathematics.

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Annexure – IV List of Seminars / Workshops/ Conference conducted in the College during the year 2008-2009 1. The Department of Philosophy organized a Two-day UGC Sponsored State Level Seminar on Samayangalum Manithaneyamum on 10th & 11th July 2008. 2. A Workshop on Recent Trends in Zoology for Higher Secondary School Teachers was organized by the Department of Zoology for three days from 24th to 26th September 2008 with a grant from TNSCST, Chennai, NCSTC, New Delhi and Academy of Higher Education. 3. The UGC Sponsored

National Seminar on

Crystal

Growth

of

Laser

and

Non-Linear Optical Materials was conducted by the Department of Physics during 25th & 26th September 2008. 4. A one-day State Level seminar on Retail Trade – Issues and Challenges was organized by the Department of Economics on 30.09.2008. 5. The Department of Economics organized a Workshop on Research Methodology in Economics for M.Phil and Ph.D Students on 28th & 29th January 2009. 6. The Department of Zoology organized a One-day Seminar on Current Status of Zoological Studies on 19.02.2009. All the lectures were delivered by the old students of the Department. 7. Ministry of Environment and Forest (MOEF) Sponsored Workshop on Climate Change and Green House Effect on Environment was conducted by the Department of Botany on 20.02.2009 in coordination with Peace Trust, Dindigul. 8. Two-day Lecture Workshop on Frontiers in Chemistry was conducted by the Department of Chemistry on 13th & 14th March 2009. The Workshop was sponsored by Indian Academy of Science - Bangalore, Indian National Science Academy – New Delhi

and the National Academy of Sciences – Allahabad.

9. One-day symposium on Prospects and Challenges in Commerce Education was held on 6th April 2009. 10. A Three-day Workshop on Testing and Evaluation was organized by the Regional Field Unit - 7th Zone located in the Department of Tamil of our College between 28.05.2009 and 30.05.2009.

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Annexure V

LIST OF ENDOWMENT LECTURES ORGANIZED Department of History The ninth G.Venkata Subramanian memorial Endowment Lecture organized by Department of History, National College was delivered at National College on 06.04.09. Dr.K.Rajan, Head, Department of History Pondicherry University was the Chief Guest. He delivered a lecture on the topic The Historical Mapping of South India. In his lecture Dr.K.Rajan explained the features of Historical Atlas of South India. He highlighted the significance of primary sources of historical importance like copper plates, Coins, temple etc., He demonstrated the utilization of data embedded in the Atlas ranging from Paleolithic time down to Vijaya nagar times. The data is arranged in chronological order as well as on the basis of theme to facilitate better understanding of the political social and cultural evolution of mankind. The atlas presents a panoramic view of the spatial distributors of historical material. The atlas is designed to meet the aspirations of the student community and also induce the research scholars for further research in their chosen area. Dr.K.Anbarasu, Principal in his welcome address stressed the significance and uses of endowment lectures. Prof.S.Kailasam, HOD of History welcomed the gathering. Prof.P.Parimalasekar a proposed vote of thanks. Department of Mathematics The Nineth Lecture of Prof. R.BalaKrishnan Endowment was held on Wednesday the 4

th

March, 2009 in the Secretary Sri.K.Santhanam Hall.Dr.Venkatesh Raman,

Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai Spoke on “Introduction to Algorithms and Complexity” Explaining the Concept of Algorithms and the time complexities in implementing various algorithms, he analyzed many hard problems with reference to computer running hours. He mentioned that Algorithms are foundations behind any software and students with Mathematics background can design good and efficient algorithms. Finally he listed some open problems and the current research directions in the Algorithmic field. In his presidential address, Principal Dr. K.Anbarasu described the importance of Mathematics and its role in Algorithm Designing. Earlier, Prof.A.Krishnamoorthy, Head, Department of Mathematics, welcomed the gathering and presented a brief report about the Endowment Lecture. Sankar

Prof. A.Vijaya

performed the master of ceremony. Dr.Manju Somnath proposed the vote

thanks. The Lecture was well attended by large number of Professors and Students.

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gzpapy; khzth;fs; gy FOf;fshf gphpf;fg;gl;L Nfhapypd; Kd;gFjp Rw;Wg;gFjpapy; cs;s nrb kw;Wk; Kl;Gjh;fis mfw;wpdhh;fs;. Nfhapypd; cl;Gwj;jpy; cs;s jy tpUl;rk; gFjp KUfd; rd;djp tpehafh; rd;djp mk;kd; rd;djp jl;rpzh%h;j;jp rd;djp Nghd;w gFjpfspYs;s J}rpfis mfw;wp Jg;GuT nra;jdh;. ehd;fhk; ehs; epfo;thf jpUr;nre;Jiw gFjpfspYs;s kf;fs; gadilfpd;w tifapy; thrd; fz; kUj;Jtkiz jpUr;rpuhg;gs;sp cjtpAld; fz; kUj;Jt Kfhk; elj;jg;gl;lJ. fz; kUj;JtKfhk;pw;F kUj;Jth; rPdpthrd; mth;fs; jiyikapy; kUj;Jt FO gq;F nfhz;lJ. khiy epfo;thf jpUr;nre;Jiw filtPjp gFjpapy; tpopg;Gzh;T ehlfk; kw;Wk; njUf;$j;J epfo;r;rp elj;jg;gl;lJ. Ie;jhk; ehs; epfo;thf jpUr;nre;Jiw gFjpapYs;s mUs;kpF = vsk;Gypak;kd; jpUf;Nfhtpypd; cotuhg;gzp ele;jJ. Nfhapypd; cl;Gw kw;Wk; ntspg;Gw gFjpfspy; mlh;e;J ,Ue;j nrb nfhb kw;Wk; Gw;fis mfw;wp Jg;GuT gzp nra;jdh;. Mwhk; ehs; epfo;thf mg;gFjpapd; tl;lhu mYtyhpd; Ntz;LNfhs;fSf;F ,zq;f jpUr;nre;Jiw gQ;rhaj;jpd; jz;zph;njhl;bia Rj;jg;gLj;jp nfhLj;jdh;. Vohk; ehs; kw;Wk; Kfhkpd; epiwT ehshf FbauR jpd tpoh jpUr;nre;Jiw gFjpapYs;s Muk;gg;gs;sp kw;Wk; cah;epiyg;gs;sapy; nfhz;lhlg;gl;lJ. rpwg;G Kfhkpd; epiwT epfo;thf jpUr;nre;Jiw gQ;rha;j;J jiyth; kw;Wk; Jizj;jiyth; Cuhl;rp kd;w cWg;gpdh;fs; gQ;rha;j;J mYtyh;fs; fye;J nfhz;L khzth;fspd; ehl;L eyg;gzpia ed;wp ghuhl;b Ngrpdhh;fs;. tpohtpy; Kbthf ehl;L eyg;gzpj;jpl;l mYtyh; Nf. ,sq;Nfh midtUf;Fk; ed;wp ghuhl;b Ngrp Kfhik Kbj;J itj;jhh;. ehl;L eyg;gzp jpl;l rpwg;G Kfhk; - %d;whk; myF ekJ fy;Y}hp ehl;L eyg;gzp jpl;lj;jpd; %d;whk; myF me;jey;Y}h; xd;wpaj;jpYs;s nghpafUg;G+h; fpuhkj;jpy; rpwg;G Kfhik 20.01.2009 Kjy; 26.01.2009 tiu elj;jpaJ. ,r;rpwg;G Kfhik me;jey;Y}h; Cuhl;rp xd;wpa ngUe;jiyth; jpU.r.Jiuh[; mth;fs; Jtf;fp itj;jhh;. Kjy; ehsd;W ehl;Leyg; gzpj;jpl;l khzth;fs; fs Ma;T kw;Wk; Gs;sp tptuk; Nrfhpf;Fk; gzpia Nkw;nfhz;ldh;. nkhj;jk; 182 FLk;gq;fspy; Gs;sp tptuk; Nrfhpf;fg;gl;lJ. ,uz;lhk; ehs; xd;wpa Jtf;fg; gs;sp tshfk; Rj;jg;gLj;jg;gl;lJ. md;Nw khzth;fs; tPLtPlhf nrd;W Rw;Wg;Gw R+oy; kw;Wk; Rfhjhuk; gw;wpa tpopg;Gzh;T gpur;rhuk; Nkw;nfhz;ldh;. %d;whk; ehs; xd;wpa Jtf;fg; gs;sp tshfj;jpy; kuf;fd;Wfs; elg;gl;ld. md;Nw NghypNah gw;wpa tpopg;Gzh;T gpur;rhuk; xt;nthU tPLfSf;Fk; nrd;W khzth;fshy; Nkw;nfhs;sg;gl;lJ. ehd;fhk; ehs; kUj;Jt Kfhk; eilngw;wJ. ,k;Kfhkpy; rp.v];.I kUj;Jtkid kUj;Jth; lhf;lh;.gp.Nf.rz;Kfk;> lhf;lh;. Nfj;jhpd;> lhf;lh;.nyl;Rkp MfpNahh; ghpNrhjid nra;jdh;. 45

Ie;jhk; ehs; nghJ fopg;giw gad;gLj;Jk; gof;fj;ij kf;fspilNa Vw;gLj;j xU tpopg;Gzh;T epfo;r;rp eilngw;wJ. cgNahfj;jpy; ,y;yhky; ,Ue;J nghJ fopg;giwia cgNahfpf;Fk; tz;zk; Cuhl;rp mYtyh;fs; %yk; eltbf;if Nkw;nfhs;sg;gl;lJ. Mwhk; ehs; mUs;kpF ghh;Rt ehafp rNkj mf;dp];Rtuh; Nfhapy; Rj;jg;gLj;jg;gl;lJ. md;W khiy Njrpa fy;Y}hp jhtutpay; Nguh.Kidth;.tp.ee;jNfhghy; Gw;W Neha; gw;wpAk;> rh;f;fiu Neha; gw;wpAk; tpog;Gzh;T ciu epfoj;jpdhh;. filrp ehs; xd;wpa Jtf;fg; gs;spapy; FbauR jpd tpohit khzth;fs; rpwg;ghf nfhz;lhbdh;. khzt> khztpah;fSf;F fl;Liu Nghl;b> eldg; Nghl;b> tpisahl;Lg; Nghl;b elj;jg;gl;L ghpR toq;fg;gl;lJ. khiy ele;j epiwT tpoh epfo;r;rpf;F nghpafUg;G+h; Cuhl;rp kd;w jiyth; jpU.gp..uhkre;jpud;> mth;fSk; me;jey;Y}h; Cuhl;rp xd;wpa ngUe;jiyth; jpU.r.Jiuh[; mth;fSk; fye;J nfhz;L rpwg;Giuahw;wpdh;. jpl;lmYtyh; Nguh.v];.FzNrfh; tuNtw;Giu epfo;j;jpdhh;. khzth;. [p.nre;jpy; Fkhh; ed;wp njhptpj;jhh;. NSS Camp- Unit IV The Unit IV of National Service Scheme, National College, Tiruchirapalli conducted a special camp for its volunteers at Mekkudi Village in Anthanaloor Panchayat union from 20-01-2009 to 26.01.2009. The camping activities were inaugurated by Mrs.Vasantha Durairaj, President of Mekkudi Village in the presence of Mr.S.Durairaj, Chairman, Andha Nallur Union. The volunteers cleaned up the panchayat office and the newly built library, the premises of the Marutha Kaliamman temple and the Kasi Viswanathar temple and removed the weed growth around the library and the public Health Centre. Streets were cleaned and the garbage was disposed hygienically. Mr.E.Paul inaugurated

the

Guna Loganath, Coordinator of Youth and Students’ Exnora, tree

planting

programme.

Saplings

were

planted

in

many

pre-identified spots. Mr.Kumar, Coordinator of Nehru Yuvakendra addressed the volunteers on The power of the youth to transform societies and nations. Student volunteers too spoke on consumer rights, global warming, education for all, human rights and saying ‘no’ to plastics. A team of doctors from C.S.I. Mission Hospital, Trichy examined and counseled 155 visitors. Medicines were freely distributed to the patients. A general knowledge quiz was conducted for the volunteers by the programme officer D.E.Benet. Volunteers also took part in teaching English rhymes to the students of Sri Lakshmi Elementary School. ‘Science for Sanitation’ boards were erected in important places

where

people

would

gather.

Mr.M.Therasnathan,

Field

Publicity

Officer,

Directorate of Field Publicity Govt. of India. Spoke on cleanliness and health. A short film on ecosan toilets was screened by the publicity unit.

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The Volunteers engaged themselves in removing the thickets on either side of the narrow road connecting Mekkudi to Periya Karuppur, a distance of one kilometer. Mr.Arumugham, addressed the students and interacted with them on acquiring concentration, disciplining of mind and so on. A cultural event was organized in which the NSS Volunteers and the locals participated eagerly. A skit on alcoholism was an instant hit with the audience. Mrs.D.Vasantha, District Maternity officer, spoke on ‘personal hygiene and oral hygiene’. Dr.Nandagopal of Detp. of Botany, National College with video illustrations explained the problems related to diabetes and the medical care. On the last day the volunteers celebrated the Republic Day with the villagers and the school children. Mrs.Vasantha Durairaj, the Panchayat President hoisted the National Flag. The volunteers took out a rally through the narrow lanes raising slogans on health and they watched the Grahma Sabha proceedings. The efforts of the volunteers to open the public toilet kept under lock and key succeeded with the villagers agreeing to do so. Red Ribbon Club The inaugural function of the activities of the Red Ribbon Club, for the year 2008-2009 was held on 10-09-2008. The inaugural address was delivered by Mrs.Geetha, District Manager, TANSAC, Bharathidasan University, she also talked on a 3-hour module to create awareness of AIDS among students. Prof.S.Indira, Programme Officer attended a one-day training programme conducted by Bharathidasan University, at Bishop Heber College on 29-09-2008. The Valedictory function of the activities of the year of Red Ribbon Club was held on 12.03.2009. Dr.K.Anbarasu, Principal presided over the function. Special lectures were

delivered

by

Mr.A.Jai

Paul,

ICTC

counselor,

Govt.Hospital,

Trichy

and

Mr.R.Kumar, Counselor, Freedom Foundation, Trichy. They discussed the various programmes implemented by Govt. of India to create awareness of AIDS and its prevention. They enlightened the students about the habits to be cultivated among them to prevent AIDS infection. Mrs.Geetha, District Manager, RRC, delivered the valedictory address and distributed the prizes to the students who had won in various competitions conducted previously. Dr.S.Indira, RRC staff coordinator organized the function.

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Rotaract Club The Installation Function of the Rotaract Club was held on 18-08-2008 in the presence of Rtn.PHF.T.Valliappan, District Governor Elect and Mr.Shanmugasundaram, District Rotaract Representative. Rtn.K.Raghunathan, Secretary, Dr.K.Anbarasu, Principal and Prof.A.Krishnamoorthy, Vice-Principal offered their felicitations. The team of Office Bearers for the year 2008-2009 assumed their posts. On 05-09-2008, the Club celebrated Teacher’s Day. On 13-09-2008, more than 100 Rotractors participated in the Srirangam Temple cleaning organized by Tourism Development

Corporation

of

Tamil

Nadu

and

Corporation

of

Tiruchirapalli.

On

08-10-2008, the Club rendered its service by demonstrating the hazards of smoking and use of drugs at the Kangaroo Seva Trust, Karumandapam. On 14-11-2008, the Club organized various competitions and gave away prizes to the Young Children at HOPE orphanage. On 02.01.2009, there was a Group Study Exchange Programme. Rotaractors from Mexico visited our club and interacted with our members. They sought details about marriage ceremonies and other domestic functions of us. They also sought details about Hindu deities like Vinayaga, Shiva, Brahma, Vishnu, Lakshmi, Saraswathi etc., A brief account of Ramayana and Mahabharatha was also provided to them. As a service project, our club conducted a programme what next? on 07.02.2009 at S.M.H.Sec. School, Woraiyur. Mr.Suresh Kumar, Director, Employment and Training, Trichy conducted the Programme. More than 100 Higher Secondary students belonging to Six Rural Schools around Trichy participated in the Programme. Mr.Suresh Kumar listed various opportunities for job orientated higher education. He motivated the students with illustrations. At end of the programme, he cleared doubts and clarifications through an active interaction with the students. There was an overwhelming response from the students. Youth Red Cross Society Mr.S.Lawrence, Programme

on

Dist.Hon.Secretary.IRCS

08-07-2008.

He

explained

inaugurated

the

importance

the

Aids

Awareness

of

Aids

Awareness.

Miss.Santhi, Department Coordinator, Youth Red Education Programme spoke on dangers and the need for Aids Awareness.

Mr.Ezhil, Mr.Manikandan and Miss.Ambika

Councilors attended the Meeting. Dr.T.Seshasayee welcomed the gathering and Mr.M.Yuvaraj, II M.Com delivered a vote of thanks. Ten volunteers of Youth Red Cross got training in the Programme. On 22-08-2008, Youth Red Cross Society organized a Blood Donation Camp in collaboration with the NCC Army Wing of the College. More than eighty volunteers of the society and cadets of NCC donated Blood to Thanjavur Youth Red Cross Blood Bank.

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Women’s Day Celebrations The International Women’s Day was celebrated on April 4th 2009. Principal Dr.K.Anbarasu, in his presidential address, spoke about the importance of creating gender equality. He pointed out that though women formed 50% of the population, their role in generating income for the families was negligible. He wanted the girl students to shed

their

inhibition

and

participate

in

activities

on

equal

footing

with

men.

Mrs.Rani Muralidharan, Proprietor, GK Sons Engineering Enterprises Pvt. Ltd., Mannarpuram, Trichy was the Chief Guest. She reminded the audience how in the past women were not allowed to get education and denied basic rights. She said that women should attain economic independence. She advised the girl students to make efforts to come up in life and reach greater heights. Mrs. R.Padma, Advocate spoke on Women’s rights. In her speech, she explained the various legal provisions available for women to protect themselves against atrocities. She also spoke about the domestic violence on women. Many students sought the legal provision available for the problems that they were facing in their families. Ms.S.Sunitha, LSG, Department of Chemistry welcomed the gathering. Ms.E.Padmapriya of II M.Sc. Mathematics proposed a vote of thanks. Consumer Club The Consumer Club of the College organised a function jointly with Tiruchirapalli District

Administration

to

celebrate

National

Consumer

Day

on

23.12.2008.

Dr.K.Anbarasu, Principal, welcomed the gathering. Tiruchirapalli District Collector Thiru.T.Soundhia said that it was essential for the public to know about the consumer rights and the acts governing them. He also said that the consumer awareness should begin from the younger generation and that was the reason consumer clubs were formed in Schools and Colleges. Mr.S.Martin, Secretary, FEDCOT, Tiruchirapalli spoke on various aspects of Consumer Protection Act. Mrs.Sagunthala Srinivasan, President, Trichy Pianeetalar Iyakkam, Tiruchirapalli and Mr.M.Sekaran, Secretary, Tamil Nadu Consumer Federation also spoke. Dr.V.R.Mathizahagan, Coordinator of Consumer Club proposed a vote of thanks. The first copy of the booklet on Consumer Rights was released by the District Collector and received by Dr.K.Anbarasu, Principal. Students’ Exnora Students’ Exnora was inaugurated at the college on

05 - 01 – 2009 by

Dr. N. Balasubramanian, M.D., D.D., Dean, Government Medical College, Perambalur. To mark the inauguration, he planted a tree sapling in the college. During his inaugural speech, he spoke on the need for doing social service. Mr. S. P. Mohan, State President, Youth and Students’ Exnora installed the team of office bearers for 2008 -2009. Principal Dr. K. Anbarasu, presided over the function. In his address, he wanted the students to participate in extra curricular activities in large numbers. He pointed out, giving examples, how co curricular activities helped students of our college in their career

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achievement. Secretary K. Raghunathan offered his felicitation during the occasion. Mr. Perumal, of I.B.A., English read out the plan of action for the year. Mr. Sakthivel, II CS., President of the association, proposed a vote of thanks. Prof. V. Sri Ramachandran, Lecturer, Department of English, and Staff adviser for Youth and Students’ Exnora of the college orgnised the function.

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Annexure - XI List of books purchased during the year 2008-2009

S.N 1.

AUTHOR GURUMANI. N

TITILE RESEARCH

PUBLISHERS

METHODOLOGY:

FOR BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

MJP PUBLISHERS MJP PUBLISHERS

2.

RAJENDRAN. P

MICROBIAL BIOREMEDIATION

3.

ATTWOOD TERASA. K

INTRODUCTION

TO

BIRINJOMATICS

PEARSON MJP PUBLISHERS

4.

VEERAKUMARI. L

BIO INSTRUMENTATION

5.

IRYAN ALI KHAN

ESSENTIALS

OF

BIO

TECHNOLOGY 6.

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INTRODUCTION

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BIO

STATISTICS

MJP PUBLISHERS S.CHAND

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VERMA. P.S

GENETICS

8.

SHUKLA. R.S

CYTO GENETICS, EVOLUTION AND BIO STATISTICS

S.CHAND

9.

PANDEY. B.P

COLLEGE BOTANY

S.CHAND

10.

DUBEY. R.C

PRACTICAL MICRO BIOLOGY

S.CHAND

11.

STANLEY, SHALEESHA. A

BIO ETHICS

WISDOM

12.

GUPTA. P.K

METHODS IN ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS WATER, SOIL & AIR

AGROBIOS

13.

LOHAR, PRAKASH. S

BIO TECHNOLOGY

MJP

14.

VEERAKUMARI. L

BIO CHEMISTRY

MJP

15.

REMA. L.P

APPLIED BIOTECHNOLOGY

MJP

16.

PASUPULETI, MATESH

MOLECULAR BIO TECHNOLOGY

MJP

17.

CHUMBER, SUNIL

THESIS AND DISSERTATION

PEEPEE

18.

CHUMBER, SUNIL

THESIS AND DISSERTATION

PEEPEE

19.

GUPTA, MADHVI

PRACTICAL

BIO

CHEMISTRY

MADE EASY 20.

DAS, SATYA. N

PEEPEE

ESSENTIALS

OF

BIO

TECHNOLOGY FOR STUDENTS

PEEPEE PEEPEE

21.

LAL, HARBANS

HELP LINE IN BIO CHEMISTRY

22.

SAINI, DEEPAK. K

BASIC

CONCEPTS

OF

IMMUNOLOGY 23.

SAINI, DEEPAK. K

BASIC

CONCEPTS

PEEPEE OF

IMMUNOLOGY 24.

SAINI, DEEPAK. K

BASIC

CONCEPTS

IMMUNOLOGY

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PEEPEE OF PEEPEE

25.

SAINI, DEEPAK. K

BASIC

CONCEPTS

OF

IMMUNOLOGY 26.

SAINI, DEEPTI

HAND

PEEPEE

BOOK

OF

PRACTICAL

BIO CHEMISTRY

PEEPEE

27.

MEBROTRA. R.S

PLANT PATHOLOGY

TATA MC GRAW

28.

CAUVERY. R

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

S.CHAND

29.

GUPTA. P.K

ELEMENTS

OF

BIO

TECHNOLOGY 30.

JOGDAND. S.N

RASTAGI

ADVANCES

IN

BIO

TECHNOLOGY 31.

BEGUM. R

A

TEXT

HIMALAYA

BOOK

OF

GOODS,

NUTRITION OF DIETETICS 32.

AJOY PAUL

TEXT

BOOK

OF

CELL

STERLING AND

MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 33.

KOTHARI. CR.

NEW RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

34.

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INTERNATIONAL BISHEN

FLORA OF THE PRESIDENCY OF

MAHENDRA

MADRAS VOL. I

SINGH

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BISHEN FLORA OF THE PRESIDENCY OF

MAHENDRA

MADRAS VOL. II

SINGH

GAMBLE. J.S

BISHEN FLORA OF THE PRESIDENCY OF

MAHENDRA

MADRAS VOL. III

SINGH

GAMBLE. J.S

BISHEN FLORA OF THE PRESIDENCY OF

MAHENDRA

MADRAS VOL. I

SINGH

GAMBLE. J.S

BISHEN FLORA OF THE PRESIDENCY OF

MAHENDRA

MADRAS VOL. II

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BISHEN FLORA OF THE PRESIDENCY OF

MAHENDRA

MADRAS VOL. III

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MAHENDRA

MADRAS VOL. II

SINGH

GAMBLE. J.S

MATHLEW. K.M

BISHEN FLORA OF THE PRESIDENCY OF

MAHENDRA

MADRAS VOL. III

SINGH

THE

FLORA

OF

THE

PALNI

HILLS - P I 44.

MATHLEW. K.M

THE

FLORA

HERBARIUM OF

THE

PALNI

HILLS - P I 45.

MATHLEW. K.M

THE

FLORA

MATHLEW. K.M

THE

FLORA

OF

THE

PALNI

MATHLEW. K.M

THE

FLORA

OF

THE

PALNI

MATHLEW. K.M

THE

FLORA

OF

THE

PALNI

MATHLEW. K.M

THE

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OF

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MATHLEW. K.M

THE

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OF

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PALNI

MATHLEW. K.M

THE

FLORA

OF

THE

PALNI

MATHLEW. K.M

THE

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OF

THE

PALNI

MATHLEW. K.M

THE

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OF

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MATHLEW. K.M

THE

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OF

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HILLS - P I 54.

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HILLS - P I 53.

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HILLS - P III 52.

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HILLS - P I 51.

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HILLS - P I 47.

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HILLS - P I 46.

RAPIRAT

ILLUSTRATIONS

RAPIRAT HERBARIUM

ON

THE

RAPIRAT

FLORA OF THE PALNI HILLS

HERBARIUM

ILLUSTRATIONS

RAPIRAT

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FLORA OF THE PALNI HILLS

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TO ON

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FLORA OF THE PALNI HILLS IN

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SUPPLEMENT ILLUSTRATIONS

60.

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ON

THE

FLORA OF THE PALNI HILLS IN

RAPIRAT

INDIA

HERBARIUM

SUPPLEMENT

TO

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ON

THE

FLORA OF THE PALNI HILLS IN

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INDIA

HERBARIUM

62.

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DICTIONARY OF BOTANY

A-1 T - B - S

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DICTIONARY OF BOTANY

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DAS. H.K

TEXT

BOOK

OF

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TECHNOLOGY 65.

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AN

WILEY INDIA

INTRODUCTION

TO

BIO

STATISTICS

MJP

66.

ARORA. M.P

MICROBIOLOGY

HIMALAYA

67.

PELCZAR. M.J

MICROBIOLOGY

TATA MC GRAW

68.

MEHROTRA. R.S

PLANT PATHOLOGY

TATA MC GRAW

69.

CHATTERZI. A.T

INTRODUCTION

TO

ENVIRONMENT 70.

BANERJEE. P.K

INTRODUCTION

PHI TO

BIO

PHYSICS

S.CHAND NAROSA

71.

SRIVASTAVA. M.C

MICROBIAL BIO CHEMISTRY

72.

NAIR. A.J

PRINCIPLES

OF

BIO

TECHNOLOGY 73.

MALACINSKI. G.M

ESSENTIALS

LAKSHMI OF

MOLECULAR

BIOLOGY

NAROSA

74.

STANLEY. S.A

BIO ETHICS

WISDOM

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CARTER. S.J

TUTORIAL PHARMACY

CBS

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76.

GORE, MARVIN

ELEMENTS

OF

SYSTEMS

ANALYSIS 77.

MARIMUTHU. R

GALGOTIA

MICROSCOPY

AND

MICRO

TECHNIQUE 78.

ACQUAAH. G.

MJP

HORTICULTURE - PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES

PHI NAROSA

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SAMBAMURTHY. A.V.SS

MOLECULAR GENETICS

80.

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FLORA OF THE PRESIDENCY OF MADRAS - VOL I

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BISHEN

FLORA OF THE PRESIDENCY OF MADRAS - VOL II

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GAMBLE. J.S

BISHEN

FLORA OF THE PRESIDENCY OF MADRAS - VOL III

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SVANBERG. S

ATOMIC

&

BISHEN MOLECULAR

SPECTROSCOPY 84.

GHOSH. J

TEXT

SPRINGA

BOOK

OF

PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY 85.

GHOSH. J

S.CHAND

FUNDAMENTALS CONCEPTS OF APPLIED CHEMISTRY

S.CHAND

86.

PANDEY. O.P

PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY

S.CHAND

87.

CASTELLAN. G.W

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

NAROSA

88.

MADAN. R.L

IN ORGONIC CHEMISTRY

S.CHAND

89.

MADAN. R.L

ORGONIC CHEMISTRY

S.CHAND

90.

MADAN. R.L

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

S.CHAND

91.

MARCH, JERRY

ADVANCED

ORGANIC

CHEMISTRY 92.

AHLUWALIA. V.K

NEW

TRENDS

WILEY IN

GREEN

CHEMISTRY 93.

AHLUWALIA. V.K

NEW

TRENDS

ANAMAYA IN

GREEN

CHEMISTRY 94.

RAO. T.S.S

CHEMISTRY

ANAMAYA FOR

COMPETITIONS 95.

HOLLER. F.J

PRINCIPLES

CBS OF

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97.

PATRICK. G.L

SUNIL CHUMBER

AN

INTRODUCTION

THOMSON TO

MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY

OXFORD

THESIS AND DISSERTATION

PEOPLE

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THESIS AND DISSERTATION

PEOPLE

99.

GUPTA, MANDHIR

PRACTICAL BIO CHEMISTRY MADE EASY

100.

LI. WAI-KEE

ADVANCED

PEOPLE STRUCTURAL

IN

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

OXFORD

101.

VISWANATHAN. B

ELECTRO CHEMISTRY

S.VISWANATHAN

102.

VISWANATHAN. B

ELECTRO CHEMISTRY

S.VISWANATHAN

103.

HIBBERT, BRYM. B

DATA

ANALYSIS

FOR

CHEMISTRY 104.

FURNISS, BRIAN. S

VOGILS

OXFORD

TEXT

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PRACTICAL

OF

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CHEMISTRY

PEARSON

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MACOMBER, ROGER

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY VOL. I

VIVA

106.

MACOMBER, ROGER

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY VOL. II

VIVA

107.

VALCARCEL. M

PRINCIPLES

OF

ANALYTICAL

CHEMISTRY 108.

VINAY PRABHA SHARMA

ESSENTIALS

SPRINGA OF

BIO

-

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

PRAGATE

109.

VISWANATHAN. B

ELECTRO CHEMISTRY

S.VISWANATHAN

110.

VISWANATHAN. B

ELECTRO CHEMISTRY

S.VISWANATHAN

111.

VISWANATHAN. B

ELECTRO CHEMISTRY

S.VISWANATHAN

112.

VISWANATHAN. B

ELECTRO CHEMISTRY

S.VISWANATHAN

113.

VISWANATHAN. B

ELECTRO CHEMISTRY

S.VISWANATHAN

114.

VISWANATHAN. B

ELECTRO CHEMISTRY

S.VISWANATHAN

115.

O'NEIL, PETER

BLACK ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

116.

WILEY

SILBEY

BLACK PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

117.

CHARESTIAN, GARY. D

METIV, HORIA

BLACK

PHYSICAL

CAREY, FRANCIS. A

CHEMISTRY, TAYLOR & FARNCIS

ADVANCED

ORGANIC

CHEMISTRY 120.

HIBBERT, BRYM. B

DATA

ANALYSIS

SPRINGER FOR

CHEMISTRY 121.

HIBBERT, BRYM. B

DATA

ANALYSIS

CHEMISTRY

56

ACADEMY

WILEY

KINETICS 119.

ACADEMY

WILEY

ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 118.

ACADEMY

OXFORD FOR OXFORD

122.

HOUSE, JAMES. E

FUNDAMENTALS CONCEPTS OF APPLIED CHEMISTRY

123.

REDDY.

T.S,

HARI.

Y,

PRASAD REDDY 124.

REDDY.

T.S,

126.

REDDY.

T.S,

INCOME TAX THEORY, LAW & PRACTICE

HARI.

Y,

PRASAD REDDY 125.

ACADEMIC

MARGHAM PUB.

INCOME TAX THEORY, LAW & PRACTICE

HARI.

Y,

MARGHAM PUB.

INCOME TAX THEORY, LAW &

PRASAD REDDY

PRACTICE

GORDEN. E

BANKING

MARGHAM PUB. THEORY,

LAW

&

PRACTICE 127.

TANDON. B.N

HIMALAYA

A HANDBOOK OF PRACTICAL AUDITING

S.CHAND S.CHAND

128.

DINKAR PAGARE

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

129.

DINKAR PAGARE

PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF AUDITING

130.

GUPTA, K.KAPUL

S.CHAND

HUMAN

RESOURCE

MANAGEMENT

SAURABB LEARN TECH

131.

JOSEPH ANBARASU. D

BUSINESS STATISTICS

132.

MICHAEL. V.P

HUMAN MANAGEMENT

RESOURCE &

HUMAN

RELATIONS

HIMALAYA HIMALAYA

133.

MITHANI. D.M

INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS

134.

SUBHA RAO. P

PERSONAL

AND

HUMAN

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

HIMALAYA

135.

REDDY. T.S., & MURTHY. A

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

MARGHAM

136.

REDDY. T.S., & MURTHY. A

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

MARGHAM

137.

REDDY. T.S., & MURTHY. A

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

MARGHAM

138.

GUPTA

STATISTICAL METHOD

SULTAN

139.

GUPTA

STATISTICAL METHOD

SULTAN

140.

BRATTON. JOHN

WORK AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR

141.

PREETI SINGH

DYNAMICS

PALGRAVE OF

INDIAN

FINANCIAL SYSTEM 142.

PREETI SINGH

ANE

FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

ANE

143.

JAYAPANDIYAN. S

ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGER

ANE

144.

BHATIA. R.C

BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS

ANE

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145.

SANJEEV. RINKO

ETHICS

AND

VALUE

IN

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

ANE ANE

146.

ANUBHAVANANDHA. S.

ETHICS IN MANAGEMENT

147.

KHURANA. V.K

MANAGEMENT

OF

TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION

ANE

148.

DESMOND. J

CONSUMING BEHAVIOUR

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149.

MURALIDHARAN. V.S

INTELLIGENT MANAGER

ANE

150.

CRANSFIELD

MARKETTING MANAGEMENT

MACMILLAN

151.

BOOCTAERT, GEERT

MANAGING PERFORMANCE

ROUTHEDGE

152.

CHAFFPY, DAVE

E-BUSINESS

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E-

COMMERCE MANAGEMENT

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153.

SCHIFFRMAN, LEON. G

CONSUMING BEHAVIOUR

PEARSON

154.

DYCHE, YILL

THE CRM HAND BOOK

PEARSON

155.

REDDY. T.S

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

MARGHAM

156.

REDDY. T.S

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

MARGHAM

157.

REDDY. T.S

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

MARGHAM

158.

VENKATRAMAN. K

BASIC DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK KEEPING AND ACCOUNTING

159.

VENKATRAMAN. K

BASIC DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK KEEPING AND ACCOUNTING

160.

VENKATRAMAN. K

VENKATRAMAN. K

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168.

VENKATRAMAN. K

REDDY. T.S

MARGHAM

BASIC DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK KEEPING AND ACCOUNTING

167.

MARGHAM

BASIC DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK KEEPING AND ACCOUNTING

166.

MARGHAM

BASIC DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK KEEPING AND ACCOUNTING

165.

MARGHAM

BASIC DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK KEEPING AND ACCOUNTING

164.

MARGHAM

BASIC DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK KEEPING AND ACCOUNTING

163.

MARGHAM

BASIC DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK KEEPING AND ACCOUNTING

162.

MARGHAM

BASIC DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK KEEPING AND ACCOUNTING

161.

MARGHAM

MARGHAM

BASIC DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK KEEPING AND ACCOUNTING

MARGHAM

CORPORATE ACCOUNTING

MARGHAM

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169.

REDDY. T.S

CORPORATE ACCOUNTING

MARGHAM

170.

REDDY. T.S

CORPORATE ACCOUNTING

MARGHAM

171.

REDDY. T.S

CORPORATE ACCOUNTING

MARGHAM

172.

REDDY. T.S

CORPORATE ACCOUNTING

MARGHAM

173.

REDDY. T.S

CORPORATE ACCOUNTING

MARGHAM

174.

RAGAVANANTHAN. N.S

BUSINESS

&

MANAGEMENT

ACCOUNTING 175.

RAGAVANANTHAN. N.S

BUSINESS

&

MARGHAM MANAGEMENT

ACCOUNTING 176.

SREENIVASAN. M.R

MARGHAM

COMPANY LAW & SECRETARIAL PRACTICE

177.

SREENIVASAN. M.R

MARGHAM

COMPANY LAW & SECRETARIAL PRACTICE

178.

SREENIVASAN. M.R

MARGHAM

COMPANY LAW & SECRETARIAL PRACTICE

MARGHAM

179.

SANTHANAM. B

FINANCIAL SERIES

MARGHAM

180.

SANTHANAM. B

FINANCIAL SERIES

MARGHAM

181.

SANTHANAM. B

FINANCIAL SERIES

MARGHAM

182.

VENGADMANI. S

PRACTICAL AUDITING

MARGHAM

183.

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PRACTICAL AUDITING

MARGHAM

184.

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PRACTICAL AUDITING

MARGHAM

185.

VENGADMANI. S

PRACTICAL AUDITING

MARGHAM

186.

NATARAJAN. L

INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT

MARGHAM

187.

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INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT

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188.

NATARAJAN. L

INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT

MARGHAM

189.

NATARAJAN. L

SERVICES MARKETTING

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190.

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SERVICES MARKETTING

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191.

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SERVICES MARKETTING

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192.

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193.

SANKARAN. S

BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

MARGHAM

194.

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BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

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195.

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196.

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BUSINESS POLICY

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STRATEGIC MARGHAM

198.

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BUSINESS POLICY

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MANAGEMENT 199.

SANKARAN. S

MARGHAM

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS & ENVIRONMENT

200.

SANKARAN. S

MARGHAM

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS & ENVIRONMENT

MARGHAM

201.

SANKARAN. S

INTERNATIONAL TRADE

MARGHAM

202.

SANKARAN. S

INTERNATIONAL TRADE

MARGHAM

203.

SANKARAN. S

INTERNATIONAL TRADE

MARGHAM

204.

JAYASREE SURESH

ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT

205.

JAYASREE SURESH

MARGHAM

ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT

206.

JAYASREE SURESH

MARGHAM

ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT

207.

JAYASREE SURESH

MARGHAM

ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT

208.

JAYASREE SURESH

MARGHAM

ENTREPRENEURIAL DEVELOPMENT

MARGHAM MARGHAM

209.

NATARAJAN. L

INTERNATIONAL MARKETTING

210.

SARAVANAVEL. P

PRODUCTION

&

MATERIALS

MANAGEMENT 211.

SARAVANAVEL. P

MARGHAM

ADVERTISING

AND

SALESMANSHIP 212.

SARAVANAVEL. P

ADVERTISING

MARGHAM AND

SALESMANSHIP

MARGHAM

213.

RAVILOCHANAN. P

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

MARGHAM

214.

RAVILOCHANAN. P

A GUIDE TO PROJECTS

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215.

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A GUIDE TO PROJECTS

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216.

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A GUIDE TO PROJECTS

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217.

RAVILOCHANAN. P

A GUIDE TO PROJECTS

MARGHAM

218.

RAVILOCHANAN. P

A GUIDE TO PROJECTS

MARGHAM

219.

MURTHY. A

ELEMENTS OF INSURANCE

MARGHAM

220.

MURTHY. A

PRINCIPLES

221.

RAVI, T-S

PRACTICE

OF

INSURANCE

MARGHAM

HUMAN RIGHTS

MARGHAM

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THINGAN. MC

THE

ECONOMICS

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DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING

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THINGAN. MC

MICRO ECONOMIC THEORY

VRINDA

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PUBLIC FINANCE

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225.

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ECONOMICS OF SERVICES

ANE BOOKS

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PUBLIC FINANCE

ANE BOOKS

227.

BRAJESH KUMAR

MODERN MICRO ECONOMICS

ANE BOOKS

228.

BEG. M.A

MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS

ANE BOOKS

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SIPRA, MUKHOGADEYAY

TOURISM ECONOMICS

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230.

AGARWAL. H.S

MICRO ECONOMIC THEORY

ANE BOOKS

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SWASTI MITTER

GENDER AND THE DIGITIAL ECONOMY

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SAGE

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SALES

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CUSTOMER SERVICE

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MONEY AND BANKING

ANE BOOKS

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MONEY, BANKING AND PUBLIC FINANCE

236.

PRASAD. K

ANE BOOKS

STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

MAC MILLAN

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KHANIJO. M.K

KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY

SAGE

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SOUZA. E.D

MACRO ECONOMICS

PEARSON

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GURUSAMY. S

FINANCIAL SERVICES

VIJAY MOOLE

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KOONTZ. HAROLD

TATA PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

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242.

SRINATH BARUAH

ARYASRI. A.R

243.

LEONARD. A.G

244.

PUGEL. T.A

MAC MILLAN

MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS AND

TATA

FINANCIAL ANALYSIS

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TAMIL NADU ECONOMY

MAC MILLAN TATA

BRUE. STANLEY

ALBERT, EDWARD

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HISTORY LITERATURE

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GRAW

HILL TATA

ESSENTIALS ECONOMICS 246.

GRAW

BASIC MATHEMATICS AND ITS

INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS 245.

MC

HILL

ENGLISH OXFORD

247.

WOOD. F.T

A

REMEDIAL

GRAMMAR

ENGLISH

FOR

FOREIGN

STUDENTS 248.

PANT. G.P

MAC MILLAN

THE AUTO BIOGRAPHY OF AN UNKNOWN INDIAN

LASHMI NARAIN

249.

SASTRI. P.S

WALT WHITMAN

LASHMI NARAIN

250.

ANITA DESAI

VOICES IN THE CITY

ORIENT

251.

KHUSHWANT SINGH

LAND OF FIVE RIVERS

ORIENT

252.

NARAYANAN. R.K

GRAND MOTHERS TALE

INDIAN THOUGHT

253.

NARAYANAN. R.K

THE GUIDE

INDIAN THOUGHT

254.

OLIVER. E.S

AMERICAN LETERATURE 1890 1965

255.

FISHER. W.J

AMERICAN

S.CHAND LETERATURE

OF

THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

S.CHAND LASHMI NARAIN

256.

SATHISH KUMAR

INDO ANGLIAN POETRY

257.

SASTRI. P.S

ROBERT

BROWNING

-

SELECTED POEMS

LASHMI NARAIN

258.

NARAYANAN. R.K

TALKATIVE MAN

INDIAN THOUGHT

259.

KANWAL. G.R

PARADISE LOST BOOK - 1

SURJECT

260.

KHANDELWAL. K.N

THE DISCOVERY OF INDIA

LASHMI NARAIN

261.

VAIDYANATHAN. G

THINGS FALL APART

LASHMI NARAIN

262.

SATHISH KUMAR

CONTEMPORARY CRITIEISM & THEORY

263.

DANIEL JONES

LASHMI NARAIN

CAMBRIDGE

ENGLISH

PRONOUNCING DICTIONARY 264.

LEOTOLSTOY

A

CONFESSION

WHAT

CAMBRIDGE I

BELIEVE

NEW CENTURY

265.

BLOOM. H

KABBALAB AND CRITICISIONM

CONTINNUM

266.

CRARY DAY

CHASS

ROUTHEDGE

267.

DYSON. A.E

KEATS : ODES

PALGRAVE

268.

REDDY. B.T

NINE MODERN PLAYS

OXFORD

269.

DYSON. A.E

POST COLONICAL LITERATURE

PALGRAVE

270.

GIRISH KARNAD

THE FIRE AND THE RAIN

OXFORD

271.

BASSNETT. S

TRANSLATION STUDIES

ROUTHEDGE

272.

MENEN, DILIP. M

CULTURAL

HISTORY

MODERN - INDIA

62

OF

SOCIAL PRESS

SCIENCE

273.

BOARD OF EDITORS

DEW ON PETALS - ANTHOLOGY OF E.PUELTRY

274.

BOARD OF EDITORS

ORIENT

DEW ON PETALS - ANTHOLOGY OF E.PUELTRY

275.

SHARAN KUMAR LEMBALE

ORIENT

TOWARDS AND AESTHETIC OF DALIT LITERATURE

276.

NAGARAJAN. M.S

ORIENT

ENGLISH LITERACY CRITICISM AND THEORY

ORIENT LAKSHMI NARAIR

277.

VAIDYANATHAN. G

THE CHERRY ORCHARD

278.

GOPALAN. R

ENGLISH FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMINATIONS

VIJAY NICOLE LAKSHMI NARAIR

279.

PANT. G.P

A HOUSE FOR MR. BISUAS

280.

DAVID GREEN

CONTEMPORARY GRAMAR

ENGLISH

STRUCTURES

&

COMPOSTIONS 281.

TICKOO. M.C

TEACHING

MAC MILLAN

AND

LEARNING

ENGLISH

MAC MILLAN ORIENT B.S

282.

MOYA. M.C

RECLAIMING IDENTIFY

283.

HORSBURGH. D

HALL

OF

FAME

-

A

COLLECTION OF SHORT BIO GRAPHICS

ORIENT B.S

284.

MUCKHERJEE. S

TRANSLATION AS DISCOVERY

ORIENT B.S

285.

TICKOO. M.C

WRITING WITH A PURPOSE

OXFORD

286.

SARASWATHIR

ENGLISH TEACHING

LANGUAGE PRINCIPLES

&

PRACTICE 287.

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

VALUE HEALTH

ORIENT LONGMAN EDUCATION HAPPINESS

FOR &

HARMONY 288.

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

VALUE HEALTH

MAHARISHI EDUCATION HAPPINESS

FOR &

HARMONY 289.

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

VALUE HEALTH HARMONY

63

VETHATHA

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

EDUCATION HAPPINESS

FOR &

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

290.

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

VALUE HEALTH

EDUCATION HAPPINESS

FOR &

HARMONY 291.

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

VALUE HEALTH

MAHARISHI EDUCATION HAPPINESS

FOR &

HARMONY 292.

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

VALUE HEALTH

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

VALUE HEALTH

EDUCATION HAPPINESS

FOR &

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

VALUE HEALTH

EDUCATION HAPPINESS

FOR &

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

VALUE HEALTH

EDUCATION HAPPINESS

FOR &

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

VALUE HEALTH

EDUCATION HAPPINESS

FOR &

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

VALUE HEALTH

EDUCATION HAPPINESS

FOR &

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

VALUE HEALTH

EDUCATION HAPPINESS

FOR &

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

VALUE HEALTH

EDUCATION HAPPINESS

FOR &

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

VALUE HEALTH

EDUCATION HAPPINESS

FOR &

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

VALUE HEALTH HARMONY

64

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

EDUCATION HAPPINESS

FOR &

HARMONY 301.

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

HARMONY 300.

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

HARMONY 299.

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

HARMONY 298.

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

HARMONY 297.

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

HARMONY 296.

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

HARMONY 295.

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

HARMONY 294.

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

HARMONY 293.

VETHATHA

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

EDUCATION HAPPINESS

FOR &

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

302.

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

VALUE

EDUCATION

HEALTH

FOR

HAPPINESS

&

HARMONY 303.

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

VALUE

MAHARISHI EDUCATION

HEALTH

FOR

HAPPINESS

&

HARMONY 304.

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

VALUE

EDUCATION

FOR

HAPPINESS

&

HARMONY VALUE

EDUCATION

SHAMISTHA PANJA

EDUCATION

309.

HAPPINESS

&

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

INDIAS,

MANY

LITERATURE

WORLD VIEW

GLOSARY

OF

LITERACY

ABRAMS. M.H

TERMS

THOMSON

MUNIR

MODERNISM AND AFTER

ADHYAYAN

310.

THE SUBJECTIVE MANIFOLD : NEO TRIPATI. T.N

-

ROMANTICISM

NIGAMANANDA DAS 312.

WRITING IN ENGLISH

NORTHROP

313.

MODESIN

FRYES

LITERAY ADHYAYAN

DICTIONARY

MYTHOLOGICAL

314.

ADHYAYAN

THEORY A

JOSHI. K.

ADHYAYAN

INDIAN

CONTRAPUNTAL

PANDEY. S.K

IN

MODERN BRITISH POETRY CONTEMPORARY

311.

315.

FOR

HARMONY

A

308.

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

MANY

307.

&

HARMONY

HEALTH VETHATHA MAHARISHI

FOR

HAPPINESS

VALUE

306.

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

HEALTH VETHATHA MAHARISHI

VETHATHA MAHARISHI

HEALTH

305.

VETHATHA

&

OF BULICAL

ALLUSIONS IN LITERTURE

PRAKASH

INTERPRETING LITERATURE : BARCHE. G.D.

A MYTH & A REALITY

PRAKASH

JAYADEEP SARANGI

INDIAN NOVELS IN ENGLISH

PRAKASH

316.

NEW DIMENSIONS OF INDIAN ASNANI. S.M

ENGLISH NOVEL

65

DOABA

317.

ENGLISH

LANGUAGE

BHAWNA MISRA

TEACHING

AKANSHA

318.

MARDON. O.S

SELF CONFIDENCE

SAKNI

319.

ghpksNrfh;. Ng

kzy; NfhGuk;

kzpNkfiy

320.

ghpksNrfh;. Ng

kzy; NfhGuk;

kzpNkfiy

321.

ghpksNrfh;. Ng

kzy; NfhGuk;

kzpNkfiy

322.

ghpksNrfh;. Ng

kzy; NfhGuk;

kzpNkfiy

323.

ghpksNrfh;. Ng

kzy; NfhGuk;

kzpNkfiy

324.

khjtd;. M

GdYk;> kzYk;

325.

,uhkd;. vk;.gp.

ml;rNuif> jPPh;T Nuif

326.

DOYLE (AC)

THE

COMPLETE

fhyr;RtL> gpuRuk;

tpfld;

SHOUT

STREIUS OF SHUDRCH HOLMS

JAICO

327.

XNly;

ehd; xU miog;G

fz;zjhrd;

328.

Narayan. R.K.

A TOWN CALLED MALGUDI

PENGUIN BOOKS

329.

XNly;

tpsf;fpd; fPNo tpij

fz;zjhrd;

330.

ARINDRACHANDURAI

COUNT

YOUR

CHICKENS

BEFORE THEY HATCH 331.

VIVEKANANDA

LEARN

RAJA

VIKAS

YOGA

FROM

VIVEKANANDA

LOTUS

fz;zjhrd;

332.

XNly;

ehd; xU miog;G

333.

NANDAN NILEKERI

IMAGINING INDIA : IDEAS FOR THE NEW CENTURY

334.

WAIN WRIGHT. G

PENGUIN BOOKS

HOW TO READ FASTER AND RECALL MORE

335.

HARINDU SEKHON

INDIA

AND

MACMILLON THE

UNITED

STATES

MACMILLON MACMILLON

336.

PETTCIS. M

IT'S ALL IN YOUR HEAD

337.

SCHMID

NANOTECHNOLOGYASSESSMENT

AND

PERSPECTIVE 338.

BURT. A

QUICK

SPRINGER

SOLUTIONS

TO

COMMON ERROR IN ENGLISH 339.

HIGHES. A

THE

LITTLE

WORDS

66

BOX

OF

MACMILLON

BIG MACMILLON

340.

341.

342.

343.

344.

345.

346.

347.

348.

349.

350.

351.

352.

353.

354.

355.

WILKINSON. T

THE

LOST

ART

OF

BEING

HAPPY

MACMILLON

ehzatpaYk;> mQ;rypaYk;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ehzatpaYk;> mQ;rypaYk;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ehzatpaYk;> mQ;rypaYk;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

n[fe;ehjd; n[fe;ehjd; n[fe;ehjd; n[fe;ehjd;

jkpo;ehL

khepy

ehzatpaYk;> mQ;rypaYk;

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ehzatpaYk;> mQ;rypaYk;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ehzatpaYk;> mQ;rypaYk;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ehzatpaYk;> mQ;rypaYk;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

n[fe;ehjd; n[fe;ehjd; n[fe;ehjd; n[fe;ehjd;

jkpo;ehL

khepy

ehzatpaYk;> mQ;rypaYk;

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ehzatpaYk;> mQ;rypaYk;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

,e;jpa kuGr; Rw;Wyh

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

,e;jpa kuGr; Rw;Wyh

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

n[fe;ehjd; uhkfpU\;zd;. rP uhkfpU\;zd;. rP uhkfpU\;zd;. rP

jkpo;ehL

khepy

,e;jpa kuGr; Rw;Wyh

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

,e;jpa kuGr; Rw;Wyh

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

,e;jpa kuGr; Rw;Wyh

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

,e;jpa kuGr; Rw;Wyh

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

uhkfpU\;zd;. rP uhkfpU\;zd;. rP uhkfpU\;zd;. rP

67

356.

357.

358.

359.

uhkfpU\;zd;. rP

jkpo;ehL ,e;jpa kuGr; Rw;Wyh

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

,e;jpa kuGr; Rw;Wyh

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

,e;jpa kuGr; Rw;Wyh

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

uhkfpU\;zd;. rP uhkfpU\;zd;. rP uhkfpU\;zd;. rP

jkpo;ehL ,e;jpa kuGr; Rw;Wyh

360.

361.

362.

363.

364.

365.

366.

367.

368.

369.

370.

371.

uhkfpU\;zd;. rP

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ePh; caphp tsh;g;gpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ePh; caphp tsh;g;gpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

Rthkpehjd;. v];. Rthkpehjd;. v];.

jkpo;ehL

khepy

ePh; caphp tsh;g;gpay;

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ePh; caphp tsh;g;gpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ePh; caphp tsh;g;gpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ePh; caphp tsh;g;gpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

Rthkpehjd;. v];. Rthkpehjd;. v];. Rthkpehjd;. v];. Rthkpehjd;. v];.

jkpo;ehL

khepy

ePh; caphp tsh;g;gpay;

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ePh; caphp tsh;g;gpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ePh; caphp tsh;g;gpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ePh; caphp tsh;g;gpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

Rthkpehjd;. v];. Rthkpehjd;. v];. Rthkpehjd;. v];.

ny\;kp. Nr

khepy

,e;jpa kuGr; Rw;Wyh

,aw;fzpjKk;> fzpjKk;

372.

khepy

cah;fy;tp kd;wk; jkpo;ehL

Rthkpehjd;. v];.

ny\;kp. Nr

khepy

,aw;fzpjKk;> fzpjKk;

68

jphpNfhz jkpo;ehL

khepy

cah;fy;tp kd;wk; jphpNfhz jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

373.

ny\;kp. Nr

,aw;fzpjKk;> fzpjKk;

jphpNfhz jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

374.

ny\;kp. Nr

,aw;fzpjKk;> fzpjKk;

jphpNfhz jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

375.

ny\;kp. Nr

,aw;fzpjKk;> fzpjKk;

jphpNfhz jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

376.

ny\;kp. Nr

,aw;fzpjKk;>

jphpNfhz jkpo;ehL

fzpjKk;

khepy

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

377.

ny\;kp. Nr

,aw;fzpjKk;> fzpjKk;

jphpNfhz jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

378.

ny\;kp. Nr

,aw;fzpjKk;> fzpjKk;

jphpNfhz jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

379.

ny\;kp. Nr

,aw;fzpjKk;> fzpjKk;

jphpNfhz jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

380.

ny\;kp. Nr

,aw;fzpjKk;>

jphpNfhz jkpo;ehL

381.

382.

383.

384.

385.

386.

387.

388.

389.

khepy

fzpjKk;

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

gad;Kiwj; jhtutpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

gad;Kiwj; jhtutpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

gad;Kiwj; jhtutpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

rutzghG. v]; rutzghG. v]; rutzghG. v]; rutzghG. v];

jkpo;ehL

khepy

gad;Kiwj; jhtutpay;

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

gad;Kiwj; jhtutpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

gad;Kiwj; jhtutpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

gad;Kiwj; jhtutpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

rutzghG. v]; rutzghG. v]; rutzghG. v]; rutzghG. v];

jkpo;ehL

khepy

gad;Kiwj; jhtutpay;

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

gad;Kiwj; jhtutpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

rutzghG. v];

69

390.

n[fe;ehjd; ehzatpaYk;> mQ;rypaYk;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

391.

fpU\;z%h;j;jp. fp.tp.

Ma;tf Nrhjid KiwfSk;> jkpo;ehL khepy fUtpfspd; nray;ghLfSk; cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

392.

fpU\;z%h;j;jp. fp.tp.

Ma;tf Nrhjid KiwfSk;> jkpo;ehL khepy fUtpfspd; nray;ghLfSk; cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

393.

fpU\;z%h;j;jp. fp.tp.

Ma;tf Nrhjid KiwfSk;> jkpo;ehL fUtpfspd; nray;ghLfSk;

khepy

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

394.

fpU\;z%h;j;jp. fp.tp.

Ma;tf Nrhjid KiwfSk;> jkpo;ehL khepy fUtpfspd; nray;ghLfSk; cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

395.

fpU\;z%h;j;jp. fp.tp.

Ma;tf Nrhjid KiwfSk;> jkpo;ehL khepy fUtpfspd; nray;ghLfSk; cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

396.

fpU\;z%h;j;jp. fp.tp.

Ma;tf Nrhjid KiwfSk;> jkpo;ehL khepy fUtpfspd; nray;ghLfSk; cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

397.

fpU\;z%h;j;jp. fp.tp.

Ma;tf Nrhjid KiwfSk;> jkpo;ehL fUtpfspd; nray;ghLfSk;

khepy

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

398.

fpU\;z%h;j;jp. fp.tp.

Ma;tf Nrhjid KiwfSk;> jkpo;ehL khepy fUtpfspd; nray;ghLfSk; cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

399.

fpU\;z%h;j;jp. fp.tp.

Ma;tf Nrhjid KiwfSk;> jkpo;ehL khepy fUtpfspd; nray;ghLfSk; cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

400.

fpU\;z%h;j;jp. fp.tp.

Ma;tf Nrhjid KiwfSk;> jkpo;ehL khepy fUtpfspd; nray;ghLfSk; cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

401.

ghz;bad;. F

nghUshjhu jpl;lkplYk;

tsh;r;rpAk;> jkpo;ehL

khepy

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

402.

ghz;bad;. F

nghUshjhu jpl;lkplYk;

tsh;r;rpAk;> jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

403.

ghz;bad;. F

nghUshjhu jpl;lkplYk;

tsh;r;rpAk;> jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

404.

ghz;bad;. F

nghUshjhu jpl;lkplYk;

tsh;r;rpAk;> jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

405.

ghz;bad;. F

nghUshjhu

tsh;r;rpAk;> jkpo;ehL

jpl;lkplYk;

70

khepy

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

406.

ghz;bad;. F

nghUshjhu

tsh;r;rpAk;> jkpo;ehL

jpl;lkplYk; 407.

ghz;bad;. F

nghUshjhu

khepy

cah;fy;tp kd;wk; tsh;r;rpAk;> jkpo;ehL

jpl;lkplYk;

khepy

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

408.

ghz;bad;. F

nghUshjhu jpl;lkplYk;

tsh;r;rpAk;> jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

409.

ghz;bad;. F

nghUshjhu jpl;lkplYk;

tsh;rr ; pAk;> jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

410.

ghz;bad;. F

nghUshjhu

tsh;r;rpAk;> jkpo;ehL

411.

412.

413.

414.

415.

416.

417.

418.

419.

420.

khepy

jpl;lkplYk;

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

gd;dhl;L nghUshjhuk;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

gd;dhl;L nghUshjhuk;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

gd;dhl;L nghUshjhuk;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ghz;bad;. F ghz;bad;. F ghz;bad;. F ghz;bad;. F

jkpo;ehL

khepy

gd;dhl;L nghUshjhuk;

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

gd;dhl;L nghUshjhuk;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

gd;dhl;L nghUshjhuk;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

gd;dhl;L nghUshjhuk;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ghz;bad;. F ghz;bad;. F ghz;bad;. F ghz;bad;. F

jkpo;ehL

khepy

gd;dhl;L nghUshjhuk;

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

gd;dhl;L nghUshjhuk;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

gd;dhl;L nghUshjhuk;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ghz;bad;. F ghz;bad;. F

421.

rq;fud;. Rh

nghUl; xypapaYk;

gz;gpaYk;> jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

422.

rq;fud;. Rh

nghUl;

gz;gpaYk;> jkpo;ehL

xypapaYk;

71

khepy

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

423.

rq;fud;. Rh

nghUl; xypapaYk;

gz;gpaYk;> jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

424.

rq;fud;. Rh

nghUl; xypapaYk;

gz;gpaYk;> jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

425.

rq;fud;. Rh

nghUl; xypapaYk;

gz;gpaYk;> jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

426.

rq;fud;. Rh

nghUl;

gz;gpaYk;> jkpo;ehL

xypapaYk;

khepy

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

427.

rq;fud;. Rh

nghUl; xypapaYk;

gz;gpaYk;> jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

428.

rq;fud;. Rh

nghUl; xypapaYk;

gz;gpaYk;> jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

429.

rq;fud;. Rh

nghUl; xypapaYk;

gz;gpaYk;> jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

430.

rq;fud;. Rh

nghUl;

gz;gpaYk;> jkpo;ehL

431.

432.

433.

434.

435.

436.

437.

438.

khepy

xypapaYk;

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 1

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 1

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 1

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt ,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt ,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt ,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt

jkpo;ehL

khepy

Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 1

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 1

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 1

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 1

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt ,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt ,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt ,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt

jkpo;ehL Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 1

72

khepy

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

439.

440.

441.

442.

443.

444.

445.

446.

447.

448.

449.

450.

451.

452.

453.

454.

,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 1

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 1

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 2

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt ,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt ,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt

jkpo;ehL

khepy

Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 2

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 2

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 2

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 2

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt ,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt ,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt ,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt

jkpo;ehL

khepy

Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 2

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 2

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 2

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 2

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt ,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt ,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt ,uhkr;re;jpud;. Nt

jkpo;ehL

khepy

Gs;spapay; Kiwfs; - 2

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

kz;GO tsh;g;G

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

kz;GO tsh;g;G

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

kz;GO tsh;g;G

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

,uhkypq;fk;. Mh; ,uhkypq;fk;. Mh; ,uhkypq;fk;. Mh; ,uhkypq;fk;. Mh;

jkpo;ehL kz;GO tsh;g;G

73

khepy

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

455.

456.

457.

458.

459.

460.

461.

,uhkypq;fk;. Mh; kz;GO tsh;g;G

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

kz;GO tsh;g;G

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

kz;GO tsh;g;G

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

,uhkypq;fk;. Mh; ,uhkypq;fk;. Mh; ,uhkypq;fk;. Mh;

jkpo;ehL kz;GO tsh;g;G

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

kz;GO tsh;g;G

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

kz;GO tsh;g;G

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

,uhkypq;fk;. Mh; ,uhkypq;fk;. Mh; fpU\;z%h;j;jp. RP

khepy

tiff;nfO kw;Wk; cUkhw;wq;fs;

rkd;ghLfs; yhg;yh]; jkpo;ehL

khepy

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

462.

fpU\;z%h;j;jp. RP

tiff;nfO kw;Wk; cUkhw;wq;fs;

rkd;ghLfs; yhg;yh]; jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

463.

fpU\;z%h;j;jp. RP

tiff;nfO kw;Wk;

rkd;ghLfs; yhg;yh]; jkpo;ehL

cUkhw;wq;fs;

khepy

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

464.

fpU\;z%h;j;jp. RP

tiff;nfO kw;Wk; cUkhw;wq;fs;

rkd;ghLfs; khepy yhg;yh]; jkpo;ehL cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

465.

fpU\;z%h;j;jp. RP

tiff;nfO kw;Wk;

rkd;ghLfs; yhg;yh]; jkpo;ehL

cUkhw;wq;fs;

khepy

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

466.

fpU\;z%h;j;jp. RP

tiff;nfO kw;Wk; cUkhw;wq;fs;

rkd;ghLfs; yhg;yh]; jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

467.

fpU\;z%h;j;jp. RP

tiff;nfO kw;Wk;

rkd;ghLfs; yhg;yh]; jkpo;ehL

cUkhw;wq;fs;

74

khepy

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

468.

fpU\;z%h;j;jp. RP

tiff;nfO kw;Wk; cUkhw;wq;fs;

rkd;ghLfs; yhg;yh]; jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

469.

fpU\;z%h;j;jp. rP

tiff;nfO kw;Wk;

rkd;ghLfs; yhg;yh]; jkpo;ehL

cUkhw;wq;fs; 470.

fpU\;z%h;j;jp. rP

471.

RliyKj;J. r

tiff;nfO kw;Wk; cUkhw;wq;fs; thzpgj; njhlh;G

472.

473.

474.

475.

476.

477.

478.

479.

480.

481.

482.

483.

484.

485.

RliyKj;J. r

cah;fy;tp kd;wk; rkd;ghLfs; yhg;yh]; jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk; jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk; jkpo;ehL

khepy

thzpgj; njhlh;G

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

thzpgj; njhlh;G

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

thzpgj; njhlh;G

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

thzpgj; njhlh;G

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

RliyKj;J. r RliyKj;J. r RliyKj;J. r RliyKj;J. r

jkpo;ehL

khepy

thzpgj; njhlh;G

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

thzpgj; njhlh;G

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

thzpgj; njhlh;G

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

thzpgj; njhlh;G

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

RliyKj;J. r RliyKj;J. r RliyKj;J. r RliyKj;J. r

jkpo;ehL

khepy

thzpgj; njhlh;G

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ve;jputpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ve;jputpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ve;jputpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

fpU~;zd;. R fpU~;zd;. R fpU~;zd;. R fpU~;zd;. R fpU~;zd;. R

khepy

jkpo;ehL

khepy

ve;jputpay;

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ve;jputpay;

jkpo;ehL

75

khepy

cah;fy;tp kd;wk; 486.

487.

488.

489.

490.

491.

492.

493.

494.

495.

496.

497.

498.

499.

500.

fpU~;zd;. R

jkpo;ehL

khepy

ve;jputpay;

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ve;jputpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ve;jputpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ve;jputpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

fpU~;zd;. R fpU~;zd;. R fpU~;zd;. R fpU~;zd;. R

jkpo;ehL

khepy

ve;jputpay;

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

ve;jputpay;

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

%yjd mq;fhb

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

%yjd mq;fhb

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

fpU~;zd;. R gj;khtjp. R gj;khtjp. R gj;khtjp. R

jkpo;ehL

khepy

%yjd mq;fhb

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

%yjd mq;fhb

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

%yjd mq;fhb

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

%yjd mq;fhb

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

gj;khtjp. R gj;khtjp. R gj;khtjp. R gj;khtjp. R

jkpo;ehL

khepy

%yjd mq;fhb

cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

%yjd mq;fhb

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

%yjd mq;fhb

jkpo;ehL khepy cah;fy;tp kd;wk;

gj;khtjp. R gj;khtjp. R

501.

KALITA. A.P

TRANSLATING CASTE

KATHA

502.

ANJANA SHARMA

TRANSLATING DESIRE

KATHA

503.

KATHA

FRESH FICTIONS

KATHA

504.

RIMLI BHATTACHARYA

KATHA PRIZE STORIES

KATHA

505.

VIRENDRAKAPOOR

HEART MIND OVER MATTER

MAMILLAN

506.

SUNDARA RAMA SWAMY

WAVES

MANAS

507.

KATHA

VIJAY TENDULKAR

KATHA

76

508.

ADOOR GOPALA KRISHNAN

KATHA PRIZE STORIES - BEST OF THE 90'S

KATHA KATHA

509.

PARANJAPE. M

THE BEST OF RAJA RAO

510.

SHARMA. R.S

THE

MONK

WHO

SOLDHIS

FERRARI 511.

INDIRA. T

JAICO

AMBAI TWO NORELLAS & A STORY

KATHA

512.

JOTHISH KUMAR

ASK WHY? THINK WHY NOT?

MUSES

513.

ALLADI UMA

AYONI AND OTHER STORIES

KATHA

514.

ATTIA HOSAIN

TRANSLATING PARTITION

KATHA

515.

LAKSHMI HOLM STRORM

FICTIONS MAUNI

KATHA

516.

SHUKLA. SLEE

SEVEN

SIXES

ARE

FORTY

THREE

KATHA

517.

HASANMANZAR

THE END OF HUMAN HISTORY

KATHA

518.

MONICAFELTON

RAJAJI

KATHA

519.

SARARAI

HINDI

-

HAND

DICKED

FICTORIES

KATHA KATHA

520.

CRITHA HARIHARM

A SOUTHERN HONEST

521.

JADU SAHA

SUCHITRA

BHATTACHARYA

-

IA M MADHABI

KATHA

522.

ASHOKAMITRAN

WATER

KATHA

523.

RAJA RAO

WORD AS MANTRA

KATHA

524.

SHARMA. R.S

LEADERSHIP WISDOM

JAICO

525.

RABINDRANATH TAGORE

RAJ KAHINI

KATHA

526.

ELIAS. A

TWENTY

STORIES

FROM

SOUTH ASIA 527.

SABATHI. RAFAEL

KATHA

VENETIAN MASQUE FROM THE CREATOR OF THE SEA HAUK

HOUSE OF STRATUS

528.

VASUDEVAN NAIR. M.T

THE MASTER CARPENDER

KATHA

529.

INDIRA GOSWAMI

PAGES STAINED WITH BLOOD

KATHA

530.

MADHAVAIAH

PADMAVATHI

KATHA

531.

MAHADEVIVERMA

LINKS IN THE CHAIN

KATHA

532.

KATHA

THE HEART OF THE MATTER

KATHA

533.

DAVID CRYSTAL

LANUAGE DEATH

CAMBRIDGE

534.

WALSCH. N.D

HODDER CONVERSATIONS WITH GOD

535.

SACHIDANANTHA

TRAVEL

MOHANTY

EMPIRE

77

WRITING

AND

STRUGTION

THE KATA

&

536.

CHAUDHURI. N.C

AUTOBIOGRAPHY

OF

AN

UNKNOWN INDIAN 537.

DONALD, NEALE

JAICO

CONVERSATIONS WITH GOD B :3

538.

DONALD, NEALE

JAICO

CONVERSATIONS WITH GOD B :2

539.

DONALD, NEALE

JAICO

CONVERSATIONS WITH GOD B :1

JAICO JAICO

540.

HARRIS. O.J

ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR

541.

BRUNS, ROGER

MARTIN

LUTHER

KING.

A

BIOGRAPHY 542.

MC DERMOTT. R.A

THE

BASIC

JAICO WRITINGS

OF

S.RADHA KRISHNAN

JAICO

543.

MC DERMOTT. R.A

fz;Lgpbj;jJ vg;gb?

tpfld; gpuRuk;

544.

MC DERMOTT. R.A

fz;Lgpbj;jJ vg;gb?

tpfld; gpuRuk;

545.

nghd;Kb. F

G+kpge;jpd; Gjph;fs;

tpfld; gpuRuk;

546.

thy;lh; tpnauh

n[apf;Fk; Fjpiu

tpfld; gpuRuk;

547.

Nfhy;l;uhl; vk;.> ,ypahtjp

Nfhy;

tpfld; gpuRuk;

548.

Gwhghz;b

ePq;fs; Nfl;lit

tpfld; gpuRuk;

549.

tpfld; gpuRuk;

gphpl;lhdpfh jfty; fsQ;rpak; - gFjp 1 tpfld; gpuRuk;

550.

tpfld; gpuRuk;

gphpl;lhdpfh jfty; fsQ;rpak; - gFjp 2 tpfld; gpuRuk;

551.

tpfld; gpuRuk;

gphpl;lhdpfh jfty; fsQ;rpak; - gFjp 3 tpfld; gpuRuk;

552.

HERGE

THE ADVENTURES OF TIN TIN THE BROKERS EAR VOL ; 3

553.

HERGE

EGMONT

THE ADVENTURES OF TIN TIN THE CRAB WITH THE GOLDEN CLAWS

EGMONT

554.

HEMING WAY, ERUST

FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS

SCRIBER

555.

MITCHELL, MARGRET

GONE WITH THE WIND

POCKET BOOKS

78

556.

DAWAR. S.C

RAMAYANA - THE SACRED EPIC OF GODS AND DEMONS

557.

LARSSON. SLIG

OM

THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO

MACLEHOSE PRESS

558.

HEMUGIOY, ERNEST

THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA

ARROW BOOKS

559.

HEMUGIOY, ERNEST

A FAREWELL TO ARMS

A.I.T.B.S

560.

WILCO

A TREASURY OF TALES FROM THE BHAGAWAT PURANA

A WILEO BOOK

561.

PARVIN KATARIA

UGC NET / SLET COMMERCE

DANIKA

562.

HUSAIN

UGC NET / SLET SOCIOLOGY

DANIKA

563.

ANIL KUMAR GARG

UPKAR'S MCA TEST

UPKAR

564.

SINGH

UGC

-

CSIR

JRF/

NET

PHYSICAL SCIENCES 565.

ABHIJIT GUHA

DANIKA

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE FOR MBA

ENTRANCE

EXAMINATIONS 566.

SHARON WEINER

GRE

2008

TATA MC GRAW HILL

BARRONS

THE

LEADER IN TEST PREPARATION 567.

BRUCE ROGERS

GALGOTIA

THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE TOEFL TEST (AUDIO SCRIPTS AND ANSWERS KEY WITH 2 NOS. C.D)

568.

MOHEN SINGH

UGC

-

THOMSON CSIR

JRF/

NET

COMPULSORY PAPER

DANIKA BANTAM DELL

569.

DAVID VISE

THE GOOGLE STORY

570.

PRAMOD SINGH

UGC

-

CSIR

-

NET

LIFE

SCIENCES 571.

KANGKAN HAIDER

UGC

-

DANIKA

CSIR

-

JRF

/

NET

CHEMICAL SCIENCES

DANIKA ALLINONE OBJECTIVE

572.

SUBBURAJ

ALL IN ONE OBJECTIVE G.K

573.

LAXMIKANTH

PUBLIC ADMINSTRATION FOR THE

UPSC

CIVIL

SERVICES

EXAM 574.

REKHA CHANDRA

SELF

TATA MC GRAW HILL HELP

TO

ENGLISH

CONVERSATION 575.

SUBBURAJ

GOOD WILL

RRB - RAILWAY RECRUITMENT BOARD EXAM

79

RRB (N)

576.

KUMAR

SSB INTERVIEWS AND PSYCO - INTECT IGENCE TESTS

577.

SUBBURAJ

CRPF

CENTRAL

VEE KUMAR

RESERVE

POLICE FORCE

CRPF. CONSTABLES TATA MC GRAW HILL

578.

AHHRAF RIZVI

RESUMES AND INTERVIEWS

579.

VINAY KUMAR

HOW TO PREPARE FOR THE NISE

580.

TMH

TATA MC GRAW HILL

COURSE IN MATHEMATICS FOR IIT - JEE

TATA MC GRAW HILL DANIKA

581.

PRAMOD SINGH

UGC NET / SLET HISTORY

582.

MENON

HOW TO SUCCEED INA GROUP DISCUSSION

VARUN MJP PUBLISHER

583.

VEERAKUMARI. L

BIO INSTRUMENTATION

584.

IRYAN ALI KHAN

ESSENTIALS

OF

BIOTECHNOLOGY 585.

GURUMANI. N

UKAAH PUB.

INTRODUCTION

TO

BIO

STATISTICS 586.

GURUMANI. N

MJP PUBLISHER

WEBSTERS

DICTIONARY

THESAURUS AND ATLAS 587.

GURUMANI. N

CHAMBERS

TRIDENT REFERENCE

DICTIONARY

OF

SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY 588.

GURUMANI. N

GENERAL FOR

STUDIES

THE

ALLIED CHAMBUS

MANUAL

UPSC

CIVIL

PRELIMINARY EXAMINATIONS

TATA MC GRAW HILL PEARSON EDUCATION

589.

CAMPBELL. NA

BIOLOGY

590.

THORPE EDGAR

THE PEARSONS GUIDE TO MBA ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS

PEARSON EDUCATION

591.

Nahfhee;jh;

xU Nahfpapd; Rarhpjk;

YOGADASS

592.

JAIN. B.B

CORRECT ENGLISH

UPKAR PRAKASHAN

593.

SUNDARESAN

MODEL

LETTERS

FOR

ALL

OCCASIONS 594.

SARASWATHI. V

EMERALD

IDIOMS AND PROBERBS : A COLLECTION

OF

IDIOMS,

PBRASE & PROVERS 595.

BALARAMA, GUPTA

EMERALD

TREASURY

EMERALD OF

FAMOUS SPEECHES

EMERALD

596.

BALARAMA, GUPTA

303 ENGLISH COMPOSITIONS

MINERVA

597.

BALARAMA, GUPTA

GRAMMAR BOOK

DELUXE

80

598.

GUPTA. S.C

151 ESSAYS

ARIHARST

599.

ABRAHAN SUNG

330 ENGLISH COMPOSTIONS

MINERVA

600.

LAL AND BHATNAGAR

NEW

BANKS

RECRUITMENT

TESTS

UPKAR PRAKASHAN

601.

LAL AND JAIN

IG NOU BED ENTRANCE EXAM

UPKAR PRAKASHAN

602.

MALHOTRA. A.M

OBJECTIVE MATHEMATICS

BRIGHT COREERS

603.

SUNETRA BATABYAL

UGC NET / JRF / SLET

UPKAR PRAKASHAN

604.

Fhpad;. N[.rp.

eyk; jUk; jhtuq;fs;

Xhpaz;ly;

605.

rz;Kfehjd;. I

cyf

tuyhW

(fw;fhyk;

Kjy; fk;g;A+l;lh; fhyk; tiu 606.

rz;Kfehjd;. I

607.

rz;Kfehjd;. I

BOOKS INDIA

cyf tuyhW (fw;fhyk; Kjy; fk;g;A+l;lh; fhyk; tiu - jkpo; b.tp.b BOOKS INDIA cyf tuyhW (fw;fhyk; Kjy; fk;g;A+l;lh; fhyk; tiu - Mq;fpyk;

BOOKS INDIA

608.

rz;Kfehjd;. I

cyf tuyhW (fw;fhyk; Kjy; fk;g;A+l;lh; fhyk; tiu - Mq;fpyk; b.tp.b. BOOKS INDIA

609.

GIDDENS, ANTHONY

SOCIOLOGY - 5TH STD

610.

VIVEKANANDA

THE

COMPLETE

WORKS

WILEY OF

SWAMI 611.

AMAL BHAKTA

ADVAITA SHRAMA

MYSTICAL STORIES FROM THE BHAGAVATAM

PILGRIMS INDIAN THOUGH

612.

Narayan. R.K.

THE WORLD OF NAGARAJ

613.

MAX MULLER. F

RAMAKRISHNA - HIS LIFE AND SAYINGS

RUPA &CO

614.

GRISHAM, JOHN

THE ASSOCIATE

ARROW BOOKS

615.

MACLEAN, ALISTAIR

WHEN EIGHT BELLS TOLL

HARPER

616.

MAC ARTHUR BRIAN

THE

PENGUIN

BOOK

TWENTIETH

OF

CENTURY

SPECTRES 617.

REKHA SHETTY

CORPORATE STRATEGY MINDS POWER INNOVATION

618.

REKHA SHETTY

PENGUIN BOOKS

MINDS POWER

CORPORATE STRATEGY MINDS POWER INNOVATION

81

MINDS POWER

619.

REKHA SHETTY

CORPORATE STRATEGY MINDS POWER INNOVATION

620.

REKHA SHETTY

MINDS POWER

CORPORATE STRATEGY MINDS POWER INNOVATION

621.

REKHA SHETTY

MINDS POWER

CORPORATE STRATEGY MINDS POWER INNOVATION

622.

REKHA SHETTY

MINDS POWER

CORPORATE STRATEGY MINDS POWER INNOVATION

623.

REKHA SHETTY

MINDS POWER

CORPORATE STRATEGY MINDS POWER INNOVATION

624.

REKHA SHETTY

MINDS POWER

CORPORATE STRATEGY MINDS POWER INNOVATION

625.

REKHA SHETTY

MINDS POWER

CORPORATE STRATEGY MINDS POWER INNOVATION

626.

REKHA SHETTY

MINDS POWER

CORPORATE STRATEGY MINDS POWER INNOVATION

627.

PENGUIN

THE

NON

MINDS POWER FICTION

COLLECTION

PENGUIN BOOKS

628.

JOYCE, JAMES

ULSSES

RUPA &CO

629.

AMITAV GHOSH

SEA OF POPPIES

PENGUIN BOOKS

630.

PENGUIN

THE FICTION COLLECTION

PENGUIN BOOKS

631.

ADVANI. L.K

MY COUNTRY MY LIFE

RUPA &CO

632.

CHETAN BHAGAT

THE 3 MISTAKES OF MY LIFE

RUPA &CO

633.

RAMACHANDRA GUHA

INDIA - AFTER GANDHI - THE HISTORY

OF

THE

LARGEST DEMOCRACY

PICADER PAN BOOKS

634.

ARCHER, JEFFREY

PATHS OF GLORY

635.

SRI

JOURNEY

636.

PARAMAHANSA

WORLDS

YOGANANDA

READIZATION

UDUMAN MOHIDEEN. A.M

A

HELPING

OF

SELF

SOCIETY HAND

FOR

SUCCESS 637.

UDUMAN MOHIDEEN. A.M

A

HELPING

AU HAND

FOR

SUCCESS 638.

UDUMAN MOHIDEEN. A.M

A

HELPING

AU HAND

FOR

SUCCESS 639.

kzpkhwd;. G

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82

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AU

Ghpe;J Renuga

SATSASGA

640.

kzpkhwd;. G

G+fk;g

G+kpia

Ghpe;J

nty;Nthk; 641.

642.

643.

644.

kzpkhwd;. G kzpkhwd;. G kzpkhwd;. G kzpkhwd;. G

Renuga

G+fk;g G+kpia nty;Nthk;

Ghpe;J

G+fk;g G+kpia nty;Nthk;

Ghpe;J

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Ghpe;J

G+fk;g

Ghpe;J

G+kpia

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Renuga

Renuga

nty;Nthk; 645.

646.

647.

648.

kzpkhwd;. G kzpkhwd;. G kzpkhwd;. G BEST, MYRON. G

Renuga

G+fk;g G+kpia nty;Nthk;

Ghpe;J

G+fk;g G+kpia nty;Nthk;

Ghpe;J

G+fk;g G+kpia nty;Nthk;

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Renuga

Renuga

IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC PETROLOGY

649.

BEST, MYRON. G

BEST, MYRON. G

BEST, MYRON. G

KRYNINE. D.D

KRYNINE. D.D

KRYNINE. D.D

KRYNINE. D.D

KRYNINE. D.D

CBS

PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING GEOLOGY AND GEOLECTNUS

656.

CBS

PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING GEOLOGY AND GEOLECTNUS

655.

CBS

PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING GEOLOGY AND GEOLECTNUS

654.

CBS

PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING GEOLOGY AND GEOLECTNUS

653.

CBS

IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC PETROLOGY

652.

CBS

IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC PETROLOGY

651.

CBS

IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC PETROLOGY

650.

Renuga

CBS

PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING GEOLOGY AND GEOLECTNUS

CBS

657.

PETTIJOH. F.J

SEDIMENTARY ROCKS

CBS

658.

PETTIJOH. F.J

SEDIMENTARY ROCKS

CBS

659.

PETTIJOH. F.J

SEDIMENTARY ROCKS

CBS

660.

PETTIJOH. F.J

SEDIMENTARY ROCKS

CBS

83

661.

PETTIJOH. F.J

SEDIMENTARY ROCKS

CBS

662.

PETTIJOH. F.J

SEDIMENTARY ROCKS

CBS

663.

GOKHALE. N.W

A MANUAL OF PROBLEMS IN STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY

664.

GOKHALE. N.W

CBS

A MANUAL OF PROBLEMS IN STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY

CBS

665.

JAIN. S.K

MINERAL PROCESSING

CBS

666.

JAIN. S.K

MINERAL PROCESSING

CBS

667.

FORD. W.E

TEXT BOOK OF MINERALOGY

CBS

668.

FORD. W.E

TEXT BOOK OF MINERALOGY

CBS

669.

FORD. W.E

TEXT BOOK OF MINERALOGY

CBS

670.

FORD. W.E

TEXT BOOK OF MINERALOGY

CBS

671.

FORD. W.E

TEXT BOOK OF MINERALOGY

CBS

672.

TWNOR. F.J

IYNEOUS

&

METAMORPHIC

PETROLOGY 673.

TWNOR. F.J

IYNEOUS

CBS &

METAMORPHIC

PETROLOGY

CBS

674.

KRISHNAN. M.S

GEOLOGY OF INDIA & BURMA

CBS

675.

KRISHNAN. M.S

GEOLOGY OF INDIA & BURMA

CBS

676.

KRISHNAN. M.S

GEOLOGY OF INDIA & BURMA

CBS

677.

KRISHNAN. M.S

GEOLOGY OF INDIA & BURMA

CBS

678.

PORBIN SINGS

ENGINEERING

&

GENERAL

GEOLOGY 679.

PORBIN SINGS

ENGINEERING

S.K.KATARIA &

GENERAL

GEOLOGY 680.

PORBIN SINGS

ENGINEERING

S.K.KATARIA &

GENERAL

GEOLOGY 681.

PORBIN SINGS

ENGINEERING

S.K.KATARIA &

GENERAL

GEOLOGY 682.

PORBIN SINGS

ENGINEERING

S.K.KATARIA &

GENERAL

GEOLOGY 683.

PORBIN SINGS

ENGINEERING

S.K.KATARIA &

GENERAL

GEOLOGY 684.

PORBIN SINGS

ENGINEERING

S.K.KATARIA &

GENERAL

GEOLOGY 685.

PORBIN SINGS

ENGINEERING GEOLOGY

84

S.K.KATARIA &

GENERAL S.K.KATARIA

686.

PORBIN SINGS

ENGINEERING

&

GENERAL

GEOLOGY 687.

PORBIN SINGS

S.K.KATARIA

ENGINEERING

&

GENERAL

GEOLOGY 688.

PORBIN SINGS

S.K.KATARIA

ENGINEERING

&

GENERAL

GEOLOGY 689.

GOKHALE. N.W

A

S.K.KATARIA

MANUAL

OF

PROBLEMS

STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY

CBS

690.

BERRY

MINERALOGY

CBS

691.

BERRY

MINERALOGY

CBS

692.

SINGH. J.S

ECOLOGY

ENVIRONMENTS

RESOURCE CONSERVATION 693.

MASTERS. G.M

INTRODUCTION

ANAMAYA TO

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING & SCIENCE 694.

BHATEA. S.C

FUNDAMENTALS

OF

PHI

REMOTE

SENSING 695.

CHANDRA. A.M

ATHANTIC

REMOTE

SENSING

&

GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM

NAROSA

696.

RAGHUNATH. H.M

HYDROLOGY

NEW AGE

697.

FITTS. C.R

GROUND WATER SCIENCE

ACADEMIC

698.

DONALD ABRENS

ESSENTIALS

OF

METEOROLOGY (WITH CD) 699.

MASTERS. G.M

INTRODUCTION

BROOKS TO

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING & SCIENCE 700.

MASTERS. G.M

CLARK'S

TALELES

SCIENCE

TALELES

SCIENCE

TALELES

SCIENCE

TALELES

SCIENCE

TALELES

SCIENCE

DATA 701.

MASTERS. G.M

CLARK'S DATA

702.

MASTERS. G.M

CLARK'S DATA

703.

MASTERS. G.M

CLARK'S DATA

704.

MASTERS. G.M

CLARK'S DATA

85

PHI

705.

MASTERS. G.M

CLARK'S

TALELES

SCIENCE

TALELES

SCIENCE

TALELES

SCIENCE

TALELES

SCIENCE

TALELES

SCIENCE

DATA 706.

MASTERS. G.M

CLARK'S DATA

707.

MASTERS. G.M

CLARK'S DATA

708.

MASTERS. G.M

CLARK'S DATA

709.

MASTERS. G.M

CLARK'S DATA

710.

BACON. M

711.

DEHS, GERHARD

3-D SEISMIC INTERPRETATION

ENGLISH APPLIED GEOPHYSICS

712.

CAMBRIDGE

DEPOT

DEHS, GERHARD

ENGLISH APPLIED GEOPHYSICS

DEPOT

713.

EBD

DRILLING HAND BOOK - VOL.2

EBD

714.

EBD

DRILLING HAND BOOK - VOL.3

EBD

715.

FISHER. W.C

BASIN ANALYSIS AND SEISMIC STRATIGRAPHY

716.

GALPERIN. E.I

EBD

NEW POTENTIALS IN SEISMIC EXPLORATION

EBD

717.

MOORE, PRESTON. C

DRILLING PRACTICES MANUAL

EBD

718.

MORRISON. W.G.

A DICTIONARY OF GEOLOGY

CBS

719.

MOORE, PRESTON. C

HAND BOOK OF SUBSURFACE GEOLOGY

720.

MOORE, PRESTON. C

EBD

HAND BOOK OF SUBSURFACE GEOLOGY

721.

MILES, JENNEFIR. A

EBD

ILLUSTRATED

GLOSSARY

OF

PETROLEUM GEOCHEMISTRY 722.

NELSON, RONALD

GEOLOGIC NATURALLY

MCCRAY, ARTHUR. W

OIL

WELL

FRACTURAL GPC DRILLING

TECHNOLOGY 724.

BHAGWAN, SABAY

PETROLEUM AND

OXFORD

ANALYSIS

RESERVIORS 723.

EBD EXPLORATION EXPLOITATIONS

PRACTICES

86

BOOK

APL

BOOK

725.

LEVORSEN. A.I

GEOLOGY OF PETROLEUM

CBS

726.

LEVORSEN. A.I

GEOLOGY OF PETROLEUM

CBS

727.

LEVORSEN. A.I

GEOLOGY OF PETROLEUM

CBS

728.

LEVORSEN. A.I

GEOLOGY OF PETROLEUM

CBS

729.

LEVORSEN. A.I

GEOLOGY OF PETROLEUM

CBS

730.

KOCHO BABY MANYOORAN.

MODERN

S

CHEMISTRY

KOCHO BABY MANYOORAN.

MODERN

S

CHEMISTRY

KAMATHERI

732.

TODD. D.K

GROUND WATER HYDROLOGY

JOHN WILEY INDIA

733.

TODD. D.K

GROUND WATER HYDROLOGY

JOHN WILEY INDIA

734.

TODD. D.K

GROUND WATER HYDROLOGY

JOHN WILEY INDIA

735.

TODD. D.K

GROUND WATER HYDROLOGY

JOHN WILEY INDIA

736.

TODD. D.K

GROUND WATER HYDROLOGY

JOHN WILEY INDIA

737.

LAHEE. F.H

FIELD GEOLOGY

CBS

738.

LAHEE. F.H

FIELD GEOLOGY

CBS

739.

BERRY. L.G

MINERALOGY

CBS

740.

BERRY. L.G

MINERALOGY

CBS

741.

BERRY. L.G

MINERALOGY

CBS

742.

BERRY. L.G

MINERALOGY

CBS

743.

BERRY. L.G

MINERALOGY

CBS

744.

THORNBURY. W.D

PRINCIPLES

731.

PETROLEUM KAMATHERI PETROLEUM

OF

GEOMORPHOLOGY 745.

THORNBURY. W.D

CBS

PRINCIPLES

OF

GEOMORPHOLOGY 746.

THORNBURY. W.D

CBS

PRINCIPLES

OF

GEOMORPHOLOGY 747.

THORNBURY. W.D

CBS

PRINCIPLES

OF

GEOMORPHOLOGY 748.

749.

CBS

PRINCIPLES THORNBURY. W.D

GEOMORPHOLOGY

PANDEY. B.P

PROBLEMS

OF CBS PETROLEUM

PRODUCTION - VOL. I 750.

PANDEY. B.P

PROBLEMS

PETROLEUM

PRODUCTION - VOL. II 751.

PANDEY. B.P

PROBLEMS

EBD

PETROLEUM

PRODUCTION - VOL. III

87

EBD

EBD

752.

TURNOR, FRANCIS. J

IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC PETROLOGY - II EDI.

753.

TURNOR, FRANCIS. J

IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC PETROLOGY - II EDI.

754.

TURNOR, FRANCIS. J

TURNOR, FRANCIS. J

TURNOR, FRANCIS. J

AUSAF SAYEED

TRENDS

IN

AUSAF SAYEED

TRENDS

CBS IN

OBJECTIVE

GEOLOGY 759.

AUSAF SAYEED

TRENDS

CBS IN

OBJECTIVE

GEOLOGY 760.

AUSAF SAYEED

TRENDS

CBS IN

OBJECTIVE

GEOLOGY 761.

AUSAF SAYEED

TRENDS

CBS IN

OBJECTIVE

GEOLOGY 762.

SHROCK & TWENHOLD

SHROCK & TWENHOLD

SHROCK & TWENHOLD

SHROCK & TWENHOLD

SHROCK & TWENHOLD

CBS

PRINCIPLES OF INVERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY

766.

CBS

PRINCIPLES OF INVERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY

765.

CBS

PRINCIPLES OF INVERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY

764.

CBS

PRINCIPLES OF INVERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY

763.

CBS

OBJECTIVE

GEOLOGY 758.

CBS

IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC PETROLOGY - II EDI.

757.

CBS

IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC PETROLOGY - II EDI.

756.

CBS

IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC PETROLOGY - II EDI.

755.

CBS

CBS

PRINCIPLES OF INVERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY

CBS

767.

LEVORSEN. A.I

GEOLOGY OF PETROLEUM

CBS

768.

LEVORSEN. A.I

GEOLOGY OF PETROLEUM

CBS

769.

LEVORSEN. A.I

GEOLOGY OF PETROLEUM

CBS

770.

LEVORSEN. A.I

GEOLOGY OF PETROLEUM

CBS

771.

LEVORSEN. A.I

GEOLOGY OF PETROLEUM

CBS

772.

PETTIJOHN. F.J

SEDIMENTARY ROCKS

CBS

773.

PETTIJOHN. F.J

SEDIMENTARY ROCKS

CBS

88

774.

PETTIJOHN. F.J

SEDIMENTARY ROCKS

CBS

775.

PETTIJOHN. F.J

SEDIMENTARY ROCKS

CBS

776.

PETTIJOHN. F.J

SEDIMENTARY ROCKS

CBS

777.

BEST, MYRON. G

IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC PETROLOGY

778.

BEST, MYRON. G

CBS

IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC PETROLOGY

779.

BEST, MYRON. G

CBS

IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC PETROLOGY

780.

BEST, MYRON. G

CBS

IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC PETROLOGY

781.

BEST, MYRON. G

CBS

IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC PETROLOGY

782.

RAUP, DAVID. M

CBS

PRINCIPLES

OF

PALEONTOLOGY 783.

RAUP, DAVID. M

CBS

PRINCIPLES

OF

PALEONTOLOGY 784.

RAUP, DAVID. M

CBS

PRINCIPLES

OF

PALEONTOLOGY 785.

RAUP, DAVID. M

CBS

PRINCIPLES

OF

PALEONTOLOGY 786.

RAUP, DAVID. M

CBS

PRINCIPLES

OF

PALEONTOLOGY

CBS

787.

MC BIRNEY ALEXANDER. R

IGNEOUS PETROLOGY

CBS

788.

MC BIRNEY ALEXANDER. R

IGNEOUS PETROLOGY

CBS

789.

MC BIRNEY ALEXANDER. R

IGNEOUS PETROLOGY

CBS

790.

MC BIRNEY ALEXANDER. R

IGNEOUS PETROLOGY

CBS

791.

MC BIRNEY ALEXANDER. R

IGNEOUS PETROLOGY

CBS

792.

TIWARI. R.N.

RECENT

RESEARCHES

IN

-

SEDIMENTARY BASINS 793.

ZAMIR ALVI

IPP

A TEXT BOOK OF PRACTICAL GEOGRAPHY

794.

ALLABY. M

OXFORD

DICTIONARY

OF

EARTH SCIENCES 795.

BELL

FUNDAMENTALS ENGINEERING GEOLOGY

796.

PANDEY. B.P

UUB LONLOD

REMOTE SENSING PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS

89

BS PUB.

797.

MOHAMED ATHAR

HEAVY

METALS

&

ENVIRONMENT 798.

MURTHY. K.L.N

NEW AGE

APPLIED

GEO-

ENVIRONMENTAL

STUDIES

VOL.-I 799.

SINGH. A.K.

MANGAL DEEP

GEO

INFORMATICS

APPLICATIONS

IN

AGRICULTURE 800.

CHATTERJEE. K.K

USES

NEW INDIA

OF

METALS

AND

METALLIC MINERALS

NEW AGE

801.

COGGIN BROWN

MINERAL KLEALTH VOL.1

USHA BOOKS

802.

COGGIN BROWN

MINERAL KLEALTH VOL.2

USHA BOOKS

803.

PARTISHIT BALLABH

AN

INTRODUCTION

TO

GEOLOGY 804.

GARDE. R.J

CYBER TECH

MECHANICS

OF

SEDIMENT

TRANSPORTATION

AND

ALLOVIAL STREAM PROBLEMS 805.

PARBIN SINGH

ENGINEERING

&

GENERAL

GEOLOGY 806.

PARBIN SINGH

S.K.KATARIA

ENGINEERING

&

GENERAL

GEOLOGY 807.

PARBIN SINGH

S.K.KATARIA

ENGINEERING

&

GENERAL

GEOLOGY 808.

PARBIN SINGH

S.K.KATARIA

ENGINEERING

&

GENERAL

GEOLOGY 809.

BEST, MYRON. G

S.K.KATARIA

IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIE PETROLOGY

810.

BEST, MYRON. G

CBS

IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIE PETROLOGY

811.

KATHAL. P.K

MICROFOSSILS

CBS &

THEIR

APPLICATIONS 812.

GOKHAR. N.W

THEORY

OF

CBS STRUCTURAL

GEOLOGY 813.

GOKHAR. N.W

THEORY

CBS OF

STRUCTURAL

GEOLOGY 814.

GOKHAR. N.W

NEW AGE

THEORY GEOLOGY

90

CBS OF

STRUCTURAL CBS

815.

GOKHAR. N.W

THEORY

OF

STRUCTURAL

GEOLOGY 816.

GOKHAR. N.W

THEORY

CBS OF

STRUCTURAL

GEOLOGY 817.

GOKHAR. N.W

THEORY

CBS OF

STRUCTURAL

GEOLOGY 818.

GOKHAR. N.W

THEORY

CBS OF

STRUCTURAL

GEOLOGY 819.

GOKHAR. N.W

THEORY

CBS OF

STRUCTURAL

GEOLOGY 820.

CHENNA, KESAVALU. N

CBS

TEXT BOOK OF ENGINEERING GEOLOGY

821.

MAHAPATRA. G.B

TEXT

BOOK

MACMILLAN OF

PHYSICAL

GEOLOGY 822.

MAHAPATRA. G.B

TEXT

BOOK

SPRINGER OF

PHYSICAL

GEOLOGY 823.

MAHAPATRA. G.B

TEXT

BOOK

SPRINGER OF

PHYSICAL

GEOLOGY 824.

MAHAPATRA. G.B

TEXT

BOOK

SPRINGER OF

PHYSICAL

GEOLOGY 825.

MAHAPATRA. G.B

TEXT

BOOK

SPRINGER OF

PHYSICAL

GEOLOGY

SPRINGER

826.

JAIN. P.C

PALACONTOLOGY

VISHAL

827.

JAIN. P.C

PALACONTOLOGY

VISHAL

828.

JAIN. P.C

PALACONTOLOGY

VISHAL

829.

JAIN. P.C

PALACONTOLOGY

VISHAL

830.

JAIN. P.C

PALACONTOLOGY

VISHAL

831.

JAIN. P.C

PALACONTOLOGY

VISHAL

832.

GRIBBTO. C.D

RUTHEYS

ELEMENTS

OF

MINEROLOGY 833.

GRIBBTO. C.D

RUTHEYS

CBS ELEMENTS

OF

MINEROLOGY 834.

GRIBBTO. C.D

RUTHEYS

CBS ELEMENTS

OF

MINEROLOGY 835.

GRIBBTO. C.D

RUTHEYS MINEROLOGY

91

CBS ELEMENTS

OF CBS

836.

GRIBBTO. C.D

RUTHEYS

ELEMENTS

OF

MINEROLOGY 837.

TYRRELL. G.W

THE

CBS

PRINCIPLES

OF

PETROLOGY 838.

TYRRELL. G.W

THE

SURGECT

PRINCIPLES

OF

PETROLOGY 839.

TYRRELL. G.W

THE

SURGECT

PRINCIPLES

OF

PETROLOGY 840.

TYRRELL. G.W

THE

SURGECT

PRINCIPLES

OF

PETROLOGY 841.

TYRRELL. G.W

THE

SURGECT

PRINCIPLES

OF

PETROLOGY 842.

TYRRELL. G.W

THE

SURGECT

PRINCIPLES

OF

PETROLOGY 843.

TYRRELL. G.W

THE

SURGECT

PRINCIPLES

OF

PETROLOGY 844.

TYRRELL. G.W

THE

SURGECT

PRINCIPLES

OF

PETROLOGY

SURGECT MACMILLAN

845.

SINGH. P.K.

RAIN WATER HARVESTING

846.

VILANELOIM. J.V

MASS

COMMUNICATION

IN

INDIA

SAGE SAGE

847.

MICHAEL. S.M

DALITS IN MODERN INDIA

848.

NALINI RAJAN

21ST

CENTURY

JOURNALISM

IN INDIA 849.

ROBERTSON. D

SAGE

THE ROUTHEDGE DICTIONARY OF POLITCS

ROUTHEDGE MACMILLAN

850.

RAM CHANDRA PRADHAN

RAJ TO SWARAJ

851.

KARVNA KOWSHIK

HISTORY

TO

COMMUNIST

RUSSIA 1917-1991 852.

RAZUL. S.A

THE

WONDER

THAT

MACMILLAN WAS

INDIA

RUPA & CO S.CHAND & CO

853.

VISHNU BHAGAVAN

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

854.

PRAN NATH SETH

AN INTRODUCTION TO TRAVEL TOURISM

STERLING PUB.

855.

BHATIA. A.K

INTERNATIONAL TOURISM

STERLING PUB.

856.

RANGARAJAN. L.N

KAUTILYA THE ARTHASHASTRA

PENGUIN

857.

SHANMUGANANTHA. I

WORLD HISTORY

BOOKS INDIA

92

858.

SINGARAVEL. A

POPULAR

CULTURE

TO

ANCIENT TAMILAGAM 859.

SINGARAVEL. A

POPULAR

CULTURE

UNIVERSITY TO

ANCIENT TAMILAGAM 860.

SINGARAVEL. A

POPULAR

CULTURE

SINGARAVEL. A

POPULAR

CULTURE

TO

SINGARAVEL. A

POPULAR

CULTURE

TO

SINGARAVEL. A

POPULAR

CULTURE

BHARATHIDASAN UNIVERSITY

TO

ANCIENT TAMILAGAM 863.

BHARATHIDASAN UNIVERSITY

ANCIENT TAMILAGAM 862.

BHARATHIDASAN UNIVERSITY

ANCIENT TAMILAGAM 861.

BHARATHIDASAN

BHARATHIDASAN UNIVERSITY

TO

BHARATHIDASAN

ANCIENT TAMILAGAM

UNIVERSITY

864.

SINGARAVEL. A

HISTORY OF IDEAS

NAREENA

865.

SINGARAVEL. A

HISTORY OF IDEAS

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876.

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877.

VISHNU BHAGAVAN

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

S.CHAND & CO

878.

RAO. B.V

HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPE

STERLING

879.

MEENA. V

TEMPLES OF SOUTH INDIA

HARI KUMARI

880.

VENKATESAN. G

HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY INDIA

881.

882.

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HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY INDIA

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HISTORY OF INDIA & INDIAN NATIONAL MOVEMENT

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889.

SRINIVASAN. P

PANDIT JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

VASAN

890.

SHYAM PHATAK

NELSON MANDELA

VASAN

891.

USHA SANTHANAM

SRI ARBINDU

VASAN

892.

KHATAI. R.S.

EDMAND HALLEY

VASAN

893.

SUNDAR. R.S

ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL

VASAN

894.

MADHUSUDA KRISHNAN

LOKAMANYA BAL GANGADHAR TILAK

VASAN

895.

SRINIVASAN. P

MAHATMA GANDHI

VASAN

896.

ASWATHAMAN. T.G

DR.B.R.AMBETHKAR

VASAN

897.

ASWATHAMAN. T.G

RABINDRANATH TAGORE

VASAN

898.

SUMAN, PREM KUMAR

CHATRAPATHI SHIVAJI

VASAN

899.

SUNDAR. R.S

CHARLES DARWIN

VASAN

900.

SHYAM PHATAK

WINSTON CHURCHILL

VASAN

901.

SUMAN, PREM KUMAR

SIS M.VISVESVARAYA

VASAN

902.

SYED WASEEN KHATAI

TIPU SULTAN

VASAN

903.

LALITHA SHETTY

GAUTAMA BUDDHA

VASAN

904.

SHRIVASTAVA. K.M

NEWS REPORTING & EDITING

STERLING

905.

RAGUNATHA RAO. P

INDIAN HERITAGE & CULTURE

STERLING

906.

JAISHRI. N. JEKWANEY

PUBLIC RELATIONS

STERLING

907.

PRANNATHSETH

SUCCESSFUL

TOURISM

MANAGEMENT - II 908.

PRANNATHSETH

SUCCESSFUL

STERLING TOURISM

MANAGEMENT - I 909.

PRANNATHSETH

STERLING

AN INTRODUCTION TRAVEL & TOURISM

910.

911.

BHATIA. A.K

BHATIA. A.K

INTERNATIONAL

STERLING TOURISM

MANAGEMENT

STERLING

TOURISIM DEVELOPMENT

STERLING

94

912.

GERALD. C.F.

APPLIED

NUMERICAL

ANALYSIS 913.

GERALD. C.F.

PEARSON

APPLIED

NUMERICAL

ANALYSIS 914.

SHANTHI NARAYANAN

PEARSON

A COURSE OF MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS

S.CHAND

915.

DAVIS. SW

TOPOLOGY

TATA MC GRAW HILL

916.

MANICA. T.K, VACHAGAM

ALGEBRA VOLUME 2

VIJAY

917.

TAHA. HA

OPERATIONS RESEARCH

P.H.I

918.

FOROUZAN. B.A

CRYPTOGRAPHY &

NETWORK

SYSTEM

T.M.H T.H.H

919.

RUDIN. W

REAL COMPLEX ANALYSIS

920.

CHARTRAND. G

INTRODUCTION

TO

GRAPH

THEORY

T.H.H

921.

KHANNA. M.L

DYNAMICS OF APARTICLE

JAI PU

922.

AHAMAD AZAD. A

555 PROGRAMS IN C++

PARVEEN

923.

BLAGURU SAMY. E

OBJECTED

ORIENTED

PROGRAMMING WITH C++

T.M.H P.H.I

924.

MUNKRES. J.R

TOPOLOGY

925.

CHAPRA. S.C

NUMERICAL

METHODS

FOR

ENGINEERS 926.

BALUJA. G.K

T.M.H

OBJECT

ORIENTED

PROGRAMMING USING C++

DHANPA KEDARNATH

927.

GUPTA. B.D

CLASSICAL MECHANICS

928.

DEO. N

GRAPH

THEORY

WITH

APPLICATIONS 929.

SANGARAPPAN. S

P.H.I

VECTOR

CALCULUS

FOURIER

SERIES

AND

FOURIER

TRANSORMS

VIJAY VIJAY

930.

NARAYANAN. S

TRIGONOMETRY

931.

LIU. C.L

ELEMENTS

OF

DISCRETE

MATHEMATICS

T.M.H

932.

LIPSCHUTZ. S

DISCRETE MATHEMATICS

T.M.H

933.

VEERARAJAN. T

DISCRETE MATHEMATICS

T.M.H

934.

MEERARAJAN. T

FUZZY MATRIX THEORY AND APPLICATIONS

95

M.J.P

935.

GRAVANO. S

INTRODUCTION

TO

ERROR

CONTROL CODES 936.

WILLMORE. T.J

AN

OXFORD

INTRODUCTION

TO

DIFFERENTIAL GEOMENTRY 937.

LEON. A

FUNDAMENTALS

OXFORD OF

COMPUTING C PROGRAMMING AND MS OFFICE

VIJAY PEARSON

938.

JOHNSTON. B

C++ PROGRAMMING TODAY

939.

STALLINGS. W

CRYPTOGRAPHY &

NETWORK

SECURITY 940.

VEERARAJAN. T

P.H.I

PROBABILITY,

STATISTICS

AND RANDOM PROCESSES 941.

CHOWDHURY. K.C

TATA MC GRAW HILL

A FIRST COURSE IN THEORY OF NUMBERS

942.

BRADIE, BRIAIN

A

FRIENDLY

ASIAN BOOKS INTRODUCTION

TO NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 943.

RANA, INDER. K

AN

PEARSON

INTRODUCTION

TO

MESSURE AND INTEGRATION

NAROSA S.VISWANATHAN

944.

NARAYANAN. S

CALCULUS - VOL III

945.

MC GRATH, MIKE

C++ PROGRAMMING IN EASY STEPS

946.

PONNUSAMY. S

DREAM TECH

FOUNDATIONS

OF

COMPLEX

ANALYSIS 947.

NARLIKAR. JAYANT

FUN

AND

NAROSA FUNDAMENTALS

-

MATHEMATICS 948.

VASUDEV. C

GRAPH

UNIVERSITIES PRESS

THEORY

WITH

APPLICATIONS 949.

BARTLE, ROBERT. G

INTRODUCTION

NEW AGE TO

REAL

ANALYSIS IS III E.D 950.

BARTLE, ROBERT. G

INTRODUCTION

TO

WILEY REAL

ANALYSIS IS III E.D

WILEY

951.

HOFFMAN, KENNETH

LINEAR ALGEBRA

PEARSON

952.

VENUGOPAL. K.R

MASTEREIP C++

TATA MC GRAW HILL

953.

CHATTOPDHYAY. P.K

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS

NEW AGE

954.

GUPTA. B.D

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS - III ED.

VIKAS

96

955.

RUDIO. WALTER

PRINCIPLES

OF

MATHEMATICAL - ANALYSIS

TATA MC GRAW HILL

956.

MEDHI. J

STOCHASTIC PROCESSES

NEW AGE

957.

HEASTEIN. I.N

TOPICS IN ALGEBRA

JOHN WILEY

958.

MENKERS, JAMES. R

TOPOLOGY II ED.

PRENTICE HALL

959.

DUMMIT. D.S

ABSTRACT ALGEBRA

WILEY INDIA

960.

TRELAND. K

A CLASSICAL INTRODUCTION TO MODERN NUMBER THEORY

SPRINGER

961.

DASGUPTA. S

ALGORITHMS

TATA MC GRAW HILL

962.

LIDL. R

APPLIED ABSTRACT ALGEBRA

SPRINGER

963.

BHATTA CHARYA. P.B

BASIC ABSTRACT ALGEBRA

CAMBRIDGE

964.

COHN. D.M

BASIC

ALGEBRA

GROUPS

RINGS & FIELDS

SPRINGER

965.

ROBBINS. N

BEGINNING NUMBER THEORY

NAROSA

966.

SATYA PRAKASH

CLASSICAL MECHANICS

KEDARNATH

967.

GUPTA. B.D

CLASSICAL MECHANICS

KEDARNATH

968.

SANKARA RAO. K

CLASSICAL MECHANICS

PRENTICE HALL

969.

UPADHAYA. J.C

CLASSICAL MECHANICS

HIMALAYA

970.

ARULDAS. G

CLASSICAL MECHANICS

PRENTICE HALL

971.

RANA. N.C

CLASSICAL MECHANICS

TATA MC GRAW HILL

972.

GAMELIN. T.W

COMPLETE ANALYSIS

SPRINGER

973.

STERLIN. E.M

COMPLETE ANALYSIS

OVERSEAS PRESS

974.

PACHGHARE. V.K

CRYTOGRAPHY

&

INFORMATION SECURITY

PRENTICE HALL KRISHNA

975.

MITTAL

DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY

976.

LIO. C.L

ELEMENTS

OF

DISCRETE

MATHEMATICS 977.

LIO. C.L

ELEMENTS

TATA MC GRAW HILL

OF

DISCRETE

MATHEMATICS 978.

CHAKRABARATI. A

ELEMENTS

TATA MC GRAW HILL

OF

ORDINARY

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS & SPECIAL FUNCTIONS 979.

HAFFIMAN. W.C

FUNDAMENTALS

OF

NEW AGE ERROR

CORRECTING CODES 980.

COHN. P.M

FURTHER APPLICATION

97

ALGEBRA

CAMBRIDGE & SPRINGER

981.

DIESTEL. R

GRAPH THEORY

982.

BHATT. R.D

INTERMEDIATE

SPRINGER

MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS 983.

SASTRY. S.S

NAROSA

INTRODUCTORY METHODS OF NUMERICAL ANALYSIS

984.

RESNICK. R

INTRODUCTION

TO

PRENTICE HALL SPECIAL

RELATIVITY 985.

SIMMONS. G.F

WILEY

INTRODUCTION TO TOPOLOGY AND MODERN ANALYSIS

TATA MC GRAW HILL

986.

LAQ. P.D

LINEAR ALGEBRA

WILEY

987.

HOFFMAN. K

LINEAR ALGEBRA

PEARSON

988.

JAIN. M.K

NUMERICAL

SOLUTIONS

OF

DIFFERENCIALS EQUATIONS 989.

PUGH. C.C

REAL

NEW AGE

MATHEMATICAL

ANALYSIS 990.

OKSENDAL. B

SPRINGER

STOCHASTIC

DIFFERENTIAL

EQUATIONS

SPRINGER

991.

ROSS. S.M

STOCHASTIC PROCESSES

WILEY

992.

DE. U.C

TENSOR CALCULUS

NAROSA

993.

CHRDHARY. B

THE ELEMENTS OF COMPLEX ANALYSIS

NEW AGE MACMILLAN

994.

PATEL (AH)

INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY

995.

BHAKTI VEDANTA SWAMI.

SRIMAD BHAGAVATAM - FIRST

A.C

CANTO

BHAKTI VEDANTA SWAMI.

SRIMAD

A.C

SECOND CANTO

BHAKTI VEDANTA SWAMI.

SRIMAD BHAGAVATAM - THIRD

A.C

CANTO 31

BHAKTI VEDANTA SWAMI.

SRIMAD BHAGAVATAM - THIRD

A.C

CANTO 32

BHAKTI VEDANTA SWAMI.

SRIMAD BHAGAVATAM - FOUR

A.C

CANTO 4.1

996.

997.

998.

999.

1000. BHAKTI VEDANTA SWAMI. A.C 1001. BHAKTI VEDANTA SWAMI. A.C

BBT BHAGAVATAM

BBT

BBT

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BBT

THOUGHTS ON SYNTHESIS OF SCIENCE & RELIGION

1014. SINGH. T.D

TOWARDS

A

BHAKTI VEDANTA

CULTURE

OF

HARMONY & PENCE

BHAKTI VEDANTA

1015. SINGH. T.D

GOD IS A PERSON

BHAKTI VEDANTA

1016. SINGH. T.D

LIFE,

MATTER

AND

THEIR

INTERACTIONS 1017. SINGH. T.D

BHAKTI VEDANTA

SCIENCE, SPIRITUALITY AND THE NATURE OF REALITY

1018. SINGH. T.D

LIFE

AND

SPIRITUAL

BHAKTI VEDANTA -

EVOLUTION

BHAKTI VEDANTA

1019. DENT, NICHOLAS

ROUSSEAU

ROUTHEDGE

1020. LOWE. E.J

LOCK

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1021. JOLLEY, NICHALAS

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1022. LEAR, JONATHAN

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ROUTHEDGE

99

1023. SHIELDS. C

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1024. SMITH. D.W

HUSSEAL

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DARWIN

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1026. BEISER. F

HEGEL

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1027. YUYER, PAUL

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1028. FREEMAN. S

RAWLS

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1040. PANDEY. R.S

EDUCATIONAL THOUGHTS

ADHYAYAN

1041. RAMASAMI. T

EDUCATIONA

AND

PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT 1042. GANDHI. K.L

APH

VALUE EDUCATION A STUDY OF PUBLIC OPINION

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HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION

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1044. MANOHARAN. P.K

EDUCATION

AND

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1056. AKHILESH MANI

UGC NET / SLET PSYCHOLOGY

DANIKA

1057. RANI PONNAIAN

HUMAN RIGHTS

PUDU BOOKS

1058. GUPTA. V.P

JEAN, PAUL SARTARE

VIJAY GOEL

1059. GUPTA. V.P

PLATO

VIJAY GOEL

1060. IYENGAR. B.K.S

LIGHT ON THE YOGA SUTRAS OF PATANJALI

HARPER

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THE TREE OF YOGA

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BUSINESS ETHICS

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1073. VENUGOPALAN. R

THE HIDDEN MYSTERIES OF

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1074.

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CLASSICAL MECHANICS

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FOUNDATIONS

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1079. MEENA KUMARI. R

ELECTRO MAGENETIC FIELDS

NEW AGE

1080. CHATTO PADHYAY. D

ELECTRONICS

NEW AGE

101

1081. GHOSHAL. S.N

NUCLEAR PHYSICS

1082. PURI. R.K

SOLID

STATE

S.CHAND

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S.CHAND

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MECHANICS

S.CHAND

1084. MURUGESHAN R.

ALLIED PHYSICS

S.CHAND

1085. MURUGESHAN R.

PROPERTIES OF MATTER

S.CHAND

1086. ARORA. C.L

PRACTICAL PHYSICS

S.CHAND

1087. CHATTO PADYAY. D

QUANTUM

MECHANICS

STATISTICAL

MECHANICS

SOLID STATE PHYSICS 1088. RAMESH GAONKAR

MICRO

S.CHAND

PROCESSOR

ARCHITECTURE, PROGRAMMING

AND

APPLICATIONS WITH THE 8085 1089. CHAKRABARTI. P.K

PENRAM

A TEXT BOOK ON WAVES & ACOUSTICS

CENTRAL

1090. SINHA. S.K

MOLECULAR PHYSICS

NAROSA

1091. CHAKRABARTI. P.K

GEOMETRICAL

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PHISICAL

OPTICS

CENTRAL

1092. UPADHYAYA. J.C

CLASSICAL MECHANICS

HIMALAYA

1093. CHATWAL. G

DICTIONARY OF SCIENCE

HIMALAYA

1094. ARUMUGAM. S

COMPLEX ANALYSIS

SCITECH

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AN

ADVANCED

COURSE

IN

PRACTICAL PHYSICS 1096. JOSHI. A.W

CENTRAL

MATRICES AND TENSERS IN PHYSICS

NEW AGE

1097. WAHAB. M.A

SOLID STATE PHYSICS

NAROSA

1098. SRIVASTAVA. J.P

ELEMENTS OF SOLID STATE PHYSICS

PRENTICE

1099. ARUMUGAM. S

NUMERICAL METHODS

SCITECH

1100. ARUMUGAM. S

NUMERICAL METHODS

SCITECH

1101. CHATWAL. G.R

SPECTROSCOPY

HIMALAYA

1102. PALANISAMY. P.K

SOLID STATE PHYSICS

SCITECH

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LECTURES ON PHYSICS ; THE DETINITIVE ED. VOL - I

1104. FEYMAR

1105. FEYMAR

PEARSON

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PEARSON

LECTURES ON PHYSICS ; THE

PEARSON

102

DETINITIVE ED. VOL - III 1106. RAI. G.D

SOLAR ENERGY UTILISATION

KHANA

1107. OXFORD

DICTIONARY OF PHYSICS

OXFORD

1108. GHOSHAL. S.N

ATOMIC PHYSICS

S.CHAND

1109. SINDHU. P.S

ELEMENTS

OF

MOLECULAR

SPECTROSCOPY 1110. UMA MUKERJI

NEW AGE

ELECTRO

MAGNETIC

FIELD

THEORY

AND

WARE

PROPAGATION

NAROSA

1111. PRAKASH. J

SOLAR ENERGY

TATA MC GRAW HILL

1112. KAMARAJ. G

HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER

SCITECH

1113. SAKTHIVEL MURUGAN. S

COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

1114. SADIKU. N.O.M

RBA

ELEMENTS

OF

ELECTROMAGNETIES

OXFORD

1115. DASS. H.K

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS

S.CHAND

1116. RAJAM. J.B

ATOMIC PHYSICS

S.CHAND

1117. SALIVAHANAN. S

DIGITAL

CIRCUITS

AND

DESIGN

VIKAS

1118. MILLMAN. J

INTEGRATED ELECTRONICS

TATA MC GRAW HILL

1119. KITTEL. C

INTRODUCTION

TO

SOLID

STATE - PHYSICS 1120. SINDHU. P.S

ELEMENTS

WILEY

OF

MOLECULAR

SPECTROSCOPY

NEW AGE

1121. YADAV. L.D.S

ORGANIC SPECTROSCOPY

ANAMAYA

1122. TEWARI. K.K

ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM WITH ELECTRONICS

1123. POOLE. C.P

INTRODUCTION

S.CHAND

TO

NANO

TECHNOLOGY

WILEY

1124. ARORADHADE

OPTICAL FEBRE AND LASER

NEW AGE

1125. AVADHANULO. M.N

A

TEXT

BOOK

OF

ENGINEERING PHYSICS 1126. KITTEL. C

INTRODUCTION

TO

S.CHAND SOLID

STATE - PHYSICS

WILEY

1127. RASTOGI. SC

BIO CHEMISTRY

TATA MC GRAW HILL

1128. ROY. R.R

NUCLEAR PHYSICS

NEW AGE

1129. PETTAI. S.O

MODERN

PHYSICS

STATE PHYSICS

103

&

SOLID NEW AGE

1130. PATEL. S.B

NUCLEAR PHYSICS

1131. LAUD. B.B

LASERS

AND

NEW AGE

NON

LINEAR

OPTICS

NEW AGE

1132. SRIVASTAVA. A

BIO - NANO - GEO SCIENCES

ANE

1133. BRIJLAL

HEAT

THERMODYNAMICE

&

STATISTICAL PHYSICS 1134. SAXENA. A.K

PRINCIPLES

OF

S.CHAND MODERN

PHYSICS

NAROSA

1135. MURUGESHAN. R

MODERN PHYSICS

S.CHAND

1136. CHATOPADHYAY. P.K

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS

NEW AGE

1137. PURI. R.K

SOLID STATE PHYSICS

S.CHAND

1138. PALANISAMY. P.K

PHYSICS

LABORATARY

MANUAL 1139. SAKTHI MURUGAN. S

SCITECH

COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

1140. SAKTHI MURUGAN. S

RBA

COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

RBA

1141. DEEPAK ARORA

DICTIONARY OF PHYSICS

A.I.T.B.S

1142. VERMA. A.R

CRYSTALLOGRAPHY

APPLIED

TO SOLID STATE PHYSICS 1143. LW. C.S

NEW AGE

ELECTRO MAGNETIC THEORY FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS

1144. GODSE. A.P

MICRO

FOUNDATION

PROCESSOR

&

MICROCONTRO HERS

TECHNICAL

1145. RAYEM. J.B

ATOMIC PHYSICS

S.CHAND

1146. GUPTA. H.C

SOLID STATE PHYSICS

VIKAS

1147. CHADHA. J.K

MECHANICS

NEW AGE

1148. SEDHA. R.S

A

TEXT

BOOK

OF

APPLIED

ELECTRONICS 1149. GANGADHAR. K.A

ELECTRO

S.CHAND

MAGENETIC

FIELD

THEORY 1150. PURI. R.K

KHANA

SOLID STATE PHYSICS AND ELECTRONICS

S.CHAND

1151. MURUGESHAN. R

OPTICS & SPECTROSCOPY

S.CHAND

1152. GUPTA. B.D

MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS

VIKAS

1153. MURUGESHAN. R

OPTICS AND SPECTROSCOPY

S.CHAND

1154. GANESH BABU. F.R

LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS

SCITECH

1155. MANI. P

A

DHANAM

TEXT

104

BOOK

OF

ENGINEERING PHYSICS - I 1156. PALANISAMY. P.K

MATERIALS SCIENCE

SCITECH

1157. GARG. R.K

UNIVERSITY SCIENCE BASIC ELECTRONICS

PRESS

1158. MADHUSAHU. K.B

ELECTRO MAGNETIC FILEDS

SCITECH

1159. JOSHI. A.W

ELEMENTS GROUP THEORY OF PHYSICISTS

1160. PALANISAMY. P.K

PHYSICS

NEW AGE LABORATARY

MANUAL 1161. PALANISAMY. P.K

SCITECH

PHYSICS

LABORATARY

MANUAL 1162. TO MAR (S)

GATE

:

SCITECH PHYSICS

CHOICE

(MULTIPLE

QUESTIONS

WITH

EXPLANATORY ANSWERS)

UPHAR'S

1163.

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1164.

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ghhp epiyak;

1165.

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nghpa Guhzk; - ciueil

rFe;jiy epiyak;

1166.

espdp. K

ngz; nja;t topghL

1167.

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jfty; njhopy; El;gk;

jkpo;g; Gj;jfhyak;

1168.

n[afhe;jd;

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kPdhl;rp

1169.

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jkpoh; rka kuGfs;

nry;yg;gh gjpg;gfk;

1170.

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14 ehl;fspy; mbg;gil

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1171.

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1172.

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1173.

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1174.

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nel;nthh;f;fpq; mjd; vg;gb eh;kjh gjpg;gfk;

vspajkpopy;

gpsh; vDk; EZf;fk; :

eh;kjh gjpg;gfk; xU eh;kjh gjpg;gfk;

Ez;fiy mwpKfKk;>

tpsf;fKk;

eh;kjh gjpg;gfk;

1175.

uhif kyh;

Gnuhfpuhq nra;tJ vg;gb

eh;kjh gjpg;gfk;

1176.

fe;ijahgps;is. e.rp.

jkpoh; gz;ghL

njd;dpe;jpa fofk;

1177.

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1178.

fe;ijahgps;is. e.rp.

ed;D}y; fhz;bifAiu vOj;jjpfhuk;> nrhy;yjpfhuk; fof ntspaPPL 105

1179.

fe;ijahgps;is. e.rp.

1180.

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Nth;fs;

kzp gjpg;gfk;

,jopay; ghh;it

kPPdhl;rp Gj;;jfepiyak;

1181.

ngUkhs; uhR

$ly; rq;fkk;

fiyQd; gjpg;gfk;

1182.

jkpod;gd;

tzf;fk; ts;Stk;

G+k;Gfhh;

1183.

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ghujpjhrd; ikak; fht;ah

1184.

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ehl;Lg;Gwtpay;

1185.

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jkpo;g; mwptpay;

1186.

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cuha;T

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,yf;fpaj;jpy; chpikfs;

rhujh kdpj Fkud;

1187.

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xsit

mfuk;

1188.

nghd;dPyd;

Njly;

epA+ nrQ;Rhp

1189.

nghd;dPyd;

Njly;

epA+ nrQ;Rhp

1190.

nghd;dPyd;

Njly;

epA+ nrQ;Rhp

1191.

nghd;dPyd;

Njly;

epA+ nrQ;Rhp

1192.

nghd;dPyd;

Njly;

epA+ nrQ;Rhp

1193.

nghd;dPyd;

Njly;

epA+ nrQ;Rhp

1194.

nghd;dPyd;

Njly;

epA+ nrQ;Rhp

1195.

nghd;dPyd;

Njly;

epA+ nrQ;Rhp

1196.

nghd;dPyd;

Njly;

epA+ nrQ;Rhp

1197.

nghd;dPyd;

Njly;

epA+ nrQ;Rhp

1198.

muq;f. Rg;igah

,yf;fpaj; jpwdha;T ,rq;fs;> nfhs;iffs;

ghit

1199.

ghyfpUl;bzd;. ,uh

jkpo;; mfuhjp fiy

njd;dpe;jpa fofk;

1200.

Rg;ukzpad;. r.Nt

gjpndz;fPo;f;fzf;F E}y;fs;

nka;ag;gd;

1201.

Nfhtpe;jd;. Nf

jkpoh; tuyhW

fof ntspaPPL

1202.

Rg;Gnul;bahh;. E

irtKk;> jkpOk;

fof ntspaPPL

1203.

mg;ghj;Jiugps;is. Fh

Mq;fpyk; - jkpo; mfuhjp

fof ntspaPPL

1204.

ghyfpUl;bzd;. ,uh

jkpo; - Mq;fpy mfuhjp

fof ntspaPPL

1205.

Kusp. [P.r.

%th; Njthuk;

rJuh

1206.

khzpf;fthrfh;

jpUntk;ghit jpUg;ghit

rFe;jiy epiyak;

1207.

khzpf;fthrfh;

jpUntk;ghit jpUg;ghit

rFe;jiy epiyak;

1208.

jkpoz;zy;

njhy;fhg;gpak;

kPdhl;rp

1209.

uh[k; fpU\;zd;

cj;jufhz;lk;

jhfk;

1210.

uh[k; fpU\;zd;

NfhLfSk;> Nfhyq;fSk;

jhfk;

106

1211.

uh[k; fpU\;zd;

GjpaNjhh; cyF nra;Nthk;

jhfk;

1212.

,e;jpuh ghh;j;jrhujp

uhkhD[h;

jkpo;g; Gj;jfhyak;

1213.

uh[k; fpU\;zd;

kyh;fs;

jhfk;

1214.

fPjh. Nfh

jkpo;r;rpWfij ngz;fs; (2000-06)

tuyhw;wpy; n[afPh;j;jp

1215.

,sq;Fkudhh;. ,uh

ts;syhh; fz;l rhfhf; fiy my;yJ kuzkpyhg; jpUts;Sth; ngUtho;T jtr;rhiy

1216.

fUzhepjp. K

fiyQh;; K.fUzhepjpapd; gilg;gpyf;fpaq;fs; njhFjp 1 tre;jh

1217.

nghd;Drhkp

jha;kjp

kPdhl;rp

1218.

nghd;Drhkp

jkpo;kiw je;j gd;dpUth;

tpfld;

1219.

utPe;jpud;. rp.Mh;

vjphPLfs;

kPdhl;rp

1220.

[hdfpuhkd;. J

rpWfijfs; - njhFjp 1

Ie;jpiz

1221.

[hdfpuhkd;. J

rpWfijfs; - njhFjp 2

Ie;jpiz

1222.

eluhrd;. gp.uh.

nghpa Guhzk; - Kjy; gFjp

ckh

1223.

eluhrd;. gp.uh.

nghpa gFjp

Guhzk;

ckh

nghpa gFjp

Guhzk;

nghpa

Guhzk;

1224.

1225.

eluhrd;. gp.uh. eluhrd;. gp.uh.

-

,uz;lhk; -

%d;whk; ckh

-

ehd;fhk;

gFjp 1226. KARUPPANNAN. U

ckh

DISCOVERIES IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

1227. LAL. S.S

PRACTICAL VERTEBRATE

107

PALANI PARAMOUNT ZOOLOGY MJP

1228. RAMADASS. P

ANIMAL

BIO

RECENT

TECHNOLOGY

CONCEPTS

&

DEVELOPMENT 1229. RAMADASS. P

ANIMAL

MJP

BIO

RECENT

TECHNOLOGY

CONCEPTS

&

DEVELOPMENT 1230. LAL. S.S

RASTOGI

PRACTICAL

ZOOLOGY

INVERTEBRATE 1231. LOHAR. P.S

MJP

ENDOCRINOLOGY

-

HORMONESORD

-

HUMAN

HEALTH 1232. MARIMUTHU. R

MICROSCOPY

MJP &

MICRO

TECHNIQUE 1233. GUPTA. P.K

MOLECULAR

RASTOGI BIOLOGY

&

GENETIC - ENGINEERING

RASTOGI

1234. PANDEY

FISH & FISHERIES

SARAS PUB

1235. NAIR. N.C

A

TEXT

BOOK

OF

INVERTIBRATES 1236. NAIR. N.C

A

TEXT

SARAS PUB BOOK

OF

INVERTIBRATES 1237. NAIR. N.C

A

TEXT

SARAS PUB BOOK

OF

INVERTIBRATES

SARAS PUB

1238. ARUMUGAM. N

A TEXT BOOK OF EMBRYOLOGY

SARAS PUB

1239. ARUMUGAM. N

A TEXT BOOK OF EMBRYOLOGY

SARAS PUB

1240. ARUMUGAM. N

A TEXT BOOK OF EMBRYOLOGY

SARAS PUB

1241. THANGAMANI. A

A TEXT BOOK OF CHORDATES

SARAS PUB

1242. THANGAMANI. A

A TEXT BOOK OF CHORDATES

SARAS PUB

1243. MARIAKUTTIKON. A

ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY

SARAS PUB

1244. MARIAKUTTIKON. A

ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY

SARAS PUB

1245. MARIAKUTTIKON. A

ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY

SARAS PUB

1246. MEYYAN. R.P

GENETICS

SARAS PUB

1247. MEYYAN. R.P

GENETICS

SARAS PUB

1248. MEYYAN. R.P

GENETICS

SARAS PUB

IMMUNOLOGY

SARAS PUB

IMMUNOLOGY

SARAS PUB

1249. DULSY

FATIMA

&

ARUMUGAN.N 1250. DULSY

FATIMA

ARUMUGAN.N

&

108

1251. DULSY

FATIMA

&

ARUMUGAN.N 1252. DULSY

FATIMA

IMMUNOLOGY

SARAS PUB

IMMUNOLOGY

SARAS PUB

&

ARUMUGAN.N 1253. MEYYAN. R.P

GENETICS

&

GENETIC

ENGINEERING

SARAS PUB

1254. ARUMUGAM. N

CELL BIOLOGY

SARAS PUB

1255. EKAMBARANATH

MANUAL OF ZOOLOGY - VOL II - PART I - (CHORDATA)

1256. EKAMBARANATH

S.VISWANATHAN

MANUAL OF ZOOLOGY - VOL II - PART II - (CHORDATA)

1257. EKAMBARANATH

S.VISWANATHAN

MANUAL OF ZOOLOGY - VOL I - PART II

S.VISWANATHAN

1258. RAMAKRISHNAN. P

BIO STATISTICS

SARAS PUB

1259. NARAYANAN. L.M

BIO STATISTICS

SARAS PUB

1260. KALRA

SCIENCE FORMULA

KALRA

1261. EKAMBARANATH

MANUAL OF ZOOLOGY 1-P : II

S.VISWANATHAN

1262. ARUMUGAM. N

ORGANIC EVOLUTION

SARAS PUB

1263. EKAMBARANATH

MANUAL OF ZOOLOGY V - II P - II

1264. EKAMBARANATH

S.VISWANATHAN

MANUAL OF ZOOLOGY V - II P-I

1265. EKAMBARANATH

S.VISWANATHAN

MANUAL OF ZOOLOGY V - I - P - III

1266. VERMA. P.S

S.VISWANATHAN

CELL

BIOLOGY,

GENETICS,

MOLECULAR

BIOLOGY,

EVOLUTION & ECOLOGY 1267. ANANTHANARAYAN PANIKER. C.K

&

TEXT

BOOK

OF

S.CHAND MICRO

BIOLOGY

ORIENT

1268. MICHAEL J., PALCZAR

MICRO BIOLOGY

TATA MC GRAW HILL

1269. SHANEWL. P.S

OXFORD & IBH NEW MEDICAL DICTIONARY

1270. LOYD, JULIE

A

OXFORD & IBH

CONCISE

GUIDE

TO

WEATHER 1271. JOHANTHAN. H

1272. SAHNI. K.C

DARWIN

PARRAGON :

A

VERY

SHORT

INTRODUCTION

OXFORD

THE BOOK OF INDIAN DREES

OXFORD

109

1273. PRATER. S.H

THE

BOOK

OF

INDIAN

ANIMALS 1274. BEJCEK. V

OXFORD

THE

COMPLETE

ENCYCLOPEDIAN OF BIRDS 1275. BAKER, NICK

THE

NEW

REBO

AMATEUR

NATURALIST 1276. ROSAIR. D

COLLINS

PHOTOGRAPHIC GUIDE TO THE WADERS OF THE WORLD

1277. MURUGESAN. A.G

ENVIRONMENTAL

BOUNTY

SCIENCE

AND BIO TECHNOLOGY 1278. JOSHI. VIJAYA. D

PREP.

MANUAL

MJG FOR

UNDERGRADUATES PHYSIOLOGY 1279. GURUMANI. N

RESEARCH

ELSEVIER METHODOLOGY

FOR BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

MJP

1280. RAMAN. C

OBJECTIVE ZOOLOGY

SURAS

1281. RASTOGI. V.B

FUNDAMENTALS

OF

BIO

STATISTICS

ANE

1282. MISHRA. R.R

SOIL MICRO BIOLOGY

CBS

1283. SHARMA. K

MANUAL OF MICRO BIOLOGY (TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES)

ANE

1284. CHARY. S.N

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

MACMILLAN

1285. SOBTI. R.C

ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY

NAROSA

1286. SATYANARAYANA. U

BIO TECHNOLOGY

BOOKS & ALLIED

1287. KARDONG. KENNITH. V

VERTERBRATES

-

COMPARATIVE,

ANATOMY,

FUNCTION & EVOLUTION) 1288. AGGARWAL. S.K

FOUNDATION

COURSE

TATA MC GRAW HILL IN

BIOLOGY

ANE

1289. YANG. J.Z

THE LIFE OF VERTEBRATES

OXFORD

1290. JORDEN. E.L

CHORDATE ZOOLOGY

S.CHAND

110

Annexure - XII HEALTH SERVICES CONDUCTED IN THE COLLEGE

FREE EYE CHECK UP CAMP The 3 (TN) Air SQN (TECH) NCC in collaboration with Vasan Eye Care Hospital conducted a Free Eye Check Up Camp at the college for the benefit of students, staff and NCC Officials on 29.07.2008. The Camp was presided by Dr. K.Anbarasu, Principal, He exhorted the NCC unit to undertake such socially beneficial programmes on a large scale. Flt. Lt. Dr. Sundhararaman welcomed the gathering. Dr. M.R.S. Ramakrishnan, Eye Surgeon, Dr. Vasan Eye Hospital, Tiruchirapalli inaugurated the Camp. He appreciated the involvement and dedication of NCC cadets to such social causes. Wing Commander B. Biswas commended the cadets for organizing the camp. He showered praises on Vasan Eye Care Hospital for its active co-operation and commitment. He also assured all help to the unit of National College in the conduct of such camps as well as other programmes. CWO Jeyaprakash proposed a vote of thanks. A large number of students, staff and NCC personnel underwent eye check up. Flight Cadet Aiswarya did the compeering. BLOOD DONATION CAMP The Bharathidasan University, Trichy in association with Anna University, Chennai, and Tamilnadu Blood Transfusion Council, conducted a massive blood donation camp within the university limits comprising eight districts at fifty one different centres. In our College, National Service Scheme (NSS) and Youth Red Cross (YRC) organised the programme on 20.02.2009. The programme was inaugurated by the Vice-Principal A.Krishnamoorthy. He asked the students to donate blood to save precious lives which would otherwise be lost. Mr.B.Mathivanan, Notary Public, and Dr.M.Nallathambi of SRM Medical College Hospital, were the two witnesses who monitored the progress of the conduct of the programme. Friends Blood Bank, an authorized blood bank for Indian Red Cross Society, was the recipient of the blood donated by the student volunteers. Thirty volunteers from the nearby Chettinad College of Arts and Science and Three hundred and twelve student donors from both the regular stream and the unaided stream of National College donated their blood enthusiastically as they learnt that their donation could become a record of sorts worthy to find an entry in the Guinness book of records. In all, three hundred and forty two units of blood were collected. The Principal Dr. K.Anbarasu in his closing remarks expressed his deep appreciation of the student donors and hoped that they would make blood donation a habit in their lives. The programme was well organised by the NSS programme officers K.Elango, S.Thirumavalavan, S.Gunasekar, D.E.Benet and YRC coordinator T.Seshasayee.

111

Awareness Programme on Eye Care The Naval Wing

NCC, National College, Trichy conducted th

Programme on EYE CARE on Friday the 12

an Awareness

of September 2008. Mr.S.Selvaraj, Care

Taker of the Naval Wing of NCC, welcomed the gathering. Dr.K.Anbarasu, Principal, honored the Chief Guest and delivered the Presidential Address. He advised the students to undergo medical check up periodically to avoid diagnosing diseases at the advanced stage. He urged the students to create awareness among the village people on the importance

of

vacinnes.

The

Chief

Guest,

Dr.R.Ramesh,

Consultant

Pediatric

Ophthalmologist, Mahathma Eye Hospital, Trichy delivered a lecture on EYE CARE. His lecture dealt with the basic diseases of eyes and the preventive measures of the eye diseases. The visual displays were highly informative, particularly the inventions in the eye operations. He also insisted on compulsory examination of the eyes of the children between the age of 3 and 5 years. He added that the squint eyes can also be corrected at any age. He requested the teachers to find out those students who are not able to see letters on the black board and send them for eye check up immediately. He also advised the people from IT, Diabetics patients and persons of above 40 years to undergo eye check periodically to prevent their eyes from complete blindness. He also recommended anti reflectance glass that can protect the eyes from the rays from computers and vehicle headlights. The cadets from Naval Wing NCC, Staff and students from all the departments, participated in the Awareness Programme and benefited. Cadet.S.Sri Hari, proposed a Vote of thanks. Blood Donation Camp NCC Army Wing and Youth Red Cross Society of our College, Round table No.54 and Trichy Ladies Circle No.33 jointly organized a Blood Donation Camp on 22.08.2008 at our College, Dr.K.Anbarasu, Principal motivated the cadets on the importance of Blood donation and he himself donated a unit of blood. 87 volunteers including the members of the Round table and Ladies Circle donated blood in the camp.

112

Annexure XIII Students’ Achievements and Awards S.No.

Competition

Place & Date

Name

1.

Tamil Essay

E.R.Hr.Sec. School, Trichy – 06.08.08

S.Karuthan, I M.A. Tamil

2.

Elocution (Tamil)

Bharathidasan College, Trichy 14.08.08

Arts –

S.Karuthan, I M.A. Tamil

3.

Elocution (Tamil)

Jamal Mohamed College, Trichy – 15.09.08

S.Karuthan, I M.A. Tamil

4.

Elocution (Tamil)

Mukkulathor Hr.Sec. School, Thiruvarambur, Trichy – 30.08.08

S.Karuthan, I M.A. Tamil

5.

Elocution (Tamil)

6.

Elocution (Tamil)

Bishop Heber College, Trichy – 27.09.08

S.Karuthan, I M.A. Tamil

7.

Elocution (Tamil)

Seva Sangam School, Trichy 02.10.08

Girls –

S.Karuthan, I M.A. Tamil

8.

Elocution (Tamil)

District Central Bank, 06.11.08

Co.Op

S.Karuthan, I M.A. Tamil

9.

Elocution (Tamil)

Rajiv Gandhi, 06.11.08

S.Karuthan, I M.A. Tamil

10.

Elocution (Tamil)

UDC, Trichy - 19.12.08

S.Karuthan, I M.A. Tamil

11.

Elocution (Tamil)

EVR College, 23.01.09



S.Karuthan, I M.A. Tamil

12.

Elocution (Tamil)

Indian Medical Association – 15.02.09

S.Karuthan, I M.A. Tamil

13.

Elocution (Tamil)

Sringeri Matt. Srirangam – 01.04.09

S.Karuthan, I M.A. Tamil

14.

Elocution (Tamil)

Karaikudi Kamban Kazhagam – 06.04.09

S.Karuthan, I M.A. Tamil

15.

Tamil Essay

Karaikudi Kamban Kazhagam – 06.04.09

S.Karuthan, I M.A. Tamil

16.

Elocution

Madurai Yadava College

S.Karuthan, I M.A. Tamil

17.

Tamill Essay Writing

Vivekanandha Kanyakumari

Sangam,

30 Students

18.

Hand Writing – Tamil, Hand Writing – English, Drawing, Essay Writing – English, Essay Writing – Tamil

Kala, Chennai

Vadapalani,

25 Students

E.V.R. College, Trichy – 23.09.08

113

Trichy

S.Karuthan, I M.A. Tamil

19.

Poem Written

Bharathidasan College, Trichy 12.08.08

Arts –

K. Gopalakrishnan – II M.A. Tamil

20.

Tamil Elocution

Bharathidasan Arts & Science College, Trichy – 14.08.08

K. Gopalakrishnan – II M.A. Tamil

21.

Tamil Elocution

Jamal Mohamed College, Trichy – 15.09.08

K. Gopalakrishnan – II M.A. Tamil

22.

Tamil Elocution

Chennai Anna Arivalayam 09.09.08

K. Gopalakrishnan – II M.A. Tamil

23.

Tamil Elocution

Bishop Heber College, Trichy – 17.09.08

K. Gopalakrishnan – II M.A. Tamil

24.

Tamil Elocution

Mukkulathor Schoo, 30.08.08

K. Gopalakrishnan – II M.A. Tamil

25.

Tamil Elocution

NIT, Trichy

K. Gopalakrishnan – II M.A. Tamil

26.

Tamil Elocution

EVR College, Trichy – 23.09.08

K. Gopalakrishnan – II M.A. Tamil

27.

Tamil Elocution

District Central Co.Op Bank – 22.11.08

K. Gopalakrishnan – II M.A. Tamil

28.

Tamil Elocution

Imayam Arts & Science College, Thuraiyur – 26.01.09

K. Gopalakrishnan – II M.A. Tamil

29.

Tamil Elocution

MIET College – 17.02.09

K. Gopalakrishnan – II M.A. Tamil

30.

Tamil Elocution

Madurai Yadava College

K. Gopalakrishnan – II M.A. Tamil

31.

Drawing

Tamil Nadu Ezuthakar, Murpokku Sangam, Kalaiarangam, Trichy

M. Rajkumar, I B.Com ‘B’

32.

Drawing

Indian Medical Assoction, Trichy

M. Rajkumar, I B.Com ‘B’

33.

Drawing

EVR College, Consumer Club, Trichy

M. Rajkumar, I B.Com ‘B’

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34.

Body Art

Madurai Yadava College

M. Rajkumar, I B.Com ‘B’

35.

Picture, Quiz, Skit, Semmozhi Selvan Group Song, Folk Dance

Inter Collegiate mega meet Rotary Club, Tricy Fort, Hotel Sangam

16 Students

36.

Tamil Elocution

Thanjavur Tamil University

S.Karuthan, I M.A. Tamil

37.

Western Dance, Quiz, Poetry, and many events

Festember, NIT, Trichy

24 Students

38.

Inter Collegiate Competion

Smt. Indira Gandhi College, Trichy-2

6 Students

39.

Anurasam, Tamil Eassay Writing competition

Anurasam, Chennai – 17

22 Students

40.

Tamil University Events

Tamil Valarchithurai, Bishop Heber College, Trichy

K. Gopala Krishnan II M.A. Tamil

41.

Tamil Elocution

T.N.Forest Dept. (P.H) Gr.F Bishop Heber College, Trichy

Chandrasekar, II B.A. History

42.

Tamil Elocution

Erode

Dr.S.Neelagandan, Lecturer Dept.of Tamil

43.

Tamil Elocution

16th Annual InterCollegiate oratorical competition Cauvery College for Women, Trichy

K.Gopalakrishnan, II M.A. Tamil

44.

Poem, Musical Instrument

Muththamil vizha

P. Surendran, II B.Sc. (C.S)

Smt. Indira Gandhi College, Trichy-2

Dardia Gladies II M.Com

Oratorical

M. Saravanan I BCA K. Bharathi, I B.Sc. Phy R.Selvaraj, II M.A. English

45.

Tamil Elocution Essay Writing

46.

Tamil Literater Competition

Trichy District Police Dept.

P.Nithya, II B.A. Tamil

Sri Rama Krishna Vidhayala, Coimbatore 20

40 Students

115

N. Selvakumari, I B.Com

47.

Quiz & Elocution Competitions

48.

Many Events

49.

Elocution Writing

&

Drawing

Essay

Wildlife week celebrations, Bishop Heber College, Trichy

6 Students

BDU FEST, Bharathidasan University

28 Students

Trichy Consumer Association, EVR College, Trichy

Gopalakrishnan, II M.A. Tamil S.Karuthan, I M.A. Tamil Bharathi II B.A. Tamil Manikandan, II B.A. Eco. Ravikumar, I B.Com

50.

51.

Poetry

Inter Collegiate Drawing

Competition

Tamil Nadu Science Association AKKV Arunadu Metric Hr.Sec. School

A.Abdulhuq, II B.A. Tamil

Madurai Yadava College

S.Karuthan, II M.A. Tamil

P. Rajendran, III B.Com

M.Rajkumar, I B.Com Manikandan, III B.A. Eco. A. Abdulhuq, III B.A. Tamil

52.

Flok Dance

St.I G. College, Trichy

12 Students

53

Various disciplines of Fine Arts

AVVM Sri Pushpam College, Poondi

10 Students

54.

Hand Writing, Drawing

Tamil Association, Chennai

14 Students

55.

Vocal- Solo

Trichy-Tamil Isai Sangam, K.A.P. Viswanadhan Hr.Sec. School

Dardia Gladis II M.Com

Women Studies Bard, Universities, Trichy

14 Students

56.

Poem,

Essay,

Elocution, Drawing, Dance, Skit, Poem

116

Manikandan, II M.A. Tamil

Annexure – IV List of members of Staff who were awarded with cash incentives for publishing Research papers / Books S.No

Name

Papers Presented

Designation

Department

1.

Prof.M.N.Abubacker

2 Papers

Reader & Head

Botany

2.

Prof.E.Natarajan

1 Paper

Lecturer

Botany

3.

Prof.A.Amathussalam

1 Paper

Lecturer (SS)

Chemistry

4.

Dr.S.Ramanath

1 Paper

Reader

Commerce

5.

Dr.S.V.Srinivasa Vallabhan

1 Paper

Reader

Commerce

6.

Ms.N.Renganayaki

2 Papers

Lecturer

Economics

7.

Sri.K.Elango

1 Paper

Lecturer (SG)

Economics

8.

Sri.A.Vijayasankar

3 Papers

Lecturer

Mathematics

9.

Dr.M.A. Gopalan

4 Papers

Reader

Mathematics

10. Ms.Manju Somanath

2 Papers

Lecturer

Mathematics

11. Sri.P.Shanmuganandham

3 Papers

Lecturer (SS)

Mathematics

12. Dr.T.V.Sundar

1 Paper

Lecturer (SS)

Physics

13. Dr.R.Ramasamy

7 Papers

Lecturer

Physics

14. Prof.S.Muruganantham

2 Papers

Lecturer

Physics

15. Prof.B.S.Srikanth

1 Paper

Lecturer

Physics

16. Prof.V.Hariharakrishnan

1 Paper

Lecturer

Physics

17. Dr.V.M.Ananthanarayanan

1 Paper

Reader

Sanskrit

18. Dr.K.Uma

1 Paper

Reader

Zoology

19. Sri.P.Raghavan

4 Papers

Librarian

Library

20. Ms.S.Maheswari

2 Papers

Physical Director

Physical Education

21. Sri.B.Swaminathan

2 Papers

Physical Director

Physical Education

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