2015-16

Publications 2015 – 16

Bijalwan, A. and Dobriyal, M. 2015, Agroforestry and Horticulture: An Employable and Eco-Friendly Option. Int. J. Curr. Res. Biosci. Plant Biol. 2015, 2(8): 81-86

Bijalwan, A. and Dobriyal, M. 2016. Geometry, distribution and regeneration pattern of Trees in Agroforestry systems along Altitude and Aspects in the Upper Yamuna region of Uttarakhand Himalaya, India. Applied Ecology and Environmental Sciences, 4 (1):15-25.

Bijalwan, A., Upadhyay, A.P. and Dobriyal, M. 2015. Tree-crop Combinations, Biomass and Carbon Estimation in Conventional
Agrisilviculture (Agroforestry) System along Altitude and Aspects in the Hills of Uttarakhand Himalaya, India. Int. J. Curr. Res. Biosci. Plant Biol., 2(6): 214-217.

Bini Samal and Omprakash Madguni, 2015, Interaction of Household Waste with Municipal Solid Waste: Study of Open Dumpsites. Octa Journal of Environmental Research, ISSN 2321 3655; Vol. 3(2): 129-135 Apr. – Jun., 2015

Dharmendra Singh, Manish Mishra & A. S. Yadav. (2105). Standardizing the methods for breaking seed dormancy to enhance germination
of Gloriosa superba seeds. Expert Opinion on Environmental Biology, 2015, 4(3), 1-3.

Dharmendra Singh, Manish Mishra & A. S. Yadav. (2105). Standardizing the methods for breaking seed dormancy to enhance germination
of Gloriosa superba seeds. Expert Opinion on Environmental Biology, 2015, 4(3), 1-3.

Gadgil, M.; Rathore, C.S. (2015): Current status and management of scientific information relating to Indian environment, Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy. 81(5); 2015; 1087-1112.

http://insa.nic.in/writereaddata/UpLoadedFiles/PINSA/Vol81_2015_5_Art13.pdf

Kala, C.P. (2015) Change in religious practices and concerns for nature conservation. Indian Journal of Environmental Protection, 35 (11): 958-962.

Kala, C.P. (2015) Forest structure and anthropogenic pressures in the Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve of India. Journal of Forestry Research, 26 (4): 867-874.

Kala, C.P. (2015) Medicinal and aromatic plants: Boon for enterprise development. Journal of Applied Research on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, 2 (4): 134-139.

Kala, C.P. (2015) Medicinal Plants in Active Trade at Haridwar City of Uttarakhand State in India. Medicinal & Aromatic Plants, 4 (4): 1-3.

Kala, C.P. (2015) Traditional Farming System of Gond and Other Communities in the Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve of India. Applied
Ecology and Environmental Sciences, 3 (5): 140-145.

Kala, C.P. (2016) Medicinal plants used for gastrointestinal diseases in Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. Australian Journal of Herbal Medicine, 28 (1): 15-21.

Khan MTR and Omprakash M.D, 2015, Adaptation Through Watershed Management in the Changing Climate. Global NEST Journal, Vol 18, No
1, pp 11-24, 2016

Khare, S. & Upadhyay, B.K. (2015). Effects of Stress on Absenteeism among Forestry Staff. Indian Journal of Social Sciences and
Organisational Behaviour, 4 (2), 1-8.

Krishnakumar K N, Upadhayay A P, (2016) An Assessment of Public Private Partnership Extension Approaches and Scope for ICT Platform
in ATMA, Book Chapter.

Kumar, D., Bijalwan, A., Dobriyal, M. and Kalra, A. 2015. Response fgrowth hormone IBA on Morphological attributes of Patchouli cuttings. Int. J. of Usuf. Mngt., 16 (2): 22-31.

Md. Irshad Ali & Manmohan Yadav, 2015. A Study of Consumer Perception of Herbal Products in Bhopal (with Special Reference to
Vindhya Herbal Products), International Journal of Management Studies, Vol.II, Issue-1, June 2015. (ISSN 2249-0302 ISSN (Online) 2231-2528.

Mishra, M. (2016). Adulteration in commercially important raw medicinal plants of vidarbha region of Maharashtra: awareness among
consumers and changing behavior of end users. Indian Journal of Social Research. Vol. 57 (1): (Jan.-Feb-2016)159-168.

Mishra, M. and D Debnath (2016).Role of traditional healers in improving health status of Baiga: An analysis. In Primitive Tribes
(PVTGs) of Central India Then and Now. Ed. SN Chaudhary. Concept publishing company Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.PP:301-312.

Mishra, M. and D Debnath (2016).Role of traditional healers in improving health status of Baiga: An analysis. In Primitive Tribes
(PVTGs) of Central India Then and Now. Ed. SN Chaudhary. Concept publishing company Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.PP:301-312.

Mishra, M. and D Debnath (2016).Role of tribal women in value addition of raw medicinal plants using indigenous techniques and it impact on their livelihood: a case of Dindori district of Madhya Pradesh. In Gender and Livelihood Ed. By Asha Shukal & Jaya Phookan. Serials
Publications Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.PP: 144-163.

Mishra, M. and D Debnath (2016).Role of tribal women in value addition of raw medicinal plants using indigenous techniques and it impact on their livelihood: a case of Dindori district of Madhya Pradesh. In Gender and Livelihood Ed. By Asha Shukal & Jaya Phookan. Serials
Publications Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.PP: 144-163.

Mishra, M. and Mukta Shrivastava. (2015). Trade of minor forest products in the rural markets of central India. Biological Forum –An
International Journal. Vol.7(2): 516-521.M

Nidhi Sharma & Parul Rishi (2015). The Effect of Retirement on Lifestyle, Well-Being and Ability to cope in Indian Army. Journal of Organizations & Human Behaviour, Vol. 4 Issue 1, pp 28-36

Parul Rishi & Suchitra Pandey (2016). Promotion of Ethical Behaviour through Management of Bad Apples. Journal of Organizations and
Human Behaviour, Vol.5 (1).

Singh , S. P., Khanna, Asha., Gautam, Ashok and Rajendra Singh Raghu 2015 ” Financial Feasibility Study of Community Based
Ecotourism Spots in Odisha” International Journal of Rural Development and Management Studies- pp 21-54; Vol 9: No. 1, June 2015, International Science Press Gurgaon –Haryana

Singh, P and Singhal, R. (2015). Emotional intelligence and customer satisfaction in Indian Banks. The Indian Journal of Industrial
Relations, 51 (1) 70-80.

Singh, S. R. & Upadhyay, B.K. (2015). Exploring the Relationship between HRM Practices and Performance in BPO’s. Indian Journal of
Social Sciences and Organisational Behaviour, 4 (2), 41-49.

Singh, S.P., Singh, A.K. 2015. Inclusive Rural Development in India : Emerging Issues, approaches and Strategies – eds. Volume -3 Ashwin -Anoka Press Publication New Delhi. , ISBN 978-81-904750-9-9

Singh.P. and Singhal, R. (2016). Toward developing of framework of work- like balance among dual -career women. IIMS, Journal of
Management Science, 7 (1), 76-86

Singhal, R. & Pandey, A. (2015). Integrating indigenous knowledge in forest management for improved forest governance. In proceeding of XIV World Forestry Congress, Durban, South Africa.

Singhal, R. (2016). Not for profit organizations. In RC Tripathi & Rohit Dwivedi (Eds.) (pp 493-518) Organizational Studies in India. Hyderabad: Orient Black Swan.

Sinha, B. and Mishra, S. 2015. Ecosystem services valuation for enhancing conservation and livelihoods in a Sacred Landscape of the
Indian Himalayas, International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services & Management, 11 (2), 156-67.

Sinha, B., Jha, S.K., Khare, A.K. 2015. Assessing the Potential of Incentive based Plantation Involving People’s Participation. Indian Forester, 141 (4): 439-47.

Sushant and Singhal, R. (2015). A review of organizational effectiveness in NGOs. Prabandhan: Indian Journal of Management, 8(6) 7-16

Tambe, S., Subba, A. B., Basi, J., Pradhan, S., & Rai, B. B. (2016). Measuring the effectiveness of social audits: experiences from Sikkim, India. Development in Practice, 26(2), 184-192.

Umrao, R., Chauhan, D.K. and Bijalwan, A. 2016. Effect of NPK Levels in Combination with Rhizobium and PSB Culture on Growth and Yield of Green gram (Vigna radiata L. Wilczek) under Subabul (Leucaena leucocephala) based Agroforestry Systems. Int. J. Curr. Res. Biosci. Plant Biol. 2016, 3(2): 54-57

Upadhayay A.P, Krishnakumar K N, (2016) A Critical Review of Application and Scope of ICT Based Platforms in Agro Advisory and
Commodity Trading Services. International Research Journal of Human Resources and Social Sciences, ISSN: 2349-4085, Vol. 3, Issue 1, (January , 2016) , pp. 50-62.

Yadava, RN and Sinha. B. 2015. Scoring Sustainability Reports Using GRI 2011 Guidelines for Assessing Environmental, Economic, and Social Dimensions of Leading Public and Private Indian Companies, Journal of Business Ethics. ( http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10551-
015-2597-1 )