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Chapters Contributed

Bijalwan, A. 2013. Agrotechnology and Utilization of Rose Scented Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens L) in India. In: Plant Biodiversity Utilization and Biotechnology. Arvind Bijalwan and Chandra Prakash Kala (eds.) pp. 45-53. Aavishkar Publishers, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.

Bijalwan, A. 2013. Agroforestry in Garhwal Himalaya, India in: Forest Biodiversity: Conservation and Management. Arvind Bijalwan and Chandra Prakash Kala (eds.) pp. 28-51. Pointer publisher, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.

Singh, S. and Bijalwan, A. 2013. Phytoremediation: An Approach for Environmentlal Friendly Technology. In: Plant Biodiversity Utilization and Biotechnology. Arvind Bijalwan and Chandra Prakash Kala (eds.) pp. 140-146. Aavishkar Publishers, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.

Debnath D. 2013. Tribal Situation in Madhya Pradesh with Special Emphasis on Three Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups “in the book Tribal People in Central India Edited by Dr.B.M. Mukherjee and Dr. Farhad Mollick:by KK Publications, New Delhi.

Debnath,D. 2014. Bio-sphere Reserve Management in Similipal Biosphere of Orissa: Some Emerging Issues” in the book “Biodiversity Conservation in India: Management Practices, Livelihood Concerns and Future Options edited by Bidhan Kanti Das and Ajit Banerjee, by Cocept Publishing Compant (P) Ltd., New Delhi

Debnath, D. 2014, “Ecological Traditions of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh” in book “Ecological Traditions of India, Vol IX, Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh”, edited by Nanditha Krishna, Published by C.P.R. Environmental Education Centre, Chennai

Bansal, A.K., Verma, M., Kumar, R., Mehra, S. and Batra, P. 2012. REDD+ Manual for Practitioners, IIFM, Bhopal, November.

Bijalwan, A. 2013. Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies of climate Change for sustainable Agriculture In: Biodiversity, Communities and Climate Change. Chandra Prakash kala and Chandra Shekhar Silori (eds.) pp. 283-297. TERI Press, New Delhi, India.

Debnath, D. 2013. Tribal Identities and Development of Sahariya; Effects of Globalization and Identification of Constraints in the Development Process. In: Chaudhary, S.N. (Ed.), Globalization, National Development and Tribal Identity, Rawat Publication, Jaipur, p 192-211.

Debnath D. 2012. Tribal Health and Nutrition: Socio-ecological Issues and Ways Ahead in Contemporary Participatory Process of Natural Resource Management in the book ‘Tribal Health and Nutrition” edited by S.N. Chaudhary, Rawat Publications, Jaipur.

Debnath D. 2012. Sacred Groves: The Treasure of Indigenous Knowledge for Social and Environmental Sustainability.In: Borbora, Joyanto and Srivastava, Vinay Kumar (Eds.), Contemporary Society, DVS Publishers, Guwahati.

Debnath D. 2012. Tribal Education in Madhya Pradesh :Identification of Problems and Some Resolutions. In: Chaudhary, S.N., 2012 (Ed.), Tribal Education: Implications for Development, Conept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi.

Debnath, D. 2012. Bhowmick’s Thoughts and Action in the World of Development. In: Talwar, Indu, 2012 (Ed.), Anthropology and Society: Issues and Applications, Northern Book Centre, New Delhi, pp 33-42.

Kala, C.P. 2013. Climate change and challenges of biodiversity conservation. In: C.P. Kala and C.S. Silori (Eds.),Biodiversity, Communities and Climate Change. The Energy and Resources Institute, New Delhi, pp 259-269.

Kala, C.P. 2013. Indigenous knowledge, use of NTFPs and biodiversity conservation in Uttarakhand. In: C.P. Kala and C.S. Silori (Eds.), Biodiversity, Communities and Climate Change. The Energy and Resources Institute, New Delhi, pp 245-255.

Kala, C.P. 2013. Population and management of medicinal plants in Chhattisgarh. In: C.P. Kala and C.S. Silori (Eds.),Biodiversity, Communities and Climate Change. The Energy and Resources Institute, New Delhi, pp 37-49.

Kala, C.P. and Farooquee, N.A. 2013. Sustainable utilization and management of timur by communities in Uttarakhand.In: C.P. Kala and C.S. Silori (Eds.), Biodiversity, Communities and Climate Change. The Energy and Resources Institute, New Delhi, pp 211-226.

Kala, C.P. and Majila, B.S. 2013. Status of forest and wildlife in the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary In: C.P. Kala and C.S. Silori (Eds.), Biodiversity, Communities and Climate Change. The Energy and Resources Institute, New Delhi, pp 25-35.

Krishnakumar, K.N. and Yadav, G. 2013. Role of Natural Resource Management in Livelihood with Special reference to Non-Timber Forest Products, Book Chapter in: ‘Extension Management in the Information Age: Initiatives and Impacts’, New India Publishing Agency, New Delhi.

Mishra, M and Kotwal, P.C. 2013. Conservation of threatened natural forests of central India. Paper Chapter no.16. In “Ecorestoration and biodiversity conservation” Ed. By Dr. G.P Mishra and A Gupta. Publ. by Aavishkar publishers, Distributors, Jaipur, Rajasthan. PP: 221-241.

Mishra, M. 2012. Raw material quality and market awareness of medicinal plants and changing behavior of consumers. Book chapter In Globalization and consumerism Issues and challenges Ed. By Ganesan,G. and Sumathy, M. Publ. by Regal Publications, New Delhi. PP: 197-205.

Mishra, M. 2011. Conservation of Biodiversity in the Natural Forests of Central India: A Case of Few Critically Endangered Medicinal Species of Mandla and Bhopal Region. Book chapter in Biological Diversity and its Conservation. Ed: Dr. Dushyant Kumar Sharma and Dr. R.P. Singh. 1st ed. Delhi, Daya Publishing House. New Delhi.pp:93-110.

Mudaliar, R. and Rishi, P. 2012. Psychological Perspective to Climate Stress in Coastal India. In: Jürgen Scheffran, Michael Brzoska, Hans Günter Brauch, Peter Michael Link, Janpeter Schilling (Eds.): Climate Change, Human Security And Violent Conflict – Challenges For Societal Stability: Hamburg: Springer.

Patil, A. 2011. Non-destructive harvesting as an approach for sustainability of NTFP resources & augmenting forest based livelihood: A Case Study of Dhamtari. In: Forests and Livelihood (2011: IIFM, Bhopal) – Proceedings of National Workshop held at IIFM on July, 2011. (Case study based on the abstract & power point presentation prepared by Dr. A.K. Pandey, TFRI, Jabalpur).

Patil, A. 2011. Sabai Ghas: Jagaye Nayi Aas. In: Forests and Livelihood (2011: IIFM, Bhopal) – Proceedings of National Workshop held at IIFM on July, 2011. (Case study based on the film with the same title produced by Dr Rekha Singhal with financial grant from NAEB, MoEF, GoI).

Patil, A. and Khare, A. 2011. NTFP Management. In: Forests and Livelihood (2011: IIFM, Bhopal) – Proceedings of National Workshop held at IIFM on July, 2011.

Rishi, Parul and Moghe, Swati. 2012. Corporate Social Responsibility in India: Greening the Business” In: RK Arora (Eds.) Ethical Governance in Business and Government. Akshat Publications, Jaipur.

Sarma, U.K. 2012. Unit 2: Culture-Environment Relationships. In Block II- Theoretical and Methodological Issues of Environmental Anthropology (Environmental Anthropology, Masters Programme). New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU).

Sarma, U.K. 2012. Unit 2: Economic Organisations. In Block VI- Economic and Political Organisation (Comparative Ethnography, Masters Programme). New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU).

Singh, S.P and Singh, A.K. 2013. Prevailing Status of Girl Child Rights in Rural Areas: A study of Gwalior Region of Madhya Pradesh. In: Singh, A.P. and Singh A.K. (Eds.), Care and Protection of Girl Children in India: Status, Emerging Issues, Challenges and Way Forward, Chapter 4, PP 215-226, in Association with Ananya Institute for Development Research and Social Action, Lucknow, India. Bal Bikas Prakashan Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.

Singh, S.P. 2012. Women Empowerment through Agricultural Resources and Livestock Resource Management: A Study in Tribal Districts of Madhya Pradesh. In: Krishnamurthy, G.R., Chandrashekhar V. Murumkar, M.A. Lahori, 2012. Role of Women in Agriculture Development: Perspectives and Challenges, Section-II Dimensions, Chapter 5, pp 228-254, Pub. Anekant Institute of Management (AIMS) Baramati, Pune Dist, Maharashtra.

Singh, S.P. 2013. Economic Empowerment of women Through SHGs: A study of Jhabua District of M.P. In: Singh, S.K., Suguna K. Reddy R.V.M. 2013. Women Entrepreneurship: Emerging Issues, Challenges & Strategies, Chapter 13, pp 275-292 in Association with Chadalawada Ramanamma Engineering College, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, Serials Publication, New Delhi.

Singh, S.P., Patil, A.K. and Khanna, A. 2013. Role of Information and Communication Technology in Sustainable Urban Disaster Management in Bhopal City. In: Mishra, Ajnuli and Singh, Awadesh Kumar (Eds.), Volume II: New Dimensions of Disaster Management in India, Chapter 34, pp 688-705, Serials Publications, New Delhi.

Biswas, P.K. and Misra, D. 2012. Rural banking: unexplored horizons. In: Singh, A.K., Singh, S.P., Koubek, N. and Shukla, O.P. (Eds.), Micro financing and women empowerment: emerging perspective, issues and strategies. Vol. I, 2012. New Royal Book Company, Lucknow, pp. 169-178.

Dubey, J. 2012. Incomplete product disclosure and poor customer complaint handling: a lethal combination at ABC Cellular Ltd. In: Srabanti. Consumer behavior, Cengage Learning India Pvt. Ltd.

Goswami, N., Singh, R.B. and Kala, C.P. 2012. Herbal home remedies and role of traditional healers as health care providers. In: Pati, R.N. (Ed.), Sustainable use of medicinal plants. Abhijeet Publications, New Delhi, pp 197-210.

Kala, C.P. 2011. Use of medicinal plants for curing urogenital disorders. In: Kala, C.P. (Ed.), Medicinal plants and sustainable development. Nova Science Publishers, New York, USA, pp 219-223.

Kala, C.P. 2011. Sustainable development of medicinal plants and livelihood opportunities. In: Kala, C.P. (Ed.), Medicinal plants and sustainable development. Nova Science Publishers, New York, USA, pp 245-254.

Khanna, A. 2012. Women empowerment through information and communication technology (I.C.T). In: Singh, A.K., Singh, S.P., Koubek, Norbert and O.P. Shukla (Eds.), Micro financing and women empowerment: emerging prospective, issues and strategies. Volume-I, pp- 508 and Volume – II, pp- 509-975. Published by New Royal Book Company, Lucknow, India, Chapter- 6.8, pp- 739-742.

Mishra, M. 2012. Raw material quality and market awareness of medicinal plants and changing behavior of consumers.In: Ganesan, G. and Sumathy, M. (Eds.), Globalization and consumerism issues and challenges. Published by Regal Publications, New Delhi. pp: 197-205.

Omprakash, M.D. and Koul, D.N. 2012. Impact of micro finance initiative under watershed programme on rural women: a study of Ratlam district in Madhya Pradesh. In: Singh, A.K., Singh, S.P., Koubek, N. and Shukla, O.P. (Eds.), Micro financing and women empowerment: emerging perspective, issues and strategies. Vol. II, 2012. New Royal Book Company, Lucknow, pp. 959-975. ISBN: 978-93-80685-31-1.

Pandey, A. 2011. Importance of village for collective action: a critical analysis of natural resource development programmes in India. In: Majumdar, B. and B.N. Tiwari (Eds.), Rethinking villages. Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd. pp. 27-39.

Phondni, P.C., Maikhuri, R.K., Negi, C.S., Kala, C.P., Rawat, M.S. and N.S. Bisht. 2011. Indigenous knowledge of medicinal plants among rural communities of Dhutatoli forest range in Pauri district, Uttarakhand, India. In: Kala, C.P. (Ed.), Medicinal plants and sustainable development. Nova Science Publishers, New York, USA, pp 209-217.

Ray, K.K. 2012. Positioning Indian micro finance institutions in the capital market: some issues. In: Singh, A.K., Singh, S.P., Koubek, N. and Shukla, O.P. (Eds.), Micro financing and women empowerment – emerging perspective, issues and strategies. Edited Book published by New Royal Book Company (Publisher of academic books), Lucknow, pp. 286-300.

Sarma, U.K. 2011. Unit 3: Production, exchange, distribution and utilization. In: Block VII- Economic and political organization (Social anthropology, Masters programme), New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU).

Singh, S.P. and Devadevan, V. 2012. Role of information technology in women empowerment and micro finance: a conceptual framework. In: Singh, A.K., Singh, S.P., Koubek, N. and Shukla, O.P. (Eds.), Micro financing and women empowerment: emerging prospective, issues and strategies. Volume-I, pp- 508 and Volume – II, pp- 509-975. New Royal Book Company, Lucknow, India, Chapter- 6.19, P 847-858.

Singh, S.P. 2011. Impact of JFM on poverty alleviation and comparative study of jhabua and Mandla district of M.P. In:Shukla, O.P. (Ed.), Emerging issues in Indian economy. Saraswati House, Academic Excellence, New Delhi, Chapter-7, pp. 118-148.

Singh, S.P. and Krishnakumar, K.N. 2011. Empowering adolescent girls: a study of Jhabua district of M.P. In: Singh, A.K., Pandey, S.P. and Singh, A.P., (Eds.), Empowerment of adolescent girls in India: perspective, issues and approaches, Chapter-3, pp. 99-135. Serials Publication, New Delhi.

Singh, S.P. and Biswas, P.K. 2012. Raising economic status of women in Gwalior region: An initiative of Vama’s microfinance. In: Singh, A.K., Singh, S.P., Koubek, Nobert and O.P. Shukla (Eds.), Micro financing and women empowerment: emerging perspective, issues and strategies. Vol. II, 2012. New Royal Book Company, Lucknow, pp. 861-871.

Singhal, R. and Misra, G. 2011. Action research methods in psychology. In: Misra, G. (Ed.), Handbook of psychology in India. Oxford University Press, New Delhi, pg. 111-126.

Upadhyay, B.K. 2012. Lifestyle, Wellbeing and depression: a comparative study between male and female undergraduate students. In: Ojha, S. and S. Pandey (Eds.), Positive psychology: emerging trends. Shree Publishers, New Delhi (In Press).

Bharadwaj, R. and P. Bhattacharya, 2008. Emerging Opportunities for Diversifying JFM through linking watershed program in Madhya Pradesh In (Ed.) Bhattacharya, P., A.K. Kandya, K.N. Krishnakumar. Joint Forest Management in India Volume-II, Avishkar Publisher, Distributors, Jaipur, India P. 571-590.

Bhattacharya, P. et.al., 2008. JFM at Crossroads: Future Strategy and Action Programme for Institutionalizing Community Forestry, In (Ed.) Bhattacharya P., A.K. Kandya, K.N. Krishnakumar. Joint Forest Management in India Volume-1, Avishkar Publisher, Distributors, Jaipur, India, P. 3-31.

Debnath, D. et.al., 2008. JFM at Crossroad: Future Strategy and Action Programme for Institutionalizing Community Forestry In (Ed.) Bhattacharya P., A.K. Kandya, K.N. Krishnakumar. Joint Forest Management in India Volume-1, Avishkar Publisher, Distributors, Jaipur, India.

Debnath, D., 2008. Joint Forest Management over a Decade and Beyond in Madhya Pradesh – A Case study on Livelihood Interventions and Assessment of Attitudes in Harda Division” In (Ed.) Bhattacharya P., A.K. Kandya, K.N. Krishnakumar. Joint Forest Management in India Volume-1, Avishkar Publisher, Distributors, Jaipur, India.

Debnath, D. Role of Social Anthropology in Forest Management. In Anthropology in Human Welfare, (Ed.) A.N. Sharma, Sarup and Sons, New Delhi, 2007.

Deshmukh, H, and P. Bhattacharya, 2008. Community Forestry in Sikkim Himalaya. In Bhattacharya P., A.K. Kandya, K.N. Krishnakumar (Ed.). Joint Forest Management in India Volume-II, Avishkar Publisher, Distributors, Jaipur, India, P. 629-647.

Kanwar, M. Ripu and P. Bhattacharya, 2008. Community Forestry and Livelihood in Makawanpur district, Nepal. In Bhattacharya P., A.K. Kandya, K.N. Krishnakumar (Ed.). Joint Forest Management in India Volume-I, Avishkar Publisher, Distributors, Jaipur, India. P. 243-254.

Kotwal, P.C., D. Dugaya and M.D. Omprakash, 2007. Holistic approach for sustainable Forest management involving communities: developing C&I framework for S. Seoni Division, M.P. p:109-119. In Joint Forest Management in India. P. Bhattacharya et al. (Ed.). Aviskar Publishers, Distributors, Jaipur, India. ISBN 978-81-7910-243-5 Vol. I.

Krishnakumar, K.N., 2007. Reflections on Communication & Extension Courses for Forest and Natural Resource Management, In Roshan Lal Raina and Pankaj Priya (Ed.). Communication for Management: Teaching and Research in Indian B-Schools, Ess Ess Publications, Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, New Delhi. pp: 155-171.

Parul Rishi, 2007. I Love My Stress: Women Cope with Stress More Confidently than Men, In Managing Organizational Stress edited by C.T. George, Hyderabad: ICFAI University Press (Re-printed from effective executive).

Roy S. and P. Bhattacharya and Roy S. B. 2008. FDA’s Organizational Functioning and its Influence on NAP implementation, In Bhattacharya P. A. K. Kandya, K. N. Krishnakumar edited Joint Forest Management in India Volume-II, Avishkar Publisher, Distributors, Jaipur, India , p. 452-460.

Sharma, J. and P. Bhattacharya 2008. Traditional Knowledge System of land use Practices Dimasa Tribes of North Chachar Hills Distric of Assam, India, In Bhattacharya P. A. K. Kandya, K. N. Krishnakumar edited Joint Forest Management in India Volume-II, Avishkar Publisher, Distributors, Jaipur, India, p. 546-557.

Singh, S.P., 2007. Sustainable Urban Fire Management: A Case Study of Bhopal City. Disaster Management in India – Perspective, Issues and Strategies, Ed. Nishith Rai and A.K. Sing. RCUES, Chapter 12 pp 155-166, New Royal Book Company, Lucknow.

Singh, S.P. and K.N. Krishna Kumar, 2008. A Methodological Framework for Gender Particiaption in Agricultural Resources : A Study of Jhabua District of M.P. In (Ed.) Sinha Ajit 2008, ‘New Dimension of Women Empowerment In India’, Chapter 40, pp. 602- 637, Deep and Deep Publisher, New Delhi

Singh, S.P., M. Mishra, B.R. Phukan, Apurva Mishra, 2007. Economics of Forest Fire Management : A Study of South Betul Forest Division of Madhya Pradesh In (Ed.) Krishnamoorthy G.R., Awadesh Kumar Singh (2007). India in Global Economy – In Association with Ananya Institute of Development & Social Action , Lucknow , Chapter 23, pp. 359-374, Serial Publications, New Delhi.

Singh, S.P., M. Mishra, B.R. Phukan, Apurva Mishra, 2007. Economics of Forest Fire Management, In Disaster Management in India – Perspective, Issues and Strategies, (Ed.) Nishith Rai and A.K.Singh Chapter 11 pp 142-154. New Royal Book Company, Lucknow.

Singh, S.P., M. Mishra, Apurva Mishra, 2007. Sustainable Urban Flood Management: A Case Study of Bhopal City, In Disaster Management in India – Perspective, Issues and Strategies, (Ed.) Nishith Rai and AK Singh, Chapter 17, pp. 213-218. New Royal Book Company, Lucknow.

Verma, M. 2007. Research contributor in book on Valuation of Ecosystem Services & Forest Governance – A scoping study from Uttrakhand Semwal, et.al. (editors & research contributors), 2007, Lead India, New Delhi.

Debnath, D., 2006 Strategies for Promotion of Livelihoods of a Scheduled Caste – A Case of Rural Industrialization in Jagdishpur, Uttar Pradesh. In Dr. P.K. Bhowmick and Dr. A.K. Haldar, (Ed.). Society and Culture in India : Tradition and Modernity. West Bengal : Institute of Social Research and Applied Anthropology.

Debnath, D., 2007 Corporate Social Responsibility in Community Development: Tata Steel. In Dr. Balvinder, Shukla Dr.Sanjeev Prashar and Harvinder Singh (Ed) Management Case Studies. Amity Business School-AU: Excel Books Private Limited.

Rishi, P. & B.K. Upadhyay, 2007 Organisational Stress Auditing. In R. Suri (Ed.).International Encyclopaedia of Organisational Behaviour (pp. 461-497). New Delhi: Pentagon Press

Singh R.D. & S.P. Singh, 2006 Involving and Evolving: Impact on Ecological Sustainability and Related Issues. Silver Jubilee Publication, Selected readings from Wastelands News on Forests, SPWD, New Delhi, India, Vol.(1), PP 07-11

Singh, S.P., M. Manish, B.R. Phukan, A. Mishra, 2007 ‘Economics of Forest Fire Management : A Study of South Betul Forest Division of Madhya Pradesh’ Published in Krishnamoorthy G.R., Awadesh Kumar Singh (2007) INDIA IN GLOBAL ECONOMY – In Association with Ananya Institute of Development & Social Action, Lucknow , Chapter 23 , PP 359-374 , Serial Publications, New Delhi.

Adedipe, N.O., Sridhar, M.K.C., Baker, J. Krogmann, U. and Verma, M., 2005. Chapter 10: Waste management, Processing and Detoxification. In the book Ecosystems and Human Well-being: policy responses: findings of the Responses Working Group of the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. Kanchan Chopra, Rik Leemans, Pushpam Kumarand Henk Simons (Ed.).

Bhattacharya P. 2005. Lesson in sustainable management of biodiversity in JFM areas for the livelihood generation of tribal: A case from dry tropical forests of Madhya Pradesh, India. In Advancing Frontiers of Ecological Researches in India, (Edited by Dr. A.K. Kandya and Asha Gupta) published by Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehradun, lndia. pp 51-75.

Debnath, D. 2005. Role of the Non-timber Forest Products in Traditional Economic System and Cultural Practices of a Primitive Tribal Group The Baiga Case of Mandla district in M.P. In Primitive Tribes in Contemporary India. Dr. Sarit Choudhary and Dr. Sucheta Sen Choudhary (Ed.), Mittal Publications, New Delhi.

Debnath, D. 2006. Anthropology of Tribal Religiosity: A Micro-study in Common Ecological Setting In Explorations in Anthropology. Dr Swapan Paramanick and Dr. Samita Manna (Ed.), Indian Institute of Social Research and Applied Anthropology, Kolkata. pp: 202-210.

Kotwal, P.C. and Horo, N. 2006. The new paradigm for monitoring and assessment of forest resources: Criteria and Indicators for Sustainable Forest Management. In Advancing Frontiers of Ecological Researches in India. 29-50, 2006, (Ed.) A. K. Kandya and Asha Gupta, Published by Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Oehra Oun, India.

Krishnakumar, K.N. 2005. Media (print) coverage and perception in relation to JFM issues, special reference to Harda sent for publication in forthcoming book under DEFID sponsored project on Perception of key stakeholders on JFM Harda .

Mishra, M, Teki, S. and Mishra, R.P. 2006. Tree density, regeneration and impact of harvesting of some selected NTFPs on the natural forests of three districts in Orissa state. In Advancing Frontiers of Ecological Researches in India. AK Kandya and Asha Gupta (Ed.) pp: 77-93. Bishen Singh-M.P Singh, Dehra Dun, lndia.

Phukan B.R. 2005. Beyond joint forest management: Dugli-Jawarra people’s protected area. In In-search of Excellence: Exemplary Forest Management in Asia and l the Pacific (RAP Publication 2005/02), edited by Patrick B. Durst, Chris Brown, Henrylito D. Tacio and Miyuki Ishikawa Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and Regional Community Forestry Training Centre (RECOFTC): Bangkok, pp. 155 166.

Prasad, R., Kotwal, P.C. and Mishra, M. 2006. Review of researches on various aspects of Ecology and Forestry with special reference to Central India. In Advancing Frontiers of Ecological Researches in India, 29-50,2005, A.K. Kandya and Asha Gupta (Ed.), Published by Bishan Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra Dun, India.

Singh, M.K. 2005. Study on International Business of Indian Floriculture Industry with special reference to Domestic Issues. In Debnarayan Sarkar (Ed.) Emerging Issues on Development (pp 224-227) .Centre for Economic Studies, Presidency College, Kolkata.

Verma, M. and Gera, M. 2005. Consultant chapter for National Forest Commission on “Contribution of Forest and wildlife in National Resource Accounting”.

Banerjee, S., Dubey, Y. and Bhattacharya, A. K. 2005. Eco-tourism in Madhya Pradesh. In. A. K. Bhattacharya (Ed.) Eco tourism and livelihoods (152-160) New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company.

Bhattacharya, A. K., Dubey, Y. and Saxena, A. 2005. Eco-tourism potential in Madhya Pradesh. In A. K. Bhattacharya (Ed.) Eco tourism and livelihoods. (pp161-176). New Delhi. Concept Publishing Company.

Bhattacharya, A.K., and Dubey, Y. 2005 Eco-tourism – Livelihood security-Biodiversity conservation integration: A holistic approach. In AK Bhattacharya. (Ed.) Eco tourism and Livelihoods (pp 63-73). New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company.

Bhattacharya, P. 2004 Documentation of JFM initiatives. In K.C. Malhotra, S.K.Barik, B.K.Tiwari, and R.S.Tripathi (eds.) Joint Forest Management in North East India: A Trainers Resource Book. (pp277-283). Shillong: NAEB, North Eastern Hill University.

Bhattacharya, P. 2004. Income generation activities. In K.C. Malhotra, S.K.Barik, B.K.Tiwari, and R.S.Tripathi (eds.) Joint Forest Management in North East India: A Trainers Resource Book. (pp201-214). Shillong: NAEB, North Eastern Hill University.

Bhattacharya, P. 2004. Participatory microplanning. In K.C. Malhotra, S.K.Barik, B.K.Tiwari, and R.S.Tripathi (eds.) Joint Forest Management in North East India: A Trainers Resource Book. (pp153-168). Shillong: NAEB, North Eastern Hill University.

Bhattacharya, P. 2004. Participatory tools and techniques for JFM. In K.C. Malhotra, S.K.Barik, B.K.Tiwari, and R.S.Tripathi (eds.) Joint Forest Management in North East India: A Trainers Resource Book. (pp128-146). Shillong: NAEB, North Eastern Hill University.

Bhattacharya, P. and Palit, S. 2004 Silviculture for joint forest management in K.C. Malhotra, S.K.Barik, B.K.Tiwari, and R.S.Tripathi (eds.) Joint Forest Management in North East India: A Trainers Resource Book. (pp176-197). Shillong: NAEB, North Eastern Hill University.

Biswas, P.K. 2005. Joint forest management for sustainable rural development, in M.C.Behera (Ed.) Globalisation and Rural Development: Understanding New Development Paradigm). (pp88-101). New Delhi: Commonwealth Publishers.

Debnath, D. 2005. Livelihood option for poverty eradication through forest resources: Experiences from undivided Madhya Pradesh. In S.N.Choudhary (Ed.) Human Rights and Poverty in India (pp79-92), New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company.

Pandey, A. and Debnath, D. 2004. NTFP in Economic system of traditional communities: A study from three districts from Madhya Pradesh in KK Mishra (Ed.), Anthropology New Global Order and other essays in Era of Globalisation: Issues and Concerns and Other Essays (pp 163-184). New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company.

Pandey, A., Bholerao, A, and Sharma, B. 2004. Tribal economy and collective management of village common: A case study from drought prone district of Rajasthan in K.K. Mishra (Ed.), Anthropology-New Global Order and other essays in Era of Globalisation: Issues and Concerns and Other Essays (pp 146-162). New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company.

Prasad, R. and Bhattacharya P. 2004. Participatory Silviculture for JFM, in Ed. Bahuguna et al., Root to Canopy: Regenerating Forest through Community-State Partnerships, published by the Commonwealth Forestry Association-India Chapter at MoEF and Winrock International, India, New Delhi, pp. 255-265.

Singhal, R. 2004 Gender and Equity. In K.C. Malhotra, S.K. Barik, B.K.Tiwari, and R.S. Tripathi (eds.) Joint Forest Management in North East India: A Trainers Resource Book. (pp. 169-172). Shilling: NAEB, North Eastern Hill University.

Krishna Kumar, K.N; VLV. Kameswari; Niraj Kumar and Shailendra Kumar.2004. ‘Participatory forest protection and development through Joint Forest Management – A study from Madhya Pradesh in “Management of Natural Resources for Sustainable Livelihood and Poverty Alleviation – Volume II” NIRD, Hyderabad. pp. 555-571.

Verma, Madhu. 2003. ‘Development and harmonisation of framework for Natural Resource Accounting in India – An experience from Forestry and Wetland Ecosystem’, Book on Proceeding of the 4th National Workshop on Environment Statistics organised by CSO, MoSPI, Govt. of India.

Bhattacharya, P. and Mittra, Bhaskar. 2002. Sustainable medicinal plants conservation in the JFM areas: a case from Madhya Pradesh, India, Proceedings of the Regional Workshop Conservation of medicinal and Aromatic Plants in South Asia (Ed. N.Bhattarai & M. Karki) IDRC, Canada, pp. 226-237.

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