Google Scholar Classic Papers

Recently a collection of highly – cited papers in various areas of research has been released by Google Scholar. All these papers that are listed are called as Classic Papers as they have stood the test of time and have more than 10 citations from the year 2006 on wards. The classic papers have been indexed under the following broad categories: Life Sciences and Earth Sciences, Business Economics and Management, Chemical and Material Sciences, Engineering and Computer Science, Humanities Literature and Arts, Health and Medical Sciences, Physics and Mathematics and Social Sciences.

To know more about the Classic Papers one can go through the Google Scholar blog here: https://scholar.googleblog.com/2017/06/classic-papers-articles-that-have-stood.html

To directly go to the Classic Papers articles index click on the link given below or scan the QR code: goo.gl/KHhbX3

 

Google Scholar Classic Papers Index

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Writing that Works by Kenneth Roman and Joel Raphaelson

 

Came across this very  useful reference to the book titled ‘Writing that Works by Kenneth Roman and Joel Raphaelson‘ on the Facebook page of Ogilvy & Mather where David Ogilvy mentions about How to Write in his memo.

Writing that Works

Bibliography:

Title: Writing that Works

Author: Kenneth Roman and Joel Raphaelson

Publisher: Collins Reference

Year: 2000

ISBN: 0060956437, 9780060956431

Description: Writing That Works will help you say what you want to say, with less difficulty and more confidence. Now in its third edition, this completely updated classic has been expanded to included all new advice on e-mail and the e-writing world, plus a fresh point of view on political correctness.
With dozens of examples, many of them new, and useful tips for writing as well as faster on a computer, Writing That Works will show you how to improve anything you write: Presentations that move ideas and action, Memos and letters that get things done. Plans and reports that make things happen, Fund-raising and sales letters that produce results, Resumes and letters that lead to interviews, Speeches that make a point.

This book is very useful to all especially those perusing Visual Communications, Management & Commerce courses.

The above book is available in the library. Contact the Librarian for more details.

 

Statistical Year Book of India, 2016

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The Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, Govt. of India has brought out a Statistical Year Book India, 2016 giving wide range of information regarding the Indian economy made available on the website here:

http://goo.gl/Kn0VeN

Chapters include:

1. INDIA, G-20 and the World, 2. Area and Population
3. National Product and Related Aggregates
4. Balance of Payments, 5. National Finance, 6. Direct and Indirect Tax
7. Five Year Plans, 8. Agriculture, 9. Horticulture
10. Live Stock and Fisheries, 11. Sericulture, 12. Irrigation
13. Information Technology, 14. Industry, 15. Mining
16. Energy, 17. Companies, 18. Trade, 19. Indian Railways
20. Motor Vehicles, 21. Roads, 22. Shipping, 23. Civil Aviation
24. Banks, 25. Insurance, 26. Tourism, 27. Hotels
28. Housing, 29. Education, 30. Health and Family Welfare
31. Post and Telecommunication, 32. Labour and Employment
33. Environment and Forest, 34. Rainfall
35. Rural and Urban Development, 36. Newspapers and Periodicals
37. Crime, 38. Accident, 39. Prices
40. Exchange, Coinage and Currency, 41. Trade Unions
42. Local Bodies, 43. Electoral Statistics
44. Co0perative Societies and 45. Millennium Development Goals

Statistical Year Book India, 2015

The Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, Govt. of India has brought out a Statistical Year Book India, 2015 giving wide range of information regarding the Indian economy made available on the website here:

http://sn.im/indiastats2015

Chapters include:

1. INDIA, G-20 and the World, 2. Area and Population
3. National Product and Related Aggregates
4. Balance of Payments, 5. National Finance, 6. Direct and Indirect Tax
7. Five Year Plans, 8. Agriculture, 9. Horticulture
10. Live Stock and Fisheries, 11. Sericulture, 12. Irrigation
13. Information Technology, 14. Industry, 15. Mining
16. Energy, 17. Companies, 18. Trade, 19. Indian Railways
20. Motor Vehicles, 21. Roads, 22. Shipping, 23. Civil Aviation
24. Banks, 25. Insurance, 26. Tourism, 27. Hotels
28. Housing, 29. Education, 30. Health and Family Welfare
31. Post and Telecommunication, 32. Labour and Employment
33. Environment and Forest, 34. Rainfall
35. Rural and Urban Development, 36. Newspapers and Periodicals
37. Crime, 38. Accident, 39. Prices
40. Exchange, Coinage and Currency, 41. Trade Unions
42. Local Bodies, 43. Electoral Statistics
44. Co0perative Societies and 45. Millennium Development Goals