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The following six printed books are available for sale to Organisations, Schools, Colleges, Libraries etc.  They may contact M. Venkataraman at email: venkalp74@gmail.com.

1. Service Matters in Central Government Jobs

Service matters in Government cover a wide area and each area consists of a number of rules, innumerable orders, court judgements, instructions, clarifications etc. Further, the words used in government rules, regulations, instructions etc are complex and lengthy. 

The aim of this book is to give at one place a very brief and simple account of some of these service matters in an introductory way for the benefit of the new entrants, the prospective entrants and also the existing employees.

2. Employment Opportunities in Central Government

An attempt has been made in this book to bring together some of the job opportunities in the Government of India. The various types of recruitment conducted by the Army, the Navy and the Air Force have been compiled based on the information available through their advertisements and their websites. Similarly, the Scheme and Syllabus of the various examinations being conducted by the Union Public Service Commission and the Staff Selection Commission have also been compiled

3. An Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights

 

Intellectual Property is a subject of recent origin. We own houses, jewels, shares, money in the form of cash etc. These are the things we know as 'Properties'. These are tangible assets.

'Intellectual Property', on the other hand, refers to the ownership of intangible and non-physical goods. It results from the expression of an idea. It is the property of your mind or a proprietary knowledge. Since it is the property of your mind, the moment it is divulged, the benefits arising from these ideas can be enjoyed by others.

The concept of Intellectual property, therefore, provides that certain products of human intellect should be given the same protective rights that apply to physical properties. This is known as Intellectual Property Rights. It includes Copyright, Related Rights, Patents, Trademarks, Industrial Design and Geographical Indications.

This book gives a brief outline as to what are the various facets of Intellectual Property and how to protect them from possible exploitation.

4. A Brief Insight on Copyrighti in India

Intellectual Property is a subject of recent origin. It refers to the ownership of intangible and non-physical goods. It results from the expression of an idea. It is the property of the mind or a proprietary knowledge.

The concept of intellectual property provides that certain products of human intellect should be given the same protective rights that apply to physical properties. This right is the ‘Intellectual Property Right’. Copyright is one of the subject matters of Intellectual Property Rights.

Copyright is an exclusive right given by law for a certain number of years to an author, composer etc to print, publish and sell copies of his original work. It can be defined as the legal right to be the only one to reproduce, publish, and sell a book, musical recording, etc, for a certain period of time.

 

This book deals rather extensively on the subject of copyright in India along with case laws.

5. Yathni's Travel to Kailash

The book is a story based on Hindu mythology. The principal character is ‘Yathni’.

 

Yathni is a little girl studying in Fifth Standard. She is a devotee of Lord Ganesha. Pleased with her devotion, Ganesha takes her on an excursion to Kailash, the abode of Lord Shiva.

How was this excursion, what were the things which Yathni saw on the way and what were the things which she learnt? You can find out these and a lot more from her unique travel to Kailash.

6. A Little Girl Visits Kailash

 

This book is for young kids. This is a pictorial representation of my earlier book titled ‘Yathni’s Travel to Kailash’. 

Yathni's Travel to Kailash' is a beautiful story. There are two main characters in that story. One of them is Yathni, a little girl studying in Fifth Grade. The other one is Ganesha, the cute little god of Hinduism. Yathni is an ardent devotee of Ganesha. Pleased with her devotion, Ganesha takes Yathni on an excursion to Kailash, the abode of Lord Shiva. How was this excursion, what were the things which Yathni saw on the way and what were the things which she learnt? These are dealt with in ‘Yathni’s Travel to Kailash’.

This book titled 'A Little Girl visits Kailash' has been prepared with the intention that the message contained in 'Yathni's Travel to Kailash' should also be conveyed to young kids.

 

So, it is given in the form of pictorial representation of the main book. Young kids will definitely enjoy this book.

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