Saturday, 28 December 2019

Financial Reporting – A Critical Information for Stakeholders

In any industry, whether manufacturing or service, we have multiple departments, which function day in day out to achieve organizational goals. The functioning of these departments may or may not be interdependent, but at the end of the day, they are linked together by one common thread – The accounting and finance department. The accounting and financial aspects of every department are recorded and are reported to various stakeholders. There are two different types of reporting for an organization:

  • Financial Reporting for various stakeholders 
  • Management Reporting for internal management

Both this reporting are important and are an integral part of the Accounting and reporting system of an organization. However, considering the number of stakeholders involved, and statutory and other regulatory requirements, Financial Reporting is an essential and critical task of an organization. It is a vital part of Corporate Governance. Let us discuss various aspects of Financial Reporting in the following paragraphs.

Definition of Financial Modelling

Financial Reporting involves the disclosure of financial information to the various stakeholders about the financial performance and financial position of the organization over a specified period. These stakeholders include – investors, creditors, public, debt providers, governments and government agencies. In the case of listed companies, the frequency of financial reporting is quarterly and annual.
Financial Reporting is usually considered an end product of Accounting. The typical components of financial reporting are:

  • Financial statements – Balance Sheet, Profit & loss account, Cash flow statement and Statement of changes in stock holder’s equity
  • Notes to financial statements
  • Quarterly and annual reports (in case of listed companies)
  • Prospectus (In case of companies going for IPOs)
  • Management discussion and analysis (In the case of public companies)

The Government and the Institute of Chartered Accounts of India (ICAI) have issued various accounting standards and guidance notes which are applied for financial reporting. This ensures uniformity across various diversified industries when they prepare and present their financial statements. 

Objectives of Financial Reporting

According to the International Accounting Standard Board (IASB), the objective of financial reporting is:
 to provide information about the financial position, performance, and changes in the financial position of an enterprise that is useful to a wide range of users in making economic decisions.
The following points sum up the objectives and purposes of financial reporting:

  • Providing information to the management of an organization that is used for planning, analysis, benchmarking and decision making.
  • Providing information to investors, promoters, debt provider and creditors which is used to enable them to make rational and prudent decisions regarding investment, credit, etc.
  • Providing information to shareholders and the public at large in case of listed companies about various aspects of an organization.
  • Providing information about the economic resources of an organization claims to those resources (liabilities and owner’s equity) and how these resources and claims have changed over some time.
  • Providing information as to how an organization is procuring and using various resources.
  • Providing information to various stakeholders regarding performance management of an organization as to how diligently and ethically they are discharging their fiduciary duties and responsibilities.
  • Providing information to the statutory auditors, which in turn facilitates audit.
  • Enhancing social welfare by looking into the interest of employees, trade union and Government.

Importance of Financial Reporting

The importance of financial reporting cannot be overemphasized. Each stakeholder requires it for multiple reasons and purposes. The following points highlight why financial reporting framework is important:

  • The organizations are required to file financial statements to ROC, Government Agencies. In the case of listed companies, quarterly as well as annual results are required to be filed to stock exchanges and published.
  • It facilitates a statutory audit. The Statutory auditors are required to audit the financial statements of an organization to express their opinion.
  • Financial Reports form the backbone for financial planning, analysis, benchmarking and decision making. These are used for the above purposes by various stakeholders.
  • Financial reporting helps organizations to raise capital both domestic as well as overseas.
  • Based on financials, the public in large can analyze the performance of the organization as well as its management.
  • For bidding, labor contracts, government supplies, etc., organizations are required to furnish their financial reports and statements.


So we can conclude from the above points that financial reporting is critical from various stakeholder's points of view. At times for large organizations, it becomes very complicated but the benefits are far more than such complexities. We can say that financial reporting contains reliable and relevant information that is used by multiple stakeholders for various purposes. A sound and robust financial reporting system across industries promotes good competition and also facilitates capital inflows. This, in turn, helps in economic development.

Source Credit

For an insight into the concepts pertaining to financial accounting in the most simplified way, PHI Learning has brought a textbook Corporate Financial Reporting and Analysis by Bhattacharyya. It helps in developing a basic understanding of corporate financial reporting. The book is intended as the first course for the postgraduate students of management for their papers in Financial Reporting and Financial Statement Analysis.


Online Study Guide is available at : 

 It comprises the following:
  • Solutions manual
  • Key ideas and chapter review slides
  • Additional assignments. However, additional assignments are accessible to the students as well.

Wednesday, 25 December 2019

Why Mobile Communication Matters for Company Operations ?

Mobile communication is an increasingly important part of every business. In the United States, over 71% of the population owns a smartphone. Instead of fighting the overwhelming presence of smartphones, businesses should lean into the trend by embracing mobile communication. It’s important to your company’s operations for several reasons.

Why Mobile Communication Matters

The most obvious feature of mobile communication is that communication is improved overall. Instead of being out of the loop, operations employees and the mobile workforce can stay in constant communication thanks to wireless networks and mobile platforms.

Analog forms of business communication like bulletin boards and snail mail can finally become relics of the past. And improved communication is crucial. One study from the Holmes Report suggests that companies lose approximately $26,000 per employee per year due to productivity losses resulting from communications barriers. This is a great reason why mobile communication matters.

Improved Efficiency

Mobile solutions can improve efficiency in a myriad of ways, but it is especially helpful to mobile workers who spend their time on the floor or a job site. Mobile solutions increase operations efficiency by cutting down the need for face-to-face meetings and also create increased opportunities for management to communicate with staff.

Improved Organization

Mobile communication can be used to improve the organization by offering file sharing on the go, document collaboration, and many different apps and software that allow employees to access company info anytime. There are also many additional options, like platforms to track customers and sales or organize tasks and who they are assigned to.

Improved Employee Engagement

The right mobile communication solution can increase employee engagement. From the Holmes Report article, "Best Buy found that higher employee engagement scores led to better store performance.

The company found that for every percentage point it boosted employee engagement, individual stores saw a $100,000 increase in operating income annually.” That’s $100,000 per store! Clearly, the ROI of a good mobile communication system is high.

Improved Productivity

There are several ways mobile communication can increase productivity, including many of the reasons listed above. An additional benefit of mobile communication is improved productivity with a mobile workforce that doesn't work in a cubicle.

With mobile solutions, managers can capture the wisdom of their operations staff and apply it to an entire division or department. The employees in the action are most intimate with the challenges their company faces. An enterprise messaging app allows management to capture this valuable intelligence.

While there are clearly many benefits to mobile communication, it’s important to keep in mind that there is always a security risk when using it. That’s why it is so crucial to choose legitimate and qualified platforms and systems. The right mobile solutions will only help your business by allowing your company to take advantage of all the benefits while minimizing security risks.

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To address the rapid advancements to the area of mobile computing, PHI has brought out e-book and print book Fundamentals of Mobile Computing by Pattanaik and Rajib Mall, It gives an introduction to the World of Mobile Phones.

E-book Features
  1. Searchable Text
  2. Zoom in/Zoom out 
  3. Clickable links
  4. Bookmarking
  5. Highlighting
  6. Note-taking

An e-book is available through, Amazon Kindle, Google Play Books, and Barnes and Noble.

Tuesday, 24 December 2019

Why Study Chemistry ?

Chemistry is the study of matter and energy and the interaction between them. There are many reasons to study chemistry, even if you aren't pursuing a career in science.

Chemistry is everywhere in the world around you! It's in the food you eat, clothes you wear, the water you drink, medicines, air, cleaners... you name it. Chemistry sometimes is called the "central science" because it connects other sciences to each other, such as biology, physics, geology, and environmental science. Here are some of the best reasons to study chemistry.

  1. Chemistry helps you to understand the world around you. Why do leaves change color in the fall? Why are plants green? How is cheese made? What is in soap and how does it clean? These are all questions that can be answered by applying chemistry.
  2. Basic knowledge of chemistry helps you to read and understand product labels.
  3. Chemistry can help you make informed decisions. Will a product work as advertised or is it a scam? If you understand how chemistry works you'll be able to separate reasonable expectations from pure fiction.
  4. Chemistry is at the heart of cooking. If you understand the chemical reactions involved in making baked goods rise or neutralizing acidity or thickening sauces, chances are you'll be a better cook.
  5. A command of chemistry can help keep you safe! You'll know which household chemicals are dangerous to keep together or mix and which can be used safely.
  6. Chemistry teaches useful skills. Because it is a science, learning chemistry means learning how to be objective and how to reason and solve problems.
  7. It helps you to understand current events, including news about petroleum, product recalls pollution, the environment, and technological advances.
  8. Makes life's little mysteries a little less... mysterious. Chemistry explains how things work.
  9. Chemistry opens up career options. There are many careers in chemistry, but even if you're looking for a job in another field, the analytical skills you gained in chemistry is helpful. Chemistry applies to the food industry, retail sales, transportation, art, homemaking... really any type of work you can name.
  10. Chemistry is fun! There are lots of interesting chemistry projects, you can do using common everyday materials. Chemistry projects don't just go boom. They can glow in the dark, change colors, produces bubbles and change states.

Source Credit: Helmenstine, Anne Marie, Ph.D. "Why Study Chemistry?" ThoughtCo, Aug. 23, 2019.

Well-received PHI’s Chemistry Textbooks that help Teachers to Teach and Students to Learn are available at PHI’s Chemistry Textbooks  

These textbooks are written keeping undergraduate and postgraduate students in mind. These wide ranges of PHI Chemistry Textbooks are written by senior academics recognised for their teaching skills and:

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Sunday, 22 December 2019

National Mathematics Day – A Tribute to a Pioneer of Mathematics

An equation means nothing to me unless it expresses a thought of God
"Srinivasa Ramanujan"

National Mathematics Day is celebrated on 22 December every year to mark the birth anniversary of legendary Indian mathematician, Srinivasa Ramanujan. The National Mathematics Day is celebrated to honour his contribution to the field of Mathematics and also to keep his legacy alive to inspire future mathematicians.

On 22 December 2012, the former Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh, paid tribute to Srinivasa Ramanujan at a function organised on the occasion of his 125th birth anniversary. He declared the year as National Mathematics Year. In 2011, the Government of India declared 22nd December as National Mathematics Day.

Srinivasa Ramanujan (1887-1920) was an Indian mathematician who made great and original contributions to many mathematical fields, including complex analysis, number theory, infinite series, and continued fractions. His work has had a fundamental role in the development of modern mathematics.

Honors and Awards

  • 1918, Fellow of the Royal Society
  • 1918, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge University


Ramanujan died on April 26, 1920 in Kumbakonam, India, at the age of 32. His death was likely caused by an intestinal disease called hepatic amoebiasis.

Posthumous Recognition
  • 22nd December is celebrated as State IT Day in Tamil Nadu.
  • On his 75th birth anniversary, the Government of India released a stamp picturing Ramanujan.
  • Government Arts College, Kumbakonam (where he studied) and IIT Madras celebrate 22nd December as Ramanujan Day.
  • The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) has established the Srinivasa Ramanujan Prize in honour of the mathematics genius from India.
Srinivasa Ramanujan Medal

The Srinivasa Ramanujan Medal is awarded by the Indian National Science Academy for work in the mathematical sciences.


  • Full Name: Srinivasa Aiyangar Ramanujan
  • Parents’ Names: K. Srinivasa Aiyangar, Komalatammal
  • Born: December 22, 1887 
  • Birth Place: Erode, Tamil Nadu
  • Died: April 26, 1920 at age 32 
  • Death Place: Kumbakonam, Chennai

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Tuesday, 10 December 2019

Do You Know?

Which Bats Make Tents?

A South American bat, Ectophylla alba is known as a tent-making bat. It makes a tent-like shelter from a large leaf attached to the tree. The bats chew away the sides of the leaf around mid-rib so that it hangs down on either side like a tent. They spend the day roosting underneath clinging onto the mid-rib with their claws.

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Monday, 9 December 2019

Let’s Know What’s There In The Book

The Book
This book helps prepare students for careers in Finance by describing a wide range of instruments for financing, investing, and controlling risk available in today’s financial markets.

• In-depth coverage of the various sectors of the financial markets provides students with a solid foundation of information.
• Discussion of the latest instruments enables students to recognize the contribution made by a new financial instrument.
• Blending of theory and practice provides students with a balanced presentation.
• End-of-chapter questions using material from practitioner publications allow students to review and reinforce material using real-world resources.

Several new chapters have been added including one on:
• Insurance Companies
• Asset Management Firms
• Investment Banking Firms
• Commercial Mortgages and Mortgage Backed Securities
• International Bond Markets
• Credit Risk Transfer Vehicles

The Author
FRANK J. FABOZZI, School of Management, Yale University.

The Contents
Introduction. Section I: The Players—Overview of Market Participants and Financial Innovation. Depository Institutions. Insurance Companies. Asset Management Firms. Investment Banking Firms. Section II: Organization and Structure of Markets—Primary and Secondary Markets. Section III: Risk and Return Theories—Risk and Return Theories: I. Risk and Return Theories: II. Section IV: Derivatives Markets—Introduction to Financial Futures Markets. Introduction to Options Markets. Introduction to Swaps, Caps, and Floors Markets. Section V: The Equity Market—Common Stock Market: I. Common Stock Market: II. Stock Options Market. The Market for Stock Index Products and Other Equity Derivatives. Section VI: Interest Rate Determination and Bond Valuation—The Theory and Structure of Interest Rates. Valuation of Debt Contracts and Their Price Volatility Characteristics. The Term Structure of Interest Rates. Section VII: Debt Markets—Money Markets. Treasury and Agency Securities Markets. Corporate Senior Instruments Markets: I. Corporate Senior Instruments Markets: II. Municipal Securities Markets. The Residential Mortgage Market. The Market for Residential Mortgage—Backed Securities. Market for Asset-Backed Securities. Commercial Mortgage Loans and Commercial Mortgage—Backed Securities. International Bond Markets. Market for Interest Rate Risk Transfer
Vehicles: Exchange-Trade Products. Market for Interest
Rate Risk Transfer Vehicles: OTC Instruments. Market for
Credit Risk Transfer Vehicles: Credit Derivatives and
Collateralized Debt Obligations. Section VIII: Foreign
Exchange Markets—The Market for Foreign Exchange and
Risk Control Instruments.

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Thought For The Day

Thursday, 5 December 2019

Let's Know What's There In The Book

The Book
This book introduces the rapidly growing field of ant colony optimization. It gives a broad overview of many aspects of ACO, ranging from a detailed description of the ideas underlying ACO, to the definition of how ACO can generally be applied to a wide range of combinatorial optimization problems, and describes many of the available ACO algorithms and their main applications.

The book first describes the translation of observed ant behaviour into working optimization algorithms. The ant colony metaheuristics is then introduced and viewed in the general context of combinatorial optimization. This is followed by a detailed description and guide to all major ACO algorithms and a report on current theoretical findings. The book surveys ACO applications now in use, including routing, assignment, scheduling, subset, machine learning, and bioinformatics problems. AntNet, an ACO algorithm designed for network routing problem, is described in detail. Each chapter ends with bibliographic material, bullet points setting out important ideas covered in the chapter, and exercises.

The book is intended primarily for
(1) academic and industry researchers in operations research, artificial intelligence, and computational intelligences;
(2) practitioners wishing to learn how to implement ACO algorithms to solve combinatorial optimization problems; and
(3) postgraduate students in computer science, management studies, operations research, and artificial intelligence.

The Authors
MARCO DORIGO is research director of IRIDA lab at the Universite Libre de Bruxelles and the inventor of the ant colony optimization metaheuristic for combinatorial optimization problems. He has received the Marie Curie Excellence Award for his research work on ant colony optimization and ant algorithms. He is the coauthor of Robot Shaping (MIT Press, 1998) and Swarm Intelligence.

THOMAS ST√úTZLE is Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at Darmstadt University of Technology.

The Contents
1. From Real to Artificial Ants
2. The Ant Colony Optimization Metaheuristic
3. Ant Colony Optimization Algorithms for the Travelling Salesman Problem
4. Ant Colony Optimization Theory
5. Ant Colony Optimization for NP-Hard Problems
6. AntNet. An ACO Algorithm for Data Network Routing
7. Conclusions and Prospects for the Future
Appendix: Sources of Information About the ACO Field

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7 Justifications People Use for Unethical or Illegal Acts
Why do good people do bad things?
Alice Boyes, Ph.D., translates principles from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and social psychology into tips people can use in their everyday lives.

Do you know anyone who doesn't report their cash income on their taxes, pilfers office supplies from their workplace, or has done an assignment for their child to help them get a higher grade?

When people do these types of unethical or illegal behaviors, there are a number of psychological factors that go into it. Let's break them down.

Thinking Distortions That Contribute to Unethical and Illegal Behavior
1. The person thinks: "I got away with it once or twice, so it's OK to keep doing it."
When someone does a behavior that's unethical or illegal and doesn't get caught, that tends to make it more likely they'll do it again. Sometimes people reason that not getting found out means that what they did wasn't a big deal. They might think that whatever they did was so small it doesn't count.

If the person took advantage of a loophole or a lack of oversight, they might think, "If the loophole was a big deal, it would've been closed already. More effort would've been put into preventing or catching it." Occasionally people stumble onto a loophole accidentally, but then choose to exploit it, even when doing so is illegal or unethical.

2. "Other people are doing things far worse than I am."
There's a saying: "If you lie with dogs, you'll get fleas." If unethical or illegal behavior is commonplace in the circles someone moves in, it's more likely they'll see it as normal. There will always be someone who is behaving more outrageously than they are whose example they can use to rationalize their own behavior as not so bad.

3. FOMO — Fear of Missing Out
If you see other people succeeding through unethical behavior, then envy can lead to co-opting those behaviors.

4. "I make up for my bad deeds with my good deeds."
If someone does good work in other aspects of their life, they can rationalize that their behavior balances out and is still a net positive. For instance, if they do charity work or help their church. The person might be cheating, stealing, or defrauding a little bit in one domain (e.g., cheating on their taxes), but they think it pales in comparison to their good deeds and prosocial behavior.

5. The ends justify the means.
If someone has good intentions behind their unethical behavior, they might think it's OK. For instance, they're stealing to support their charity organization or help their child.

6. "I've gotten a raw deal in one area, so it's OK if I take advantage in another area to make up for it."
Let's say that someone is facing a big bill for something they see as not their fault. Or they see some situation they've faced as unjust. Perhaps they've gotten a raw deal from a company they've worked for, or from a company or contractor they employed. Perhaps they got unlucky in the financial crisis and lost their home. If people believe they've gotten the short end of the stick in one area, they might think it's only fair that they make up for it by getting an unfair advantage in another domain or at a later time.

7. The person's moral line keeps shifting.
When people do unethical or illegal behavior, their moral line often shifts due to that behavior pattern. For instance, they "borrow" 1-2 stamps from their workplace, then take 5-6, then steal a sheet of 100 stamps.
Wrapping Up

Some people who do unethical or illegal things are antisocial by nature.* They may not have frank Antisocial Personality Disorder, but may have some tendencies in this direction. However oftentimes people slide into unethical or illegal behavior through the cognitive justifications and behavior patterns I've outlined.

*Note that antisocial is not the same as asocial. The meaning of antisocial is quite different than an introvert and refers to rule breaking and low moral conscience. People tend to colloquially say antisocial when they mean asocial.
Source Credit: Psychology Today

But for Zoology we may not be aware of the Animal Kingdom around us, and our relationship with it.

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Let’s Know What’s There In The Book

The Book
Because of its inherent simplicity, graph theory has a wide range of applications in engineering, and in physical sciences. It has of course uses in social sciences, in linguistics and in numerous other areas. In fact, a graph can be used to represent almost any physical situation involving discrete objects and the relationship among them. Now with the solutions to engineering and other problems becoming so complex leading to larger graphs, it is virtually difficult to analyze without the use of computers.

Key Features
• A rigorous yet informal treatment of graph theory with an emphasis on computational aspects of graph theory and graph-theoretic algorithms.
• Numerous applications to actual engineering problems are incorporated with software design and optimization topics.

The Author
NARSINGH DEO, Charles E. Millican Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Central Florida.

The Contents
Paths and Circuits.
Trees and Fundamental Circuits.
Cut-Sets and Cut-Vertices.
Planar and Dual Graphs.
Vector Spaces of a Graph.
Matrix Representation of Graphs. Coloring, Covering, and Partitioning.
Directed Graphs.
Enumeration of Graphs.
Graph Theoretic Algorithms and Computer Programs.
Graphs in Switching and Coding Theory.
Electrical Network Analysis by Graph Theory.
Graph Theory in Operations Research.
Survey of other Applications.
APPENDIX A: Binet-Cauchy Theorem.
APPENDIX B: Nullity of a Matrix and Sylvester's Law.

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Wednesday, 4 December 2019

Let’s Know What’s There In The Book
By Itzik Ben-Gan, KEVIN, FARLEEl, ADAM MACHANIC, Dejan  Sarka

The Book
Squeeze maximum performance and efciency from every T-SQL query you write or tune. Four leading experts take an indepth look at T-SQL’s internal architecture and offer advanced practical techniques for optimizing response time and resource usage. Emphasizing a correct understanding of the language and its foundations, the authors present unique solutions they have spent years developing and rening. All code and techniques are fully updated to reect new T-SQL enhancements in Microsoft SQL Server 2014 and SQL Server 2012 and help you write faster, more efcient T-SQL code.

• Move from procedural programming to the language of sets and logic
• Master an efcient topdown tuning methodology
• Assess algorithmic complexity to predict performance
• Compare data aggregation techniques, including new grouping sets
• Efciently perform data analysis calculations
• Make the most of T-SQL’s optimized bulk import tools
• Avoid date/time pitfalls that lead to buggy, poorly performing code
• Create optimized BI statistical queries without addition.

The Authors
Itzik Ben-Gan, is a mentor and cofounder of SolidQ. A Microsoft Data Platform MVP since 1999, he has delivered T SQL querying, tuning, and programming training worldwide. His books include T-SQL Querying and Microsoft SQL Server 2012: High-Performance T-SQL Using Window Functions. He has written for SQL Server Pro, SolidQ Journal, and MSDN, and has spoken at SQLPASS, SQLBits, IT/Dev Connections, and SQLTeach. He is the author of two SolidQ T-SQL courses.

Dejan Sarka is a Microsoft MVP for SQL Server who develops database and business intelligence solutions. He has authored or coauthored many books about SQL Server, including the Training Kit for Exam 70-448.

The Contents
CHAPTER 1 Logical query processing
CHAPTER 2 Query tuning
CHAPTER 3 Multi-table queries
CHAPTER 4 Grouping, pivoting, and windowing
CHAPTER 6 Data modification
CHAPTER 7 Working with date and time
CHAPTER 8 T-SQL for BI practitioners
CHAPTER 9 Programmable objects
CHAPTER 11 Graphs and recursive queries

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Let’s Know What’s There In The Book
By G. Aruldhas

The Book
Quantum mechanics is an important area of physics and students of ten find it ‘tough’ from the understanding point of view. By providing 500 problems with their solutions, Professor Aruldhas, with his expertise in and long experience of teaching the subject, makes the students comprehend the fundamental concepts of Quantum Mechanics with ease.

This problem book provides a thorough understanding of the subject and its applications to various physical and chemical problems. The text includes typical problems that illustrate the concepts. It is self-explanatory, comprehensive, and user-friendly.

Key Features :
  • ·        Gives, in the beginning of each chapter, an outline of the theory required for solving problems.
  • ·        Includes problems from the simple plug-ins to increasing order of difficulty to strengthen the student’s understanding of the subject.
  • ·        Provides many mathematical steps to make the book user-friendly.
  • ·        Gives solutions of problems with different types of potentials including the Dirac delta function potential.
  • ·        This book is recommended in Calcutta University for B.Sc.
  • ·        Both undergraduate and postgraduate students of physics and chemistry as well as those preparing for the Joint CSIR-UGC test for JRF and other competitive examinations should find this book extremely practical and valuable.

The Author
G. ARULDHAS, PhD, was Professor and Head of Physics Department, and Dean, Faculty of Science, University of Kerala. With over four decades of teaching experience at the PG level.

Dr. Aruldhas served as CSIR Emeritus Scientist and Director, University Institute of Technology, Kerala University. He published about 145 research papers in various national and international journals. Dr. Aruldhas authored four other books which were published/are being published by PHI Learning.

The Contents
1. Quantum Theory
2. Wave Mechanical Concepts
3. General Formalism of Quantum Mechanics
4. One-Dimensional Systems
5. Three-Dimensional Energy Eigenvalue Problems
6. Matrix Formulation and Symmetry
7. Angular Momentum and Spin
8. Time-Independent Perturbation
9. Variation and WKB Methods
10. Time-Dependent Perturbation
11. Identical Particles
12. Scattering
13. Relativistic Equations
14. Chemical Bonding

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People Management Skills Every Manager Needs To Succeed

Success as a manager will primarily depend on Soft Skills. What is this talent that means more than experience and technical prowess ...