Books for National Development

Author:

Sir Paulias Matana

,

M.L. Ahuja

Publisher:

Medtech Publishers

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Publisher

Medtech Publishers

Publication Year 2013
ISBN-13

9789381714379

ISBN-10 9381714371
Binding

Paperback

Edition First
Number of Pages 280 Pages
Language (English)
Dimensions (Cms) 21.5x14x1.5
Weight (grms) 358

Book, as a repository of information and knowledge, has undergone many changes ever since the dawn of civilization. Multiplication of copies of a book on a large scale was made feasible only after the invention of printing press in the 15th century.


Profusely illustrated, Books for National Development is a pioneering attempt to trace the development in writing material, printing and binding technology, and book development. It highlights the lessons to be learnt from


the study of books, books as means of creativity, the need for inculcating reading habit, for bringing in spiritual elevation and positive values and books as instrument of education. It describes the ingredients of a book, the need for and approach in e-publishing, essentials of editing, role of UNESCO in book development, setting up of libraries for book development, future of the book, and the requirement of books in the twenty-first century keeping in view the


developments in emerging technology where both authors and publishers shall have to reorient their approach. In view of its rich contents, the book should be of great reference value for students, teachers, professionals connected with book publishing, book distribution, book development and educationists concerned with the formulation of educational policy.

Sir Paulias Matana

Grand Chief His Excellency Sir Paulias Matana had been the 8th Governor-General of Pupua New Guinea. Starting his career as an Assistant Teacher at Toma Village in East New Britain, he rose to become the country’s first Ambassador to the USA, and Mexico, Permanent Representative at the United Nations, High Commissioner to Canada, and Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. He is the first Papua New Guinean to Visit all the world’s seven continents. He is the author of 47 books and is the recipient of the United Nations Peace Medal in 1980, OBE in 1975, CMG in 1980, Kt in 1986, and GCMG and KstJ in 2004.He also honorary doctorates from Papua New Guinea’s two leading universities.

M.L. Ahuja

Mr M.L. Ahuja, MA, DLL, DCS, is the author of more than 40 books. He is the recipient of Janseva Sadbhavna Award (2006), Bharat Gaurav Award (2006), Rajiv Gandhi Rashtriya Ekta Samman (2009), and Lifetime Achievement Award & Gold Medal (2011), for his published works. He had been the Area Representative of International Association of Orientalist Librarians for three years, and Executive Secretary of Afro-Asian book Council. He is associated with Publishing Industry in india since1959, has traveled extensively both within and outside India, and has presented papers at several national and international seminars.
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