IPA Champion Award – Yet another FIRST achievement of Mr. Asoke Ghosh

IPA Champion Award – Yet another FIRST achievement of Mr. Asoke Ghosh   We, at PHI Learning, proudly announce that our Chairman and Managing Director, Mr. Asoke Ghosh, has been awarded the First IPA Champion Award. The award was presented by Mr. Hugo Setzer, Past IPA President during the 33rd International Publishers Congress, which took …

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Award for Excellence in Book Publishing, 2022

We are proud to share that PHI Learning has won the Second Prize for Excellence in Book Publishing 2022 for their book Financial Accounting: A Managerial Perspective, Seventh Edition written by IIM Professor R. Narayanaswamy. We thank The Federation of Indian Publishers for the same. The awards ceremony was held on Friday, September 30, 2022, …

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Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar portrays the instinctual human tendency towards political unrest. Here’s how

Amongst his most famous dramatic works, the play Julius Caesar by Shakespeare portrays a true historical account. It follows the story of the assassination of King Caesar and the events which followed, leading to a civil war. Gaius Julius Caesar is amongst the most famous conquerors in history. As a critical player in the transformation …

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Symbolism of The Ghost of King Hamlet – in Hamlet By Pallavi Ghosh

Throughout history, the cultural symbolism of ghosts has been a bad omen. These supernatural beings often represent the souls of deceased people who are imprisoned within the land of the living due to unfinished business. In Shakespeare’s Hamlet, the appearance of a ghost (seemingly King Hamlet) has been interpreted in various ways by critics. Even …

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INTRODUCTION TO INDIAN KNOWLEDGE SYSTEM : CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS – A Review by Anand Parthasarathy

Access and download the article in pdf from: http://nopr.niscpr.res.in/handle/123456789/59965 Title: Book Review: Documenting India’s Rich Heritage of Knowledge Authors: Parthasarathy, Anand Issue Date: Jul-2022 Publisher: NIScPR-CSIR, India Page(s): 31-33 ISSN: 2582-6492 (Online); 0036-8512 (Print) Appears in Collections: SR Vol.59(07) [July 2022]   To Buy the book from #PHILearning website click http://social.phindia.com/c-hju2-x #Amazon click https://amzn.to/3RzxlAM #Flipkart click …

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HUMAN RIGHTS LAW AND PRACTICE By J. K. Das – A Review by Prof. Saurav De

Human rights law is still waiting for its theoretician to systematize the thoughts and speculations on the subject and define desirable goals. The definitional process of it is not so easy as the term “right” is an ambiguous term used to describe a variety of legal relationships. Sometimes, “right” is used in its strict sense …

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What made the last century’s great innovations possible?: Transforming how people live requires more than scientific discovery

In the early decades of the 20th century, a slew of technologies began altering daily life with seemingly unprecedented speed and breadth. Suddenly, consumers could enjoy affordable automobiles. Long-distance telephone service connected New York with San Francisco. Electric power and radio broadcasts came into homes. New methods for making synthetic fertilizer portended a revolution in …

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Introduction to Indian Knowledge System – Chapter Review by Pallavi Ghosh

Recently, the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), introduced a mandatory course on the Indian Knowledge System (IKS) while revising the Engineering and Management Curricula in 2018. This is meant to help students gain awareness of their rich heritage and the wealth of knowledge produced by the Ancient Indians. This textbook responds to the …

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