About Knowledge Repository
Knowledge Repository is a service initiated by the Central University of Punjab Library that provides long-term access to the scholarly resources generated by the University. The primary objective of this service is to collect, organize, preserve and provide access and dissemination of scholarly resources produced by the faculty members, student, staff and other members of the University Community. We accept scholarly resources such as journal article, conference papers, book chapters, working papers, report, theses and dissertations, presentation, etc.
The knowledge repository is the platform to showcase the research activities of the individual scholars, departments, schools and other formal communities in the campus. It is an effort of the Library to preserve the scholarly output of the University. Faculty members and students are encouraged to share research related scholarly resource to bring more visibility to your work and dissemination. We welcome your inputs and suggestions to improve this service.
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(Publishing India, 2015)The growth of agriculture and allied sectors is critical for the Indian economy as about 49 percent of the population is directly or indirectly dependent on agriculture. During the last decade and so, the agriculture sector ...
(National Sample Survey Office - Industrial Statistics Wing, 2015)This paper attempts to explore the recent trends of non-farm employment in India and to identify the employment generating sectors that would absorb the rapidly growing labour force using various rounds of NSS unit level ...
(Public Knowledge Project, 2015)Ecocriticism is the study of the relationship between literature and environment.An ecological study is deal with landscapes, plants, animals, and natural resources etc.In literary sphere, approach of ecocriticism focuses ...
(Public Knowledge Project, 2015)At the heart of a person's life lies the struggle to define his self, to make sense of who he is? Diaspora represents the settling as well as unsettling process. While redesigning the geopolitical boundaries, cultural ...