HOW TO ACE YOUR INTERVIEW

Those who have given an interview in the past know how difficult it can be sometimes to ace an interview. Not everyone is born with confidence to impress someone with the first sentence they say. Some people like myself need a little help, research and motivation to prepare for the big moment. 

I will be sharing some of the tips that I came across on the internet, below. They might prove beneficial to you as well to pass your interview with flying colours. 

  1. Basic Research:

The first step is to run in-depth research about the organisation/ company you are applying to. You should be well aware of their background, values and culture. You should also know the latest news about the company. Checking the company’s social media accounts can also give you a lot of information. The interviewer might ask you questions like “when was the company formed?” or “how many divisions does the company have?”. You should be prepared with the answers to such questions. It will reflect your seriousness for the job.

  1. Review the job description:

Read the job description again and see if you are fit for the job or not. See if your experience, skills and accomplishments are enough for the job. You can also look into the hiring process of the company and prepare accordingly. Also, look into your qualifications and goals. You can tell the interviewer how your goals align with the company’s goals. 

  1. Practice answering questions:

Some of the questions are asked in almost all the interviews. Like “tell us about yourself” is the most common question. You should be well prepared for such questions. Don’t memorize the answers but do make bullet points. It will help you remember answers better and make it look natural. Your main focus should be on the company, the position, qualifications and goals. Stand in front of the mirror and practice these questions until your nervousness goes away.

  1. Crisp dressing: 

Believe it or not but dressing up nice gives you a different kind of confidence. You should always wear something formal or something that’s not inappropriate. It makes a good first impression on the interviewer as you walk in. Also, make sure your footwear is neat and clean. The best pick for an interview is usually pants and a formal shirt or a business suit. 

  1. Prepare questions to ask:

The best way to show your interest in the job is to ask the interviewer a few questions here and there. You can also reevaluate if the company’s goals, working environment and company culture are right for you. Prepare some questions that dig deeper into the company. This will show that you have done your homework.

  1. Keep the CV and other documents organised:

Keep your documents ready beforehand. This will not create chaos on the day of the interview. Also, keeping these things ready will reduce your burden a little and make you less nervous. A well-organised file speaks a lot about your work ethics to your interviewer. 

  1. Pay attention to your soft skills:

Your posture, handshake and attentiveness say a lot about your personality. Do not get aggressive during the interview and keep your volume low. Fiddling with your pen, tie or file can show the lack of confidence. Walk with confidence and try not to fiddle. Lastly, maintain eye-contact and a smile. It reflects a positive nature. 

Keeping in mind these few tips can make a huge difference during your interview. In the end, all that actually matters is your confidence. 

OLYMPICS

OLYMPICS:

Olympic a set of international sports competitions that happen once every four years. The Olympic games are held in different countries on each occasion. The Olympics were an internationally significant event that unites people from all over the world. The Olympic Games are considered the world’s foremost sports competition with more than 200 nations participating. The Olympic Games are normally held every four years, alternating between the Summer and Winter Olympics every two years in the four-year period. The Olympic Games include all the sports registered by the International Olympic Committee as Olympic sports. Olympic Games are the largest sporting event, in terms of the number of sports on the program, the number of athletes present and the number of people from different nations gathered together at the same time in the same place.

HISTORY OF OLYMPICS:

The Olympic games started thousands of years ago and lasted over a millennium. The Greeks loved sport and the Olympic Games were the biggest sporting event in the ancient calendar. The Olympic Games began over 2,700 years ago in Olympia, in southwest Greece. The most important and prestigious were the games held at Olympia to honor Zeus, the king of the gods. The modern Olympic games began in 1896. Pierre de Coubertin was a French educator and historian, founder of the , and its second president. He is known a International Olympic Committee s the father of the modern Olympic Games.

OLYMPIC SPORTS:

Currently, the Olympic program consists of 35 different sports, 53 disciplines, and more than 400 events. The Summer Olympics includes 28 sports with 38 disciplines and the Winter Olympics includes 7 sports with 15 disciplines. The list of Olympic games are,

  • 3*3 basketball
  • Acrobatic gymnastics
  • Alpine skiing
  • Archery
  • Artistic gymnastics
  • Artistic swimming
  • Athletics
  • Badminton
  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Beach Handball
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Biathlon
  • BMX
  • Bobsleigh
  • Boxing
  • Breaking
  • Canoe
  • Cross Country skiing
  • Curling
  • Diving
  • Equestrian Dressage
  • Equestrian Eventing
  • Equestrian jumping
  • Fencing
  • Figure Skating
  • Football
  • Freestyle skiing
  • Futsal
  • Golf
  • Handball
  • Hockey
  • Ice hockey
  • Judo
  • Karate
  • Luge
  • Modern pentathlon
  • Mountain bike
  • Nordic combined
  • Paralympic
  • Rhythmic gymnastics
  • Road cycling
  • Roller speed skating
  • Rowing
  • Rugby
  • Sailing
  • Shooting
  • Short track speed skating
  • Skateboard
  • Skeleton
  • Ski jumping
  • Ski mountaineering
  • Snowboarding
  • Softball
  • Speed skating
  • Sport climbing
  • Surfing
  • Swimming
  • Table tennis
  • Taek wondo
  • Tennis
  • Track cycling
  • Trampoline
  • Triathlon
  • Volleyball
  • Water Polo
  • Weight lifting
  • Wrestling

IMPORTANCE OF OLYMPIC GAMES:

The Olympics is important because at no other time does practically the entire planet come together, regularly and in a positive way, to experience the same thing. The goal of the Olympic Movement is to contribute to building a peaceful and better world by educating youth through sport practiced without discrimination of any kind and in the Olympic spirit, which requires mutual understanding with a spirit of friendship, solidarity, and fair play.

INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT OLYMPICS:

  • Women have been allowed to compete in the Olympics since 1900. The Olympic Games have been hosted by 23 different countries.
  • Olympic games were not held in the following years due to the two world wars 1916, 1940, and 1944.
  • Olympic Games are so-called because they were held in the city of Olympia.

India’s Great Comeback.


Comebacks are always special more so when you’ve back against the wall and no one expects you to fight back. Similar was the situation for Indian cricket team as they were demolished when Australian bowlers ran over them for just 36 runs lowest score for India ever. It infamously known as “Summer of 36” (because its summer season in Australia). To make situation worse Indian captain and superstar batsman Virat Kohli went on parental leave, ace pace bowler Mohammad Shami was ruled out due to fractured arm, another star batsman Rohit Sharma placed in mandatory quarantine for 14 days and Indian bowler Umesh Yadav injured during the second test match. Despite all the odds and challenges India defy the great odds to claim victory in second test match of the series by 8 wicket at MCG and level the series 1-1.

Day 1

The second test began with a lot of questions after all Indian team were demolished for just 36 and lost the first match of 4 match test series. This was evident when Indian team announced 4 changes including 2 debutant on the eve of 2nd test match to be played on Boxing Day at the MCG (Melbourne Cricket Ground). Mohammad Siraj for Mohammad Shami, Ravindra Jadeja for Virat Kohli, Shubman Gill for Prithvi Shaw and Rishabh Pant for Wriddhiman Shaha.

The first day of 2nd test match began with Australia winning the toss and opting to bat. An inspired Indian bowling unit, led by the menacing Jasprit Bumrah (4/56) Ravichandran Ashwin (3/35), steam-rolled Australia for a meagre 195. The debutant for India, Mohammed Siraj (2/40 in 15 overs) also repaid the faith shown in him. While Marnus Labuschagne (48) top-scored for Australia, Travis Head and Matthew Wade made 48 and 30 runs respectively.

India was 36 for one in its first innings in reply to Australia’s 195-10 at stumps on day 1 of the second Test at the MCG, Melbourne on Saturday. Debutant Shubman Gill batting on 28 in the company off Cheteshwar Pujara on 7.

Day 2

Stand-in skipper Ajinkya Rahane scored a fine century as India reached 277 for five against Australia before rain forced an early stumps on the second day of the second Test at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Sunday. Rahane showed great determination as he made an unbeaten 200-ball 104, studded with 12 hits to the fence

Rahane (104) and Ravindra Jadeja 40 were at the crease when the stumps were drawn with India leading by 82 runs. In the third session, Rahane and Jadeja added 104 runs without losing a wicket. Australia were all out for 195 in their first innings on the opening day.

Day 3

India is well within distance of levelling the four-match Test series after reducing Australia to 133 for 6 in the second innings at stumps on the third day of the second Test at Melbourne Cricket Ground on Monday. Ajinkya Rahane’s 112 and Ravindra Jadeja’s 57 took India to a decent first innings score of 326 and a handy 131 run lead. India will now look to wrap up the proceedings on the fourth day as Australia has a slender lead of two runs with only four wickets in hand.

For India, Jasprit Bumrah bowled brilliantly to end the day with 1/34 while Ravindra Jadeja got 2/25. Ravichandran Ashwin and Mohammed Siraj also got a wicket each. The only worry for India is Umesh Yadav’s (1/5 in 3.3 overs) calf muscle injury after removing opener Joe Burns with a peach of delivery.

Day 4

India restricted Australia for 200 and required another 70 runs to win. Which India achieved with a loss 2 wicket and levelled the series 1-1 in what was incredible comeback story.

As the saying goes “Only darkness can make the stars shine” similarly in the most challenging times the stars of Indian cricket teams shine like brightest stars. Well whole series has not ended there are still two test matches to be played but this victory will be etched as among the most memorable victory of Indian cricket team as they defied great odds to clinched victory.

HYDROPONICS

Hydroponics is a type of farming technique that uses water instead of soil to grow plants. By using this method we can save a lot of water. Hydroponic plants are planted in a inert media exposing their roots to nutrients rich solutions. Plants commonly grown hydroponically, on inert media, include tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, strawberries, lettuce and marijuana.

HYDROPONICS- REVOLUTION IN FARMING

HISTORY

The idea of growing terrestrial plants without soil was first published in the book Sylva Sylvarum or ‘A Natural History’ by Francis Bacon, in the year 1627. Growth of terrestrial plants without soil in mineral nutrient solutions was called solution culture. Later William Frederick Gericke created a sensation by growing tomato vines twenty-five feet (7.6 metres) high in his back yard in mineral nutrient solutions rather than soil and named it as hydroponics in 1937, proposed to him by W. A. Setchell, a phycologist with an extensive education in the classics.

The origins of hydroponics can be traced back to the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, is the first known example of soil-less growth of plants. This was around 600 BC. Later on, around 1100 BC, the Aztec Indians got creative with their growing techniques and created gardens that seemed to be floating. These “floating gardens” were called ‘chinampas’, which had a strong combination of roots and lashes, laden with sediment from lake-bottoms, providing nutrients to the crops and plantations. Similar floating plantations were discovered by Marco Polo on his visit to China, which left him surprised as he hadn’t seen anything like this ever before. In the 1990s, NASA grew aeroponic bean seedlings in zero gravity aboard a space station, opening up the possibility of sustainable agriculture in space.

Picture from NASA

ADVANTAGES OF HYDROPONICS

• Hydroponics plants can be grown anywhere even in small rooms. Since the plants roots don’t have to expand in search of oxygen and water it can be grown much closer to each other. And instead of putting its energy in its roots growth it can invest its energy into the growth above ground. Through this we can save a lot of space and get higher growth.

• Many diseases are soil-born. And it effects the plant growth in soil based agriculture whereas in hydroponics since weeds, pests and plants diseases are highly reduced and less chemicals are used. It helps the plant to grow cleaner and get healthier foods.

• Hydroponics systems can be built indoors, so there is no need to adapt to outside climate.

• Here, one can grow each crop simultaneously all year round.

• Because of their very less water usage this can be done in countries which have scarcity of water.

• Many organisms depend on plants for their food which disturbs the plants growth whereas in hydroponics since no soil there is no organisms.

• Weeds which grows with plants in soil based agriculture takes up the nutrients from the soil making it hard for the plants to get adequate amount of nutrients. This case is not seen in hydroponics since no soil so no unwanted growth of plants.

DISADVANTAGES OF HYDROPONICS

• For a large-scale hydroponic system proper facilities are required and it is not cheap.
A large field where you can pour a tons of
water is cheaper than building large
greenhouses.

• If a disease occurs it spreads very fast in water as compared to that in soil.

• Expect knowledge is required in this field.

• Proper maintenance of the plants is required.

• Not all crops can be grown here. Some roots based vegetables like potatoes and carrots does better in soil.


Hydroponics is a revolutionary change in farming technique. If it is implemented with proper knowledge and constant monitoring it can yield to a better harvest. We can get healthier food and can save a lot of water. You can start doing it even in your home now. The thing is we have no idea about it. So let’s put our hands together for this new technique which can help us in our long run.

Are we humans are destroying the animal habitat?

Home is feeling of comfort that is filled with love and safe. It is a feeling for both human and animals. We human being are becoming selfish by destroying their houses. Try to put yourself in their place, can you imagine your home is suddenly vanished and there is no place for you to live? It is like being lonely and sad.

Millions of species that ever lived in this earth has gone extinct now. Some endangered species are likely to get extinct. Eg:Tiger, polar bear, Mountain gorilla etc. And the reason behind this extinction is human beings. We are killing animals for food. We are destroying their habitat for our development. Deforestation is done by humans for wood, vegetation and construction of buildings. Due to this animals are dying out.

Another reason is human activities causes pollution in water, air and in land. This pollutes the entire natural habitat and had an adverse effect on animals as well as environment. Oil leakage in marine can lead to deaths of aquatic animals. Another most important reason is the killing or hunting of animals for human resources like fur or elephant tooth. In some places hunting is considered as sport.

Animals are important for the food chain. When animal are extinct they are gone forever and we can find them only in museums.

We should try to convert every human being into a conservationist. Zoos are working to preserve endangered species. We should care and save animals and their habitat because we both equally share the planet. Prevention of cruelty to animals act,The wildlife protection act are there to conserve the species.

Never Stop Learning- How and Why

My life mantra is simple: live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever – Mahatma Gandhi. Learning is not  only bound to schools and colleges; it is a lifelong activity. 

Why?

Learning should never stop. We learn from everything that we hear and see. Many people share the perspective that learning stops after college or an age, this is wrong. We acquire new skills due to continuous knowledge and more skills deliver us various experiences. Experiences are the viable part of our lives and we even learn from them! In recent years, distinct skills are required to be qualified in a job interview. Many multinational companies hire only the people who have creative thinking. All this can be earned only through learning. The brain gets regular exercise, this prevents our mind from being left idle and also improves our memory. Individuals who keep learning are less likely to feel depressed and unenthusiastic. This way we can prevent many mental health diseases. Regular exercise of the brain keeps us mentally fit and active. The knowledge gained never goes to waste, it can always be shared so that more people can start learning. During these difficult and challenging times we can spend our time learning and teaching about various topics. We can also earn some money by taking tuitions/coaching classes. Learning about new topics and subjects increases our self confidence. We believe more in ourselves when we try new things. If an individual never tries new things, then he will never know his capabilities, he will surely avoid learning. It also boosts self esteem and makes us happy. Learning plays a key role in improving our mental health and providing peace of mind. It also builds a strong and charismatic personality.

How to keep learning?

Learning is not limited to only a particular place and a specific time. We can learn anywhere and anytime. From a role model to a child, anybody can be our teacher. It is often seen that students correct the teachers or parents and they learn great lessons from children. We also have to understand that all skills have their own importance. We should create a list of topics that are interesting to us and try to grasp as much as possible information for these topics. We should not restrict ourselves only to bookish knowledge. Our everyday lives also offer us a great opportunity to learn new things. E.g. a scientist should also learn how to change tyres along with his core subjects and work.

We can learn more by trying out different things. If you experience something first hand then you will remember it for a long time. Learning a guitar, a piano and a dance form are some examples. This can be a very good and productive use of our free time. You will feel more energetic and enthusiastic. These skills will come handy in the future. Knowledge can be also expanded by reading books, newspapers and journals on different subjects and issues. Our general knowledge will increase rapidly and reading will keep us occupied for several hours. Facing various challenges will also help us in learning. It will teach us the value of hardwork and time in our life. Always ask questions whenever you are curious, if your questions get answered then you will learn something new and if they don’t get answered, they will make somebody else curious. Learning is a part of the journey on earth and it should never stop. 

Happy learning.

South Korea’s ‘artificial sun’ sets new world record, lights up at 100 million degrees for record 20 seconds

Introduction


A superconducting fusion device, also known as the Korean artificial sun, set the new world record as it successfully maintained high temperature over 100 million degrees (Celsius) for a record 20 seconds.

Comfortably setting a new world record for fusion, South Korea managed to light up an artificial sun at over 100 million degrees for a record 20 seconds. In comparison, the core of the Sun burns at only 15 million degrees Celsius.

According to reports, a team of South Korean physicists used an “artificial sun” — a superconducting fusion device known as KSTAR (Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research) for the experiment. For the fusion, scientists obtained a plasma (one of the four fundamental states of matter) from hydrogen composed of hot ions that exceeded the 100 million degrees temperature. To retain the ions, it is necessary to maintain incredibly high temperatures.

The researchers established a world record by turning this national artificial sun nuclear fusion reactor on and maintaining the high-temperature plasma for 20 seconds with an ion temperature over 100 million degrees (Celsius).

This fusion surpassed last year’s plasma operation that worked for 8 seconds. In 2018, KSTAR had reached a temperature of 100 million degrees for the first time, but only managed to keep it running for around 1.5 seconds.
The goal of the institute is to achieve fusion ignition for 300 seconds at a time by 2025, the report said.

Tokamak devices like KSTAR are used to recreate fusion reactions that occur in the Sun, here on Earth. According to the Institute for Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN), there are about 250 tokamak devices around the world, the report said.

Tokamak is an acronym for the Russian term “toroïdalnaïa kameras magnitnymi katushkami” or “toroidal chamber with magnetic coils”.

However, “none of them broke the barrier of maintaining the operation for 10 seconds or longer. It is the operational limit of the normal-conducting device and it was difficult to maintain a stable plasma state in the fusion device at such high temperatures for a long time,” a report in Phys.org said.

Earlier in this month, China turned on its ‘artificial sun’ which managed to operate at 150 million degrees Celsius, a local report cited the China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC).


In November 2018, the Institute of Plasma Physics in Hefei, China, had announced that an Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak (East) device had reached a milestone temperature of 100 million degrees Celsius and heating power of 100Mw.

The Experimental Advanced Superconducting Tokamak (East) is an experimental fusion reactor built at the Institute of Plasma Physics in Hefei, China, on behalf of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. his temperature was sustained for 10 seconds.

Why is it important to plan a year ahead ?

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” ― Benjamin Franklin, Founding Father of the United States

Planning can be considered to be one of the most important aspects that might control certain events in your life. This only helps an individual to concentrate if future but also encourage growth.

Setting yourself with monthly targets help to improve your productivity and be active in achieving your goals.

Planning also prepares us to overcome challenges and catching up with things during a limited period of time. It can not only help us to get our things done but also make us productive in fulfilling our day to day lists of work specially during this time of pandemic where being at home and completing online assignments and meeting can be a stressful task. Therefore, planning up the schedule can not only give you an incentive to be active but aslo encourage one to stay in the moment.

What are the benefits of planning

> Motivates to accomplish goals – planning helps an individual to maintain a schedule and completing the pending assignments. And even if someone is unavailable to accomplish the goals , one can have a record of the backlogs.

>You can measure both success and failure- planning helps one to keep a track on their success ti catch up with the task one has assigned for themselves, at the same time can help in identifying the failure and work for the betterment.

>Proper management of task- breaking down your activities , you can have higher success rates. By creating monthly milestones of a project, one can get close to achieving higher goals.

>Cuts down unnecessary budget- by moving forward with a planned budget might be good for your pocket as well. By planning ahead you can save up in bits and pieces from your monthly budget at the same time it can fetch you time that can later be used to get things at cheaper rates.

Therefore, with the new year approaching this week, it will be great to start something new and make the year 2021 one full of productivity and success. Happy New Year.

FOOD

Food is any nutritious substance that people or animals eat or drink or that plants absorb in order to maintain life and growth. We all need food and water. It is consumed to provide nutritional support to the body. It consists of essential nutrients, such as carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, or minerals. The substance is ingested by an organism and assimilated by the organism’s cells to provide energy, maintain life, or stimulate growth. Different species of animals have different feeding behaviours that satisfy the needs of their unique metabolisms.

TYPES OF FOOD

a) Adulterated Food- Adulteration is a legal term meaning that a food product fails to meet the legal standards. One form of adulteration is an addition of another substance to a food item in order to increase the quantity of the food item in raw form or prepared form, which may result in the loss of actual quality of food item. Among meat and meat products some of the items used to adulterate are water or ice, carcasses, or carcasses of animals other than animal meant to be consumed.

b) Camping Food- Camping food includes ingredients which are used to prepare food suitable for backcountry camping and backpacking. The foods differ substantially from the ingredients found in a typical home kitchen. The primary differences relate to camper’s and backpacker’s special needs for foods that have appropriate cooking time, perishability, weight and nutritional content.

c) Diet Food- Diet food is also known as dietetic food. It refers to any food or beverage whose recipe is altered to reduce fat, carbohydrates, adhore sugar in order to make it part of a weight loss program or diet. Such foods are usually intended to assist in weight loss or a change in body type, although bodybuilding supplements are designed to aid in gaining weight or muscle.

d) Finger Food- Finger food is meant to be eaten directly using the hands, in contrast to foods eaten with a knife and fork, spoon, chopsticks, or other utensils. In some cultures food is almost always eaten with the hands.

e) Fresh Food- Fresh food is that which has not been preserved and not spoiled yet. For vegetables and fruits, this means that they have been recently harvested and treated properly postharvest. Dairy products are fresh and will spoil quickly. Thus, fresh cheese is cheese which has not been dried or salted for aging. Sourced cream may be considered fresh. Fresh food is not dried, smoked, salted, frozen, canned, pickled or otherwise preserved.

f) Frozen Food- Frozen food preserves from the time it is prepared to the time it is eaten. Since early times, farmers, fishermen, and trappers have preserved grains and produce in unheated buildings during the winter season. Freezing food slows down decomposition by turning residual moisture into ice. Preserving food in domestic kitchens during modern times is achieved using household freezers.

g) Healthy Food- Healthy food is food marketed to provide human health effects beyond a normal healthy diet required for human nutrition. Foods which are considered as healthy may be part of one or more categories such as, natural foods, organic foods, whole foods, vegetarian foods or dietary supplements. A healthy diet is a diet that helps to maintain or improve overall health. It provides the body with essential nutrients, macronutrients, micronutrients, and adequate calories.

h) Natural Food- Natural foods are widely used terms in food labelling and marketing with a variety of definitions. The term is often assumed to imply on foods that are not processed and whose ingredients are all natural products. They do not contain any food additives such as antibiotics, sweeteners, food colors or flavorings.

i) Organic Food- Organic food is food produced by methods that comply with the standards of organic farming. Standards vary worldwide, but organic farming in general features practices that strive to cycle resources, promote ecological balance and conserve biodiversity. In general, organic foods are also usually not processed using irradiation, industrial solvents or synthetic food additives.

j) Traditional Food- Traditional foods are those dishes which are passed through generations or which have been consumed by many generations. They are traditional in nature and may have historic precedent in a national dish, regional cuisine or local cuisine. It may be produced as homemade, by restaurants and small manufacturers, and by large food processing plant facilities.

Infrastructure Crisis

Infrastructure sectors are consider to be bedrock of any economy and Indian economy is no different. Infrastructure is not only vital for growth of Indian economy but also for overall development of an economy. Any growth in an infrastructure sector has a multiplier effect on overall economy growth as it soars manufacturing and industrial growth which in turn increase consumer demand and overall standard of living. The infrastructure sector is often comprises of : Road, Railways, Power, Urban Infrastructure.

Over the years investment deficit has soars as infrastructure investment rate has decline since the highs of 2011-12. This has led to many stalled projects, delays, cost overrun and financially its been a nightmare because infrastructure project requires huge loans and these loans have fixed repayment schedule. If the project get finished on time, revenues from project finance the loans. But if the project gets delayed by months, years it gets bad. Its even worse if the project are unable to operates due to change in land acquisition policy, legal cases, abruptly changes environment regulation.

Its important to get infrastructure on the right track because its a key for an economy as it generation of huge employment which in turn increases income level, which results in increase in consumer demand which shoot up aggragte demand which leads higher level of output hence, higher growth of an economy. So, here are few general decision government should take.

Maintain Macroeconomic stability

Maintaining the macroeconomic stability is key for creating an environment that attract huge investment. There are two imporatnt macroeconomic indicator.

  1. Fiscal consolidation – It means government should take policy decision that reduces its fiscal deficit. It will leads to reduce in inflation rate which in turn leads to low interest rate in an economy. Low interest rate means that loans are cheaper as compared to before therefore it’ll more and more people to invest in economy. At the same government should maintain a healthy stock of savings to channelize into investment.
  1. Stability of inflation rate – It means there is no volatality in inflation rate which helps investor to know how much they are getting return for their investment.

It has often found that unstable macroeconomic indicator discourage investment whereas well articulated policy that maintain macroeconomic indicator invites many investors from all over the world.

Reform Public Finance

The government must scale up investment but in fiscal responsible way. There are few ways of doing it. Firstly, Reducing the government expenditure from current expenditure and increase the investment in capital good without raising national debt doing so will leads increase in capital formation in an economy and leads to higher growth. Raising GST by simplyfing, encouraging people and better targeting. Disinvest the non perform public sector enterprisis and monetize government holding and using process to invest in new infrastructure.

Declutter stalled projects

The number of stalled project sky rocketed in recent years. Majority of these stalled project are due to government policy. Here are few things that government can do.

Land Acquisition – Since the enactment of Land Acquisition, Rehablitation and Resettlement (LARR) in 2013, many states have explored some creative method acquiring land without invoking LARR. For example Andhra Pradesh introduced land pooling method to acquire the land for state capital Amravati. Under which 25000 farmer pooled 33000 acre of land by giving them alternative form of compensation in this case a share of developed land.

Environmental Clearance – The Environmental regulation agency should strengthened to ensure smooth functioning and transparency and enable them to take decision backed by data. This institution should also be headed by someone who has great knowledge about this sector.

Private Public Partnership (PPP) – The government should invite private sector to participate in reviving the stalled project. The government should give incentive to motivate them to invest in stalled projects.

Corporate Bond

While the bank remain an important instrument to finance any long term project or to increase any capital requirement its not the only option . It should promote usage of corporate bond . It refer to bonds issued by corporation to raise money to finance the projects.

While these some ways in which government can revitalize the infrastructure sector. Recently, government took great interest as well measure for resurgence of infrastructure sector. From road and highways construction to development of inland waterways as a new mode of transportation. The new policy is being formed for railways, aviation, coal, urban sector. Recently, government has National infrastructure Pipeline. National Infrastructure Pipeline Project will  play a crucial role in pulling the country out of impact of Covid 19.  NIP is a project that will revolutionize India’s infra creation efforts. Many new jobs will be created , our farmers , youngsters , entrepreneurs will benefit. If India has to transform it should invest hugely in its infrastructure.

CARTOON

CARTOON DEFINITION:

The word “cartoon” is derived from either the Italian word cartone or the Dutch word Karton, which are both words describing a strong, thick, or heavy paper, or pasteboard. A cartoon is usually a short, animated movie or television program. The term “cartoon” refers to an illustration or a series/sequence of drawings that depict satire, caricature, or humor. A cartoon is a form of two-dimensional illustrated visual art. One who makes cartoons is known as Cartoonist. A cartoon is mainly created to produce laughter, fun, joy, love, and unity.

WHEN DID CARTOON BEGIN? :

In the 19th century, beginning in Punch magazine in 1843, cartoon came to refer – ironically at first – to humorous illustrations in magazines and newspapers. The first animated television series was Crusader Rabbit. The cartoons became popular in the 1960s and 1970s.

TYPES OF CARTOONS:

There are different types of cartoons. Some of them are,

· Political Cartoons:-

A political cartoon is made to convey editorial commentary on politics, politicians, and current events. There are five elements of political Cartoons. They are symbols, exaggeration, irony, labeling, and analogy.

· Gag cartoons:-

Gag cartoons are cartoons, combination of punch lines and scenarios intended to make readers laugh. Modern “gag cartoons” are found in magazines, newspapers, and greeting cards. The gag cartoons generally consist of a single drawing with a caption beneath.

· Animated Cartoons:-

Cartoons can either refer to a drawing or a television program or film made using animation techniques. It is like a motion picture. It is a series of changing drawings that were being photographed and when projected quickly it gives the illusion of movement.

CARTOONIST:

One who makes cartoons is known as Cartoonist. The other names for cartoonists are animator, artist, humorist, illustrator, satirist, caricaturist, gagster, comic artist, comic book artist, etc….Some cartoonists work with artists who create the idea or story and write captions, and sometimes the cartoonist will write captions themselves. Charles Schulz was a cartoonist who drew the “Peanuts” comic strip for fifty years. Some cartoonists have their cartoons appear weekly or daily in newspapers, while others publish books or draw cartoons for web sites.

SOME OF THE POPULAR CARTOON SHOWS ARE:

There are many cartoons show. Some of the most popular cartoon shows are,

  • Flintstones
  • Richie Rich
  • The Smurfs
  • Tom and Jerry
  • Alvin and the chipmunks
  • Thomas and Friends
  • Power Puff Girls
  • Sponge Bob and Square Pants
  • Looney tunes
  • The Simpsons

INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT CARTOONS:

  • There is an asteroid named after Donald Duck
  • The crew of “The Simpsons” once sent flowers to the crew of “South Park.”
  • Winnie-the-Pooh was named after a teddy bear owned by the son of A.A. Milne, the creator of Winnie.
  • Tom and Jerry cartoons won seven Oscars and being nominated for a total of 13.
  • In the original He-Man cartoon of the 1980s, He-Man could not use his sword as an offensive weapon or punch or kick anyone due to the broadcast standards of the period. In fact, he was mostly non-violent and usually just outsmarted his enemies .

HEALTH

HEALTH:

Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. In simple words, Health is the state of being well and free from illness. Health can be improved also through individual behavior and lifestyle choices such as eating more nutritious foods and getting more exercise. Combining good nutrition with physical activity can lead to a healthier lifestyle.

IMPORTANCE OF HEALTH:

Living a healthy lifestyle can help prevent chronic diseases and long-term illnesses. The importance of good health in a person’s life is undoubtedly great. Your health is at the center of your life. Every part of your life relies on you having good health. Living a healthy lifestyle can prevent long-term illnesses like such as Asthma, Diabetes, heart diseases, and many more. It provides us freedom from almost all diseases. It is necessary for all of us must maintain a healthy lifestyle to be fit and fearless of diseases. Good health is a secret of every happy man. Thus maintaining health is an important one.

TYPES OF HEALTH:

There are five main aspects of personal health: physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and intellectual.

  • PHYSICAL HEALTH:

Physical health represents one dimension of total well-being. The term refers to the state of your physical body and how well it’s operating.

  • EMOTIONAL HEALTH:

Emotional health is a person’s ability to accept and manage feelings through challenge and change.

  • SOCIAL HEALTH:

Social health can be defined as our ability to interact and form meaningful relationships with others. It also relates to how comfortably we can adapt to social situations.

  • SPIRITUAL HEALTH:

Spiritual health is achieved when you feel at peace with life. Spiritual health is that aspect of our well-being that organizes the values, the relationships, and the meaning and purpose of our lives.

  • INTELLECTUAL HEALTH:

The intellectual dimension of wellness encourages creative, stimulating mental activities. Intellectual wellness encourages learning.

HOW TO MAINTAIN GOOD HEALTH:

It is very important to maintain good health because with good health one will enjoy life without any disease or disorder. Good health is a matter of great concern, to maintain it, healthy living and a disciplined life is a must. The most important tip for a healthy body is to have healthy food and eat them at a proper time. eating a balanced diet, exercising, and getting plenty of rest are key to maintaining good health. Some of the tips for maintaining good health are to Eat a variety of nutrient rich foods, Eat moderate portions, Do not skip meals ,Walk more, Get enough sleep, Activities such as playing an instrument, games, or reading give the brain necessary exercise to improve health.

FACTS ABOUT HEALTH:

  • Your feet have 500,000 sweat glands.
  • Your nose can recognize 50,000 different odors.
  • Laughing can increase blood flow by 20%
  • Skin is the largest organ in the body and it defends against diseases and infections.
  • Being an optimist may help you live longer.
  • Learning a new language or playing a musical instrument gives your brain a boost.
  • Drinking coffee can reduce the risk of depression.
  • Writing things by hand will help you remember them.

Gujarat government announces Solar Power Policy, 2021

Gujarat government announces Solar Power Policy, 2021

     The Chief Minister of Gujarat, Vijay Rupani on December 29, 2020, announced the Solar Power Policy, 2021 for the next five years. The policy aims at reducing the power costs of the industrial units by almost 50% while also removing any capacity ceiling for setting up a solar project in the state.

     The latest policy by the government also allows the consumers to give their premises or roofs on lease to the third party for the generation as well as consumption of power on the same premises. The announcement by CM was made in Gandhinagar in the presence of Saurabh Patel, State Energy Minister, and Sunaina Tomar, Principal Secretary (Energy & Petrochemicals).

     The Chief Minister of the state while informing about the new policy stated that a result of this new Solar Power Policy, the increase in production and consumption cost for the industries. It will also contribute to the ‘Made in Gujarat’ brand to increase its presence in the global market.

     CM Shri Vijay Rupani announces Gujarat Solar Power Policy 2021 with an aim to reduce production cost and give boost to competitively priced ‘Made in Gujarat’ brands in the global market.

     The current power cost of the industries in Gujarat state is Rs.8 per unit which is likely to get halved because of the latest Solar Power Policy 2021. This Solar Power Policy will also help them in competing in the global market.

     The new solar policy, apart from lifting the cap on the solar plant’s size and also allowing the consumers to give their premises or roofs on a lease, will also allow the group of consumers to set up the solar projects for the self-consumption as a collective ownership project. It will allow them to consume the generated energy as per ratio of their ownership.

     The major breakthrough of the policy is, it has done away with the ceiling on the installed capacity of the solar plant. Previously, the cap on the solar project as allowed by the government was 50% of the contracted demand or sanctioned load.

  • According to the new policy, the government will be able to purchase the surplus energy from the micro, small and medium enterprises, and residential consumers after setting off against their consumption.
  • The consumers will be allowed to sell their surplus solar power at a tariff of Rs. 2.25 per unit.
  • As per the Gujarat state government, DISCOMS will be able to purchase power from small scale solar projects at 20 paise per unit tariff for the projects that are up to 4MW.
  • The solar power association also welcomes the step of removing the capacity restrictions for all the categories of industrial, commercial, and residential consumers.

The Gujarat state government, in 2015, announced the solar policy for increasing the growth the supply of affordable power of the sector. PM Modi had also earlier laid the foundation of the country’s largest hybrid renewable energy park with a capacity of 30 Gigawatt in Kutch, Gujarat.

HOW TO BELIEVE IN OURSELVES

We all are humans and we all have made some mistakes. We chose the wrong person to spend our time with. We made the wrong decision of quitting that job or we made the wrong choice to leave a once in a lifetime oppurtunity. Whatever the reason,we all have somethings that we wish we wouldn’t have done or we wish we would have and those regrets and our feelings make us feel unsure about our decision making abilities and makes us lose our confidence in our self and before we know it we just have no idea what to do. The dread of making the same mistakes cripples our mind.

GET A HOLD OF YOUR THOUGHTS– The universal truth is that we have the full power and control over what we dwell on. It’s completely our choice whether we want to keep looking back feeling bad or get our shit together and leave the past to the past and just focus on what we have now. You look back and regret “Oh i wish i wouldn’t have eaten so much look at me now i’m so fat” ,” I wish i hadn’t said that”you keep on wishing and wishing that the past somehow changes but it can’t. So, tell me what’s the damn point?

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GET A HOLD OF THE PRESENT– You did what you did you got fat, you got divorced , you failed , you lost the job alright, now what? What are you going to do so that those things never happen again. Your actions and your decisions are yours and yours only take full responsibility. Accept what you did, accept the fact that you’re not God. If you’re always hesitating and always unsure and always low on confidence those things will happen again. You’ll never be able to lose weight if you’re unsure about your decision to start dieting. You’ll lose the right person again if you keep on dwelling over your commitment issues, you’ll lose the interview if low self esteem is found in your demeanor.

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BUILD SELF ESTEEM– If you’re like me a prideful person,every failure and every bad choice makes you feel very embarrassed and those choices literally cause us physical and mental pain. It causes us to lose respect for our own selves. WE BERATE OURSELVES MORE THAN ANY CRITIC OUT THERE which ultimately decreases our self esteem. If you don’t respect yourself who else will? If you bad mouth yourself if you are your own bully then how in the God’s gracious hell will you ever be able to believe in yourself? How can you expect to achieve great things with a demon always pulverizing your confidence and literally throwing you on the ground every time you try to stand up.It is your responsibility to exorcise the demon in your brain and tell it to shut up. You listen to what brings you up and be deaf to those lingering shadows that want to bring you down. Only you can do that.

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SPEAK ONLY GOOD THINGS ABOUT YOURSELF – What you say repeatedly about yourself is how your brain perceives your self image. Ever heard of the saying that if you can’t speak something good about someone then you shouldn’t speak something bad. Similarly, speak good things about yourself call yourself pretty, handsome, smile more try and to have fun more, say you’re smart, say you’re talented, say that you can have everything and achieve everything if you worked hard for it and then do it. You will be surprised how much your life will change if you start complimenting yourself.

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FIND GOOD THINGS ABOUT YOURSELF – in order to believe in ourselves we need to first know that we are a force to be reckoned with. Celebrate your past achievements.Think of all the hard times that have passed you and how you tackled them. Look at the good things about yourself and appreciate them . Start liking yourself no matter what kind of a person you are .

Quotes About Finding Yourself

FIND WHO YOU WANT TO BE – We all have an ideal person inside our mind with good eating,sleeping, exercising habits who is productive energetic and funny someone who is positive and who takes good care of him/herself. Be excited that you have a chance to improve who you are and that with little effort put everyday your life can change drastically. Try to be a person you would be proud of.

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LEARN ELIMINATION – Learn to eliminate bad thoughts and bad people from your life. Eliminating people who keep reminding us of our mistakes, our misfortunes or imperfections are the ones who we need to stay from the most. You have controlled the inner demons in your head now it’s time to control the real life ones.

LEARN HOW TO IGNORE – Let’ face it we can’t run away from everyone. We need to learn how to filter and the art of just not caring. Let them say what they want to say, stop letting people’s words get to you. Other people’s words cannot define your future, only you and your actions can do so. Learn that and just move on. You’re not born to live up to people’s expectations you’re born to do what really drives you. Do not let others dim the flame that you ignited with such difficulty.

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BELIEVE YOU CAN DO IT– Believing in your capabilities is the first step you can take towards achieving your goals whether its losing 10 kg or a 100 it’s up to you.It’s your commitment to the task, to your life that you want to improve. Drive yourself, don’t wait for others to pick you up be your own back bone and believe that “you can do it” that you’ve got this and repeat it again and again like a mantra. Get yourself pumped up, if life is kicking you in the gut be angry and punch it back by getting back up and getting out of the negativity and low self esteem and don’t back down till you’ve landed a decent punch on the world on your critics on everyone who has made you feel unworthy or ugly or dumb by doing something which they thought you could never do which you yourself thought that you’re incapable of . Prove them wrong, prove that inner voice in your head wrong.Make it your life’s goal.Be selfish, do it for yourself, have some pride and just stop caring because you know in your heart of hearts that you can do it.

How can Education Change the World?

Former president of South Africa, Nelson Mandela had quoted- Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. Most of the people cannot fully understand the role that education plays in our society.

Role of education in our life

Here are some reasons explaining the role of education.

Education helps us to express our views and opinions. It helps us to understand and elaborate our opinions on various complex topics. It assists us to explain our point of view in the topics which have no clear answer. We can share information and have conversations efficiently and aptly.

The knowledge acquired by education influences us to broaden the boundary of our thoughts. This makes us creative and productive. It aids us in thinking out of the box. Literate people are more likely to think before they act and hence avert bad decisions. Good and creative thoughts built a confident and lively individual.

Education is not just about books and writing, it develops our character. We learn to respect, help and be kind to everyone. We become aware of gender inequality, racism and other discriminations and help the nation to overcome all these issues. A good character is what makes a person dignified amongst all.

Education system brings out the hidden talent of the student and helps in nurturing it and giving it the right direction. The teachers focus on personality development of students through conducting activities like extempore, debate, speech, singing, dancing, drawing etc. Education brings out tomorrow’s leaders and leaders shape the future of society, nation and the world.

It also helps us to face difficult situations in life. An educated individual is always prepared to cope with unpredictable situations like a loss, a shock, a conflict and an emergency. We learn that this is a part of life and we should move on. The ups and downs make our life’s journey incredible and unforgettable.

We learn about the various phenomena happening in the world and space. We learn about machines, plants, our own bodies, forests, animals, various scientists and their experiments, authors, poets, famous places and so much more. This makes us aware of the beauty of nature and the universe.

We get many more job opportunities when we are educated and get a good income and become more successful due to immense knowledge. There may be a range of perspectives on the best way to move our economy forward, but one element essential to any answer is education for everyone.

More the education in a country, higher the literacy rate. It is observed that countries which have high literacy rates have lower percentages of poor people. Education assists to alleviate poverty to a huge extent. This is the reason why governments of various countries stress upon educating everyone.

A tool to change the world

Education is a way to change life. It builds a character of a person and brings out and nurtures the hidden talent and skills of the individual. It is observed that educated people are less likely to resolve a conflict through the means of violence. With such great impacts of education in our society, everyone has the right to get access to education. Thus, education creates a tranquil atmosphere in the world and indeed, education is the weapon that can change the world.

Eating less is better than Eating more

Do you overeat? Well if you do, then you are inviting the houses of diseases into your body. You overeat when you are tempted to eat delicious food surrounding around you. Some people overeat due to stress. Food is a necessity in our life. We should eat only when it is enough for our body.

Overeating cause laziness and obesity. Today many students overeat without doing exercise which cause health problems at a young age. They just eat and get busy with their laptop and phones without doing any exercise. People eating in depression results to weight gaining. Binge-eating disorder people consume large amount of foods. Disease like heart disease, strokes and diabetes can occur in our body. Younger people like to eat sweets and chocolates more. This can increase their calories.

Eating less with healthy food can maintain your health and boost your energy. A proper diet plan is good for human being and can make your brain active. You feel better and can avoid laziness. You are free to eat snacks or junk food , but in small portions. This will give you satisfaction as well no extra fat that wil harm your body. Eating too less can also be bad for our body which results in malnutrition. That’s why you should take proper meal. This can increase your goal to live longer. You will feel less aged. Eat the right amount of calories for you. Drink water and sugar free drinks to quench your thirst. Eat your meal satisfied rather than eating full.

Eat less, Eat healthy. Stay fit

Scientists Discover a New Whale Population in the Indian Ocean

New Delhi: Scientists had found evidence of unknown population of blue whales living in the western Indian Ocean based on an analysis of sound recordings from the region, reported The New York Times.

According to a recently published study in the journal Species Research, this group of whales has its own distinct song or sound, different from any other whale song. So far, only about a dozen blue whale songs – each of which is a distinct identifier of a unique population – have been documented. Several blue whale populations have previously been recognised based on their distinct songs.

scientists involved in the study first recorded the song while undertaking research focused on Omura’s whales in the coast of Madagascar. It soon became apparent to the researchers that they had found a previously unidentified population of blue whales.

“It was quite remarkable to find a whale sound in our data that was completely unique, never before reported, and recognize it as a blue whale,” said Dr Salvatore Cerchio, who led the analysis of recordings of the whales. “With all that work on blue whale songs, to think there was a population out there that no one knew about until 2017, well, it kind of blows your mind,” Cerchio said.

Researchers said that they had initially assumed that the whales in question belonged to the same population of blue whales near Sri Lanka that had already been studied.

Before their recording effort off Oman, there were no acoustic data from the Arabian Sea, and so the identity of that population of blue whales was initially just a guess,” said study co-author Andrew Willson from Five Oceans Environmental Services LLC. “Our work shows that there is a lot more to learn about these animals, and this is an urgent requirement in light of the wide range of threats to large whales related to expanding maritime industries in the region.”

Hunted to near extinction, the number of blue whales shrank from 250,000 to around 1,000 by 1950s and started to recover from their dwindling numbers only recently following a global moratorium on commercial whaling.

“For 20 years we have focused work on the highly endangered Arabian Sea humpback whale, for which we believe only about 100 animals remain off the coast of Oman,” said Suaad Al Harthi of the Environment Society of Oman.

Weight of it is upto 380,000 pounds and stretching 100 feet long, the blue whale the largest creature to have ever lived on Earth , might at first seem difficult for human eyes and ears to miss.

VERONIKA DECIDES TO DIE: BOOK REVIEW

“Veronika Decides to Die” gives you an impression the book is depressing, right? I can assure you it isn’t.

Paulo Coelho, the best selling Brazillian author brings another beautifully woven story. It is bound to make you sad and leave you happy by the end. The story does begin with a depressing tone but takes a twist no one expects.


The story revolves around a 24- year-old girl, Veronika. Veronika lives in Ljubljana, Slovenia and has everything one asks for in life. She is beautiful, has loving parents, a lover and a job. But a feeling of fear that everything will go downhill for her after 24 takes over her mind. So, one evening she sits near her window with a bottle of painkillers. As she starts talking one pill at a time, she takes a look at all the things outside which she sees every day. Slowly, she started getting sleepy but death had not yet come.


The plan to kill herself fails and she woke up to find herself in a mental hospital, Villette. The doctor tells her that her attempt at suicide had failed and her heart had taken the toll of it. She finds out that she has a week only to live. Her world had taken an unexpected turn.


Coelho then goes on to explain how he came to know about Veronika’s story. He relates to her story because his parents also admitted him into a mental institution for his “unusual behaviour”. But Coelho appears in the story for a brief moment only.


Coming back to Veronika, shocked and resistant to live in Villette she tries to find a way out of there. But she fails at this too. Reluctantly she becomes friend with Mari, who suffers from panic attacks. Later she claims that she might have fallen in love with Eduard, a schizophrenic. Somehow she slowly gave in and accepted her reality. She decided to live the last few days of her life to the fullest.


Dr Igor, one of the main characters of the stories gives Veronika series of shocks to test his medical theory. He wants to prove through his experiment that he can shock someone into wanting to live again by convincing them that their death is around the corner. That is exactly what he did with Veronika.


Veronika finds herself on a journey to discover herself before she dies. She rediscovers her passion for piano. She played the piano every evening that lifted the spirits of many at Villette. She suffered a heart-attacks throughout the week, she found her desire to live again.


Coelho, makes you rethink your decisions and your routines. Just like all his other books, this book also successfully connects with its readers. Like Veronika, all of us have had moments in our life where we thought the only way out is to die. Paulo gives his readers a new hope to live. You will reevaluate your reasons to continue living. He leaves a hidden message that there a number of reasons in this world to live and suicide is not an option. A moment can change your life.


I recommend this book to everyone especially the people who have been suicidal some time in life. Veronika decides to Die is not a long read. The stories winds up in around 200 pages. By the end of the book, it will leave its readers happy to be alive. Paulo focuses on the fact that even the slightest of change in perspective can make a broken person stronger.

BENEFITS OF POSITIVE THINKING

Life sometimes can be hard. There are times when we are giving our 100% but it still isn’t enough.When we do the right things but only trouble follows. It almost feels like nothing good is ever going to happen to us. So in times like these how should you stay positive and what will positive thinking do ?

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HELPS US TO MOVE ON – After the bad breaks the negative mind sits and ponders while the positive mind says “next time it will be better”. A negative person will cry over spilled milk while a positive mind will clean it. One is inactive other is proactive.

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IMPROVES OUR MOOD – We all are humans all of us feel low sometimes but how we choose to get outside of our head and how we stop the overthinking is what differentiates us. Having a positive attitude fills our lives with hopes and dreams and thus helps us to combat depression. Instead of fearing our future it give us the courage to look forward.

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REDUCES STRESS – “You can do it“, “you will find the right guy/girl”,
You will make it on time“,”you’re smart and beautiful one of a kind“.If our mind keeps shouting these things instead of all the negative crap how can we ever get stressed right?If we are our own biggest cheerleaders then no matter how bad things get we’ll be able to handle it because there is a voice echoing in our brain saying “you got this“.

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IMPROVES OUR PERSONALITY – If you went out on a date what kind of a person would you like to be with the funny one with a smile on his/her face or the one who’s complaining in every sentence? Believe it or not people have auras and vibes that they project and no one and by no one i mean absolutely no one likes a complaining person.Having a positive attitude not only projects you as a confident and a happy person but also makes you much more attractive and easy to talk to.

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MAKES US STRONG – “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade” that kind of attitude will help you sail through the tough times smoother than ice cream. Never think that bad times prevent you from being happy, happiness comes from within positivism comes from within. It’s the way we react to our situations that increase or decrease our happiness. Once you’re used to facing adversity with a smile on your face bad times are not enough to move you.

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GOOD FOR HEALTH – What we say again and again comes true. If you spew out bad things about yourselves like “I’m not pretty enough, i’m not good enough i’m fat, i’m too thin, i’ll never be that rich, i’ll never date that guy/girl” GUESS WHAT? It might just come true. Having a scorn on your face will increase your wrinkles make you more prone to anxiety,make you less confident and discontent and make you very unhappy and sad which will directly take a toll on your health.

UNDERWATER WORLD

ABOUT UNDERWATER WORLD:

There is a world inside water which is the underwater world. The underwater world is an amazing place full of mysterious and wonderful creatures. The underwater world is filled with beauty, color, and life. There are over millions of known species of plants and animals in our oceans and many millions maybe still be discovered.The animals in the underwater world are aquatic. They are purely a pleasure to see.

WHY IS AQUATIC LIFE IMPORTANT? :

Aquatic life is one part of many life cycles that exist to maintain the equilibrium of the entire life cycle. The food chain is dependent on aquatic animals. Human beings also depend on many aquatic animals and plants to survive. The aquatic wildlife gives the sources of food, energy, jobs, atmospheric oxygen, and global climate change. Other than fish Snails, worms, turtles, frogs, marsh birds, alligators, beavers, otters, snakes, and many types of insects live in the aquatic ecosystem.

AQUATIC ANIMALS:

In Underwater World, aquatic animals consist of mammals like whales, mollusks such as sea snails, cnidarians, also known as jellyfish, and crustaceans like crabs. Aquatic animals which live in river, lakes, and pond are freshwater animals. Aquatic animals that live in oceans are Marine or saltwater animals. Some animals live on both land and water such as snails, crabs, and turtles, etc….

INTERESTING SEA CREATURES OF UNDERWATER WORLD:

There are also interesting and mysterious sea creatures in the underwater world. Some of them are,

  • PURPLE EYED GOBY:-

It is also known as Gudgeon, Hovering Goby, Pinkeye Goby, Purple-eye Goby, Purple-eyed Dwarf Goby, Purple-eyed Goby, Redeye Goby, Red-eyed Goby, Reef Goby. It is mainly found in small schools hovering in the branches of Acropora Corals over shallow lagoon reefs.

  • PINE CONE FISH:-

The Pinecone Fish, also called the Pineapple Fish and Knight-fish is covered with spines and has a brilliant yellow body. The body is covered by heavy, platelike scales that overlap, giving the fish the appearance of a pinecone-hence its name.

  • FLYING FISH:-

These fish got their name due to their ability to fly above water to avoid predators. This fish can fly above the water for up to 45 seconds at a time. This fish has large pectoral fins that enable it to leap out of the water and fly above the surface for a few seconds.

  • GREEN NUDIBRANCH:-

It grows to at least 50 mm in length. Its body is covered with raised green nodules. The bright colors of this nudibranch species are an aposematic warning to predators. They are hermaphrodites.

  • PHYCODOROUS EQUES:-

It is also known as a leafy sea dragon. It is found along the southern and western coasts of Australia. The name is derived from the appearance, with long leaf-like protrusions coming from all over the body.

  • SUNFISH:-

Sunfish is the world’s heaviest bony fish. The average adult may weigh 1000 kg and the highest recorded weight is 2300 kg. The main prey of ocean sunfish is jellyfish.

  • DUMBO OCTOPUS:-

Dumbo octopuses move by slowly flapping their ear-like fins, and they use their arms to steer. Dumbo octopuses’ primary predators are diving fishes and marine mammals, including tunas, sharks, and dolphins. The Dumbo octopus is the deepest-living genus of all known octopuses. It lives at least 13,100 feet (4,000 m) below the surface.

  • RIBBON EEL:-

Ribbon eels are colorful animals that are a species of a moray eel. The Ribbon Eel is a very distinctive looking eel with their sharp head and enlarged fan like nasal openings. They will slowly extend themselves out the hole almost imperceptibly and swing closer and closer to the target fish.

SOME FUN FACTS OF UNDERWATER WORLD:

  • Walruses can stay underwater for up to 30 minutes on a single breath.
  • Sea turtles can’t hide in their shells.
  • 95% of the underwater world is yet to be explored.
  • Dolphins sleep with only half of their brain and one eye open so they can watch for predators and other treats.
  • Great White Sharks can go as long as 3-6 months without eating.

Farmers suicide in India

India is known as the agri-based economy. It is too much depended on agriculture. Agriculture is done by the farmers which feed crops to the entire country with their hardwork. They are known as the backbone of our nation.

Farmers are faced by many problems in our country. The news in papers are all about suicides. Everyday the farmers are committing suicides. Some drink pesticides, while some hang themselves in their houses. Why? Poverty is major issue for the farmers. They do not get the enough minimum support price that they should get by the government. They are not getting the right price for their crops. They cannot maintain the needs required for their living. In order to meet their needs, the farmers take loans that they are incapable to repay. Due to this, they are caught into indebtness.

Farmers are also dependent on seasons. If there are no rains, the entire crops get wasted. Drought also yield to crop like wheat, corn failure.

Recently, the farmers protest for the farm laws passed by the government. The protests took place in punjab, Haryana and uttar pradesh. But sadly to get attention from media and government, they had to face very unfortunate acts. The police tried to stop these farmers by using water cannons. Farmers suffered from cold and the food was not sufficient for enough days.

To avoid the issues regarding the farmers, we should help and educate them which will reduce their suicidal issues. The panchayats of the village should help them by canceling all their debts and prevent them from getting loan. The Indian government has to do more to support the farmers. They should improve storage facilities. Research said that to abandon support price and provide them income support. Create more farmers market because this will reduce their transport and storage costs.

HOW SNAKE LOST IT’S LEGS🐍

ORGIN OF SNAKE

Snake is a family tree of Reptails all reptails will move slowly and it can survive in both water and land but snake hos no leg now but 150 Million years ago the snakes which had a legs and it used leg to survive .

The above image is decayed snake bone research says around 150M years before all the snakes lived with leg by due to earth evolution it lost its legs and survived in the land without leg and it try to move in zig-zag manner to move one place to another . Snakes are reptiles with no legs. They move by using their muscles to push their scales against the ground or other objects.

HOW SNAKE LOST

How it lost? , we didn’t get clear idea because bone of the snake is rare. We didn’t get snakes bone between 150M -100Million years so we didn’t get clear idea about how it lost its leg it is mistry.

Researchers found two type of snake that has leg and they lived in different locations one is under water another is on the ground and due to earths evaluation the answer for this question is mistry. We doesn’t have exact answer for it.

TRY TO GIVE LEGS TO SNAKE BY ARTIFICIAL

By the research for growing leg and hand the gene called “SONIC HEDGEHOG” is shortly called as SSH it plays a role to grow legs and hand not only snake for all living organism including human also. And HOXD13 enzymes is used to grow fingers for all living organism .

The snake has it both SSH and HOXD13 but it can’t promote (enhancer) is less so it is growing but not visible it is tiny and not growing large and lost it now a days living snake .

HOXD13 and SSH

The scientist try to give enhancer and retrive the snakes leg the research is going on . They try to introduce in rats egg and now research is doing on.

They found that python have small leg while laying eggs, but it doesn’t have enhancer to develop the legs and finger to the snakes.

ALSO LOST EAR

Though it lost legs and it can’t stand so it is always on touch body with ground so it can here every vibration on earth so need of ear is not nessasary for it so it lost its earing power and finaly lost its ear.

Though it does not have ear to hear it feel the vibration on earth and survives.

FACT’S ABOUT SNAKE

  • Snakes are carnivores (meat eaters).
  • Snakes don’t have eyelids.
  • Snakes can’t bite food so have to swallow it whole
  • Snakes are found on every continent of the world except Antarctica.
  • Snakes have internal ears but not external ones.

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Make a resolution to use local products says PM

MAKE A RESOLUTION TO USE LOCAL PRODUCTS SAYS PM

     Prime minister Narendra Modi urged the people of the nation to make a New Year resolution to substitute foreign-made products for local goods in 2021, in his last Mann ki Baat.

     Mr. Narendra Modi mentioned that manufacturers have to make sure that Indian-made products are up to global standards, as a part of the government’s Atmanirbhar Bharat (self-reliant India) push and the Vocal for Local campaign.

     He asked Indians to make a list of daily used products and identify which ones are made abroad and look for Indian substitutes.

     “The abroad made things are unknowingly putting us down, let us find out the Indian substitutes for them and replace them, let us use the products which are made with the hard work and sweat of the Indian people, we make resolutions every year so, this year let us make a New Year resolution for the sake of our country”, Mr.Modi said.

     “ Getting rid of India of single-use plastic should be another resolution for 2021. Due to the pandemic, the topic of single-use was discussed much this year. Later he said our country had learned a lesson with every challenge we faced this year due to the whole COVID-19 pandemic. “ he said.

  Amid the ongoing agitation by farmers from Punjab against the farm laws,   Prime Minister spoke of the sacrifices of Guru Teg Bahadur, Mata Gujari, Guru Gobind Singh, and his sons, remembered as the four Sahibzade, and Zorawar Singh and Fateh Singh, adding that it was this kind of sacrifices that kept the fabric of India intact.

     He also mentioned the increase in the leopard population from 7,900 in 2014 to 12,852 in 2020. The Prime minister reminded the listeners that it was Geeta Jayanti two days ago by referring to the “uniqueness” of the Bhagavat Geeta.

      The Congress on Sunday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of “showing insensitivity” towards farmers. The party said while Mr. Modi spoke on everything from “garbage to animals” in his last Mann ki Baat broadcast of the year, he did not mention the farmers’ agitation.

    Congress MP from Punjab Ranveet Singh Bittu said the Union government, before its next meeting with farmers, should withdraw the clause of penalty for stubble burning in the farm laws and the Electricity (Amendment) Bill 2020 in its entirety.

     “Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke on garbage to animals in his last Mann ki Baat but did not speak a word about the farmers’ agitation. Surely, a Prime Minister who as a tea-seller has spent time on railway platforms should understand the pains of the farmers”, Mr.Bittu said at a press conference here.

     Mr.Bittu said many soldiers posted at the borders with Pakistan and China too had requested the government to intervene at the earliest so that their parents can return home.

     “We don’t understand what the government wants? The farmers have been sitting on protest for 32 days now, many have died due to the biting cold. Does the government want their blood,” he asked.

The Great Indian Banking Crisis.

For a few years now we have witness number of banks and other financial institution crumbled to dust. Apart from PMC (Punjab and Maharashtra Co-Operative) Bank and Yes Bank crisis there are several small banks crisis that have barely been reported and recently RBI have red flagged as many as 11 bank. So how come most important financial institution of our country are falling apart one by one?

Well the failure of several financial institutions and more importantly banking are mainly due to these reasons. Firstly, Indian banks mainly public sector banks(PSB) are loaded with non performing assets (NPA). This implies that they find it difficult to lend more money to industries and other business out of fear which leads to fall in capital formation which in turn leads to reduction in growth of an economy. Secondly, Public Sector Banks are not professional enough that is government still controls the appointment to their boards and their management are short of talents. Thirdly, Banks are made to do too much and take too much risk. They are made to bear the burden of loan waiver and direct lending. All banks suffer miserably due to lack of well develop financial system that could take some risk.

The banking system in India is overwhelmed by bad loans ( loans which bank fails to recover along with interest). Much of the blame is put on the poor performance of public sector bank but recent crisis in YES BANK shows that problem of poor governance, lack of transparency, government interference is same across all banks in both public and private through direct or indirect channel. And how small solution like privatisation is not a solution to any problems.

Any banking reform should address 2 important areas:

  1. Cleaning up banks
  2. Improve governance and management in Public sector banks

Cleaning up Banks

Under IBFC law, National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) helps to restructure the loans for the largest firms but it’ll be overwhelmed if every stressed firms files before it. So, we need to find a way for out of court restructuring process so the many cases are restructure out of bankruptcy and NCLT acting as a last resort. Out of case settlement process should be transparent, speedy and it should protect the interest of bankers and harass them using central agency of CBI, CVC, ED on the other hand NCLT should be more transparent and speedy.

Improving Governance

Public sector has still not adequately professionalized since government rather than a independent body appoint boards member which inevitably leads to government interference. Every public sectors bank should independent body which have a power and authority to appoint CEO and hold him responsible for performance. Productivity of employees should also increased through imparting new skills and knowledge as PSBs has a huge talent deficit. Lateral entry should also be promoted at the top most. Banking system should not made to bear risk of the government electoral promises of loan waiver and direct benefit transfer targets because these are often achieved by abandoning appropriate procedure and create environment for future NPA and these measure constraint state and central government budget spending.

Over the there have been many debate and discussion over solution to fix the flaws of about the great Indian Banking crisis. All these debate and discussion often leads two common answers: Privatization of PSBs and Merger of Small and non performing PSBs to good performing and well managed PSBs.

Privatization of Banks

Privatization of Public Sector Banks (PSB) means to process in which government transfer the ownership and control to private entity by selling of its shares. Much of the discussion and debate over privatization are based on the ideology one believes in. Definitely, if the PSBs are given more independence in decision making, policy making and especially in recruitment of high skilled workers it’ll lead to some better result. However believing privatization is the solution to all the problems are short sightedness and foolish. The crisis of YES BANK only brought the biggest vulnerability in Indian banking system, the interference of government across all the bank both private and public is a big reality and lack of proper management and governance across all sector is also a reality which cannot be ignored.

Merger of Banks

Merger of banks often prescribed as solution to address the problem of poor goverance. In this process the poor manage banks are merged with good managed and governed banks. It is uncertain whether this process will result in a good result for collective performance of both banks but it’ll depends on ability of good bank management to impose its policy and will without alienating the employees of poor managed banks. Recently India government merge 10 PSBs and India is left with 12 Public sector banks. Whether this move is a success or not only time will tell.

Bank and other financial institution plays an important role in growth of any economy. It accepts deposit from an individual and lends that any people or business. It gives interest to people who deposit their savings and charges interest on loans, the difference between the two is its profit. Through process of accepting deposit and lending money (loans) leads to capital formation which is very important component of growth of an economy. So the government and all the stakeholder should pay a serious attention on the fragility of Indian banking system.

Abandoning and ill-treatment of old parents

How much do you love your parents? From the small baby to the present you, they loved you unconditionally. Completing your every demand that you wished from your childhood. Can you repay the love by loving them till their end?

In today’s scenario, many old parents are abandoned by their own children. They left them at their poorly state. They feel burden to keep their old parents at home. Many parents are mistreated by snatching all the money by their children and thrown out of their own houses. They become helpless and cannot do anything. How can someone bare to see their parents crying?

What is the importance of celebrating Father’s day and mother’s day? They just show the love in the social media posts but they don’t show the actual love that they need the most in real life. They don’t spend much time together with them. In the old stage, they don’t want live lonely. They need the love and care that they had given the same to their own child.

For such cases, various laws has passed for the security of old parents. They can sue or file a complaint against them for such actions. The person can have 6 month jail for such shameful actions. For their safety various old age homes are provided for them with shelter and food.

This should be stopped and we need to learn and value our parents. Respect and love them . Help and be the support system of them.

INDIA

ABOUT INDIA:

India is the largest country in the south Asia Region, located primarily in the center of the subcontinent. It is an extremely diverse country, with vast differences in geography, climate, culture, languages. India remains to be one of the world’s fastest-growing economies and one of the fastest developing countries. Diversity of India in terms of geography, religion, races, food, and living habits of her people.

POPULATION OF INDIA:

India population in 2020 is estimated to be 1.38 Billion (138 crores). India is the second most populous country, after China and US is the third populous country in the world.  India’s population is young and more than half of the population is under the age of 35.

WHAT IS INDIA KNOWN FOR:

India is known for so many and is famous for its hundreds of things. Firstly, TAJ MAHAL is one of the seven wonders in the world. Taj Mahal was build in the 17th century by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan for his wife Mumtaz in Agra. It is also known for its diversity, its spirituality, its population, its sporting culture, and also Indian foods.

INDIAN CULTURE:

India has a diverse and distinct culture that has been developing for thousands of years and varies from region to region. Indian culture is one o f the milestones in the history of Indian literature. Culture is like a living organism, which can sustain and progress only when it shows adaptability in full abundance. Indian culture is as many-sided as life. It includes the intellectual and social aspects of any human being. It also takes account of the aesthetic instinct as well as the spiritual impulses of human beings.

STATES OF INDIA:

There are a total of 28 states and 8 union territories in India. Every state is ruled by a Chief Minister. The 28 states of India are,

  • Andhra Pradesh
  • Arunachal Pradesh
  • Assam
  • Bihar
  • Chhattisgarh
  • Goa
  • Gujarat
  • Haryana
  • Himachal Pradesh
  • Jharkhand
  • Karnataka
  • Kerala
  • Madhya Pradesh
  • Maharashtra
  • Manipur
  • Meghalaya
  • Mizoram
  • Nagaland
  • Odisha
  • Punjab
  • Rajasthan
  • Sikkim
  • Tamil Nadu
  • Telangana
  • Tripura
  • Uttar Pradesh
  • Uttarakhand
  • West Bengal

SPORTS IN INDIA:

Sports are good for any nation. Various games are played in India. Sports in India are badminton, football, shooting, wrestling, boxing, tennis, squash, weightlifting, gymnastics, athletics, table tennis, basketball, volleyball, and cycling. Popular indigenous sports include chess, kho-kho, kite-fighting, leg cricket, polo, snooker, and Gilli danda. India’s sporting icons such as chess wizard VISWANATH ANAND, cricket legend SACHIN TENDULKAR, billiards maestro GEETSETHI, tennis duo LEANDER PAES and MASHESH BOOPATHY are currently rated among the world’s best.

INTERESTING INDIAN FACTS:

  • There is an underwater waterfall in the Indian ocean
  • India is the second-largest producer of wheat, rice, sugar, groundnut, and inland fish.
  • There is a place in Bongaigaon Assam where River Champawati meets Brahmaputra and the scene represents our India map
  • Maysynram in India is noted as being the wettest place on earth is with over 11 meters of rain falling every year.
  • The steel wires used to make Bandra Worli sea link is equal to the earth’s circumference.

ENVIRONMENT

WHAT IS ENVIRONMENT? :

Everything around us is known as the environment. The environment is the total of land, water, air, and other living organisms. The environment is the area where we live. The environment also has an interrelationship with human beings. The environment is important to all. Changes in the environment affect living things. Today many people are working to protect the environment.

TYPES:

According to Kurt Lewin, the environment is simply classified as THREE types that influence the personality of an individual. They are,

  • PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT:-

                                             The physical environment refers to geographical climates and weather or physical conditions. The human working efficiency can also depend on the climatic conditions.

  • SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT:-

                                                                     The social and cultural environment includes an individual’s social and political conditions.

  • PSYCHOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT:-

                                                             The physiological environment enables us to understand the personality of an individual. Both the person and his goal form a psychological environment. By adopting this mechanism, the individual is helped in his adjustment to the environment.

STRUCTURE OF ENVIRONMENT:

                                                      The environment is both physical and biological. It includes both living and non-living components. They are,

  • Physical environment

The physical environment is classified into three broad categories. They are,

  • Solid
  • Liquid
  • gas  

WHY IS ENVIRONMENT IMPORTANT? :

 The environment is the key to the existence of life on earth. It matters because it provides air, food, and other essential needs. Environments also play an important role in regulating air and climate. . Without it, there can be no life on earth.There are other planets in the solar system without life because of a lack of environment. Hence the environment is important for all living beings to survive.

FUN FACTS ABOUT ENVIRONMENT!  :

  • AROUND 20 MILLION TREES ARE CUT DOWN EACH YEAR TO MAKE WOODEN CHOPSTICKS
  • TREES CAN HELP TO REDUCE NOISE POLLUTION
  • RECYCLING OF ONE TON PAPER CAN SAVE 17 TREES
  • HUMMINGBIRD’S EGGS ARE SMALLER THAN JELLY BEANS
  • DOLPHINS ARE MARINE MAMMALS AND NOT FISH
  • 75% OF EVERY VEHICLE IS RECYCLABLE
  • OVER 90% OF ALL VOLCANIC ACTIVITY HAPPENS IN THE OCEAN
  • WE EACH USE ABOUT 12,000 GALLONS OF WATER EACH YEAR

CONSEQUENCES OF ENVIRONMENT DEGRADATION:

Environmental Degradation occurs when the earth’s natural resources are depleted. It leads to weather extremes, species loss, rare specious disappearance, disasters, and over population. Land degradation and dam burst can lead to massive siltation and floods situation.

CAUSES OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTIONS:

                                        “ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION IS AN INCURABLE                                  DISEASE. IT CAN ONLY BE PREVENTED”.

                                                               -Barry Commoner

      Mainly the environment is polluted by air pollution, water pollution, and land pollution. Oil spillage causes environmental pollution when oil is spilled in water. Smoke and fumes from industries also lead to environmental pollution since it produces smoke that may limit oxygen supply. Land pollution is caused by accidental spills, landfill and litter dumping, use of chemical fertilizers.

HOW TO CONTROL ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION:

  1. Avoid excessive use of pesticides and chemical fertilizers
  2. Discharge of wastewater can be minimized
  3. Disposal of radioactive materials must be safe and secure            
  4. Use eco-friendly products
  5. Conduct pollution prevention programs
  6. Plant more trees
  7. Reduce waste production
  8. Avoid burning trashes and other materials.

How to stop procrastinating and get things done

Procrastination is an art and the perfect example of ignorance is a bliss. We ignore those piling assignments and reports that are due on Monday, we ignore the fact that a test is on it’s way and we haven’t even started yet. We keep on ignoring the important things that need to be done because of various reasons and live blissfully even if that bliss is followed by a hellish nightmare and then we wonder where did all the time go? Why didn’t we do it before? We regret and regret and the cycle continues. SO, how do we break it?

6 Powerful Quotes on How to Stop Procrastinating

YOU WILL NEVER FEEL LIKE IT, THERE IS NO IDEAL TIME– Before even beginning to sit down and do the work the first thing that we need to instill in our brains is that “feelings don’t matter”. If you always listen to the voice that tells you “i don’t feel like doing it right now” , you will never get anything done. Period. The ideal time starts when you make up your mind to change the situation rather than waiting for the situation to change.That is the no.1 difference between the person that you want to be and the person that you are.

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SIT DOWN AND MAKE A LIST – Get off from your bed sit on a table and a chair and write down all the things you need to get done, big and small. Making a list will bring your ignorant mind back to the reality by showing how much stuff is pending. A shock is needed to get your mind started. Turn off the WiFi, clean your room, drink a glass of water and begin.

START WITH THE EASY THINGS– Too often we procrastinate the things that we either don’t like or are too long and boring. Starting out with the small and easy things will not only get some stuff out of the way but also give us a bit of confidence to move on ahead with the list. Try to do the things that have close deadlines first.

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SET A TIMER AND TAKE BREAKS – Set a timer for 30 minutes and then take a 10 minute break. Then set a timer for 45 minutes and take a 15 minute break. Then set a timer for an hour and take a 20 minute break and then repeat the cycle and make sure that working time is for work only and break time is for fun only. NO MIXING!

BREAK DOWN THE BIG THINGS – Now that we are done with all the small things we needed to get done it’s time to begin with that big ass assignment waiting for us that we have been putting away for God knows how long. Instead of trying to do it all in one go,break it off. Suppose it has 60 questions and you need to get it done in 3 days, do 20 questions everyday instead of trying to do all 60 do little by little. Breaking down the big things not only makes it much less daunting but also helps us gain confidence.

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FOCUS ONLY ON ONE THING– Instead of having 120 books on your table keep only those things that you’re currently trying to finish. If you’re studying math then your table should only have math books nothing else. This is because too many books and stuff to do on our table not only makes it very stressful but it also chips away our concentration. Similarly keep away from your to do list and try not to read it over and over again as it will only make you panic more and work less.

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CONCENTRATE– Now that you have finally gotten to doing what you are supposed to be doing you might as well learn from it. The art of concentration is difficult but once you’re in the zone make sure nothing breaks the zone. Doing things halfheartedly will only make it much more difficult. Some people like listening to songs while studying which is all good till you see that you’re searching for your favorite song in the playlist rather than doing your work. When you’re truly concentrating nothing else matters no noise will reach your ears so if you’re fidgeting every 15 minutes to change the song, you’re getting distracted.


VOYAGER 1 FACTS

LAUCH AND JOURNEY

Launched on September 5, 1977, sixteen days after Voyager 2 which lifted off on August 20, Voyager 1 is now the furthest manufactured object from Earth,From a distance of 140 AU away (as on September 22, 2017), Voyager 1 is still in regular contact with the Deep Space Network, and receiving control inputs and return data.

It is still going away from solar system and capture what are all it seeing in it’s path and it going in target to reach Intersteller place and deep place

TRAVEL TO JUPITER

It traveled from Earth and reach the next next planet of Earth called as “Jupiter” there it started to capture a lot of pictures, including Jupiter’s moons and we can seen the small ring of jupiter. Below image 👇taken by Voyager 1 of an erupting volcano on Jupiter’s moon  came as a major surprise. Voyager also discovered that material ejected from volcanoes .since sulphur, oxygen, and sodium was detected by Voyager 1 right at the outer limits of Jupiter’s magnetosphere

IO moon of JUPITER

VOYAGER 1 AT SATERN

On moving gradually the very next to Jupiter is Satern it has large ring around planet , the planet’s upper atmosphere contains only about 7% helium. its helium abundance was expected to be about 11%, or the value for both the Sun and Jupiter.

Investigators are surmising that the heavier helium is sinking downward through the less-dense hydrogen in the planets’ atmosphere creating heat, which might explain why Saturn radiates more heat than it receives from the Sun. 

It only found Titan which is called as the Satern’s moon and it go away from solar system by crossed Uranus, Neptune and pluto .

SECRET CARRYING VOYAGER

In VOYAGER 1 they fixed a “Golden CD” and have a camera in VOYAGER which is used to take picture and store in that CD and also they have attached human normal activity like 55 languages shown in above image👆 , 115+ images in earth, beautiful place in earth, 95 songs ext.. Are stored in that Golden CD and put it to fly also capture as video rought to earth from flying place.

These are sent along with VOYAGER to any other species in universe like Aliens to know about our self and to come to earth,. If they found it they may come but till we didn’t get such image like from VOYAGER 1 .

END OF VOYAGER 1

When Voyager 1’s power supply gets too low, the probe’s handlers will switch back to the attitude-control thrusters, NASA officials said. (Voyager 1 is powered by a radioisotope thermoelectric generator, or RTG.

Voyager 1 is expected to keep its current touch with science instruments on through 2021. Voyager 2 is expected to keep its current touch with science instruments on through 2020. … Even if science data won’t likely be collected after 2025, engineering data could continue to be returned for several more years.

CONCLUSION

Here, when crossing the solar system it take whole solar system as single photo. There to see we are live in single dot, 👇

Solar system captured by VOYAGER 1

All the rich, poor and species are in single dot.

WHAT IS SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING?

 

Social Media Marketing is the use of social media platforms and websites to promote a product or service. Earlier, e-marketing and digital marketing were in vogue . But today, the term Social Media Marketing is gaining recognition. It connects you with your audience and helps in building your brand, increases sales and drives website traffic. It allows brands to establish their social media “tone” and “culture” and manage marketing campaign. 

The major social media platforms used are: Facebook, Twitter, Pintrest, Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube.

Through Social Media Marketing, companies keep in touch with individual followers. This helps instil loyalty into followers and potential customers. The use of new semantic analysis technology helps marketers detect buying signals. This includes content shared by people and questions posted.  

Below is a step by step guide you can use to enhance you social media presence:

  1. SETTING GOALS:

You should know what you want out of social media. Some may use social media for brand awareness whereas some may use it to drive website traffic. You should set realistic social media goals. To begin with, you should set small and achievable goals for yourself. This will scale your social media efforts and will be reasonable and affordable. 

You should pick out the social media platforms where your target audience is more. After creating a good social media presence on some platforms, you can expand it on other platforms as well. 

Your current social media marketing plan doesn’t have to be your plan forever. You can bring changes to it according to how your posts perform.

  1. PLANNING AND PUBLISHING:

Close to three billion people use the internet daily. In the initial stages, your main aim is being consistent on social media. All you’ve got to do is post pictures, videos or a blog post daily. This will bring you brand in the eyes of future customers. You need to plan your content beforehand and publish it at the right time. Also, being aware of your target audience is a must. Also, where does your target audience resides. A variety of social media scheduling tools allow you to publish your content on your preferred time.This saves your time and allows you to reach your audience when they engage with your content.

  1. ENGAGEMENT:

Engagement means that customers and stakeholders are active participants rather than passive. Engagement on social media can be divided into two parts: proactive and reactive conversations. Proactive means regularly posting content like photos and videos. Reactive conversations involve commenting and engaging. People might talk about your brand without your knowledge. So you will want to track conversations about your brand. But it is impossible to check all the notifications. Instead you can use a social media listening and engagement tool. It allows you to see all the mentions and messages throughout different platforms. It also enables you to see the posts that didn’t tag your business’s social media profile.

  1. ANALYTICS:

You will want to know how well your posts are doing in promoting and reaching out to people. You need to analyse the performance of your one post over the other. This will help you to fine tune your content for more engagement. Tracking the metrics of your content in real time will enable you to make small changes. It will save you from sweeping your entire strategy for a new one. You can be reactive in the short term to get the most out of your running campaign. Later,  proactively use these takeaways to inform your next major strategy. 

  1. ADVERTISING:

Promotion through social media ads is one way to promote your brand. It helps you reach greater audiences, even the people who don’t follow you. You can create ads according to your target audience. You can also specify the demographics, interests, etc. Social media advertising tools enable you to make bulk changes, automate processes and optimise ads.

Social media platforms are evolving everyday. You see some update almost everyday on the platforms you use. This means that social media marketing is also evolving everyday. Going with the current trends is one way of improving your content. People like to follow brands which post content with reference to the current trends. Because most of the users of social media consists of GenZs and millennials, it’s best to target them as your audience.

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Graphic design is the process of visual communication through the use of typography, photography, iconography and illustration. The field is considered a subset of visual communication and communication design. Graphic designs create and combine symbols, images and text to form visual representations of ideas and messages.

SKILLS

The graphic design requires exceptional creativity and innovation with excellent time management and organisational skills. It requires accuracy and attention towards detail and an understanding of the latest trends. Elements can be incorporated in both traditional and digital forms, which involves the use of visual arts, typography, and page layout techniques.

TYPOGRAPHY- It is the art and technique of arranging type to make written language legible, readable and appealing when displayed. The term typography is also applied to the style, arrangement, and appearance of the letters, numbers, and symbols created by the process. Type design is a closely related craft, sometimes considered part of typography. Typography also may be used as an ornamental and decorative device, unrelated to communication of information.

PHOTOGRAPHY- It is the art, application, and practice of creating durable images by recording light, chemically by means of a light-sensitive material such as photographic film. It is employed in many fields of science, manufacturing, and business, as well as its more direct uses for art, film and video production, hobby and mass communication.

ICONOGRAPHY- It is a branch of art history which studies the identification, description, and the interpretation of the content of images: the subjects depicted, the particular compositions and details used to do so, and the other elements which are distinct from artistic style.

ILLUSTRATION- It is a decoration, interpretation or visual explanation of a text, concept or process, designed for integration in published media, such as posters, flyers, magazines, books, teaching materials, animations, video games and films. An illustration is typically created by an illustrator. It also means providing an example either in writing or in picture form.

APPLICATIONS

Graphic design is applied to everything visual. Design can lead in selling a product or a idea. It is applied to products and elements of company identity such as logos, colors, packaging and text as part of advertising. Branding and advertising has become very important in the range of services offered by graphic designers. They often form a part of branding team. Graphic design is applied in the entertainment industry in decoration, scenery and visual story telling. From scientific journals to news reporting, the presentation of opinion and facts is improved with graphics and thoughtful compositions of visual information known as information design.

OCCUPATIONS

The graphic design career path is a great way to enjoy yourself, feel fulfilled by your work, and get paid well. It’s also a career that is very much in demand. The scope of graphic designing is that in IT firms Developers can design Web page/mobile apps mockups to get Client Approval before proceeding to code part. Graphic Designing can help Marketing Professional to present ideas visually in their presentation. Also, it will help them to fetch new ideas.

HOW TO BUILD SELF CONFIDENCE AFTER FAILURE

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You know that feeling when you’ve prepared for a test very well when you have worked very hard to achieve something and for some reason or other it doesn’t pan out, you fail,blew the interview of your dream job , got rejected/dumped or that girl or boy you chased for so long just went up and got committed with someone else and you’re just like “WHAT?!!!”. In all of these cases somewhere we lose our hearts. We lose the spine to try again. All we really know is the taste of failure and rejection and things just not working out. The sweet old world tells us to “Dream and dream big” but how can we dream big? How can we bring ourselves to dream again when life has been hell when the dreams and aspirations that we had just went and blew up on our face. The expectations that we had from life, from ourselves just completely got destroyed and suddenly we don’t know anymore we feel lost and stranded and heart broken not knowing how to recuperate.

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WRITE IT DOWN– sometimes we don’t really need to talk to anyone or take other’s advice all we really need is to let it out, to cry to properly accept our defeat and come at terms with it. You don’t have to write it down on a piece of paper, just begin and don’t stop it doesn’t matter that you’ve gotten some spellings wrong because who cares right? it’s for you it’s your therapy and as you start writing down you’ll see flashbacks of every single time you’ve failed in your life like that math test when you were five or that drawing competition when you were three or that high school break up or you’ll remember a really sad story that you read or saw somewhere and it will just make it worse but KEEP WRITING OK? Be brave to confront your own self. Crying or feeling bad and feeling down and depressed aren’t all that bad because once you’re over it you’ll feel “God anything is better than this?” and it really helps us differentiate between our good days and our bad days and once you’re done whining and crying melodramatically at the corner of your bed post all alone , now this may sound very sad but “HUG YOURSELF” and say “it’s okay, you’re not alone you’ve got me”.

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MOVE ON– The reason so many of us take defeats and rejection in such a negative way is because we feel embarrassed we feel like we can’t do anything because we keep on failing. But, the problem isn’t that is it? Maybe we have been asking ourselves the wrong questions maybe we have been feeding ourselves lies and sometimes you know you just can’t help it bad luck comes to us all. Maybe he wasn’t the right guy fro you that’s why it didn’t work out, maybe the job wasn’t right for you and maybe you need to work harder than you did before. Rather than looking back again and again at our defeat shouldn’t we take notes? shouldn’t we promise ourselves that we won’t procrastinate anymore, we won’t let that kind of guy/girl come close to us anymore or that opportunities and the chances that we missed or let go we won’t let that happen anymore. The bitter truth is what’s done is done you can’t expect to get back up in a day and feel okay everything is alright, it’s not obviously but time heals everything and little by little after a week, a month, a year it will hurt less. Till it vanishes in the sands of time.

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TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR ACTIONS – So now in the process of moving on you can’t just sit idly right? You have to take control of your life now, see all the pros and cons and instead of crying and whining begin looking forward to forthcoming opportunities. Start preparing for the next test , start that internship you’ve been wanting to do for so long , so you didn’t get that job? Look for another. So he/she dumped you let him/her go and now recognize the kind of things you don’t want in a person and in a relationship in fact you’ll be more cautious of any red flags and will be much more experienced. The fact of the matter is life is so dynamic life is so mysterious how can you expect that only bad things will happen to you? That’s crazy. How can you say that you’ll never get the job or you’ll never meet the person etc etc. Are you an astronomer? Are you God? Or an Alien? that you know everything? NO so, shut up! Shut that voice that tells you that you can’t achieve anything because it’s stupid and you know it.

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LEARN & EXECUTE -Now you’re a veteran you’ve seen more failures than anyone else no one expects you to be successful so, much less burden right? It is when the world underestimates us too much that we really get the time to shine. Learn what went wrong & make a list of the things that you should have done or you could do to improve like not procrastinating , having better communication skills , asking questions in class and to be a good listener to be more patient with your partner and not jump to conclusions etc. The fact that we failed proves that he have room to grow instead of looking back in life with despair look back like you’re reading a chapter of an old book and trying to learn from it and then make sure that you don’t do the same things like the protagonist of that story did.

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NEVER COMPARE – Don’t compare your failure with someone else’s success. Your time will come, wait for it and instead of being sad try to be happy for others even if you sometimes might have to force that smile down your throat. It’s not easy, but it is life.

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WORK HARD WITH ZERO EXPECTATIONS – The only expectations we should have is from ourselves. Expecting too much of others in a relationship is like a ticking time bomb it won’t happen and you will be disappointed.Same goes for everything almost, i feel that the harder you work for something the more expectations turn into a reality (in exams) but sometimes even while working hard there are things out of control. That promotion that you worked so hard for went to someone else, that relationship you tried to hold on too so much went down the drain so, what are we supposed to do? Remember “HARD WORK NEVER GOES TO WASTE” hardworking people who put 100% in their actions will one day achieve the things they strive for it might not be today, it might not be tomorrow but, it will for sure happen one day. Instead of expecting that day to come, forget about it and just keep doing what you’re doing try to improve and let life open the door of opportunities for you let life surprise you instead of waiting and wishing and hoping just bury your head down in your work and let things unfold and NEVER MISS A CHANCE TO HAVE A BIT OF FUN!

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DRESS UP– dressing properly and looking presentable puts more confidence in you than most of the things and it especially helps on the days we are feeling low. Who doesn’t want to go out on the days when they’re looking gorgeous and picture perfect?

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ASK THE RIGHT QUESTIONS – The thing that you’re working so hard for do you even like it? Are you doing it to earn respect of others or are you doing it because you actually like it? Do you want that job because you’re interested in that field or because you like the pay? Can you actually see a happy future with him/her or is it because you’re too scared to let go because you’re used to them?Don’t get me wrong we don’t always do the things that we like but we do those things anyways since they’re a stepping stone on our way to something that we actually like. Iggy Azalea scrubbed floors as a part timer to get a ticket to Miami and start her career I don’t think scrubbing floors sounds like a very enticing job but the outcome from it definitely was. So ask yourself are you doing things that will lead to a life of your dreams or are you just suffering for something that you don’t even care about that much?Or suffering with someone or because of someone who otherwise don’t really deserve it.

HAPPINESS – You’ll never be able to really achieve anything if you’re not mentally happy and we often associate our happiness with success we think “once i’m successful i’ll be happy” but in really shouldn’t be that way . The no.1 way to be happy is to spread happiness, try to cheer up your friend try to do something nice for someone try to donate some clothes or talk to old people try to make others laugh and try to stock up on good karma , try to grow a plant or a tree or play with some kids and try to make them laugh because happiness is what happiness gives. If you try to uplift others you’ll be in a way uplifting yourself and if your inner mind is turbulent try to keep it calm by not focusing on it too much. Fake it till you make! Works really well when you’re trying to cheer yourself up.

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Decision making in Business

Every organization faces some problems. Due to this, a decision has to be made by the top management. Decision making is an essential part in business organization. It is a decision made by the managers by choosing and selecting the best alternative from different alternatives in an organization. Decision making is a part of planning. Good decision has to be made quickly and at the right time .

Steps of decision making :

  1. Identify the problem:
    The first step is to understand what the issue is arising. We have to state the problem and then we can take what type of decision we need to make.
  2. Analysis of the problem: The second step is to understand why this problem has arised and what are the reasons behind this particular problem. A detail analysis will be done on a particular problem. They will work on how the problem can be resolved.
  3. Generating alternative solution:
    To list all possible solution can be taken to solve the problem. Different people give different opinions. We have to give the best solution so that the target will be finished at the right timing.
  4. Evaluate alternatives:
    Whatever options that had come out, we have to evaluate it. It is to state out the advantages and disadvantages of the alternatives. We have to evaluate the alternative at a company’s risk,time and budget. Cut out all the options which can hinder the organization. We have see which will be the most highest demand alternative that can be brought into the market.
  5. Select alternative:
    We have to choose the best alternative out of different alternatives, we have to select the best choices for the profit of the organization.
  6. Implement the alternatives:
    To take positive action and implement the alternative that have been chosen. We have to practically implement the decision taken.
  7. Monitoring the decision:
    To take review and feedback of the alternative decision taken for the organization. It is to see whether everything is going according to the planning.

These are the important steps that every organization should follow. This can strengthen the leadership qualities and help creating innovative ideas and can survive very well in the business world.

Dealing with the neighbors

     India shares borders with several sovereign countries; it shares land borders with China, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan, and Afghanistan in the north or north-west, and with Bangladesh and Myanmar in the east. India also shares water borders with Sri Lanka, Maldives, and Indonesia. They are more like our neighbors.

     India faced major challenges in its neighborhood from China: the whole COVID-19 pandemic, the growing competition for influence in South Asia, and aggressive action at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) by China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA).

What are the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA)?

The Line of Actual Control (LAC): The Line of Actual Control (LAC) is a notional demarcation line that separates Indian-controlled territory from Chinese-controlled territory in the Sino-Indian border dispute. It subsequently referred to the line formed after the 1962 Sino-Indian War and is part of the Sino-Indian border dispute.

China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA): The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) is the regular armed forces of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and the PRC’s founding and ruling political party, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Besides the Central Military Commission and several minor units directly under it, the PLA has five major service branches: the Ground Force, Navy, Air Force, Rocket Force, and the Strategic Support Force. A majority of military units around the country are assigned to one of five theater commands by geographical location. The PLA is the world’s largest military force and constitutes the second-largest defense budget in the world.

How India is dealing with the COVID-19 Challenge:

     The COVID-19 pandemic that originated in China has led to one of the biggest health challenges, causing heavy economic damage in South Asia. India stands second after the United States in terms of the number of cases, and the worst-hit economy among G20 nations. But India is also one of the best-poised nations to aid recovery efforts in the region, given its status as one of the world’s leading producers of pharmaceutical drugs and vaccines. In March, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a special virtual summit of eight SAARC nations and proposed a COVID-19 package, for which India provided about half of the $20 million funding for relief. India’s military ran a series of missions to SAARC countries and the Indian Ocean Region (IOR) with supplies of food and medicines, and India’s ‘Vande Bharat’ mission flew home nationals from neighboring countries, along with lakhs of Indians who had been stranded during the lockdown.

     India was not the only country in the region providing help. China, too, stepped up efforts to extend its influence in the South Asian region through COVID-19 relief.

What is the matter with Line of Actual Control (LAC) and China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA)?

     China doubled down on territorial claims and its transgressions along its borders with South Asia: from Ladakh to Arunachal Pradesh, PLA soldiers amassed along various sectors of the LAC, leading to violent clashes. The deaths of 20 Indian soldiers at the Galwan valley was the first such casualty in 45 years. China also laid claim to Bhutan’s Sakteng natural reserves and pushed along the boundary lines with Nepal, all of which changed India’s strategic calculations along its Himalayan frontiers. That India and Nepal saw their worst tensions in decades over the construction of a road to Lipulekh, leading to Nepal amending its construction and map to claim Indian territory, added to the already fraught situation. Meanwhile, a new defense pact this year between China and Pakistan vis-à-vis a sharp rise in ceasefire violations along the Line of Control (LOC) with Pakistan to the highest levels since 2003, has made it clear that India must factor in among its military challenges at the LAC the possibility of a two-front war.

MEDIATECH ACHIVE

The growth of MediaTek also means that it somewhere hampered Qualcomm’s market that dropped from 31% share in Q2 to 29% in Q3.

When we talk about the biggest processor makers in the smartphone world, usually Qualcomm and Samsung brands come to all mind. However, both of these were not the biggest smartphone chipset supplier in third quarter of the 2020. According to a new report from smartphone industry, MediaTek was the one that to get the lead position then Qualcomm

As per the report, the Taiwanese chipset maker performed well in $100 to 250 In India( ₹7000 – ₹18,000) price . India and China were two of the most important markets for MediaTek in Q3. One of the reasons for MediaTek’s growth is also said to be the inactive growth of Huawei due to these US sanctions.

MediaTek chipsets were in some 100 million smartphones that were sold globally in the third quarter. All this helped the company to expand its market share from 26% in second quarter to 31%.

The growth of MediaTek also means that it somewhere hampered Qualcomm’s market that dropped from 31% share in Q2 to 29% in 

However, Qualcomm even now is still leading when it comes to market for 5G chipsets. It had a share of 39% in the third quarter. As per report, the demand for 5G phones increased in Q3 with 17% of all handsets supporting 5G network. And this helped Qualcomm expand its market share. 

The research by smartphone world says that this 5G trend is likely to continue with 1/3rd of all smartphones that will be shipped in the fourth quarter of 2020. While Qualcomm has brought some new 5G supporting chipsets including the Snapdragon 690, Snapdragon 750G and Snapdragon 865 Plus, MediaTek on the other hand, has also expanded its lineup across different series using its DIMENSITY range of 5G chipsets.

Any how, 5G chipset is not nessasary for all country even in India we are going to get 5G in Q2 2021 via JIO telecommunications company and they are told that we are going to launch we wait and see how long it take to provide 5G to people.

In India only Mediatech Dimensity 800U only launched and which smart phone brand going to launch whth this chipset don’t know, where it is Mi or Realme. My preference is Realme going to launch first

Get ready India, we are going to get better network communication in 2021-2022. It may go longer than 2022 because of COVID -19 pandamic,when Indian government give spectrum auction we get 5G better network in India

CONCLUSION

Though Mediatech come from low level it achive by its performance ie… By the engineer who are all designing this chipset great aplast, any suggestion or Idea put it in comment..

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NEW EDUCATION POLICY 2020, THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION SYSTEM

“The object of education is to prepare the young to educate themselves throughout their lives.”

Following a long 34-year era, On July 28, 2020, the Union Cabinet of India approved the National Education Policy (NEP), implementing drastic reforms in schooling and higher education. Through more than 50 months of consultations and seminars, the Indian government consolidated input from 2.5 lakh village-level stakeholders to two national parliamentary level committees. Let’s have a glance at how these alterations will impact the learners and learning institutions:

Sketch of What the NEP Covers

The four-part National Education Policy covers school education in addition to higher education. Other primary areas of focus’ are adult education, the promotion of Indian languages and online education; and ‘Making it happen‘, which addresses the implementation of the policy. The policy focuses on the revision of the curriculum in school education, a decrease in the syllabus to maintain “core fundamentals” and a focus on “experiential learning and critical reasoning. For example, for different kinds of enrichment events involving arts, sports, and vocational crafts, bag less days will be promoted during the year.

Digital and Comprehensive, Futuristic and Indigenous

Under NEP 2020, there will be no rigid separations between arts and sciences, between curricular and extra-curricular activities, between vocational and academic streams. Students can select subjects of their liking across the streams. Vocational education will start in schools from the 6th grade and will include internships. NRF will be set up soon and will look after the support, mentoring and building of ‘research quality’ in India.

The NRF seeks to support researchers in India who work across streams. NRF will finance research projects across four major disciplines: science; technology; social sciences; and arts and humanities, in order to incorporate non-scientific research disciplines into its area.

How Different it is from The Past?

Some of the NEP 2020’s main highlights are a single authority for institutions of higher education, various entrances and exits choices for degree courses, cessation of M.Phil courses, low-stakes board exams, general university entrance exams. The New Education Policy would bring a range of significant changes, including the establishment of campuses in India by top international universities, a higher percentage of students receiving vocational education and a step towards institutions such as IITs turning multi-disciplinary This policy represents a breakthrough for India’s education system, which will undoubtedly make India an enticing higher education destination worldwide.

Subtle Misfires

A long-term idea of far-reaching effect is spelt out by the Current Education Policy (NEP) and will turn potential problems into opportunities by developing a quality education system. Of-courses, with changes, there come a few hits and misses. For instance, the formation of Academic Bank of Credit to store academic credits received from various HEIs digitally so that they can be counted for the final degree earned is welcomed but how will it bridge the current glaring digital divide prior? Furthermore, funding linked to states’ performance will result in low-income and low-performing states being strapped for potential central funding, resulting in more stratification.

Call for Efficient Execution

In view of the current educational regime, the NEP is a significant and progressive shift in the growth of India’s educational landscape. The NEP is more student-centred, allowing students the freedom to follow their passion and developing their skills so that they can become more employable. All in all, for its efficient and time-bound implementation, a holistic approach is needed from all stakeholders.

CHILDHOOD CARTOONS: DEFINE THE 90’S KIDS

Childhood without Cartoons is like bird without wings. We all loved watching Cartoons during our childhood all the time without any disturbance and wished having all of them in our real life so that we can play with them. Some of us still love watching Cartoons a lot. After watching them all our childhood memories are refreshed. They were the reason behind our smiles or tears sometimes.

From watching cartoons to watching Netflix and Prime Video, we all grew up. So, let’s bring back our memories by talking about some famous Cartoons which we all loved to watch.

  1. Tom and Jerry

Tom and Jerry is an American animated franchise and series of comedy short films created in 1940 by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. It is mainly based on the rivalry between a cat named TOM and a mouse named JERRY. It features comic fights between the iconic pair. The episodes were of a very short duration about 6-10 minutes in which both of them fight a lot. Tom makes strategies against Jerry to catch him and luminously Jerry doesn’t fall for any of them.

Music plays a very important role in the shorts, emphasizing the actions and lending emotions to the scene.

2. Scooby-Doo

Scooby-Doo is an American animated franchise comprising many animated television series produced from 1969 to the present, as well as their derivative media. This Saturday-morning cartoon series featured teenagers Fred Jones, Daphne Blake, Velma Dinkley, and Norville “Shaggy” Rogers, and their talking brown Great Dane named Scooby-Doo, who solve mysteries involving supernatural creatures through a series of antics and mis-steps.

3. Popeye: The Sailor Man

Popeye: The Sailor Man is an American animated television series produced for King Features Syndicate TV that was released between 1960 and 1963 with 220 episodes produced. Popeye was the sailor who got super strength from eating spinach. He arrives in an awkward seaside village called Sweethaven Village to find his father. The series follows him, his girlfriend Olive Oyl and his arch-enemy Bluto in their day-to-day eccentricities.

4. Pokemon

Pokemon abbreviated from the Japanese title of Pocket Monsters and currently advertised in English as Pokemon: The Series is a Japanese anime television series. It was premiered in Japan on April 1, 1997, on TV Tokyo. The series made popular the fictional animals called “Pokemon”, which are trained to fight against each other. It follows the journey of 10-year-old aspiring Pokemon trainer Ash Ketchum and his friends.

5. Mickey Mouse

Mickey Mouse is a series of American animated short films produced by Walt Disney Productions. The series started in 1928 with Steamboat Willie and ended in 1953 with The Simple Things. Four additional shorts were released between 1983 and 2013. Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, Goofy, Daisy and Donald, along with the help of a transportable device called Toodles, helped children in learning early math skills and identify shapes, patterns and numbers.

Power of Happiness

Happiness is a feeling of love that you feel and express through different medium. In our current situation many have lost their smile on their face that lead to depression. Is that you really want in your life? Nobody wants to be unhappy in their life. There are solutions where you can find happiness.

The most important thing is to love yourself first. The feeling or sense of happiness towards yourself can bring positive changes into your life. If you are happy then you have the power of making another being happy.

Different people express happiness in different ways. Someone happiness is to travel and explore the world while some other people love to cook, dancing, singing and many other things. You must do what makes you happy. Spend times with your loved ones whom you care about. Life can be in difficult situation sometime, but never lose hope. It’s ok to cry or feel sad for sometime. But not too long, try to kick away those bad moments and try to create happy and cheerful surroundings. If you are being happy, you have the power to attract nice people into your life.

Happiness is a miracle that it reduces stress and problems that are attached to your life. Researchers have found that a happy person is the most successful people in life. Successful doesn’t only mean money, it also means to living a happy and meaningful life with your closest ones. It is also very important to cut out those people who try to bring you down and makes your problem bigger.

Those who have an upset mood of sitting bored at home,not going anywhere. Try to make them happy and spend your leisure time with them. A person trying to make others happy can reflect him back with a smile which will also make his day better. Helping a needy person can also create happiness to you as well as for them. Create wonderful moments and never stop being in life. It is you who decide what to you make to lead a happy life. Light up your world and it will give you the power of Happiness.

How to make our aspirations come true

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The word “aspiration” is defined as a hope or ambition of becoming or achieving something. Everyone of us have a dream or a vague idea of how we want our lives to be but only some of us really know how to achieve the life truly worth living.

” We are reborn the day we find our true purpose in life” but is finding our purpose the all and end all? No,of course not! Knowing what we want to do and then actually accomplishing it are two very different concepts. then how do we it then? how to make our dreams turn into a reality? should we,like proper idealists wait for our destiny and fate to knock on our doors and just go with the flow? no, our destiny is what we make of it and even if there is something out there with our name on it which is solely meant for us we still have to walk over there and grab it right? you can’t just go aimlessly in life wishing and hoping that you’ll reach the destination you’re meant to without even looking at the map. COMMON SENSE

THEN HOW DO WE DO IT?

PLAN -Let’s say you want to be an astronaut. the first thing that will pop into your head is HOW? what should i do to become one? how much marks should i score? what colleges do i need to look out for? are there any entrance exams and if there are how to get started with the prep?

WITHOUT A PLAN YOU’RE LIKE A PILOT WHO DOESN’T KNOW WHERE HE IS GOING

A lot of us are tempted so say “Plans never work” and things never go the way we want them to and a lot of you are right,life in unpredictable but a plan gives us an idea of how much we need to work and in what direction we need to work on, what books we need to study from & how much time it will take . A plan prepares us for the worst case scenarios and even if things don’t go our way we can always change it.

If the plan doesn’t work change the plan not the goal

going with the flow may seem tempting but don’t be surprised if you end up somewhere dissapointing.

SELF CONFIDENCE : if you do not believe in yourself who else will? before starting out anything you must have the confidence and the courage and full belief in your own capabilities that you can do it that no matter what happens you have what it takes to do it. Self confidence is like a fuel it will light up the fire inside you that the whole world is trying to dim. So chin up and have faith in yourself ok?

Too many people overvalue what they are not and undervalue what they are

HARD WORK – this one is pretty obvious but you can’t expect to be a topper in your school and college by doing absolutely nothing. It is the prerequisite for almost everything. Let us be honest those who don’t work hard for their dreams and those who are not willing to execute their plans will find it really hard to achieve anything and their aspirations will just stay mere aspirations. planning is important but a plan without proper execution and hard work will never fulfill it’s purpose.

You get what you work for not what you wish for

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NO COMPARISONtoo often we get entangled in the web of comparing our lives with others, we see someone faring better than us and automatically our self worth and confidence takes a dip and we lose our motivation. We think ” we can never be as good as her/him, it’s impossible” well my advice for all those who like to see others and judge their self worth by what others say and feel about them is to STOP RIGHT NOW ! just stop it. A wise man once said, “life is like a race” and indeed it is if you keep focusing on what others are doing rather than focusing on yourself you will not only lose the race but also divert from your tracks. You should never compare yourself with anyone else except the person looking back at you in the mirror. Strive to be a better person than you were yesterday,strive to score better than you did yesterday, try to improve your skills try to grow yourself and compare yourself only with the person who you were yesterday because it’s only YOU and YOU ONLY who can change your life and other’s failure and success shouldn’t bother you because their lives have nothing to do with yours.

COMPARISON WITH YOUR OWN SELF BRINGS IMPROVEMENT AND WITH OTHERS IT BRINGS DISCONTENT

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KEEP THINGS TO YOURSELF – This isn’t just a superstition it’s reality although telling others does brings a sense of credibility in us but in reality our plans should be our own and before saying a lot of big words from a small mouth we should just sit back and let things unfold. Instead of prophesying your success let life prove it. Someone important’s disapproval like friends and family can shave away your self confidence faster than a blade so instead of telling your plans you should execute them silently

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STAY AWAY FROM NEGATIVITY AND NEGATIVE PEOPLE – when we are embarking on a journey to achieve our goals the last thing we need is someone’s negative opinion and attitude weighing us down. The journey of achieving our dreams is often hard and long and filled with obstacles and we will be facing enough negativity and challenges as it is and the last thing you want is for someones to come and throw their bad vibes at you. People who don’t make you feel good about yourself people who are not goal oriented and are callous with their lives people with habits that you don’t want to ever rub off on you should be the ones you need to stay away from. They can be your friends, your neighbors , your family but the bottom line is that our mind and our personality cannot ever thrive with negative and unproductive people who never change themselves and keep on complaining instead of going out and doing something about it. Be with the kind of people who inspire you to work hard, people with admirable qualities that you wish to develop in your own self. People who light the fire inside of you and give you strength when you need it.

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Agriculture : The Lone Survivor

Apart from the enormous consequence of coronavirus on the human life which claimed more than 1.75 million lives worldwide and infected more than 75 million people, COVID 19 also demolished economies around the globe. Amongst the most badly affected nation was India, which recorded more than 1 crore case and a lakhs deaths and counting. While this sounds bad, visuals of lakh and lakh of migrant workers waking back thousands and thousand of kilometers on foot made the situation worse. If this was not the end of misery Indian economy shrinks by 23.9 percentage point in the first quarter of FY 2020-21 lowest since independence. Every sector of economy from manufacturing to industries and even services tanked except one : Agriculture and allied services which recorded growth 3.4 percentage point at constant prices. Agriculture and allied services contributes nearly 16 % to country GDP while providing employment to 42 % of the workforces.

Several economical and agriculture expert had the views that had there been slummed in agriculture and allied services, things would have been much worse. Agriculture provided employment to the migrated worker who returned to there home and provided them with some earning in these apocalyptic times. Such was its importance and necessity that it was the first sectors to get relaxation from nationwide lockdown for manufacturing and transportation of agriculture input, seeds, machine, etc. Supply chains related to agriculture goods and services were allowed to function with protective measures in place. Efforts paid the dividend a sharp increase of 5.7% in area coverage of Kharif crops was registered as on September 2020. Amid good monsoon and adequate water storage in the winter reservoir for Rabi crops the Government of India set an all time high record for food production target of 301 million tons for 2020-21.

When the prime minister Modi announced nationwide lockdown, the immediate consequence was the mass exodus of migrant labourer from virtually every part of country to there rural household and faces an immediate risk of hunger and livelihood. So government announced a number of schemes for them. Government released an advance installment of Rs. 2000 from PM- KISAN scheme, wage rate of worker were increased and number of days of guarantee work was increased to 150 days under NAREGA. Under the economic stimulus package, credit support for small farmer were announce through various institution like NABARD was extending additional support of Rs. 30,000 crore for crop loan through RRB(Region Rural Bank) and other institutions. Nearly 25 lakhs new Kisan credit cards were sanctioned with a loan limit of Rs. 25000 at a minimal rate of interest were provided to not just farmer but also to one belonging fisheries, animal husbandries and agriculture allied services. The timely credit stimulus helped thousand of farmers and laborer to sustain themselves during such a tough times. A new scheme under the name of Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana was launched to take care poor and vulnerable section of society. In order to boost the rural economy, Indian Railways launched Krishi Rail scheme for transportation and building a seamless supply chain of perishable product like milk, fruits, fish etc. It is benefitting farmer from all around the country as they will be able to sell there product all around the country.

In addition to the schemes and relaxation, good monsoon season and tremendous efforts of our farmers and workers help agriculture to stay afloat at a most delicate point in our economic history. These schemes and announcement might seems be rewarding but not a solution for a sector which is on a downward trend for quiet a few years and the news of suicides of farmer reported daily. There is a need for a comprehensive long term vision and policy with huge investment not just on agriculture and its subsidiaries but also on the farmer. When agriculture and its allied sector will grow at a great pace so will rural economies of our countries and in process increasing the income of farmers and laborer which in turn will increase the growth of our overall GDP.

MENSTRUATION: A TABOO IN 21ST CENTURY

Menstruation marks the onset of adolescence in girls. A girl’s body undergoes several changes during this phase. Menarche or the first menstruation usually begins between the age of 11-15 years. It also embarks the beginning of maturity of the female reproductive organs. It is the phenomenon in which the lining of the uterus, resulting in bleeding from the vagina. Menstruation is a beautiful natural process in a woman’s life. Yet, many taboos still revolve around it. These are because of inaccurate, inadequate or incomplete knowledge about menstruation. It is always surrounded by secrecy and myths in many societies. Will we ever get over these taboos? Let us take a glance at the situation in India.

MYTHS RELATED TO MENSTRUATION

In India, taboos related to menstruation still prevail at a large scale. Even in 2020, girls aren’t allowed to talk about periods. They cannot mention it not only in front of males but in front of anyone. Most of the students get introduced to the phenomena of menstruation in class 8. The silence in the class and the disgust on the faces of students tells us a lot about the situation in our country.

Menstruation is still considered as dirty and impure. Cultural norms, parental influence, personal- preference and socio-economic pressures affect menstrual hygiene practices. 

 This social stigma is especially prominent in rural areas. Women are not permitted to engage in household works and not allowed to enter the kitchen. They are not allowed to pray and enter temples when on periods. In Hindu belief, it is always believed that a woman must be “purified” before returning to her daily chores. Some believe,     consuming curd, tamarind and pickles will disturb the menstrual flow. Some even view it as a disease and isolate those undergoing it. Some girls even to believe that exercising during periods may result in excess bleeding. There seems to be no logic and scientific reasoning behind the same. In reality, doctors say that exercising may relieve bloating and cramps. It also releases serotonin, making one feel happy. These taboos have led girls to associate their bodies with a curse and impure.

IMPACT OF MENSTRUATION MYTHS ON A WOMAN’S LIFE

The prevalence of these taboos have affected women’s emotional and mental state. Not only this but it also affects their lifestyle and health. Over 23% of girls drop out of school when they begin menstruating, in India. The main reason behind this is lack of clean toilets in school and access to sanitary products. 71% are unaware of periods until they get it themselves. Parents rarely prepare their daughters for something is set to happen. This unpreparedness leads to anxiety and fear. According to a study, only 35% of women use sanitary pads in India. The rest are dependent on old rags, ash, mud, soil and leaves. From an early stage in life, girls learn to tolerate mental and physical pain. This makes it difficult for them to reach out to others for help during periods. These unhealthy menstruation practices have a direct impact on reproductive health. Further deteriorating their health in the long run.

POSSIBLE STRATEGIES TO COMBAT THESE MYTHS

First and foremost, educating the girls from the very beginning is very important. These taboos still exist mainly because of lack of education. Awareness needs to be raised not only among girls but each human being. Sanitary products are sold at prices that are not affordable to everyone. Low-cost sanitary pads can be made and sold locally, especially in rural and slum areas. The National Rural Health Mission aims to provide low-cost sanitary pads to 1.5 crore adolescent girls. This scheme is yet in its pilot phase and needs more implementation. Men also need to be made aware of menstruation. They need to be sensitive about these issues and help to combat the disbeliefs. It is important for them to understand it and support all the women in their lives. Health workers and Anganwadi workers should be sensitised and involved in spreading awareness. Arunachalam Muruganantham, the real Padman of India is one such person who challenged the stereotypes. He not only gave women the opportunity to become entrepreneurs but also helped change the social outlook. Women and girls need to understand that they have the power to procreate because of this virtue. 

No girl or women should feel ashamed of bleeding every month. In the 21st century, where women are reaching new heights, they should not be pulled down because of this natural phenomenon. Today we talk about women empowerment but make women feel insecure about their bodies. Social media is accessible to almost everyone. This platform can help in raising awareness and showing support. It’s high time we stop judging and discriminating and start engaging in meaningful conversations about periods. Next time you hear the word “period”, don’t feel uncomfortable and talk about it openly. Starting to bring a change now will only help the generations to come.

NEW CORONAVIRUS STRAIN

India reported 22,272 new Covid-19 infections, the previous day, taking the total count to 10,169,118. The death toll mounted to 147,343 with 251 new fatalities.

Total discharged cases stand at 9,740,108.


The union government is planning a dry run for administering the Covid-19 vaccine in Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Gujarat and Punjab next week as a prep before the actual inoculation. The exercise will enable linkages between planning, implementation and reporting mechanisms and guide the way forward prior to actual implementation, including improvements that may be required in the envisaged process.

The AIIMS director, however, stated that the UK strain was more infectious, and following this the authorities red-flagged it solely.

Earlier, VK Paul, a top COVID-19 adviser to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, had said that the new more transmissible strain of the coronavirus detected in Britain has not yet been found in India.

Less than 24 hours after the announcement, several countries, including India banned flights to and fro from the United Kingdom.

Last week, the new strain of the coronavirus was firstly detected in the United Kingdom. As per the experts, this type of infection is more transmissible than other SARS-CoV-2 variants. Following the arrival of the new strain, several countries introduced new travel restrictions.

The WHO on March 11 had declared the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak a global pandemic.

According to Johns Hopkins University, 79,712,010 cases and 1,747,790 deaths have been reported globally. The United States continues to the worst affected country by the pandemic, followed by India and Brazil.

The first set of data from Chandrayaan-2 has been released, says the ISRO

       Chandrayaan-2  which means “moon craft” in Sanskrit is India’s second mission to the moon. It was developed by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and was launched on July 22, 2019, from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. The Chandraayan-2 mission was India’s first attempt to land on the lunar surface, it consists of a lunar orbiter, and also included the Vikram lander and the Pragyan lunar rover. However, the lander deviated from its intended trajectory while attempting to land on 6 September 2019, which caused a ‘hard landing’. According to the failure analysis report submitted to ISRO, the crash was caused by a software glitch.

The primary objectives of Chandrayaan-2:

  • The primary objectives of Chandrayaan to demonstrate the ability to soft-land and operate a robotic rover on the lunar surface.

The scientific objectives of Chandrayaan-2:

  • To map the lunar surface and help to prepare 3D maps of it.
  • To study the water ice in the south polar and thickness regolith on the surface.
  • To study lunar topography, mineralogy, element abundance, the lunar exosphere and the signature of hydroxyl and ice water.

     ISRO on Thursday i.e, December 24, 2020, said it had released the first set of data from Chandrayaan-2 for the general public. The orbiter which was injected into a lunar orbit on September 2, 2019, carries eight experiments to answer many open questions on lunar science. ISRO stated that all experiments have been performing well and the data received suggest excellent capability to deliver on the pre-launch promises.

    The Indian Space Science Data Centre (ISSDC) is the nodal centre of planetary data archive for the planetary missions of the ISRO. The public release data archived at the Indian Space Science Data Centre (ISSDC) in Bylalu, are prepared in the standard, globally followed Planetary Data System 4 (PDS4) format for public release, the Chandrayaan-2 data are required to be in the Planetary Data System-4 (PDS4) standard, and required to be peer-reviewed technically and scientifically before acceptance as PDS archives and declared ready for sharing with the global scientific community and the general public, the ISRO added.

    Now, This activity has been completed and hence the first set of data from the Chandraayan-2 mission is now being released through PRADAN portal hosted by the IISDC. Data sets from the Imaging Infra-Red Spectrometer (IIRS) payload will be added to this shortly, it said, adding that this release has Level-0 to Level-1 basic data sets prepared using Planetary Data System (PDS) version 4 standards.

The third mission to the moon:

      The ISRO had planned the landing on the South pole of the lunar surface. The Chairman of ISRO K.Shivan said that the government has approved a third lunar mission and work is in progress. The mission named Chandrayaan-3 which includes a new propulsion module, moon lander and rover. “We have not yet fixed the schedule for the Chandrayaan-3 launch” added the Chairman. If successful, India will become the fourth country to make a soft landing on the moon. The new equipment costs around $35 million with its launcher costing a further $51 million.

COVID 19 POSITION AT END OF 2020.

INTRODUCTION

It was started in the year 2019 end but no one knows who is first person and where it started officialy. Probably all the countries and telling about China has orginated but no one have solid evidence about origin of covid now it took peeks in some country.

UK SUFFERING TERIBLY

In United Kingdom (UK) , they have less population around 60 million population as for 2020,in that they submitted highest peek of around 40,000 people, it seems that they are facing another generation of covid -19 already they said we are in second wave in September 2020 and now the UK research council said that we are only research about covid by checking human RNA and most of the country . They have sperated their country as zone as India seperated 3 different zone as cases reported.

SEPERATION OF UK

UK has seperated in 3 zone and they are in strict lockdown ZONE 1 : Should not go to any where including near store what ever, guess they are can’t celebrate the Christmas itself it was their bad time how ever thay have to manage if they have to live. ZONE 2 : They can move with in their street or among 3 neighboring houses obviously they are also indange they should be very careful. ZONE 3 : They have slight relax compared to other zones

UK RESEARCH PERORT

UK research council said that they have many research centre to check human RNA function and they were caution about it. They said it was seems to it affecting like South African affected like. What they are going to do? No one knows.

COVID 19 IN SOUTH AFRICA

Even in South Africa people also affecting next generation of virus. around 14,000 people affected in one day. The curve again goes up.

It reported last week that scientists have found a new genetic mutation which might be responsible for the recent surge in Covid-19 cases in South Africa

This South African variant is more transmissible than the UK variant, British health secretary has said, as this variant has mutated further than the UK variant. South African Health Minister Zweli Mkhize tweeted on Twitter

Britain, Germany, Switzerland, Turkey, Israel and Mauritius have banned flights from South Africa.The new variant ie…Spreading in South Africa has been named as 501.V2.

Britain, Germany, Switzerland, Turkey, Israel and Mauritius have banned flights from South Africa.The new variant ie…Spreading in South Africa has been named as 501.V2.

People suffering a lot but till we didn’t get any proper vaccine till now how much month or year to get vaccine and people will go as their wish, the answer for it is “? ” When it end..

IS IT COME TO INDIA?

May be , it ha possible because people are migrated from UK to India particularly states like Maharastra, Karnataka, Thelungana, Tamil Nadu, Goa, Gujarat, West Bengal, Punjab. Totaly 9 states so be aware and take precautions now it is snow or winter⛄ season . Be careful But India does not afffect much compare to other country, but be careful.

“VIRUS PLAYING VITAL ROLE”

Conclusion

What a crazy game God we are suffering a lot it was affecting for both poor and rich without any partiality, it slows but again it gets up where it going to end or get perfect vaccine in suitable for all climate in different countries

STAY HOME ,SAVE LIVES

Take It Day By Day

We Generate Fears While We Sit. We Overcome Them By Action.

Dr. Henry Link

We are asked all our lives, by our peers, our teachers, loved ones and visitors, ‘How old are you?’ in schools, functions, gatherings and on the streets. We mumble our answer in a monotonous tone until we pass school or college. After this, we feel as if we are on our own. We start to dread this question. Why?

Because the question takes quite a different turn as we grow up. Often joining hands with another following question ‘Well, what have you done in your life until now?’ 

Leaves us speechless sometimes, doesn’t it? 

How We Compare And Why We Compare

We see our peers doing extraordinary things in their lives. Going around the world, taking various responsibilities, beginning their careers, and making the most out of their time. We judge our accomplishments with their’s and underestimate ourselves. 

The Only Limit To Our Realization Of Tomorrow Will Be Our Doubts Of Today.

Franklin D. Roosevelt

The dream of early success is so over-glorified, in the media, in society and well, on our dreams itself. The vision of getting a well-paid job in our 20s and settling down in a middle-class luxury life is a common desire. But is this what life is all about?

What about the skills we have acquired throughout our lives? Our experiences? Our creations? Most of all, What good have we done for society? 

What is Life All About?

Life is not just about mere existence. The capitalist world makes us aspire for a luxurious life but speaks nothing on the moral deeds we should do and how learning is a constant process in life, not merely something we finish in schools and institutions.

Learning has no age limit. We are never too old to learn something new and do our part. Several icons of the modern world whom we admire have paid their share of creations well after their thirties and more. 

What You Lack In Talent Can Be Made Up With Desire, Hustle And Giving 110% All The Time.

Don Zimmer

For instance, comedian Steve Carell; who is known blockbuster hit such as “The Big Short” staring as Micheal Scott in The Office, didn’t land his hit role as Michael Scott until 42 years of age. 

Other famous cases of late successes are Ricky Gervais(creator of The Office); Arianna Huffington (Founder of HuffPost) and even J.K. Rowling, author of the beloved Harry Potter books, started writing the first book of the world-famous franchise well into her thirties. All of their life events towards success continue to inspire us in addition to their inventions staying immortal.  

This doesn’t mean we should hold our lives in pause mode and hope for the best, that life will figure itself out as we age. A person must have a moral aim in their life. We must aspire to create, innovate and inspire ourselves at every point since the start. It depends on the quality, not quantity. 

Swami Vivekananda did great things in his short lifetime. One doesn’t have to be him to attain noble things; One should take the great monk’s values and aspire to do charitable deeds in their lives for the society and themselves. 

Swami Vivekananda

Swami Vivekananda’s popular quote often serves as a great inspiration when we feel at our lowest:- 

Arise, awake and do not stop until the goal is reached.

Swami Vivekananda

A person doesn’t simply become great in a day at something. It takes a deal of consistent effort to be exemplary at something. After all, practice makes perfect. We must fail at times to learn from mistakes and rise strong. Failures are the pillars of success. Famous talk show host Oprah was fired from her job as an anchor, but she took failure as an experience. Now she is one of the most popular figures in today’s world and the cherry on top, a billionaire. 

Everybody has a calling. And your real job in life is to figure out as soon as possible what that is, who you were meant to be, and to begin to honor that in the best way possible for yourself.

Oprah Winfrey

Our aspirations in life might not come easy, be done in a short while, and might often make us discouraged and have us abhor life itself. Don’t care about what others are doing in their lives, go at your pace. During these moments in time, we must remember, ‘where there is a will, there is a way’. If there’s a true passion for the right cause, a rational purpose, then no one can stop you from achieving your ambition. Remember as you age, you are not getting ‘old’, you are getting better. 

Ranjitsinh Disale – The Global Teacher 2020

A teacher holds the power to change a student’s life. And that’s what a teacher from the state of Maharashtra did. He took a stand for promoting girls education and changed the lives of many girls.

On 3rd December 2020, Ranjitsinh Disale a teacher from Solapur district, Maharashtra won the Global Teacher Prize 2020 with a cash prize of $1-million.

He said, The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed education and the communities it serves in a multitude of ways. But in this hard time, teachers are giving their best to make sure every student has access to their birthright of a good education.

He also said, Teachers are the real change-makers who are changing the lives of their students with a mixture of chalk and challenges. They always believe in giving and sharing. And, therefore, I am very pleased to announce that I will share 50% of the prize money equally among my fellow, top 10 finalists to support their incredible work. Because I believe, together we can make a difference and we can make this world a better place.

He believes he is not the winner he is equal among all the rest 9 top 10 finalists. His attitude towards growing and sharing has put a mark that we should learn to share because if we will share then only we can grow together.

When Ranjitsinh Disale arrived at the Zilla Parishad Primary School at Paritewadi in Solapur in 2009, it was a dilapidated building, sandwiched between a cattleshed and a storeroom. Most of the girls in the school were from tribal communities. Atendance was very low. Sometimes it could be as low as 2% and teenage marriage was very common. Some students were unable to understand the textbooks because it was not in their primary language(Kannada). But Ranjitsinh did not give hope he learned Kannada and taught them by translating the textbooks to their local language.

He also started QR coded textbooks by the help of which students could learn through video lectures, audio poems and stories. And later his school became the first in the Maharashtra to use QR coded textbooks. In 2017 state ministry decided to introduce QR coded textbooks for classes 1-12. Following which in 2018 NCERT also introduced QR coded textbooks.

His school is in a drought-prone district of Maharashtra but he has tackled with this issue also by increasing green land from 25% to 33% in the last ten years. In all, 250 hectares of land surrounding his village was saved from desertification, earning his school the ‘Wipro Nature for Society’ award in 2018.

CEO of Microsoft (Satya Nadela) has recognized Ranjitsinh’s work as one of three stories from India in his book Hit Refresh. He has won the Innovative Researcher of the Year 2016 award and he has also won the National Innovation Foundation’s Innovator of the Year award in 2018. He has communicated his methods by writing more than 500 newspaper articles and blogs, as well as participating in television discussions on educational topics.

He is a teacher with utmost respect who has dedicated his life for girls education and now all his work has made tremendous impact. Teenage marriages has stopped in that place and the school is having 100% attendance of girls.

Career by choice and not by chance -Importance of career planning-

We come across some students who are focused, determined, and know what exactly they
want to do in their lives. These people end up with a satisfying career and life. But some
students choose their careers either because it is the only option available to them, or get
influenced by family and friends. They don’t put much effort into choosing their career.
Some also get carried away by few career options because of their alluring pay scale but later
end up remaining unsatisfied and unhappy in the long run.


Therefore, students need to follow what their hearts say. They should figure out what their
interests are and choose the career accordingly. For choosing a career, it requires planning.
Planning includes skills, interests, values, and preferences before making any decision. This
process should be continuous and should keep going in the mind of a child until the final
career is decided.


Following tips can be taken into consideration which may help in the selection:

1. A student should be encouraged to analyze their present state, i.e where they are and
where they want to be. And what all needs to be done to reach that place. Does he
possess the required skills for the career she has in her mind?
2. Before choosing a career the student should keep in mind her personal preferences.
3. A child does have multiple preferences. So they should pen down their choices and
then narrow down as per the option which is best suited.
What to avoid while selecting a career?
First and foremost, don’t choose a wrong career – a career which is not by choice but by
chance, why to even go ahead with it. Try and avoid the following:
 If someone believes they have a say in your career choice they don’t. The decision
will barely affect their life but it will drastically affect your life. So don’t get dragged
away.
 We all have our ideals or role models but don’t follow their footsteps blindly. Maybe
something that worked for them won’t work for you too. Go for that field only
because it interested you not because your ideal chose it.
 Don’t tend to avoid the future aspects of the career. See what is its growth prospects?
Will it give you a satisfactory lifestyle? These questions have a major relevance,
therefore find the answers beforehand only.

Ending on a note, it solely depends on what kind of career and lifestyle the student wants.
They have to understand whether they want to be happy in their career or remain unsatisfied
their whole life. This decision will depend on their now – NOW or NEVER. One decision
can make or break your life. So always go for the right option. Try to choose a career by
choice not by chance!!!

Important Steps in Writing Research Paper

Writing a research paper is the most essential part of our research process. research publication will explain to the world about our research work, our contributions, and impact of the work. It also helps other researchers to understand the benefits and research gaps from the research area. In this article, we are going to find out the 8 important steps in writing a research paper.“The first draft is just you telling yourself the story.”
1. Title
Selecting a perfect title to our work is the first important step which also defines what our paper is all about. The title should be more informative and included all our major keywords in it.
2. Abstract
Statistics say, more than 90% of researchers read the abstract next to the title. It is a very important step defines writing a research paper. abstract is a summary of our research work it usually was written 100-150 words, this should be very crisp and clear about the research, what the whole paper is going to talk about.
3. Introduction
The introduction sets the first stage of our analysis and also predicts the tone and direction of our research paper. It helps readers to understand the paper even they don’t have any prior domain knowledge.
4. Methodology
The methodology describes our research paper’s goals and the procedures that what we carried out in the research work. a proper research methodology helps journal reviewer and readers to understand the entire concept of our research.
5. Conclusion
The fifth most important step to writing a research paper is the conclusion. it is a final summary of the results that we managed to achieve through our research. this also should explain why and how we arrived to this particular conclusion.
6. Review of Related Studies
Review of Related Studies places our research to define existing data and information about the previous research papers. It is very important to clearly explain our existing research experiment carried out in the same area that we used as a reference or base.
7. Recommendations
In the recommendation, carefully explain what needs to be done next and enumerate the possible steps that are needed to be taken. a proper recommendation will help readers and other researchers to carry out their own research.
8. Bibliography
The last and eighth important step in writing a research paper is a bibliography. In this, we have to list the source materials we used or consulted in making our research paper.
Whenever you start to write a new research paper make sure these 8 important steps in order to help the readers to be more comfortable and easy understanding.

National Consumer Day!

In India,the National Consumer Day is observed every year on December 24 to spread awareness about importance of consumer,their rights and responsibilities.

Mahatma Gandhi said”A customer is the most important visitor on our premises.He is not dependent on us,we are dependent on him.He is not an interrruption in our work,he is the purpose of it.”

On Dec 24,1986,the Consumer Protection Act 1986 received the approval of the President of India and came into force.It was enforced so that consumers can be more aware of their entitled rights.

The rights recognized under the Consumer Protection Act,1986,provided in the UN Charter are Right to protection,Right of Information, Right of Choice,Right of Hearing,Right of Redressal and Right of Education.

The theme of National Consumer Day 2020 is “The Sustainable Consumer”.Acknowleding the sustainability of the customer in these critical times is the most important thing to do to sustain Indian economy.

The consumer movement will highlight the changes in lifestyles of consumers so that it gets easy for the government and businesses to make sustainability the easy choice for consumers.

How to Select a Right Journal to Publish your Research Paper?

How to Select a Right Journal to Publish your Research Paper?

1. Use Journal Finder

Most of the leading publishers provide a free tool called ‘Journal Finder’, which helps to identify the right suitable journal for research area with relevant keyword to publish the manuscript. some of the journal finding tools are given below.

IEEE Publication Recommender

Wiley Jounal Finder

Elsvier Journal Finder

Springer Nature Journal Suggester

Edanz Journal Selector

Cofactor Journal Selector

2. What type of article accepted by the journal?

Before going to submit your manuscript verify the types of articles accepted by the journal(Review, Case study, or Theorem). Ensuring the journal’s publication policy will reduce more time by selecting the right journal.

3. Get expert recommendations

Getting a view about the journal from senior scholars or professors is a good idea to select the journal. If they already published their article in that journal then they would have enough knowledge about the journal procedures.

4. Analysis Journal Metrics

Analysis journal’s Impact Factor(IF) is one measure of its reputation, but not always the most important. You should consider the prestige of the authors that publish in the journal and whether your research is of a similar level.

Check -> How Impact Factor(IF) is calculated?

5. Check the frequency of the publication

The different journal has a different timeline of the review process, always verify the frequency of the publication (Monthly, Quarterly, or Twice a yearly) before submitting your manuscript.

6. Published Articles in the Literature

Analyse the published articles in your field that are similar in scope and impact on the field, and see where they were published. It is an easy way of selecting the journal by checking your literature review paper’s publication.

Always select two or three choices of a suitable journal from your research area. if your paper is rejected from your first-choice journal, you can quickly submit to your second-choice journal.

Important tips before choosing a journal

Read or download Guide for Authors.

Verify the journal topics match your area of research.

Check if the journal is invitation-only as some journals will only accept articles after inviting the author.

Submit your paper to only one journal at the time.

Read the aims and scope of the journal.

If you need to publish open access know that most Elsevier journals have open access options explained on the journal homepage.

Check the journal performance for the review and publication timelines.


Hope, this article helps you to select the right journal to publish your valuable scientific research article.