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