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Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on rural healthcare

“Public Health and Hospitals” being a State subject the primary responsibility of implementation of various health care schemes including National Health Mission lies with respective States. The Ministry is continuously monitoring the implementation of their National Programmes & giving the required guidance to States/ UTs from time to time. States/UTs […]

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Impact of pandemic on child immunisation programmes

The utilization of immunization services slowed down at the beginning of COVID-19 pandemic in April 2020, but coverage has improved subsequently because of series of measures been taken. To restore universal immunization, following steps were taken by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoHFW) during COVID-19 pandemic: States/ UTs […]

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Medical waste management during COVID-19 pandemic

As informed by Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), disposal of bio-medical waste including Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) kit worn by healthcare professionals as well as general public became a challenge during the on-going Corona Virus Disease of 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.         Public Health’ being a State subject, information relating to […]

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HIV/AIDS Patients in India

As per the latest HIV estimates report (2019) of the Government, India is estimated to have around 23.49 lakh people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV) in 2019. The HIV epidemic has an overall decreasing trend in country with estimated annual New HIV infections declining by 37% between 2010 and 2019. HIV […]

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Steps taken for Documentation of various art forms

Sangeet Natak Akademi, New Delhi has a scheme Survey, Research, Documentation, Dissemination & Publication which has the objective of preserving recordings of different arts forms, for the purpose of research and dissemination. Under the said scheme, Akademi provides grant to individuals and arts and cultural institutions for research work and documentation […]

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A stitch in time saves nine

It is better to fix a problem when it is small than to wait and let it become a bigger problem.A Stitch in Time Saves Nine is a wise saying. This phrase refers to a hole in a cloth. This hole would certainly get bigger if not fixed in time. […]

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Curtain Raiser

The Election Commission of India is going to organize  an International Webinar on 21st September 2020, on the Theme ‘‘Issues, Challenges and Protocols for Conducting  Elections during COVID-19 : Sharing Country Experiences’ on its completion of one year of Chairmanship of the Association of World Election Bodies (A-WEB). 2. The Association of […]

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How entrepreneurs can launch Charitable Partnerships

This pandemic COVID-19 has shed light on the importance of business and its supporting communities. Observing the success of corporate social responsibility from the beginning of lockdown session, there are many business leaders, are now trying to consider that their company should support charitable for the very first time. Here […]

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Bipin Chandra Pal

The Indian nationalist, journalist, orator, social reformer and movement activist Bipin Chandra Pal. The Lal Bal Pal triumvirate was one third. Pal, along with Sri Aurobindo, was one of the key Swadeshi architects. He resisted the British colonial government’s division of Bengal. Bipin Chandra Pal was born into a Hindu […]

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Diana: A Case Study

Diana (July 1, 1961, to August 31, 1997) was born to aristocratic parents who divorced when she was six. With her mother gone and her father deep in depression, she had a lonely childhood. “I’d have 20 stuffed animals… that was my family.”, remarked Diana about her childhood. She grew […]

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ONLINE LEARNING IN THE PANDEMIC: GOOD OR BAD?

Covid-19 struck us without a warning and left all educational institutions scrambling to respond to its urgencies. It has also created a need to creatively deal with such unforeseen and once-in-a-century catastrophic event that is being called the ‘new normal’.When the lockdown was announced in the last week of March […]

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