The world is at war with an unseen virus, contemporaneously the world witnesses India battle forms of deadly colored virus! A rare country where a mere assessment in the form of ‘higher secondary school examination’ supersedes survival of students; as our future generation remains most vulnerable, unprotected, and lethal to the colored virus. Over the past two years, schools, universities, institutions, and offices both government and private globally adopted the virtual world and still continues to. India too embraced online education, as classrooms shifted to homes. Disparity remains apparent - urban homes had eyeful parents, snoozing students and rural homes had no internet facility, smartphones, or even electricity. This dramatic change caused a digital divide in the education
The second alarming wave wreaks havoc in India leaving multitudes of infants and children in India orphaned, some have lost their parents even at birth. COVID-19 is brutally cruel to infants and children who are in turmoil after losing their parents and carers. A significant number of the COVID Orphans have lost both their parents/carers and have no one to look after them. Surviving parent has become incapable to take care of their own infants and children either due to their hospitalization and/or financial and/or psychological constraints. “Reluctant relatives reveal a fickle and/or a fragile mental state!” Overflowing calls for adoption of these abandoned COVID orphans are being flooded on social media. However such routes can squarely be detrimental or even dangerous to the welfare of
The BBC recently reported on the vigor with which India is rolling out its vaccines, whilst reminding us of India’s high rate of infections. “India has confirmed more than 11 million cases and over 157,000 deaths. The country has recorded the second-highest number of Covid-19 infections in the world after the United States” we are informed. However this is a partial picture. For while India has had many infections, the rate of infection compares favorably with large swathes of the rest of the world. Perhaps even more importantly, as this map shows India has consistently maintained some of the lowest rates of death found anywhere until very recently. Most surprisingly India’s highest spike in death rates last September came plummeting down in October last year at precisely the time w
The world is panicking about the novel coronavirus pandemic but what nobody talks about is the importance of mental health during situations like this. I am going to talk about this mental crisis because most people don't think it is important enough to address. Trust me. It is equally as important. As of now, the best solution we have is to stay indoors but most of us don’t really comprehend how hard that is if surrounded by the wrong people. Staying indoors for days and losing sanity by the end of the pandemic absolutely makes no sense. If you lose yourself mentally, then is there a purpose to fight to stay physically alive? There is this maxim that says, " People think being alone makes you lonely but I don't think that is true being surrounded by the wrong people is the lonelies
The Information and Public Relations Department, in association with Indian Red Cross Society and Karnataka State Labour Institute, has rolled out this activity to track down spammers.. The doctors and healthcare frontlines are always doing their job at hospitals and else where.. The Corona Warriors are youngsters who are assigned to give awareness of spamming during this epidemic. This will reduce the panic situation which has already been created by many spammers They are named as the CORONA WARRIORS.. Antony Richard ( R Square ) one of the Volunteer speaks about the challenges he faces in this role.. He says first and foremost the support of the public is needed by making them self aware that forwarding spam on social media is only creating more confusions to each and every...