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  • Education in the time of Covid-19

    May 30, 2020 by

    A couple of memes on Social media said “What! Education is not essential service, I have spent so many years of my life on it.” And many laughed over it. Well… It is essential according to me. Reading learning, studying, assignments, test, exams, all are a part of education. So are mentors, teachers, non-teaching staff,… Read more

  • Devices on the rise

    April 30, 2020 by

    There was a time when screen time was to be restricted. Its effect on the eyes and sedentary lifestyle were highlighted. But today in this Pandemic-stuck world, all eyes on the device. I particularly draw attention to the online classes. The new norm, that earlier belonged to the countries where our cousins lived, is now… Read more

  • #Day 13

    April 20, 2020 by

    #Day 13 is 06/04/2020, Monday. The news that I want to share today is from a modelling by the University of Sydney which says that the prevlaence of Covid-19 in Australia could peak in mid-April and new cases reduce almost zero in July. It also adds that widespread testing to testing asymptomatic cases, a firm… Read more

  • #Day 12

    April 9, 2020 by

    Day 12 is 05/04/2020, Sunday. India’s death toll is still under 100, which is a very good news. Maharastra has called for additional manpower to enfore lockdown to maintain law and order in the state. In India, for the first time throwing light in the demography of the disease in India, The Union Health Ministry… Read more

  • #Day 11

    April 8, 2020 by

    Day 11 is 04/04/2020, Saturday. Today in India, were suggestions to people not to turn off refrigerators, main switches during “the 9 minute turning off lights” announced by the Indian PM. The PM tries to bring the nation together. Unity is strength is his mantra. With the knowledge of the health system in India, building… Read more

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