Even before the break of Covid-19 outbreak,India was the largest producer of vaccines in the World.”Pharma vision 2020 ” took speed after the acceptance of Covid-19 by India.The goal is to become a World leader by end to end production of ‘Pharmaceutical’ products.The importance of Indian vaccine is that much that United State requested India to export ‘HydroxyChloroquine’ which is believed have some success in combatting Covid-19.This has shown the World that India has power and relevance in producing best medicines.Science ministry gave a statement that by August 15 would be releasing a novel corona virus vaccine.Six Indian companies are working day and night on Vividh -19 vaccine.Along with two Indian vaccines, Covaxin and ZyCov-D, world over 11 out of 140 vaccines candidates are in human trial said,the ministry.India a leading manufacturer of vaccines and generic medicines, is expected to play a key role in this race.Dozen of vaccines around the corner of the World are being in progress.
India and China are going in locked in an eye ball to eye ball face off in Laddakh with each other.Since 5 May,2020 chinese and indian troops have engaged in face-offs and skirmishes at location along the Sino Indian Border, including near the disputed Hanging lake in Ladakh.In May, chinese objected the construction of Indian road in Galwan river valley.On 15 of June 20 Indian personnel including a colonel,were killed in a clash with Chinese troops in Galwan valley.The clash resulted in biggest confrontation between the two militaries.Indian goverment has taken a decision in order to respond to the border dispute with China.Prime minister Naredra Modi said, has taken a decision of boycotting Chinese application in India ie,zoom ,tik-tok,shareit along with that bycooting chinese goods and this teach “China a lesson”. However various types of action are taken on the economic front including cancellation of certain contacts with Chinese firm.
2020 would be definitely unforgettable for all of us who are witnessing this.This year brought up with itself many changes in us as well as around us.This year would rather be a story, which we would definitely forward to our future generations.This chapter rather become a new history in this World.The changes brought up by the ‘Castorphic Corona Outbreak’ are “Touch is the new phobia”.The biggest change this pandemic brought is that people are actually afraid of touching each other.”Online Film festivals and Music Concerts” are the new trend as the public gathering are prohibited so major film festival would be organized in collaboration with the “Youtube” which even named as ‘We Are One’s.”Video call for wedding Now” we never wondered that digitalization has a greater scope as now the video calls are taking place through video call.’Mask and gloves’ are part of lifestyle as they become so essential part in every-day life without it we can’t go out.Last the ‘Peope suffered the Most” exhausted migrant workers who walked for 100 km in order to go home falls sleep on the railway track.There also number of labourers who actually lost their life while walking backing to their homes.
National Doctor’s Day – 1st July
“Medicines cure diseases, but only doctors can cure patients” – Carl Jung
India celebrates National Doctor’s Day every year, on this day doctors across the country are honoured for their relentless service. This day is like a tribute to all medical and healthcare professionals who have attended to patients and did their bit for the society irrespective of all odds. This day is to express gratitude towards the importance of doctors in our lives and the role they play in the welfare of this humankind.
In India, National Doctors Day is organised by the Indian Medical Association (IMA).
The Doctor’s Day theme this year’s stands, “Lessen the mortality of COVID 19”. It includes awareness about asymptomatic hypoxia and early aggressive therapy.
July 1 marks the birth, as well as the death anniversary of one of the most renowned physicians in India, Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy. He was also the second chief minister of West Bengal. He received the country’s highest civilian award, Bharat Ratna , on February 4, 1961, and therefore the day is celebrated to honour the personality. Dr Roy was honoured with the country’s highest civilian award, Bharat Ratna, on February 4, 1961. In 1991, India started celebrating the National Doctor’s Day in honour of Dr Roy as a great physician.
While this year, due to the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, it has been particularly hard on medical professionals. The hard work and dedication of the doctors since the start of the pandemic has been praise worthy. Due to the widespread of coronavirus, National Doctor’s Day celebration will not include face to face meetings and celebrations. State-level webinars and virtual meetings by video conferencing will be conducted to acknowledge the efforts of each doctor and medical practitioners.
Every member of IMA and the local branch take a lead in the local area and bring about a change in the current situation (Covid-19 pandemic), said the IMA.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi took to twitter and posted a video to thank the Covid warriors who have been taking care of each one of us and serving the country without thinking about their lives.
For several years National Doctor’s Day is celebrated by the Government and non-government healthcare organisations to get familiar with the doctor’s contributions. Healthcare organisations staff organises several events and activities on this day. For grand celebration on Doctor’s Day Rotary Club of the North Calcutta and North East Calcutta Social & Welfare Organization” organises big events annually.
Free medical check-up camps are organised at various health care centers and public places by the health care organisations to promote quality medical services free of cost among the public. Rotational medical services by the doctors are also promoted. Various discussion programs are organised across the country to make people aware of health check-up, prevention, diagnosis, proper treatment of the disease, etc.
General screening test camps are also organised to assess the health status, health counseling, health nutrition talks and chronic disease awareness among poor people and senior citizens.
The contribution of doctors needs to be recognised this year more than ever as they combat the coronavirus pandemic from the frontlines as Frontline Warriors .Therefore honour front line warriors and support medical workers to fight with the virus.
“People Pay the Doctor for His Trouble; for His Kindness, They Still Remain in His Debt” -Seneca.
Kerala, which recorded India’s first three corona virus cases,has been successful in flattening the curve of new infections. The southern state has reported 3,451 cases, of which 1809 patients were discharged after receiving treatment . Twenty-two deaths have been recorded so far in Kerala.
Kerala Health Minister KK Shailaja popularly known as Shailaja Teacher has been hailed for effectively control the Covid-19 curve in the state , at a time when the entire country was devasted by the disease. Kerala was apparently successful to fight with the virus because of timely intervention by the Minister.
Recently she was honoured by the United Nations during the celebration of Public Service Day for tackling the Covid-19 pandemic Effectively .The UN observed Public Service Day on 23 rd June to honour those who risking their life and health to deliver essential public services amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
the event was held at virtual platform and saw the digital participatation of UN secretary General Antonio Guterres and other top dignitaries
Work from home may remain part of the norm for many in India’s financial industry beyond the end of the world’s biggest lockdown. The reason: elimination of lengthy commutes in the past three months has boosted employee productivity. Take Jefferies’ India team for example. On average, its 60 members have managed to save over an hour every day on commute and 70% of them have seen higher productivity, according to a note from the brokerage, drawing on a survey of its staff.
As banks and asset managers around the world try to figure out how they’ll manage their offices after the coronavirus pandemic, many in Mumbai – India’s finance hub – see the opportunity for permanent change in how they work. The average commute time on the city’s major routes is over an hour, more than twice the averages of Singapore, Hong Kong and New York, according to a study by the IDFC Institute, a public policy think-tank.
Neil Parikh, chief executive officer of Parag Parikh Financial Advisory Services, like many others is finding the experience better than expected – so much so that he’s reconsidering plans of adding to the money manager’s offices in India’s top cities. He plans to equip new hires with laptops and high-speed Internet connections instead. “Now there’s no stigma around working from home,” he said. “I can see some from my research team being much more productive. Working from home saves almost 3-to-4 hours everyday in travel time for some people.”
Reliance Securities Ltd. has shelved plans to shift to a new premise. The firm, one of India’s leading retail broking houses, will have half its staff continue to work from home as it implements a rotational program to comply with social distancing norms, according to Chief Human Resource Officer Meenaa Sharma. “Many of our employees are saying that their productivity has gone up, and feedback from clients on research reports is good,” she said.
nullWhile the daily number of virus cases in Mumbai, India’s worst-hit city, has been stable in recent days, concerns over a second wave means businesses have little choice but to operate remotely. With economy set for its first full-year contraction in 40 years, India has begun reopening from the lockdown imposed on March 24 even as the country has the fourth-highest number of infections in the world.
Yet, not everyone in the world of finance is in a position to work remotely on a long-term basis. While banks and stock depositories had been open through the lockdown, designated as ‘essential services’, dealers who execute trades may have to return to office in greater numbers once regulatory relaxations are rolled back. “Businesses like ours where there’s sensitivity of information, at least some part of staff like dealers have to be in the office” said Jinesh Gopani, head of equities at Axis Asset Management Co. “Those parts were allowed at home because it was a crisis. But it is not ideal from the regulator’s point of view in the long term.”
For now, only a fraction of the staff in the financial-services industry is back in office. The unexpected benefits of working remotely mean it’s likely to be a favored option well into the future. “Productivity has improved dramatically because of removing unproductive travel time,” said Gopani. Working from home one or two days a week may become ‘the new normal’.
Communication is like a skill that you can learn.It’s like riding a bicycle or typing.if you are willing to work at it,you can rapidly improve the quality of every part of your life.In a lame language”Communication is a process through which one person can share his views,thoughts ,ideas to the other person”.A good communication acts as a tool through which we can connect to different people all around the Globe and create a network.It is not only necessary but it’s the need of the hour every individual whether he/she might be a student a professional etc must possesed good communication skills because this is the need of the hour.It allows you to get the trust of the people and at the same time carries better opportunities for the individuals.The significance of communication is that it is required in daily life it act as a catalyst in building relationships with people.It is mainly of two domain oral and written communication.There are many issues which can be handled through right and effective communication.It is useful in Corporate World as it’s foster strong team if efficient and proper communication is done through hierarchy.Even difficult to difficult issues can be solved and solutions can be graped through poweful communication.Someone has rightly said “The more we communicate the less we suffer and the better we feel about everything around”.
If you don’t follow the stock market then surely you are loosing something amazing.The stock market is a wonderfully efficient mechanism for transferring wealth from the impatient to impatient.In a lame language ‘A stock market, share market is the aggregation of buyers and sellers of stocks which represents ownership claim on buisness, these may include securities listed on public stock exchange as well as stock that it only traded privately. Investment in stock market is done mainly through stock brokerages and electronic platforms.The stock market is the most important way through which company raise money,along with debt market which are generally for imposing but do not trade publically.Stock exchange offers liquidity which enables investors to quickly and easily sell securities.It is the indicator through stock market the country’s economic strength and development are measured.Rising share price, for Instance trend to be associated with increased buisness environment and vice versa.Share price also effects the wealth of house hold and consumption.The smooth functioning of all the these activities lead to economic growth in that lower costs and enterprise promote the production of good and services as well as possibly employment.The way to earn money in the stock market is to buy a stock then when price go up sell it,if it’s not going up don’t buy someone has rightly said ,”We don’t have to be smarter than the rest we have to be more disciplined than the rest”.
Financial crisis is any broad variety of situations in which some financial assets suddenly loose a large part of their nominal value these situations are interlinked with the stock market crashes and the bursting of the other financial bubbles, currency crisis and sovereign defaults.In the 19th and early 20th century,many financial crises were associated with banking panics,and many recession coincided with these. Financial crises directly results in loss of paper wealth.The World major economies are currently affected by the pandemic this is a crisis like no other, and there is substantial uncertainty about its impact on other and people’s lives and livelihoods. A lot depends upon the epidemiology of the virus , the effectiveness of the containment measures and the development of the vaccine which is hard to predict.The corona virus recession or the great shut down has which rose an economic consequence.The first major sign of the corona virus was the 2020 clash stock market clash and the International monetary fund (IMF) reported that all of the G7 nations has already entered or entering the “deep recession” and that had already lead to slowdown of the emerging economies.The recession had led to unemployment Worldwide and the recession saw the collapse of the price of oil triggered by the price war.During the crash, global stock market made unpredictable and volatile swings mainly due to extreme uncertainty in markets.
An eclipse is an astronomical event that occurs when an astronomical object or spacecraft passess by the Sun or The Moon.An eclipse is either the result of an occulation (completely hidden) or a transit ( partially hidden).The term eclipse is most often used to describe either a ‘Solar Eclipse’ or ‘Moon Eclipse’.A Solar eclipse occurs when the portion of the Earth is engulfed in a shadow cast by the Moon which fully or partially blocks the Sunlight. This occurs when the Sun , Moon and the Earth are aligned.Such alignment concides with a new Moon (Syzygy) which indicates that the Moon is closest to the ecilptic plane. In a total eclipse the dusk of the Sun is fully obsucred by the Moon.In partial and annular eclipses, only part of the Sun is obscured.On 21st June 2020 Solar eclipse marked one of only 5 such instances where a maximum Solar Eclipse was visible from India in a time frame of the next 100 years.The annualar part belt of the eclipse passed through cities like Joshimath, and Dehradun in Uttrakhand,Sirsa in Haryana and parts of Rajasthan it was almost visible from ever part of the country.India witnessed the magnificent “Ring of Fire” and saw the skies turn dark as the Moon overshadowed the mighty Sun.