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Sunday, 25 April 2021

551 oxygen generation plants to be set up in district government hospitals through PM CARES


 

The Prime Minister's Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund, PM CARES Fund has given in-principle approval for allocation of funds for installation of 551 dedicated Pressure Swing Adsorption, PSA Medical Oxygen Generation Plants inside public health facilities in the country. The decision is in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s direction of boosting availability of oxygen to hospitals. The Prime Minister has directed that these plants should be made functional as soon as possible. He said that these plants will serve as a major boost to oxygen availability at the district level. These dedicated plants will be established in identified Government hospitals in district headquarters in various States and Union Territories. The procurement will be done through Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
The PM CARES Fund had earlier this year allocated over 201 crore rupees for installation of additional 162 dedicated PSA Medical Oxygen Generation Plants inside public health facilities in the country.

The basic aim behind establishing PSA Oxygen Generation Plants at Government hospitals in the district headquarters is to further strengthen the public health system and ensure that each of these hospitals has a captive oxygen generation facility. Such an in-house captive oxygen generation facility will address the day to day medical oxygen needs of these hospitals and the district. In addition, the liquid medical oxygen will serve as a top up to the captive oxygen generation. Such a system will go a long way in ensuring that Government hospitals in the districts do not face sudden disruption of oxygen supplies and have access to adequate uninterrupted oxygen supply to manage the COVID-19 patients and other patients needing such support.

Home Minister Amit Shah has thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for allocating funds to install 551 PSA Oxygen Generation Plants in public health facilities across the country through PM CARES. In a tweet, Mr Shah said, it is a big decision to curb the oxygen crisis and help the people in need. 

 

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Friday, 19 March 2021

Experiences of Frontline Workers in Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh during the COVID-19 Pandemic

 

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This study examines the evolving role and experiences of Frontline Workers (FLWs) during and after the nation-wide lockdown in 2020.

The findings provide insights into how FLWs shouldered additional responsibilities, how they have adapted to the disruption of routine health and nutrition related services, and how they have initiated creative responses to help the system adapt to the ‘new normal’.

 

 

 

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Wednesday, 17 March 2021

Official Launch of Youth As Researchers: exploring the impact of COVID-19

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The Youth as Researchers (YAR) Program, co-convened by UNESCO, National University of Ireland Galway, and the Pennsylvania State University, officially launched on 4 December 2020. The public launch event featured speeches from high-level UNESCO staff, including Gabriela Ramos, the Assistant Director-General of the Social and Human Sciences Sector, Mark Brennan and Pat Dolan, UNESCO Chairs, representatives of YAR partner organizations, and Irish actor, Cillian Murphy.

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The now officially launched Youth as Researchers initiative is the biggest youth-led initiative in response to COVID-19 in the world. Webbankir [CPS] RU - ADM The initiative has received over 6,000 applicants from determined and eager youth who have experienced a year like no other, and have all been impacted by the pandemic, seeing their hopes and plans for the future alter dramatically. Nevertheless, youth have risen to offer solutions to the pandemic, and in response, YAR celebrates their resilience. In fact, what was originally seen as 10-12 research groups has now expanded to over 37 research groups, composed of teams at the national, regional and global levels, with approximately 300 young people total. Nevertheless, the number of groups is still growing.

Youth researchers have been invited through this program to engage with the UN, academia and civil society, while collaborating with like-minded peers from both similar and diverse backgrounds. Building off of their research capacity and experience, youth generate knowledge about how COVID-19 has affected the lives of youth in the fields of well-being, learning, youth-led action, human rights and use of technology. YAR encourages youth to confront the often misleading perception of youth being “young” and “healthy”: an immune response to the pandemic.

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The YAR program was founded by the UNESCO Chair in Children Youth and Civic Engagement at the National University of Ireland Galway in 2014 and applied initially in Europe and later in North America, Africa and Asia, in cooperation with the UNESCO Chair in Rural Community, Leadership and Youth Development at the Pennsylvania State University. Now, with the help of UNESCO and the UNESCO Chairs as well as partners, including UNDP, OHCHR, Make a Difference Leadership Foundation, International Youth Media Summit, and University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Vietnam, the program has made it to the international stage.

 

Highlights from the Launch

The YAR launch included several hundred participants – including researchers, UNESCO and UN affiliates – over Zoom and Facebook live. The Assistant Director-General of the Social and Human Sciences Sector, Gabriela Ramos, in particular, emphasized that it is a privilege to be working with youth and expressed her support by explaining that, “The fact that we have this initiative recognizes and celebrates the strength and resilience of youth and builds on the capacity of the younger generation who gets into the research. I hope we will get great outcomes and work together to improve the state of the world.”

Cillian Murphy, who is also a patron of the UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre at the National University of Ireland Galway, emphasized that the impact of Covid-19 explicitly on the youth is uncertain: “We don’t yet know the effect [COVID-19] is having on 40% of the total world population who are under 24 years of age. So, it is vitally important that we listen to youth voices and particularly those youth who are living under stress during this time,” Cillian said.

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Mark Brennan, UNESCO Chair at the Pennsylvania State University, speaking on behalf of himself and fellow UNESCO Chair, Pat Dolan, at National University of Ireland Galway, expanded upon this to tell the youth researchers: “You’re leading change in the face of this pandemic...but this is nothing new. This is what youth have always done. You are and have always been the driving force of social change, support for each other, and making resilience happen in the face of the most massive levels of adversity.”

Ultimately, this is a unique, innovative and groundbreaking UNESCO initiative -- developed and implemented by, with and for youth at every stage -- that is meant to give the voice, space and power to young people to shape the #NextNormal - a better Normal. To echo the sentiments of Cillian Murphy at the start of the launch, “let’s listen to what youth have to say in this study and hear and act on the messages that they give us.”

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Tuesday, 16 March 2021

Centre appoints high-level team to review Medical Care & Public Health arrangements for Kumbh Mela at Haridwar

 


 

Centre has deployed a three-member high-level central team to review Medical Care and Public Health arrangements for Kumbh Mela at Haridwar in Uttarakhand. The team is being led by Dr SK Singh, Director, National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC). Dr SK Jain, Additional Director and Dr Meera Dhuria, Deputy Director, both from NCDC are the team members.


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Ministry of Health said that the team will focus on the status of implementation of the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for the Kumbh Mela issued by it in the context of implementing preventive measures to contain spread of COVID-19. The team will also review the implementation of its field level recommendations given to the State during its last visit, a month back.

 

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Tuesday, 9 March 2021

Mission Mera Mobile Mera Marketing

 Rural Marketing in India through which we are enabling rural entrepreneurs/ farmers to do their free Digital Marketing using their own mobiles,


The key components of MISSION MeraMobileMeraMarketing.

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2 Creation of back end linkages

Hands on sessions of rural stakeholders wiz farmers, self help groups , artisans, rural entrepreneurs are taken  on using this platform effectively for posting their own ads as well as for making direct market linkages. These Capacity Building programs are done for them using their own mobiles .Various online programs are also taken for creating these back end linkages with support from various Govt, Non Govt players working in Rural Development Sector. MKCL has developed Hindi videos on how to use  marketmirchi.com for your zero budget digital marketing for this online trainings

3 Creation of front end linkages

The various Online/ Offline strategies including Artificial Intelligence techniques (with support from IIT Mumbai), Search Engine optimization etc are leveraged to find B2B,B2C linkages for rural products. Now even Big Basket, Reliance Retail has posted their procurement Ads on https://www.marketmirchi.com
More than 70 % direct market linkages are generated by this free but effective humble effort apart from increasing digital foot print of Rural India.


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Sunday, 7 March 2021

'Bittu': An Oscar-Nominated Short Film on the Cost of Indifference

An uncomfortable watch, 'Bittu' examines a fundamental question of why we are the way we are.

 'Bittu': An Oscar-Nominated Short Film on the Cost of Indifference 

The 17-minute short Bittu opens to a pre-teen girl singing a flirtatious song. Bittu (Rani Kumari) is performing for a bunch of men who, appreciating the show, drop coins on the ground. Soon, her friend, Chanda (Renu Kumari), sings a similar number – Bittu complements the lyrics through gestures; the men look pleased, requesting a Bollywood song. They break into a Bhojpuri hit, Lollypop Lage Lu; more coins drop, the girls dance, and the original song plays in the background.

It’s a discomfiting scene for obvious reasons – young girls, adult men, erotic songs, loose change – but the unease is heightened by the perhaps deliberate haphazard cinematography: the camera wanders close to the actors’ faces; the ends of heads are chopped; the subjects are filmed from an angle. It’s a fitting opening to a film where a disoriented world spins out of control. 


 

The rest of the film is set in a school in a hilly village. Filmmaker Karishma Dev Dube doesn’t name the location – making the setting inconsequential – and yet this is a specific Indian story. The protagonists, Bittu and Chanda, are poor. Their boarding school comprises a few battered rooms. There’s a tap outside where the children clean up. There’s just one teacher. The food is basic: a soggy mix of dal and rice. Bittu’s face is unwashed – a snot squats under her nose.

Dube presents the characters and settings unvarnished; we observe them as bystanders, soon realising the futility of that exercise, for this is a film about negligence.

Dube drops subtle hints. Even in such a small school, the principal doesn’t remember Bittu’s name. Her son, a school admin, hauls a torn bag of rice, spilling its contents. When the cook tells the principal that she can’t use the oil for making food as it’s smelly, she hears, “Work with what you have.”

None of the characters, however, are villains. The schoolteacher and the cook are in fact caring. It’s just that the indifference has settled so deep in people who run this place – the principal and her son – that it runs like blood in their veins.

Bittu, shortlisted for the Best Live Action Short Film at the 93rd Academy Awards, examines the cost of that mindset. It asks an essential question about our very way of living: Why are we the way we are?

Surrounded amid this big question are two small kids, the film’s leading light and conscience.

 

 

The casting and acting are wonderful. Rani and Renu complement and complete each other. Bittu is fierce and naughty, prepared to quarrel and offend. She has the face of a curious toughie – a know-it-all who can read minds. Chanda is sweet and fragile; even her rebukes are tender. Their relationship covers the whole gamut of crests and troughs: they play, tease, fight – and protect each other with an intensity that only one child can have for another.

But another crucial difference sets them apart: Bittu is stubborn and disobedient – and it’s her defiance that saves her. “How are good children supposed to be?” the principal and the teacher ask at different points. The students place their index fingers on lips, indicating silence, implying subservience.

But Bittu is too cool for school.

Even though theirs is a co-ed school, the protagonists’ gender does not seem coincidental. An Indian girl is considered insignificant; a poor Indian girl is considered invisible. “Do you think you’re precious?” the teacher asks Bittu while scolding her.

She does not reply, but you can hear her scream. The short ends with the shock of a climax, but the more shocking bit is that it is inspired from a true story. 

 

This happened, says Bittu, we let it happen.

The film ends with the shot of Bittu staring into a long lost night: a child assailed by questions that this world cannot answer.  

 

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Saturday, 27 February 2021

Bhakti Movement Saint Guru Ravidas Jayanti being observed across the country

 



Guru Ravidas Jayanti is being celebrated all across the country today. His influence on Indian culture is immense, especially in North India.

Bhakti movement saint Guru Ravidas is well-known for making efforts in eradicating caste system. He was contemporary to Kabirdas and Mirabai was a disciple of Ravidas.

Kiwi.com World Ravidas Jayanti has a special significance among the people following Ravidassia religion, a religion founded on the principles of Ravidas. His importance in Sikhism is denoted by the fact that 40 of his poems were included in the sacred ure of the religion, the Adi Granth.

President Ram Nath Kovind has greeted people on Guru Ravidas Jayanti. In his message, Mr Kovind said, Guru Ravidas was a great saint and a religious reformer, who devoted his life to serve humanity. The President said, through his teachings, he delivered the message of equality, justice, peace and harmony to mankind.

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He said, Guru Ravidas worked for promoting the principles of social harmony and brotherhood throughout his life. He called upon people to resolve to take inspiration from his teachings and strive for strengthening fraternity in the society for the benefit of humanity.  Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu today paid tributes to Sant Ravidas on his Jayanti. Mr Naidu said, Ravidas Ji believed in universal brotherhood and spread the message of unity through his writings and teachings. He called upon people to emulate his teachings and resolve to follow the path shown by him.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today paid tributes to Sant Ravidas on his Jayanti. In a tweet, Mr Modi said, the messages given by Sant Ravidas on equality, goodwill and compassion centuries ago, will inspire the countrymen for ages.

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BJP President J P Nadda has said that all the schemes of Narendra Modi government are aimed at strengthening the person standing on the last mile.

Addressing a function on Sant Ravidas Jayanti at party headquarters in New Delhi, Mr Nadda said, government is bringing the poor, deprived, exploited and the Dalit into the mainstream through these schemes.
He said, the people should take inspiration from the life of Sant Ravidas and try to inculcate his teachings in day-to-day life.


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Union petroleum minister Dharmendra Pradhan today visited the Ravidas Temple in Syargovardhan area of Varanasi on the occasion of Sant Ravidas Jayanti. He arrived yesterday in Varanasi on a two-day tour.


Today on the first day of his tour, petroleum minister inspected the CNG station built at the Khirkiya Ghat area and then he reviewed the PNG gas pipeline being laid in the city. He is also scheduled to attend a party meeting and adresse the workers.

  

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