Kerela School Breaking Stereotypes !

An all-woman team of teachers and staff run the school. And now, the school has broken a stereotype by introducing gender-neutral uniform comprising of short pants and shirts.Valayanchirangara LP, a 104-year-old government primary school in Ernakulam district of Kerala is quite unique, besides the reason it is in the news these days.An all-woman team of teachers and staff run the ... Read More »

India as a Manufacturing Hub for Medical Devices !

The government is stitching up a plan to lure the medical devices industry to Make in India, along the lines of telecom and electronics, seeking to cut reliance on imports and lower costs. Niti Aayog, the government’s think tank, has started work on the plan, which comes as the US spars with India over price curbs imposed on medical devices to ... Read More »

CK Birla hospital to invest upto Rs 1000 Cr for Women !

Healthcare provider CK Birla Hospital for Women is planning to invest up to Rs 1,000 crore to add around 14 more hospitals under the brand across the country by the end of 2025, founder Avanti Birla has said. The company currently has one 75-bed multi-speciality hospital focusing on healthcare system for women in Gurugram. “We are looking to add around 14 ... Read More »

Time to focus on Water Conservation !

The 26th edition of the Indian Plumbing Conference and Exhibition will be held on October 11 and 12 in Bengaluru. The theme of the conference is ‘H2-WOE, WAT-ER WAY TO GO.’ The event is expected to have 700 delegates, over 10,000 trade visitors and other professionals including plumbing consultants, plumbing contractors, architects, interior designers, real estate developers, utility owners, hoteliers, hospital ... Read More »

Pharma Park in Haryana-The New hub of Pharma Industries in the next 2 years

The Haryana government’s project of a modern pharma park in Karnal will change the state into a hub of pharma industries by creating globally competitive pharma MSMEs. Once realized, it will generate employment opportunities for 25,000 skilled and unskilled personnel, says R L Sharma, chairman of the SPV, Karnal Pharma Park Ltd (KPPL).KPPL is the special purpose vehicle (SPV) formed ... Read More »

Send me to school..not to work !

The term Child Labor is used for employment of children below a certain age, which is considered illegal by law and custom. The stipulated age varies from country to country and government to governmentChild labor is a world phenomenon which is considered exploitative and inhuman by many international organizationsAccording to the statistics given by International Labor Organization there are about ... Read More »

Indian Health Tech platform by Temasek !

Singapore’s Temasek is looking to build and nurture a health-tech platform in India as an extension to its existing healthcare platform Sheares, where most of its Asian healthcare businesses are anchored, senior officials of the fund told ET. “We have an operating team in Singapore and are looking to scale up our operations in India. As the country’s healthcare sector is ... Read More »

The same tap..98% less water !

It’s a fact: Earth is in the grips of a global water crisis. According to UN Water around 2 billion people, or almost one-fifth of the world’s population, live in areas of water scarcity. By 2025 more than 3 billion people could be living in water-stressed countries—and 14 countries will slip from water stress to water scarcity.It’s difficult to change ... Read More »

Robotic Surgery Technology by Fortis Hospital

Fortis Hospital, Mulund, one of the leading healthcare solution provider of Maharashtra, has installed Da Vinci Xi Robotic Surgical system, the most advanced Robotic surgery technology in the world. The four-armed surgical robotic system will be used for the specialties of urology, oncology, gynaecology, head & neck and gastrointestinal surgery. The surgical system was inaugurated in presence of Dr S Narayani, Zonal ... Read More »

Planting compulsory for students-Rajasthan !

The country is losing its green cover at a rapid rate. But that is nothing new. What matters are the proactive people and the government policies conducive to bring a massive change in the dark scenario. The Rajasthan government has ordered the launch of four such environmental initiatives in its state-run engineering colleges with the idea of eco-conservation in celebration ... Read More »

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