New Delhi [India], February 10 (ANI/SRV Media): As seen over the past few decades, water scarcity has become a global issue. Scientists and experts all around the world are putting dates on when water will not be available in certain areas. Now more than ever is the time to step up and collectively work towards conserving the planet’s water resources.
To bring this change across the globe and in India, Glojal (Global Water Mission) Foundation is dedicating their entire life. Ambassador of the organization is Shipra Pathak, or colloquially known as the water woman. She is revered as the Global Water Ambassador owing to her selfless dedication towards the cause.
Known also as Mokshadaayini Maa Shipra, the spiritual sage has devoted her life towards the betterment of the global water scenario. She is committed to promoting basic human value, fostering inter-religious harmony, advocating for the welfare of the global village, and reviving ancient Indian knowledge. A truly unique sage for an unbridled expression on life, mysticism, and spirituality.
Maa Shipra strives to work towards reviving a dying planet and urges thousands to take a stand with her for the conservation, preservation and sustainable development of water on a global scale. The Water Woman believes every citizen needs to work with the government to achieve the goal.
Water Woman, Shipra Pathak, on the need to act now, says, “Natural resources around the world are depleting and it is time every human being acts upon it. Conserving and planning for a sustainable future has become the need of the hour. At Glojal Foundation, we are committed to fighting against injustice as well as conserving clear water around the world. Along with this, we also promote a future where peace prevails and hatred is completely eradicated. We all need to work towards providing an improved future for our coming generations.”
Glojal has inspired thousands of followers who have now made water conservation and preservation their main goal in life. The organization creates locally and globally synchronized events, yajnas, and prayers with a focus on saving global water, global peace and celebrating our humanity. The followers are invited to also meditate, host local events and ceremonies, and pray in their own way for the ultimate goals. Glojal’s main mission is to educate and connect purpose-driven leaders to create an abundant and sustainable world for everyone.
Maa Shipra believes that everyone is a part of One Human Family and the duties are to conserve and value our natural resources. By unifying race, religion and nationality, a living demonstration of underlying unity and an emerging planetary culture is created. This culture embraces the interdependence and well-being of all and forms a unified effort to conserve Mother Nature.
Through local and global events, Glojal invites people from around the world to be a part of Sustainable Development Goal – 6 (SDG) and SDG – 16. Through this, Glojal aims to build a global network of organizations, leaders, and innovators who are working together to create a better world.
To know more, GLOJAL| Pledge for Water
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Suchita Oswal Jain bestowed with the Outstanding Women Leader Award at 8th World Women Leadership Congress & Awards
Ludhiana (Punjab) [India], March 6 (ANI/NewsVoir): Suchita Oswal Jain, the Vice-Chairman and Joint Managing Director of Vardhman Textiles has been awarded with the prestigious “Outstanding Woman Leader 2021” Award at the 8th edition of World Women Leadership Congress and Awards.
The award is conferred for outstanding contribution to the industry and society. Recently she was also awarded India CSR Leadership Award 2021 by India CSR Network and Asia One Women Empowerment Entrepreneur Award 2019-20 by Asia One magazine.
Jain, who is the key driving force behind Vardhman is associated with the organization for about 30 years. Instrumental in formulating the group strategy, CSR initiatives, governance policies, corporate services, new projects along with expansion plans, Jain prefers to lead from the front and as an able custodian of her family business is a source of inspiration to numerous other women.
She has played a pivotal role in taking the business to new heights. She is the one to foray into the manufacturing of fabrics, not only starting the forward integration of the Group but making Vardhman the largest vertically integrated textile manufacturer in the country.
A woman of grit and determination, she advocates the economic inclusion of women to be the strongest pillar of true empowerment. She has done noteworthy work to promote education, make healthcare accessible to all, for rural development besides women empowerment. As a businesswoman, she believes in giving back to society.
Jain attended the event hosted by World Women Leadership Congress virtually and expressed her gratitude to the people who are working to amplify the voices of fantastic women across the globe and re-shaping the future. She congratulated all fellow women who are equally driven by passion as she is and are working towards making a difference through their endeavours. “A better world starts with a better you”, she said while receiving the award.
World Women Leadership Congress is an organization that honours the strategic and influential role of women leaders. The Congress felicitates distinct innovations and initiatives brought in by outstanding women leaders and organizations in various private and public sectors.
Suchita Jain’s audacious goals to taking Vardhman to new heights and her able leadership making the dreams come true signify the hard work and unparalleled passion she possesses which is worth all the appreciation she receives. A revered Member of the Board at the International Textile Manufacturers Federation, she is a trend-setter and a barrier-breaker.
You can also visit Suchita’s website to know more about her, www.suchitaoswaljain.com.
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KHPT in partnership with Central TB Division and USAID hosts a panel discussion on Gender Approach to Equitable Health: Perspective during a pandemic
New Delhi [India], March 6 (ANI/BusinessWire India): Karnataka Health Promotion Trust (KHPT), in collaboration with the Central TB Division (CTD) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), held a webinar focusing on strengthening India’s health systems so they are more gender responsive, specifically in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The webinar brought together policy makers, health activists, and think tank leaders who discussed the importance of gender in responding to and determining the health needs of marginalized communities, especially women.
The panelists included Dr Nishant Kumar, Deputy Director, Central TB Division (CTD), the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), Sangita Patel, Director, Health Office, USAID/India, Mohan HL, CEO, KHPT, Dr Avni Amin, Technical Officer, Department of Reproductive Health and Research on Violence Against Women, WHO, Geneva, Dalbir Singh, President, Global Coalition Against TB, Blessina Kumar, CEO, Global Coalition Against TB and Pallavi Prasad, Senior Journalist.
“KHPT is committed to empowering all communities especially the most vulnerable. Pandemics like any other disasters have a disproportionate effect on women, more so among the poorer and socially excluded community groups. There is a need for resilient systems that are equipped to address the unique needs of women in adverse circumstances. While we all aspire for equity in health, taking significant and actional steps towards this end through understanding barriers, designing gender sensitive solutions and building evidences of successes for scale is our responsibility. I am sure this discussion will provide practical insights from experts on how to collaborate towards our collective goal of ensuring health for all,” said Mohan HL, CEO, KHPT, drawing attention to the need for focusing on the most vulnerable population.
“In keeping with India’s commitment to ending TB, the CTD is currently expediting all efforts to ensure a comprehensive, multi-sectoral, person-centred approach to TB. In this context, to ensure gender-responsive TB care services, we have constituted a National Technical Expert Committee on TB in Women in October 2018. This framework reflects the interactions between TB and gender at various levels, and outlines the influences and constraints of gender on the TB burden and response; defines actions which would help move towards a gender-responsive approach; and provides guidance to implement these actions,” said Dr Nishant Kumar, Deputy Director, Central TB Division, MoHFW.
In her key remarks, Sangita Patel, Director, Health Office, USAID emphasized USAID’s commitment to address the issue and said, “I am proud that USAID and its partners take gender into consideration when designing and implementing health programs. USAID’s policy on ‘Gender Equality and Female Empowerment’ aims to improve the lives of vulnerable people around the world by advancing equality and empowering women and girls to participate fully in and benefit from the development of their societies. This is true for all our interventions, including the TB program.”
“Initiatives that engage men and boys must be intentionally gender-transformative by challenging harmful masculinities and male privilege and power over women. Such initiatives have the potential to reduce men’s risk behaviors, encourage their help seeking and facilitate men to share care work and decision-making In doing so, they can positively influence men’s own health and that of women by promoting gender equality as a key determinant of health,” said Dr Avni Amin, Technical Officer, Department of Reproductive Health and Research on Violence Against Women, WHO, Geneva, underscoring and acknowledging the involvement of boys and men in gender-based initiatives.
“Gender equality and gender equity can be addressed by using various approaches including legislation, organizational processes, and promotion of awareness and information gathering. Appropriate policy framework coupled with strong political will and resilient health systems could overcome gender inequities in access to and quality of care. Challenges like stigma and social ostracization and other vulnerabilities could be addressed by deeper engagement of communities and local governments,” said Dr Dalbir Singh, President, Global Coalition Against TB.
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Momentum- a premier institute for IIT-JEE and NEET in Gorakhpur
Gorakhpur (Uttar Pradesh) [India], March 6 (ANI/BusinessWire India): Founded in 2004 by Er Sanjeev Kumar, Momentum revolutionized the coaching of IIT-JEE, NEET and Foundations in Gorakhpur.
As the amount and quality of results have shown the effectiveness of its mission and vision, the institute has risen beyond all expectations. MOMENTUM’s experience and methodology have created trust among students, parents and the general public that distinguishes it from others. In reality, Momentum has begun to make a difference in the way students think and address issues.
Founder and Managing Director of Momentum, Er Sanjeev Kumar, who completed his B Tech from IIT Dhanbad in 2004 says “We’ve built ways to boost the IQ of the learner. We’ve begun to leave an indelible mark on the students and transformed lives. Students have the strong desire to clear the competitive exam at one attempt but they didn’t get proper guidance. But Momentum continues to set new standards of excellence in the process that enables our students to achieve what they’ve desired. We provide unique preparatory service for medical entrance as well as engineering exams and for foundation level exams also.”
Students at Momentum have managed to grab top ranks and display excellent results every year in IIT JEE Exam and other state engineering exams. In various exams like NTSE or Olympiads or boards exams, candidates of Momentum have performed extremely well. Momentum learning programs in the classroom ensure individual attention and strive to improve students’ conceptual skills. Each course is intended to appeal to individual students.
In addition to one year and two years of Engineering and Medical courses, Momentum offers basic courses for Class 9th and 10th students who are in the formative stages of training for the upcoming entrance exams. A strong foundation often boosts the likelihood of future success.
Momentum’s approach allows students to solve complicated and challenging problems creatively by strengthening and sharpening their analytical abilities and parallel thought processes. The idea is to provide thinking-based education in a new atmosphere of creative and affable learning. For students of Gorakhpur and the surrounding areas of Purvanchal, this strategy has been proven extremely beneficial. Now, Momentum is being relocated to Chhatra Singh Chowk, Gorakhpur.
Now the students will get to experience modernized infrastructure with advanced facilities. Momentum has revamped traditional approaches to identify strength and skill based learning with Modern education environment.
M-STAR (5th EDITION): M-Star stands for Momentum Scholarship Test for Admission and Reward. It is the first of its own type of Talent Search and Rewards review in the country, which provides a forum for the Eastern U.P and Bihar to reward. The purpose of this test is to discover talent and promote students who are able to solve unfamiliar and non-routine problems with original and innovative thinking. Through rigorous research, M-STAR filters the best talent each year and sets examples of turning the top performers into IITians/Doctors.
M-STAR lets students highlight their strengths, which will increase their confidence to perform well in future competitive exams and make way for a promising career ahead of them. After four successful models, 5th Edition of M-Star welcomes all students with a more polished structure and more awards than ever before. Now in its 5th edition, M-STAR has become the most successful Talent Hunt exam for eastern UP and Bihar students to compete and evaluate their ability & results.
Address: Chhatra Sangh Chowk, Gorakhpur
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Anneysha Thakker bags two prestigious awards for her impeccable work
New Delhi [India], March 5 (ANI/ThePRTree): Mrs India Gujarati 2015, Anneysha Thakker, is a renowned emcee, who recently bagged 2 prestigious awards for her work from the Event and Entertainment Management Association (EEMA), India.
She has won the Most Successful Emcee of the Year- Gold and the Most Successful Artist of the Year- Silver. Be it any famous corporate or social event, Anneysha is everyone’s choice.
This talented orator is also the digital host for Kolkata Knight Riders and sports presenter for Star Sports. Soft spoken, passionate and humble by nature, her wit, humour and excellent control over her language makes her people’s favourite. She has worked with several popular entities as well as individuals, including our Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“I am super thrilled and honoured to be recognised by EEMA, India. It’s a big thing and I am extremely grateful for all of it. I feel good when people laugh and enjoy my work. I absolutely love to talk and making it my profession was a wonderful decision. Praying that people keep loving me the way they do and I keep getting opportunities to add some value in their lives. I wish to make India proud at the international platforms,” she said, expressing her happiness.
She is an artist and a dancer by heart. Doting towards doing social work, she motivates people by her work. She envisions to make it big in her field and stick to what inspires her everyday to be better.
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ICSE ISC Board Exams 2021 dates out! Last 30 days roadmap to score maximum
New Delhi [India], March 5 (ANI/Mediawire): The last year was extremely tough for students, especially for those who have to appear for board exams in 2021.
The pandemic has caused a drastic impact on studies. Hours of online classes have led to reduced attention spans. Students are not able to focus for long durations. Now, with the ICSE | ISC board exams 2021 dates being announced and with barely 30 and 60 days left to the ISC 12th and ICSE 10th Board Exams 2021 respectively, they have a large amount of syllabus to cover in less time.
However, if one has not been able to study much during the pandemic, they need not feel disheartened. The strategy given below will not only help in preparing the entire syllabus but will also help in scoring high, aligning your preparation with ICSE and ISC Board Exams 2021 Dates. Read on to know the tips.
1. Prepare a Time-Table- You must have a plan before you jump into the ring. Since you have limited time, use your time wisely. First, prepare a time-table. Divide your days equally for all the subjects. Make sure to study the difficult chapters first. Study from ICSE | ISC Question Banks, ICSE | ISC Sample Papers for Class 10 and 12 and Previous Years’ Board Papers and note the crucial topics.
Oswaal ICSE | ISC Question Banks for Class 10 and 12 are strictly based on CISCE syllabus which was reduced twice for ICSE and ISC board exams 2021. They include Previous Years’ Board Questions with their solutions, Revision Notes and Mind Maps, All Typologies of Questions; as suggested by the board, Handwritten Toppers’ Answer Sheets and many more innovative cognitive learning tools.
Apart from this, this is the time to study for 8-10 hours daily and get 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep. Fix deadlines and try to meet them.
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2. Hand-written Notes- The next part of your strategy is to prepare hand-written notes for better understanding. Hand-written notes are better than any photocopied ones from your friends or seniors. You can write down the concepts that you find difficult to remember. Also, note down crucial formulas or equations.
Instead of noting down the entire chapter, write only relevant concepts. Jot down the information in small bullet points, use different pens to highlight keywords and find shortcuts or tricks to remember crucial topics.
3. Solve ICSE ISC Sample Question Papers- Along with studying the chapters, you should also be aware of the important questions for ICSE & ISC Board Exams 2021. For this, you must solve a few good Sample Papers. Set a timer and try to solve ICSE | ISC Sample Papers for Class 10 & 12 within the stipulated time frame. It will help you gauge how much you have studied and focus on time management. Solving the ICSE | ISC Sample Papers is the best way to revise the entire syllabus.
4. Spend maximum time on self-study- ICSE and ISC Board exams 2021 are around the corner. Therefore, you must make sure that you are spending at least 60 per cent of your time on self-study. Instead of relying on coaching institutes or the school, you must focus on self-study. Remember to get in touch with your teachers in case of any doubts or queries.
5. Solve ICSE | ISC Sample Question Papers for Class 10 and 12- Along with studying the chapters, you should also be aware of the important questions. For this, you must solve a few good Sample Papers. Set a timer and try to solve ICSE ISC Sample Papers within the stipulated time frame. It will help you gauge how much you have studied and focus on time management. Oswaal ICSE | ISC Sample Papers for Class 10 and 12 include a mix of Solved and Self-Assessment papers for extensive practice before the exams. They also include Examiners’ Comments and Answering Tips to help the students write accurate answers in the exams. Solving the Sample Papers is the best way to revise the entire syllabus for ICSE and ISC Board Exams 2021.
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6. Revision is a must- Since you have to cover a large amount of syllabus in less time, you are likely to get confused. When you move on to a new chapter, you may feel that you don’t remember the previous chapters. This is why revision is essential. You should try to complete the entire syllabus in Approx. 15 and 45 days for ISC 12th and ICSE 10th Board Exams 2021 respectively and keep the remaining 15 days for regular revision.
7. Don’t forget to take breaks- Rigorous exam preparation can give stress to students. Therefore, don’t forget to include small breaks in your schedule. It will keep your mind fresh, make you feel calm and help retain all the knowledge. Lastly, believe in yourself and do not panic.
When you finish the entire syllabus, the best way to gauge your preparation is to solve ICSE and ISC Question Banks and Sample Papers. It will help you realise the areas where you are lagging and also boost your confidence. It’s a win-win. Along with that, you’ll also get an idea of the kind of questions you can expect in the exam. You can find relevant Question Banks and Sample Papers on the Oswaal Books website.
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Fiscal deficit to undershoot, may spur cancellation of final two G-sec auctions: ICRA
New Delhi [India], March 5 (ANI): The yield for the 5.85 per cent government security (GS) 2030 has risen by more than 35 basis points since its introduction to 6.23 per cent intra-day as on Friday with an uptick in recent weeks led by higher-than-expected fiscal deficit, ratings agency ICRA said.
The yield has also gone up due to borrowings for FY21 and FY22, a rise in US Treasury yields and hardening crude oil prices.
“In our assessment, there could be a modest upside to government’s tax revenues while its non-interest non-subsidy revenue expenditure may trail the revised estimate for FY21.”
Thus fiscal deficit in FY21 may end up undershooting the revised estimates of Rs 18.5 lakh crore by Rs 0.5 lakh crore to Rs 0.9 lakh crore, said ICRA.
Accordingly, we project the fiscal deficit in FY21 at Rs 17.6 lakh crore to Rs 18 lakh crore or 9 to 9.2 per cent of GDP, lower than the 9.5 per cent of GDP included in FY2021 revised estimates.
Based on this, ICRA assessed a lower borrowing requirement of the government in the remainder of this fiscal year.
“However, given the substantial development in today’s auction, it remains unclear whether the government will choose to cancel the last two weekly auctions of government security (G-sec) with a planned amount of Rs 49,000 crore instead of carrying forward larger cash balances.”
If the final two G-sec auctions for March do end up being cancelled, ICRA expects the yield for the benchmark 5.85 GS 2030 may temporarily soften from the current levels to 6.1 to 6.15 per cent in the remainder of this month.
“In our view, the benchmark yield may rise during Q1 FY22 to as much as 6.35 per cent by the end of the quarter,” it said. (ANI)
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