ONLINE CLASSES PROS AND CONS

Online education is a means of electronic supported learning which is dependent on internet for both teacher and student for interchange of class material full stop in education system in India and actually for the whole world, the pandemic was started from March 2020 e where no one was having idea about how far it... Continue Reading →

What is President’s rule

President’s Rule refers to the suspension of a state government and the imposition of direct rule of the Centre. The central government takes direct control of the state in question and the Governor becomes its constitutional head. The Vidhan Sabha is either dissolved or prorogued. Such a situation forces the Election Commission to conduct a... Continue Reading →

Healthcare Right or Luxury

"The enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is one of the fundamental rights of every human being without distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition" ~ Constitution of the World Health Organization Healthcare mechanism topic taking the world as whole has always been considered to be top most priority for... Continue Reading →

Poverty in India

Poverty is humiliation, the sense of being dependent on them, and of being forced to accept rudeness, insults, and indifference when we seek help. In the simplest term, poverty may be defined as a social condition where individuals do not have financial means to meet the most basic standards of life that is acceptable by... Continue Reading →

State List and Responsibility of the State

The 7th Schedule talks about three lists, List-I (Union List), List-II (State List) and List-III (Concurrent List). Various matters are divided upon the centre and the states and the laws and decisions on some matters are formed jointly by the Centre and the states; the matters on which laws are made by both central and... Continue Reading →

Advantages and Disadvantages of Online Classes

Introduction Now a day's everyone knows about online classes due to covid–19 pandemic. An online class is a course conducted over the Internet. They are generally conducted through a learning management system, in which students can view their course syllabus and academic progress, as well as communicate with fellow students and their course instructor. From... Continue Reading →

Impact of the Second Wave on our daily needs

This article explain how the people who are inability of those already on the brink of subsistence to absorb a second economic shock cannot be overlooked. Analysing the continuing pandemic impact on rising food insecurity in India. The coronavirus pandemic has sparked not only a health crisis but also an economic crisis, which together pose... Continue Reading →

The New Trend of Online Classes

       All around the world has been stopped due to the pandemic. And the New trends has emerged in every aspects of the life. And the major emerging trend is the Online Classes for all the students. This has become a New Normal aspect of the Human lifestyle. Digital Learning has become an essential thing... Continue Reading →

Power of Writs under Indian Constitution

The Supreme Court of India has been acknowledged as the “Guardian” of Indian Constitution and this legacy has been endowed to it because of the power of writs bequeathed with it and the High Courts. A Writ fundamentally means “a command” given by the court of law to people of all the levels in the... Continue Reading →

Oxygen Crisis: The Drawback

OXYGEN CRISIS : THE DRAWBACK As the recent headlines "Shortage of oxygen killed them and not COVID-19 entirely" grab our attention on the sudden note of ongoing oxygen crisis with the hike in patients demanding for Liquid medical oxygen (LMO). Let's analyse first what LMO means and why our Country is facing oxygen crisis when all the... Continue Reading →

Merits and Demerits of Online Classes

The global corona virus pandemic has been an encumbering factor for the education systems across the world. It forced the governments to impose lockdowns and curfews in order to prevent further transmission of the virus. It was at this time that the concept of ‘online classes’ was considered educational boards and institutions at large. The... Continue Reading →

Why is there a demand for smaller states in India ?

Introduction Federalism in India has some remarkable differences from the classical models of federalism established in the countries like United States of America, Canada and Australia. One notable difference between India and other federations has been the power of the Union Parliament to recognise the internal map of the country by forming new states and... Continue Reading →

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