How to stop Brain Drain in Developing Countries – 2

As a rule, the nation isn’t just losing its interest in the schooling of wellbeing experts, yet additionally the commitment of these labourers to medical care. For instance, medical services consumption in India is 3% of GDP contrasted with 13% of GDP in the USA and the proportion of specialist to patients in India is…

Inspirational Women – Purnima Banerjee

The Twelveth Inspirational Woman that we have today is Purnima Banerjee, she was one of the members of the Constituent Assembly, which drafted the Constitution Of India. Purnima Banerjee (née Ganguly, 1911-1951[1]) was an Indianfreedom fighter and a part of the constituent assembly from 1946–1950. Secretary of the Indian National Congress committee in Allahabad,[citation needed] she took part in the Salt March and the Quit India…

Inspirational Women – Malati Choudhary

The eleventh Inspirational Woman that we have today with us is Malati Choudhary. Malati Devi Choudhury  was an Indian civil rights and freedom fighter. Malati’s family originally belonged to Kamarakhanda in Bikrampur, Dhaka, (now in Bangladesh), but her family members had settled in Simultala, Bihar. Her maternal grandfather was Behari Lal Gupta, ICS, who became the Dewan of Baroda. Her…

Inspirational Women – Leela Roy

Leela Roy , was a feminist Indian politician and reformer, and a close associate of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. She fought with university authorities and became the first woman to be admitted to the University of Dhaka and earned her M.A. degree. Co-education was not permitted in Dhaka University. The then Vice Chancellor Philip Hartog gave a special permission for her admission. he…

Indian Women – an Inspiration

Indian Women are not only known for their tradition, culture and docile nature but also for their bravery and sacrifices. Apart from the Bollywood Actresses that we see on screen, we do have quit a few real life Heroines, who have contributed towards the society. Indian Women, have always played a major in both actively…

Crime against Women during Covid – 19

As the Coronavirus pandemic increases, its gendered impacts have started to pick up consideration. Brutality cases in February 2020 contrasted and February 2019, assessing that 90% was identified with the Coronavirus epidemic. In the UK, an undertaking following violation against women noticed that passing from hometown maltreatment between 23 March and 12 April had dramatically…