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Solar Power Installation – Grid-connected Rooftop Solar Scheme to Reduce Carbon Footprint

Global warming is being a serious threat to the international community which is affecting the world environment. In this challenge, the Government of India has determined to have 40% of power generating from renewables by 2030. The rising environmental issue is making the market more favorable for rooftop solar in India. The Government is trying to develop at least one city of each state as a solar city. To generate solar power by installing solar panels on the roof of the houses, the Ministry Read more [...]

How can Society Thrive Post-Pandemic? Pandemic and its Effect in the Society in Coming Years

We all believe that the current pandemic of COVID – 19 will end come to an end soon, and we all will be back to olden days.  Now, it is time to call it olden days since we are going to near one year since the outbreak in Wuhan.  Look at the current situation of the world which we never imagined a few months ago; influence of a virus on the life of powerful mankind. Let us hope that world would heal as it happened in the case of Spanish flue which lasted for a year or more 100 years back.  As Read more [...]

Declining GDP and Shattering Household Income. What Does GDP Drop Mean for a COMMON MAN?

Let us define a COMMON MANby linking the famous cartoon of RK Laxman. The above picture (courtesy: RK)is a clear caricature of a COMMON MAN.  Do not ask how many cars he got and how well he has been employed.  He used to go on foot years back but later moved to bicycle and of late he uses public transport or two-wheeler.  If somebody offers coffee or tea, he takes it with a big sense of gratitude.  He never snatches anybody’s livelihood.  His income is meager, and he can be an agriculturist, Read more [...]

Need to Change Hospital Business Model to Overcome Challenges- Healthcare System Post Covid- 19 and Growing Healthcare Cost

The recent pandemic has turned out to be the greatest threat to business continuity and it affected all sectors of the business.  Hospitals and associated healthcare system which are in the frontline have been equally affected even though one will consider this sector benefited out of treatment opportunities. The magnitude of the problem and lack of infrastructures especially in the underdeveloped regions have badly affected the hospitals and clinics.  Many hospitals and clinics were not prepared Read more [...]