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The situation with coronavirus in India is assessed as very difficult
Almost 17 million infected people are currently registered in the country, more than 192 thousand people have died. However, the real figures far exceed these figures.
Many hospitals have run out of beds and oxygen, so they do not accept patients.
Coronavirus deaths are burned in the streets. In some of the worst-hit cities, including New Delhi, bodies were cremated in makeshift facilities offering mass services.
Green Pencil Foundation a youth led Zero fund raising International NGO based on Gurugram Started a campaign "share your love with Stray Animals' under the heading of Sandy Khanda the founder of Green Pencil Foundation, famous Writer, poet and social activist. Campaign running through around the India, Indonesia and Iran to feed one Lakh street dogs. Ambassadors and volunteers from various parts of India, Indonesia and Iran participated in task. Green Pencil Foundation is going to set a new records by making a chain to feed one Lakh street dogs without raising a single ruppes fund. The NGO is growing on national and international level day by day because if its work towards the wellness of Nature, animals and underprivileged children. This is the NGO full of youth power and ideas.
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How’s India doing with Corona? Interpret data as per your lens.
First case of the COVID 19 was reported on 30th January 2020 in India. As of 22nd July, number of daily new COVID cases touched the figure of 45,000 which is more than overall COVID cases of a country like Nigeria which is among 10 most populous countries in the world. However, is this the only criteria to infer how well India is responding to COVID 19. In the absence of concrete evaluation matrix, countries are mostly relying on some basic indicators like number of new cases per day, recovery rate, active cases, cases per million, tests per million. Interestingly, this is provisioning luxury to you of interpreting data as per your lens. If you believe India is doing well, you have good number of data sets to prove it. At the same time, if you think there is a critical scope of improvement, then also there are sufficient indicators. If we shortlist 8 critical indicators to evaluate the performance of a country for COVID response, we may have several interpretation. So lets shortlist few critical indicators like 1) Total number of COVID cases 2) Number of New cases per day 3) Number of Deaths 4) Cases per million population 5) testing per million population 6) recovery rate and 7) Deaths per million population. Now if we bifurcate disturbing indicators and inspiring indicators.
a. Total number of COVID cases: With more than 1200000 cases, India is third on highest number of cases in the world after US and Brazil.
b. Number of new cases per day: Another worrying factor is that graph of number of new cases per day is still going up with 45000 cases reported on 22nd July. This is among the top 3 countries the world.
c. Total number of deaths: India is behind only 6 countries in the world in terms of total number of deaths due to COVID with more than 29000 deaths.
d. Test per million: There is lot of emphasis on COVID testing to get insights from ground zero, however India ranked 136th in the world with 10,664 tests per 1 million population.
However that is not all. There are inspiring indicators which are justifying the hard work of COVID warriors in the country.
a. Cases per million population: India is second highest populated country in the world, however India ranked 103rd in the world with 898 cases per 1 million population. The other two worst affected countries USA and Brazil is on 10th and 14th rank respectively.
b. Recovery rate: Number of recovered cases in India is well above number of active cases, and that's India has a good recovery rate of above 60%.
c. Death per million population: India ranked 98th in the world with 22 deaths per 1 million population. The other two affected countries USA and Brazil is on 11th and 12th rank respectively.
We have sufficient data to appreciate, encourage and question the system, but what indicators to refer from non-aligned approach. Answer can be very simple if we understand that stress caused by COVID 19 makes us doubly vulnerable. So, its preferable to have faith on inspiring indicators and remain conscious of critical ones at the same time.
(Source: https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/, https://www.business-standard.com/article/current-affairs/india-s-covid-19-recovery-rate-better-than-world-average-deaths-rise-120061800575_1.html, https://www.thehindu.com/news/national/indias-covid-19-recovery-rate-improves-to-6293-health-ministry/article32058089.ece)
Fitpreneur Mohit Jain shares how fitness helped him overcome major life obstacles.
Exploring different horizons of business fields always left Mohit Jain fascinated with diversity. An entrepreneur who is also known as fitpreneur by his peers is truly bringing a change in the fitness industry. He hails from Aurangabad and was born and brought up in a Jain family. Besides being a fitness freak, he is also a social media marketer and holds an MBA degree in marketing. Mohit is the founder of Starbuzz Digimark, a social media marketing agency and is also associated with his family business, Arihant Gold Palace, a jewellery showroom in Aurangabad.
His affair with fitness goes way back to his childhood. The 26-year old at the age of 4 accompanied his father to the gym. “When I was around 14 years old, my father took the responsibility to keep me fit because I fell sick often back then. Every morning at 5 am we would go out for jogging and he would make me do 100 pushups, 100 squats and 100 surya namaskar. I thank him for always igniting the desire for fitness in me”, said Mohit. His love for gym is inevitable and he has been working out since 12th grade.
It was around his junior college, Mohit became prey to frustration and depression due to studies. “I could not match the calibre of my classmates in studies and other activities. I was often looked down which made me isolated with the group fun. I had just one or two friends then. I then decided to transform this frustration into inspiration after which I spent all my time in shaping myself”, he added. Being a vegeterian, Mohit stated that he includes paneer and tofu in his diet as a source of protein. He recently penned down a book titled ‘Now Stay Fit on Vegetarian Diet’ after studying that many people are struggling with having proper diet plan and therefore have to spend loads of money on dieticians to achieve their physique goals.
Mohit’s main mission is to help 100,000 people become fitpreneurs and fitness influencers. He is promoting fitness extensively and is even working towards his entrepreneurial goals. With fitness being his priority, he considers the CEO and founder of Shredz Supplements, Arvin Lal as his inspiration. The young entrepreneur considers his father as his role model. “He was a black belt karate master and is also a successful businessman. I am walking on his path”, said Mohit. Spreading positivity about health and fitness all over, Mohit has a dream of becoming a millionaire by the age of 30 and live healthy lifestyle.
19 years old Digital Marketer Vishujeet Thakur shares his story of becoming successful in young age.
Life teaches you everything when it is time to be taught. VishujeetThakur understood the value of time and knowledge at an early age,and worked accordingly. He belongs to a middle-class family ofMuzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh, and his curiosity towards the gifts ofthe internet has made his dream come true. He was a curious childwho wanted to know everything surrounding him, and he used tokeep his unmatched questions list always ready. At the age of 15,Vishujeet started to learn about the mystery of the internet. Whenmost of the students follow their parent's guidance for choosing theircareer, Vishujeet took the first step on his own.
Vishujeet loves to take bike rides once in a while and the risk-taking, adventurous personality helped him to achieve the title ofDigital Marketeer at an age of being distracted. According to him,he is just a seeker, not a master, and he learns everyday. He keeps onupgrading his prowess gradually, and starts working for somethingnew. Learning is the most powerful weapon to survive in this cutthroat competition of recent days. If you want to get employed in thecrowd of unemployeds, you need to think out of the box. At the ageof 19, he has become a successful digital marketer. Crossing a vitalmilestone of the career at this age is unexpected as well asoutstanding.
Digital Marketing is an expansive niche, and it keeps on expandingevery day. People become bored after achieving certain goals, butthe young digital marketer does not stop at any level. He keeps onupgrading his skills, and the trending ideas seem to be fascinated tohim. The initial phase of his career was not easy enough to deal withas he started it single handedly. Vishujeet learned from his mistakesslowly, and he was concerned about not repeating any blundertwice. He believes that one should never repeat his mistakes, he canfall harder on next mistake but learn from the previous one.
Vishujeet is the most disciplined and hard working person aroundhis family and friends according to them. They admire him a lot. Heis dedicated to his work, and knows how to balance everything at atime. Vishujeet never wastes any seconds on any non-profitableactivity. His patience and perseverance helped him to prosper in life,and his curious and adventurous personality made him successfulrapidly.
He says, " Never become depressed during failure. Your darkesttime can bring the ray of hope to brighten your life, and you shouldfollow this destiny call to touch the peak of your success."