Research is a process of systematic inquiry that involves gathering of data; documentation of critical information; and analysis and understanding of that data/information, in accordance with appropriate procedures based on scientific principles. The research assesses the validity of a hypothesis; accumulates substantive knowledge and findings for sharing them in proper manners, and generates questions for further inquiries.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has defined health as the state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease. According to this, healthcare professionals play a major role in striving for pharmacy education.
More than 210 countries and territories in the world are facing an unprecedented crisis due to CoronaVirus Disease (Covid-19). The pandemic declared by the WHO has created an environment of total chaos, fear, and uncertainty. Given the human to human transmission of the virus, the Indian education system has come to a halt. It is imperative to devise mechanisms, which are resilient and robust enough to sustain such a crisis towards carrying out teaching and learning and examination related functions in the academic institutions.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the world to stand still and it will affect the Indian Higher Education as well. Social distancing and severe lockdowns across the globe has forced people to find innovative ways to do their routine jobs. One of the first measures taken by the Indian government was to close the educational institutions for the safety of students, teachers, and their families.
COVID-19 pandemic has completely changed our lives. The education sector is observing a major disruption due to the closure of educational campuses. The mandatory and precautionary methods to stop the spread of the disease is social distancing and lockdown.
A few days back, I had, on the social media platform, a short debate over the issue of brain-drain with a retired bureaucrat, now a prominent strategic writer, with my forceful assertion that it costs India a lot, and therefore, it should not be allowed to happen. He straight asked me, “Whether you would prefer […]
More than 770 million students’ lives have been disrupted by Covid-19 and the consequent lockdowns globally. The United Nations has warned of the unparalleled scale and speed of the educational disruption being caused by Coronavirus. While much harm has been done by the pandemic, institutions can use this crisis to sharpen strategies and practices in areas such as internationalization and e-learning. India has over 37 million students enrolled in higher educational institutions (HEIs). Learning In Covid-19 Times And Beyond Turning A Crisis Into An Opportunity.
Online learning is certainly a more effective option for students, but it is also better for the environment. This certainly makes online learning and multi-media content a more effective method of education overall. Promoting and engaging in this kind of learning can help both individuals and organizations to do their bit for the environment and […]
Higher education allows one to pursue a career that interests and inspires them. Higher job satisfaction also comes from higher income, better employment benefits, and more advancement opportunities to the young generations. The higher education system in the country is the building block of the community and society. All the policymakers and the money men […]
According to research, approximately 3 percent of the World’s population lives in a different country from that of their birth. This number keeps on increasing every year. Now, this increase in number is surely related to the brain drain phenomenon and that’s the reason why many developing countries like India are invariably hit socially and […]