Jv Mission CDA

B.Tech.,CS,BCA,MCA,M.Tech.

The Opportunities & Challenges for Digital India During Third Wave of Corona (B.Tech.,CS,BCA,MCA,M.Tech.)

All Comments
    
    
Showing 25 Submission(s)
  • SNEHA SURANA 3222 Hrs 45 Min 35 Sec

    #JVn Sneha Surana #Enrollment :jv-u/20/4256 Class BCA 5sem.(CSC) The new coronavirus variant Omicron, first detected in South Africa and Botswana, has now been identified in at least 95 nations, including Britain, the United States of America, Denmark and Norway. As far as India is concerned, it has recorded more than 200 cases of the new variant across 12 states, mostly in Maharashtra and the nations capital New Delhi. The total tally of Omicron cases has swiftly doubled in just two weeks, which is extremely alarming The COVID-19 crisis has affected societies and economies around the globe and will permanently reshape our world as it continues to unfold all the students in the country through proper developments in this regard. Some of the challenges that online learning presently faces in India include: 1. Inability to Focus on Screens 2. Technical Issues 3. Sense of Isolation 4. Teacher Training 5. Manage Screen Time Online Learning is one of the most popular trends that have surfaced in the pandemic world. All of us are working from home or studying online, thus in some way using the internet to carry out the tasks we would normally do in a world without the pandemic. Online Learning has become a true savior for students who are unable to attend regular classes at schools or colleges. However, for teachers bound to traditional classrooms, online learning was an initial challenge but as they learned its essentials and workings, it has helped every teacher connect better with their students during the pandemic.

  • MAANVIKA 3314 Hrs 07 Min 22 Sec

    #JVn Maanvika #Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University Enrollment: JV-U/18/2820 Class: B.Tech(CSE) 7th sem Topic: The Opportunities & Challenges for Digital Learning during the Third Wave of Corona. The Covid-19 pandemic has crippled the Indian Healthcare System with the previous 2 catastrophic waves, and new challenges and complications were witnessed day by day by the Indian Healthcare system. The Healthcare sector was at the epicenter of the unprecedented pandemic and the crisis cost huge losses, crippling the public segment of the sector. Even though the private sector came to full aid in terms of advance equipment, workforce and isolation wards, supporting the government to fight the crisis, the triggering of the recession was inevitable. The crisis didn’t just dismantle the sector in terms of overburdened staff and scarcity of resources and medication, other services were also disrupted like the OPD footfall and surgeries decreased massively. This ultimately created a major hindrance in the cash flow of the hospitals and caused massive turbulence in the functioning of these hospitals. From shortage of oxygen, to shortage of medication, to now a massive shortage in the Allied Healthcare Professionals, the need for an advanced and improved healthcare infrastructure in India has been reinforced as a need of the hour. The Allied Healthcare Professionals a.k.a. Paramedics are the backbone of the Indian Healthcare system and due to the current shortage, the whole country is at stake. Therefore, more awareness and information in the public domain is a need of the hour. Changes and developments amidst pandemic The first wave totally dismantled the Indian healthcare system, the rising cases posed a massive threat and led to shortages of hospital beds, oxygen, medication and workforce. The second wave was not as severe but posed multiple major challenges as well. Both these waves of covid-19 have brought many changes and developments as well owing to the challenges raised by the pandemic. It triggered a massive recession across sectors, thus triggering a heightened restructuring that will ultimately lead to a stronger and an advanced healthcare system. The startups also played a major role in the developments and new successful and innovative ideas birthed during the pandemic. Crisis gave birth to innovation and some of the trends that surfaced during the pandemic were online medication delivery, tele consulting, medical devices, Clinical intelligence and enablement etc. Online learning has expanded exponentially in the last year due to Covid-19. Without this push, a complete shift might have been a far-off possibility in the future. With the number of internet users increasing rapidly in India, online learning can emerge as a potential alternative to traditional education but only through proper planning and execution by the government. With the numerous opportunities available with online education, many educationists have found it to become the preferred mode of learning in the future. Some of the opportunities brought forward by online learning in the present pandemic situation include: 1. Students can avail learning resources from anywhere in the world. 2. Virtual classrooms can impart quality education while avoiding the risk of the spread of Covid-19, which is of utmost importance in the present. 3. Students from rural areas do not need to travel long distances within the country or abroad in order to study in a good institution if they can avail online learning opportunities, thus cutting down costs. But, to do the same, they would require a good network connection as well as access to proper educational technology. Nevertheless, it would be imperceptive to believe that online education poses no challenges. Poor internet connectivity, absence of human connection, lack of opportunities for collaborating learning, supervision of teachers, a decline of hands-on learning, and poor assessment of examinations are some of the trials and tribulations online education platforms face. This does not take away the fact that the quick succession of online learning has been a savior. While online learning opens up a range of new opportunities for imparting education, it comes with its own share of challenges as well. India still needs to go a long way in order to make online learning available to all the students in the country through proper developments in this regard. Some of the challenges that online learning presently faces in India include: 1. Inability to Focus on Screens 2. Technical Issues 3. Sense of Isolation 4. Teacher Training 5. Manage Screen Time Online Learning is one of the most popular trends that have surfaced in the pandemic world. All of us are working from home or studying online, thus in some way using the internet to carry out the tasks we would normally do in a world without the pandemic. Online Learning has become a true savior for students who are unable to attend regular classes at schools or colleges. However, for teachers bound to traditional classrooms, online learning was an initial challenge but as they learned its essentials and workings, it has helped every teacher connect better with their students during the pandemic.

  • MAANVIKA 3314 Hrs 07 Min 24 Sec

    #JVn Maanvika #Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University Enrollment: JV-U/18/2820 Class: B.Tech(CSE) 7th sem Topic: The Opportunities & Challenges for Digital Learning during the Third Wave of Corona. The Covid-19 pandemic has crippled the Indian Healthcare System with the previous 2 catastrophic waves, and new challenges and complications were witnessed day by day by the Indian Healthcare system. The Healthcare sector was at the epicenter of the unprecedented pandemic and the crisis cost huge losses, crippling the public segment of the sector. Even though the private sector came to full aid in terms of advance equipment, workforce and isolation wards, supporting the government to fight the crisis, the triggering of the recession was inevitable. The crisis didn’t just dismantle the sector in terms of overburdened staff and scarcity of resources and medication, other services were also disrupted like the OPD footfall and surgeries decreased massively. This ultimately created a major hindrance in the cash flow of the hospitals and caused massive turbulence in the functioning of these hospitals. From shortage of oxygen, to shortage of medication, to now a massive shortage in the Allied Healthcare Professionals, the need for an advanced and improved healthcare infrastructure in India has been reinforced as a need of the hour. The Allied Healthcare Professionals a.k.a. Paramedics are the backbone of the Indian Healthcare system and due to the current shortage, the whole country is at stake. Therefore, more awareness and information in the public domain is a need of the hour. Changes and developments amidst pandemic The first wave totally dismantled the Indian healthcare system, the rising cases posed a massive threat and led to shortages of hospital beds, oxygen, medication and workforce. The second wave was not as severe but posed multiple major challenges as well. Both these waves of covid-19 have brought many changes and developments as well owing to the challenges raised by the pandemic. It triggered a massive recession across sectors, thus triggering a heightened restructuring that will ultimately lead to a stronger and an advanced healthcare system. The startups also played a major role in the developments and new successful and innovative ideas birthed during the pandemic. Crisis gave birth to innovation and some of the trends that surfaced during the pandemic were online medication delivery, tele consulting, medical devices, Clinical intelligence and enablement etc. Online learning has expanded exponentially in the last year due to Covid-19. Without this push, a complete shift might have been a far-off possibility in the future. With the number of internet users increasing rapidly in India, online learning can emerge as a potential alternative to traditional education but only through proper planning and execution by the government. With the numerous opportunities available with online education, many educationists have found it to become the preferred mode of learning in the future. Some of the opportunities brought forward by online learning in the present pandemic situation include: 1. Students can avail learning resources from anywhere in the world. 2. Virtual classrooms can impart quality education while avoiding the risk of the spread of Covid-19, which is of utmost importance in the present. 3. Students from rural areas do not need to travel long distances within the country or abroad in order to study in a good institution if they can avail online learning opportunities, thus cutting down costs. But, to do the same, they would require a good network connection as well as access to proper educational technology. Nevertheless, it would be imperceptive to believe that online education poses no challenges. Poor internet connectivity, absence of human connection, lack of opportunities for collaborating learning, supervision of teachers, a decline of hands-on learning, and poor assessment of examinations are some of the trials and tribulations online education platforms face. This does not take away the fact that the quick succession of online learning has been a savior. While online learning opens up a range of new opportunities for imparting education, it comes with its own share of challenges as well. India still needs to go a long way in order to make online learning available to all the students in the country through proper developments in this regard. Some of the challenges that online learning presently faces in India include: 1. Inability to Focus on Screens 2. Technical Issues 3. Sense of Isolation 4. Teacher Training 5. Manage Screen Time Online Learning is one of the most popular trends that have surfaced in the pandemic world. All of us are working from home or studying online, thus in some way using the internet to carry out the tasks we would normally do in a world without the pandemic. Online Learning has become a true savior for students who are unable to attend regular classes at schools or colleges. However, for teachers bound to traditional classrooms, online learning was an initial challenge but as they learned its essentials and workings, it has helped every teacher connect better with their students during the pandemic.

  • RITIKA GUPTA 3315 Hrs 02 Min 44 Sec

    #Ritika Gupta #jv-u/20/4257 #BCA-3rd Semester The new coronavirus variant Omicron, first detected in South Africa and Botswana, has now been identified in at least 95 nations, including Britain, the United States of America, Denmark and Norway. As far as India is concerned, it has recorded more than 200 cases of the new variant across 12 states, mostly in Maharashtra and the nations capital New Delhi. The total tally of Omicron cases has swiftly doubled in just two weeks, which is extremely alarming. In light of such rapid increase in the COVID-19 cases, Dr Trupti Gilada, Infectious disease specialist, Masina Hospital, Mumbai, believes that a third wave due to Omicron could be a possibility. "The doubling time of cases with the omicron variant is around 3 days. The omicron numbers being reported from India is only a fraction of the real number that already exists. With the Omicron variant known to be at least three times more infectious than Delta, the third wave due to Omicron is almost inevitable," she says. Recently, the National COVID-19 Supermodel Committee predicted that the third wave of coronavirus is expected to hit India in February. Vidyasagar, the head of the committee, suggested that the daily coronavirus caseload in India, which is currently around 7,500 infections, could increase once the Omicron variant supersedes Delta as the dominant variant. He also suggested that the third wave could be milder than the second wave due to a large-scale immunity present in the country.

  • SAPNA YADAV 3315 Hrs 05 Min 14 Sec

    #sapna yadav#bca 3 semester#jv/20/4259The COVID-19 crisis has affected societies and economies around the globe and will permanently reshape our world as it continues to unfold. While the fallout from the crisis is both amplifying familiar risks and creating new ones, change at this scale also creates new openings for managing systemic challenges, and ways to build back better. This collection of essays draws on the diverse insights of the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report Advisory Board to look ahead and across a broad range of issues – trade, governance, health, labour, technology to name a few – and consider where the balance of risk and opportunity may come out. It offers decision-makers a comprehensive picture of expected long-term changes, and inspiration to leverage the opportunities this crisis offers to improve the state of the world.

  • ANISHA KUMARI 3315 Hrs 07 Min 33 Sec

    Anisha Kumari #Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University Enrollment: jv-ul/19/3150 Class: BTech(CSE) 7th sem Topic: The Opportunities & Challenges for Digitial Learning during the Third Wave of Corona. Online learning has expanded exponentially in the last year due to Covid-19. Without this push, a complete shift might have been a far-off possibility in the future. With the number of internet users increasing rapidly in India, online learning can emerge as a potential alternative to traditional education but only through proper planning and execution by the government. With the numerous opportunities available with online education, many educationists have found it to become the preferred mode of learning in the future. Some of the opportunities brought forward by online learning in the present pandemic situation include: 1. Students can avail learning resources from anywhere in the world. 2. Virtual classrooms can impart quality education while avoiding the risk of the spread of Covid-19, which is of utmost importance in the present. 3. Students from rural areas do not need to travel long distances within the country or abroad in order to study in a good institution if they can avail online learning opportunities, thus cutting down costs. But, to do the same, they would require a good network connection as well as access to proper educational technology. Nevertheless, it would be imperceptive to believe that online education poses no challenges. Poor internet connectivity, absence of human connection, lack of opportunities for collaborating learning, supervision of teachers, a decline of hands-on learning, and poor assessment of examinations are some of the trials and tribulations online education platforms face. This does not take away the fact that the quick succession of online learning has been a savior. While online learning opens up a range of new opportunities for imparting education, it comes with its own share of challenges as well. India still needs to go a long way in order to make online learning available to all the students in the country through proper developments in this regard. Some of the challenges that online learning presently faces in India include: 1. Inability to Focus on Screens 2. Technical Issues 3. Sense of Isolation 4. Teacher Training 5. Manage Screen Time Online Learning is one of the most popular trends that have surfaced in the pandemic world. All of us are working from home or studying online, thus in some way using the internet to carry out the tasks we would normally do in a world without the pandemic. Online Learning has become a true savior for students who are unable to attend regular classes at schools or colleges. However, for teachers bound to traditional classrooms, online learning was an initial challenge but as they learned its essentials and workings, it has helped every teacher connect better with their students during the pandemic.

  • MITALI SHARMA 3315 Hrs 10 Min 22 Sec

    #mitali sharma #21134 #b.tech #jvwu The Covid-19 pandemic has crippled the Indian Healthcare System with the previous 2 catastrophic waves, and new challenges and complications were witnessed day by day by the Indian Healthcare system. The Healthcare sector was at the epicenter of the unprecedented pandemic and the crisis cost huge losses, crippling the public segment of the sector. Even though the private sector came to full aid in terms of advance equipment, workforce and isolation wards, supporting the government to fight the crisis, the triggering of the recession was inevitable. The crisis didn’t just dismantle the sector in terms of overburdened staff and scarcity of resources and medication, other services were also disrupted like the OPD footfall and surgeries decreased massively. This ultimately created a major hindrance in the cash flow of the hospitals and caused massive turbulence in the functioning of these hospitals. From shortage of oxygen, to shortage of medication, to now a massive shortage in the Allied Healthcare Professionals, the need for an advanced and improved healthcare infrastructure in India has been reinforced as a need of the hour. The Allied Healthcare Professionals a.k.a. Paramedics are the backbone of the Indian Healthcare system and due to the current shortage, the whole country is at stake. Therefore, more awareness and information in the public domain is a need of the hour. The third impending wave of covid-19 is likely to hit India soon and the Indian healthcare system is better prepared for it as compared to the previous two waves. Many trends surfaced during the first two waves and similarly, the third wave is also likely to give birth to multiple trends. The Delta plus variant, which may spread rapidly in the coming months, has three characteristic features: increased transmissibility, stronger binding to receptors of lung cells, and potential reduction in monoclonal antibody response. India is a developing country and the quantity of medical professionals still lacks significantly. The healthcare professionals have been tirelessly and consistently working towards catering to the patients in this time of the pandemic. With the developments and innovative breakthroughs in tech, education has not been confined to the walls of the classroom. Therefore, one of the major trends will be Healthcare edtech as the first two waves have highlighted the massive shortfall of healthcare workforce. This will aid the issue and help strengthen the Indian Healthcare system with a well qualified workforce. In the week ended 25 July 2021, the national joblessness rate increased to 7.14% from 5.98% in the previous week. At the same time, the healthcare sector needs more professionals. It’s the right time for Indians to look at healthcare to build rewarding careers.

  • AISHWARYA GUPTA 3315 Hrs 15 Min 28 Sec

    #Aishwarya Gupta #Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University Enrollment: JV-U/18/2220 Class: BTech(CSE) 7th sem Topic: The Opportunities & Challenges for Digitial Learning during the Third Wave of Corona. Online learning has expanded exponentially in the last year due to Covid-19. Without this push, a complete shift might have been a far-off possibility in the future. With the number of internet users increasing rapidly in India, online learning can emerge as a potential alternative to traditional education but only through proper planning and execution by the government. With the numerous opportunities available with online education, many educationists have found it to become the preferred mode of learning in the future. Some of the opportunities brought forward by online learning in the present pandemic situation include: 1. Students can avail learning resources from anywhere in the world. 2. Virtual classrooms can impart quality education while avoiding the risk of the spread of Covid-19, which is of utmost importance in the present. 3. Students from rural areas do not need to travel long distances within the country or abroad in order to study in a good institution if they can avail online learning opportunities, thus cutting down costs. But, to do the same, they would require a good network connection as well as access to proper educational technology. Nevertheless, it would be imperceptive to believe that online education poses no challenges. Poor internet connectivity, absence of human connection, lack of opportunities for collaborating learning, supervision of teachers, a decline of hands-on learning, and poor assessment of examinations are some of the trials and tribulations online education platforms face. This does not take away the fact that the quick succession of online learning has been a savior. While online learning opens up a range of new opportunities for imparting education, it comes with its own share of challenges as well. India still needs to go a long way in order to make online learning available to all the students in the country through proper developments in this regard. Some of the challenges that online learning presently faces in India include: 1. Inability to Focus on Screens 2. Technical Issues 3. Sense of Isolation 4. Teacher Training 5. Manage Screen Time Online Learning is one of the most popular trends that have surfaced in the pandemic world. All of us are working from home or studying online, thus in some way using the internet to carry out the tasks we would normally do in a world without the pandemic. Online Learning has become a true savior for students who are unable to attend regular classes at schools or colleges. However, for teachers bound to traditional classrooms, online learning was an initial challenge but as they learned its essentials and workings, it has helped every teacher connect better with their students during the pandemic.

  • PRIYA JOSHI 3315 Hrs 15 Min 31 Sec

    #priya joshi #21047 #bca #jvwu The Covid-19 pandemic has crippled the Indian Healthcare System with the previous 2 catastrophic waves, and new challenges and complications were witnessed day by day by the Indian Healthcare system. The Healthcare sector was at the epicenter of the unprecedented pandemic and the crisis cost huge losses, crippling the public segment of the sector. Even though the private sector came to full aid in terms of advance equipment, workforce and isolation wards, supporting the government to fight the crisis, the triggering of the recession was inevitable. The crisis didn’t just dismantle the sector in terms of overburdened staff and scarcity of resources and medication, other services were also disrupted like the OPD footfall and surgeries decreased massively. This ultimately created a major hindrance in the cash flow of the hospitals and caused massive turbulence in the functioning of these hospitals. From shortage of oxygen, to shortage of medication, to now a massive shortage in the Allied Healthcare Professionals, the need for an advanced and improved healthcare infrastructure in India has been reinforced as a need of the hour. The Allied Healthcare Professionals a.k.a. Paramedics are the backbone of the Indian Healthcare system and due to the current shortage, the whole country is at stake. Therefore, more awareness and information in the public domain is a need of the hour. The third impending wave of covid-19 is likely to hit India soon and the Indian healthcare system is better prepared for it as compared to the previous two waves. Many trends surfaced during the first two waves and similarly, the third wave is also likely to give birth to multiple trends. The Delta plus variant, which may spread rapidly in the coming months, has three characteristic features: increased transmissibility, stronger binding to receptors of lung cells, and potential reduction in monoclonal antibody response. India is a developing country and the quantity of medical professionals still lacks significantly. The healthcare professionals have been tirelessly and consistently working towards catering to the patients in this time of the pandemic. With the developments and innovative breakthroughs in tech, education has not been confined to the walls of the classroom. Therefore, one of the major trends will be Healthcare edtech as the first two waves have highlighted the massive shortfall of healthcare workforce. This will aid the issue and help strengthen the Indian Healthcare system with a well qualified workforce. In the week ended 25 July 2021, the national joblessness rate increased to 7.14% from 5.98% in the previous week. At the same time, the healthcare sector needs more professionals. It’s the right time for Indians to look at healthcare to build rewarding careers.

  • SAMRIDHI JOSHI 3315 Hrs 17 Min 05 Sec

    #amisha patel #bca #21141 #jvwu The Covid-19 pandemic has crippled the Indian Healthcare System with the previous 2 catastrophic waves, and new challenges and complications were witnessed day by day by the Indian Healthcare system. The Healthcare sector was at the epicenter of the unprecedented pandemic and the crisis cost huge losses, crippling the public segment of the sector. Even though the private sector came to full aid in terms of advance equipment, workforce and isolation wards, supporting the government to fight the crisis, the triggering of the recession was inevitable. The crisis didn’t just dismantle the sector in terms of overburdened staff and scarcity of resources and medication, other services were also disrupted like the OPD footfall and surgeries decreased massively. This ultimately created a major hindrance in the cash flow of the hospitals and caused massive turbulence in the functioning of these hospitals. From shortage of oxygen, to shortage of medication, to now a massive shortage in the Allied Healthcare Professionals, the need for an advanced and improved healthcare infrastructure in India has been reinforced as a need of the hour. The Allied Healthcare Professionals a.k.a. Paramedics are the backbone of the Indian Healthcare system and due to the current shortage, the whole country is at stake. Therefore, more awareness and information in the public domain is a need of the hour. The third impending wave of covid-19 is likely to hit India soon and the Indian healthcare system is better prepared for it as compared to the previous two waves. Many trends surfaced during the first two waves and similarly, the third wave is also likely to give birth to multiple trends. The Delta plus variant, which may spread rapidly in the coming months, has three characteristic features: increased transmissibility, stronger binding to receptors of lung cells, and potential reduction in monoclonal antibody response. India is a developing country and the quantity of medical professionals still lacks significantly. The healthcare professionals have been tirelessly and consistently working towards catering to the patients in this time of the pandemic. With the developments and innovative breakthroughs in tech, education has not been confined to the walls of the classroom. Therefore, one of the major trends will be Healthcare edtech as the first two waves have highlighted the massive shortfall of healthcare workforce. This will aid the issue and help strengthen the Indian Healthcare system with a well qualified workforce. In the week ended 25 July 2021, the national joblessness rate increased to 7.14% from 5.98% in the previous week. At the same time, the healthcare sector needs more professionals. It’s the right time for Indians to look at healthcare to build rewarding careers.

  • SAMRIDHI JOSHI 3315 Hrs 17 Min 46 Sec

    #samridhi joshi #bca #21027 #jvwu The Covid-19 pandemic has crippled the Indian Healthcare System with the previous 2 catastrophic waves, and new challenges and complications were witnessed day by day by the Indian Healthcare system. The Healthcare sector was at the epicenter of the unprecedented pandemic and the crisis cost huge losses, crippling the public segment of the sector. Even though the private sector came to full aid in terms of advance equipment, workforce and isolation wards, supporting the government to fight the crisis, the triggering of the recession was inevitable. The crisis didn’t just dismantle the sector in terms of overburdened staff and scarcity of resources and medication, other services were also disrupted like the OPD footfall and surgeries decreased massively. This ultimately created a major hindrance in the cash flow of the hospitals and caused massive turbulence in the functioning of these hospitals. From shortage of oxygen, to shortage of medication, to now a massive shortage in the Allied Healthcare Professionals, the need for an advanced and improved healthcare infrastructure in India has been reinforced as a need of the hour. The Allied Healthcare Professionals a.k.a. Paramedics are the backbone of the Indian Healthcare system and due to the current shortage, the whole country is at stake. Therefore, more awareness and information in the public domain is a need of the hour. The third impending wave of covid-19 is likely to hit India soon and the Indian healthcare system is better prepared for it as compared to the previous two waves. Many trends surfaced during the first two waves and similarly, the third wave is also likely to give birth to multiple trends. The Delta plus variant, which may spread rapidly in the coming months, has three characteristic features: increased transmissibility, stronger binding to receptors of lung cells, and potential reduction in monoclonal antibody response. India is a developing country and the quantity of medical professionals still lacks significantly. The healthcare professionals have been tirelessly and consistently working towards catering to the patients in this time of the pandemic. With the developments and innovative breakthroughs in tech, education has not been confined to the walls of the classroom. Therefore, one of the major trends will be Healthcare edtech as the first two waves have highlighted the massive shortfall of healthcare workforce. This will aid the issue and help strengthen the Indian Healthcare system with a well qualified workforce. In the week ended 25 July 2021, the national joblessness rate increased to 7.14% from 5.98% in the previous week. At the same time, the healthcare sector needs more professionals. It’s the right time for Indians to look at healthcare to build rewarding careers.

  • NIKITA SHARMA 3315 Hrs 19 Min 10 Sec

    #nikita sharma #bca #21352 #jvwu The Covid-19 pandemic has crippled the Indian Healthcare System with the previous 2 catastrophic waves, and new challenges and complications were witnessed day by day by the Indian Healthcare system. The Healthcare sector was at the epicenter of the unprecedented pandemic and the crisis cost huge losses, crippling the public segment of the sector. Even though the private sector came to full aid in terms of advance equipment, workforce and isolation wards, supporting the government to fight the crisis, the triggering of the recession was inevitable. The crisis didn’t just dismantle the sector in terms of overburdened staff and scarcity of resources and medication, other services were also disrupted like the OPD footfall and surgeries decreased massively. This ultimately created a major hindrance in the cash flow of the hospitals and caused massive turbulence in the functioning of these hospitals. From shortage of oxygen, to shortage of medication, to now a massive shortage in the Allied Healthcare Professionals, the need for an advanced and improved healthcare infrastructure in India has been reinforced as a need of the hour. The Allied Healthcare Professionals a.k.a. Paramedics are the backbone of the Indian Healthcare system and due to the current shortage, the whole country is at stake. Therefore, more awareness and information in the public domain is a need of the hour. The third impending wave of covid-19 is likely to hit India soon and the Indian healthcare system is better prepared for it as compared to the previous two waves. Many trends surfaced during the first two waves and similarly, the third wave is also likely to give birth to multiple trends. The Delta plus variant, which may spread rapidly in the coming months, has three characteristic features: increased transmissibility, stronger binding to receptors of lung cells, and potential reduction in monoclonal antibody response. India is a developing country and the quantity of medical professionals still lacks significantly. The healthcare professionals have been tirelessly and consistently working towards catering to the patients in this time of the pandemic. With the developments and innovative breakthroughs in tech, education has not been confined to the walls of the classroom. Therefore, one of the major trends will be Healthcare edtech as the first two waves have highlighted the massive shortfall of healthcare workforce. This will aid the issue and help strengthen the Indian Healthcare system with a well qualified workforce. In the week ended 25 July 2021, the national joblessness rate increased to 7.14% from 5.98% in the previous week. At the same time, the healthcare sector needs more professionals. It’s the right time for Indians to look at healthcare to build rewarding careers.

  • KM PRIYANKA YADAV 3315 Hrs 24 Min 38 Sec

    #kumari priyanka yadav #21146 #bca #jvwu The Covid-19 pandemic has crippled the Indian Healthcare System with the previous 2 catastrophic waves, and new challenges and complications were witnessed day by day by the Indian Healthcare system. The Healthcare sector was at the epicenter of the unprecedented pandemic and the crisis cost huge losses, crippling the public segment of the sector. Even though the private sector came to full aid in terms of advance equipment, workforce and isolation wards, supporting the government to fight the crisis, the triggering of the recession was inevitable. The crisis didn’t just dismantle the sector in terms of overburdened staff and scarcity of resources and medication, other services were also disrupted like the OPD footfall and surgeries decreased massively. This ultimately created a major hindrance in the cash flow of the hospitals and caused massive turbulence in the functioning of these hospitals. From shortage of oxygen, to shortage of medication, to now a massive shortage in the Allied Healthcare Professionals, the need for an advanced and improved healthcare infrastructure in India has been reinforced as a need of the hour. The Allied Healthcare Professionals a.k.a. Paramedics are the backbone of the Indian Healthcare system and due to the current shortage, the whole country is at stake. Therefore, more awareness and information in the public domain is a need of the hour. The third impending wave of covid-19 is likely to hit India soon and the Indian healthcare system is better prepared for it as compared to the previous two waves. Many trends surfaced during the first two waves and similarly, the third wave is also likely to give birth to multiple trends. The Delta plus variant, which may spread rapidly in the coming months, has three characteristic features: increased transmissibility, stronger binding to receptors of lung cells, and potential reduction in monoclonal antibody response. India is a developing country and the quantity of medical professionals still lacks significantly. The healthcare professionals have been tirelessly and consistently working towards catering to the patients in this time of the pandemic. With the developments and innovative breakthroughs in tech, education has not been confined to the walls of the classroom. Therefore, one of the major trends will be Healthcare edtech as the first two waves have highlighted the massive shortfall of healthcare workforce. This will aid the issue and help strengthen the Indian Healthcare system with a well qualified workforce. In the week ended 25 July 2021, the national joblessness rate increased to 7.14% from 5.98% in the previous week. At the same time, the healthcare sector needs more professionals. It’s the right time for Indians to look at healthcare to build rewarding careers.

  • JAIN POONAM SUDHIR KUMAR 3315 Hrs 26 Min 18 Sec

    #21277 #jainpunam #bca # jvwu The Covid-19 pandemic has crippled the Indian Healthcare System with the previous 2 catastrophic waves, and new challenges and complications were witnessed day by day by the Indian Healthcare system. The Healthcare sector was at the epicenter of the unprecedented pandemic and the crisis cost huge losses, crippling the public segment of the sector. Even though the private sector came to full aid in terms of advance equipment, workforce and isolation wards, supporting the government to fight the crisis, the triggering of the recession was inevitable. The crisis didn’t just dismantle the sector in terms of overburdened staff and scarcity of resources and medication, other services were also disrupted like the OPD footfall and surgeries decreased massively. This ultimately created a major hindrance in the cash flow of the hospitals and caused massive turbulence in the functioning of these hospitals. From shortage of oxygen, to shortage of medication, to now a massive shortage in the Allied Healthcare Professionals, the need for an advanced and improved healthcare infrastructure in India has been reinforced as a need of the hour. The Allied Healthcare Professionals a.k.a. Paramedics are the backbone of the Indian Healthcare system and due to the current shortage, the whole country is at stake. Therefore, more awareness and information in the public domain is a need of the hour. The third impending wave of covid-19 is likely to hit India soon and the Indian healthcare system is better prepared for it as compared to the previous two waves. Many trends surfaced during the first two waves and similarly, the third wave is also likely to give birth to multiple trends. The Delta plus variant, which may spread rapidly in the coming months, has three characteristic features: increased transmissibility, stronger binding to receptors of lung cells, and potential reduction in monoclonal antibody response. India is a developing country and the quantity of medical professionals still lacks significantly. The healthcare professionals have been tirelessly and consistently working towards catering to the patients in this time of the pandemic. With the developments and innovative breakthroughs in tech, education has not been confined to the walls of the classroom. Therefore, one of the major trends will be Healthcare edtech as the first two waves have highlighted the massive shortfall of healthcare workforce. This will aid the issue and help strengthen the Indian Healthcare system with a well qualified workforce. In the week ended 25 July 2021, the national joblessness rate increased to 7.14% from 5.98% in the previous week. At the same time, the healthcare sector needs more professionals. It’s the right time for Indians to look at healthcare to build rewarding careers.

  • POOJA KUMARI 3319 Hrs 28 Min 00 Sec

    #pooja kumari #JV-U/21/5001 #BCA-IST SEM #JVWU The Covid-19 pandemic has crippled the Indian Healthcare System with the previous 2 catastrophic waves, and new challenges and complications were witnessed day by day by the Indian Healthcare system. The Healthcare sector was at the epicenter of the unprecedented pandemic and the crisis cost huge losses, crippling the public segment of the sector. Even though the private sector came to full aid in terms of advance equipment, workforce and isolation wards, supporting the government to fight the crisis, the triggering of the recession was inevitable. The crisis didn’t just dismantle the sector in terms of overburdened staff and scarcity of resources and medication, other services were also disrupted like the OPD footfall and surgeries decreased massively. This ultimately created a major hindrance in the cash flow of the hospitals and caused massive turbulence in the functioning of these hospitals. From shortage of oxygen, to shortage of medication, to now a massive shortage in the Allied Healthcare Professionals, the need for an advanced and improved healthcare infrastructure in India has been reinforced as a need of the hour. The Allied Healthcare Professionals a.k.a. Paramedics are the backbone of the Indian Healthcare system and due to the current shortage, the whole country is at stake. Therefore, more awareness and information in the public domain is a need of the hour. The third impending wave of covid-19 is likely to hit India soon and the Indian healthcare system is better prepared for it as compared to the previous two waves. Many trends surfaced during the first two waves and similarly, the third wave is also likely to give birth to multiple trends. The Delta plus variant, which may spread rapidly in the coming months, has three characteristic features: increased transmissibility, stronger binding to receptors of lung cells, and potential reduction in monoclonal antibody response. India is a developing country and the quantity of medical professionals still lacks significantly. The healthcare professionals have been tirelessly and consistently working towards catering to the patients in this time of the pandemic. With the developments and innovative breakthroughs in tech, education has not been confined to the walls of the classroom. Therefore, one of the major trends will be Healthcare edtech as the first two waves have highlighted the massive shortfall of healthcare workforce. This will aid the issue and help strengthen the Indian Healthcare system with a well qualified workforce. In the week ended 25 July 2021, the national joblessness rate increased to 7.14% from 5.98% in the previous week. At the same time, the healthcare sector needs more professionals. It’s the right time for Indians to look at healthcare to build rewarding careers.

  • Krishan Sharma 3319 Hrs 42 Min 06 Sec

    #krishnasharma #MCA(le)5thsem #_jv-p/20/4607 India is a key growth market for us. It is home to 6.33 crore MSMEs, out of which 6.30 crore — 99.4% — are micro-enterprises. The number of MSMEs in FY20 has increased by 18.5% to 25.13 lakh units from 21.21 lakh in FY19. Our cross-border business enables these merchants to sell across the globe to our 300 million consumer base. India is unique. The regulator and government are at the forefront of driving digital adoption. Over the years, the government has brought a great approach to enable growth of this ecosystem. With initiatives like UPI, India Stack, Aadhaar, India’s digital payments journey is poised to take off unlike other countries. Offline payments are just another welcome move to ensure financial services are democratised across India. This clubbed with digital literacy in COVID times is bound to enhance financial inclusion, leading to increased volumes in online payments. One of the biggest challenges in India continues to be cash. With the pandemic, we have seen a significant shift to digital; but to sustain this growth, it is critical to manage risks associated with payments. We have a two-sided network which protects both merchants and consumers. Another challenge is the need for Internet penetration to tier 3 and 4 markets, which will enable deeper penetration of digital payments.

  • ANCHAL GUPTA 3319 Hrs 55 Min 51 Sec

    #Anchal Gupta #MCA(LE)2nd yr #JV-PL/20/4411 #JVWU The Opportunities & Challenges for Digitial Learning during the Third Wave of Corona. The crisis has exposed the many inadequacies and inequities in our education systems – from access to the broadband and computers needed for online education, and the supportive environments needed to focus on learning, up to the misalignment between resources and needs. The lockdowns in response to COVID-19 have interrupted conventional schooling with nationwide school closures in most OECD and partner countries, the majority lasting at least 10 weeks. While the educational community have made concerted efforts to maintain learning continuity during this period, children and students have had to rely more on their own resources to continue learning remotely through the Internet, television or radio. Perhaps most importantly, the crisis raises questions about the value offered by a university education which includes networking and social opportunities as well as educational content. To remain relevant, universities will need to reinvent their learning environments so that digitalisation expands and complements student-teacher and other relationships. Perhaps most importantly, the crisis has exposed the value proposition of universities. Students are unlikely to commit large amounts of time and money to consume online content. Students go to universities to meet great people, have inspiring conversations with faculty, collaborate with researchers in the laboratory and experience the social life on campus.Students are already demanding a partial refund of their tuition fees and many institutions have made pro-rata refunds on room and board, or have offered fee deferrals. With the enrolment of international students for the next academic year severely compromised, this will cut into universities’ bottom line, affecting not only their core education services, but also the financial support they provide domestic students, as well as research and development activities.

  • MANISHA GURJAR 3331 Hrs 16 Min 43 Sec

    #JVn Manisha Gurjar #Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University Enrollment: JV-U/18/2084 Class: B. Tech(CSE) 7th semester Topic: The Opportunities & Challenges for Digital Learning during the Third Wave of Corona .The crisis has exposed the many inadequacies and inequities in our education systems – from access to the broadband and computers needed for online education, and the supportive environments needed to focus on learning, up to the misalignment between resources and needs. The lockdowns in response to COVID-19 have interrupted conventional schooling with nationwide school closures in most OECD and partner countries, the majority lasting at least 10 weeks. While the educational community have made concerted efforts to maintain learning continuity during this period, children and students have had to rely more on their own resources to continue learning remotely through the Internet, television or radio. Teachers also had to adapt to new pedagogical concepts and modes of delivery of teaching, for which they may not have been trained. In particular, learners in the most marginalised groups, who don’t have access to digital learning resources or lack the resilience and engagement to learn on their own, are at risk of falling behind. The COVID-19 pandemic has also had a severe impact on higher education as universities closed their premises and countries shut their borders in response to lockdown measures. Although higher education institutions were quick to replace face-to-face lectures with online learning, these closures affected learning and examinations as well as the safety and legal status of international students in their host country. Perhaps most importantly, the crisis raises questions about the value offered by a university education which includes networking and social opportunities as well as educational content. To remain relevant, universities will need to reinvent their learning environments so that digitalisation expands and complements student-teacher and other relationships. Perhaps most importantly, the crisis has exposed the value proposition of universities. Students are unlikely to commit large amounts of time and money to consume online content. Students go to universities to meet great people, have inspiring conversations with faculty, collaborate with researchers in the laboratory and experience the social life on campus. To remain relevant, universities will need to reinvent learning environments so that digitalisation expands and complements, but does not replace, student teacher and student student relationships. Students are already demanding a partial refund of their tuition fees and many institutions have made pro-rata refunds on room and board, or have offered fee deferrals. With the enrolment of international students for the next academic year severely compromised, this will cut into universities’ bottom line, affecting not only their core education services, but also the financial support they provide domestic students, as well as research and development activities.

  • MANISHA GURJAR 3331 Hrs 17 Min 24 Sec

    #JVn Manisha Gurjar #Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University Enrollment: JV-U/18/2084 Class: B. Tech(CSE) 7th semester Topic: The Opportunities & Challenges for Digital Learning during the Third Wave of Corona .The crisis has exposed the many inadequacies and inequities in our education systems – from access to the broadband and computers needed for online education, and the supportive environments needed to focus on learning, up to the misalignment between resources and needs. The lockdowns in response to COVID-19 have interrupted conventional schooling with nationwide school closures in most OECD and partner countries, the majority lasting at least 10 weeks. While the educational community have made concerted efforts to maintain learning continuity during this period, children and students have had to rely more on their own resources to continue learning remotely through the Internet, television or radio. Teachers also had to adapt to new pedagogical concepts and modes of delivery of teaching, for which they may not have been trained. In particular, learners in the most marginalised groups, who don’t have access to digital learning resources or lack the resilience and engagement to learn on their own, are at risk of falling behind. The COVID-19 pandemic has also had a severe impact on higher education as universities closed their premises and countries shut their borders in response to lockdown measures. Although higher education institutions were quick to replace face-to-face lectures with online learning, these closures affected learning and examinations as well as the safety and legal status of international students in their host country. Perhaps most importantly, the crisis raises questions about the value offered by a university education which includes networking and social opportunities as well as educational content. To remain relevant, universities will need to reinvent their learning environments so that digitalisation expands and complements student-teacher and other relationships. Perhaps most importantly, the crisis has exposed the value proposition of universities. Students are unlikely to commit large amounts of time and money to consume online content. Students go to universities to meet great people, have inspiring conversations with faculty, collaborate with researchers in the laboratory and experience the social life on campus. To remain relevant, universities will need to reinvent learning environments so that digitalisation expands and complements, but does not replace, student teacher and student student relationships. Students are already demanding a partial refund of their tuition fees and many institutions have made pro-rata refunds on room and board, or have offered fee deferrals. With the enrolment of international students for the next academic year severely compromised, this will cut into universities’ bottom line, affecting not only their core education services, but also the financial support they provide domestic students, as well as research and development activities.

  • SHIWANGI RAI 3331 Hrs 34 Min 50 Sec

    #JVn Shiwangi Rai #Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University Enrollment: JV-U/18/2230 Class: B. Tech(CSE) 7th semester Topic: The Opportunities & Challenges for Digital Learning during the Third Wave of Corona .The major part of the world is on quarantine due to the serious outbreak of this global pandemic Covid-19 and therefore many cities have turned into phantom cities and its effects can be seen in schools, colleges, and universities too. Betwixt all this online teaching and online learning can be termed as the panacea for the crisis. The Corona Virus has made institutions to go from offline mode to online mode of pedagogy. This crisis will make the institutions, which were earlier reluctant to change, to accept modern technology. There are n number of technologies available for online education but sometimes they create a lot of difficulties. These difficulties and problems associated with modern technology range from downloading errors, issues with installation, login problems, problems with audio and video, and so on. Sometimes student finds online teaching to be boring and unengaging. Online learning has so much of time and flexibility that students never find time to do it. Personal attention is also a huge issue facing online learning. Students want two-way interaction which sometimes gets difficult to implement. The learning process cannot reach its full potential until students practice what they learn. Sometimes, online content is all theoretical and does not let students practice and learn effectively. Mediocre course content is also a major issue. Students feel that lack of community, technical problems, and difficulties in understanding instructional goals are the major barriers for online learning. A lot of issues are attached to online education but we cannot ignore the perks of it in times of such crisis. We can always have solutions to fix these difficulties. Technical difficulties can be solved through prerecording video lectures, testing the content, and always keeping Plan B ready so that the teaching–learning process cannot be hampered. Online courses should be made dynamic, interesting, and interactive. Teachers should set time limits and reminders for students to make them alert and attentive. Efforts should be made to humanize the learning process to the best extent possible. Personal attention should be provided to students so that they can easily adapt to this learning environment. The quality of the courses should be improved continuously and teachers must try to give their best. Online programs should be designed in such a way that they are creative, interactive, relevant, student-centered, and group-based. Educators must spend a lot of time in making effective strategies for giving online instructions. The challenge to educational institutions is not only finding new technology and using it but also reimagining its education, thereby helping students and academic staff who are seeking guidance for digital learning.

  • SHIWANGI RAI 3331 Hrs 41 Min 02 Sec

    #JVn Shiwangi Rai #Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University Enrollment: JV-U/18/2230 Class: B. Tech(CSE) 7th semester Topic: The Opportunities & Challenges for Digital Learning during the Third Wave of Corona .The major part of the world is on quarantine due to the serious outbreak of this global pandemic Covid-19 and therefore many cities have turned into phantom cities and its effects can be seen in schools, colleges, and universities too. Betwixt all this online teaching and online learning can be termed as the panacea for the crisis. The Corona Virus has made institutions to go from offline mode to online mode of pedagogy. This crisis will make the institutions, which were earlier reluctant to change, to accept modern technology. There are n number of technologies available for online education but sometimes they create a lot of difficulties. These difficulties and problems associated with modern technology range from downloading errors, issues with installation, login problems, problems with audio and video, and so on. Sometimes student finds online teaching to be boring and unengaging. Online learning has so much of time and flexibility that students never find time to do it. Personal attention is also a huge issue facing online learning. Students want two-way interaction which sometimes gets difficult to implement. The learning process cannot reach its full potential until students practice what they learn. Sometimes, online content is all theoretical and does not let students practice and learn effectively. Mediocre course content is also a major issue. Students feel that lack of community, technical problems, and difficulties in understanding instructional goals are the major barriers for online learning. A lot of issues are attached to online education but we cannot ignore the perks of it in times of such crisis. We can always have solutions to fix these difficulties. Technical difficulties can be solved through prerecording video lectures, testing the content, and always keeping Plan B ready so that the teaching–learning process cannot be hampered. Online courses should be made dynamic, interesting, and interactive. Teachers should set time limits and reminders for students to make them alert and attentive. Efforts should be made to humanize the learning process to the best extent possible. Personal attention should be provided to students so that they can easily adapt to this learning environment. The quality of the courses should be improved continuously and teachers must try to give their best. Online programs should be designed in such a way that they are creative, interactive, relevant, student-centered, and group-based. Educators must spend a lot of time in making effective strategies for giving online instructions. The challenge to educational institutions is not only finding new technology and using it but also reimagining its education, thereby helping students and academic staff who are seeking guidance for digital learning.

  • VARTIKA KHANDELWAL 3332 Hrs 20 Min 36 Sec

    #JVn Vartika Khandelwal #Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University Enrollment: JV-U/18/2132 Class: BTech(CSE) 7th sem Topic: The Opportunities & Challenges for Digitial Learning during the Third Wave of Corona.The Covid-19 pandemic has crippled the Indian Healthcare System with the previous 2 catastrophic waves, and new challenges and complications were witnessed day by day by the Indian Healthcare system. The Healthcare sector was at the epicenter of the unprecedented pandemic and the crisis cost huge losses, crippling the public segment of the sector. Even though the private sector came to full aid in terms of advance equipment, workforce and isolation wards, supporting the government to fight the crisis, the triggering of the recession was inevitable. The crisis didn’t just dismantle the sector in terms of overburdened staff and scarcity of resources and medication, other services were also disrupted like the OPD footfall and surgeries decreased massively. This ultimately created a major hindrance in the cash flow of the hospitals and caused massive turbulence in the functioning of these hospitals. From shortage of oxygen, to shortage of medication, to now a massive shortage in the Allied Healthcare Professionals, the need for an advanced and improved healthcare infrastructure in India has been reinforced as a need of the hour. The Allied Healthcare Professionals a.k.a. Paramedics are the backbone of the Indian Healthcare system and due to the current shortage, the whole country is at stake. Therefore, more awareness and information in the public domain is a need of the hour. Changes and developments amidst pandemic The first wave totally dismantled the Indian healthcare system, the rising cases posed a massive threat and led to shortages of hospital beds, oxygen, medication and workforce. The second wave was not as severe but posed multiple major challenges as well. Both these waves of covid-19 have brought many changes and developments as well owing to the challenges raised by the pandemic. It triggered a massive recession across sectors, thus triggering a heightened restructuring that will ultimately lead to a stronger and an advanced healthcare system. The startups also played a major role in the developments and new successful and innovative ideas birthed during the pandemic. Crisis gave birth to innovation and some of the trends that surfaced during the pandemic were online medication delivery, tele consulting, medical devices, Clinical intelligence and enablement etc. Online learning has expanded exponentially in the last year due to Covid-19. Without this push, a complete shift might have been a far-off possibility in the future. With the number of internet users increasing rapidly in India, online learning can emerge as a potential alternative to traditional education but only through proper planning and execution by the government. With the numerous opportunities available with online education, many educationists have found it to become the preferred mode of learning in the future. Some of the opportunities brought forward by online learning in the present pandemic situation include: 1. Students can avail learning resources from anywhere in the world. 2. Virtual classrooms can impart quality education while avoiding the risk of the spread of Covid-19, which is of utmost importance in the present. 3. Students from rural areas do not need to travel long distances within the country or abroad in order to study in a good institution if they can avail online learning opportunities, thus cutting down costs. But, to do the same, they would require a good network connection as well as access to proper educational technology. Nevertheless, it would be imperceptive to believe that online education poses no challenges. Poor internet connectivity, absence of human connection, lack of opportunities for collaborating learning, supervision of teachers, a decline of hands-on learning, and poor assessment of examinations are some of the trials and tribulations online education platforms face. This does not take away the fact that the quick succession of online learning has been a savior. While online learning opens up a range of new opportunities for imparting education, it comes with its own share of challenges as well. India still needs to go a long way in order to make online learning available to all the students in the country through proper developments in this regard. Some of the challenges that online learning presently faces in India include: 1. Inability to Focus on Screens 2. Technical Issues 3. Sense of Isolation 4. Teacher Training 5. Manage Screen Time Online Learning is one of the most popular trends that have surfaced in the pandemic world. All of us are working from home or studying online, thus in some way using the internet to carry out the tasks we would normally do in a world without the pandemic. Online Learning has become a true savior for students who are unable to attend regular classes at schools or colleges. However, for teachers bound to traditional classrooms, online learning was an initial challenge but as they learned its essentials and workings, it has helped every teacher connect better with their students during the pandemic.

  • VARTIKA KHANDELWAL 3332 Hrs 21 Min 34 Sec

    #JVn Vartika Khandelwal #Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University Enrollment: JV-U/18/2132 Class: BTech(CSE) 7th sem Topic: The Opportunities & Challenges for Digitial Learning during the Third Wave of Corona.The Covid-19 pandemic has crippled the Indian Healthcare System with the previous 2 catastrophic waves, and new challenges and complications were witnessed day by day by the Indian Healthcare system. The Healthcare sector was at the epicenter of the unprecedented pandemic and the crisis cost huge losses, crippling the public segment of the sector. Even though the private sector came to full aid in terms of advance equipment, workforce and isolation wards, supporting the government to fight the crisis, the triggering of the recession was inevitable. The crisis didn’t just dismantle the sector in terms of overburdened staff and scarcity of resources and medication, other services were also disrupted like the OPD footfall and surgeries decreased massively. This ultimately created a major hindrance in the cash flow of the hospitals and caused massive turbulence in the functioning of these hospitals. From shortage of oxygen, to shortage of medication, to now a massive shortage in the Allied Healthcare Professionals, the need for an advanced and improved healthcare infrastructure in India has been reinforced as a need of the hour. The Allied Healthcare Professionals a.k.a. Paramedics are the backbone of the Indian Healthcare system and due to the current shortage, the whole country is at stake. Therefore, more awareness and information in the public domain is a need of the hour. Changes and developments amidst pandemic The first wave totally dismantled the Indian healthcare system, the rising cases posed a massive threat and led to shortages of hospital beds, oxygen, medication and workforce. The second wave was not as severe but posed multiple major challenges as well. Both these waves of covid-19 have brought many changes and developments as well owing to the challenges raised by the pandemic. It triggered a massive recession across sectors, thus triggering a heightened restructuring that will ultimately lead to a stronger and an advanced healthcare system. The startups also played a major role in the developments and new successful and innovative ideas birthed during the pandemic. Crisis gave birth to innovation and some of the trends that surfaced during the pandemic were online medication delivery, tele consulting, medical devices, Clinical intelligence and enablement etc. Online learning has expanded exponentially in the last year due to Covid-19. Without this push, a complete shift might have been a far-off possibility in the future. With the number of internet users increasing rapidly in India, online learning can emerge as a potential alternative to traditional education but only through proper planning and execution by the government. With the numerous opportunities available with online education, many educationists have found it to become the preferred mode of learning in the future. Some of the opportunities brought forward by online learning in the present pandemic situation include: 1. Students can avail learning resources from anywhere in the world. 2. Virtual classrooms can impart quality education while avoiding the risk of the spread of Covid-19, which is of utmost importance in the present. 3. Students from rural areas do not need to travel long distances within the country or abroad in order to study in a good institution if they can avail online learning opportunities, thus cutting down costs. But, to do the same, they would require a good network connection as well as access to proper educational technology. Nevertheless, it would be imperceptive to believe that online education poses no challenges. Poor internet connectivity, absence of human connection, lack of opportunities for collaborating learning, supervision of teachers, a decline of hands-on learning, and poor assessment of examinations are some of the trials and tribulations online education platforms face. This does not take away the fact that the quick succession of online learning has been a savior. While online learning opens up a range of new opportunities for imparting education, it comes with its own share of challenges as well. India still needs to go a long way in order to make online learning available to all the students in the country through proper developments in this regard. Some of the challenges that online learning presently faces in India include: 1. Inability to Focus on Screens 2. Technical Issues 3. Sense of Isolation 4. Teacher Training 5. Manage Screen Time Online Learning is one of the most popular trends that have surfaced in the pandemic world. All of us are working from home or studying online, thus in some way using the internet to carry out the tasks we would normally do in a world without the pandemic. Online Learning has become a true savior for students who are unable to attend regular classes at schools or colleges. However, for teachers bound to traditional classrooms, online learning was an initial challenge but as they learned its essentials and workings, it has helped every teacher connect better with their students during the pandemic.

  • PRANJALI PAL 3335 Hrs 43 Min 01 Sec

    #JVn Pranjali pal #Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University Enrollment: JV-U/18/2623 Class: BTech(CSE) 7th sem Topic: The Opportunities & Challenges for Digitial Learning during the Third Wave of Corona. Online learning has expanded exponentially in the last year due to Covid-19. Without this push, a complete shift might have been a far-off possibility in the future. With the number of internet users increasing rapidly in India, online learning can emerge as a potential alternative to traditional education but only through proper planning and execution by the government. With the numerous opportunities available with online education, many educationists have found it to become the preferred mode of learning in the future. Some of the opportunities brought forward by online learning in the present pandemic situation include: 1. Students can avail learning resources from anywhere in the world. 2. Virtual classrooms can impart quality education while avoiding the risk of the spread of Covid-19, which is of utmost importance in the present. 3. Students from rural areas do not need to travel long distances within the country or abroad in order to study in a good institution if they can avail online learning opportunities, thus cutting down costs. But, to do the same, they would require a good network connection as well as access to proper educational technology. Nevertheless, it would be imperceptive to believe that online education poses no challenges. Poor internet connectivity, absence of human connection, lack of opportunities for collaborating learning, supervision of teachers, a decline of hands-on learning, and poor assessment of examinations are some of the trials and tribulations online education platforms face. This does not take away the fact that the quick succession of online learning has been a savior. While online learning opens up a range of new opportunities for imparting education, it comes with its own share of challenges as well. India still needs to go a long way in order to make online learning available to all the students in the country through proper developments in this regard. Some of the challenges that online learning presently faces in India include: 1. Inability to Focus on Screens 2. Technical Issues 3. Sense of Isolation 4. Teacher Training 5. Manage Screen Time Online Learning is one of the most popular trends that have surfaced in the pandemic world. All of us are working from home or studying online, thus in some way using the internet to carry out the tasks we would normally do in a world without the pandemic. Online Learning has become a true savior for students who are unable to attend regular classes at schools or colleges. However, for teachers bound to traditional classrooms, online learning was an initial challenge but as they learned its essentials and workings, it has helped every teacher connect better with their students during the pandemic.

  • PRANJALI PAL 3335 Hrs 43 Min 14 Sec

    #JVn Pranjali pal #Jayoti Vidyapeeth Womens University Enrollment: JV-U/18/2623 Class: BTech(CSE) 7th sem Topic: The Opportunities & Challenges for Digitial Learning during the Third Wave of Corona. Online learning has expanded exponentially in the last year due to Covid-19. Without this push, a complete shift might have been a far-off possibility in the future. With the number of internet users increasing rapidly in India, online learning can emerge as a potential alternative to traditional education but only through proper planning and execution by the government. With the numerous opportunities available with online education, many educationists have found it to become the preferred mode of learning in the future. Some of the opportunities brought forward by online learning in the present pandemic situation include: 1. Students can avail learning resources from anywhere in the world. 2. Virtual classrooms can impart quality education while avoiding the risk of the spread of Covid-19, which is of utmost importance in the present. 3. Students from rural areas do not need to travel long distances within the country or abroad in order to study in a good institution if they can avail online learning opportunities, thus cutting down costs. But, to do the same, they would require a good network connection as well as access to proper educational technology. Nevertheless, it would be imperceptive to believe that online education poses no challenges. Poor internet connectivity, absence of human connection, lack of opportunities for collaborating learning, supervision of teachers, a decline of hands-on learning, and poor assessment of examinations are some of the trials and tribulations online education platforms face. This does not take away the fact that the quick succession of online learning has been a savior. While online learning opens up a range of new opportunities for imparting education, it comes with its own share of challenges as well. India still needs to go a long way in order to make online learning available to all the students in the country through proper developments in this regard. Some of the challenges that online learning presently faces in India include: 1. Inability to Focus on Screens 2. Technical Issues 3. Sense of Isolation 4. Teacher Training 5. Manage Screen Time Online Learning is one of the most popular trends that have surfaced in the pandemic world. All of us are working from home or studying online, thus in some way using the internet to carry out the tasks we would normally do in a world without the pandemic. Online Learning has become a true savior for students who are unable to attend regular classes at schools or colleges. However, for teachers bound to traditional classrooms, online learning was an initial challenge but as they learned its essentials and workings, it has helped every teacher connect better with their students during the pandemic.