Are our Healthcare Workers Getting their Due?

Written by Divya Kumari Edited by Himanshi Shivani A healthcare worker is the one who delivers care and services to the sick and unwell population either directly as doctors and nurses or indirectly as pharmacists, nursing assistants, medical assistants, phlebotomists helpers, laboratory technicians, or even medical waste handlers. There are approximately 59 million healthcare workers

Things You Can Learn From Specially-abled…!!!

Regardless of the sort of individual, there are exercises to be gained from them. Individuals with incapacities are particularly persuasive, as our hardships in life aren't handily overlooked. We experience each day earnestly and quality, which numerous individuals are amazed by, with numerous subtly thinking about whether they could do something very

PROBLEMS WITH THE EDUCATION

Problems with the education…

Why education has become a problem in the world is, people become who they are in the world because of what they have gathered. This is a very unfortunate situation. Right now, whether it is material things or knowledge, whatever information we have gathered, it makes them who we are. Who we

What are we missing in schools

What are we missing in schools

Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all. Most of us had been to school, most of us may have been to college or university, most of us will feel that our education let us down, our education didn't give us the skills, the abilities, the mindset that

Ratio of Illiteracy for Women

Ratio of Illiteracy for Women

Literacy means the ability to read and write. Being able to read and write is an important skill in modern society. According to UNESCO, illiteracy is not being able to read and write. In India, according to 2011 census, the overall rate of literacy is 73%. Rate of literacy of Men is