SELF ANGER – SIGN OF DEFEAT

SELF ANGER – SIGN OF DEFEAT

 “Truth” through dialogue

What is TRUTH? How do we define TRUTH? Is it even possible to give an informative definition of TRUTH? But in ancient India the Truth was discovered through samvaad (dialogue). One of the best examples is Shrimad Bhagwad Geeta i.e., samvaad between Lord Krishna and Arjuna. Another good example is the samvaad that took place between Ravana & Lakshman when Ravana was about to die. This shows the high moral values and control over Indriya (senses) at that time.

The Last Dialogue between Ravan and Lakshman

Even after such a fierce battle with bow and arrows and Maya for nearly seven days, Lord Rama was not feeling proud and victorious but he wanted the knowledge so he insisted Lakshman to go to Ravana to learn some valuable knowledge. This shows his greatness and hunger about knowledge.

If we see from Ravana’s point of view – After knowing that his enemy is standing in front of him, who has killed his whole family – brothers, sons, he was not angry and had his control over all his Indriyas and gave valuable lessons of life to Lakshman.

The classic debate between Mandana Misra and Adi Shankara

Now we will see a classic example of samvaad that took place in 8th Century between Mandan Mishra and Acharya Shankara. Mandan Mishra was a follower of Mimamsa philosphy and was a strict virtualist i.e., he was in favour of all the karm-kands even animal sacrifice. While Acharya Shankara was a sanyasi and yogi and strictly against the mimamsa philosophy. And Mandan Mishra felt that only those who wished to escape the rigours of Vedic injunctions found a refuge in the Sanyasa ashram. Acharya Shankara challenged Mandan Mishra for a debate. Although the time of challenge was not suitable because Mandan Mishra was busy in some rituals and presence of a sanyasi at that time was most unwelcome but even after that he accepted the challenge. It was decided as a bet of the debate that, If Shankara looses in debate, He would become disciple of Mandana Misra and get married in the life. If Manadana Misra looses, he should become Sanyasi and become disciple of Shankara. Because Adi Shankara was younger so Mandana Mishra offered Adi Shankara to choose the judge. Adi Shankara chose Mandan Mishra’s wife Ubhya Bharti as the judge, even after knowing that she may be partial and she was also against the sanyasi practice. He did so because Ubhaya Bharti was considered as the most knowledgeable and ethical woman of that era.

The critical decision by the Judge Ubhaya Bharti

After a long debate when there was no result or hope left then it was decided by the judge Ubhaya Bharti that the result may only be judged through the control over indriyas (innner senses) and both the challengers were garlanded with fresh flowers and she left the place. After some time, she came back and declared Adi Shankara as a winner without any hesitation. Someone questioned the result, then she clarified and Mandan Mishra couldn’t control over his anger and because of his inner anger the flowers in the garland were withered (Murjhana) while the flowers in Adi Shankara’s neck were intact & fresh. This justifies the title of the blog – “Self-Anger – Sign of Defeat”.

Dr.Ashish MishraDirector RBCET

Green Communication – The Internet of next generation

Green Communication – The Internet of next generation

Introduction

The drastic development of telecommunication industry and the proportional development of its usage increase the production of novel devices. These devices are able to connect almost the entire world, all individual entities, are connected either through a wired (wireless) media. The energy consumption, radiation effects etc. are the significant side effects of the production of new and advanced devices. The concern on Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and the crisis of energy are the crucial issues faced by the wireless communication techniques. The rising of electricity costs and environmental concerns are also rising as major problems in the communication industry. These most prevalent issues have motivated the research community towards green communication, the most energy-efficient network architecture.

Conceptual Framework

Data communication is a very crucial tasks in organizations and it need and in hands of experienced decision makers and their instincts. Wireless networks will also be a foremost constituent of the communiqué infrastructure requisite for other “green” solutions for the proficient management of energy, since they facilitate practices like telecommuting e.g. traffic reduction and remote administration e.g. the Smart Energy Grid, which are expected to significantly help reduce the environmental footprint of many human activities.

We analyze the technology behind green computing, it elaborates the study on cloud computing and technologies used in wireless communication then it extends to green communication channels. In the process, we highlight green communication as the connective tissue between communication.

The practice of adopting energy efficient communications channels and technologies is termed as Green communication. This novel technology reduces the utilization of resources in all branches of communication. The aim is to reduce the energy consumption so as to cut down the operating costs and create a more user-friendly environment by reducing carbon emissions. Therefore, it is required to develop innovative algorithms for further reducing the total energy required for the operation of (WAN) wireless access networks.

Conclusion

The world is more focusing on green computing not only because of this technology will gradually decrease the initial investment costs but the rising electricity costs and environmental concerns. However, as a novel approach and the impact is directly on the huge and necessary industry like telecommunication, more research and experiments are needed. This necessitates leading and attracting more and more organizations into green communication channel.

Dr Ruchin JainDirector

RBCET

Mucormycosis/Black fungus-A Fungal Complication being Detected in COVID-19 Patients

Mucormycosis/Black fungus-A Fungal Complication being Detected in COVID-19 Patients

Introduction

Doctors in India have been recording a big spurt in cases of the aggressive, hard-to-treat fungal infection. While mucormycosis cases have been seen in the country earlier, the current increase in infections is among people infected with COVID-19 and those who have recovered from the disease.

 Definition

Mucormycosis (sometimes called zygomycosis) is a serious but rare fungal infection caused by a group of molds called mucormycetes.  These fungi live throughout the environment, particularly in soil and in decaying organic matter, such as leaves, compost piles, or rotten wood.

Causes of Infection

  • Inhaling the fungal spores.
  • Fungus enters the skin through a cut, scrape, burn, or other type of skin trauma.

 It is really Serious

Types

  • Rhinocerebral (sinus and brain) mucormycosis is an infection in the sinuses that can spread to the brain.
  • Pulmonary (lung) mucormycosis is in people with cancer and in people who have had an organ transplant or a stem cell transplant.
  • Gastrointestinal mucormycosis is more common among young children than adults, especially premature and low birth weight infants less than 1 month of age, who have had antibiotics or surgery.
  • Cutaneous (skin) mucormycosis: occurs after the fungi enter the body through a break in the skin (for example, after surgery, a burn, or other type of skin trauma).
  • Disseminated mucormycosis occurs when the infection spreads through the bloodstream to affect another part of the body.

Symptoms

Symptoms of Rhino cerebral mucormycosis:

One-sided facial swelling

Headache

Nasal or sinus congestion

Black lesions on nasal bridge or upper inside of mouth that quickly become more severe

Fever

Symptoms of Pulmonary (lung) mucormycosis:

Fever

Cough

Chest pain

Shortness of breath

Symptoms of Cutaneous (skin) mucormycosis:

Blisters or ulcers

Blackning

Pain

Warmth

Excessive redness

Swelling

Symptoms of Gastrointestinal mucormycosis :

Abdominal pain

Nausea and vomiting

Gastrointestinal bleeding

Symptoms of Disseminated mucormycosis

Mental status changes

Coma

Preventive measures

  • Protect yourself from the environmental pollution.
  • Try to avoid areas with a lot of dust like construction or excavation sites. If you can’t avoid these areas, wear an N95 respirator (a type of face mask) while you’re there.
  • Avoid direct contact with water-damaged buildings.
  • Avoid activities that involve close contact to soil or dust.
  • Wear shoes, long pants, and a long-sleeved shirt when doing outdoor activities.
  • Wear gloves when handling materials such as soil, moss, or manure.
  • To reduce the chances of developing a skin infection, clean skin injuries , wash well with soap and water.
  • Antifungal medication.

Akhil Rodgers-Faculty

Rakshapal Bahadur College of Nursing

Covid-19: -An Impact on School Education-(with special reference to Rural and Semi Urban India)

Covid-19: -An Impact on School Education-(with special reference to Rural and Semi Urban India)

The time that we all have never dreamt of, the Covid 19 pandemic time, which has blown around the globe, leaving no space untouched. This certainly has left diversified, mixed and memorable impact in the field of Education.

Schools are Closed

Pandemic has resulted in schools, colleges and universities shut all across the world. Globally over 1.3 billion children are out of the classroom. In India, school closures have affected 320 million students. The whole country is facing a challenging time due to covid-19. It is an unprecedented situation children are confined at home.

Their schools are closed; they are experiencing mental stress and anxiety.

Growth of Online Learning

There were many negative impacts as well as positive impacts from pandemic in the field of education which took the education system a step higher. As a result, many gates to innovative transmission methods of knowledge were opened dramatically like there was a distinctive rise of E- learning. Looking at the positive side of the pandemic’s impact, it has made the learning cells in our brains more active and makes us analyze how to continue with the education of young minds. During this time, teachers are using diverse methods for teaching and learning. The pandemic has accelerated the adoption of the digital technologies to deliver education. Online classes, Webinars, Soft technology, Virtual classrooms, Teleconferencing, Digital exams and assessments became common otherwise; they might have come into practical use a decade later. There are many states which are continuing education through various education initiatives such as online classroom and radio programs etc.

In response to significant demand many online learning platforms are offering free access to their services and announcing free live classes on their learning applications and it is seen there are 200% increase in number of new standards. Companies are also making software for transfer of knowledge in innovative ways. With this sudden shift away from the classroom, some are wondering whether the adoption of online learning will continue to persist post pandemic, and how much such a shift would impact the education sector.

Limitations of Online Learning-(with special reference to Rural and Semi Urban India)

But it was very challenging to India as many people live in areas without Internet connections and many do not have well equipped devices like mobile phones, tablets, laptops etc. to learn. The overall growth and development which took place in schools is lost, the social interaction with peers is also lost as children are now confined to their homes.  Besides, the students don’t get the free nutritious food like mid-day meals which compromises their health leaving children deprived and malnourished. Teaching becomes more challenging during the school closures as the quality of teaching is likely to be affected. This is how the education field is hampered during the pandemic. Pandemic has been a challenge to the educational institutions as many low budget schools got shut down.

New hopes from New normal

Everyone has one Question: when will life be normal? But life goes on in new normal and so does education. There was a great damage done to the field of education in this era of Covid-19. But it’s a blessing in disguise, because it has open doors to new opportunities like digitalization. The next few months are going to be critical to ensure that the impact of pandemic on students is minimized. This pandemic has also laid the gaps in education system which is to be addressed to deal with such situation in the future without compromising on the quality and access of education. Hence, it is important to draw upon the lessons learnt during this period and updating of infrastructure of how to face events like these in future. At Rakshpal Bahadur Group of Institutions we are very hope full and very well equipped for E- Learning.

Transition times are always difficult , but we should love them, as we can make our new normal as we wish. Take it as an opportunity to build future of the world . We need to keep education at Top in our ‘To Do’ list at all levels ….

Samridhi Pali– Student (M.Ed First year)

RBTTI, Bareilly.

Solubility Enhancement: A Lucrative Business

Solubility Enhancement: A Lucrative Business

Solubility is one of the important parameters to achieve desired concentration of drug in systemic circulation for achieving required pharmacological response. Poorly water-soluble drugs often require high doses in order to reach therapeutic plasma concentrations after oral administration.

Solubility and its determination

Solubility v/s New drugs in Pharmacy

The quest for newer, better than before, cost effective medicines for all is a continuous process and it is reflected by the mission of almost all pharmaceutical companies worldwide. To develop new drugs for the better management of existing old diseases in general and the diseases of the 21st millennium viz. Covid-19 in particular is still a huge challenge for the pharmaceutical companies thanks to the ever increasing financial burden and strict regulatory requirements. Time consumed to develop a new drug and various technical issues pertaining to patent laws are other factors. Despite the fact that the drug discovery and development process has taken a quantum leap in all thrust areas, many prospective new molecules are rejected in the various stages of the development process for the one reason or the other. As a result many companies have dry pipeline for the new drug candidates. In addition there is a stiff competition among pharmaceutical companies to launch a new drug on the market rather quickly to acquire a large market share. This resulted in the fact that many new approved drugs and majority of the drug candidates which are still in their infancy suffer from poor biopharmaceutical characteristics. Several marketed drugs have low solubility, low permeability, incomplete absorption and rapid excretion from the body. Since drug discovery is not an overnight process the pharmaceutical companies are now modifying the existing approved drugs which suffer from undesirable biopharmaceutical properties into a new improved version.

Business strategies

 The new improved versions of these drugs are earning handsome profits for the pharmaceutical companies. Various strategies have been adopted by the companies viz. utilization of “green chemicals” in place of harmful organic solvents to solubilize the insoluble drugs, change in the crystal form of the drug, a new salt/ ester form of the existing drug ,prodrug/ active metabolite are a few examples to mention here. A sizeable number of marketed BCS class –II drugs provides new profitable opportunities to the pharmaceutical industry to come up with new and improved formulations with improved bioavailability to a tune of several hundreds to thousands folds of the parent drugs. This is evidenced by the increased number of NDA filing under 505(b)(2).

For a drug to exert its pharmacological effect, it must be present at its receptor site in the proper concentration. This is achieved by administering the drugs by various routes. An oral route is the most preferred route of drug delivery due to numerous advantages associated with it viz.

ease of administration, solid as well as liquid dosage forms can be administered depending upon the age and preference of the patient, different dosage forms can be designed depending upon the nature of the drug, multiple drugs can be placed in a single dosage form, improved patient compliance and other advantages from the manufacturers’ point of view.

Once the drug is administered through oral route, there are various obstacles in its path before the drug becomes available in the systemic circulation. The solubility of the drug in water or in the gastrointestinal fluids is one such obstacle. The presence of various enzymes which may degrade the drug, the permeation across various biological membranes, and the first pass metabolism are other noteworthy obstacles. When the drug is present in the systemic circulation it has again to cross other biological membranes in order to reach its receptor site.

The aqueous solubility of drugs is the one and foremost prerequisite which dictates its bioavailability. On the basis of their solubility and permeability, the drugs are classified into 4 groups by Amidon et al. which is known as the Biopharmaceutical Classification System. In order to classify a particular drug in a specific group under BCS, its solubility and permeability is experimentally determined under prescribed conditions. The United States Food and Drug Administration specifies that a drug is highly soluble when its highest clinical dose is soluble in 250 mL of  aqueous media over a pH range of 1- 7.5 at 37.50 C and highly permeable if its orally administered dose is > 90% bioavailable in humans as assessed by urinary excretion data. For poorly water soluble drugs , their dissolution is the rate limiting step. The bioavailability of these drugs is reported to be very less due to their incomplete dissolution at the absorption site and due to the prevailing gastric emptying rate these drugs may pass their absorption site before complete dissolution occurs. This poses a challenge before the formulators to employ suitable methods to enhance the aqueous solubilities of BCS class –II drugs while ensuring their stability in the dosage form and in the physiologic conditions.

SOLUBILITY ENHANCEMENT (solubilization) TECHNIQUES

 A sizeable number of solubilization techniques have been employed by the formulation development scientists. these include pH modification and salt/ ester formation, co solvency and surfactant solubilization, amorphous forms, solid dispersions and co crystal formation,polymeric micelles formation, inclusion complexes, size reduction and nanonization, solid –lipid nanoparticles, liposomes and proliposomes, microemulsions and self- emulsifying drug delivery systems. However the selection of a particular method depends upon the physicochemical properties of the drug, the nature of excipient(s) employed besides other considerations.

Aseem Tewari

Associate Professor- Rakshpal Bahadur college of Pharmacy, Bareilly

Information Technology as a Career: Its scope and Job Opportunities

Information Technology as a Career

Its scope and Job Opportunities

Information technology is one of the most swiftly increasing sectors of the Indian economy and has shown a remarkable sign of growth within the last two decades. India is the largest exporter of IT. Two main constituents of the Information Technology sector in India are IT services and outsourcing. In this blog, we shall discuss the career opportunities after completing BCA/MCA/B.Tech in Computer Science.

According to a report- IT & ITeS industry grew to approximately US$ 180 billion during 2019-20. Exports from this sector swelled to US$ 137 billion in the financial year 2020 while domestic revenues increased to US$ 44 b. IT industry provides jobs to almost 4 -5 million people as of the financial year 2020.

According to the data issued by the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT)- “The information and technology sector in India attracted accruing Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows that were worth US$ 43.58 billion between 2000 and 2020.”

How to start a career in IT?


To make a career in IT, you’ll need a degree. It may be BCA/MCA/B.Tech in Computer Science. Profound knowledge and a degree always give an edge over your competitors. A career in IT is diverse and lucrative with a great job and personal growth opportunities and high-end salaries offered to the young talents with high potential.

Many top recruiters visit RBMI Group of Institutions- one of the best private colleges in Greater Noida(Delhi-NCR) and Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh


Employment Opportunities:

BCA/MCA/B.TECH in Computer Science graduates may get following job opportunities.-

Front-end engineer
Java developer
Data scientist
Product manager
DevOps engineer
Data engineer
Software engineer
Salesforce developer
Applications engineer
Systems engineer
Software developer
Cloud engineer
Product designer
UX designer
QA engineer
Sales engineer
Data analyst
Automation engineer
Network enginee
r

Why a boom is expected in this sector despite COVID 19 and lockdown Setback?

1. The Indian government has taken several initiatives during the last few years to boost employment and opportunities in this sector.

2. Till November 2019, there were about 417 approved SEZs across the country where 274 are of IT & ITeS and 143 are exporting SEZs.

3. In May 2019, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) launched the MeitYStartup Hub (MSH) portal.

4. The government has identified Information Technology as one of 12 champion service sectors for which an action plan is being developed. Also, the government has set up  Rs 5,000 crores (US$ 745.82 million) fund for realising the potential of these champion service sectors.

5. According to the recent Union Budget, NITI Aayog is about to set up a national-level program that will enable efforts in AI(Artificial Intelligence) and will help in leveraging AI technology for development works in the nation.

6. The Government of India announced plans to launch a national program on AI and setting up a National AI portal.

7. National Policy on Software Products-2019 was passed by the Union Cabinet to develop India as a software product nation.

How to Get Admission in BCA/MCA/B.Tech (Computer Science)

There are various colleges in India that offer a degree in BCA/MCA/B.Tech. RBMI Group of Institutions has courses like BCA/MCA/B.Tech in Computer Science and has been ranked among top colleges in North India for enabling the research environment. Therefore, you can get a lot of opportunities to learn, explore, experiment and grow here.

Here are some of the testimonials of RBMI achievers that will help you understand the initiatives of the college that helps students to get better career opportunities.

Alumni Speak for RBMI

For more testimonials, you can visit our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/RbmiGroupofInstitution/  or you can visit our website- https://www.rbmi.in/

How Do We Help You To Shape Your Career?

We provide students with a Road Map for success in their respective courses, and provide best learning environment including regular classes, seminars, workshops, Industry based training & student clubs and also provide job-oriented training & guidance to all students so that they can keep pace with the needs of the ever-evolving IT market.

Kushagra Bhardwaj

Associate Professor-RBMI GR. NOIDA

Transparent Milk Tea

Transparent Milk Tea

Advancements in ‘Science and Technology’ are fundamentally altering the way people live, connect and communicate. We come up every day with a new invention with the various new advancements into the existing lifestyle.

Suntory! The Transparent Milk Tea

I would like to tell about one of the products launched by Japanese beverage maker company, Suntory, which is quite famous nowadays. In fact, Japan is the country which is well known for its cuisines. They prefer it to be unique which comes out of fun & creativity. Well it is all a game of presentation that tempts us unlike the Japan’s beverage company that launched ‘Transparent Milk Tea’.

Suntory Vs Regular Tea

Basically, it is transparent milky tea flavoured water, which was launched in recent past. On the contrary, if we talk about real tea, which is made of tea & milk, the transparent milk tea is made without milk & tea, which appears as clear as water, having no resemblance to the colour of real tea, but with the same aroma and as refreshing as the Assam tea.

You all must be thinking that it’s just artificially flavoured water. Well, wheat has been separated from the chaff in a workshop based on science and technology for the educational awareness of RBMIans (students of Rakshpal Bahadur Management Institute, Bareilly). Along with other recent researches and inventions, this beautiful invention was also discussed, as we all Indians are known as ‘Tea Addict’, with the ‘Tea’ as our first love. 

Making of Transparent Tea

The making of transparent milk tea is more interesting than the fact that the tea with milk can be transparent. Well, it is made by extracting the flavour of Assam tea by passing the water vapours through loose Assam tea. Interesting, isn’t it? Japan always leaves us surprised by its creativity. Suntory won our hearts when they released a demonstration video on how they extracted the lactose & milk minerals from the white coloured milk fat & protein to achieve transparent milk. The fact surprised all of us that it contains the nutrients that are present in milk and also there is no need of any special preservation process.

Researchers and Professors in RBMI Bareilly satisfied the students’ countless queries, It reflected the sincerity and attentiveness of students and other faculty members.

Dr Harsh Vardhan

Head of Deptt.-B.Sc. (PCM/ZBC)

RBMI, Bareilly

Transform Loneliness into Solitude(During Covid19)

Transform Loneliness into Solitude(During Covid19)

Well said by LAU TZU Ordinary men hate solitude ,but the master makes use  of it embracing his aloneness,  realizing he is one with the whole universe”

Once again, we are locked or confined within the four walls of our sweet home due to this pandemic. The Government has imposed lockdown to save us all from infection. Those who are lucky enough are safe with their near and dear ones. They are sharing moments of happiness and joy, remembering good old days etc. But we humans are wired to crave connection with other people. It is important to our survival to be around others and share experiences. There is also a societal pressure to always have something going on & not get bored as lonely.

Loneliness restricts sharing

Loneliness is big concern especially for persons isolated due to this pandemic. It is toxic to health, not just mental but physical too. Many are alone away from their family due to restrictions imposed by the Govt. and many are home quarantine or in home isolation. This loneliness can be dangerous if not tackled in a positive manner. Family means sharing. This loneliness restricts this sharing. But in this helpless situation one has to make this loneliness his strengths.

Make loneliness your strength not weakness

Mary Sarton said “Loneliness is the poverty of self, solitude is the richness of self.” Yes, one should focus over the positive aspects of loneliness. According to many writers it gives rise to creativity, strengthens thinking capacity, and takes us back to our hobbies of student life. If we keep our mind busy with healthy works, it will save us from negativity & mental tension. This natural oxygen will heal us quicker than artificial. It will build antibodies and fill us with positive attitude towards life .

Discover your true self

Use solitude as a jumping off point for self-discovery. This pandemic may even help to normalize loneliness and make it sound less shameful by incorporating healthy practices. There is a stigma and shame that surrounds loneliness. We can normalize it for our self and others by using more connected techniques like organizing virtual games over zoom, taking or giving online workshops as per our interest joining online yoga classes, listening to good music, reading books of interest and playing indoor games with family and group video chatting or voice chatting with family and friends. Discover YOU in YOURSELF, find pleasure in small things that are otherwise lost. Learn new things, look for self actualization. One can be instructed in society, one is inspired only in solitude.

Stay Connected– to yourself

Dr. Rajesh Verma

Director, Deptt. of Computer Application., RBMI, Bareilly

Internet of Things(IoT) in Healthcare System

Internet of Things(IoT) in Healthcare System

What is internet of things (IoT)?

IoT describes the network of physical objects – “things”- that are embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies for the purpose of connecting and exchanging data with the other devices and system over the internet.

In other words- “IoT refers to a system of interrelated, internet-connected objects that are able to collect and transfer data over a wireless network without human intervention. The personal or business possibilities are endless”.

In healthcare system IoT enabled devices have made remote monitoring in the healthcare sector possible, unleashing the potential to keep patients safe and healthy, and empowering physicians to deliver superlative care.

Remote monitoring of patient’s health helps in reducing the length of hospital stay and prevents re-admissions. IoT also has major impact on reducing healthcare cost.

IoT has applications in healthcare that benefit patients, families, physicians, hospitals and insurance companies: –

IoT for patients- Devices in the form of wearable like fitness bands and other wirelessly connected devices like blood pressure and heart rate monitoring cuffs, glucometer etc. give patients access to personalized attention.

IoT has changed people lives, especially elder patients, by enabling constant tracking of health conditions; this has a major impact on people living alone and their families. On any disturbance or changes in the routine activities of a person, alert mechanism sends signals to family members and concerned health providers.

IoT for physicians: – By using wearable and other home monitoring equipment embedded with IoT, physicians can keep track of patient’s health more effectively. They can track patient’s adherence to treatment plans or any need for immediate medical attention.

IoT for hospitals: – IoT devices tagged with sensors are used for tracking real time location of medical equipment like wheelchair , defibrillators, nebulizers, oxygen pumps and other monitoring equipment. Deployment of medical staff at different locations can also be analysed real time.

IoT devices also help in asset management like pharmacy inventory control, and environmental monitoring, for instance, checking refrigerator temperature, and humidity and temperature control.

IoT for health insurance companies: – IoT devices bring transparency between insurers and customers in the underwriting, pricing, claims handling, and risk assessment processes.

IoT has four steps architecture that are basically stages in a process

Step1- It consist of interconnected devices that includes sensors, actuators, monitors, detectors, camera systems etc. these devices collect the data.

Step2- Usually, data received from sensors and the other devices are in the analog form, which need to be aggregated and converted to the digital form for further data processing.

Step3- Once, the data is digitalized and aggregated; this is pre-processed, standardized and moved to the data center or cloud.

Step4- Final data is managed and analyzed at the required level. Advanced analytics, applied to this data, brings actionable business insights for effective decision- making.

The major advantage of IoT in healthcare system includes:

Cost reduction: IoT enables patient monitoring in real time, thus significantly cutting down unnecessary visits to doctors, hospitals stays and re-admissions.

Improved treatment: It enables physicians to make evidence-based informed decisions and brings absolute transparency.

Faster disease diagnosis: Continuous patient monitoring and real time data helps in diagnosing diseases at an early stage or even before the disease develops based on symptoms.

Proactive treatment: Continuous health monitoring opens the doors for providing proactive medical treatment.

Ms.Neekita Sharma– Student of BCA 4 th Sem.

Dept. of computer Science – Rakshpal Bahadur Management, Bareilly

How to bridge the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical experience of students amid lockdown?

How to bridge the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical experience of students amid lockdown?

The novel corona virus has not only brought a threat to our lives but also has become a biggest hurdle in normal way of living. As there is no cure or medicine to fight Covid has been invented so far, so to withstand the effects of this pandemic complete lock down is immerged as only solution globally.

The lock down stopped all the normal professional activities, whether business of any level or other works of different natures and teaching profession is not an exception.

Though growing use of digital media helped to assemble the class virtually where teachers can teach almost every subject but this knowledge is limited to only theoretical aspects of the subjects.

So now the one problem is solved that there are ways to share knowledge/ teach theoretically, but what about practical knowledge? Is there any way to enhance practical knowledge of students?

The answer is yes definitely!

Some of these methods can help students in improving their practical experience

  • Sharing with students the animated videos of technical processes available on YouTube.

On the YouTube there are a number of channels which work on creating animated videos of various technical process and provide a very clear picture that how a system works both externally and internally.

Teachers should select the suitable video and share with students.

  • Every scientific product, process and method got its inspiration from our surrounding, like the apple became the inspiration behind developing the theories of gravity or the boiling water in the kettle became the source of developing steam engine.

So teachers can ask students to select any item like:

  • Students from mechanical engineering backgrounds can select items from kitchen or bike, car even toys.
  • The students of electrical engineering can look into working of motors, wire connections of house hold items.
  • The students of computer science can explore the working of various apps and software available in their mobile phones.
  • The students of electronics and communication can explore the internal structures of old mobile phones, remote controls and other electronic gadgets available in home.
  • Biggest among all a teacher is always the source of development of students, so teachers should motivate students to look beyond their text books and look for scientific inspirations around.

I would end my writing with the note that knowledge is always available and everywhere in abundance what is needed most is attention of the seeker.

Ms.Santwana Mishra

Assistant Professor

Department of Mechanical Engineering-

Rakshpal Bahadur College of Engg.&Tech.-Bareilly

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