- Health Care
- Quality Education
- Climate Change
- Research & Development
In our country the basic health care is awareness for prevention of disease and improvement of health services via meeting the demand for health facilities through the implementation of various health programs for diagnosis, anticipation, recovery, treatment and cure of disease and other physical and mental problems in the people. These health care programs focus on marginalised section of our society which includes children, women and senior citizens. One of the most serious problems in India remains since our independence that there is severe shortage of trained manpower in the medical field; this includes nurses, doctors, paramedical staff and primary healthcare workers. The situation remains difficult in rural areas where almost 66% of India’s population resides. In order to manage well-organized patient flow there is a need to adopt technology wherever possible to make more efficient the functioning and clinical processes for healthcare facilities around the State/Districts & UT of the country.
There is a challenge to think a head of the obvious and promote necessary care protocols and telehealth services which can be leveraged to reduce the patient-load burden to a large extent. Besides in the case of the government’s Ayushman Bharat Scheme, the Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (PM-JAY), the Universal Health Insurance Scheme has received significant attention and resources than the health and wellness centres (HWCs) component. This irregularity of needs to be suitably addressed for the growth of healthcare in the future.
- The Primary purpose to contribute to patient care by providing readily accessible information on the patients.
- Create Cancer awareness among public and health professionals.
- Generate trained manpower in cancer control.
- Organize outreach programmes in cancer control.
- Conduct focused cancer research relevant to our society.
- Lead cancer control activities in the State/Districts & UT of the country.
Quality Education not only focuses on giving education to the children but it also requires to focus on the holistic child development be social, emotional, mental, physical, and cognitive development of each child. It doesn’t mean only the right to access education but it also means the right to receive quality education. A poor-quality education is leading to pitiable learning outcomes in India; ultimately keeping children out of the education system and leaving them lead into child labour, abuse and violence. Most of the schools and colleges continue to be focus by teacher-centred learning, physical punishment, inequality, caste and gender-based discrimination. Our main goal is to create a child-friendly, healthy learning environment where all children benefit from gender-sensitive likes co-education and comprehensive classrooms. Our focus is to provide them clean and safe drinking water, sanitation, hygiene, and mid-day meal practices. Our goal is to connect children from different government schemes in order to promote and make everyone aware of importance of quality education through target-based programs like Beti Bachao Beti Padhao, Sarva Siksha Abhiyan, Midday Meal, National Program for Education of Girls at Elementary Education, Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya etc.
Climate change is a major and rising threat to public health. Such change occurs over decades or after a long-time scale. Extreme climate change leads to severe storms, floods, and drought that affects thousands of lives during the last few years and have adversely affected the lives of millions and affect significantly in terms of financial loss and damage of property. Twenty major natural calamities witnessed by India and its subcontinent were recorded worldwide in terms of sufferers. Floods have a major affect directly or indirectly on thousands of lives and rendered millions of people homeless in Assam, Bihar, West Bengal, Orissa, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Gujarat. Severe drought conditions mostly affected north West, major parts of north India, north east India and parts of Andhra Pradesh. In Telangana, Rayalaseema region and parts of Tamil Nadu due to climate change. Crops were destroyed to the tune of USD 25 million because of this. Many deaths due to starvation and malnutrition were reported. Floods come every year in Bihar, but the floods were unique for its severity. Recent climate emergencies in India affected a heat wave in Orissa, a cold wave in Uttaranchal and Uttar Pradesh, a tsunami affecting the states like Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, and the Andaman-Nicobar Islands, floods in Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat, rain and floods in Maharashtra and a cyclone in Andhra Pradesh. These calamities not only affect health, but it also damages the public health infrastructure like other developing countries, India is poorly equipped to deal with weather extremes. Hence, the number of people killed, injured, or made homeless by natural disasters which has been increasing rapidly.
India’s main reason behind existing unemployment situation is Indian labour laws that are nonflexible and restrictive and its work place infrastructure is poor. The rapid growth of population across the world is also a burden on cultivation. Defective economic planning, lack of capital, low productivity in the agriculture sector etc. are also the leading cause for unemployment.
Our organization has been created with the prime intention to give a job. We are the new emerging talent sourcing organization in our country with the mission to achieve new height of excellence in outsourcing services, glean the best practices & technology adopted.
1. Talent Sourcing.
2. Full time employment services along with contractual employment services.
3. Management Consulting.
4. Project Consulting.
5. Innovation & Development.
6. Recruitment Partner.
7. Analytics Research & Development.
Research & Developments
Research & Developments is a set of strategies used for building activities towards a holistic approach for a better life. India’s growing demographic dividend presents a lot of opportunities across different sectors and a perfect inspiration for companies to constantly innovate and make India a global destination for research and development.
India’s per capita R&D expenditure has increased to Public Private Partnership (PPP). The Gross expenditure on Research & Developments in the country has been consistently increasing over the years. Research & Development has emerged as the major change of national development globally. As India aspires for faster, sustainable and comprehensive growth, the Indian system, with the advantages of a large demographic surplus and huge talent pool will play a defining role in achieving these nationwide goals.