Dr. Lopamudra Priyadarshini is Experienced Developmental, Sustainability & Corporate Social Responsibility Professional, Social Worker, and also Guest Faculty at Nalanda University.
India and Education: A Glimpse - Dr. Lopamudra Priyadarshini. The nation with the second largest population struggles with education on a countrywide level.
The bitter truth is that India is still seen as a land of farmers and uneducated across the world, and somewhere deep down the line, it is the stark reality as well. Over 7 decades have passed already that the colonial rule of East India Company ended, yet the countrymen have failed to achieve the target of making India a developed nation. India and Education: A Glimpse - Dr. Lopamudra Priyadarshini. Free Education in India: Is it Achievable? - Dr. Lopamudra Priyadarshini. What is the cost of Education?
A question that many know, but rarely anyone dares to ask themselves. How to Turn the Lockdown Efficient - Dr. Lopamudra Priyadarshini. As I recently learned, staying up for days and missing sleep turns off the dopamine secretion and the result is no more happiness and the instinct of survival comes into play.
With this instinct into action, we focus on utilizing anything and everything in a well-optimized and sustainable manner, in order to make it last. Coming to the common reality, the world is suffering from the dreadful COVID-19 disease that has taken quite a toll on humanity. Locked down in houses, this viral disease has surely made a planet-sized dent on the world economy and the phenomenon called life.
But if seen through the glasses of hope and positivity, this unfortunate disease has taught humans much more than what books, documentaries, and pleadings of different organizations did. Interview with the Global Coaching Lab - Dr. Lopamudra Priyadarshini. Categories Recent Posts June 18, 2020 Is old age a curse in.
Is old age a curse in India - Part 2 - Dr. Lopamudra Priyadarshini. A few weeks back, I shared a post about the condition of elderly people in India.
The article ended with the lines,’I will stop the article here, quoting only the issues that are faced by the elderly, with a question for you. What do you think should be the solution?’. The post reached hundreds of people, yet only 2 people were concerned enough to write down a solution to the problems faced by parents, grandparents, and relatives from across the country and world. And it exactly defines the gravity of this situation, as people do not care. Ground Reality Let’s take an example of a teacher who worked hard, got all the respect because of his stature and post, reached sixty, and got retired.
Are their rights protected? Indian law has served its part by releasing the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007 to protect their rights. I). Ii). Independence: Participation: Care: Self-fulfillment: Dignity: Is Old Age a Curse in India? - Dr. Lopamudra Priyadarshini. India is considered to be synonymous with culture on the face of the earth.
The history of this country has reflected many ethics and etiquettes about different aspects of life. One of the common aspects is respecting the elders, as the common saying across every other Indian household: “respect your elders”. Indeed, we all grew up listening to this one dialogue from our parents, grandparents, relatives and every other person we met. And this is how this dialogue got intertwined in our sub-conscious mind. Moving to school, the teachers would preach the same about respecting the elders, as our culture has always taught us. Coming back from the school, we will see an alternate reality of our father scolding his old father or mother about something as petty as spilled chai due to their Parkinson’s disease or asking to bring some medicine. Chronic diseases of older personsPoor financial status of the familyDeclining moral value systemLack of spaceInterpersonal issues. End of the world? - Dr. Lopamudra Priyadarshini.
Corona Lockdown: Pros and Cons If we take a look back on how we all spent our last two months, after reading this line, we will realize that we spent less, lived more, felt healthier, and got time to explore ourselves like never before.
Not everything about this lockdown affected us negatively, while we identified the silver lining in this dark cloud as well. No denying the tough times that we all have been dealing in the last few months, owing to several situations dealt by all of us during the lockdown. We all have been there, looking for supplies and essentials for us, but not getting things due to the hoarding and lack of production. Impact of Lockdown on Life Nevertheless, there is one thing that this lockdown made very clear to us. Sexual Abuse and Domestic Violence During Lockdown.
There will be flying cars in the year 2020 they said.
The future will be beautiful and full of possibilities. No one will face hardships owing to the advancements in science and there will be happiness all around while people will enjoy equal rights. But the reality is slightly different from this utopian dream. Corruption, inequality, hatred, bloodshed, diseases, and what not, 2020 came out to be one of the hardest years faced by humanity in a long time.