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SOCIAL MEDIA EFFECTING HUMAN LIFE NEGATIVELY..

Social Media is effecting human life in many aspects like health,family relations, etc. So,I'll be discussing each aspect in detail below. Firstly, I would like to describe or define what is a social media,many of them may be know that,but I would just like to mention that. WHAT IS SOCIAL MEDIA? Social Media is a platform,computer-based technology that facilitates the sharing of ideas,thoughts and information through the building of virtual networks and communities.  Social media originated as a way to interact with friends and family but was later adopted by businesses that wanted to take advantage of a popular new communication method to reach out to customers. The power of social media is the ability to connect and share information with anyone on Earth, or with many people simultaneously. There are different types of social media namely, Social networks,Social news, Microblogging ,Bookmarking sites,Media sharing,Community blogs,social review sites,video hosting sites,Image shar

SUPERSTITIONS IN INDIA...

Superstitions lead people towards a kind of darkness, it takes people to wrong intensions. In the list of Indian evils, this superstitions is also a part. Superstitions were actually created and introduced by humans, especially some group of humans created these for  their daily survival and livelihood. Superstitions include many things. Luckily in our Indian constitution, some of them were abolished or removed like Untouchability. Here I am going to discuss some of them which I know and I'm going to relate them with some examples that I heard and I experienced. So, let's start. SUPERSTIONS AND EXAMPLES: 1. Firstly, I want to discuss about Amavasya. It is said that during Amavasya we should not start any new program or work. Now I'm going to relate with an example of My personal experience, It was said not to take me from my grandma's home along with my mom when I was a child as it was Amavasya, as women spent some days after giving birth to child I and My mom were ther

New Regulations for Gold

Gold  is not just an asset in India it holds significance in our culture. Being the symbol of the  Goddess Lakshmi  and considered to be auspicious. It is part of several cultural and social events of Indian society. Not just bought on special occasions or passed down from several generations, but it also holds the  great economical point . Being one of the  most trusted investment  all over the world even the  RBI  of India holds  695 tonnes  of gold within it as a reserve. The government of India had mandatory hallmarking for gold in  256 districts  and plan to implement it all over India in the future. What is a Hallmark? It is series of marks made on the metal to clarify the content of the noble metals like gold, silver, etc. In other words,s it  lends credibility  to the purity of gold. The  Bureau of Indian Standard (BIS) , in India, is the accreditation agency that certifies and Hallmark gold jewelry and other precious metals. Other key terms related to gold- Carat - It indicate

The Noises of Modern World

  While everyone is concerned about environmental issues like air pollution and deforestation, there is another issue that has arised in our modern civilization- Noise Pollution . The sound of machines during construction and most importantly the honking in traffic are all contributors of noise pollution. These loud noises have become a part of our daily life.  Noise pollution is an undesirable sound which generates discomfort to the ears and interferes with our peace of mind. The urban population is the most affected because vehicles contribute the most to noise pollution. WHO describes it as the most hazardous pollution after air and water, and has also listed some of its impacts on health. Not only humans, it also affects the wildlife of land as well as the water bodies.  Impact on health Noise pollution has many negative implications on our health. Exposure to noise pollution can cause psychiatric disorders,  anxiety , hypertension , stress , hormonal dysfunction, nausea, changes i

ADDICTION

ADDICTION Addiction is one of the complex diseases which affects the brain. A person who is exposed to a huge amount of stress gets addicted to consuming substances or looks for the methods that gives him or her the required relief. It is the compulsion of the individual to engage in the specific activity. It leads to harmful sequences  individual's health and affects his mental state.  Addiction is said to be the chronic disease which affects the brain and people struggling from this are unable to control their actions and sensible decisions at last which becomes very dangerous to them. SUBSTANCE RELATED ADDICTION Tobacco, alcohol, Street drugs(illegally sold drugs that are taken for non-medicinal uses), Prescription drugs(medicinal drugs that are misused BEHAIOR RELATED ADDICTION Gambling, Eating, The Internet, Video Games, Work and Sex. ALCOHOLISM Alcoholism is also known as alcohol dependence. It is a dabbling addictive disorder.In most of the individuals, it starts with the so

BIO GEO CHEMICAL CYCLE

   BIO GEO CHEMICAL CYCLE We live in the environment where there are both biotic and abiotic components. Abiotic components are the air, water, light and temperature. Biotic is the living components which include human beings. This kind of ecological complex is called as the ecosystem. It deals with the relationships between the organisms and ecology. Thus, the interaction is both dependent on the ecology. WATER CYCLE Water is the important source of all living beings. Oceans are the biggest storehouses of water as they evaporate for the formation of clouds. The evaporation process is also due by rivers, lakes and ponds. Condensation is a process in which the watervapour converts to rain. Now the rain water flows and fills all the water resources.  A huge amount of water is recycled directly without the involvement of biotic components. The sun's heat and wind movement help to evaporate water from the exposed surface of the oceans. So, the rivers and lakes act as a reservoir here,

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HOW TO CELEBRATE EAH DAY?

  CELEBRATE EACH DAY The only way to celebrate each day is we need to live each day to the fullest. It shows the beauty of fleeting, changing and imperfect nature of the world. Instead of searching beauty in perfection, try to find beauty in yourselves.  THIS MOMENT WON'T COME AGAIN. This is cent per cent true statement. Whether we like or not, agree or disagree some kinds of changes is going to happen around us and that is unstoppable. Talk with strangers, travel around the world, live the moment. Here are some inspirational statement which can eventually change your mindset. 1. DON'T WORRY The secret to live longer is not to get worried about things. Always keep your heart young. Don't make it old. Open your heart with the nice smile. Smiling at opposite party makes them feel good on you. Everyone has a problem, the theme is how we are going to face it with plans. There is no way to stop it. Spending tie together with like minded people or with family and friends is the o

Media and Democracy

  A democratic system is successful only when there is extensive participation by the masses, which is not possible without people getting informed about various issues. Therefore, the media plays a vital role in a healthy democracy. Press Freedom  Mahatma Gandhi had said “Freedom of press is a precious privilege that no country can forgo.” In India, freedom of press is implied from the freedom of speech and expression guaranteed under Article 19 (1)(a) of the Constitution of India.  Article 19(1)(a) says that all citizens shall have the right to freedom of speech and expression. But this right is subject to reasonable restrictions under Article 19(2). Role of media in a Democracy Ideally, the media is the voice of the citizens, it is said to be "voice of the voiceless". A democracy cannot function properly without free press. It acts as a bridge between the government and the citizens. It is the fourth pillar of democracy. It exposes corruption, scandals, maladministration

FOOD ADULTERATION...[ MILK ]

 

SPORTS AND GAMES

SPORTS AND GAMES   Games play an important role in children's health both mentally and physically. Now-a-days they are adapted to video games rather than playing games in the real world with the real environment. It helps them to be aware of themselves by boosting their brain actions along with the hormonal balances. Indoor games help them to spend time with their family and friends with increases love between them. Outdoor games help them to improve their personality level by socializing themselves. Here are the widely played games listed below, GAMES - There are two types of games, indoor and Outdoor games. INDOOR GAMES Card games,  puzzle games,  Nondi,  Five stones,  Ludo,  Rummy OUTDOOR GAMES Cricket,  Football,  Basketball , Kabbadi,  Tennis  TRADITIONAL GAMES OF INDIA Kabadi, kho-kho, kancha or lakhoti, Nondi.     INDOOR GAMES  CARD GAMES:    Cards are one of the indoor games played around the world. There are totally 52 cards. Each standard  deck of cards has four suites: h

HOW TO FACE CHALLENGES WITHOUT STRESS?

    RESILENCE                         (IKIGAI REVIEW) HOW TO FACE LIFE'S CHALLENGES WITHOUT LETTING STRESS AND WORRY YOUR AGE? The thing Ikigai says is to pursue your passion - how hard the life goes with hurdles . No matter of giving up. Resilience is the concept which has become influential among psychologists. It is the ability to setback, things without urgency, to pick ourselves and giving meaning to our lives.  Some people know how to adapt, stay focused on certain objectives, concentrate on things they can't control and they are called as the resilient people. At some point of life, we all need to face the hurdles, we can't escape the situations, so proper training for mind and body is to be given. Resilience is essential to confront life's ups and downs.  FALL SEVEN TIMES, RISE EIGHT. EMOTIONAL RESILENCE THROUGH BUDDHISM AND STOICISM The goal is to control our emotions, pleasures and desires. Though the both of the philosophies are different, both aims is to ge

Pandemic's impact on Education

  The Covid-19 pandemic has altered the lifestyle of everyone completely. Laptop and Smartphone screens have replaced the chalk and blackboard of the classrooms since the announcement of lockdown in March 2020. This transition from offline to online learning was not a simple task for the students as well as the teachers.  Online Classes: The new way of education  Initially the task was to learn to use the online medium for education purposes. Some teachers and students faced certain difficulties in handling technology. It also increased the responsibility of the parents especially in the case of small children who could not handle online classes without guidance of their parents. As this new way of learning was being freshly introduced, some batches of students faced a delay in their academic year. This led to a lot of confusion regarding cancellation or postponement of exams . It is also extremely difficult for students to understand the practical concepts which require a lab.  One o

GATE..IS IT REALLY WORTH?

                              GATE A dream and goal of many is to clear GATE before completing their B. Tech or B.E. Degrees. But the unfortunate is that only some rare blossoms get through it as the average pass percentage of the exam is approximately 17-20% of all branches. And now some science and humanities branches are also included in the exam. Most of the aspirants who clear GATE with maximum ranks is the third or above attempters.  The fun is that even some lecturers or professors of tier 2 and 3 colleges attend GATE coaching classes in the training institutes for getting a PSU job while some leave PSU's and come to coaching institutes and teach for the upcoming batches as they say, it is stressful working there.  Some ultra legends are starting their own coaching institutes as they can earn double the amount of what PSU's pay if they take efforts to reach out to the aspirants. STRATEGIES ON YOUTUBE:    When talking about strategy, the first screen of the mind is YT. th

MIRABAI CHANU

  MIRABAI CHANU Saikhom Mirabai Chanu was born on 8th August 1994. She was born in Nongpok, Manipur. She won the silver medal at 2020 Olymics in the women's 49kg. Mirabai had won several medals under Common wealth games.  She was qualified for the 2016 Rio Olympics, unfortunately she was able to finish it. However, her first three attempts ended in failure. In 2017, she won Gold in 48 kg women category which was held at the US. Chanu make a breakthrough  by winning Gold for India in 2018 Common Wealth games. In 2019, She lifted a 201 kgs which created a new record under 49 kgs category. In 2020, she won Gold in 49kg category under 2020 Senior national weightlifting Championships. In 2021, Chanu became the only woman weight lifter to win Second position on 49kg category. CASH PRIZES Manipur Chief Minister N. Biren Singh announced an award of Rs. 1 Croce Indian Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw announced an award of Rs. 2 Croce along with the promotion. MIRABI OLYMPICS MirabaiChanu&

1999 - THE KARGIL WAR

The 1999 KARGIL WAR  - one of the greatest war in the Indian history -

Kerala Govt. takes steps againt Dowry

Societies have a long history of male domination, which can be witnessed from ancient rituals and customs. Men are traditionally bread earners whereas their counterparts females are homemakers. With time few things have changed but the major picture remains quite constant. Dowry is an unethical practice in our society, hidden behind the name of gifts or blessings by elders.  Many strategies and steps are taken by the government, but still, it's prevalent. A new development took place in the string of events as now Kerala government directs employees to give affidavits that no dowry is taken by them. This circular was issued by the Department of Women & Child Development. Under its new rules, all-male married employees are directed to submit a declaration stating that no dowry is taken from the bride's family. It comes after several cases of deaths due to dowry-related crimes reported in the state. The declaration is to be submitted to the concerned department within 30 days

SYLVIA PLATH

  WHO WAS SYLVIA PLATH? Born in 1932 to middle-class parents in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, Sylvia Plath published her first poem at the age of eight. A sensitive person who tended to be a bit of a perfectionist she was what many would consider a model daughter and student - popular, a straight-A student, always winning the best prizes. She won a scholarship to Smith College in 1950 and even then she had an enviable list of publications. She wrote over four hundred poems. However, beneath the surface of her seeming perfection were some grave discontinuities, some of which probably were caused by the death of her father, an entomologist, when she was eight. During the summer after her junior year in college, Sylvia made her first (and almost successful) attempt at suicide by overdosing on sleeping pills. The experience is described in her autobiographical novel, The Bell Jar, published in 1963. After a period of recovery, which involved electroshock and psychotherapy she once again pu