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By - Ms. Samridhya Moitra, Faculty, Dept. of English, School of Humanities, Management and Social Sciences

A crucial point of time in every person’s life is when he or she stands at the threshold of embarking upon a new phase of life-choosing the academic field, which in turn entails the lifelong career he or she has to endure, slog through and build a life and living upon. When I was confronted with this vexing dilemma, my choice of the Humanities stream, with respectable grades (more than enough to guarantee me a seat in the Science stream at school) was met with a somewhat inordinate amount of surprise, derision and even pity by a few people.

By - Prof. (Dr.) Sushil Kumar Kothari, Director, School of Agriculture & Allied Sciences

The important issue that affects Indian agriculture today is the fact that the livelihood of the majority of the small and marginal farmers is at stake. The so-called “subsistence agriculture” or “traditional rain-fed farming” practiced by more than hundred million people of India is no longer economically viable. This has led to grave national issue of thousands of farmers committing suicide and many farmers leaving farming to join industrial or unorganized labor force for a better livelihood.

By - Neerajana Ghosh, Department of Applied Psychology

Positive psychology is described as the scientific study of what makes life most worth living (Peterson, 2008).  It is the study of behavior, feelings and human thoughts which strive to focus on human strengths rather than weaknesses. The focus of positive psychology is on building the good in life instead of repairing the bad, and taking the lives of people up to enhance it or make it “better” instead of focusing on moving individuals who are struggling up to a “normal” (Peterson, 2008).

By - Dr. Anindita Dutta, HOD, Dept. of English, School of Humanities, Management and Social Sciences

The year 2020 would leave behind an indelible mark in the history of mankind for all the wrong reasons. The year commenced with the trauma of the COVID 19 pandemic looming large across nations. Innumerable people across the globe continue to lose their lives following the Corona virus attack. Medical advisories have been issued everywhere cautioning people of social distancing and avoidance of all forms of gatherings.

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