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By - Atrayee Bandyopadhyay, Teaching Associate, Dept. of Hospital Management, School of Humanities, Management & Sciences

Quality is an inseparable part of our lives. Whenever we do any task, we buy a certain item or provide a service, The Concept of Quality in mingled with every nuance of our daily lives.

By - Dr. Ankush Ghosh, Associate Professor and HOD, Robotics & Automation, School of Engineering and Applied Science

Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in early 2020, governments across the globe have attempted to strictly implement social distancing measures, bringing the reality of the new normal into our daily lives and even our work culture. 

By - Samridhya Moitra Teaching Associate, English Department

William Wordsworth, one of the pioneers of the Romantic school of poetry in English literature, after Shakespeare and Milton, can be seen as one of the Bards of English literature. The title “Bard” is primarily and conventionally considered a synonym for Shakespeare, but the term’s archaic meaning implies a poet who traditionally recites verses on heroes and heroic deeds; Wordsworth recites in many of his poems, the deeds, lives, the hardship, the feelings of the rustics and common folk.

By - Dr. Joydeb Chanda, Assistant Professor, School of Pharmacy

The world witnessed a global pandemic since 2019 caused by the novel severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). It is characterized by high transmissibility, which led to the disruption of socioeconomic conditions around the globe. To combat the COVID pandemic the healthcare professional focuses on early diagnosis and isolation, public health quarantine with a temporal and spatial distance between patients as the consumers of health services, and healthcare providers.

By - Dr. Rakesh Kumar Singh, HOD and Associate Professor, School of Legal Studies

“The great task of education is not merely to collect facts but to know man and to make oneself known to men”----- Rabindra Nath Tagore

Education plays a paramount role in transforming the lives of the people. It is not just concerned with formal academic learning and does not restrict itself to textbooks, but extends to include the application of knowledge, skills, and moral values acquired by an individual for the betterment and advancement of the society.

By - Mr. Koushik Nath, Security Architect, CISCO Systems

Gone are those days when computer viruses were primarily written for either fun or to cause minor disturbances. ‘Brain’, the first MS-DOS virus, was launched in 1986, and possibly no one would have thought that this tiny piece of software would evolve into a multi-billion-dollar industry in 2020 and beyond!

By - Prof. (Dr.) Susanta Mitra, Pro-Vice-Chancellor & Director – School of Engg. & Applied Sciences

The popularity and demand for Renewable Energy are increasing day by day across the globe and especially in India. The primary reasons are its abundant natural availability and lower emissions of carbon and other pollutions as against the Non-renewable or ‘dirty’ energy sources like coal, oil, or gas. An increasing continuous effort is going on to generate electrical power from renewable energy to cater to industrial and domestic needs. A lot of research activities are going on for making the technological advancements in these areas with due support from the government.

By - Dr. Rakesh Kumar Singh, HOD and Associate Professor, School of Legal Studies    

The new challenges which have emerged due to globalization and Liberalization have brought many questions relating to career opportunities in the minds of our students. Many new professions have emerged and it becomes an important duty to be open and ready to accept the stress to make a perfect choice.  But this is ironic that despite the change in the entire thought process in the sphere of choosing the right career, Indian students remain in dilemma.

By - Dr. Ankush Ghosh, Assistant Professor and HOD, Robotics & Automation, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Due to sudden outbreak of Covid-19, human lifestyle has changed a lot recently. To stay safe people has to stay their home to avoid human interaction. However, it is almost unavoidable in the country like India, where people prefer to buy offline and most of the industries run with human labour. The developed countries have the infrastructure to run the business with machines. At this time, we are feeling the necessity of humanless business since this Covid-19 problem is here to stay for a long time.

By Dr. Chandra Kanti Chakraborti, Professor, School of Pharmacy

'Antibiotic resistance' is the ability of bacteria or other microbes to resist the effects of an antibiotic. Such problem must be faced squarely in every country where they can take actions that will benefit everybody. Actually, antibiotic resistance can affect anyone, of any age, in any country. This problem has become one of the world's most pressing public health problems. Antibiotic resistance is increasing at an alarming rate.

By: Chef Atin Das, Hospitality Faculty, School of Hospitality and Culinary Art

The Millennials (people age between 18 and 35) almost 65% of world’s populations, changing their food habits are more inclined towards conscious indulgence. This means that while they want to indulge in the practice of eating right thing and eating out , they want to be mindful of what they are eating and will select their places after thorough consideration. People are becoming more health-conscious day by day and the trend is impacting the changing food habits of Millennials. They frequently visit the gyms, consult nutritionists, follow health groups on social media, and generally take better care of their health. Millennials have grown up in the age of globalization.

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).

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