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Currently, as we all in globally affected directly or indirectly by the pandemic situation. Since from time to time globe had been affected by various Virus pandemic effects throughout different social, economic & other areas. Which changes a lot of things in different layers of human society how time to time different virus effect and affect in different global landscape (economy, tourism, trade, education, policy, innovation, circular economy, public infrastructure, mobility, sanitation, energy, industrial, water, biodiversity, agriculture, food, medicine, technology, social, behavior, public health, governance, health care, new industry & others) & others. The book virus economy is published under the ISL Publications. The book depicts lots of thoughts from various countries’ global leaders. The book Business Impacted by Various Pandemic (Series-4) is published by ISL Publications and contributed by 10 global authors. The book is available in all leading digital and offline stores globally.



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Date de parution 01 janvier 2021
Nombre de lectures 1
EAN13 1230004451785
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 5 Mo

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Business Impacted by Various Pandemic (Series-4)
Chief Editor
Professor Doctor Sanjay Rout Sub-Editor
Professor Prangyan Paramita Biswal Publisher
ISL Publications
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With the bountiful Grace of God Almighty. We have immense pleasure to pen a message on the editorial desk. Various authors of different institutions contributed their original book paper on the ဣVirus Economy(Series-IV)ဤ. This book chapter is a compendium of the discussions, sharing, interactions and feedback of the platform stag practically to express the views of the authors of the papers as the contents are purely their own views based on their knowledge, intake and initiations grabbed and experienced empirically and orally besides reading of the thematic definitions explanations from various sources and resources. Hence it is published here as their own originals for interring and interpersonal discussions. We are indebted to all the Professors, Research scholars, Students and other well-wishers who have contributed their papers and efforts with full commitment and conviction to make this publication meaningfully purposeful and successful with knowledge value and thematic conceptual credit.
At this moment we make our Sincere thanks to Innovation Solution Lab team & all Global Researcher, Thinkers in particular for their wholehearted support and encouragement for the successful publication. Chief Editor
Professor Doctor Sanjay Rout Sub-Editor
Professor Prangyan Paramita Biswal
Title & Author Name
Great Leap Forward Dr. Sumit Ghosal, Consulting Editor ( Business India Magazine) Elucidation To Sustainable Environment -͞BaďLJ Foƌest͟ Not ͞Viƌus͟
Manoj C. Kamble , B. Sc. (Agri), DBM, LA-OHSAS, ADIS, ADFS ,(FSEA India (NGO) -Founder & Trustee; Carbon Even (NGO) Director India; Entrepreneur; Certified EHS Professional) ,Mumbai (India)
Contagions, Pandemics, and Occurrence
Professor Sanjay Rout, Global Scientist & Advisor (NCCHWO), Delhi(India)
Effect of Pandemic on Energy sectors and its fruitful solution Dr. Meenaketan Sethi , Research Advisor, Innovation Solution Lab ,Sutkal (India)
A Pandemic to Remember
Ms.Asha Gonzalez
Jamaica (Caribbean Iceland)
Invasion Of Covid
Ms. Sonali Bhattacharjee
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A Review on Viruses, Nanoparticles and Their Effects on Mankind
Ankit S. Bartwal1*, Rahul Thakur2and Satish C. Sati1 1Department of Chemistry, H.N.B. 2Department of Biotechnology, H.N.B. Garhwal University (A Central University) Srinagar Garhwal, Uttarakhand, India The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Global Energy Landscape Author: Ms. Khushi Bhardwaj (Singapore) Globalization to Slowbalization to Indigenous Holism: Combating the Preemptive
Vaccinationalismwith the reflection of Saadia Gaon and Al-Farabi
Jahid Siraz, Haris Abd Wahab, Rashid Mohd Saad, Siti Hajar ABH , Parimal Kumar Roy Viruses & Drugs
Scientist Ahmed Ali Warda (Egypt)
Modern Technology: A Ray of Hope to Tackle Pandemics
Mr.Paul Raj Shamlet, Software Engineer , Hyderabad (India)
Assessment of the risk of exposure to COVID-19 among healthcare practitioners; an in-depth literature review.
OMOLOLA Adams Olatayo RN RM RPHN HHM BNSc, CEO(Adams Health Blog)
About Author:
Dr Sumit Ghoshal
Consulting Editor
(Business India Magazine)
Dr Sumit Ghoshal is a healthcare writer and journalist with more than three decades of experience. He has an MBBS degree from Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal but has been based in Mumbai throughout his professional career. Since 2006, he has been associated with Business India magazine, where he currently serves as a Consulting Editor. A large proportion of his work has been concerned with pharmaceuticals, healthcare delivery and hospitals, biotech and other aspects of the Life Sciences industry.
Great Leap Forward
The financial year in India runs from April 1st to March 31st, unlike much of the developed world where it coincides with the calendar year. Hence most Indian companies announce half-yearly financial results in October-November each year. Needless to say, the business landscape has been the bleakest that anyone can remember. The reason is well known to everyone.
However news reports in mid-October 2020 began to suggest that the Covid-19 curve in India has begun to move downwards. By a number of metricsthe active caseload, the fatality rates, the test positivity rates have all indicated that the worst of the Corona pandemic is behind us.
Hence while more and more people are returning to their pre-Corona lives, a few things may have changed for good. For example, the widespread adoption of Work-From-Home, particularly among the so-called knowledge workers (advertising, content development, marketing, HR and many others) may continue at least for the whole of 2021. Perhaps some of these industries may adopt this approach for much longer.
Work From Home is just one of the innovations that the massive push towards digital technology has enabled. Electronic payments through services like Paytm, mobile banking, etc have become routine for many people who used to shy away from these modalities earlier. Even semi-literate shopkeepers ask to be paid through GooglePay and other modessomething that might never have happened but for the Corona Virus pandemic.
Healthcare as an industry and as a profession has also transformed irrevocably. The distinction is necessary because the healthcare industry today involves people from many walks of life. It is no longer limited to clinicians, pathology laboratory works,
nurses, etc. Thus the tech team that designs a software package to analyze CT scan images of an internal head injury is as important as the neurosurgeonoperating upon the patient.
This was seen to an even greater extent during the past six months as the Covid-19 epidemic swept through large sections of the population. Thus there is now an AI (Artificial Intelligence) model to detect Covid-19 through cough sounds, an AI-powered multi-functional mechanism for monitoring heart beat and sleep patterns and a mobile app to help senior citizens in Mumbai to tackle Covid-19. The last one was launched by a hospital in Borivli, Mumbai.
At one stage of the epidemic, a couple of months ago, Mumbai was among the worst affected cities in India. Delhi was another. But while the statistics changed from week to week, the reasons were almost always the same. The congested slums in Mumbai, the crowded suburban local trains, the congregation of people in places of worshipthese were the most significant.
As it happens in most such situations, the prime concern of most people was that they, their family, their neighbors and friends should remain safe from the disease.
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