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Volume 1, Issue 2

Interlinking Sustainable Practices along with Human Psychology to Achieve Better Future Post Covid

Author: Prof. Nikita Pawar, Prof. Priyanka Pawar and Ar.Snehal shirish Ghag

Abstract: COVID 19, a wakeup call for designers to socially contribute by rethinking the existing notion of uplifting and endeavor to intervene for the betterment of mankind. During the Pandemic period everyone around the world has awfully suffered. The house arrest situations overall resulted in a negative psychological experiences which adversely impacted the wellbeing of human race. Across the globe were the discussions and highlights on depressive symptoms observed in people, people walking miles to their home towns with their families leaving back the livelihood for which once they had migrated for. The dreadful situation caused hustle and bustle in every corner of the country. One should know, there is a strong connection between the environment and its created living beings. Everything correlates here. Our actions affect the environment and so vice-versa. And hence, it is essential to maintain the balance between both. And the space where a person spends maximum time gets emotionally attached to the space. If the space/environment is not comfortable, it might give a negative impact on the emotional wellbeing of a person. This kind of a situation is recently arrived due to covid 19. We can observe maximum people are getting irritated or mentally disturb due to monotonous activities by sitting at their home. As urbanization have built technologies and encouraged the world to engage into it which brought down the human and environmental connection. As a result the natural energy consumption is increasing, Environment is polluting and hence the health of human beings is also suffering. Here, there is an essential need to give a thought over sustainability without harming the environment. Thus the paper will look through the lens of sustainability and psychology under the parameters of how one could increase efficiency, improvements in conventional appearance and enhanced experience of the habitat and the environment. The paper will further try to find the relation between sustainability and psychology, so to take some implemented measures in the form of strategies to help in creating a positive environment and stressful experience for the human kind.

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Role of Technology in Sustainable Development

Author: Sunakshi Mahajan

Abstract: The powerlessness of governments spoke to at the 1992 Earth Summit to arrive at an agreement on lessening either population development or utilization, and the political requirement for the idea of feasible advancement to oblige monetary development, imply that the accomplishment of supportable improvement will rely upon our capacity to decrease the natural effect of asset use through change in technology. This will require the upgrade of our innovative frameworks and not just the use of technological fixes that are only sometimes good in the long haul. Past methods by the suitable innovation development to influence such an upgrade disregarded the social components of mechanical change. Present day promoters of supportable advancement will also fail except if they perceive the requirement for major social change and a move in needs.

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A Conceptual Study on Journey of Khadi: From a Freedom Fabric to Fashion Fabric

Author: Ms. Priyanka Raghani and Dr. Jigna C Trivedi

Abstract: Around a century ago, khadi products sprung into the Independence movement and proved to the entire world that India possessed the potency of “Swadeshi” character and does not depend on the products of west for its industrial revolution and which was possible because of our resources and strength. As India transited into a new phase of being an independent nation, the khadi spirit stood persistent as a core industry, keeping villages fervently at the heart of our expanding body of economic being. By the end of the century, khadi reached a stage, where it had entered into lives of that generation which was born post-independence and was being experimented to that array of products that possessed a sense of modernity and fashion.It had transformed itself to the changing context, it had transformed the life of consumer through a unique dual character of modernity and heritage, it had transformed India through increasing sustainability & rural productivity and it had transformed the life of those producing it and striving for self-reliance. Khadi has been thus proved as a transformational product and fabric.

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Strategies for Sustainable Practices with Reference to Use of Technology in Gated Community for Safer Living during Pandemic and Post Pandemic

Author: Soum Suvra Das

Abstract: Today when security of children and family has become a concern of majority of the families in the societies and apartments in all the metro cities, most of the apartments and societies spend good chunk of their revenue in keeping and maintaining a very vigilant security for the families residing. Whether we take small societies with some odd 50– 100 flats or large societies having 300-500 flats, every family and societies want a very vigilant security set up. But in today’s scenario, gone are the days where to keep a very vigilant security, recruitment, background verification and training needs to be done. Today with the help of technology, with apps which are built for “gated community” are preferred by many societies and apartments as it is cost saving and every record is maintained with reference to who had come and gone out and the purpose and more importantly no un-authorized person would be able to enter without the permission of the family members. The gated community was a game changer in this pandemic scenario and lot of things can be integrated with the gated community app for future needs for good sustainable business practices.

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Strategies to Sustain Healthcare Practices During and Post-COVID Era

Author: Saili Dharadhar and Amit Sharma

Abstract: The novel Corona virus 2019 (COVID-19) has changed the landscape of the healthcare system. As it is known to spread by human-to-human transmission, precautionary measures mainly include social distancing. For this purpose, hospitals and clinics have tried to postpone elective and non-critical interventions. However, based on the uncertainty of the situation, it is not possible to postpone interventions indefinitely. Institutions are coming up with sustainable strategies to continue healthcare practices during and after the COVID era. This paper summarizes the key strategies that will help in sustaining healthcare practices in various fields of medicine.

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Sustainability of Corporate Social Responsibility During and Post-COVID-19

Author: Gottumukkala Vijaya Sudha, Malathi Devi Parne and Kedara Gouri Avula

Abstract: The Covid-19 is an opportunity to rethink and resilience for attaining Sustainable Development Goals through United Nations Development Programmes. During the Pandemic situation, the Industrial Sector as well as Multinational Corporations should focus on issues and challenges regarding the welfare of the society and also to identify the priorities of the community which is the need of the hour. During the Emergency period, organizations must focus on Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives which correlate with Global Sustainable Development Goals. Another aspect is that the ecosystem which is the community of living organisms, has been exploited which affected the symbiotic relationship. In this paper we have observed the ethical, social, legal and economic responsibilities of the industries and corporations and their alignment with the constitutional provisions and Sustainable Development Goals.

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Globalization and Human capital: Impact and challenges

Author: Dr. Jaya Kundanani

Abstract: Management role has been significantly changed and becoming more important to operate all function effectively. With the emergence of HRM, it has helped HR professionals to develop organisational strategies and policies. They now consider employee as the most important resource for organisational success. Organisation in present following humanistic approach instead of instrumental approach to make healthy interpersonal relationship. Globalisation has also increased opportunities for employees development. As I live in Australia, being a multicultural country, I observed that people are coming here from different countries to fulfil their career desires and companies are also capable enough to find the workers as they want. In this paper the impact of globalisation on human capital has been discussed with its positive side and challenges. The study is based on secondary data which is collected from various books, journals and publication from various websites which focused on various aspects of requirement of human capital and globalisation in HRM.

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Inevitable Rebound: Learning from the Crisis to Build Back

Author: Nityash Solanki

Abstract: Sustainable practices empower nations to gain access to innovations that are environmentally sound. Economic growth that integrates environmental protection, social law and justice emerges as critically acclaimed sustainable practice. The regenerative capacity of natural environment can be maintained by exploration of environmentally sound development strategies to cater needs of human beings. Positive interactions with sustainable practices create abundance of materials in natural environment. To tackle the widespread shortage of essential supplies State financed and owned enterprises must be repurposed. Further, communities must strive to achieve harmonious and balanced development through sustainable practices that creates high level of standard of living and quality of life. To emerge from current crisis, governments are expected to transform social protection system to pave way for sustainable practices especially enveloping areas such as food system, social safety and health coverage plans. “Sustainable Practices Institutions” must be established to achieve understanding of the practices/ to encourage balance between both natural environment and development.

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Critical Analysis of Post Covid Online Education in India-Special Reference to Economically Weaker Section

Author: Dr Bhakti Parashar

Abstract: COIVD 19 is the biggest challenge at present in every corner of the world and in the country like India this pandemic has considerably interrupted our education system which was already had so many loopholes and always was one of the key element for economic development. School education has lost its sincerity and regularity during this pandemic period. The whole education sector has moved from its traditional pattern to digital one using video conferencing platforms as a learning management system. Although it is expected that mobile internet users in india will reach 666.4 million by 2023 and at present, it is 564.5 million out of 1,369.56 million. But what about the rest of the population which is deprived of the internet or maybe deprived of mobile phone Before COVID-19 India was already struggling with low performance in educational sector and during this crises underprivileged sector and this disease is restricting teachers and educationalist to take any step during this lockdown period. Thus, this is a high time to think for the availability of an alternative arrangement to this digital education to poorer section and for this government, non-government organization, educationalist and expert need to find a solution of this serious problem.

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कोविड-19 के दौरान शिक्षा के क्षेत्र में चुनौतियाँ एवं समाधान।

Author: डॉ अंकुश शर्मा

Abstract: कोविड-19 एक गंभीर बीमारी है, जो कोरोना वायरस के दवारा होती है और सम्पर्क द्वारा तीव्र गति से मनुष्यो में फैलती है। इस वायरस के पहचान 2019 में प्रथम बार की गयी। विश्व में इस वायरस का प्रसार चीन की वुहान से प्रारम्भ हुआ। बहुत ही काम समय में इस वायरस जनित बिमारी ने पुरे विश्व को अपनी चपेट में ले लिया। कोविड-19 ने अर्थव्यवस्था की प्रत्येक क्षेत्र बुरी तरह से प्रभावित किया , शिक्षा भी उन में से एक है। स्कूल , कॉलेज, विश्व विद्यालय, सभी छोटे बड़े शिक्षण संस्थाओ में शैक्षणिक कार्य अवरुद्ध हो गया। इस परिस्थिति से निपटने की लिए ऑनलाइन माधयम का सहारा लिया गया परन्तु इसके भी कई प्रकार के शारीरिक एवं मानसिक स्वास्थ्य सम्बन्धी दुष्प्रभाव सामने आये। साथ ही कई शैक्षणिक चुनौतियों का सामना भी करना पड़ रहा है।

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