Nitish : Known as the Sushan Babu of Bihar, Nitish Kumar is one of the few leaders who managed to keep his corruption free image . As a young boy Nitish was good in academics and pursued engineering as a career to join the electricity board in Bihar as a Junior Engineer, from his childhood Nitish was inspired by many senior leaders of the times like Jayprakash Narayan and Anugrah Narayan Singh. It was during the JP movement that Nitish formally entered politics and since then he has never looked back. He is not only known for his exceptional developmental work as the chief minister of Bihar but also as a Union minister during the NDA government he did make some important decisions which revolutionised those departments forever. In situations where a lot of politicians might feel uncomfortable taking decisions Nitish proved that he is one of the best decision makers whether it was resigning from his post of the chief minister in 2014 and leaving NDA or breaking the Mahagathbandhan alliance Nitish has done what he feels is right for his politics and future and even his core enemies would agree that there is no one better than Nitish in contemporary politics who can make quick decisions even if they might seem difficult.From being a Jr. Engineer in the electricity department to the Chief Minister of the state Nitish has come a long way proving that he is no less than anyone else in the evil game of politics.
A far-right Norwegian legislator on Wednesday said that he has nominated US President Donald Trump for the 2021
Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts towards furthering peace in the Middle East.
Christian Tybring-Gjedde, a member of Norway’s Progress Party, cited Trump’s role in the recent landmark
agreement between Israel and the UAE, and said, “For his merit, I think (Trump) has done more trying to create
peace between nations than most other peace prize nominees.”
This is the second time that Tybring-Gjedde has sought the award for Trump. In 2018, along with another
Norwegian lawmaker, he had nominated the American leader for his work in reducing tensions between North and
Trump, on his part, has repeatedly expressed his desire for being bestowed with the Peace honour. Earlier this year,
he took partial credit for the award given in 2019 to Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali, for the latter’s
initiative in resolving Ethiopia’s border conflict with neighbouring Eritrea.
Referring to Ali, Trump had said, “I made a deal. I saved a country, and I just heard that the head of that country
is now getting the Nobel Peace Prize for saving the country.”
This year’s Nobel Peace Prize is scheduled to be announced October 9. Should Trump win next year, he would become
the fifth US President in history to be given the prestigious award.
Rotaract Club Of JIMS Vasant Kunj has took an initiative to organise one of the
biggest international fellowship event, Rota Amigos. It is a three days event to
celebrate cultural exchange, fellowship and creative talents with loads of
entertainment. This event will be organised from 15 th of Aug, 2020 to 17 th of
Aug, 2020. The main motive behind this event is to connect with people
around the globe. Keeping the current situation in mind, we are organizing this
interactive event through zoom. Some of our Main events are: Rota Quiz,
Panel Discussion with DRR's, Talent show, Movie Night, DJ Night and Award
The Rotaract Club Of JIMS Vasant Kunj was started in the year 2018-19. It is an
institutional based club, which is fully governed by the students of Jagannath
International Management School. And the club has created numerous links
with other Rotaract Clubs around the globe. And they have also been
recognised by many awards from the Rotaract District 3012. In 2019-20,
Rotaract Club Of JIMS Vasant Kunj has been recognised by a social excellence
award from Mr. Sudhir Singla, MLA of Gurgaon. As of 2019, the club has 122
active members. In the past two years the club has taken many initiatives to
help the society. The club aspires to spread happiness among the unprivileged
children. The club’s only goal is to be a part of, bettering the society.
Some of our Main Projects have been mentioned below:
1. Blood Donation Camp: Rotaract Club Of JIMS Vasant Kunj has
organised two annual blood donation camps. A total of 186 units of
blood were collected.
2. Project Seva: Rotaract Club Of JIMS Vasant Kunj, has joined the fight
against hunger. This project was organized six times in the rota year
3. Mask Donation Drive:
Rotaract Club of JIMS Vasant Kunj organised Mask Donation Drive. The
club had donated masks to the kids living in the slums of Andrews Ganj.
The main motive behind this event was to make the kids aware of the
causes of pollution, how pollution might harm humans and the
precautions of pollution.
4. Swachhta Programme:
The Rotaract Club of JIMS Vasant Kunj has organised a program called
“SWACHHTA HI SEWA” in our college campus. All the students joined
their hands together for this good cause. The students took a broom,
pan & the dustbin and they collected all the waste near our college.
5. Plantation Drive:
Every year, two Plantation Drives are organised by Rotaract Club Of JIMS
Vasant Kunj. The first event was organised in Vasant Kunj DDA Flats. A
total of 30 samplings were planted. And the second event was organised
in Sanjay Van. This event witnessed the footfall of more than 300 people
and as per the stats more than 250 planting spots were covered on a
6. Project Ullas:
Rotaract Club of JIMS Vasant Kunj went to celebrate Diwali with the
children in slums. They distributed sweets, toffees, chocolates and diyas
to everyone and they celebrated Diwali with a lot of fun.
7. Stationery Drive:
Rotaract Club of JIMS Vasant Kunj organized a Stationary Drive for the
underprivileged children in Andrews Ganj Slums. Each child was
provided with notebooks, pencil pouches, scales, pencils, erasers,
sharpeners and crayons by the members of the drive.
8. Clothes Donation Drive:
Three clothes donation drives were conducted by the Rotaract Club Of
JIMS Vasant Kunj. The club had collected a bunch of warm clothes to
provide the poor people with a bit of warmth in chilly winter. The
Rotaractors gave away the collected woollens to the underprivileged
people near AIIMS Hospital and also near Green Park, Delhi.
What are the positive impacts of environment friendly technology??
You wake up, groggily pick up your phone and swipe through countless emails, calls and app notifications. You get out of bed, get ready for work and with a few quick swipes on your screen, a cab arrives at your doorstep. While you are at work, a few more screen swipes and a vacuum cleaner cleans your home before you get back. Get home, and there’s no need to cook because your trusty phone can also have food delivered right to your doorstep.
As little as a decade ago, the above scenario would sound just as realistic as pigs flying, but today, this is our reality. Whether we realize it or not, technology has seeped in deep into our lives and pervaded through most of our daily tasks. Everything from how we eat to how we travel is laced with technology and this is quickly making the world an easier place to live in.
In India as well, the technological revolution is well underway. From simple apps to playing games on our phone, we’ve reached the stage where AI allows us to step inside the game and live it. While vacuum cleaning has been here for a while, we now have Wi-Fi and AI through which we can order vacuum cleaners to work with no human intervention. Here, then, is a detailed analysis of how every aspect of the Indian lifestyle has been impacted by technology.
Evaluating technological revolutions, it appears that technology has had the most impact on the way we communicate. The ubiquity of texting, video calling and social networking is such, that it has made the humble landline phone obsolete. With their high-speed data connections and unlimited mobile apps for communication, mobile phones have become an indispensable part of our lives. Further, social media has ensured that we stay in touch with people across the globe from the palm of our hands.
The very idea had been implemented as early as the 1990s. A riveting concept which had been bought into life in hopes to ease the process of voting system and enhance technology and politics altogether. But what is i-voting?
According to the California Internet Task Force, in 1999 the definition adopted by them was “Casting of a secure vote and secret electronic ballot that is transmitted to the officials over the internet.” It had been accepted that i-voting is a sub type of e-voting. Now what is e-voting? Electronic is simply the means to cast a ballot via broader range of electronic telecommunications technology including telephones, cable, and satellite and computers without the internet.
To advance this piece of technology, bills have been passed to initiate the study of i-voting, the countries included Washington and Minnesota, Australia, France, Switzerland, and these bills were passed in the 1990s. Soon after, in 2005, Estonia finally became the very first country to implement the system of i-voting for their general elections. Did the mock trials turn out to be cost effective? The answer would be a big no, for the reason even though an infinitesimal group was involved in the testing, giving birth to what seemed as a hypothetical project requires large investments as well as piloting the new system.
So, when does India come into the picture? Gujarat was one the states in India to conduct mock trials for e-voting in 2015 but unfortunately did not turn out to give the expected success rate. In fact, recently, the Senior Deputy Election Commissioner Mr. Sandeep Saxena claimed “the concept of ‘blockchain’ technology is a two-way electronic voting system, in a co trolled environment, on-white-listed IP devices on dedicated internet lines, enabled with biometric devices and a web camera". Unfortunately, this did not indicate the freedom of voting from home. It was quite the opposite, the voters still had to be physically present on the day assigned as well as the Time and Venue. The Deputy went on to explain "two-way block chain remote voting" consisted of a two-step verification and authorisation process using a multi-layered IT enabled which would be working on the EC's e-Governance award winning Electoral Registration Officer Network (ERO Net) using biometrics and web cameras.
Upon approval, a personalized e-ballot paper will be generated which will be encrypted generating blockchain hashtag. Even though the technology is advancing for the greater good, it still needs a way to reach the expatriates and military personnel.
The advancement of technology can be seen as a boon or a bane. It can be a boon for those who do not continue to live in their hometown, expatriates and military personnel. There is a possibility the voter turnout may increase effectively. But the issue which stands in the way of its adaptation are the security concerns. The very channel or medium is prone to cyber-attacks, which is the reason why it’s commencement should include a small sector of people, which may include, Universities, Private Organisations etc. Restricting the votes to a certain section of people may reduce the possibility of cyber-attacks and in fact turn out to be a boon, especially amidst the pandemic.
Do you think with the introduction of i-voting in private organisations can turn to be an impressive tactical method for the company in decision making as well as conducting Executive Officer or Single Winner Elections-?