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NITI Blog Author: Jitendra Kumar, Adviser and Rishika Surya, Young Professional in NITI AayogPost Covid-19, World Needs Sustainable Development PlusSo far, our policy response to the Covid-19 outbreak has been based on the principle of 'safe living', with precedence on the health and well-being of people.
NITI Blog Author: Rohit Satish, Young Professional, NITI AayogHow Small Businesses Are Coping with Covid-19The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted business of most sectors around the world. At 13.46, the World Pandemic Uncertainty Index by IMF for Q1 2020 is comfortably higher than all other pandemics in the…
NITI Blog Author: Arshiya Mahajan and Himanshu Agarwal are Young Professionals, NITI AayogCovid-19 in India: A Swot AnalysisLockdown for India was both a historic and necessary step for countering the spread of the virus. In the meantime, the government undertook many initiatives to defend the country against covid-19.
Telemedicine: A blessing in disguise in time of COVID-19 Author: Sh. R Ramanan(Additional Secretary and Mission Director, Himanshu Agrawal(Young Professional, AIM, NITI Aayog)AIM, NITI Aayog), Naman Agrawal(Innovation Lead, AIM, NITI Aayog)Telemedicine: A blessing in disguise in time of COVID-19At this hour of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) chaos and unease, social distancing is one of the primary measures taken by nations to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
ATAL INNOVATION MISSION: Fostering Innovation In Rural India For Sustainable Development Author: Sh. R Ramanan(Additional Secretary and Mission Director, AIM, NITI Aayog), Naman Agrawal(Innovation Lead, AIM, NITI Aayog), Himanshu Agrawal(Young Professional, AIM, NITI Aayog)Atal Innovation Mission: Fostering Innovation for Sustainable DevelopmentSustainable development is the practice of improving human life while protecting the environment—is perhaps the most important and the most formidable long-term challenge that the world faces.
Role of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) as Catalysts in Promotion of Entrepreneurship Author: Naman Agrawal(Innovation Lead, AIM, NITI Aayog), Himanshu Agrawal(Young Professional, AIM, NITI Aayog), Mallika Bhasin(Young Professional, AIM, NITI Aayog)Role of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) as Catalysts in Promotion of EntrepreneurshipTeaching entrepreneurship to students enrolled in the undergraduate or postgraduate courses is widely debated, especially for the students who choose to pursue branches of engineering or management…
Making Homes Safer for Women during Covid-19 Author: Narinder Singh Rawat, Consultant, NITI AayogMaking Homes Safer for Women during Covid-19Around the world, countries are struggling to rein in the spread of the novel coronavirus outbreak. In India, nearly 1.3 billion people are currently under a nationwide lockdown, which has been…
Morbidity, Health Seeking Behaviour and Out of Pocket Expenditure among Larger States of India Author: Ranganadham Srinadh, Research Assistant, Health Division, NITI AayogMorbidity, Health Seeking Behaviour and Out of Pocket Expenditure among Larger States of IndiaThe principal objective of the study is to examine the trends of morbidity, inter-state variation in treatment seeking behaviour and associated health care expenditure incurred by households in…
Catastrophic Health Spending and impoverishment of households while Seeking hospitalized treatment of children (0-4 years) in India Author: Ranganadham Srinadh and Jeetendra YadavCatastrophic Health Spending and impoverishment of households while Seeking hospitalized treatment of children (0-4 years) in IndiaIt is also suggested to provide free treatment to the vulnerable segment of the population for the treatment of heart diseases, which was already done for treatment of tuberculosis in India.
Paying Out of One’s Own Pocket: How the Poor in India Are Facing Hardship to Treat Their Kids Author: Ranganadham Srinadh, Research Assistant, Health Division, NITI AayogPaying Out of One’s Own Pocket: How the Poor in India Are Facing Hardship to Treat Their KidsIt is an unfortunate reality for many poor households in India that the cost of treating their children has to borne by them. In the absence of access to free treatment, many end up paying out of…