There are many theories going around about the possible third wave of Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on children. It is argued that the third wave will predominantly attack children. Is there any scientific basis behind this prediction? What will the probable third wave look like? Dr. Praveen Kumar, Director, Department of Pediatrics, Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi, talks about these and various other issues related to the impact of Covid-19 on children.
The Bihar state higher education council (BSHEC) has constituted four different committees comprising vice chancellors and experts to undertake sweeping reforms in state’s beleaguered higher education. A decision to this effect was taken following a meeting of the SHEC, chaired by education minister Vijay Kumar Choudhary.
What do you expect from the students who took admission in two-year PG course (2019-21 session) doing now? Waiting for the Final Results and preparing for the Convocation Speech! Well, students at Magadh University, Bodh Gaya, Bihar, are still awaiting the date for their First Semester Examination, and there is no clarity when it will be held. This is shocking, but true!
Covid-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented disruptions in education resulting in huge learning gaps. Closing this gap is big challenge. BiharConnect proposes to organise a series of dialogue to come out with workable solutions to overcome this unprecedented crisis. The dialogue will focus to understand the severity of the problem and get the solution from various stakeholders.
Covid-19 pandemic has caused huge disruptions in the economy, leading to loss of tens of thousands of lives and livelihoods of a large proportion of people in Bihar. Poor and the marginalised people are the worst affected. In this difficult time Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) belonging to Bihar have been sending relief material to help in fighting the pandemic. Relief has also come for those who have lost their near and dear ones or livelihood due to Covid.
Rajesh Mishra is a senior journalist currently working with Qatar Tribune, a Qatar-based daily. He has extensive experience of beat reporting as well editing and rewriting news reports and features in a journalistic career spanning about three decades. Having started his journalistic career as a sub-editor with Patriot newspaper in New Delhi way back in 1992, Mishra has also worked with prestigious newspaper Hindustan Times, Patna, and the premier news agency the Press Trust of India, New Delhi. For a short while he also served as the Bhubaneswar (Odisha) correspondent of iVision, a news agency catering to the electronic media. During his stint at Hindustan Times, Patna, Mishra was known for his flair for cultural reporting. However, he also wrote extensively on the state of affairs in education and health sectors of Bihar and did some investigative reports related to crime. In Qatar Tribune also, Mishra has covered different beats ranging from politics, education and health to construction sector as well as art and culture. Mishra’s varied interests have helped him in performing the role of a multi-faceted reporter.