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An Overview Of Punjab, Haryana And Himachal Pradesh Government’s Interventions In Education Sector During Covid 19 Pandemic

Marisha Narula; Dr. Rohita Sharma

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6366-6371

impact of pandemic COVID-19 is being felt in every sector around the world. The rules of engagements are now changed as countries are imposing blanket lockdowns nationwide. India is no exception. Thus schools and colleges are now forced to keep their shutters down as well. The already crumbling education system is now further forced to disintegrate. The technological divide among the urban and the rural, the rich and the poor is now more apparent as schools have adopted online teaching methods via various online platforms. The access to a smartphone varies across the nation and so does the basic literacy of how to operate them. Lack of internet penetration in India is another dilemma since only 50% of the households have an active internet connection. This has forced the current government to reinvent strategies to provide education via mass channels. DIKSHA platform is one such example. It's an online platform primarily for school education. It offers teachers, parents and students engaging learning material relevant to the prescribed school curriculum but requires an active internet connection. To bridge this gap, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting introduced SWAYAM PRABHA which has 32
DTH TV channels transmitting educational contents on 24/7 basis across the country. These platforms are absolutely free to use. But platforms like these are just a pedestal. Since education is a concurrent subject, states also bear the responsibility of ratifying their educational strategies. Many states are walking down the path of the central government by establishing their own platforms. The government of Nagaland was recently lauded for their education initiative. TV
and Radio education was offered through Doordarshan Kendra Kohima and All India RadiKohima while in the second phase the programme expanded to digital content distribution through a dedicated Youtube Channel. This paper highlights some measures taken byGovernments of Punjab, Haryana and Himachal pradesh in the field of online education. Also challenges faced by these governments are highlighted.

Understanding Theoretical Perspective of the Best Implementation of Regional Autonomy

Amirul Mustofa; Eny Haryati; Rifai .; Andy Kurniawan; Olga D. Kravchenko

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1245-1259

In a new country, development is a new "ideology." In simple language, it means "planned
revolution". Inevitably, these countries realize that they are increasingly lived behind, especially
in economic terms, compared to developed countries. Countries in Western Europe and North
America have relatively higher living standards, political stability, and extraordinary
technological growth. The situation was enjoyed after they experienced evolution which took
quite a long time. Until the 19th century, European civilization experienced at least three to four
gradual evolution, these are primitive, agrarian, mercantilism, and industrial societies. When
these countries entered the mercantilism century, around the 16th century, these new countries
were still in the colonialist era. As it is known, the era of trade (mercantilism) created sailors
who dared to sail the oceans to find a new country where they could obtain cheap merchandise
and then be sold in Europe with double price. The traders' target is spices. Trade can be more
profitable if supported by monopoly. A lasting monopoly and more profitable if the area for
producing charcoal is controlled (colonialized). During the period of mercantilism 1500-1800, it
risen up the economic exploitation in Asia, Africa and Latin America. This era can be said to be
the starting point for the emergence of world stratification, or polarization between developed
countries and underdeveloped countries, the relationship between the West and the producers of
spices in the backward regions was a trade partner relationship.

Nationalism Makes SOEs as Economic Pillars for Social Justice

Andi Desfiandi; Rumawi Rumawi; Agustitin Setyobudi; Aleksander Sebayang; Maya Laisila; Anatoly V. Kurochkin

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1282-1295

SOE is established as the desire of the State to prosper its people, so if there are questions related
to the need for SOEs in Indonesia, then the statement is unconstitutional. Indeed, the presence of
SOEs is on the wishes of the 1945 Constitution. If SOE is abolished, then the provisions of
Article 33 of 1945 Constitution must be amended or abolished, Indonesia as a state based on
Pancasila adheres to the values of social justice for all Indonesian people. SOE is formed as an
effort by the State to be able to realize what has been outlined in the country's foundation. The
aim of social justice is to form a balanced and orderly society in which all citizens have the
opportunity to build a decent life and those who are weakly placed to receive assistance as
needed. The government as the leader of the state has the duty to promote equitable prosperity
and in this context it has the right and obligation to sue its citizens to make their contributions
according to their respective abilities. Because the issue of social justice as one of the legal
guidelines often creates problems, it is not only in practice but also in the clarity of concepts, it is

The Organization and Management of National Education System

Wiflihani .; Juliaans Eliezer Rulland Marantika; Hery Winoto Tj; Dicky Hendrawan; Pradana Chairy Azhar; Mohzana .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1349-1365

understudies that endures all through life. Training is sorted out by
giving models, building self discipline, and building up understudies' innovativeness in the
learning procedure. Training is completed by building up a culture of perusing, composing and
math for all residents. Instruction is completed by enabling all segments of society through
support in the organization and quality control of instructive administrations. In the
administration of the national instruction framework, the party in question is the president, while
the operationalization of the board by the president is alloted to the service or clergyman

Developing Regional Autonomy: Lesson Learned from Norway

Mardiah Astuti; Mahyudin Ritonga; Rita Irviani; Hamid Mukhlis; Rahul Chauhan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1392-1406

A decentralized government system is the opposite of a centralized government system.
In a centralized system, the authority to make decisions about various public affairs lies in the
hands of the central government. Officials in the provinces and districts are only the panic of the
central government. In contrast, in a decentralized system, part of the authority to manage public
affairs is devolved to provinces and districts. One of the implications of implementing autonomy
is the development of the uniqueness of each community so that diversity appears within a
country. Therefore, the experience of developing regional autonomy in several countries is also
different. Indonesia which has been, is currently and continues to do trial and error in
developing regional autonomy will certainly be more mature if it not only learns from its own
experience, but also learns from the experiences of other countries in trying to answer its native
problems with the concept of autonomy. Studying the experiences of other countries is intended
to reflect in order to find positive and negative values that are used as references, and if possible

Ensuring Balance Among Branches of Public Power During the Development of Civil Society in Uzbekistan

Almagul Bayrieva

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 2233-2239

Abstract. The article analyzes the balance of power between sectors of the political system
in Uzbekistan in the context of democratic reforms. This analysis is considered from the
point of view of the development of civil society, and implies a correlation between regional
and central bodies of representative power. In the article, particular attention is drawn to
the value orientations of both government representatives and civil society actors in the
perception of civic activism and civic participation. The article allows us to understand
deeply such institutions as the state, rule of law, and democratic accountability during the

Coronavirus Disease: Existing Literature and Status in India

Dr.Arunachalam P; HOD,Dr.Jaiganesh S

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 5707-5715

The outbreak of COVID-19 disease began in December 2019 in the city of Wuhan in China, also recognized as China's largest transport centre. The condition became epidemic during China's spring festival. The virus is quickly transported into several nations, including countries with low wages So far, 234073 have registered COVID-19 cases in the world with a total of 9840 fatalities. Cough, high fever, a sore throat, tiredness and respiratory trauma are the typical signs of COVID-19. The condition was shown to be moderate in most cases, others with pneumonia with multi-organ failure and acute ARDS. The Incubation Time for the infection has been observed to be 2-14 days, typically 4 days in maximum cases. India remains in stage 2 on local transmission in line with WHO Record 60. The WHO announced 60 that no population transmission has yet occurred in India that can be avoided by preventing mass meetings and proper citizens screens. Govt. Govt. There have been several initiatives by India to minimize the spread of COVID-19 in the region. The COVID-19 infection incidence in India appears to be poor in comparison to the country's population. This is attributable to swift government measures to quarantine and close down the boundaries of the accused population. The global economy is in great slowdown due to COVID-19 assault and would potentially cost roughly $1 trillion. This is attributable to swift government measures to quarantine and close down the boundaries of the accused population. By reducing H-H transmissions, the spread of COVID-19 infections may be minimized. Anti-CoV drug discovery is also required, and will replace the supporting therapies for infection control.


Pravalika .; Gifrina Jayaraj

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 677-685

The anxiety among workers develops as their living has changed and economically are affected.Their future is not certain.The fear starts building as the lockdown period increases.To overcome such fears the government must take actions to provide proper employment and wages after the lockdown ends.A survey was done to know how the workers are affected and to know the difference of mentality of a working person before and during lockdown.A questionnaire was prepared and circulated to 100 workers and the responses were collected and analyzed through SPSS.85.3% of population are affected by the lockdown with high levels of anxiety. Therefore more than 50% of the participants are more anxious during lockdown than before lockdown.Many are affected but are confident that they can overcome the crisis after the lockdown comes to an end.To overcome such anxieties in future,the government has to take measures to avoid unemployment.