JSLPS in partnership with IPE global organises ‘Skill Gap Analysis’
The analysis will encompass both public and private sectors, formal and informal channels, and evaluate labour force participation, youth aspirations, and the employability of new entrants in the existing workforce.
North India grapples with worsening powercuts
As temperatures soar high, the power crisis has once again hits parts of North India. Households across several states have started witnessing power cuts amid scorching heat.
Spell of unseasonal rains threaten farmers
Here’s a look at Delhi’s farmers who recounted their harrowing tales of loss due to early summers, scorching heat, and sudden excessive rains, highlighting their fear of sleeping hungry.
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India braces itself for intense heat waves
Having recorded the hottest February, IMD forecasts an enhanced probability of heat waves during summers. The main problem as predicted is the threat of crop damage.
World Forest Day 2023: Managing forests for a better tomorrow
The year 2023 has already been a testament to the fact that a climate crisis is upon us. Here’s a look at the role of forests in mitigating
The human cost of India’s extreme temperatures
The abnormal cold temperatures are extremely harsh on the older population, especially people with comorbidities, the homeless, in addition to those living in slums and lower socio-economic rungs.
Nine Indian states among the most vulnerable places in the world
States like Punjab, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Kerala, and Assam are among the 50 high risk states, as per the Gross Domestic Climate Risk Ranking.
Talk about it. Period.
Menstrual health remains at the top of the agenda when it comes to spreading awareness about the structural and social inequalities that girls face in Indian society. It’s
Where are the funds for mangrove conservation?
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s announcement of ‘MISHTI’, a new scheme for mangrove plantation along India’s coasts has been lauded by many. The government has slashed fund allocation for
Taking the lead in green hydrogen production
Supporting India’s economic growth to ensure accelerated, resilient, and inclusive growth, timely achievement of SDGs, climate change mitigation and adaptation, technological transformation, building digital infrastructure, youth and women-led
No ‘Amrit Kaal’ for health sector? Experts on what’s missing in budget 2023
According to Himanshu Sikka, Lead, HNWASH, critical areas of pandemic preparedness, Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR), mental health, as well as focus required for infrastructure development have remained wanting in
Budget 2023: Fuelling ‘green growth’ in the country
Green growth has been listed among four opportunities that can be transformative in the run up to 2047, the country’s 100th year of independence.
Creating innovative investment avenues to bridge India’s healthcare woes
Several small and medium enterprises have emerged in recent years with game-changing product innovations and sustainable business models, that can significantly improve healthcare access.
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