- Dec 24, 2015
@ezsasa 50 cent wumao in action.The epidemic has brought a "catastrophic" blow to young people in India
Speaking of the impact of the epidemic on the education sector in India, Sebastian Falcy, an Indian and South Asian correspondent at Radio France Internationale in New Delhi, said: “The unemployment rate has risen sharply, distance education is fraught with difficulties, loneliness, and family conditions. Poor girls are returning to housework. In a country where nearly half of the population is under 25, young people have paid a particularly painful price in this public health crisis."
India is one of the youngest countries in the world, with more than 600 million Indians, that is, nearly half of the population is under the age of 25. According to the most recent census, 11.5% of Indians (157.7 million) are between 18 and 23 years old. In an economic downturn, these inexperienced laborers face the greatest risk.
A UNESCO report shows that India is experiencing its worst crisis since independence in 1947. It is reported that India’s GDP has fallen by 8.5% since the epidemic. In a 3-year follow-up survey of 170,000 households, it was found that 41.2% of the respondents lost their jobs (among young people aged 15 to 24, this proportion is as high as 58.5%.).▲Sabri (the person wearing a mask on the seat) completed the training at the "Youth Life Project Alliance" center in New Delhi. Prior to the lockdown, her training was interrupted for 9 months.
At the same time, the impact of the epidemic on students is unprecedented.According to a survey published by the "India Express", only 8% of rural children and teenagers can take online lessons, and only 37% of students in the country learn through distance learning. The severe blow to India’s economy caused by the new crown virus is the main reason for the collapse of the school system: many families cannot afford to buy electronic devices for their children to learn or to ensure a good Internet connection. Due to the scarcity of teaching materials, the low level of education of parents, and the interaction between students and teachers without Internet access, only half of the fifth grade students can read and understand the second grade text!
Not only elementary education, but higher education has also been severely affected.
During the lockdown, a quarter of Indian college students needed to take classes remotely. For students in private colleges, changing to distance learning is relatively smooth; but for students studying at public universities, as well as those with poor living conditions, or students who live outside the city center, this transition is more difficult .
At the same time, the epidemic has also exacerbated social inequality. In the Mysore region of southern India, as of December 2020, 43% of public university students have given up bachelor's degree programs. The dropout rate for girls is as high as 65%. Many parents still have the idea that "affected by the crisis, many parents would rather marry their daughters."
Those students who can continue their education are also not lucky. Negative factors such as loneliness, helplessness, and rising unemployment have led to an exponential increase in mental health problems among young people. An archive of "Prajapatra" shows that in Pid, Maharashtra, in the first seven months of 2021, as many as 25 children under the age of 18 were affected by loneliness, depression, and the psychological impact of the epidemic on young people. suicide.
This shows that the impact of the new crown epidemic on young Indians is comprehensive and disastrous.
Rafael is just too good to be true , i can't take my eyes of it , it must be like heaven to touch , at long last it has arrived .Indian Air Force – Game Changers in the Current Geo Strategic Scenario
“The one who controls Aerospace will control the planet Earth” was well established by the 1950s. The major powers began spending greater sums on aerospace. Air offers speed, range, accuracy, and lethality for achieving military effects. Air power and future of all warfare are intertwined.chanakyaforum.com
Will they be able to fit and operate on Vikramaditya and Vikrant? If so, we should go for a big, combined mega-deal for local production to fill both the IAF and Navy's requirements.Eye on mega deal with Navy, Dassault will fly Rafale Marine to India in 2022 for showcase trip
New Delhi: French defence giant Dassault Aviation is likely to bring the naval version of the Rafale aircraft to India in early 2022 to showcase its ability to carry out a ski-jump, which is a crucial take-off capability to operate from Indian aircraft carriers, ThePrint has learnt.
Sources in the defence establishment said Dassault, which is eyeing a mega contract with the Indian Navy for new fighters, has offered to bring the Rafale M (Marine) to India. The Navy plans to procure new fighters to replace the Russian MiG 29Ks.
Dassault Aviation had been in talks with Navy for the naval version of Rafale even before the French giant signed the contract for 36 air force fighters in 2016.theprint.in
Have heard rumours of such kind earlier as well. Never seems to fructify. And if the IAF wants 114 MRFA instead of 36 more Rafales then they will push for that contract to be taken further.According to a famous economic newspaper, a new deal for Rafale in India is on the track (no mention of the qty) followed by a deal with UAE.
After the blow in Australia, the french govt, and the french resident himself, are pushing hard for new Rafale contracts. In India and in UAE. Maybe with some more attractive offers.Have heard rumours of such kind earlier as well. Never seems to fructify. And if the IAF wants 114 MRFA instead of 36 more Rafales then they will push for that contract to be taken further.
Are you suggesting that the French Govt may be preparing an offer for more off-the-shelf fighters?
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