World Toilet Day

  World Toilet Day 19 th November 2021 “Cleanliness is next to Godliness” A brief…. Toilet Day is declared as official UN Day by United Nations in 2013 in UN General Assembly and celebrated on 19th November of every year. It is intended to inform, engage and inspire people for hygienic sanitation practices. Access to a safe functioning toilet makes positive impact on social well-being and environmental quality. This results in good public heal Worldwide, 3.6 billion people live without " Safely Managed Sanitation " which degrades environmental quality, social safety especially for women. This results in poor public health, social conflicts as well as economic crisis on every level from individual, family, community and national. The chronology:      Swachha Bharat Mission - Year 2014 Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM), Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is a nationwide initiative taken by Government of India. In English it translates as Clean India Mission. This is launched on 2nd

Green, Safe, Inclusive and Cherishing Diwali

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Communication Decoded- III

  Writing, Expressing & Self-presentation “Communication – the human connection – is the key to personal and career success.” -Paul J. Meyer Writing is a life skill , not only an essential job-related skill; because it is often the basis upon which others judge your learning, your values, your ideas and your contribution to society. Regardless of your career or occupation, everyone has to write to communicate with others, whether it is a friendly email, a formal business memo, a report, a job application, a press release or a message of condolence. Writing is personal. It represents us when we are absent in space and in time.  Writing expresses who we are, even after our life time.  It makes our knowledge, our personal aspirations and our work for the future visible to others. Writing is the means to explain our ideas to ourselves and to others while preserving our personal experiences and our memories. Writing enables you to reach a much larger audience, in many places and