Category Archives: 2019

RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICIES AND ITS IMPACTS

In the present paper researcher tries to find out the countries which have adopted renewable energy support policies, compared to just 48 countries in 2005. These policies played a crucial role in helping countries to shift from conventional energy to renewable energy by overcoming the barriers facing the development of renewable energy. This paper reviews the studies, which outlined the policies used by different governments to support the development of renewable energy, which includes: Tax incentives, Loans, Feed-in tariff, and Renewable portfolio standard. The literature review covers different studies that examined the impacts of renewable energy on economic growth, job creation, welfare, CO2 emissions, electricity prices, and fuel imports. Researches have used different methodological approaches, different periods, and different countries to examine the impacts of renewable energy. The studies found that the policies used were essential to shift to renewable energy substantially reduced carbon emission, and the majority concluded that renewable energy has a positive correlation with economic growth, job creation and welfare.

Keywords: Renewable Policy, Feed-in Tariff (FiT), Impacts, Economic Growth, CO2 Emissions. JEL Classification Codes: Q42, Q43, Q48.

A STUDY ON E WASTE MANAGEMENT AND STRATEGIES TO DISPOSING

E-waste collection, transportation, processing, and recycling is dominated by the informal sector. The sector is well networked and unregulated. Often, all the materials and value that could be potentially recovered is not recovered. In addition, there are serious issues regarding leakages of toxins into the environment and workers’ safety and health. The present paper explains about to disposing E waste and its management.

Keywords: E-waste Management.

MAKING INDIA DIGITAL: TRANSFORMING TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

It is a fact that the countries using technology for the benefit of citizens have recorded a radical change in all aspects which leads to high national and per capita income in recent years. It is the part of the government to improve the living standards of citizen through initiating programmes which accelerates the economic growth. One such programme is “Digitalization” a crucial part in ‘Digital India Programme’. Digital India is an innovative thought of Hon’ble Shri Narendra Modi ji, Prime Minister of India to integrate the government functionaries and the people of India. It also aims at ensuring that the Government services are made available to citizens electronically by reducing paper work and it is an initiative to transform the country into digitally empowers knowledge economy. India has emerged as one of the country whereby government has initiated this development programme to stimulate economic development as well as to provide employment to young generations. The main objective is to provide all services to every citizen on the web portals or electronically for making the transactions smooth and transparent. To eliminate black money and corruption from public life, government is investing more in technology. India had started experiencing the digital transformation; it takes some time to feel the full impact of this change. Through this initiative India will achieve the United Nations Sustainable Goals Agenda by 2030. The present paper   helps to understand the impact of Digital India in economy and to know how far its missions are accomplished and for developing a model to achieve Sustainable Development Goals with the pillars of digital India.

Keywords: Digital India, Technology, Internet, Sustainable Development Goals.

QUALITY MEASURES INNOVATIVE INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

The present paper explains how it will assist other individuals with realizing the possible results to perceive what degree the informational establishments are having ICT workplaces and to what degree they empower representatives to utilize ICT in homeroom direction. The examination may moreover include the level of using ICT in Classroom Instruction by the Teacher educators. The examination may in like manner recognize the element of effect of Teaching Attitude and Anxiety towards use of ICT which are major for Classroom Instruction. The examination may provoke careful the significance of ICT in the Teaching Learning process and impart the capacities in ICT. The examination may give clear arrangement to the organization should be surrendered to manufacture the Information Communication innovation in the Teaching-learning process.

Aim: To analyze the impact and significance of ICT in education with quality measure by Teachers.

Data Collection:  questionnaire for the perception of teachers related to use of ICT in teacher education.

Keywords: ICT, Growth and Development, Classroom Instruction.

QUALITY CONTROL TESTING OF BIOLOGICAL AND BIOTHERAPEUTICS

This paper deals with quality control testing of biological and bio-therapeutics. Quality control (QC) could be a procedure or set of procedures meant to confirm that a factory-made product or performed service adheres to an outlined set of quality criteria or meets the wants of the consumer or client. QC is analogous to, however not identical with, quality assurance (QA).

Keywords: Quality Control, Pharmaceutical Business, Testing, Biological, QC, QA.