What was once a noble profession now seems like a high-risk job.
Numerous publicized instances of violence against health professionals have brought alive a fundamental question – has healthcare changed from being a service-oriented profession to a business model?
Well, there are two sides to a coin.
The words of Charles Dickens where he writes about the bright sun not only bringing light, but also new life, hope and freshness certainly ring true, especially to someone who has been Vitamin D deficient for a while…
If you are used to a lifestyle of relative comfort, driving down, windows rolled up, to your air-conditioned workplace, leaving late, if your weekend recreation is limited to visiting theatres, malls and other indoor entertainment, and on top of that you deprive yourself of the right kind of food, you are a likely candidate for severe Vitamin D deficiency.
This month Science trail takes you to to visit a popular location to spot birds with a bird enthusiast KarthikSai giving you tips on capturing them on camera
A great location for spotting bids is “divyaramam” a place near kapilatheertham temple in Andhrapradesh close to Tirupathi. It is popular with morning walkers as well as the birds that visit because of the vegetation and a cool climate
Birds like jungle babbler, rofoustreepie, asian paradise fly cathcher and many others can be spotted here.
What you need to do to photograph birds –
In the last article in this series we looked at the causes of Implementation failure and Critical Success Factors, in this article we will look at making the Project a success by following best practices, methodology and strong governance processes.
We will follow the Accelerated SAP (ASAP) Implementation methodology following the suggested best practice of ‘Process Driven SAP’ using the Tools from Software AG, SAP AG and HP in different phases of Project Lifecycle.
As per ASAP methodology the project lifecycle consists of the following stages:
The remote will be obsolete shortly. We already see a number of day to day gadgets that run on Touchless Technology. All one has to do is move ones hands to operate a television or clap to put the lights off.
While there exist a number of wearable gesture interfaces today that have made things simpler, the scope seems to be limitless.
What comes as a learning is that the gesture based technologies which were meant to ease the experience are too tiring on prolonged use. Secondly, the existing devices mix both wearable tech and touch-less technology and making it more complex for users.
A group of young entrepreneurs is working on developing a device they call wearfin to tackle these issues.
The expected ourcome is a stylish ring that will be worn on the thumb making it simple to operate.