January 9, 2019

Essay on Cyber Crime (500 words)

Essay on Cyber Crime (500 words)

Cyber crime in India has been evolving rapidly in the 21st century. A recent incident, where at least 10 government websites including those of the ministries of defence and home affairs, went down for several hours, highlights that cybersecurity is not taken as seriously as it should be. The need for cyber security especially increased with the increased digital push by government.
Essay on Cyber Crime
What is Cyber Crime
Cybercrime is a crime that involves a computer and network. It involves attack via or on computers through various means. Today, there is an increasing number of people using internet in India. Most people who are using such digital technologies are not fully aware of how to use such technologies. Hackers often target these gullible people. Although government has taken several action including creating laws and institutions to counter cyber crime. Peoples digital education and awareness generation is the need of the hour.

January 1, 2019

Essay on New Year 2019

Essay on New Year 2019

New year is the first day of a year 2019. According to Gregorian calendar it comes on 1st January. There are many calendars in different parts of the world like Christian, Julian, Hindu Calendar etc. In India the Gregorian calendar is the official calendar. There are also different calendar followed by different religious communities. Hindus celebrate chaitra shukla pratipada as their new year, Parsis celebrate Navroz, Muslims celebrate Islamic Hijri as their new year.

December 30, 2018

Essay on Winter Vacation | Essay about Vacation with Family | How I spent my Holidays (600 words)

Essay on Winter Vacation | Essay about Vacation with Family | How I spent my Holidays

Today, our school has announced winter vacation for 20 days. It is the beautiful time of the year when the weather is cold and chilling, time of festivals such as Christmas and new years. This time, my family has decided to visit Mysore and Coorg in the coming winter vacation. I will be visiting these places for the very first time.

We booked our tickets for train and hotel already online. My mother, father and sister is accompanying me on this trip. As the journey date approached, we have started planning for the trip. We have put cold weather clothes, some cold medicine, camera etc.

December 28, 2018

Essay on Measles and Rubella (450 words)

Essay on Measles and Rubella

Rubella is a common infection in many parts of the world. There is ongoing efforts to eliminate the disease globally by World Health Organisation (WHO). Every year 40,000 rubella syndrome cases occurs in India. Like India have eliminated polio, tetanus and jaws in this decade, it has set a target to eliminate syndrome caused by rubella virus by 2020.

Rubella or German measles is an infectious disease caused by the rubella virus. There is a mild impact of virus, making it hard to realise if a person is affected from it or not. Measles is highly infectious and is one of the major childhood killer disease. Unlike measles, rubella is a mild viral infection that mainly occurs in children. But a women infected with the rubella virus during the early stage of pregnancy has a high chance of transmitting it to the foetus.

Symptoms similar to flu. Primary symptoms include rashes on the the face which later spread to other parts of the body. Other symptoms include fever, swollen glands, joint pain, headache. Rubella can affect anyone of any age. It causes Congenital Rubella Syndrome (CRS). Rashes developed can sometimes be itchy. It also affect the health of child if pregnant women is affected with the infection. The virus can cause hearing impairments, eye and heart defect and brain damage in newborn.

Usually it spread through air via cough of people who are infected with the virus. Only humans are infected. Once recovered, people are immune to further infection.

Rubella is preventable with the rubella vaccine. Often it is given in combination with measles vaccine and mumps vaccine, known as MMR vaccine. WHO A single dose of rubella vaccine gives more than 95% long-lasting immunity.

INDIA: To end Measles-Rubella infection by 2020

Measles-rubella is one of the major infectious disease in India. India has set a target to eliminate the disease by 2020. Measles rubella vaccination campaign is being introduced in phases in various states. Following the campaign, two doses of the combination vaccine will become a part of the National Immunisation Programme. All children will receive free two doses.

To Eliminate the disease, the vaccine coverage has to be over 95%. India has to ramp up surveillance of both diseases. Maintain outbreak preparedness, respond quickly to outbreaks by vaccinating all children in a community and ensure effective and timely treatment of cases anywhere in the country.

The current MR vaccination campaign is the first time that the union health ministry is introducing rubella vaccine in the Universal Immunization Programme. According to WHO, the elimination of measles will help India to achieve its sustainable development goals.

Essay on Global Warming | Essay on Climate Change (650 words)

Essay on Global Warming | Essay on Climate Change


Global warming is a long-term rise in the average temperature of the Earth's climate system. Due to man induced temperature rise since industrial revolution because of burning of fossil fuels have led to climate change. Such climate change have dangerous impact of human life and property. Mitigation, Adaptation and Rehabilitation action needs done at global level by involving all developed and developing countries halt and reverse global warming.
Essay on Global Warming | Essay on Climate Change

December 26, 2018

Essay on Artificial Intelligence (870 words)

Essay on Artificial Intelligence

What is Artificial Intelligence?

Artificial Intelligence, also known as AI, is the ability of machines like computers to perform functions that normally require human intelligence. AI is intelligence demonstrated by machine, in contrast to the natural intelligence displayed by humans and other animals. These functions include the ability to learn, reason, analyse, take decisions, recognise speech and visual perception among others.

Types of Artificial Intelligence

Algorithm: Here, the computer executes a function without deviating from the program or algorithm given to it. With an algorithm, you tell the computer exactly what you want it to do. There are also algorithms that let computers learn on their own.

Machine Learning: Machine learning allows computers to learn without being completely programmed. Instead of using an algorithm to extract data for human use, the computer learns to analyse and interpret the data and make inferences.

Bot: This is a software designed to automate tasks that we would usually do on our own. A common form of bot is chatbots that simulate conversations.

Artificial Intelligence in everyday life

AI is everywhere! Many of us do not notice its presence, but AI has become part of our daily life. How, you ask? Here are a few examples:

Smartphones : It’s in the name. The phone has now become smart, thanks to AI – from detecting your fingerprint to suggesting apps; from auto-correcting your words to autofilling your forms. AI in the form of algorithms has made it possible for this gadget to simplify our lives.

Google Search : Many of us cannot imagine our lives without Google. But did you know that Google search too uses AI? How else do you think it auto-completes sentences based on your previous searches and gives you personalised results?

Siri, Cortana, Google Assistant : These are all virtual personal assistants that are forever present to help you out. All you need to do is call out to them and they are there at your service. They use algorithms and speech recognition to understand and respond.

Video Games : Yes, video games too use AI to make your gaming experience extraordinary. Imagine while playing you plan an attack but before you execute it, your enemy (the computer) counters it with its move. That’s because of AI. Alpha-go beating the number one champion in the game of go which is extremely complex game more so than chess marked the completion of a significant milestone in the development of artificial intelligence.

Driverless cars : AI powered cars are self driven. They reduce the possibility of human errors. Thus rate of accidents is drastically reduced. They are fast and efficient too. Companies such as Google, Uber, Tesla are currently working in this field.

Health : Microsoft has developed artificial intelligence to help doctors find the right treatment for cancer. According to a study artificial intelligence was as good is trained doctors in identifying skin cancer.

Finance and Economics : AI can help in fraud prevention and detection. This could revolutionise the digital payment ecosystem and strengthen cybersecurity.

December 13, 2018

Essay on Save Fuel for Better Environment

Essay on Save Fuel for Better Environment

Human beings are blessed with abundant natural resources. Fuels are an important component of such natural resources. They provide us energy for various purposes such as transportation, Industrial purposes, cooking etc. Heavy reliance on non renewable fuels will not only deplete them in few years, but are also polluting our environment. Hence, to protect our environment, we need to look for alternative fuels. Also, we should save fuel and shift towards renewable and clean energy resources such as wind energy, solar energy and biomass, etc.

Our mother earth provide us with plenty of energy resources such as coal, petroleum, natural gas etc. Most of them are non renewable in nature, that is, they cannot be renewed again once finished. Human greed have led to rampant use of such valuable resource.

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We use fuels for various purposes input day-to-day life. Transportation of goods and masses require petroleum and Diesel, electricity generation require burning of coal in thermal power plant and cooking require LPG gas, etc. Industries and manufacturing require fuels for their working. Thus, for the growth and development of any country, energy is of utmost importance.

Rapid burning of fossil fuels such as coal resulted into increase in the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere. Global warming is leading to climate change. Climate change is resulting in various undesirable phenomena such as melting of glaciers across globe leasing to sea level rise, submergence of island nation, forest fires, drought, agricultural failure because of pest attacks and going incidences of vector borne diseases such as malaria, dengue etc.

Also, release of harmful gases during mining are polluting our environment. Air pollution in New Delhi is the foremost example. Pollution is leading to many types of lungs and heart disease, especially among children and adults. Thus, it is a global health concern. And we must seriously look into this issue.

Heavy reliance on oil is also a major problem India is facing. We are importing more than 80% of our oil requirements. It add to the expenditure on public purse.

At an individual level, we should reduce our consumption. We should use public transportations while commuting. We should switch off fan and lights when we are not using them. We should also adopt solar panels for rooftop electricity generation.

Therefore, in order to maintain the sustainability of energy resources and purity of our environment, it is important that countries should do following things. First, they should try to reduce their dependence on fossil fuels. Secondly, countries should try to adopt clean energy resources such as solar energy, wind energy, hydro electricity etc. Thirdly, public transportation should be preferably citizens instead of private vehicle. Fourthly, government should shift transportation towards electric mobility.

Thus, in order to ensure that the coming generation do not face the threat of climate change and energy insecurity we all must act now. Like we have recovered from the ozone layer depletion. We must also collaborate on climate change issue constructively. It is wisely said, “nature respects those who respect nature”.