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The lesson has topics like antimicrobial resistance and action taken at global and national levels , yoga, zero budget natural farming , lateral entry of domain experts etc Please do rate review and recommend the course if you like it

P L Bhargavi
A speck of universe, trying to save her instincts and intuitions from the robotic chores. scored 150 in geography optional II

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4 reasons for Antibiotic Resistance in India and leading to creation of superbugs : 1) Over the counter sale 2) Rampant Prescriptions by the doctors. 3) Discountinuing a course of antibiotic in between 4) Through our diet we are getting it as livestock are fed antibiotics rampantly. Our National Health Policy 2017 also addresses it and above issues.
Patanjali the the father of yoga and include not only physical exercises but also include yam, niyam, asana, pranayam etc which is controlling breath, self control etc as mentioned by patanjali in yogasutra. Need to reach Poorest of poor suffering from ailments and rich suffering from various NCDs like Obesity.
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  1. 1st June 2018 mains questions based on the Hindu


  2. What is your opinion regarding the lateral entry of domain experts into the government service.? Responsible government has three characteristic:s 1. Independence of Judiciary 2. executive under constant scrutiny of Legislature and 3. maintenance of bureaucratic neutrality


  3. Andhra Pradesh wood fully embrace zero budget natural farming chemical free method that would cover all farmers by 2024 Discuss the prospects of zero budget natural farming under zbnf 1. Seeds treated with cow dung cow urine and other local materials Soil rejuvenated with cow dung cow urine and other local materials to increase microbes Cover crops straw and other organic matter to retain 2. 3. soil moisture 4. Soil erosion for favourable soil conditions


  4. Yield higher No important fertilizers and pesticides Less inputs compared to organic farming Need for systematic scaling up based on Agro ecological principles Advantages


  5. World is in a critical situation on many ecologica limitations and establishing a system that shows promise in improving the global environment while supporting people sustainably is worth implementing. Conclusiorn


  6. An introduction to yoga The concepts and practices of Yoga originated in India about several thousand years ago. Its founders were great Saints and Sages. Yoga gives health insurance at zero budget. Discuss. The greatYogis presented rational interpretation of experiences of Yoga and brought about a practical and scientifically sound method within every one's reach. Yoga is universal in character for practice and application irrespective of culture, nationality, race, caste, creed, sex, age and physical condition.


  7. Raja Yoga popularly known as "Ashtanga Yoga" is for all-round development of human beings. These are Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi. These steps are believed to have a potential for improvement of physical health by enhancing circulation of oxygenated blood in the body, retraining the sense organs thereby inducing tranquility and serenity of mind. The practice of Yoga prevents psychosomatic disorders and improves an individual's resistance and ability to endure stressful situations.


  8. It does not require a professional training to practice yoga Zero investment Insurance Once in lifetime training can be fruitful throughout the life Many free camps are being organised the poorest of the poor. That is still a challenge. . The awareness regarding benefits must percolate into


  9. Antibiotic resistance occurs when bacteria develop the ability to defeat the drugs designed to kill them. Antibiotic resistance has become a challenge to the Global community How is it being at rest at Global and national levels? .When bacteria become resistant, antibiotics cannot fight them, and the bacteria multiply. Antibiotic resistance is one of the most urgent threats to the public's health. Antibiotic resistant bacteria can cause illnesses that were once easily treatable with antibiotics to become untreatable, leading to dangerous infections Antibiotic-resistant bacteria are often more difficult to kill and more expensive to treat. In some cases, the antibiotic-resistant infections can lead to serious disability or even death.


  10. WHO is providing technical assistance to help countries develop their national action plans, and strengthen their health and surveillance systems so that they can prevent and manage antimicrobial resistance. It is collaborating with partners to strengthen the evidence base and develop new responses to this global threat. WHO is working closely with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) in a 'One Health' approach to promote best practices to avoid the emergence and spread of antibiotic resistance, including optimal use of antibiotics in both humans and animals. WHO