Story of two A/C installations: Efficiency gap between India & developed countries (Divya Bhaskar 1)

બે એ/સી ઇન્સ્ટોલેશનની વાત: ભારત અને વિકસિત દેશો વચ્ચે કાર્યક્ષમતાનું અંતર In 2003, I bought an a/c for our home in Japan. After I completed the purchase, the cash register person asked me about the delivery time and date. I was surprised and didn’t know how to respond. The friend explained that they would deliver according to the slot that suits them and you. To my surprise, the person came as per the scheduled slot. I was looking for his helper and later realized he carried the box single-handedly in a trolley, removed his shoes and went about work. In

Story of two A/C installations: Efficiency gap between India & developed countries (Divya Bhaskar 1)2024-04-22T13:33:40+05:30

Your participation is required in India’s growth story! (Divya Bhaskar 2)

Source: Divya Bhaskar (Gujarati), Apr 7, 2022 Last week, I discussed India's abysmal ranking (below 120) in per capita GDP worldwide despite being among the top five economies by size. We must address this issue instead of celebrating our position among the top five global economies. Over the past decade, the total size of the economy has improved significantly. However, without improvement in the per capita GDP, it's unlikely that everyone will experience the actual benefits that we deserve. While celebrating the overall economic growth, quality is also required, not just quantity. We must also be aware of our role

Your participation is required in India’s growth story! (Divya Bhaskar 2)2024-04-22T13:28:28+05:30

Are you ready – to contribute to the compounding of the Indian economy? (Divya Bhaskar 3)

Source: Divya Bhaskar (Gujarati), Apr 15, 2024. Source: Divya Bhaskar, Gujarati During the last two weeks, we have discussed the importance of individual participation and the quest to be the best in the world in what we do.  Now, I want us to imagine what the year 2050 would mean to the Indian economy and you!  Before we do that, let’s understand the principles. Rule of 72 and compounding:  Unfortunately, most of us don’t use compounding after we learn in school.  Let me put things in perspective.  If you are growing your investment or economy at 8%, dividing

Are you ready – to contribute to the compounding of the Indian economy? (Divya Bhaskar 3)2024-04-22T13:28:36+05:30

International Conference Presentation-Exploring Childhood Trauma’s Impact On Women’s Financial Well-Being

The following work done by the team at the Society for Energy & Emotions and Osat Knowledge Pvt Ltd was presented at the Annual International Conference on Harmony on Innovation at the DY Patil B-School, Pune. The work supports the model highlighted below that we use in our daily work - about the role of childhood trauma on long-term behavioural issues, that was explicitly studied among the women. Exploring Childhood Trauma’s Impact On Women's Financial Well-Being Author Details: *Ruhi Pabari1, Gunjan Y Trivedi2, Amit Trivedi3 1, 2 Society for Energy & Emotions, Wellness Space, Ahmedabad, 3Osat Knowledge Pvt Ltd, Mumbai.

International Conference Presentation-Exploring Childhood Trauma’s Impact On Women’s Financial Well-Being2024-04-29T16:35:43+05:30

Book Chapter (Social media & Mental health) in the book the Changing Landscape of School Psychology

Book Chapter (Social media & Mental health) in the book the Changing Landscape of School Psychology We are pleased to share that one of our studies on the impact of social media usage on mental health is now included in the recently published book (See the details below) Summary of the findings: The results indicated that higher usage of social media resulted in a negative impact on mental health parameters. The high (4-6 hours) to very high usage categories (>6 hours) had higher odds of poor mental health outcomes compared to low usage (<2 hours). Young individuals (Aged <=18-25) are

Book Chapter (Social media & Mental health) in the book the Changing Landscape of School Psychology2024-04-17T17:15:48+05:30
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