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News Articles by Plaksha Faculty

Plaksha's global faculty offers cutting-edge insights on grand challenges, technology education, economic trends and more.

The GDP-global warming relationship: How climate change can impact the global economy

The effect of climate change on the economy of a country can be quantitatively assessed from the change in the growth metrics of that country, indicated by its Gross Domestic Product.

Dr. Shashikant Pawar, Faculty at Plaksha

July 28, 2022 | Times of India

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The GDP-global warming relationship: How climate change can impact the global economy

World Environment Day: Nature inspired design for sustainable development

Three dimensions of sustainability are important to keep in mind while adopting new products, utilities or services having advanced technologies.

By Dr. Shashikant Pawar, Faculty at Plaksha

June 5, 2022 | Financial Express

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World Environment Day: Nature inspired design for sustainable development

Mother's Day: Economic benefits of women’s choice of when to have kids

In terms of addressing the unmet needs of family planning and taking control over the population numbers, public policies on family planning in India have had mixed successes.

Dr. Kirti Khanna, Faculty at Plaksha

May 08, 2022 | FirstPost

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Mother's Day: Economic benefits of women’s choice of when to have kids

Circular economy in wastewater: What is wastewater anyway?

Wastewater includes solid waste as well, and all of this collectively goes into the municipal wastewater treatment plant, also called the sewage treatment plant (STP).

Dr. Prashanth Suresh Kumar, Faculty at Plaksha

March 21, 2022 | FirstPost

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Circular economy in wastewater: What is wastewater anyway?

International Women’s Day 2022: On inclusivity of women in labor force

The meagre representation of women in the labor force, and the consistent disparity between male and female labor force participation rates over the years despite improving educational outcomes for women and lowering fertility rates is alarming.

By Dr. Kriti Khanna, Faculty at Plaksha

March 8, 2022 | Financial Express Online

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International Women’s Day 2022: On inclusivity of women in labor force

How tech education will evolve in 2022?

Most information is readily available - the information-relay centric teaching has to transform radically — an idea much more easily understood than practiced.

Dr. Rudra Pratap | Founding Vice Chancellor, Plaksha University

January 24, 2022 | Times of India

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Developing AI based predictive technologies for epidemic management and preparedness

A detailed mathematical analysis of probability matrices using AI help countries to get predictive capabilities about the changing landscape of the epidemic over time.

Dr. Amrik Sen | Faculty at Plaksha

September 21, 2021 | Financial Express

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Developing AI based predictive technologies for epidemic management and preparedness