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Affect of Covid-19 on academic curriculum Chinese universities

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Affect of Covid-19 on academic curriculum Chinese universities The COVID 19 pandemic affected the studies of the students globally. The Indian students who enrolled in Chinese academic institutions and are stranded back at home due to the epidemic are asked by the Chinese government and the education ministry to remain in touch with their schools and colleges. Students must closely follow the instructions provided by the government to protect their academic progress through online classes. Students who do not reside in or near the state of their educational institution will have to do something regarding their studies.

Most of the students who were pursuing their studies, especially MBA from various Chinese Universities, left for India during the New Year holidays in January, which was just about when the coronavirus pandemic started in China, following which the international travel was disbanded. Currently, the foreign students who study in Chinese universities are not allowed to enter the country. Still, the government of China gives great importance to the legitimate rights of foreign students.

The Indian Embassy consulted the Chinese officials about the news that the Indian students and teachers are not allowed until further notice. The Chinese government responded to this by saying that they are trying their best to promote the students’ interests. Children who live outside the country will be taken care of, and that they will look after the academic curriculum of the students through online classes. They further said that institutions would respond to the students’ demands and queries as soon as they arise, providing absolute cooperation.

China’s entry and exit policies are still being adjusted, and the students are requested to keep close contact with their respective colleges and Universities. Students must follow the various Chinese universities’ rules and regulations to protect their academic interests and year.

 

Sweeping changes in considering nominations: Oscars

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Sweeping changes in considering nominations: Oscars  In a historic move, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Tuesday made vast improvements to their nominations criteria, raising the inclusion bar for the best picture nominees for the 96th Academy Awards in 2024. The sweeping changes introduced are intended to encourage diversity in a film’s incumbent cast and crew. The Film Academy has established four categories: on screencast; at the studio; among the crew; and individuals seeking opportunities for training and advancement.

Each standard has detailed subcategories. To meet the on-screen representation standards, a film must involve at least one lead character or a supporting character with a significant role from an underrepresented racial or ethnic group. Moreover, 30 percent of the entire on-screen cast must come from the two under-represented groups. It must be that the story, theme, or the narrative focuses on a group that had faced discrimination or injustice across the world. According to the film academy, under-represented groups tend to include women, people of color, the LGBTQ community, or people with disabilities.

The Best Film award, which is given to the producers of a film, is a category for which all Film Academy members can vote. All the different classes are likely to be organized according to the current eligibility requirements. The second category deals with artistic management and team composition for a film.

Generally, to complete a film, both of them must have no fewer than two managerial positions or division heads from an underrepresented group.

The third category includes paid internship and apprenticeship options, in addition to training options for lower-level staff, and the fourth category addresses the delineation of advertising, promotion, and distribution groups.  Besides, they took into consideration the rank standards used by the British Film Institute and the British Academy of Film and Television Awards.

Delhi breathed fresh air after 5 years

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Delhi breathed fresh air after 5 years Delhi yesterday recorded the cleanest air after 5 years overall air quality index (AQI) is 41. Delhi served the first time fresh air after april 2015. Due to less pollution this was the lowest-ever reading since in 5 years central pollution control board.

 

So far, the last time it’s been August is the fourth time good quality air delhi has experienced. Where air quality is recorded 50 or below and now its fifth time in a year. The lowest air quality was checked in july 2017, when it was 43.

 

When the air quality index (AQI) was launched in 2015, Delhi recorded no good quality of air those days. Even 2016 entire year Delhi has not registered any day with (AQI). In 2017, Delhi got two days of better air quality index 30 and 31st july. Where air quality recorded 43 and 47 respectively.

 

Due to over population even 2018 doesn’t record any single day with good air quality said central pollution control board. Its fruitful 2019 when delhi registered a good air quality index (AQI) on 18 and 19 august recorded 49 air quality.

 

CPCB officials have notified that there will be more days in September where Delhi can experience a good air quality index because of the rain. It also expected due heavy rains in September the AQI will come down more. As per the central pollution control board said the AQI was on 50 on 13 and 20 august. But, it fell down to 45 after heavy rain on 24.

 

Anumita roy chowdhury, the executive director of research and advocacy at center for science and environment also notified that good monsoon will help the capital of the country (delhi) to record the good quality of air in the entire year.

 

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