Health programs, policies and infrastructure of Madhya Pradesh

Health programs, policies and infrastructure of Madhya Pradesh Public private partnership for health infrastructure Although the government employs qualified health care practitioners and in many rural areas, the government staff is the only source of qualified health care, the less than qualified providers (non registered practitioners) predominate in rural areas and this trend is also … Read more


Biotechnology is defined as the industrial application of living organisms and their biological processes such as biochemistry, microbiology, and genetic engineering, in order to make best use of the microorganisms for the benefit of mankind. Modern biotechnology provides breakthrough products and technologies to combat debilitating and rare diseases, reduce our environmental footprint, feed the hungry, … Read more

Indian Society

Features of Indian Society India is a vast country and has a long history. Its society has evolved through the ages and has also been affected by foreign influences giving it extreme diversity and made unity amidst diversity a characteristic of the Indian society. However, to understand the process, we need to understand the meaning … Read more

Availability of doctor & Paramedical staff. Health services in rural area

             Healthcare Facilities in Rural Areas   indigenous systems of medicine; drugs and pharmaceuticals. Public health being a State subject, the primary responsibility to provide improved access to healthcare services is that of the State Governments. However, under National Health Mission (NHM) financial support is provided to State/UT Governments to strengthen their healthcare systems to … Read more

Malnutrition,its causes and effects and Govt. programmes for supplementary Nutrition

WHO Defines Malnutrition as “Malnutrition refers to deficiencies, excesses, or imbalances in a person’s intake of energy and/or nutrients. The term malnutrition addresses 3 broad groups of conditions: undernutrition, which includes wasting (low weight-for-height), stunting (low height-for-age) and underweight (low weight-for-age); micronutrient-related malnutrition, which includes micronutrient deficiencies (a lack of important vitamins and minerals) or … Read more

Family health, Communicable and non-communicable diseases and remedies

Human health and diseases According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), health is defined as: Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well being and not merely absence of disease or infirmity. Good health of an individual is important in order to ensure happiness and our ability to work. There are many … Read more

Vital statistics of Birth and Death

                 Health Status of the country The  health  of  a  nation  is  an  essential  component  of  development,  vital  to  the  nation‟s  economic growth and internal stability. Assuming the minimum level of health care to the  population  is  a  critical  constituent  of  the  development  process.  Many  countries  in  the  course of development  gone through what is … Read more

W.H.O.-Objectives, Structures, functions and its programmes

The World Health Organization (WHO) is the specialized organization for  international health within the United Nations’ system. WHO experts produce health guidelines and standards, and help countries to address public health issues. World Health Organization also  supports and promotes health research.WHO came into formal existence in 1948 as the UN specialist agency for health, incorporating … Read more

Human resource development

Education has been accepted as one major agency of socialization, and teachers and educational institutions as socializing agents. In describing education as an instrument of social change, three things are important: the agents of change, the content of change, and the social background of those who are sought to be changed, i.e. students. Educational institutions … Read more

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