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Advantages of introducing Islamic banking system in India

Islamic banking system in IndiaAs seen in the previous context, announcement of the instituting ‘Islamic banking system’ by the Indian government has garnered nation-wide interest in recent months. The article primarily focusses on the socio-economic development and in promoting egalitarianism or Islamic banking in India. Continue »

Future scope for exports of garments from India

Future scope for exports of garments from India to UKIn interpreting the globally competitive clothing industry specifically in the post regime of Multi Fiber Agreement, the Government of India has been concentrating on 3 areas- modernization through technological up-gradation, stable policy environment and global brands building for Indian clothes. Continue »

 
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Time series and forecasting models in disease epidemiology

Time series analysis refers to analysis of observations that are time-dependent. Therefore, observations from an event are dependent upon the time at which it took place. Time intervals can be minutes, hours, days, months or years. Observing the trends of these events over a long period enables identifying hidden relationships. Moreover, future trends can be predicted using this analysis. Continue »

Systematic review of forecasting models in disease epidemiology

In the previous article, the role and advantages of using forecasting models in disease epidemiology was discussed. Forecasting models are important tools assisting public health decision making. They help predict future disease trends, incidents and possible risks in a population or community. Continue »

Significance of statistical analysis in epidemiological studies

Infectious diseases continue to pose significant threat to humans and animals. Stringent disease control policies and advancement in vaccines have not eradicated them. Therefore, in 2015 alone, 10 top deadly diseases were responsible for killing 30 million people. Among these diseases, communicable diseases like lower respiratory infections, diarrhea, tuberculosis and HIV were the major culprits (World Health Organization, 2017). Continue »

Drug related hypersensitivity to Paracetamol

Paracetamol was discovered by McNeil Laboratories in 1955 as an analgesic and antipyretic for children and is further said to be a non-opiod analgesic and is often known as acetaminophen. It is considered as a first line analgesic and is considered safe and effective in pain relieve against muscoskeletal pain caused due to rheumatoid arthritis and fever. Continue »

Impact of demonetization on India’s real estate sector

A sudden ban on the existing Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 currency notes shook the Indian economy and real estate sector which was evident after the third quarter of the financial year 2016-17. The announcement of demonetization and implementation of the Benami Properties Act for unregulated properties took place in the same year. Economists predicted the growth rate of the real estate sector to slow down more than ever as a result. Continue »

Challenges faced by the Indian real estate sector

Indian Real estate sectorThe Indian real estate sector has come a long way since the 1990s’ by becoming one of the fastest growing markets in the world. It is not only successfully attracting domestic real estate investment but foreign investments too. The growth of the industry is attributed mainly to India’s growing population, rising income level and rapid urbanization. However, despite the positive outlook for the sector in the coming years, it is battling challenges. Continue »

Impact of Real Estate Regulation and Development Act (RERA) on India’s real estate sector

The Real Estate Regulation and Development Act (RERA) 2016 is a revolutionary Act in the history of the Indian real estate sector.  It was introduced first in the year 2013, but due to objections raised in the parliament, it came into effect only in May 2016. Furthermore, it was introduced to protect home buyers’ interests and also to boost investment in the real estate sector. The Act aims to improve transparency and encourage fair practices in the sector. Continue »

Drug related hypersensitivity to Penicillin

Penicillin was discovered by Ernest Duchesne in 1896 and Alexander Fleming by isolating the antibiotic substance from the fungus Penicillium chrysogenum. The fungus produces this antibiotic when its food resources are limited as a mechanism to kill bacteria. It is used in the treatment of a variety of infections (such as scarlet fever, skin, ear and throat infection, pneumonia, rheumatic fever, chorea). Continue »

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