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Fiinovation Reviews – Is It Ache Din For Farmers In The Country? Posted By: Anand Kumar India has always remain a nation that known for its agriculture and majorly of the citizens depends on the age old occupation to survive. The sector still faces a lot of challenges in terms of growth, revenue, technological advancements, degradation of natural resources and climate change. The nation’s strategy to boost service and manufacturing has ensured that GDP grows rapidly, however slower agricultural growth has not been able to help the farming community much. The rural distress has increased over the years and the sector needs a second green revolution to adapt to climate change. Every year we celebrate Kisan Diwas in the country on the birth anniversary of former Prime Minister Chaudhary Charan Singh. As of today agriculture remains the primary occupation of majority of the people, despite attraction from the service and manufacturing sectors. Agriculture income generation has been a challenge and will continue to be untill concrete steps are taken to boost the sector. Fiinovation understands that more private sector money has been invested to upgrade the status of the sector. However, there are still numerous opportunity that is yet to be tapped.

Fiinovation Fiinovation Reviews Warmer Winters & Food Security Posted By: Anand Kumar Fiinovation reviews that experts and farmers are continuously reviewing the warmer temperatures during winter across India. It can be observed that since mid-October the hills in India have been unusually hotter than ever. There is no rain, not much snowfall and not much chilling for the winter crops to grow. It is believed that temperatures ranging between a daily minimum of zero degree celsius and a maximum of below 15 degree celsius is ideal for winter crops. Whereas, the temperatures in Shimla these days are above 20 degrees during day time and around 7 degrees at night which is harmful for crops. Fiinovation reviews the temperature in the hills is more like Delhi, Chandigarh and other parts of the plains. The situation is same in Mahabaleshwar and other places where the farmers are facing loss of crops because of this winter. Not only this the entire Indo-Gangetic plain is experiencing adverse effects of the winter on rabi crops. As per Agriculture Ministry, the wheat productivity is likely to decline for the second year in a row with sown area till December-end lagging by 2 hectares from last year. The situation is simlar when comes to Rice, pulses and oil seeds.

Fiinovation Fiinovation Stands With Chennai Posted By: Anand Kumar People formed human chains to save themselves from drowning as floods ravaged the southern metropolitan city of Chennai. The city witnessed the worst floods in decades with highest amount of rainfall in over 100 years. Home to 4.8 million people and third most densely populated city in the country came to grinding halt for almost a week as citizens battered the untimely rains. In this crisis situation, all of India is standing by Chennai to help it gather momentum once again. Fiinovation the situation as tough as huge amount of population has lost their belongings due to the floods. The centre has poured in funds after sending the Indian Army and the NDRF teams to carry out the rescue operations. As many limp back to normal life, it will be challenging for them to restore back to normalcy. There will be huge amount of investments required to improve the ground situation, so that the city is better prepared. However, Fiinovation believes that for the marginalised sections such as slum dwellers, it will be more challenging. Relief for them will be depending on their luck and muscle power.

Fiinovation Fiinovation – Digital Revoulution Vs Social Revolution Posted By: Anand Kumar The Digital Revolution, known as the Third Industrial Revolution, is the change from analog, mechanical, and electronic technology to digital which began anywhere from the late 1950s to the late 1970s with the adoption and proliferation of digital computers and digital record keeping, that continues to the present day. Although, there is no universal and authoratative definition of social revolution, it can be termed as a radical qualitative change in the entire socio-economic structure and functions of society. In my opinion, digital and social revolutions are not mutually exclusive and cannot work in isolation from each other. Fiinovation believes that both are complementary to each other and infact works on each other. Digital processes and connectivity whether the Internet or mobile phones are rapidly bringing market information, financial services, health services to remote areas, and is helping to change peoples’ life in unprecedented ways. This can be seen by the impact of ICT has had globally and nationally. The arab spring in which totalitarian regimes and dictators were toppled might not have been possible in the absence of social media which helped people communicate in real time and e xchange information which strengthened the movement.

Fiinovation Fiinovation – Digital Revolution Vs Social Revolution Posted By: Anand Kumar The word revolution originally denoted any form of social uprising which brought about or intended to bring about a radical change and generating impact in the society. However, with the progress of civilization, the meaning of revolution had gone sea change, it is now any event or process which becomes a driving force of social evolution can be termed as some sort of a ‘revolution’. And the original meaning of revolution, that is transformation in power dynamics due to military or public furore, earned the nomenclature of ‘social revolution’. The commencement of industrialization was the most important historic process which was responsible for adding a new dimension to the word revolution with the coinage of the term Industrial Revolution. Fiinovation comprehends the industrial revolution was an integral part of social evolution as it facilitated the birth of the modern age. However, the revolutionary spirit of humans is irresistible and revolutions of all sorts still continue to facilitate social evolution. And post the industrial revolution the game changer in the league of various revolutions is undoubtedly the Digital Revolution which has already become the most popular of all the revolutions so far.

Fiinovation Fiinovation: More Csr Grants To Educational Projects Posted By: Anand Kumar The CSR funding in India has proved to be game changer in the funding of social sector. It has provided much support to the Civil Society Organisation (CSOs). Earlier, these non-profit organisations working for the development of the society were depended on charities, donations and government grants. But, with the mandating of CSR in India these institutions have found a support from the corporate sector. The CSR grants in India have made an impact on the successful implementation of the projects in the field of health, education, environment and livelihood. Some companies have setup their own foundation and teams for implementing the projects under CSR, while others prefer the funds to be spend through NGOs and other non-profit organisations. The trend of CSR spending in India suggests that the companies are giving preference to education projects in the country. Setting up vocational institutions, schools and computer training centers have been the top priorities. Companies like Reliance, Tata, Wipro and Infosys have initiated projects for employment related skill development training. Fiinovation believes that giving priority to education projects is the right strategy for uplifting the people and society. Good education can boost the development of the company.

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Fiinovation Fiinovation Reviews: ‘guarding The Blue Gold’ Posted By: Anand Kumar The next world war will not be fought over oil. The most valuable commodity that will take precedence over any other coveted substance is water. This elucidates the challenge faced by the world to access to fresh water. In India too, there is a large percentage of people who have a restricted access to clean water. We have heard of the popular saying that every drop of water counts. This is soon going to become the reality. Fiinovation, a CSR based research consultancy, mentions that in an era of water scarcity, only traditional methods of water storage, management and distribution can support people’s ability to deal with the growing problem. Philanthropically, in India if a person built a water body or contributed financially to its construction, it was considered as a good deed. Thus, the world was introduced to India’s step-well architecture for water preservation and optimum distribution. A step well comprise of three segments-steep well, transitional pavilions and the stepped corridors. Other water management structures included community wells for drinking water also known as baoris; check dams for water conservation known as Johads and underground water structures for facilitating drinking water known as kunds were constructed.

Fiinovation Fiinovation – Rural Tourism, Developing India Posted By: Anand Kumar A land of variance, India has always been a great prospect for tourism. From mystic temples, alluring landscapes to dazzling rivers, green forests, lively souls and their extraordinary culture defines ‘Incredible India’. As stated by a report by World Bank in 2014, 68 percent of the total population of India still resides in the rural areas. Fiinovation believes that tourism holds a great prospect in supporting development of rural India. Intensive industrialization and urbanization have resulted in counter-urbaniztion by the citizens. The term ‘Counter urbanization’ is explained as a social and demographic process where people migrate from urban areas back to rural areas. The limited job opportunities in urban regions, limits the income generation among the population in these areas, thus obstructing improvement in people’s standard of living. Hence, the urban population are practicing counter urbanization in search of better livelihood opportunities. The government of India under rural tourism scheme have stated to promote village tourism. The aim is to encourage the development of rural tourism among the village population for them to reap socio-economic benefits. This has increased the interest of the urban population to explore the rural economy of India. Gradually, developing rural India.

Fiinovation Fiinovation – Nature, Tourism & Ecological Conservation Posted By: Anand Kumar Manali, Himachal Pradesh which is one of the major tourism destinations in India, has been witnessing large human conglomeration due to tourist inflow, putting enormous pressure at one particular eco-sensitive zone. In the last 15 years, the landscape of Manali has been completely transformed, from construction of hotels and resorts to building infrastructure for adventure activities in and around Manali. Fiinovation – All these seems to be a very good opportunity for the livelihood of the locals and economy of the district, however, if it’s not planned well, it could be a disaster in the making. Manali also witnessed extensive road construction to nearby areas, thus, improving connectivity and making the place accessible to tourists. There was a time when places such as Shimla, Manali, Nainital, Mussoorie, Dehradun etc. were one of the best places with natural beauty in the country to visit. However, what we see now is less of nature and more of concrete. Yet, the government doesn’t seem to stop and wants to connect Manali with Keylong with the construction of the Rohtang Tunnel worth Rs 17 billion that will reduce a distance of 60 kms to just 8 kms.

Fiinovation Fiinovation – Land Encroachment- A Threat To Urban Development Posted By: Anand Kumar Fiinovation – Encroachment can be explained as the act of gradually taking possession of something on which one does not have legal rights. Encroachment in physical infrastructures or property can be explained as building infrastructure in the bounds of property belonging to a government, individual or an institution. Land encroachment in India is prevalent in both rural and urban areas. An increase in population and depletion of natural resources like water, land and clean air etc. are creating challenges for sustainable urban development. Government of India’s plan for development of smart cities need natural resources with pre-requisite land space to develop smart infrastructures. Land encroachment in these urban areas has resulted in unplanned growth and environmental degradation. It is observed that the encroached urban slum areas is generally at a high risk of health. According to various research reports, encroachments in the catchment areas of water bodies have now reached an unsustainable level. As mentioned by the Ministry of Urban Development, the demand for water is expected to increase to 189 million litres per day in 2030 from 83 million per day at present. This is a major factor leading to depletion of surface and ground level water.

Fiinovation Fiinovation: The Billionaire Villages Posted By: Anand Kumar While India is still talking of poor rural India, Baladia is giving the government of India reasons to cheer and be proud of. Baladia is a small hamlet at a distance of 15 kms from Bhuj, Gujarat. Eight nationalized banks serve 1,292 households in the hamlet. The village enjoys the pride of bank deposits worth rupees twenty billion. It is one of a dozen wealthy Patel villages near Bhuj. The bank deposits in Madhapar village stands at 50 billion with 7,630 households while Kera village possess another 20 million bank deposits with 1,863 families. What is interesting is that more than fifty percent of this money is from NRI sources. Fiinovation – These banks in the villages offer ten percent interest rates on deposits by NRIs. Specifically, few villages in Kutch like Madhapar and Baldia possess a huge deposit from NRIs, which is highest amongst all other states in India. Around thirty 30 branches and 24 ATMs of banks have been set up in Madhapar, Baladia and Kera. The bankers shares that Nanpura, Sukhpar, Samatra, Kodaki, Bharasar, Rampar-Vekara, Mankuva and other such villages have bank deposits in the range of Rs. 100 to Rs. 500 crores.

Fiinovation Posted By: Anand Kumar In ancient India, communication manifested itself in various forms. Mythological and historical references mention the use of scrolls and messengers to write, carry, deliver and read messages by a sender to a receiver. Fiinovation Complaints – The technological advancement in telecommunications has resulted in making it an engine of development in India. In 1999, the government of India made a number of changes in the mobile communications regulatory and policy framework, lending importance to the need for technological advancement in the sector. This provided a platform to many service providers to explore the Indian market, and bring this mode of communication to every household. Since the time of mobile revolution, India has not looked back. Mobiles have reached to the areas where accessibility remains an issue. Currently, after 15 years of modifications in the policies, India has more mobile phone subscribers than toilets in households. This justifies the growth and transition of the industry since 2000. According to Census 2011, approximately 72.18 percent of the total population lives in the rural areas, out of which only 44 percent forms the total rural mobile market.

Fiinovation Complaints Fiinovation – Vision 2022: Are We On The Right Path? Posted By: Anand Kumar After a decisive mandate last year, the present government has led ambitious plans to transform India into a prosperous nation by 2022. The significance of the year lie in the fact that India will complete 75 years of independence from British rule. The vision of the government aims to ensure employment, economic opportunity, housing, electricity, water, sanitation, connectivity, medical facility, schools for the Indian citizens. Fiinovation Complaints – This vision will adhere to the growing demand of the citizens of India of sustained rapid economic growth, especially in the manufacturing sector. It will also ensure that the States act as development partners and support a stable macroeconomic environment aiming cooperative and competitive federalism in the country. The good news is that the government has already started implementing reforms to change the investment climate in India and attracting investors from across the globe. Today, it is very important to ensure speedy and direct delivery of social benefits to the elderly and the underprivileged. Fiinovation complaints believes that the government should work towards reforms that include liberalization of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), enhancing investment in infrastructure (roads, railways, rural infrastructure, housing etc.

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Fiinovation Posted By: Anand Kumar Fiinovation – During the Millennium declaration the world not only came together for elimination of poverty, but also for saving our children. Today, as we near the end of the Millennium Development Goals, the world can proudly say that we have saved 90 million children who could have died if mortality rates would have been stuck at 1990 level. The joint efforts of nations have ensured that there is a drop in number of deaths due to measles among children from 482,000 in 2000 to 86,000 in 2012. This is majorly due to large coverage of immunization that significantly increased from 16% in 1980 to 84% in 2012. Fiinovation applauds the efforts and believes that the world in the post-2015 development scenario should not keep remaining 16% children out of the immunization coverage. The world should reach a stage where no child should have to give up his life due to healthcare issues. There are global concerns on food security and malnutrition over the last few decades. There has been significant improvement that has led to a 37% drop in stunting since 1990, but a lot of efforts are still needed to combat malnutrition.
Fiinovation Fiinovation: Ecotourism – A Step Towards Achieving Sustainability! Posted By: Anand Kumar Fiinovation – With rapid economic development, tourism is subsequently gaining high potential mainly among the middle and high class society, thereby creating a high pressure on the natural resources. Further, due to technology advancement, Fiinovation believes more and more ecologically fragile and remote areas are being explored and made accessible by the tourism agencies/departments in order to attract large number of tourists and high profits. Despite the national parks being closed during mating season, this is not only resulting in degradation of natural habitat of wildlife but presence of large numbers of tourists often disturbs the animal’s mating patterns, thereby, resulting in decreased numbers. Further, large scale construction of roads, hotels, lodges and other tourist facilities within these natural areas have resulted in increased deforestation and environmental pollution, thereby contributing to long term climatic changes. In addition, lack of environmental concerns and unsustainable littering habits of the tourists further degrades the aesthetic value of these natural areas. Thus, irresponsible tourism not only affects the natural ecosystem but also creates an uncomfortable environment for the local people living in these areas.

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