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Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel COVID Hospital - 1000 Bed Hospital

1000 Bed Hospital The Central Government of India is very serious about the COVID-19 situation with very effective steps to curb the situation. As many countries have converted their stadiums, halls, and reception area as COVID wards to get patients. The Central Government has taken many steps of which this 1000 bed facility which also holds 250 ICU beds in just 11 days. The main efforts were made by DRDO which has also stated that Sardar Vallbhabhai Patel COVID Care Hospital will be named after the Galwan Valley Martyred Soldiers. This facility is primarily built by MoD, MHA, TATA Sons, and other Industries proving a COVID Care facility has made this for Delhi's patients where the number of cases is increasing day-by-day. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel COVID Hospital will have 4 Robots which will help in delivering food and medicines to the patients, there is also a facility for telephone, medicine store, lab, and WI-FI for all the staff and patients. The facility was built under a tent

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Exams For Civil Engineering If you are in core streams such as Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, and Computer Engineering you have many options for you to do post-graduation, get a job in public and/or private sector.  I was one of you when I was in the second and third year, but in this lockdown situation, I got to know about many entrance exams in our stream. Here are my opinion and information to share with you. Here we will see such Entrance Exam option: GATE: This exam is for all stream and after getting qualified, you can go for post-graduation, get PSU job, and get a job in many other companies that accept the applicant on the basis of the GATE score.  GATE scores are valid for 3 years. For more details, you can check here: ESE: ESE is Engineering Service Exam wherein you get selected for IES post that is Indian Engineering Services. This Exam goes for 3 days wherein it is divided into 3 parts that are objective, subjective,

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering What Is Civil Engineering? I am a Civil Engineering student, pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Mumbai. Before I took admission in this stream I had the only idea that Civil Engineering means building roads, bridges, and buildings, but after getting in this stream I came across such topics that I didn't think of. The Civil Engineering field does have building roads, bridges, buildings along with railways, irrigation projects, hydraulics, surveying, environmental engineering, and structural analysis. All day-to-day tasks we do right from morning to evening, all things are built and facilitated by Civil Engineers. Here I will try to give you a short idea of why you should choose this topic and why will it grow after this pandemic situation, unlike other fields. Let's see some core subjects: Strength Of Material: Here you will study in detail about the material and its properties such as stress and strain and basics of moment and torque. Structural Analysis: In Struc

Sagarmala Pariyojana

Sagarmala Pariyojana Ocean , the most important transportation way in current time as most of the cargo and oil shipment pass through waterways, we have seen a major development in ports and shipping yards. India has seen a major change in exports and imports pattern which is carried out by shipping. Hence developing and increasing ports and utilities for the shipping industry is seen to be an opportunity for mega port connectivity project called " Sagarmala Pariyojana ". The Sagarmala Pariyojana is also an initiative by the Indian government along with the Bharatmala Pariyojana . We can't just see both the project individually as both alone don't show any significance to the economic development. Sagarmala will consist of developing 14 Coastal Economic Zones and Coastal Employment Units which overall estimates an $8.5 trillion and aims to boost merchandise exports by $110 billion and generating over 10000000 direct and indirect jobs. With this, the Ministry of S

Bharatmala Pariyojana

Bharatmala Project In India , after Independence , the government formed a committee to find how the remote area and cities can be connected with each other by roads. The committee recommended plans of funds and research programs to develop roads for all-weather use. The roads were initially divided into 4 parts such as: >Natioanl Highways >State Highways >Major District Roads >Village Roads After many years reforms were made and Expressways were also added to the list and faster construction was assured.  As India is now on a stage where the infrastructure and facilities were much needed and thus new plans were floated. The new government made plans to cementing all the roads which also connects the village road. The New Project which is Bharatmala which means connecting the country link a mala (chain) via roads.  These roads will be connecting: Villages to > Cities to > Market Place to > Ports and Airports  (this is my way to show the connectivity). The Project:

What are National Project in India?

National Projects A developing country makes way to be a developed country by 2 ways that are economic reforms and new infrastructure. The economy is indirectly connected to infrastructure development. The infrastructure development projects need large funding and development area. In India, the projects which get funding which is 90% of the total cost of the project, and then the project is given National Project Status for completion in a time-bound manner. Projects listed in this status are the top priority of the government where the project majorly focuses on public welfare and provide employment to the locals. The project most of the time is seen to have created world records and name it in Guinness Book of World Record. Big projects such as multipurpose project, irrigation project, power generation, storage of water in barrages and dams which cannot bear the project cost will try to get this project status. Some of the most important projects which are under execution are: 1. Go

Mumbai Coastal Road Project

Mumbai Coastal Road Project Mumbai is one of the densest city where the ever-increasing traffic have made the city to think on the private car and vehicle on the road. The city has seen growth in both public and private transportation systems where the public system has to increase more than the private system but in the private system even increasing a single percentage will have a vast effect on the traffic. The coastal road project is a target for the private transportation system where it will only increase the private cars on the road and increase the flow. Here we are not going to talk only the cons but this is the points which are to be seen for a project which is this vast and targeted to a large population. The coastal road project was proposed in the year 2015. The coastal road project can be stated as: An 8 Lane Expressway, 12000 crore cost, Connecting Marine Line to Kandivali. The project was also opposed by the environmentalist because the project will have vast reclamatio

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