Health care system of India in the times of Corona

How the Indian health care system dealt with the covid terror

– Shubhra SPM

The health care system of India has proved to be very efficient and robust as we observe the transition from the period of early corona stages to the post corona era. The world is slowly healing from the tragedy of the coronavirus. It wasn’t long ago that the whole world seemed distressed but with the expertise of our medical warriors, the doctors and nurses, we have sought to bring change. With the covid cases per day dropping stealthily, we finally realise how efficiently the Indian health care system handled the situation. 

Despite the fact that the whole world was suffering, the health care system of India was facing a whole different battle. With a population of over 138 crore people, the horror was way more than that of other countries and the health care system of India deserves a standing ovation on how they dealt with this hazardous situation of panic and terror.

India began taking all required measures in a timely manner, including border security, and rescue operations of stranded citizens. Huge community monitoring via a rigorous disease system, health infrastructure reinforcing has been ensured. With training programmes of over two million frontline human resources, crisis communication, and community participation things are finally in control. Every citizen with the health care system of India ensured to do their bits in this fight.

India and other countries

India is a 3rd world country and even with a population of over One Hundred and thirty-eight crore people (138 crores). The country has led a great battle of bringing the daily cases to 12,000 from a terrible condition of 4 lakh cases per day in May 2021. There are first world countries like Amsterdam with not even one-tenth of what is the population of India recording 10 thousand cases per day. tells us how systematically the health care system has worked to fight the virus. Our health care officers and our citizens have been vigilant about the situation and worked accordingly in everyone’s welfare. 

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Given the overwhelming population of the country, the health care system of India has done a tremendous job in safeguarding its people from the deadly virus. The corona cases might have surged with the timely covid19 waves, but with the doctors and the health care system of India syncing along with the needs of the people, making the citizens follow the covid norms and precautions systematically, and ensuring free vaccination for every citizen. 


CAT 2021: Registration, Exam Dates, Eligibility, Exam Pattern & Syllabus.

CAT 2021 Exam will be regulated by the IIM, Ahmedabad. The exam will be organized in the last week of November 2021. Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) will organize the CAT 2021 exam. It is computer based admission test conducted for admissions in PG & Fellow management programmes offered by IIMs all over the country. Various B Schools and other management instituions in India will consider the CAT score for providing admission in MBA, PGDM & other PG management courses.

CAT refers to Common Admission Test which is one of the most sought exam for management courses. It is organized only once in a year. Students appearing for CAT 2021 exam can check complete details from below including notification, dates, application, pattern etc


NEET cut-off 2020 released, check here Read more at:

A total of 7,71,500 candidates have qualified the NEET UG  2020 examination which was held on September 13.
New Delhi:This year, the NEET cut-off scores for unreserved and EWS has increased from 701-134 in NEET 2019 to 720-147 in NEET result 2020. The NEET cut-off 2020 for Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST) and Other Backward Classes (OBC) have also gone up from 133-107 last year to 146-113 in NEET result 2020. The NEET cut-off 2020 for PwD categories has risen too. From 133-120 for unreserved and EWS candidates to 146-129 in NEET result 2020. For the differently-abled among the OBC, SC and ST candidates, the NEET cut-off 2020 has gone up from 119-107 last year to 128-113 in

Category Cut off percentile NEET 2020 cutoff scores Number of candidates
General 50th 720-147 682406
General-PH 45th 146-129 99
SC 40th 146-113 19572
ST 40th 146-113 7837
OBC 40th 146-113 61265
SC/ST/OBC-PH 40th 128-113 321