Corruption – Corruption is not an infection of one country. Corruption in India has wings not wheels. Corruption has its own way because everyone is happy and no one has any problem with it. Everyone knows who the corrupts are but, the irony of our system is such that no one can be touched.
Fossil Fuels – A natural fuel such as coal or gas, formed in ecological past from the remains of living organisms. Our dependence on fossils fuels cannot continue indefinitely on account of their scarcity and the pollution they cause. Solar energy and nuclear energy can be the alternatives. Recent inventions and discoveries are making solar power more reliable and affordable. Besides, wind energy, geothermal energy, hydroelectric power and fuel cell technology are other alternative sources. Hydro electricity is already prevalent in many parts of the world. Global warming and damage to the ozone layer are caused by carbon dioxide and other by-products of fossil fuels.
E-WASTE- Electronic waste, Electronic devices such as radio, television, computers, music system etc. Computers produce a good deal of plastic waste as it is the main ingredient of the computer cabin, keyboard, mouse, monitor, printer etc. Floppy discs, CDs, DVDs also contain plastic materials. Plastic is non-biodegradable and its burning results in the emission of several harmful chemicals into the atmosphere. The real solution to this problem lies in recycling. But recycling needs lots of electricity.
E-LEARNING- E-Learning comprises all forms of electronically supported learning and teaching. E-Learning is the use of network technology to create, foster, deliver and facilitate learning anytime, anywhere. E-learning is must to keep up the need of global competition. As times have changed, the earlier we are good at ‘ e-learning ’, the better it is to improve the quality of life.
E-COMMERCE- Commerce conducted electronically. The sale of goods and services on a global basis by means of the internet or other computer networks. It offers convince to buyers and it saves a lot of time. Customers can’t test the comfort and quality of product. Credit card transactions are insecure.
ROTE LEARNING- The process of learning something by mechanical repetition. Parrot like repetition to study something. Traditional learning makes student passive. Learning by heart is reproducing during examination. Self-motivated learners don’t really need teachers to instruct them. This type of learning does not help students to understand the meaning or significance of lessons. This is a regressive form of learning.
NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY- It is the technology that involves the reaction atomic nuclei. The survival of mankind depends on the availability of alternative energy sources and nuclear power is one of them. Nuclear power is capable of generating electricity ona large scale. Nuclear technology is also used to cure some diseases such as cancer. The emission of nuclear radiation can lead to serious consequences. The burial of a dead nuclear reactor is a big problem. Nuclear weapons have already been manufactured to planet completely.
ADVERTISEMENT- A notice or announcement in a public medium promoting a product, service, or event or publicizing a job vacancy. While some people argue that advertisement make us buy things we don’t require, others opine that advertisements gives us information about new products. The media outputs like newspapers, magazines radio and television bombard us with numerous advertisements. Sometimes advertisers hide many things and highlight issues that are not important. Aim should be constructive aspect rather than befooling innocent customer.
ECO-TOURISM- (Also known as ecological tourism). It is a form of tourism involving visiting fragile, pristine, and relatively natural areas. Eco-tourism is responsible travel that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of local people. It is to build cultural and environmental awareness and respect among the people. Eco-tourism provides a full range of services including transportation, food, lodging, guiding, and interpretation that cause minimal damage to the biological and cultural environments. Eco-tourism activities include: Bird and wildlife watching, hiking, backpacking.