Zooming into distance learning

Written by : Amit (Volunteer, UPAY)

COVID 19 was an unprecedented time that hit not only people but also every institution and organization equally. During this period, everyone went through their thick and thins of life. It was a bumpy journey for most of us, and the same was the case with UPAY. However, while facing all the adversities, UPAY and its team didn’t accept the beat and explored alternative ways to uplift the morale of its students by engaging them in online classes.

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Whispers of Wisdom       

Written by: Bhavika Arora (Intern, UPAY)

In today’s fast-paced world where everything tends to lose its meaning, our families are what binds us all together. Family is a sacred institution that needs stability, generosity and most importantly, wisdom to grow and foster relationships in a beautiful way. It is love that binds everyone together. An Indian family is a classic paradigm of affection and culture.

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International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction

In recent years, India has ranked among the top three countries globally that bore the maximum brunt of natural disasters. Nearly 80,000 people lost their lives, and more than 173 crores were affected due to natural disasters between the years 2000-2019. Man-made disasters, too, are pretty deadly. 

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Perpetual impact of Art on Human psyche           

Written by: Aritrika Das(Intern, UPAY)

Art- the entwined twins of imagination and creative execution!  

Art is a diverse range of products of human activity involving creative imagination to express technological proficiency, beauty and emotional power or conceptual ideas. Pablo Picasso ~ the renowned Spanish painter and sculptor once quoted, “Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” Thus art can be envisioned in as many ways as an artist can.

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UPAY : A Ray of Hope and Crisis

For 33-year-old Varsha Solekar, it’s a miracle.

Varsha’s blood glucose level shot up suddenly one day. It could have been extremely fatal had she not turned up at the medical camp run by UPAY in the Rahadi village in Maharashtra. 

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