“DURING COVID-19, REFORMS BASED ON INTEGRATION AND CORRELATION TO DEVELOP REQUIRED INFRASTRUCTURE AND OPTIMUM USE OF RESOURCES & FUNDS”

Dr. Panckaj Garg

Abstract


In today’s scenario there is a need to adopt University Mandate & Thought Process Lab’s processed thoughts so that positivity develops in the society and resources of the Nation could be utilised at the maximum. Through this paper, the author highlighted the need to identify the local identities like local products, local skills, local crops, residents businesses, Traditions, Therapies, Customs & Rituals and maintain an E database that could be used for local development as per the requirement.


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