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EduREPORTS is a programme where we publish the research reports created by the
graduating cohorts of the WorkEx Bootcamp and independent research submitted from our community on diverse topics such as technology, social welfare, and more.
Money, Banking and Finance by Ananya Jain
Money and banking are necessary components of every current economic system, since they facilitate production and consumption activities, as well as financial transactions inside and beyond national boundaries. Since the end of the fixed exchange rate system (1946–1973), financial market transactions have increased in volume and scale globally, while the frequency and ferocity of financial crises have increased considerably.
Nuclear Power: Boon or Bane by Janki Padia
Several academicians believe that a mixed assortment of alternative energies will be needed if we are to replace fossil fuels and 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit) above preindustrial levels and to secure net-zero emissions by 2050. However, nuclear power is not an easy pill to swallow, not even in the progressive or climate circles.
NGOs in the Indian Landscape by Dodda Teja Adarsh
India as a country: Our eyes reach the stars, our feet are going down quicksand. With a robust state network system and a far-reaching executive, India is still not even close to even achieving universal access to basic services. This glaring gap is taken care of by the intricate NGO sector.
Technological Advancements in Solar Power Generation by Samyukhta Kannan
Bell Laboratories created the first silicon solar cell in 1954. This breakthrough sparked a flurry of new discoveries in the field of solar energy. Solar energy is the radiant light and heat from the Sun that is captured and used in a variety of methods. The technological advancements since have shown the growing potential to use this as a reliable energy source.