Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Social

Computing For Sustainable Global Development

Harikumar Pallathadka

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 3757-3759

This research paper investigates computing for sustainable global development. From the contemporary world, it is asserted that using information technology (IT), nations are experiencing exponential expansion in their economic, social, and political areas. However, the expansion comes with costs such as pollution and a widening gap between the rich and the poor. Addressing these challenges will ensure sustainable global development. This paper explores the importance of innovation and research and computer science education to incorporate technology and achieve sustainable international development. In investigating the research question, the research will review the existing literature to reveal the trends, current applications, challenges, and strategies applicable to ensure effective use of technology for sustainable global development. The investigation revealed that nations are continually using IT to achieve their growth despite the noted sustainability issues. That is because the use of technology has more benefits than harm. As such, it is concluded that nations should embrace measures to address the associated challenges. They should use the recommendations such as the Best eEurope Practices (BEEP), a European Commission, and INDIACom, an Indian program focused on promoting technology to maintain sustainable global development.

Role OfEducation In Promoting Economic And Social Development: A Post COVID-19 Perspective

Mukta Mani; Dr.SaikhomRonel Singh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6423-6428

Widely recognized as leading instrument of change, role of education in promoting economic and social development of society in post COVID-19 scenario can’t be overemphasized. Education is one of the very basic necessities required to successfully vitalize economic and social strata of any country. On economic front, paper compares different level of education and their respective roles in promotingeconomic development and income prosperity in Post COVID-19 scenario. All three levels i.e. primary, secondary and higher levels of education are investigated for their current status and pressing need for improvement in identified weak areas has also been elaborated. Education effect on social front, on other hand, is dealt with emphasis on cultural and psychological dimensions that have significantly changed due to COVID-19. The study develops holistic perspective that suggest framework for integration of education at very basic level in order to reap its rich dividends on both economic and social fronts.