New Delhi: Physical distancing in an airport is not very easy to accomplish and certainly needs more than just security personnel for enforcement. That is why Delhi International Airport Limited, the operator of Indira Gandhi International Airport, has installed around 513 overhead sensors at Terminal 3. These generate a density map that alerts ground staff immediately when flyers breach social distancing norms.DIAL announced the innovative measure on Tuesday and said the sensor system sends alerts to a team of over 200 marshals and ground staff that helps them to precisely identify the area where social distancing rules are being flouted. DIAL says it has adopted the technology in anticipation of a possible increase in passenger load when full-fledged international operations are permitted.The airport officials explained that the sensors of the technology, XOVIS PTS, generate a grid of the area, identifying people as moving dots. If the dots get too close and signify crowding, the … [Read more...] about How Sensors Will Help Maintain Social Distancing At IGI Airport
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Once an alert is issued, a terminal manager takes corrective action such as opening more check-in counters or re-deploying airport personnel. If the situation is not brought under control within a stipulated time, more alerts are issued. … [Read more...] about Sensors ensure social distancing at IGIA
Face masks, fewer children in the class and strict discipline- that's how schools look like in 2021. Not only has 2021 been significant with the start of the COVID vaccination drives in India, but schools have also finally started to open up in some parts of the country for students of senior secondary grades. In Delhi, schools have been thrown open for class 10 and 12 children in a graded manner. While in-person attendance is still optional, many feel that reopening schools right now comes as good help for kids who are preparing to sit for their board exams, scheduled to happen in-real this year. As worrying as the thought of sending children to the schools sounds right now, school authorities are ensuring the strongest of discipline and social distancing measures. While parental consent in writing is a must, schools are following standard operating procedures (SOPs) issued by the Directorate of Education last year stringently. What are the measures being taken right now? With … [Read more...] about As schools reopen for Class 10 and 12, are you ready to send your children back to school?
In its reply to Gujarat HC, the B-School denies it had ever represented to students of e-PGP that they would ultimately be awarded an MBA The Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad has submitted to the Gujarat High Court that the management course offered by them via online learning mode is not identical to the MBA taught on the campus. The premier institute has conceded that both the degrees are not 'identical' but they are 'equivalent'. The matter was listed for hearing on January 18 but has been adjourned to March 12. The IIMA had filed a reply last month in response to a petition filed by 52 students enrolled in the 2017 batch of e-PGP course through online platform or distance learning. MMS eLM), but it should be named as MBA as the degree has no recognition among employers at the national and international level. "It is denied that IIMA or its faculty had ever represented to the students that the course of Post-Graduate Diploma in Management through e-learning was identical … [Read more...] about Online course not ‘identical’ to PGP, only ‘equivalent’: IIMA
"Accordingly, the BCCI and Mr Rajeev Shukla are called up to file their written responses to the Complaint within a period of two weeks from today, before the Ethics Officer, BCCI. Further orders in the matter shall be passed thereafter," Jain further wrote in the order. … [Read more...] about ‘Conflict of interest’ complaint against Rajeev Shukla