Friday, 31 March 2017

List Of Blood Banks In INDIA

Blood is a liquid combination of plasma and cells that float in it. It is a specialized body fluid that delivers essential substances and nutrients, such as sugar, oxygen and hormones to our cells, and carries waste away from those cells. These wastes are removed from the body in urine, feces, sweat and lung also contains coagulating agents. Blood donation is a major concern for society, as donated blood is a savior for people who need it. Blood is scarce. There is a shortage of active blood donors to meet the need for increased blood demand. Donation of blood as a therapeutic exercise. Globally, approximately 80 million units of blood are donated each year.
One of the biggest challenges to blood safety in particular is access to safe and adequate amounts of blood and blood products. Safe delivery of blood and blood components is essential to enable a wide range of critical care procedures in hospitals to be performed.
A good knowledge of blood donation practices is not being transformed into blood donation. Interactive awareness about blood donation should be organized to create awareness and opportunities for blood donation. Therefore, blood donation could be recommended for voluntary donations of blood as often as possible therapeutically beneficial to donors in terms of thrombotic complications and effective blood flow mechanisms. This is also a plus for blood donation campaigns

Thursday, 30 March 2017

Total number of pincodes in india

A postal index number or PIN or PIN code is a code in the postal numbering system or postal code used by India Post, the postal administration of India. The code has six digits.The PIN code system was introduced on August 15, in the year 1972 by Shriram Bhikaji Velankar,an additional secretary in the Union Communications Ministry. The system was introduced to simplify manual sorting and mail delivery by eliminating confusion about incorrect addresses, similar place names and various languages ​​used by the public. There are nine PIN zones in India, including eight regional zones and one functional zone. The first digit of PIN code indicates the region.

The second digit will indicates the sub region and the third digit will indicates the classification district within the region.The final three digits are assigned to individual post offices.The first three digits of the PIN represent a specific geographic region called a classification district that is headquartered in the main post office of the largest city and is known as the classification office. A state may have one or more classification districts depending on the volumes of mail handled.The fourth digit represents the route in which a delivery office is located in the classification district. This is 0 for offices in the central area of ​​the classification district.The last two digits represent the delivery office within the classification district from 01, which would be the GPO or HO.

Monday, 27 March 2017

What does it mean if you have dark colored blood

Dark blood, called venous blood, is dark because it has deoxygenated after it has traveled through the body before returning to the heart  drained of the oxygen.

 Blood leaving from the heart, called as arterial blood, is pumped from the lungs into the heart through the pulmonary  artery, and it contains a large amount of oxygen for delivery around the body. Arterial blood appears brighter red than deoxygenated venous blood. Blood gets its color from red blood cells called hemoglobin, to which oxygen is attached 97% of the oxygen carried by the blood from lungs is  carried by hemoglobin.continue reading

Friday, 24 March 2017

Railway's new scheme You may get to travel Rajdhani, Shatabdi at ordinary express fare from April 1st

Good news for train travellers from April 1 the Indian Railways will allow waitlisted passengers to travel in the next alternative train that is  going towards the destination their ticket is booked for. From 1 April, passengers will be able to get the opportunity to travel on Rajdhani or Shatabdi trains, even if they have booked tickets at other  express/mail trains for the same destinations. Railways is launching a new scheme starting from April 1st. Registered passengers can obtain  confirmed accommodation on the next alternative train if they opt for the same when booking their tickets. According to the scheme, there will  be no extra charges for passengers.

Indian railways new scheme is named as "vikalp" this scheme aims to use vacant berths on many premier trains including Rajdhani, Shatabdi,  Duronto and other specials such as Suvidha trains on all major routes. Railways have to return on Rs. 7,500 crore per year as reimbursement to  customers for cancellation of tickets for various reasons.
After the introduction of the flexible fare system on the main trains, some berths are vacant, while at the same time many passengers could not  be accommodated in other Express / Express trains due to the huge demand. In any case, these berths are vacant, so anything we can save in  refund is going to be a saving for us, there is no additional cost for the railways, so whatever we save will be profits for the railways, added  the official. Currently, the railway is executing the scheme on six routes including the Delhi-Lucknow, Delhi-Jammu and Delhi-Mumbai sectors  from November 1 continue reading

Friday, 17 March 2017

Indian Railways - Types of Coaches

Indian railways has different type of coaches range from starting from low cost to higher cost upper ones.

Type of coaches available
Unreserved coach (UR) / General Coach 
2nd sitting / Non AC Chair car ( 2S )
Sleeper (SL)
3E (3rd AC economy class) 
3rd AC ( 3AC Standard)
2nd AC
First Class
Unreserved coach (UR) / General Coach :
There will be no space to stand,People sitting and sleeping on the floor and even the top most luggage racks. Unreserved coach is the horrific truth of the demographic explosion in India. This is one of the most crowded coach in the train because there is no need of reservation to enter this coach. It is the cheapest one too.continue reading

Thursday, 16 March 2017

How to reserve ticket in IRCTC

IRCTC is defined as Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation is a subsidiary of Indian Railways which handles tourism and online ticket booking operations of the Indian railways. The services of IRCTC is 
Online ticket booking 
Tatkal booking,

You can also reach You can reach IRCTC through helpline numbers. There are various customer care numbers including paid and also toll free numbers. IRCTC Customer Care Number is available 24×7. The Toll free number is 1800-111-139.
How to reserve ticket in IRCTC:
Registration is free, first Register as an individual. After registration login by your details like username and password. After login you will get a page called as PLAN MY TRAVEL.continue reading

Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Here's What No One Tells You About Tatkal

What is Tatkal?
     Tatkal literally means 'immediately'.Tatkal tickets are meant for last minute ticket booking . It is the most seek after mode of booking tickets for train travel.

How to book tickets in Tatkal?
     Basically Tatkal ticket booking starts from one day before the journey. And the reservation under the tatakal scheme starts from 10:00AM on one day before your journey for AC classes whereas for non-AC classes will start at 11am on the previous day of journey from train originating station. Indian railways changed the tatkal quota code from CK & CKWL to continue reading

Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Facts about Blood Functions and Composition

Blood is a liquid combination of plasma and cells that float in it. It is a specialized body fluid that delivers essential substances and nutrients, such as sugar, oxygen and hormones to our cells, and carries waste away from those cells. These wastes are removed from the body in urine, feces, sweat and lung also contains coagulating agents.
Types of Bloods:
Types of blood
Red blood cell: It is also known as RBC or Erythrocytes. RBC has a life span about 4 months.
White blood cell: It is also known as WBC or Leukocytes. WBC contains two types of cells called as Lymphocytes and Ganulocytes.
platelets:  It is also called as Thrombocytes.It is involved in clotting of blood.

Monday, 13 March 2017

Blood Donation Eligibility

Hello readers, this article is totally about blood donation eligibility and procedure. We are here to clear all your doubts about blood donations. So first you need to know about blood donation eligibility.

 Blood Donation:
Blood donation is a voluntary procedure i.e.., giving life to other people by donating your blood. Donating blood will not cost you, but it will save others life. World Blood Donor day is on june 14th.
To donate blood, you must be healthy, at least 17 years old, and weight at least 49 kg's. The most needed blood types are O +, O-, AB- and B-. These blood types are absolutely critical. If you have a blood donor card (know your blood type and have given it before), go to the blood units. If you have one of the critical blood types but do not

Thursday, 9 March 2017

History About Hospitals

What is hospital?
Hospital is a health care institution/system,which will provide the medical treatment to the patients with specialized staff and medical equipment.The word hospital originates from the Latin hospes, means guest/stranger and the word patient means patior, which is to suffer.The abbreviation for the hospital is hosp. and H.
The first hospital was started in the year 1664 and named as Government General Hospital, officially named Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital ( RGGGH ), is a major state-owned hospital situated in Chennai, India.Hospital consist with 3000 beds is funded and managed by the state government of Tamil Nadu. Founded by the British East India Company, it is the first medical institution in India. In the 19th century, the Madras Medical College joined it.

Types Of Hospitals?
There are different types of hospitals named as 
General Hospital
District Hospital
Specialized Hospital
Teaching Hospital
     Medical facility smaller than a hospital is generally called as clinic, and often run by a government agency for health services or else private partnership of physicians. Clinics generally provide only outpatient services.In hospitals there are different types well known type of hospital is general hospital, typically has an emergency department to treat urgent health problems like heart attacks,accident victims.The other type of hospital is district hospital typically it is the major health care facility in its region with large numbers of beds and nursing staff for intensive care and long-term care.These two types of hospitals are commonly know for the society. And the other type of hospital is specialized hospital provides a range of services includes orthopedic surgery, ophthalmology, trauma centers, rehabilitation hospitals, children's hospitals. Specialized hospitals will help to reduce health care costs compared to the general hospitals. Some specialized and teaching hospitals are affiliated with the universities for medical research and training of medical personnel such as physicians and nurses. In Worldwide most hospitals run on a nonprofit basis by governments or charities.A teaching hospital assistance to people with teaching to medical students and nurses and often is linked to a medical school, nursing school or medical university.Hospitals consist of different departments called as wards, especially when they have beds for inpatients also called inpatient wards. Hospitals may have services such continue reading

Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Good and the Bad about Master Health Check-up

Basically only few people know about this master health checkup and what are the benefits of this. So here is a article about master health checkup and how it is helpful for your life.

What is Master Health Checkup?
A master health checkup is a comprehensive health check used as a preventive measure in health care. Due to the high quality and affordability of health care in India, the country has become a leading destination for "health" tourism. This means that many overseas patients visit hospitals and clinics in India for treatment. A master health checkup is simply a seasoned and commercially packaged description of the annual or annual checkup. Most health experts and researchers feel that the concept of these annual health checks is itself redundant.However,periodic health examinations are still

Monday, 6 March 2017

what happens if we use wrong ifsc code

What is IFSC
          IFSC it is the abbreviation for Indian Financial System Code. IFSC code is mainly used to transfer funds. IFSC is a unique code for banks to identify particular bank branches. Indian Financial System Code is an 11-digit code in alpha numeric format the first four characters will represents bank name/bank code,the fifth character will represent 0 (zero and reserved for future use) and the next six characters represents the branch code.

Why IFSC code is important?
          The IFSC code is an essential feature for validating bank transactions. Knowledge of IFS Code allows you to receive payments or transactions virtually. Banks and organizations use the IFSC to conduct National Electronic Funds Transfer and Real-Time Gross Settlement transactions to identify and help streamlining transactions between various accounts, bank branches and banks.
NEFT is an friendly payment method used by individuals or an organization to transfer funds electronically from one account to another account.It takes the form of an e-cheque as it takes a specific time period for the amount to be cleared and verified. RTGS is another electronic gateway to make payments, receive and transfer funds between accounts and banks in real time.The Reserve Bank of India(RBI), the central

Friday, 3 March 2017

Why Can’t You Use Blood from Someone Who Has Different Blood Group Than You

          Blood is made up of same basic elements,not blood is alike.There are 8 different common Blood types,but in the eight blood groups there are only four major common blood groups.

Different blood groups are determined by the presence and absence of two certain antigens (A & B) substances on the surface of red blood cells.In addition to these two antigens A and B there is one third antigen called continue reading

Thursday, 2 March 2017

The 5 Secrets You Will Never Know About Is Blood Donation Good Or Bad For Health

Hello readers, this article is totally about blood donation, advantages, disadvantages and procedure. We are here to clear all your doubts about blood donations. So first you need to know about blood donation and Is blood donation good or bad.

What is Blood Donation:

Blood donation is a voluntary procedure i.e.., giving life to other people by donating your blood. Donating blood will not cost you, but it will save others life. World Blood Donor day is on june 14th.

Basically everyone can get a doubt Is blood donation good or bad for health:

Blood donation is good for health. The surprising truth that many people don't know about blood donation is by continue reading

Wednesday, 1 March 2017

How to Get a Good Impression on Your First Day of College

 First Day of College is an important event in everyone's life.It is an unforgettable day with lot of memories it may be good or else bad.Be confident to face each and every situation with smiling face,and don't over react for silly things.I had a glimpse of college life from many students the first thing I have noticed that many students are terrified on their first day of college and some students are over excited to meet new people. For everyone here are the few tips about how to deal with college on your first day.You are going to enter a new period of your life.

You may have heard many things about the thrills and weird things of college life.Now you're excited to get off to a good it is a place where you can learn many things not only education here you are going to learn and meet new people,new culture,fashion etc..,Feel free this is the most important thing you can do for the first day of your college.

Tips for surviving your first day of college: