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Optimizing Datasets of Cloud using Normalization || 28th June 2023

  Optimizing Datasets of Cloud using Normalization                     Cloud computing is a popular and powerful technology that enables users to access and process large amounts of data over the internet. However, cloud data can also pose some challenges, such as inconsistency, redundancy, and inefficiency. To overcome these issues, one of the techniques that can be applied is normalization. beloved father prabhudas with student's      Benefits of Normalization           Normalization can offer several advantages for cloud data, such as: Reducing storage costs : By eliminating redundant data, normalization can help you save space and money on cloud storage services. Improving query speed : By simplifying the data structure and reducing the number of joins, normalization can make your queries run faster and more efficiently. Enhancing data quality : By enforcing rules and constraints, normalization can ensure that your data is accurate, consi

Star Insurance Training Program

              Awareness about insurances is the knowledge and understanding of the benefits and risks of different types of insurance products and services. Insurance is a way of protecting oneself from financial losses due to unforeseen events such as accidents, illnesses, natural disasters, theft, etc. " Insurance can also provide peace of mind, security and savings for the future" .             Awareness about insurances is important for making informed decisions about one’s insurance needs and choosing the best options available. It can also help in avoiding frauds, disputes and grievances related to insurance claims and policies. Awareness about insurances can also increase the demand and penetration of insurance in the country, especially among the under-served segments such as women, rural dwellers and the self-employed             However, awareness about insurances is still low in India compared to other countries. According to a report by Swiss Re, India has the sec


               World Environmental Day (WED) is celebrated annually on 5 June at Andhra Loyola college and encourages awareness and action for the protection of the environment in students.                This year, the theme of WED is **Beat Plastic Pollution** , which aims to raise awareness about the harmful effects of plastic waste on our planet and our health, and to inspire people to take action to reduce their plastic footprint.                Plastic is a versatile and durable material that has many benefits for modern society. However, it also poses a serious threat to our environment and our well-being when it is not properly managed and disposed of. Some facts about plastic pollution are: - More than 400 million tonnes of plastic is produced every year worldwide, half of which is designed to be used only once. Of that, less than 10 per cent is recycled. An estimated 19-23 million tonnes end up in lakes, rivers and seas annually. That is approximately the weight of 2,200