Awareness is the state or ability to perceive, to feel, or to be conscious of events, objects or sensory patterns. In this level of consciousness, an observer can confirm sense data without necessarily implying understanding. More broadly, it is the state or quality of being aware of something. In biological psychology, awareness is defined as a human's or an animal's perception and cognitive reaction to a condition or event. We have several awareness broachers.
Mainly we have divided our awareness programme in three ways like as social, medical and legal awareness and on social consciousness is consciousness shared within a society. It can also be defined as social awareness; to be aware of the problems that different societies and communities face on a day-to-day basis; to be conscious of the difficulties and hardships of society. There is debate as to exactly what the term means. Some people define social consciousness as a society's consciousness of itself. Others argue against this definition, saying that society does not have a mind of its own, and therefore is not conscious: rather, the people that make up society are individually conscious. Social consciousness is similar to collective consciousness. Many studies have been done to examine the roots of social consciousness. It is believed to arise as a response to social injustice experienced by the individual or in the lives of others around the individual. There are three levels of social consciousness: acquired, awakened, and expanded. A subject with an acquired social consciousness derives his or her viewpoint from the mainstream culture. This individual avoids identifying himself or herself with a marginalized culture. This individual generally is either not aware of or does not acknowledge the way differences among people affect the treatment they receive within a society. This individual is not fully active in society. The person with an acquired social consciousness does not question mainstream viewpoints, and acts accordingly, without confrontation. A subject with an awakened social consciousness explores alternatives to the dominant cultural viewpoint. This person might identify with a marginalized group, but the mainstream culture is central to his or her questioning or exploration. The subject recognizes and challenges social injustice. The person actively resists power and authority. The focus of discontent and action is often over the right to be visible, to have choice, or to be self-determining. subject with an expanded social consciousness strongly identifies with their marginalized group. This person views status as a continuously changing social construct, thus viewing responses as a lifelong process. This individual has an understanding of the complexity of the social hierarchy, and acts carefully after weighing both sides. Social consciousness brings moral implications. Often, people with an awakened social consciousness become socially active. A socially conscious person tends to be empathetic towards others regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, disability, class, or sexual identity.
Body is the gift and its donated by nature and we have to keep safe from disease. Because disease free body give good health and healthy mind for better work and good thinking. So basic awareness is needed for every human being about the disease and the preliminary treatment of health. The treatment of body can be made by several medicated way like as Ayurvedic, Chiropractic, Homeopathy, Naturopathic Medicine, Osteopathy and Traditional Chinese Medicine and Allopathic . People generally get emotional for various minor or major illnesses. People try to put patient in panic about the disease a person is suffering from. People with lower socio education are involved in this. The main reason for poverty in India is health problems. As poor people and middle class people lack medical awareness, they get exploited when they are caught by health problems. A person need to be socially educated in order to have knowledge on different types of diseases and for which diseases a doctor must be consulted. More over on discussion all diseases are not dreadful. Few diseases can be cured at home with few changes in diet and taking rest. Preventive measures and medicine can be prepared at home itself. Some health problems that can be treated at home without going to hospital are Headaches, Poor digestion cause stomachache, Common cold, viral fever, small cuts, injuries etc. People try to contact the doctor even for these minor problems and pay huge amount of fees. Themselves cure these ailments, but it takes some time. It seems to be ridiculous for an educated person even after knowing these facts tries to consult doctor for minor diseases. Some diseases can be treated after the prescription given by the doctor. People should follow the strict instructions given by doctors. If these diseases are not identified at initial stages, then there is possibility that a person can die. Some diseases that can be treated after going to hospital once for prescription are Measles, Small pox, Jaundice, Hepatitis, Malaria, Sinus congestion, Piles, and Disc prolapsed. Some diseases are caused through hereditary and they trouble the patient forever. There are some diseases, which need to be always supervised periodically by the doctor, and proper medication should be taken for whole life. If the patient discontinues the medication at any point of time, then it may lead to death. Some diseases that take more time to get cured are Diabetes, Hypertension, Migraine, Allergic asthma, AIDS, cancer, Arthritis of different kinds and paralysis. There are some situations or diseases, which require hospitalization immediately when recognized. If not hospitalized in time, it may lead to death of person. Some diseases for which hospitalization is required are accidents caused due to collision of vehicles, when drowned in water, when met with fire accident, heart attack, Swine flu, dengue fever, and Tuberculosis.
Indian people have less education than the other developed countries and most of the people living in rural areas and they have no proper knowledge on Law of India , so like other two awareness Navjivan Foundation gives knowledge on Indian law and law of human rights which refers to the system of law which presently operates in India. It is largely based on English common law because of the long period of British colonial influence during the period of the British Raj. Much of contemporary Indian law shows substantial European and American influence. Various legislations first introduced by the British are still in effect in their modified forms today. During the drafting of the Indian Constitution, laws from Ireland, the United States, Britain, and France were all synthesized to get a refined set of Indian laws, as it currently stands. Indian laws also adhere to the United Nations guidelines on human rights law and the environmental law. Certain international trade laws, such as those on intellectual property, are also enforced in India. Indian family law is complex, with each religion having its own specific laws which they adhere to. In most states, registering of marriages and divorces is not compulsory. There are separate laws governing Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Sikhs and followers of other religions. The exception to this rule is in the state of Goa, where a Portuguese uniform civil code is in place, in which all religions have a common law regarding marriages, divorces and adoption.