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December 31, 2023

A STUDY IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON EDUCATION SECTOR

*Meenakshi Kaushik, **Shaily Saxena, & ***Ravindra Kumar

*Professor, Dean, Trinity Institute of Innovations in Professional Studies, GGSIPU, Delhi, India.

**Professor, HOD, Department of Management, Trinity Institute of Innovations in Professional Studies, Delhi.

***Director, TIIPS GN GGSIPU, Delhi, India.

Abstract


The pandemic has fundamentally upset the advanced education segment, which is a basic determinant of a nation’s monetary future. In the second seven day stretch of March, state governments the nation over started closing down schools and universities briefly as a measure to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. It is near a month and there is no conviction when they will revive. This is a significant time for the instruction segment- load up assessments, nursery school confirmations, entrance trial of different colleges, and serious assessments, among others, are totally held during this period. As the days pass by with no prompt answer for stop the episode of COVID-19, school and college terminations would not just have a momentary effect on the congruity of learning for youthful students in India yet additionally cause broad financial and cultural results. In this study, during the scenario of emergency, a detailed about educational factors has discussed. A balanced and viable instructive practice is required for the limit working of youthful personalities. It will create aptitudes that will drive their employability, efficiency, wellbeing, and prosperity in the decades to come, and guarantee the general advancement of the globe. The study is based on the analysis of various factors which directly or indirectly impact the learning processes. In the present research, the emergence of digital disruption has interpret in depth.

Keywords


education sector, COVID-19, digital disruption, young learners, learning

 

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Meenakshi Kaushik, Shaily Saxena, & Ravindra Kumar. (2023). A study Impact of COVID-19 on Education Sector. Sparkling International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Studies, 6(4), 1-12.

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