Covid-19 and its Impact on Social, Education and Economics of India

*Correspondence to: Ganesh S. Kamble, Assistant Professor, Department of Engineering Chemistry, Kolhapur Institute of Technology’s College of Engineering (Autonomous), Kolhapur, India
Received: Dec 29, 2020; Accepted: Jan 03, 2021; Published: Jan 06, 2021
Citation: Kamble GS (2021) Covid-19 and its Impact on Social, Education and Economics of India.
Copyright: ©2021 Kamble GS, et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

Short Communication

Till date more than 7 million people have been infected by The COVID-19 pandemic. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared it as a global pandemic due to its severe health crisis all over the world.
In India, the impact of the pandemic is visible across the all sectors. This crisis is mostly going to affect on the economy of India and world as well. Lockdown in Indian society creates an various issues related to social, economical, political, psychological, agricultural, and educational levels. We have started the act of “social-distancing” sociologically for less spreading of COVID-19. And of course, it (social-distancing) is the only evaluate to control the influence of Covid-19.  And it should be promoted the new form of ‘untouchability’ as found in the earliest of Indian society after the Vedic period.
Due to the pandemic, both rural and urban economy has been adversely impacted. Apart from the economy, the impact of Covid-19 on education has been unkind and its repercussions will be seen in the upcoming future. About more than eight months, children being out of school and of course might forget their learning system.
“Disaster gives birth to the changes which were pending for many years”, same has happened during the time of Covid-19. It has allowed making Internet of Things (IoT) in the education and judiciary.
Due to the pandemic, the economic slump has greatly affected people from the lower socio-economic stratum (SES). The economic impact of this pandemic is likely to be pushing more people below poverty line.