The Impact of Covid-19 on Educational Institutions

  • Rahil Khan,
  • Dr Mohd Arif Khan and Iqrar Khan
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  • Rahil Khan

    Project Officer at Department of Radiotherapy, Aligarh Muslim University, India

  • Dr Mohd Arif Khan

    Assistant Professor at Department of Social Work, Aligarh Muslim University, India

  • Iqrar Khan

    Research Scholar at Department of Psychology, Aligarh Muslim University, India

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The outbreak of a life threatening virus called COVID-19 led to a shutdown all over the world and it majorly affects the education, economy and students mental health. It disrupted the life of each levels of our society when people were requested to stay at their homes to avoid the further transmission of this contagious virus. The shutdown has seriously affected the mental health of students and also disrupted the education system. By late March 2020, Covid-19 had spread to more than 185 nations, resulting in the closure of more than 95% of schools, colleges and institutions, which affected over 350 million students and their studies around the world. The Coronavirus pandemic has raised some serious concerns about Indian education as well as students at all levels. Corona Virus has substantially affected the mental health of students due to several reasons like lack of technology, shortage of food, economic stress, human interaction, etc. This article examines the different factors which affected the education system and students due to this contagious virus.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 2, Page 533 - 544


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