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Tag: covid-19

Jun 17
How COVID-19 will change the class 10th studies?

In this article, we will discuss the changes that have occurred in the study pattern of class 10th students due to the current pandemic prevailing all around the world. HOW COVID-19 WILL CHANGE THE CLASS 10th STUDY STUDIES? The novel Corona Virus, also known as COVID-19 Pandemic, has taken the world globally like a storm. Not only it […]

Jun 14
COVID-19 impact on class 10th CBSE exams

As the novel Corona Virus, popularly known as COVID-19 pandemic, is getting a worse shape day by day, it has largely affected the studies of the students. All the students of all the ages who are studying have faced losses due to this unavoidable situation. Here is article for Class 10th Unavoidability is a loss Declaration […]

Apr 26
Decision pending for class 12th CBSE board exams

The Central Board of Secondary Education, also known as CBSE, has decided a special scheme for the remaining examinations for class 12th students. Due to the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19 pandemic, has caused an abrupt ending to the ongoing board examinations that were taking place throughout the country. However, due to the lockdown taking […]

Apr 20
How COVID-19 will change the class 12th study pattern?

In this article, we will go through some of the points which will shed some light on the impacts on how COVID-19 changes class 12th study pattern that has affected their lives severely. HOW COVID-19 WILL CHANGE THE CLASS 12th STUDY PATTERN? The novel Corona Virus, also known as the COVID-19 pandemic, is showing its worse face every […]

Nov 27

Students around the world are encountering new, exceptional changes to their examinations as COVID-19 has confined face to face learning and joint effort, moving classes, addresses, and even state-administered testing to at-home, online organizations. Here is an article on virtual internships, i.e., work from home internships These occasions can be scary, yet there are still […]

Nov 01
Impact Of COVID On Education

Impact Of COVID On Education There is no doubt that COVID-19 has an impact on education, which is both- negative as well as positive. The education disruption has had and will proceed to have, extraordinary outcomes beyond education. Closings of educative organizations impede the requirement of fundamental assistance to kids and associations, including admittance to a nutritious […]

Oct 27
8 Impacts of Covid-19 on education

Most of the information gathered on the number of understudies and students affected by COVID-19 has been determined dependent on the conclusion of formal instruction frameworks. The UNESCO Institute for Statistics gives figures on understudies affected by COVID-19 relating to the number of students enlisted at pre-essential, essential, lower-auxiliary, and upper-optional degrees of instruction [ISCED […]

Oct 09
Youngsters embracing the idea of pandemic dential and pandemic fatigue

With every passing day, the pandemic seems like being less in conversation. Today the world is infected with more than 33 million COVID-19 patients and the youth couldn’t be less bothered. There have been more than 1 million deaths all over the world yet the fear of the virus seems to be shrinking around the […]

Oct 08
4 Financial tips for surviving Covid-19

On 11th March 2020, when the World Health Organization declared Covid-19 as a global health crisis the world economy was shaken to its core. The pandemic affected the travel and tourism sector, food services sector, the retail markets, the real estate market, fitness, wellness sector. Around 12.2 crore people in India lost their jobs according […]

Oct 07
Positive effects of coronavirus lockdown

With approximately 500 COVID-19 confirmed cases across the country in March 2020, The Indian Government placed a nationwide lockdown for 21 days, on March 24, 2020, restricting India’s entire population’s movement as a precautionary measure against the COVID-19 pandemic in India. With the coronavirus graph surging high, the lockdown was extended till June 30 for […]

Oct 05
Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy data on unemployment

COVID has put worries as for joblessness, stimulus, demand, and supply on the cutting edge. Besides, the vulnerability about the future turns of events and a second influx of diseases in china has also focused on both the infection and its monetary aftermath. The country’s unemployment rate increased marginally higher to 8.59 percent in the […]

Sep 29
How to deal with COVID-19 Stress and Anxiety

Do you get strongly disturbed whenever you hear any news concerning COVID-19? Do you frequently question yourself if you’re the only one who isn’t growing during this pandemic? You are not alone. As COVID-19 swept across the globe, it is enough to cause some mental health issues that need to be addressed. The havoc of […]

Sep 27
Why COVID is affecting the life of healthy young adults

Coronavirus is a pandemic no one really saw coming. After a lot of confusion and disarray even when the researchers have figured out how to prevent the virus from spreading, it is still doubtful if that is actually helping. As per the idea telecasted towards all of us, it was seen coronavirus was affecting more […]

Sep 23
Pandemic and its affect on student mental health

The pandemic has taken a toll on almost every individual’s life. The unavailability of any proper social and economic guidance has made a lot of people naive about their futuristic goals. Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the students have been in a disarray to find a balance between their personal and educational needs. […]

Sep 12
Education in the time of the pandemic

As per the reports of the UNESCO, over 1.3 billion students have been affected during this pandemic. Even though schools and institutions are trying to balance and adjust the academics part through onlineclasses, the students are still trampling to move ahead with the ‘new’ normal. Even though students are bearing this feeling of uncertainty in […]

Sep 01
How JEE examination will impact the students in a pandemic?

There is a growing concern nationwide not just among the students but the whole academic varsity to how the JEE exams will take place this year. Several questions and several concerns are put into question and various problems have come to the light as a result. So, below are some of the most serious questions which are coming up in the mind of the students during this time of crisis. These are the most common questions which are being asked by the students who are looking for giving their JEE examinations…

Aug 27
Things to know about Delhi University (DU) assessments in COVID

COVID 19 has taken a toll on everyone’s life. It has disrupted our routine and school/college students are largely impacted by this. The examination, assessment dates have been changed. There is a lot of uncertainty around how it will work out in the foreseeable future. Delhi University (DU) is home to more than 10,000 students. […]

Aug 24
Current situation of top 7 Indian Universities

MY topic describes the current situation of top Indian universities as we all know this time is very critical for the whole country due to COVID-19. what steps are taken by the top universities in india for fighting with COVID-19 and what what kind of situation they are facing when and where they are established and the courses they provide in their colleges. This article can help us by giving us main news and information given by these universities in recent time and they will cope up with this COVID-19 situation.

Aug 17
How COVID-19 impacted on students studies

COVID-19 has troubled each and every soul on this planet and its impacts on students’ studies. But it has caused a huge upheaval in student’s education. It has vastly and negatively impacted student’s education, created a huge around of panic across the world for teachers and students. Students were abruptly stopped from giving their board […]

Jun 27
Scope for B.Com from Delhi University after COVID-19!

The University of Delhi, also known as Delhi University (DU), is a collegiate public central university which is located in New Delhi India, which was founded in 1922. The B.com Degree provides with great managerial skills and build competency among the students for building a business. Let both sides seek to invoke the wonders of […]