The impact of Education on the Student, Family and Society as a result of Covid-19 in India

Chendappa Rajappa Kambar
Department of Social Justice and Empowerment, Dr. Ambedkar International Centre, DAIC, 15, Janpath, New Delhi, India.
Geeta Rajashekhar Pattar
Department of Social Justice and Empowerment, Dr. Ambedkar International Centre, DAIC, 15, Janpath, New Delhi, India.


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The Covid-19, which shocked the whole world and created a riot, is well known to the common man today. Covid-19 has already been declared as a pandemic under the Infectious Diseases Act-1897. It is noteworthy that the pandemic has not only directly caused harm to man, but also indirectly caused him to discontinuing his academic, economic and social activities with considerable damage. The virus, which first appeared in China in December 2019, appeared first in India on 30th January 2020, on a student returning to Kerala from Wuhan University, China. Since then, the Covid-19 pandemic has spread in India and killed 4,18,987 people till 22 July 2021. As a result of this horror, many of the country's historic buildings, religious sectors, entertainment mansions, railways, courts, administrative sectors and educational institutions were officially closed, causing considerable problems in Indian Society. Against that backdrop, the present article seeks to address how and why Covid-19 has impacted Students, Families, Educational Institutions and Society in relation to academic life.


  • Influence on students,
  • Influence on families,
  • Influence on society and educational institutions


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Article Details

Volume 2, Issue 4, Year 2021

Published 2021-11-15