COVID-19 Pandemic: Strategies for Educational Institutions in India


  • Komalpreet Singh GNA UNIVERSITY
  • Manu Sharma Assistant Professor, PhD Scholar
  • Taranjit Singh Vij Assistant Professor


COVID-19, educational institutions, government, humanitarian, terminations


Beginning of the March 2020, COVID-19 had created numerous problems in the field of education. As of 31 March 2020, 185 nations around the world had reported the closure of educational institutions. Educational institution closures had a profound and enduring impact on health, educational, economic, and social inequalities. The lockdown brought an unpredicted pressure on the education framework of the nation. As COVID-19 pandemic spreads, the educational institutions at primary, secondary, and college levels had to close down.  There was a great need to adopt new measures to move to other platforms and letting education flow to the learners. Social separation had gotten a basic in this battle against a strong, undetectable adversary. This chapter analyses strategies and approaches that have been applied in the education setting. Some recommendations can be used for future emergencies in such a situation.



How to Cite

Singh, K., Manu Sharma, & Taranjit Singh Vij. (2020). COVID-19 Pandemic: Strategies for Educational Institutions in India. NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos &Amp; CSR, 3(2), 1–6. Retrieved from