Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis on Education and Health System in India


Priyanka A. Masih1, Gaurav Pratap Singh2, Manoj Kumar Sharma3

1Ph.D Scholar, Principal, Rohilkhand College of Nursing, Bareilly International University, Bareilly.

2Ph.D Scholar, Assistant Professor, Keshlata College of Nursing, Bareilly International University, Bareilly.

3Ph.D Scholar, Assistant Professor Rohilkhand College of Nursing, Bareilly International University, Bareilly.

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Coronavirus has totally determined individuals lives of India just as rest of the world, absolutely in an alternate way. Consequently like different nations, India is likewise gravely upsetting now in a colossal manner like schooling thus called best wellbeing foundations absolutely influence the financial condition towards descending bearing of the present time and the future in a savage way. There is no closure till now to stop this pandemic and the entire world is confronting other COVID-19 repercussions for example pandemic emergency. Financially, India was at that point in an awful condition before beginning of this pandemic and now this emergency has caused increasingly more unfortunate circumstance for individuals. All individuals lives of both metropolitan and country territories are dangerous influenced by this pandemic emergency. Social separating and other security safety measure are not completely followed by individuals. Then again, this pandemic emergency has expanded the joblessness rate with nervousness and discouragement. In that circumstance, both government and general medical services area are fallen because of substantial COVID-19 patients. The previous actual homeroom framework is completely changed into online study hall framework and students (fundamentally in country areas) fell some trouble to receive this. This emergency creates another framework for work, called telecommute. In this section, we examine about some significant purposes of emergency in this pandemic circumstance in India.


KEYWORDS: Pandemic crisis in India, economy, GDP, e-comers, health, mental health, domestic violence, online education system, migrant workers, unemployment, gender bias.




“Know your Rights and Demand your Rights”

The COVID-19 pandemic has severely affected on India in a colossal manner, particularly on the general wellbeing frameworks, training and financial exercises. In this awful circumstance, the casual financial arrangement of India has now endured because of the financial imbalances what partition the country.


These days, quantities of individuals passing on from craving and loss of life chronic weakness frameworks are incredibly expanding step by step. This pandemic emergency dangerous impact on individuals lives of both metropolitan and rustic regions. In this time, this infection is totally sent from metropolitan to rustic areas of India and makes a genuine damaged circumstance. Social removing is hard to follow by the poor metropolitan individuals who live in ghettos and these days it absolutely doesn't follow by numerous individuals particularly the residents in their day by day life (Ghosh et al., 2020).


Pandemic Crisis on Health System:

In this basic circumstance, clinical offices are completely hampered in India. Significant disparities and interruption are noticed for other therapy in light of the bustling timetable of colossal number COVID-19 cases. Kids immunization program such Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis on Economy, Education and Health System in India 7 as tuberculosis, meningitis, pneumonia, challenging hack, lockjaw, hepatitis B and diphtheria and so forth are presently confronted little troubles (Rukmini, 2020).


Disturbances of kidney dialysis and chemotherapy therapy of malignancy are likewise confronted trouble for grown-ups (Pramesh et al., 2020; Dore, 2020).


Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the most elevated troubling sicknesses in India, by and large because of hunger related with neediness. This pandemic emergency contrarily affects TB cases while they are likewise vulnerable to COVID-19 contamination (Marimuthu, et al., 2020).


Post-COVID Syndrome in India and the World:

There is no closure till now to stop this pandemic and the entire world are confronting another COVID-19 result wellbeing emergency, called "post-COVID disorder". Public Center for Biotechnology Information and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have discovered that numerous patients who recuperated from this infection are currently enduring post COVID condition of hazardous side effects. These indications of destructive medical problems around the entire world resemble coronary illness, stroke, lung harm, neurological issues or ongoing exhaustion. Diary of American Medical Association directed in Frankfurt, Germany found that heart-related issues are found for 78% recuperated patients who have a place in the middle of 40 to 50 matured. As indicated by the investigation of Edinburgh University in UK, 69 nations of six landmasses discovered 55% patients with heart anomaly while 15% with serious variations from the norm. A large number of the recuperated patients are being re-hospitalized for harming lung tissues and once in a while need oxygen uphold time to time for rest of their lives. As per the exploration of National Institute of Health of America and others, post COVID condition can cause irregularities of apprehensive, invulnerable and metabolic frameworks in the patient's body and furthermore cause serious exhaustion, cerebrum haze, body throb and agony. Kids are additionally influenced from this post-COVID-19 disorder. Effect of COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis on Economy, Education and Health System in India. This disorder incorporates Kawasaki-like sickness or Multisystem fiery condition in kids (MIS-C) with now and again organ harm. The issue of post COVID disorder is appeared in Table 1.1.


Table 1.1: Post COVID-19 Syndromes and Their Report Study

Post COVID-19


Report Study

Heart Problem

80% people facing this problem which in long term may result multiple organ disability

Chronic Fatigue

10% cases are found


Most of the patients require oxygen support for whole Life


Found in children which cause multiple organ damage


Post COVID-19 Syndromes and Their Report Study Post COVID-19 Syndromes Report Study Heart Problem 80% individuals dealing with this difficult which in long haul may result numerous organ handicap Chronic Fatigue 10% cases are discovered Breathlessness Most of the patients require oxygen uphold for entire life MIS-C Found in kids which cause various organ harm In India, likewise numerous patients, who were treated for delayed periods in concentrated consideration units because of COVID-19, may now require a couple of more months to recuperate completely,


India Facing Mental Health Crisis:

The COVID-19 pandemic emergency has driven great many individuals in India towards constrained seclusion and joblessness. Wellbeing specialists consistently caution us that there is an expansion innsion, despondency and self destruction and in this manner psychological wellness could turn into the country's next emergency. The cross country closure crushed the existences of more than 1.3 billion individuals, bringing about increment of mass joblessness likewise with significant degrees of pain among huge segments of the populace. Those individuals who didn't encounter any emotional well-being issue preceding this pandemic have additionally discovered issues adapting. Individuals feel trouble condition because of segregation, dread, vulnerability, financial strife and generally speaking inappropriate information on COVID-19 (Kochhar et al., 2020).


Joblessness is likewise make high disappointment level and drive those individuals to constant pressure, uneasiness, wretchedness, liquor reliance, and self-hurt. India is one of those nations where wretchedness and uneasiness levels are expanding because of present of most elevated number of poor and malnourished explanation. Consequently, 134,516 suicides cases were accounted for just in India in the year 2018. Further liquor forbidding (Nadkarni et al., 2020)


in the lockdown time frame is additionally a typical purpose behind expanding self destruction level (Sahoo et al., 2020). Likewise, remaining at home during lockdown period caused unfortunate food propensities for individuals and poor actual work which thus make expanding weight, diabetes and expanding the prospects of cardiovascular infection (Gopalan et al., 2020; Ghosh et al., 2020).


Notwithstanding, there is additionally a positive indication of this lockdown is that individuals are presently remaining at home and investing their significant energy with family, which is just authentic for those families which are financially steady (Sheth, 2020).


Point Wise Current Situation of Indian Education System in This Pandemic Crisis:

·       About 285 million learners are adversely affected by this pandemic and transmitted into online education.

·       This transition has not been possible for all students because of huge regional and household inequality in India for accessing internet and technology.

·       The rapid shift of this online education system has created a long-term issue of inequality with digitally divide in India which will finally affect the future economy, education and digitalization policies.

·       Overall this short term learning outcomes will result a loss in human capital and also decreased economic opportunities in long term.


1.4.2 Increasing Gender Bias also, The Digital Divide: In India, poor monetary condition is now a main consideration for some, understudies exiting from school before pandemic (NSSO 2014-15 report).


Effect of COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis on Economy, Education and Health System in India 14 Hence, this unfeeling pandemic and lockdown have to a great extent influenced those 1.4 million traveler laborers and others (90% 0f all out India's populace) who fundamentally work in sloppy areas.


Pandemic Crisis Forces into Millions of Child Labor:

It is truth that India has been now confronting an emergency in training well before the beginning of this COVID-19 pandemic. As indicated by an investigation of DHL International GmBH in 2018, around 56 great many youngsters were not accepting any type of training inside the country. This number is more than twofold that of the gatherings of Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis on Economy, Education and Health System in India 15 Bangladesh joined. In India, these kids have gotten changed over into kid work. As indicated by International Labor Organization, in any event, more than 10 million kids are occupied with some type of work, at the expense of any training. These days, numerous organizations may utilize youngster work where conceivable, to repay the work lack in the market that has changed as an outcome of gigantic number of opposite relocation because of the down business action at this pandemic emergency. Notwithstanding, some transient laborers who back again to their unique work environments may carry their kids with them to moderate the harm of their occupations with bringing in more cash.


Education System of India into Digital Mode:

The entire world is going on through greatest lockdown emergency which has additionally brought about India. Entire training arrangement of India is dangerous influenced and confronting a critical circumstance. All the private, government school, school and colleges were shut and last semester assessments are experiencing on the web assessment measure. In general, all the understudies and their educators are confronted numerous difficulties in instruction framework like study hall interference of instructors with the learning understudies. Furthermore, affirmation measure and real assessment of inward evaluation are hampered in this repulsive circumstance. The Government of India started another stage called online Digital Learning for offering training to all. Generally, different apparatuses like Google Meet, Google homeroom, WebEx and so on are utilized to defeat the present circumstance (Rathee and Sarkar, 2020).


Some Issues That Must Be Addressed Before Taking Online Lessons:

It has most likely that in this pandemic emergency, the entire training frameworks are currently moved briefly from actual study hall to online homeroom framework. Effect of COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis on Economy, Education and Health System in India 16 Hence, different computerized learning stages are effectively evolved to lead the study hall measure in the country and the accompanying significant issues should be tended to prior to taking off-grounds advanced cooperation:

·       Check advanced availability for all understudies.

·       Check the suitability of advanced associations accessible for all understudies at their separate areas with plentiful capacity to deal with the computerized connection.

·       Know about sufficient assets (composing instruments and so on) for all understudies to finish their assignments.

·       Must request that all understudies realize capacity to comprehend and retain the online exercises. • Must realize their contention to take an interest in the internet learning mode.

·       Teachers should have satisfactory computerized framework to do the online exercises.

·       Teachers ought to have satisfactory learning material with them at their homes to impart to the understudies



In this current investigation, the impact of iCOVID-19 pandemic emergency on Indian economy, wellbeing and instruction framework is talked about. These whole emergencies are associated and transformed into gigantic lull of whole monetary state of India everlastingly in the set of experiences. Likewise we don't have a clue where the finish of this pandemic and what amount of time it required to survive? As time is going on, Indian economy will hope to encounter most noteworthy destruction than different nations on the grounds that our alleged best wellbeing foundations were at that point in horrendous circumstance before this pandemic. We should just wear cover and use sanitizer or hand wash or cleanser to get solid at this pandemic circumstance until the appropriate immunization will come into the market. The public authority ought to bring some new helpful strategies, offices and create or re-form the wellbeing and financial design for the benefit of individuals by their Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis on Economy, Education and Health System in India 17 important specialists. On the off chance that these guidelines are followed appropriately by us and the public authority, we will beat this emergency and will go to the new typical life by and by.



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Received on 09.02.2022         Modified on 21.06.2022

Accepted on 10.10.2022       ©A&V Publications All right reserved

Int.  J. of Advances in Nur. Management. 2022; 10(4):420-423.

DOI: 10.52711/2454-2652.2022.00091