05 Dec, 2020
The present global COVID-19 or coronavirus pandemic has had an enormous effect on the existing education system. It is a known fact that many education organizations like colleges, universities, and institutions were shut down on a temporary basis.
As per the advisory issued by the government of India the students are to stay at their respective homes and not to go out frequently, until and unless it is an emergency. This has naturally impacted the 3.7 crore students and approximately 14 lac teachers. The pandemic has also brought about a slowdown in the admission process this year.
During the present pandemic situation, healthcare services have been overwhelmed as there has been a scarcity of skilled paramedical professionals. The present scenario has shown us that we need more paramedical professionals than ever.
With the increasing prevalence of COVID- 19 worldwide we would armies of paramedical healthcare professionals. Shortage of paramedical professionals during the COVID-19 has been a huge problem as only doctors are not enough to treat the patients.