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Volume & Issue no: Volume 9, Issue 8, August 2020

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Title:
Online Education Scenario in COVID-19
Author Name:
Shruti Dhanotiya, Dr.JayshriBansal
Abstract:
ABSTRACT COVID-19 as the name is telling a pandemic began with NOV-19. This pandemic started in Wuhan city that is situated in China and Dec 31, 2019, worldwide this pandemic is known to the world. This dangerous virus is called a CORONAvirus. According to the WHO report, 203 Countries and Territories are affected all over the world from 2020 onwards. The result was that all the MNCs, offices, business empires, schools, universities, wholesalers and retail markets, share markets, fashion shows, music concerts, etc. are closed. The roots of any country i.e. schools and university students are also facing difficult situations due to an enormous impact on the education system which is also affecting the future growth of the country. On March 11, 2020, WHO declared a high alert all over the world. For reducing this non-stoppable chain use of face masks, hand hygiene, self-quarantine, cleaning of surfaces, social distancing, avoiding public events, and public gathering is avoided. But our question is still pending, how students will be benefited during this pandemic situation, and how to overcome this loss. So, in this paper, we have discussed all the losses done during this pandemic and how to cover-up all and reach on top of the sky. UNESCO released a figure worldwide for 1,379,344,914 students who have affected studies and this is a very serious problem for upcoming decades. Keywords:Corona,Self-quarantine, Pandemic, Unesco, Phygital, Mobiroom.
Cite this article:
Shruti Dhanotiya, Dr.JayshriBansal , " Online Education Scenario in COVID-19" , International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM) , Volume 9, Issue 8, August 2020 , pp. 034-038 , ISSN 2319 - 4847.
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