Volume 13 No 2 (2021): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education
Statistical Analysis on the Effects of Lockdown and Its Impact on Childhood Education During Covid-19
D. Hepsiba, L.D. Vijay Anand, J. Samson Isaac
Keywords: Covid-19, Lockdown, Pollution, Air Quality Index, Childhood Education, Stress Management, Finance Management.
The spread of Coronavirus in faster pace has made the World Health Organization to declare the outpour as Pandemic. Due to the drastic increase in the number of cases reported, it is clear that lockdown is most helpful to stop the spread of the disease. Our research focusses on the protective measures to be taken to safeguard against the coronavirus, positive and negative impacts of lockdown in the education of children and its management measures. All the data for our study are taken from the websites of WHO, Centers of Disease Control & Prevention, US Food & Drug Administration, National Air Quality Index of India, NASA and ISRO. The research was made on the Air Quality Index of Ashok Vihar, Delhi on the normal day and during the lockdown day, through this study its clearly evident that there was an enormous reduction in environmental pollution. Even though the government officials and the health care professionals are taking much pain to save people from this virus it is the duty of every citizen to follow the instructions in fighting against this dreadful coronavirus.
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