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Latest Corona Virus effects on Indian Higher Education | What Universities and Schools are doing in this devastating era of Covid-19

The effects of Covid-19 (Corona Virus) on the higher education system of India are purely devastating. This virus is outrageous and has fractured the backbone of the Indian Education System. It Flew from China, but when landed in India, the Corona Virus made everyone run for their lives, cancel their routines, and bound to stay at home.

Other developed nations like the US, Australia, and Japan too are suffering badly from the effects of this monstrous Covid-19 virus, but at least their education system has some modernity. They are practicing digital education for years, but what about India?

Indian education is traditionally based on face to face training. The coronavirus completely shattered the walls of our education system and brought every student's life on the knees. In fact, as per the latest updates from the Health Ministry, the confirmed Coronavirus Cases in India reach 5916 in total, out of which 506 are cured, and 178 deaths are confirmed till 31st March 2021

Right Now, it is the season of admission in India, where countless children are preparing for their entrance examinations, college interviews, academic rounds, and much more, but, this deadly virus is intended to destroy everyone's career and routines.

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The precautionary measures that are had to be taken by the Education Department of India due to Coronavirus, resulted in postponing entrance exams like JEE MAIN, MHT-CET, KCET, etc. The virus still didn't stop like it wasn't enough, even it brought the National Level Defense Examination, SSC, UPSC, and Banking tests to cancel. Children who were dreaming of starting their college life and higher studies also got pulled by the Covid-19 and it resulted in postponing their 12th and 10th examinations.

 Note: The education system of India is not much flexible to adapt itself as per the current consequences. Down below the article will tell you more about the effects of evil Coronavirus on the higher education system of India.

List of Exams Postponed due to Corona Virus

To battle the escalation of Covid-19 (Coronavirus) among the youth of India, the central and state governments took this step of postponing exams. Here we are with the list:-

National Level Examinations 


School & College Level Examinations 

  • AP SSC Class 10th Exams 
  • Tripura Board Exam
  • Maharashtra SSC Exam
  • Madhya Pradesh Class 10th and 12th Exams
  • Chattisgarh and Punjab Board Exams
  • Rajasthan Board Exams
  • JKBOSE Board Exams
  • ICSE and ISE Exams
  • Rajasthan University Exams
  • Karnataka Class 7th to 9th
  • IIT Kanpur Exams
  • Department of Higher Odisha Semester Exams
  • All UP Govt Schools' Examinations
  • Nagpur University Exams
  • Goa Class 8th Exams
  • UGC Exams
  • CBSE Board Exams for 10th and 12th
  • Kerela 10th and 12th Exams
  • Maharashtra SSC Exams
  • Telangana SSC Exams
  • Uttarakhand Class 10th and 12th Exams
  • West Bengal 12th Boards
  • Goa Board Exams
  • Karnataka PUC II Exams
  • Ts Inter Exam
  • Himachal Pradesh Exams 

State Level Entrance Tests and Admission Entrance Exams

  • GUGCET 2021
  • Aligarh Museum University
  • MAH MCA 2021
  • Bihar DE.EI.Ed Joint Entrance Exam 2021
  • OJEE 2021
  • Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya 
  • DAVV UG Entrance Exams
  • AMU Entrance Exams

Government Jobs Level Examinations 

  • RBI Assistant Main Exam
  • Delhi Higher Judicial Services Main
  • Kerela PSC Recruitment Exam
  • Bihar Public Service Commission Exam
  • ITBP Recruitment Exam
  • Bihar BEd CET 2021 
  • IBPS PO and SO
  • Clerks Result 2021
  • SSC 
  • Junior Engineer Examination 

This is how the Indian Universities are dealing with Covid-19 (Coronavirus)?

The traditional education system of Indian Universities allows offline teachings only. And, they are following it for many years so it will obviously going to be a bit hard for them to swallow the techniques of online education. But, some renowned education providers of our nation like Delhi University showed some positivity in these hard times, by opening online classes to its students.

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Several other higher institutions of India supported this admirable step taken by the University of Delhi, but not all of them are well-equipped with modern and digital facilities to perform that step. Therefore students who are already a part of these underresourced academies of India may need to suffer loss in their entire academic year.

Words of Education Minister on Coronavirus (Covid-19)

The Education Minister of India assures that they are trying their best to come up with top solutions against the critical damage done by Covid-19 to the Indian Education Schedule.

Universities and schools in India are not that strong to handle the effects of epidemic diseases. Even digital teaching is not much comfortably accepted here, by the parents and students. Still, the experts are looking for innovative solutions, but one thing is for sure, that if Coronavirus lasts long, then the education system of India will have to take some serious measures regarding the implementation of digital education impartment, because the more we'll delay, the more we'll lose.

2021 Admissions in India during Covid-19 (Coronavirus)

It will not be incorrect to say, that the Indian Admission System, on which a considerable amount of student population relies, is nothing but incapacitated (Powerless). And, the usual reason behind this lagging admission speed of India, is because of limited resources.

Even in 2021, a major part of the Indian population is still untouched of highspeed internet and instant modes of communications. This creates a barrier between capable students and Universities, hence also results in the non-utilization of resources.

Plus, the Covid-19 is also trying its best to destroy the admission period of the Indian education schedule. To bridge the lacking gap between students and colleges, especially in these difficult times, and several other admission portals are doing a great job. These admission portals let students have 100% free admission assistance while sitting on their couch. 

Due to coronavirus students can't visit Universities and Schools for offline admission procedures. Here is where the plays the vital role, by providing them admission registration, and whole other formalities on a single phone call. Just dial this number 09717134336, and get your admission done in your desired college. (This expert admission assistance is absolutely free of cost)

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