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Concern: Students in crisis class

As soon as the Corona crisis started, two things started to emerge as a big volume of concern, first of all, the situation that is happening during this time has made the life of the poor so difficult that even if they can survive the infection, then the situation makes them Will kill The second reason for concern is related to education. According to a recent study by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the closure of schools, colleges and educational institutions due to the Corona crisis has affected the education of more than one and a half billion students in 191 countries of the world, which at various levels The total students enrolled is 91.3 percent.

According to this UNESCO study, the Corona crisis in India has affected the reading of an estimated 32 crore students during this period, including 15.81 million girls and 16.25 crore boys. The study said that the most impact of the closure of the school is on the students of disadvantaged sections.

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In order to overcome the corona infection, many countries, including Russia, Australia, the United States, Canada, and Greenland, were imprisoned locally or regionally.

Interestingly, the reading and reading of millions of students in these countries have also been affected. However, data from these countries are not included in the study. According to UNESCO, 27.84 crores in China, 1.86 crores in Iran, about one crore in Italy, 1.53 crores in Germany, 1.54 crores in France, 97 lakhs in Spain, and 1.54 crores students in Britain affected due to the closure of the educational institute Has happened. The study says that one in four students studying in higher educational institutions are being affected by this epidemic.

UNESCO has begun to consider adopting emergency measures to deal with the impact of Corona on students’ education. UNESCO Director General Adrey Ajule says it has become a complex problem. To ensure that children’s education is not affected, all countries will have to make efforts to find high-tech, low-tech and non-tech solutions.

International cooperation is important to make the most effective way to reach every country. Through this, necessary support can be extended to school children, teachers and families. The United Nations General Assembly and the Economic and Social Council are also involved in this initiative.

Ajule admits that there has been a lot of disruption in education due to the global crisis involving Corona. If it persists, it could be a threat to the right to education. There is a need to understand this danger in this way, it is not only affecting the training of an entire generation, but it is also affecting the mental development of this generation.

The World Health Organization has already warned that those looking for a vaccine regimen to relieve the corona infection are seeing this crisis at the same level. Actually, this crisis of epidemic has completely changed the naturalness of the relationship between man and society. Unfortunately, this change is not human from anywhere.

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