CONSEQUENCES AND REMEDIAL MEASURES TO CONTROL THE IMPACT OF COVID 19 ON INDIA

Dr. Reena Gupta Dr.Sanjay Sharma

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Abstract:-  Now a day we are facing the problem of COVID 19 or in other words lockdown. Corona Virus is spreading all over the world including India. Whole world is presently dealing with these two words and trying to cope up with this critical situation. World Health Organization announced it pandemic. Most of the countries are in lockdown mode. Presently, the prime objective of the country’s leaders is to save the life of their countrymen. First priority is health, country’s man power and economic resources are indulging in health sector. Currently, India’s only 25% of the economy is in working mode and 75% in lockdown. Most of the sectors are affected by it. India was moving to about 3 trillion economies and was target to achieve in 2020-21 growth rates, but with covid-19 it is not possible to achieve. Indian economy has the fifth place in the world economy, the continuous spreading of this virus affecting on demand and supply in the Indian market as well as global market. Present study deal with the positive and negative impact of COVID 19 on India’s social, economical, political and technological ground and also suggest some remedial measures to deal with the situation.

Keywords:- COVID 19, India, Consequences, Remedial Measures.


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