1. S. Dhanya - Gujarat National Law University.
2. J. Shivani - Gujarat National Law University.
Global health emergency due to novel Corona Virus has impacted every segment of our life. It has led to worldwide lockdown affecting 80% of the world’s student population and throwing around 32 crores of children out of schools in India. This is a study conducted by the authors to evaluate and assess the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the education of adolescent children in India. In specific, the authors have attempted to understand the perception of
different stakeholders of education via multi-method approach. The authors have adopted a survey method to collect data on perceptions of students, parents, teachers and experts on the impact of health emergency and the nationwide lockdown on the education sector of the country; the steps taken by the schools and the government in making education accessible to all during the pandemic; the different strategies adopted by the private schools and public sector schools to overcome the threat thrown by Covid-19 outbreak and to identify the best practices adopted by education sector of various countries.
Pandemic, Education, Covid-19, India, Private schools, Public schools.