Volume 14 No 1 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

COVID – 19 PANDEMIC MANAGEMENT IN THE RESIDENTIAL PREMISES OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.


Dr.M.Ramu, Akash Jiyalal Damahe, V Nimesh Nathan, K Periyaswamy, VenkateshV, Vishal Kumar

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I1.377

Keywords: Covid-19


Abstract

Covid 19 pandemic has severely affected daily lives. It spreads exponentially, taking many lives and shutting down essentially all outside activities. Since no completely effective vaccines are found yet so far until late December 2020, the only effective way to prevent infection from spreading is to maintain social distancing and precautionary methods. The government banned the gatherings to break down the exponential growth chain. To implement this, a lockdown was imposed. This decision had impacted almost every sector, be it industrial, agricultural, tourism or educational. However, as the condition is getting better, life is becoming as it was earlier before the pandemic, slowly resuming all activities. Since the educational institutions are also about to be opened after being closed for nearly 8 months, since march 2020, it is a very challenging task to ensure safety in the college premises without compromising with the health of the faculties, staff and the stakeholders. In this paper, there are various suggestions discussed using which, safety and proper arrangements can be implemented and optimized in the best case wherein the institutions can run uninterruptedly in the case of any pandemic. This paper also discusses the precautions which can be taken if there is a similar situation nearby future

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