COVID-19 is a humanitarian crisis. It disrupted human lives. This Corona epidemic has exposed lots of holes and risks in various businesses. According to the World Bank’s Assessment, India is expected to grow 1.5 per cent to 2.8 per cent. I.M.F. also projected a GDP growth of 1.9 per cent for India in 2020 because the global economy is affected by the COVID-19, the worst recession since the great depression. The pandemic hit MSMEs, tourism, automobile, textiles, restaurant, hotel, IT, banking and financial and allied sectors. Many people and families have already suffered in India and around the world from unexpected losses. The corona virus epidemic in India has thus affected both the demand and supply sides of the world’s economy.
Contents include : Impact of Corona Virus on Indian Informal Sector; Impact of Corona Virus (COVID-19) on Indian Economy; Impact of COVID-19 on the Indian Economy : A Fresh Look; Distanced, Discriminated and Distressed : Specially-Abled Reeling Under COVID-19 Impact; Economics of Healthcare and COVID-19 in India; Psychological Aspect of COVID-19; Potential Impact of COVID-19 on Indian Economy; COVID-19 and it’s Socio-economic Impact on India; COVID-19 Pandemic Impact on Economy; COVID-19 : Breaks to the Economies : (Special Reference to Indian Economy); Geo-fencing to Counter COVID-19; Impact of COVID-19 Lockdown on the Tribal Communities in India; Impact of COVID-19 on Migrants; Livelihood and Reverse Migration; CORONA Dilse : A Yogic Science Perspective; What Do We Need to Know About COVID-19?; COVID-19 : Impact on Tourism and Employment; Impact of COVID-19 on Tourism of Bihar; Impact of COVID-19 on India’s GDP and Fiscal Situation; Socio-Economic Problems of Migrant Workers in COVID-19 Pandemic.