This pandemic has made it so much difficult for students. This is not for just one country; the same is
happening for all the students worldwide. Students are missing out on their golden days because of this
virus. Now, until the vaccine comes, everyone is stuck in their homes. With all the bad things COVID made
us go through, it did one thing good for us; it makes us robust against the drastic changes that might come in
the near future or after decades. Now, we have the rules and measures set to keep ourselves safe from things
that can harm us or come in the way or our careers.
Below are some positive impacts that we will be talking about now:
- Dynamic nature: When you go through a crisis, you tend to keep measures to cope with that in mind for
future problems. Even students will always learn to keep some basic strategies that might help them with
their coming crises if they go through any. COVID has made us immune to such changes in the environment
and given early exposure to helpful guidelines.
- Keeping a safe distance: From now on, people will keep on wearing masks and use sanitizers to stay
away from the germs. In short, this virus has also converted a lot of us into germophobes. Schools will keep
proper cleanliness to keep all the risks aside.
- E-learning: this is a new aspect provided to both teachers and students; this can be used for the future
also if a student is medically injured, he/she can stay updated on the topic going on in the class. Teachers
will be able to work remotely in an efficient manner. In the starting, teachers were not aware of the
technologies, but now that they are aware of it, they can give tuitions to people in other states also and use
their teaching talent in a better way.
- Creative measures: some brilliant minds will give much better solutions in the coming future; now that
people are habitual of such things, more features will be introduced in these applications. The creative minds
have got the push they needed to kick start the ideas of new applications and better features in the existing
- Major input in resources: Before COVID 19, the only handful of schools had resources like computers
and laptops. Now that they have seen the usefulness of such gadgets, they invest more in that so that the
future generation is already introduced to its features and measures to cope with the problems.
To sum up,
This pandemic has made us resilient to all the problems; we are now capable of surviving all of the issues
the environment has got in reserve for future generations. The younger generation is gaining a lot of work
skills. With less access to teachers and the skills they get from being in a group activity, they start to feel