Ramification of COVID19 in Education Sector The Use of Data Prediction

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Sritha Zith Dey Babu Srithazith
Digvijay pandey
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Abstract

COVID-19 pandemic is now a burning issue in the world. Covid-19 is now an unknown killer. We see there are two tests for COVID-19. Such as PCR & RDB test. Though the RDB is the best one.Because it takes low time to give output. In case, around the world peoples are affecting COVID-19 rapidly. We can say that it’s an x=x2 equation which the affection rate is now maintaining. But, in this paper, we are going to see the real-time affection of COVID-9 in the educational area and we will also give a solution about how to get rid of this problem. Technology and our strategy will help us to analysand solve this problem. If we see the particular sector of education, we can see that the students are now in a big danger. Because, some of the students are now-missing their exams, class notes, regular exercise. So, here we are are going to solve this matter with the help of some methods and technology.

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Digvijay pandey, Department of Technical Education, Kanpur, India

Digvijay  Pandey is currently a Lecturer at the Department of technical education, Kanpur, India. He obtained his M.tech with honors in Digital system and Design at KNIT Sultanpur(Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University, Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow.) India in 2016. He did his First Degree in B.tech in honors in 2011 at IERT Allahabad(Dr.  A.P.J.  Abdul  Kalam  Technical  University,  Uttar  Pradesh,  Lucknow.)India. In 2012, he joined TCS(IT analyst)and worked for various US/UK/Canda projects till 2016 and also work IERT Allahabad as faculty. He has more than 9 years of experience in the field industry and teaching. He has been on the reviewing member of many reputed journals.

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