By Sakshi Malhotra
Businesses and organizations are taking strategic steps
New Delhi, July 2020:
Due to the novel COVID-19, there has been an enormous loss of human lives, and the global economy has deeply felt the impact. The COVID-19 virus is affecting all businesses worldwide as it is restricted to a few sectors but is evident in all areas of the economy. Reduced foreign trade, declining global PMIs, and deep G.D.P. cuts this year imply that we have entered the predicted recessionary period. Businesses and organizations are taking strategic steps to keep physical contact to a minimum and keep the operations running. A major setback has been seen in the education sector as well. There is a complete transition from the traditional offline learning systems to the online learning system and many students.
India is a significant trading partner with several countries across the globe. The gap between the country’s imports and exports has declined steadily in recent months. We are likely to see many trends that emerge in the way business conducted during the pandemic—a considerable impact on the Indian students who planned to study abroad. Many students are going to postpone their study abroad plans because of international travel restrictions. It is a crucial time for students who usually plan to go overseas for their higher education as students just got done with their board exams, and this is when they start shortlisting the universities and colleges they want to get enrolled in. Sooner or later, higher education institutions might adapt to e-learning practices. The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic will continue to bring about vast improvements in teaching and learning practices at all educational levels. Studying abroad requires much planning, both financially and mentally, and because of the uncertainty of the situation right now, studying abroad does not seem to be a wise decision for many students.
Gopalan Anish Acharya, Founder of Medveda Educare Pvt Ltd, said, to Prittle Prattle News by sharing a Press Release “During these tough times, it is utmost important for students to get emotional support and guidance from their family, teachers, and career counselors. Planning to study abroad is a long process, and this decision cannot take overnight. For most Indian students, the pursuit of going abroad begins many years before the actual year they get enrolled. Counselors should help the students to explore more viable options. The situation is grim and might affect the long term plans for many of the students because many students are having financial issues as it is an unfortunate time.”
Gopalan Anish Acharya, C.E.O. of Medveda Educare Pvt Ltd., is one of the leading and best educational consultants. He did a short term computer course from Burbank U.S.A. that makes him help aspirants in studying from India to abroad. He provides medical seats in countries like Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Kazakhstan. Mr. Anish Acharya has represented India in front of more than 250 Institutions worldwide and has also collaborated with Authorities of Seandinavian Aviation Academy and also have workshops in the U.S.A. He had also worked with Tracy Smith, a Senior Avid Certified Instructor in Video Symphony and with International Co-coordinator of ACMT, CA. Being such a dominant personality, Mr. Anish Acharya has met world-famous characters like Vice-President of I.U.K., International Relations Officer Sally O’s Teen U.S.A., C.E.O. of ACMT U.S. A Daniel Dorim Kim and many more.