Anamnesis Of How India Dealt And Paved Entrepreneurial Opportunities During The Pandemic Covid-19

  • Jyotsna Rai Research scholar, School of Business Management, IFTM University, Moradabad, U.P. (India)
  • Rakesh Kumar Yadav Professor and Head, Department of Management, School of Business Management, IFTM University, Moradabad, U.P.
Keywords: Covid-19, India, Economy, Lockdown, Arogy Setu, Entrepreneurial Opportunities, Covid-19 Immunisation, CoWIN Application.


The Covid-19 proved to the world as a real pandemic affecting millions of people worldwide. India, the
st second-most populous nation globally, also suffered severely from the disease covid-19. As of 31 of
December 2020, India was investigated with 10,305,674 confirmed cases, and the death toll was 1,48,738.
More than 20 thousand confirm cases from covid-19 were in December itself across the nation. Like other
nations, India went through a different lockdown and unlocked rules and regulations, adversely affecting
human life and the economy. People realised that human sustenance on limited means was never
challenging, but then it had repercussions from economic aspects. Here, we attempt to discuss how India
dealt and would probably deal with the significant financial and human life issues during and post covid-19.
Additionally, how this pandemic proved to be a boon for some and created entrepreneurial opportunities for
them. This paper is a glance at the update on India's Covid-19 vaccine and the massive inoculation drive