CGRT: A Four-Tier Approach for Strengthening Indian Civilization in- and-post- COVID-19 Pandemic

Jaishree Shukla, Ravi Prakash Pandey ,Chandra Kant Shukla

In and after devastation, crisis and wars, the collective lives of citizens are greatly affected. Nowadays the mutual world, COVID-19 is not just a health, an economic or a humanitarian crisis but also a crisis of civilisation. Civilizations develop as a result of collective reactions to historical events and transform in human ecology, and despite differences, some elements in nature are universal. From the last few decades, globalization and unprecedented advances in communication and technology have further enhanced the generalities of human civilization. The pandemic has the capability to weaken the foundations and the very fabric of our civilization. It can not only change the human survival and work but can profoundly affect the human mutual relationships, core values and the nature of state and governance [1]. Even, the people who are safe but with a multitude of mental issues such as depression and anxiety are forced to fear and struggle indoors. There is substantial evidence of increased domestic discord and violence. In addition, there has been a significant increase in online child sexual abuse and child pornography. The children have many antisocial problems such as anger, anxiety, loneliness, loss of motivation and trouble concentrating. Phone and television screens are not an effective supplement for meaningful social interaction and physical activity. These are some signs of a crisis of civilization but other important factors at work. Although, hurdles and uncertainties also strongly leads towards the various novel solutions. In addition, Artificial Intelligence, IoT technology has controlled the education, health, government, and professions, making teachers, doctors, priests, and patrons increasingly irrelevant. This situation can cause serious damage to the Indian civilization [2]. The current pandemic scenario is no different and can definitely make into an opportunity to strengthen the Indian civilization.

Volume 12 | 06-Special Issue

Pages: 160-165

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12SP6/SP20201020