Socioeconomic Domains in Times of COVID-19


  • Sarfaraz Ahmed Bhutto
  • Jai Kishan
  • Dr. Ikhtiar Ali Ghumro
  • Zulfiqar Ali Rajper


Socioeconomic, COVID-19, Universities, Students, Pakistan


The pandemics in modern history has posedseveral problems for human beings. The new COVID-19 pandemic has also indulged in generating damaging impact on the world's aggregate economy, health and education. The extended lockdowns contributed to changes in working conditions among the institutions. Institutions of education have also moved their classes to online system. Considering aggregate population of countries affected by this whole episode, bring drastically psychological issues among people. In various parts of society, problems which already have unrevealing prevalence due to unfairness are illustrated at higher levels.In this context, the current study explores the role of the socio-economic classes in the prevalence of COVID-19 anxiety among students from various Pakistani universities. The findings show that students with lower socio-economic backgrounds have greater concern about COVID-19 than students with lower, lower-middle, and upper-middle socio-economic backgrounds. The study suggests the setting up of university institutions to help students deal with the issue of anxiety




How to Cite

Sarfaraz Ahmed Bhutto, Jai Kishan, Dr. Ikhtiar Ali Ghumro, & Zulfiqar Ali Rajper. (2023). Socioeconomic Domains in Times of COVID-19. Elementary Education Online, 20(4), 452–459. Retrieved from