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Analyze the Change in Behaviour with Sustainable Approach among Children with Special Reference (Before and After COVID-19)


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1 MBA, School of Business, University of Engineering and Technology, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India
2 Assistant Professor, School of Business, University of Engineering and Technology, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India
     

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NGO is a voluntary group or institution with a social mission, which operates independently from the government. As we know in the late 2019 a disease namely COVID-19 hit the world due to which a lot of problems have been faced by the world. Everything has been stopped to control the disease by implementing lock-down in all the countries of the world in different stages. If we talk about India lots of people have lost their jobs and have no source of income and there are many poor people like beggars, laborers, rickshaw drivers and many more who use to feed their families on the daily wages they use to earn but COVID-19 made their life hard. Government of India took the initiative and tried their best to help these kinds of people by providing groceries, food and many other day to day products which are used for living. If some people are left where Government was not able to reach those people were helped by the NGOs to get them groceries, food and many other day to day products which are used for living. My research finding indicates the techniques used by Building Dreams Foundation to change the behaviour of poor people to provide their children education and send them to the school or the NGO, what are the criteria used by the NGO to achieve their organizational goal and matrix used to determine mind set of backward class in result to observational approach.

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Behaviour, COVID-19, Criteria, NGO, Matrix, Technique.
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Authors

Lakshya Bhalla
MBA, School of Business, University of Engineering and Technology, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India
Khushi Singh
MBA, School of Business, University of Engineering and Technology, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India
Ria Kapil
MBA, School of Business, University of Engineering and Technology, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India
Ashima Garg
Assistant Professor, School of Business, University of Engineering and Technology, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India

Abstract


NGO is a voluntary group or institution with a social mission, which operates independently from the government. As we know in the late 2019 a disease namely COVID-19 hit the world due to which a lot of problems have been faced by the world. Everything has been stopped to control the disease by implementing lock-down in all the countries of the world in different stages. If we talk about India lots of people have lost their jobs and have no source of income and there are many poor people like beggars, laborers, rickshaw drivers and many more who use to feed their families on the daily wages they use to earn but COVID-19 made their life hard. Government of India took the initiative and tried their best to help these kinds of people by providing groceries, food and many other day to day products which are used for living. If some people are left where Government was not able to reach those people were helped by the NGOs to get them groceries, food and many other day to day products which are used for living. My research finding indicates the techniques used by Building Dreams Foundation to change the behaviour of poor people to provide their children education and send them to the school or the NGO, what are the criteria used by the NGO to achieve their organizational goal and matrix used to determine mind set of backward class in result to observational approach.

Keywords


Behaviour, COVID-19, Criteria, NGO, Matrix, Technique.

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