New Strain Of Coronavirus Project 2021 For Class IX – As Per CBSE Norms

Written By Avinash Sharan

19th April 2021

“New Strain Of Coronavirus project 2021 for class IX” is the topic for Disaster Management Project this year. According to CBSE, every student of Class IX have to submit a handwritten project on Disaster Management. In most of the Indian schools, this project is given as Holiday Home-work to class IX students. Students also utilize summer vacation time to complete this project.

While doing this project, you will face many difficulties. But, these difficulties of today will make you learn. You will develop 21st Century Skills which will make you capable of facing any disaster. While doing the project on Disaster Management, students set goals, exchange ideas and information, collaborate with others and then share their work.

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Disaster Management Project On Coronavirus For Class IX

Disaster Management Project On New Strain Of Coronavirus


1. Use A 4 size white paper / File paper.

2. Project should be hand written. (use blue or black ink).

3. use newspaper clippings, maps, charts, drawings, tables etc.

4. Each illustration should be supported with a write up/relevance to the topic.

5. The cover page should have the topic in bold letters, name and roll number.

6. Avoid using plastic covers / whiteners etc.

7. Use hard bound cove file or get your project spiral bound.

Design the cover page (Page No.1): “New Strain Of Coronavirus project 2021

Very first thing which every student must do is to design a cover page.

There is no harm in taking ideas from internet.

See hundreds of cover page designs.

Take note of good images, the way title is written, border design etc.

Once you are done, you have got enough ideas.

Now sit and design an innovative cover page.

Don’t copy from anywhere. Invest time, not money.

Try to use waste materials. Show it to your family members.

Watch their response and comments.

Design another cover page if not satisfied.

Now compare both the designs.

See which design is covering all the aspects of your topic.

Finalize the one which is more attractive and unique. Your cover page is ready.

Do not forget to write your Name, Class and Sec, Roll No. and Topic on the cover page in clear and bold handwriting.

Write down Acknowledgement (Page No.2)

After designing the cover page, now move on to the next page.

Generally, in the second page you acknowledge your school, Principal and your subject teacher, parents etc. You must not forget the contribution of anyone who helped you in completing the project. Here is a sample for your reference.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT (Write at the center)

I would like to express my special thanks of gratitude to my Principal (Name) as well as my Teacher (Name) who gave me the golden opportunity to do this wonderful project on the topic (NEW STRAIN OF CORONAVIRUS), which helped me in enhancing my knowledge.

Through the core of my heart, I would also like to thank everyone who all supported me. I an overwhelmed in all humbleness and grateful to acknowledge to all those who helped me to put these ideas well.

Equally grateful to my parents for giving me moral support and encouragement. With their able guidance and support, I could finalize this project within the limited time frame.

After completing this project, I feel motivated. Now I will be able to use my knowledge and skills during any type of Disaster in a more responsible and sustainable way.

Thanking you,


Index page: (Page No.3)

Page No. 3 will be your index page as given in text books. You have to mention the topics along with the page no.

See example:

Sl. No.  Topic                    Page No.

i)      Acknowledgement ….   2

ii)     Index ………………….           3.

iii)    What is Disaster Mana…4.

iv)    Man-made Disast………..5.

v)     Types of Man-m………. 6-8

Introduction (Page No.4) “New Strain Of Coronavirus project 2021

Your project begins from here.

Introduce your topic like WHAT IS DISASTER MANAGEMENT?


In this page you need to describe your topic in short. For example

Disaster Management aims to reduce or avoid the potential losses from hazards.

It assure prompt and appropriate assistance to the victims of a Disaster and achieve a rapid and effective recovery.

It is the management of resources and responsibilities to lessen the impact of disasters.

A brief History of COVID 19:

Corona virus actually belong to the Corona viridian family.

They are a large family of viruses that are known to cause illness.

It may range from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).

It represents crown like spikes on the outer surface of the virus, therefore, it was named as corona virus.

In December 2019, a hospital in China reported three cases of pneumonia of unknown causes for the first time.

These viruses were thought to infect only animals until the world witnessed a severe outbreak caused by SARS in China.

Authorities carried out an epidemiological investigation and notified the WHO.

In January, the whole genetic sequence of the novel coronavirus was shared with WHO.

Considering that COVID-19 is a brand-new virus, it will take some time to make a scientific assessment of its character.


Your actual project begins from Page No. 5.

In the recent past, there has been rise in the corona victims.

It is predicted to be new strain and the second wave of Covid.

Both, State and Central government claims that human behavior is the major factor.

Very few people follow COVID 19 precautions.

Others are not prescriptive in requiring these measures such as physical distancing, proper hand washing and mask wearing.

Central, State, Local government as well as individual people, differ in their response to the pandemic.

In some cities and towns, public places are closed and follow strict precautions, others have started operating normally.

At some places Government and community leaders encourage mask wearing and maintaining social distance, where as others say it is a matter of personal choice.

However, one can easily make out the relationship between those precautions and cases of COVID-19.

Places where people were careful, maintaining physical distance and wearing mask, there the number of cases are low.

But, in areas where fewer people are not taking precautionary measures, gathering at one place for eating, drinking, observe religious practices, cases are on the rise.

Life returning back to normalcy in Maharashtra, Jharkhand and Bihar, Cricket match organized by Chhattisgarh government in Raipur, Mass election rallies in West-Bengal and Kumbh mela in Uttar-Pradesh are also responsible for the outbreak of coronavirus.

Due to these events, every single infected person transmits the virus to many others — continue to occur.

Types of Coronavirus, Causes and Symptoms, Extent of Damage: (Page No. 7-8)

Coronaviruses are a family of viruses that may cause respiratory and intestinal illness in humans or animals.

It can range from mild cold and fever to severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS).

Even in case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) on the Arabian Peninsula can cause severe disease.

Since then (2019), the world has been battling with Coronavirus.

There are six currently known new strains of Coronavirus. They are alpha, beta, OC43, HKU1, SARS- (CoV), and MERS- CoV) coronavirus.

Causes and Symptoms of new Coronavirus:

COVID-19 is a respiratory condition caused by new Coronavirus.

Some people are infected but don’t show any symptoms.

Most people will have mild symptoms and get better with normal medication at home.

But, 1 out of 6 people will have severe problems such as trouble in breathing due to choked respiratory system.

The odds of more serious symptoms are higher if you are above 50 years of age or have any disease such as Diabetes, Lung infection, heart problem etc.

These symptoms usually begins within 2 to 14 days after you come in contact with the virus.

Some of the common symptoms are sore throat, cough and cold, Loss of smell or taste, congestion or running nose, vomiting, Diarrhea etc.

Extent of damage:

COVID-19 pandemic has led to a dramatic loss of human life. The economic and social disruption caused by the pandemic is devastating.

  • Millions of people are at risk of falling into extreme poverty.
  • Millions of enterprises face an existential threat. Without the means to earn an income during lockdowns, many are unable to feed themselves and their families. For most, no income means no food.
  • The pandemic has decimated jobs and placed millions of livelihoods at risk.
  • The pandemic has been affecting the entire food system. Border closures, trade restriction measures are disrupting domestic and international food supply.
  • With low and irregular incomes and a lack of social support, many of them are spurred to continue working, often in unsafe conditions, thus exposing themselves and their families to additional risks.

Disaster Preparedness: (Page No. 9)

Preparedness is the main way of reducing the impact of disasters.

Disaster Preparedness refers to measures taken to prepare for and reduce the effects of disasters.

Disaster preparedness activities embedded with risk reduction measures can prevent disaster situations and also result in saving maximum lives and livelihoods during any disaster situation.

It can bring the affected population to get back to normalcy within a short period of time.

Here’s what you can do now:

  • Practice COVID-19 precautions, such as maintaining distance, washing hands for 20 seconds and wearing three layered mask regularly while going out.
  • Stay in touch with local health authorities.
  • Maintain minimum two weeks worth of food, prescriptions and medicines.
  • Ensure everyone in your house and neighborhood gets vaccinated.

Disaster prevention: (Page No. 10)

Disaster prevention means action taken in advance. It is a concept of engaging in activities which intend to prevent adverse impacts of disaster.

Although, we know the fact that not all disasters can be prevented.

However, readiness, precautionary measures taken in advance, good risk management can definitely reduce the loss of life and injury.

Here’s what you can do:

Make everyone in the family aware and alert.

Discuss the mitigation plan in advance.

Divide the role of family members in case of a disaster.

Be in touch or keep contact numbers of family doctor, ambulance and close friends.

Keep a first aid kit ready.

Disaster Response / Relief: (Page No. 11)

Disaster response means rescue from immediate danger.

Quickly responding as per the need and plan.

Focus on immediate and short term needs.

Reach out for emergency services during or immediately after a disaster.

Stabilization of the physical and emotional condition of survivors is the primary aim of disaster response.

Some response actions, such as the supply of temporary housing, food, oxygen and water supplies, may extend well into the recovery stage.

Coordinating multi-agency response is important at this stage to reduce the impact of disaster and its long term results.

Relief activities include



Provision of food and water.

Emergency health care.

Do’s and don’ts during New Strain Of Coronavirus (Page No. 12-13)

The first thing you got to keep in mind is a precaution. Here is what you need to do to protect yourself from the outbreak.

1. Hand Wash

Regular hand wash for 30 seconds will help you avoid germs or any kind of infection. Use soap or hand sanitizer for better results and do this every time you travel or touch anything.

2. Cover Your Mouth & Nose

Covering your mouth and nose while sneezing or when anyone next to coughs or sneezes can do you a lot better. Coronavirus usually spreads through cough and covering your nose and mouth will save you from this epidemic.

3. Consult A Doctor If Sick

f you are suffering from a common cold, cough, nausea, vomiting, shortness of breath and fatigue make it a point to consult a doctor at the earliest. Any of these symptoms could be a sign that you are suffering from the virus.

4. Stay Indoors

Avoid being in crowded places. An infected person can spread the virus instantly and crowded places is a good way to accomplish this. Make sure you wear full sleeves shirts with anti-pollution masks when you travel. Staying indoors is a rather safe option.

Don’ts during New Strain Of Coronavirus

A virus that is as deadly as swine flu and viral fever needs to be treated with utmost sensitivity and here is what you consider not doing.

5. Avoid Close Contact With Anyone

Do not get close to anyone, especially touching or laughing closely. Also, use anti-pollution masks when out with friends or family. Avoid touching anyone and do not use the same utensils used by another. These simple non-touchy ways can do good until the outbreak comes to an end.

6. Do Not Spit

Spitting can increase the spread of the virus. Avoid spiting at in public and home. Also, avoid getting close to a sick person suffering from cold and cough.

7. Avoid Using Public Transport

Travelling by cab, flight, bus, train and tramp can get you infected. Use anti-pollution masks and carry a hand sanitizer with you everywhere. Consider travelling by your own vehicle and avoid public transport. In case you are feeling sick, it is advised that you avoid travelling and consult a doctor at the earliest.

FAQs (Page No. 14)

While the cure for this deadly virus is still on the go, we need to stay strong and take utmost preventive measures to keep our family and friends safe. Here are some frequently asked questions:

  1. How many cases have been recorded in India?

There are more than 2 lakh new cases in India at present.  Moreover, this rate is increasing at a rapid rate.

  1. How to detect the symptoms of corona fast? 

In its initial stages, none can detect this virus. However, if you are suffering from dry cough, shortness of breath and nausea, consult a doctor at the earliest.

  1. How did coronavirus enter India? 

India was infected due to a history of travelling people from another country. However, the government is taking measures to ensure that everyone stays healthy.

  1. How do you test coronavirus? 

Step 1: A swab test using cotton to take samples of your inner throat and nose will be taken.

 2: A thin tube is inserted into your lungs to recover lung samples.

 3: Finally, a blood test is done to confirm the diagnosis.

This deadly killer will not stop until we figure out a vaccine.  However, maintaining good hygiene such as covering your mouth while coughing and sneezing, use of hand sanitizer and wearing an anti-pollution mask will do you good. Say yes to hygiene and stay safe.

Bibliography: (Page No 15)

Certificate (Page No. 16) DISASTER MANAGEMENT PROJECT 2021

A B C Public School

New Delhi

This is to certify that

(mention your name) of Class IX -B has completed the Social Science Project of Disaster Management entitled


himself and under my guidance.

The progress of the project has been continuously reported and has been in my knowledge consistently.

 Teacher’s Signature.


After completing your DISASTER MANAGEMENT PROJECT 2021 during summer vacation, make sure that you arrange all the pages in proper sequence before submitting it to your teacher. It is mandatory for all students to complete and submit within the time limit. This project contains 20 marks. Utilize your summer vacation time to complete the Disaster Management Project 2021 and keep yourself free from a big responsibility. Also go through the complete project once and prepare yourself for viva as well. I wish all the students “Best of Luck” for the project. Previous year many students from different countries were benefitted and scored full marks from Disaster Management Project for Class 9 – Complete Guide. 

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