Effect of covid 19 situation on stress level of Undergraduate Students: a study from Karad


  • Shivaji Pawar
  • Mahadeo Shinde
  • Neha Patil




COVID 19, Nursing Students, Stress.


Stress is a component of students' lives, and it can impair their ability to manage the academic rigours of college life. Their regular labour presents numerous obstacles, resulting in tension. Several studies indicate that there is an immediate need to analyse the influence of the present pandemic scenario on the mental health and well-being of students, which justifies conducting such research in multiple Indian states, including Maharashtra. Purpose of the study: The purpose of the study was to determine the prevalence of depression among patients with chronic renal disease and the relationship between depression prevalence and chosen sociodemographic characteristics. 300 nursing students were enrolled in the current study. It was a descriptive cross-sectional study design. In this investigation, a convenient sampling strategy was adopted. The research was conducted at the Karad Krishna Institute of Nursing Sciences. Utilizing the perceived stress scale, the depression was evaluated. Using descriptive and inferential statistics, the acquired data were evaluated and analysed.56.66% of the students in the present study had moderate stress, 26.33 % had high stress, and only 17% of the participants had a low stress level. The data indicate that nursing students had a moderate amount of stress due to the covid scenario.




How to Cite

Shivaji Pawar, Mahadeo Shinde, & Neha Patil. (2022). Effect of covid 19 situation on stress level of Undergraduate Students: a study from Karad. Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results, 1420–1423. https://doi.org/10.47750/pnr.2022.13.S09.172