The world is ever-changing and too unpredictable. The situations, techniques, methods, challenges and criteria are changing so fast that it is tough to cope with all these with our traditional approaches and learning. To achieve our aspirations, desires and to stay updated in changing world self-learning is the tool and it is learning about today’s world. If we see right now situation where the whole world is suffering from Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID -19) is a communicable disease first found in Dec 2019 in Wuhan, the capital of China. The World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the coronavirus is a Public Health Emergency. Countries’ Government has taken social distancing as a measure preventive tool against the Corona Virus and made the complete lockdown. All the activities have got to stop except emergency, and people get locked in their houses. The measure issue is how to utilise this time in a constructive way and keep ourselves ready for the future. So, this article focuses on the self-development of people with self-learning practices in the lockdown period. The article will put highlight what can be the self- learning tools through which we can enhance our different skills.
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