Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Kristuayanti College, Benagluru, Karnataka-560077
The virus from Wuhan shook the entire world. Almost 22 million people infected and 7000000 people died. Economy of many countries moved to upside down. Covid had created negative impact on GDP, employment, slashed the share market, and changed the track of economic growth. Irrespective of these changes some sectors extended its operation. Telemedicine is one among these. Because it is protective, less expensive and convenient to utilize during pandemic period. With this context, present paper aimed to conceptually analyze the existence of Telemedicine in India and its growth during pandemic.