A STUDENT'S PERCEPTION TOWARDS ONLINE AND OFFLINE CLASSES DURING THIS COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Author(s):
Dr. N. RAMYA, Ms. V. ANUSURYA, Ms. M. KEERTHANA
Keywords:
Education, Student’s perception, Covid-19 pandemic, online & offline classes.
Abstract
Change is the only thing that remain constant. In march 2020, covid 19 is declared as the global pandemic and affect all lives, process, systems adversely. Pandemic has created lots of changes in all the sectors. This is especially true in the case of education sector. Due to advancement of technology many changes have taken place in education sector. The concept of e-learning was introduced but not been made as compulsion. But in this pandemic due to shut down of schools & colleges as there are no possibility for physical classes. Online classes in digital platforms have been chosen to avoid disruption in studies for students. Mobile phones & internet becomes a basic need in every student’s life due to this online mode of education. Adaptability to online learning scenario is a great task. Therefore, a study has attempted to understand the student’s perception towards online and offline classes. Students who experienced both online & offline classes has been chosen for the purpose of study. Questionnaires were circulated through google forms to collect the data form the students.
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Unique Paper ID: 152802

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 4

Page(s): 436 - 442
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