Attitude of Post Graduate Students towards Online Learning During Covid 19 Pandemic Situation in Sidho Kanho Birsha University: A Single Sight Study
Dr.Laxmiram Gope, Guriya Sharma
Attitude, online learning, University Students, ICT
Student’s attitude plays critical role in the educational environment although online learning is not a new concept but converting the whole learning system to online mode may be a matter of concern for all the stakeholders specially students. In a thirst to understand the post graduate students towards online learning in the Purulia district of West Bengal. The study focuses on exploring the relationship between Post Graduate students’ attitudes towards online learning, with a special reference to their gender and residence. A self–structured closed questionnaire with 5-point Likert scale was administered for data collection from a sample of 60 post-graduate level students. Findings of the study showed moderate attitude towards online learning, gender and residence does not have any significant effect on the attitude of Post Graduate students towards online learning during Covid pandemic. Some important findings are 29.20 % students agree that online learning is helpful for remote leaning, 75.20 % student agree that online learning can bring reduction in the habit of book reading, 68.30% believe that instructional material is not good through online learning during covid pandemic.
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Unique Paper ID: 153798

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 9

Page(s): 16 - 25
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