IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON EDUCATION SECTOR
Author(s):
Dr. Nirmala Baby, Dr. B. JothiKumar
Keywords:
Digital approach, E- learning, social distance, online approach.
Abstract
The current universal epidemic has inflicted chaos on one of the most important sector i.e. education. Education is indisputably essential in contributing to a country’s wellbeing and an individual’s escalation, but it has been endangered by the emergence of Covid -19 pandemic. Educational institutions around the world were adversely distressed by COVID-19 pandemic. Pandemic school closures shed light on a variety of social and economic issues. There is no substitute for social interaction during academic exchange. The educational impact of COVID-19 has forced many institutions to maintain social distance, cancel classes and exams, and choose an online mode for teaching. Education has moved online and collaboration with the educational community has begun. The lockdown has led all education institutions to cancel their classes, examinations, internships and choose online modes of learning which has hampered the schedules of almost every student. This has given an opportunity for students to develop skills through online learning in a more dynamic and proficient manner.
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Unique Paper ID: 155764

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1

Page(s): 1722 - 1726
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