IMPACT OF ONLINE LEARNING ON BOYS AND GIRLS AGED 16 TO 22 DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Author(s):
Bhagyashree Kulkarni, Khushi Jadhav , Kalyani Sanap
Keywords:
Online learning, pandemic, network connectivity, students
Abstract
The current research paper discusses the various impacts of online education on the students. Many schools and colleges were at an offline halt during the pandemic. As a result, many students opted online education. For data collection, 346 participants completed an online research form. The findings indicate that the following factors are significant for satisfaction with online courses: quality and efficient interaction, technological services available, organized online study modules, and improvements to facilitate the conduct of practical training. Students from rural locations are more likely to experience problems when learning on digital platforms because they lack the appropriate equipment and an adequate broadband connection. An analysis on the collected data to determine the benefits of E-Learning tools and their impact on the social, physical, and mental development of individuals. The outcome of this research shall be useful to academicians, researchers, and policymakers working on similar projects.
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Unique Paper ID: 157715

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 7

Page(s): 746 - 751
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