Analysis of Online Education in India Post Covid

  • Rudrakshi Singhal and Ashish Singh
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  • Rudrakshi Singhal

    Student at NMIMS - Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai, India.

  • Ashish Singh

    Student at NMIMS - Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai, India.

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The pandemic of Covid-19 has inflicted devastation on many facets of human life, including academia. To counteract Covid-19, the administration implemented a nationwide lockdown on March 25th, 2020, which significantly influenced the educational system. In India, over 32 crore students could not move to schools or universities, and all educational activities were halted. This pandemic has changed teaching, learning, and assessment approaches. The issues that students in India confront will be discussed in this essay. It also aims to determine the pros and cons of teaching, learning, and our policymakers' actions to ensure that students pursuing education in India can receive smooth learning. Many new modes of learning, new views, and new trends have evolved due to this pandemic, and this tendency may continue as we move forward towards the future. Some valuable suggestions will be further discussed in this essay for carrying out educational activities.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 1, Page 1016 - 1023


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