Impact of Covid 19 on Higher Education Institution and their preparation

  • Archana Kumari and Vandana Kaushik
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  • Archana Kumari

    Assistant Professor at Education Department, Baba Mastnath Univeristy, Rohtak, India.

  • Vandana Kaushik

    Assistant Professor at Applied Sciences Department, DPGITM Gurgaon, India.

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Covid’19 Virus affected the whole world as we know. It has affected Educational Institutions too and millions of students were also affected because of the Pandemic which resulted in the change of mode of education from Offline Education to Online Education as it was required to reduce the disturbance and hindrance in the studies of the students. It also increased the participation of the international student in Indian Educational Institutions and it is believed that it will be adapted after the pandemic too. In the future, education will shift to a hybrid model and the digital divide will widen the quality gaps. Covie’19 pandemic has increased the focus on utilizing the e-learning tools platforms for higher education. As a result of this pandemic, the shortcomings of higher education have become apparent and a great emphasis needs to be placed on training the teachers in digital technology in order to adapt to the rapidly changing climate of education in the world and the preparations are required to tackle this situation and to come out of this situation. It is important for higher education institutions and universities to plan for a post-pandemic education and research strategy to improve student learning outcomes and standardize the quality of students. So this paper discusses the impact of Covid’19 on higher education institutions and their preparations.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 2, Page 567 - 572


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