Impact of Online Education on Students in Covid-19

  • Bhoomika Gupta and Bhavyanshi Ahuja
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  • Bhoomika Gupta

    Student at Gujarat National Law University, India.

  • Bhavyanshi Ahuja

    Student at Gujarat National Law University, India.

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As a global pandemic, Covid-19 has prompted a call for social isolation. It has compelled people to sit indoors, and sitting idle indoors can result in mental stress. Thus, online learning can play a critical role in keeping people engaged and mentally healthy. Online education is the only viable option in this pandemic situation. Teachers can use virtual classrooms to teach from home and have access to all necessary tools, making online sessions just as effective as in-person sessions. Pandemics frequently compel learners to remain at home for extended periods of time, impeding the teaching-learning process. This article discusses the benefits of online education during times of crisis, such as job loss or pandemics. As a result, several tools and techniques for online learning are highlighted that can help ensure learning continuity. The government of India's emerging approaches to online learning are discussed. Additionally, the advantages and disadvantages of online learning platforms are discussed. The authors discuss learners' and educators' perceptions of the Online Learning system during lockdown.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 2997 - 3014


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