Pandemic and Online Education- The Psychological Effects of Online Education on Students

  • Yashvee Unmesh Dixit
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  • Yashvee Unmesh Dixit

    Student at St. Xavier's University, Ahmedabad, India

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Covid-19 has influenced how human exists within a society. Nobody would have ever thought that a virus like this would change our lives forever. It has changed every aspect of a normal person's life. Our social life, our physical health, and most important our emotional wellbeing have all changed with the beginning of a pandemic. On 11 March 2020, World Health Organisation declared Covid-19 a Worldwide Pandemic. Surviving with a virus-like Corona has not been an easy one. A child who was told to not use a phone until his/her teenage years is now kept in front of phones and laptops because of online education. Online education has not been an easy task even though after 1.5 years people have started to adapt it rather complaining about it. Students, Parents, and Teachers have all adapted to the new learning system: Online Education. This research will focus on how effective online education is according to students’ parents and teachers all under one format. Technology, in general, has many pros and cons and it is very clear when we talk about online education that, if it was not so good technology, it would be very difficult to deal with the recent covid-19 times. We will look at a closer view of how online education has affected different sections of society in many different ways.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 6, Page 1029 - 1044


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