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  • Date :: 26 Novembor 2020
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When the initial cases of COVID-19 were documented within the Indian subcontinent in late January, few could have anticipated its impending course and impact on every aspect of human life over the subsequent months. Yet here we are quite five months later, and our world has been transformed dramatically. Everything from board meetings to grocery shopping are now being conducted online via laptops or smartphones, exposing our heavy dependency on stable internet availability like never before.

Considering these massive shifts within the established order , it's clear that technology—especially the Internet—has been central to our evolution and adaptableness within the COVID-19 era. However, it's public knowledge that a tech-driven transformation was underway long before the pandemic hit us.

The COVID-19 Impact: Causing Ripples within the e-Learning Ecosphere

While we've established that the web education sector was rapidly growing even before the COVID-19 pandemic, it's safe to mention that the contagion has accelerated this growth at an unimaginable rate. Through online learning, being physically present in classrooms has given thanks to innovative new methods of education. As students refrain from being physically present within the same room as their teachers and classmates, online education is inevitably the sole way of learning during this age of quarantines and social distancing.

Educational institutes across the planet have closed thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic jeopardizing the tutorial calendars. Most educational institutes have shifted to online learning platforms to stay the tutorial activities going. However, the questions on the preparedness, designing and effectiveness of e-learning remains not clearly understood, particularly for a developing country like India, where the technical constraints like suitability of devices and bandwidth availability poses a significant challenge. during this study, we specialise in understanding Agricultural Student’s perception and preference towards the web learning through a web survey of 307 students. We also explored the student’s preferences for various attributes of online classes, which can be helpful to style effective online learning environment. The results indicated that majority of the respondents (70%) are able to choose online classes to manage the curriculum during this pandemic. Majority of the scholars preferred to use smart phone for online learning. Using content analysis, we found that students prefer recorded classes with quiz at the top of every class to enhance the effectiveness of learning. the scholars opined that flexibility and convenience of online classes makes it attractive option, whereas broadband connectivity issues in rural areas makes it a challenge for college kids to form use of online learning initiatives.

India is facing with pandemic of ‘Coronavirus disease -2019’ (COVID-19). within the absence of proper medicine and vaccine for the treatment of COVID-19, the govt of India has imposed the country lockdown from 25 March 2020 to avoid chain /community transmission of coronavirus in human. Consequently, the tutorial institutes were also closed during the lockdown period and traditional class room teaching switched to online teaching in India to compensate the tutorial losses.

Aims: this text aims to live the impact of online teaching on education also because the health of the scholars .

Result: consistent with survey, the web teaching was equally important altogether segment of education during the amount of pandemic but about half-hour students aren't satisfied with the delivery of content through online teaching. the scholars below 14 years were getting addicted with mobiles and laptop and consequently they suffers with mental sickness and eyes problem thanks to screen effect.










Methodology: the web survey was conducted among the scholars to live the impact of online teaching in their education and health. There are 792 valid responses obtained from the survey.

Conclusion: Online teaching has played an important role during the pandemic but its consequences can't be ignored. the web classes can't be accessed by each student thanks to unavailability of smart phones, laptop and mobiles network to especially poor families and remote areas. This creates the discrimination among the scholars of poor and rich or urban and rural. the scholars below 14 years aren't aware of screen effect and obtain addicted with mobile causes mental and eyes problems. Thus, online teaching can't take the position of traditional class room teaching for while and that we will got to back the normal teaching after pandemic or possible situation and environment.



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