A Study On Students' Perception Through Online Teaching And Learning In Higher Education After Covid Pandemic: A Case Study Of Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi, India

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Dr. Nasra Shabnam


India has a highly developed higher education system that provides education and training in nearly all areas of human creative and intellectual venture. While online education is usually considered of as an alternative to traditional education, during and after the Covid pandemic it became a necessity for keeping higher education institutions active. This paradigm shift could generate changes in students’ perception of this way of teaching shifting from traditional to hybrid teaching. Objectives of the study are – 1. To know the socio-economic profile of the participants. 2.To study the perception of students about the way universities managed to provide knowledge in the context of online learning. 3.To study the perception of students about the ability to learn and assimilate information in the context of online learning. 4. To study the perception of students about the use of E-learning platform in the process of online learning. A cross-sectional study was held at Jamia Millia Islamia in New Delhi. An online survey based on a semi-structured questionnaire was administered among students enrolled in a degree program under the university.

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