Evaluate the influence of e-learning on stress levels of students during the Covid-19 pandemic: a prospective cross-sectional study

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Chaitanya DevulapalliTharun Kanduri

Abstract

COVID-19, the disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 infection, has been declared a pandemic by the WHO in March 2020. This outbreak poses serious concerns to the global education system. Many educational institutions around the world have closed their campuses and moved to online teaching-learning mode. After the approval from UGC, the validation of online courses has increased in India. The digital initiatives of MHRD for secondary as well as higher education during COVID-19 are the Diksha portal covers e-Learning content for students, teachers, and parents associated with the program, video lessons, worksheets, textbooks, and assessments. It has been almost 15 months since the Indian education system under lockdown. All education bodies including private/Government have started or trying to start is online classes/webinars for students. As today is the era of technology, it provides plenty of opportunities: innovation in learning, ease of creation, embracing international social context, providing new resources and understanding, and increased access to information. Information and communications technology have a vital role in human life as oxygen. The use of technology is a means that the technology replaces traditional learning app...Continue Reading

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