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Crisis has its own ways to put up a challenge. Covid 19 is one such crisis for all of us. This pandemic has taught us to understand the limitations and importance of the current digital infrastructure that could be built on. There are ways in which educational institutions are working to create a framework that would help teachers and students to connect. This paper studies various parameters which are important in understanding the effectiveness of teaching through online mode during this pandemic period. Data has been collected through questionnaire from the postgraduate students and Management faculty teachers on variouscriteriawhich could help in analysing the current effectiveness of teaching and understand the features which requires more focus to enhance online teaching. Based on the findings the authors propose that effective online teaching is dependent upon 1) internet connectivity, infrastructure and device used. 2) engagement of the student, teacher communication and lively sessions. 3) 75% of the students those surveyed responded positively and would consider attending online sessions. 4) 54% of the faculties surveyed preferred online and offline teaching in future as well.
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