A Comprehensive Study of Pre and Post COVID-19 affects in Indian Education System

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Dr.M. Pandya Nayak


Training is more revolutionary today than it was when teaching started centuries ago. There was a time, a time schedule, when education was a luxury which only a few could afford or to which you devoted your whole life. Educational structures worldwide have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, contributing to the almost complete closing of schools, universities and colleges. In order to contain the spread of COVID-19, most governments around the world temporarily have closed their education institutions. The eye of the printing press was the real democratization of learning; quickly to 2020! The education sector may have faced the greatest threat of all the status quo, which disturbed Covid-19. Several previous hypotheses had to be dismissed because of the ever-largest change in the existing education system; until now it has never been disrupted globally at the core stage. Everyone was given the enough time, irrespective of age, to understand the educational graph. Via a global learning app, a renowned university, or the simpler MOOC, people with proven careers now seem to be open to learning and are aware that they are taking new training courses, and the skills they have acquired since lockdown, and even posting it. According to UNICEF surveillance, 46 countries have national closures currently enforced and 27 countries are introducing local closures, affecting about 72.9 percent of the student population worldwide. We should recognize the quick change of the strength and leadership of digital character and the future of workplaces, and we need to be on an equal footing. In the lockout era, technology may play an important role such as home and home research. There may be online teaching activities in some private schools in India. Private and public schools with little income may not be able to follow on-line methods of teaching. And as a consequence, the access to e-learning solutions would be shut down entirely. In addition to the learning opportunities, students often skip their meals which may contribute to social and economic stress. This study provides an in-depth look at the changes that have arisen due to the pandemic in the field of education, the problems faced and their respective results, along with our proposed solutions. In the lockdown season technology had played a major role, such as home research and home work. Some private schools in India might follow online methods of teaching. Private and government schools with low income cannot follow methods of online instruction. As a result, e-learning options will not be available and will be completely shut down. Besides learning opportunities, students often skip their meals which can contribute to economic and social stress higher education also disrupts sectors which pave the way for the future of the country.

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