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Monday, 28 December 2020

Home Learning Daily 29 December 2020 std 1 to 12

 Home Learning Daily 29 December 2020 std 1 to 12


The World Health Organization has declared Covid-19 as an epidemic that has posed a up to date threat to humanity. This pandemic has successfully forced global shutdown of several activities, including educational activities, and this has resulted in tremendous crisis-response migration of universities with online learning serving because the educational platform. The crisis-response migration methods of universities, faculty and students, challenges and opportunities were discussed and it's evident that online learning is different from emergency remote teaching, online learning are going to be more sustainable while instructional activities will become more hybrid provided the challenges experienced during this pandemic are well explored and transformed to opportunities.


The countrywide lockdown to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), entwined with health and safety concerns, has brutally disrupted India’s economy.


The economic consequences of the pandemic also as local lockdowns are well-discussed and have surfaced within the gross domestic product and industrial production numbers. But there's another side to the ramifications: the shortage of skillful imparting of education may translate into an economic adversity over time.


India’s gross enrollment ratio in education was a mere 27.4 per cent for 2017-18, consistent with the All India Survey on education (AISHE). this is often not great news compared to other developing countries. things might be further battered by the possible decline in enrollment thanks to limited access to online education.


There are a couple of details that require to be addressed in such a scenario: Is online education viable? Will our ‘future of the nation’ contribute to the human capital and participate in reviving the economy?


The internet and digital infrastructure with a big penetration may be a boon for education. The Pradhan Mantri e-Vidya Programme was launched in May to amplify the efforts for a far better shift online.


The top 100 universities within the country were permitted to start out online courses in May, without the necessity to hunt approval from education regulators. States like Karnataka announced their own policies to form online education accessible.


A fundamental enabler is that the digital infrastructure, which incorporates high-speed internet and supporting devices like desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile phones.


The whole educational system from elementary to tertiary level has been collapsed during the lockdown period of the novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) not only in India but across the world . This study may be a portrayal of online teaching-learning modes adopted by the Mizoram University for the teaching-learning process and subsequent semester examinations. it's forward to an intellectually enriched opportunity for further future academic decision-making during any adversity. The intended purpose of this paper seeks to deal with the specified essentialities of online teaching-learning in education amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the way can existing resources of educational institutions effectively transform formal education into online education with the assistance of virtual classes and other pivotal online tools during this continually shifting educational landscape. 







These prerequisites have expanded the gap between upper- and middle-economic sections, also as urban and rural populations of our country. The infrastructure challenges in online education have rendered unprivileged learners helpless.




The paper employs both quantitative and qualitative approach to review the perceptions of teachers and students on online teaching-learning modes and also highlighted the implementation process of online teaching-learning modes. the worth of this paper is to draw a holistic picture of ongoing online teaching-learning activities during the lockdown period including establishing the linkage between change management process and online teaching-learning process in education system amid the COVID-19 outbreak so on overcome the persisting academic disturbance and consequently make sure the resumption of educational activities and discourses as a traditional course of procedure within the education system.


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