#onlinelearning

ONLINE LEARNING IN THE PANDEMIC: GOOD OR BAD?

Covid-19 struck us without a warning and left all educational institutions scrambling to respond to its urgencies. It has also created a need to creatively deal with such unforeseen and once-in-a-century catastrophic event that is being called the ‘new normal’.When the lockdown was announced in the last week of March […]

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UGC: New Guidelines for Online Course and Distance Learning

University Grants Commission (UGC), on 5th September, finalized its integrated online and distance learning regulations to provide easier access to students.  “On Teachers Day, @ugc_india integrated distance and online regulations notified in the gazette focusing on access and equity on one side and quality-centric autonomy to the universities on the […]

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Silver Linings of 2020

When we’re all swearing this year to be one of the worst years of the century, and for some, let’s say the worst year of their lives. But as we say, “Every cloud has it’s silver lining” and to some degree, it’s also real. We should think of nature as […]

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Burdens of online classes

I have just been promoted to the second year of my postgraduate course and our dean was very much proactive in launching the online platform by buying a Zoom subscription, providing access to the online private library and even bought subscriptions to buy e-books. A necessary amount of fees was […]

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Re-evolution 2020?

Why did I end up keeping a question mark at the end of the title? Is it in order to start my introduction with a question mark by questioning the title or which made me to write this sentence. The answer to this question is a question. Indian Education Future […]

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E-learning during Covid-19

With the advent of corona virus, a new preference, nay a necessity of online education has emerged. An already booming sector, saw a sudden increase of students on various platforms. […]

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e-Learning:boon or curse?

In this global pandemic, education system has been one of the worst hit sector. According to UNICEF monitoring over 153 countries have imposed nationwide lockdown and 24 countries are observing local closures which has led to temporary shutdown of all educational institute for uncertain time period. This closure has led […]

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