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Online Classes During COVID-19 Period: A Study of Students’ Experience at Jamia Millia Islamia

Library Herald Year : 2021, Volume : 59, Issue : 3 First page : ( 144) Last page : ( 163) Print ISSN : 0024-2292. Online ISSN : 0976-2469. Article DOI : 10.5958/0976-2469.2021.00029.4

Online Classes During COVID-19 Period: A Study of Students’ Experience at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, India

Dr Kumar Manish*, Sharma Sandeep** *Assistant Professor, DLIS, University of Delhi, Delhi, India **Assistant Librarian, Jamia Millia Islamia University, Delhi, India Abstract The purpose of this study is to ascertain and check the ground reality of students’ observation and experience of Online Classes in JMI during COVID-19 in India. This pandemic has affected whole world and worst is education system where students'were deprived from their college, university, friends, teachers and the serene academic environment resulted in replacing classroom teaching with online classes. The study has been conducted to discover various issues pertaining to online classes viz. attitude of students, effectiveness, constraints, level of satisfaction and data security issues. The study revealed that majority of the students liked attending online classes through web conferencing software(s). It is also found out that mobile phones have been widely used for online classes followed by laptops. It has been reported that students faced poor video quality, frequent interruptions, and limited session time as some constraints to online classes. It was also expressed by the students that LMS and hybrid mode of classes should be adopted in post COVID 19 teaching learning process.

Keywords COVID 19, Online Classes, Teaching-Learning during COVID, Students Online Learning, Online Learning Constraints.



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