Nidha Fakiruddin Shaikh

Article 1 : Artificial Intelligence (AI) in developing new teaching-learning solutions
In this article we can see that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the developing new teaching-learning solutions and gaining momentum towards transforming the education system , schools have begin their shift from conventional methods of teaching to smart education to enhance students’ learning experiences but todays scientific advancements can impact globally in a very short time so artificial intelligence is something which include in our day to day life ,there are various educational technology firms in India using AI to change the ways teachers teach and students so that’s why the Indian education system and educational technology firms that have developed AI-based applications for schools. (Jaiswal, A., & Arun, C. J. (2021).

Article 2 : women eductation and under nutrition among indian adolescents :
In this article we can see that the diet of women in india are often too poor to meet their nutritional that’s why India is the only large country in the world that has an inverse sex ratio at birth accompanied by postnatal sex selection. Adolescence (10 to 19 years) is a period of rapid physical growth in human development, substantially increasing nutritional demand , given this the women nutrition before during and after pregnancy has now been included as special focus area in UNICEF india’s nutrition programming. So the community-level women’s education on adolescent health is rooted in the ecosocial theory, there is a theory cautions against a simplistic understanding of determinants of disease (and health) at the individual level. (Shah, A. R., & Subramanyam, M. A. (2021).

Article 3 : Indian higher education platforms during pandemic :
This pandemic is widely considered to be most challenging health crisis the world has faced many difficulties during this period,but then
lockdown had forced the education system to make use of ICT tools as an alternative to continue students and teachers are now relying on various online platforms to teach. there is technological advancement especially in terms of the usage of internet and web based technologies; the traditional classroom based education is posed with disruptive innovations in the way the education is delivered to the student community.This will make them feel more responsible for their learning on them as well. (Irrinki, M. K. (2021).

Article 4 : Covid -19 on the higher education indian :
In this article the worldwide pandemic due to the new coronavirus Covid-19 is playing a vital role in higher education systems, so the government is allowing the universities to offer fully online degrees so basically this article focuses the challenges on higher education in the era of Covid-19 pandemic as well as some solutions to continue the higher education
So higher education and research are networks, resources, public health, and social policies as well as multidisciplinary research. E-learning depends on the accessibility and convenience of machinery, but slightly or no accessibility of electrical energy is a substantial challenge to getting benefit of learning online. So there are only 38% of Indian citizens use internet facility and only 31 % of Indians utilize social media respectively according to Pew research as on 2nd April 2020. So, with the proper decision, training, and motivation on conducting courses either by online and offline the higher education institutions can make the graduates globally competitive during the Covid-19 pandemic and even post-Covid-19 era. (Kantipudi(2021)

Article 5: Indian education stand amidst a pandemic:

In this article we can see the recent outbreak of covid -19 declared a pandemic that has been affected medical education globally so for medical students in India as they find themselves at a crossroads in their careers, with clinical and elective postings called off the Indian medical education system being able to cope with the challenges imposed by the increasing burden of COVID-19? The authors propose few administrative and on-ground interventions that must seek to work collectively with all government and private medical institutions in order to help students/interns and residents in coping with stress, anxiety or academic losses incurred due to the pandemic. (Poorvaprabha, P., & Stuti, C. (2020).

Article 6 : Online Medical Education in India
During the covid-19 pandemic, most educational institutions have opted for online education ,so online education has been gaining momentum in almost all countries around the world there were recently introduced competency based medical education in india which has embraced online education ,so india is keen to implement the new competency-based education system, he Indian Medical Association argues that this will not only harm medical education and medical students but also the society, since, future doctors might lack the skills gained during clinical there was various challenges posed by online education on the current medical curriculum faced by both faculty members and students , especially under the light of the competency based and the indian graduate there had to overcome these challenges. (Pandit, N. (2021).

Article 7 : A Cross-Sectional Survey of Popular Indian Communities on Facebook
In this article there are talking about the Covid pandemic has been emerged during this era so the Covid pandemic and social distancing has adversely impacted .Social media may be a useful for training, but its utility in developing countries like India has not been studied carefully. This paper describes an observational, cross-sectional study on the educational utility of Facebook groups based in India and which focus on laparoscopic gynecologic surgery. the most popular Facebook groups involving Indians and focusing on laparoscopic gynecology were identified using appropriate search terms as well as inclusion and exclusion criteria. Demographic data related to the groups, the authors of posts as well as descriptive statistics of all the posts during the study period were collected and appropriate statistical analysis was now we can see that the Popular social media platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn, were initially surveyed, Medical education on social media platforms can be complementary to traditional learning methods and the importance of social media is bound to increase further, considering its ubiquity and the limitations imposed on traditional learning methods by the COVID-19 pandemic.( Rajan, D., Pillai, V. G., & Varghese, P. (2021).

Article 8: Inclusive Education for Children with Disabilities in a Metropolitan City and a Rural District

In this article India, in common with other Asian countries has made significant advances in securing access to education for all children. The implementation of significant legislation international agreements, recent Indian legislation has raised expectations that all children, regardless of need or ability, should gain access to formal education that is inclusive and addresses their social and learning needs. Lots of opportunities for training and professional development is perceived to be a major obstacle to the progress of inclusive education as required by national legislation in both locations. Recommendations are made for further research that is closely allied to changes in practice, for the development of professional development of teachers and other professionals, and for the development of centralised provision in rural areas to address the needs of families. (telangana state, india. (2021).

Article 9 : Conventional Education & Online Education in Engineering:
In this article we can see that Online education is gaining ground since last few decades all over the world including India. the situations in Indian universities are considered, But under COVID-19 pandemic situation, the utility and use of online education is suddenly multiplied and extended and is made inclusive within regular university semester courses also, the diverse history of online education is found to evolve in several phases using Internet-propelled distance education in 1990s, At this critical period, the open-source digital learning and learning management system could be adopted by the institutional teachers to conduct online learning. It is now clear that society needs flexible and resilient education systems as we face unpredictable future, so students may be present physically in small groups maintaining the health-hygiene. (Bhattacharyya, S., & Thander, A. K. (2021).

Article 10 : E-Learning during COVID-19 Outbreak: Cloud Computing Adoption in Indian Public Universities:

In the case of COVID – 19 pandemic the situation, the need to adopt cloud computing (CC) applications by education institutions, in general, and higher education (HE) institutions, in particular, has especially increased to engage students in an online mode and remotely carrying out research. The world is facing the biggest challenge of the 21st century called the COVID-19 pandemic, influencing almost every walk of human life, including the education of more than 1700 million students worldwide [1]. Many countries have imposed restrictions or even lockdown This COVID-19 pandemic situation is making online education a popular and perhaps the only choice for higher education (HE) institutions. s research focuses on identifying and addressing the aspects that impact the CCA by Indian HEIs so therefore The present study is cross-sectional. However, since computing technologies keep evolving due to their dynamic environment, it is pertinent to engage in longitudinal studies to ascertain and compare determinants of CC across various types of educational institutes. Due to COVID-19 outbreak. (Bhardwaj, A. K., Garg, L., Garg, A., & Gajpal, Y. (2021).

Conclusions :
It is true that without education a man is a shade better than an animal. Thus true education is the drawing out of the mental faculties and it is essential for leading a happy life. After reading the above articles It is a fact that our education system in India is not the best one. Students are not taking much interest in studies. No one would have guessed that a virus-like Covid-19 would come and without differentiating, it will alter the lifestyle of people. Due to Covid-19, many changes came to our world and It took some time for everyone to adopt to be normal. The Covid-19 impact was everywhere, which resulted in the closure of Schools and other educational institutions. most governments have decided to temporarily close the schools to reduce the impact of Covid-19. Educated parents are supporting their children throughout the pandemic, but we require to understand that there are some illiterate parents and their feeling of helplessness to help their children in their education. E-learning will consistently provide the students with completely different knowledge in numerous manners. As a result of in the end these digital academic course lessons can even result in hacking techniques and intruders coming in. the saying goes “The children of today are the future of tomorrow”, we can bring a wave of revolution then we have to do it for the sake of a brighter future.


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Rajan, D., Pillai, V. G., & Varghese, P. (2021). Educational utility of social media for laparoscopic surgery in india: A cross-sectional survey of popular indian communities on facebook. Advances in Medical Education and Practice, 12, 491-498.

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