Topic Name:
Online Education during Covid- 19

Submitted by
Richa R. Malusare
(MBA) First year
Jankidevi Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, Santacruz, Mumbai.

1. Introduction:
Due to COVID-19 pandemic, the government around the world has closed all the educational institutions to control the spread of disease, which is creating a direct impact on students, educators and institutions. The sudden shift from the physical classroom to virtual space is creating a disruption among students. There is a severe short-term disruption that has been felt by families across the globe. Home education has brought a lot of shocks not only to students but also to their parents’ productivity. Sudden application of online education impacted on education system as students, educators and institutes were experiencing change for first time it was challenging them to adapt online education process.

2. Objective:
To Study impact of online education during Covid- 19

3. Literature Review:
3.1 Opportunities to explore new technologies
Gautam, D. K., & Gautam, P. K. (2021), studied that before pandemic education was conducted via traditional methods but during covid 19 educational institutions switch to online learning environment which helps them to explore new technologies such as new teaching method by using different applications.
3.2 Impact on living conditions
Gu, J, (2022) says online education has impacted on living conditions of the families. For online education availability of proper devices as well as proper internet is crucial but low income families find difficulties to provide required resources to their child as many families don’t afford to purchase expensive devices required for online education.
3.4 Increase in level of stress
Obrad, C. (2020) says online education increases level of stress due to adaptation of new technologies new technological methods. Also teachers are working from home so maintaining balance between home duties and professional duties was difficult for them which cause to increase in stress.
3.5 Difficulty in connectivity
Dadhe and Kuthe , (2021) says that many students not having proper internet connection at their home as well as internets subscription expenses cause them to adapt online education. Due to lack of technological advancement students find difficulty in connectivity which leads to the facing problems to attend online schools.
3.5 Impact on real emotions
Paschia, et al, (2020) says due to online education it limits the interaction between teachers and students. They did not recognize the real emotions due to lack of interaction which affects students performance in online educations teachers are not aware about student real emotions.
3.6 Student engagement
Nimavat , N , et al, (2021) says that student engagement was low due to lot of surrounded activities at home. Students got distracted from family activities which cause them to stay focused during online lectures. This research has done on medical students so medical education required practical knowledge which helps them to understand curriculum properly but due to online classroom it was not possible which leads to low student engament during online lectures.
3.7 Impact on social emotions
Gavriluță, C., et al, (2022) says due to covid 19 lockdown imposes and social activities of people has stopped because of lockdown students isolated themselves which case to fear, feeling of loneliness, aggression. Online education helps students to stay connected with each other and online educational activities helps students to involve in social activities with their friends.
3.8 Impact on assessment methods
Tartavulea, C. V., et al, (2020) says online education has impacted on assessment methods due to sudden changes in teaching methods. Teacher modified their traditional assessment methods.
3.9 Impacted Digital literacy
Banu, I. K., et al, (2021) Due to traditional education method students was not much aware of technology. Online education during covid -19 helps to increase digital knowledge amongst students and educator. Adaptation of online education increase digital literacy of students and educators. They learn new techniques; methods of teaching as well as daily used of technology enhance their digital knowledge.

3.10 Impact on social emotions
Gavriluță, C., et al, (2022) says due to covid 19 lockdown imposes and social activities of people has stopped because of lockdown students isolated themselves which case to fear, feeling of loneliness, aggression. Online education helps students to stay connected with each other and online educational activities helps students to involve in social activities with their friends.

4. Conclusion:
This study was done to understand the various impact of online education on society during covid-19. In this study we found that implementation of online education during pandemic was challenging while implementing online education many problems has arises which impacted students, parents and educator etc. We found that online education impacted student engagement, emotions because of lack of communication as well students and teachers find difficulties to switch from physical education system to virtual online education. Also it has positive impact on students such as they feel connected due to online classroom as well as uses of technology on daily bases has increases their knowledge.

5. Reference
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Nimavat, N., Singh, S., Fichadiya, N., Sharma, P., Patel, N., Kumar, M., . . . Pandit, N. (2021). Online medical education in india – different challenges and probable solutions in the age of COVID-19. Advances in Medical Education and Practice, 12, 237-243. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/AMEP.S295728
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