EFFECTIVENESS OF E-LEARNING PLATFORM ON IMPARTING KNOWLEDGE AND EDUCATION
Abstract:- Before January 2020, schools, colleges, universities, education centers were lively with the students and teachers. Unexpectedly, a pandemic provokes and whole world has stopped. Many countries have (rightly) decided to close schools, colleges and universities. Eventually to save the lives of students and teachers, it was decided to close education centers. However, the pattern of study has shifted from direct personal to indirect personal i.e. online. With lots of trial and errors this system is adopted by most of the stakeholders. But it is clearly visible that there is still confusion all around and educators and students alike are uncertain as to the next steps and continuity with respect to educational objectives. So, in this paper researchers wants to explore how the pandemic/unforeseen event has affected the education system and what are the challenges and opportunities if the situation is persistent. This study identifies the determinants and effectiveness of E-learning platforms on the higher education system.
Keywords: Online Learning, Online Teaching, E-Education, Students, Teachers, etc.
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