A Study Refer To Impact of COVID-19 on Education System in India


Mayur R Koti, Research Scholar, Dr. Chandrakanth Jewargi, Assistant Professor
Faculty of Business Studies, Sharnbasva University, Kalaburagi, Karnataka, India.


In developing countries like India, where online education was not very common, the pandemic transformed the conventional chalk-talk teaching model to one driven by technology with the single stroke of a pen. The COVID-19 crisis forced a move towards online teaching and learning, thereby creating space for more flexible learning possibilities, exploring blended learning, and mixing synchronous learning with asynchronous learning. The pandemic has led to the capacity building of staff and faculty, compelling them to learn and test new tools and systems for online teaching and learning. This obviously will lead to an increase in innovation in teaching pedagogies, as well as delivery modalities. The pandemic has worked as a wake-up call and demonstrated the importance of technology in teaching, learning, and research, this article tries to bring light focus on the impact and changes in Indian education during this pandemic time