Effects Of Covid-19 Pandemic on Studying Habits of Students

Authors

  • Ashok Bhandari Lecturer of NCCS, Paknajol, Kathmandu, Nepal
  • Pratima Poudel Student of BBM 8th Semester, NCCS, Nepal

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3126/nccsrj.v2i1.60051

Keywords:

COVID-19, Pandemic, Education, Studying Habit

Abstract

The research article investigates the impact of COVID-19 on the performance of students studying at the graduate and undergraduate levels in Kathmandu Valley. The aim of the study is to present how students have adapted to the shift from in-person to online learning environments during the pandemic. The text is based on representatives of 223 from varied groups allowing its relevance with authenticity. Indeed, COVID-19 has destructed and scattered the understanding and belief which is inherited throughout the generations. Its effect touched almost all fields and the education industry also became a victim of it. Students faced ample challenges along with the faculties members to cope with it. Students were found frustrated when they were deprived of physical education and at the same time, it is observed that they faced several inconveniences in the developed e-learning system. Observing students' psychology, using techniques to teach, the technology used to generate a learning environment, and so on found that e-learning is not as effective as physical learning.

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Published

2023-11-27

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