Study of perceptions of students and teachers towards e-learning and its effectiveness (2022)
Lahiri Somsubhra, Narmadha E JCR. 2022: 321-323
The field of medical education is one of the industries that will be badly harmed by a COVID-19 pandemic. When the medic al students were sent home as a result of instructions issued by the government during a lockdown, it was quite difficult to think that this would result in a change to the method of instruction, particularly in this field. After successfully adjusting to this new circumstance, the question of the hour is how many kids and teachers did adjust to this new environment. What were their thoughts on the matter? And what, in general, do you think the results of this exercise were? In this study, an honest effort has been made to find the same thing.
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