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Journal: International Journal of Management (IJM) (Vol.11, No. 10)

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Page : 2082-2090

Keywords : COVID -19; Lockdown; Online learning; Pandemic;

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Online learning has gained importance these days due to the emergence of the latest technology available at the hands of learners. The pandemic caused due to COVID -19 has forced each one of us to take a hands-on trial on this. As the schools and colleges were shut to indefinite period the completion of the syllabus and transfer of the knowledge to the students was a great challenge to all the educational institutions. Online classes can to some extent replicate our physical classrooms and provide an enriching teaching and learning experience. The attempt was made to study the perception of students towards online learning during COVID-19. 512 management students‟ survey was conducted. Findings revealed that most of the students have access to technology. Usage of Zoom Cloud Meeting, Microsoft Teams, Google Classroom and YouTube video surfing has increased during lockdown. Students faced challenges like lack of face-to-face interaction with teachers, inconvenience in clearing their doubts, the level of distraction while online learning as compared to classroom. Research suggests that to make the online sessions interesting and increase the involvement of students, teachers need to come out with certain creative solutions. Digital learning cannot be the permanent alternative to face-to-face learning

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