Title: OPINION OF THE STUDENTS ABOUT ONLINE CLASSES AND EXAMINATION
Authors: Simple Jain
Publisher: Society of Extension Education Gujarat
Keywords: covid-19, internet, google form, constraints, online classes, examination
Year: June 2022
Abstract: COVID19 situation has changed the examination pattern from classroom exams to online examinations. The present study assesses the opinion about and constraints faced during online classes and examinations. Data were collected from 540 undergraduate and postgraduate students of different universities of twelve states and one union territory. Google form was used for collecting data. Data were analyzed by using frequency and percentage. The findings revealed that 92.22 per cent of students attended online classes and 87.75 per cent of them had appeared in examination through online mode. Besides saving time and money online classes and examination had many constraints like poor connectivity, stress, Difficult to read and answer due to the small screen of mobile, Cannot attempt long answers question due to limitations with the device, less hands-on work in practical and Difficult to acquire a proper understanding of substances. It can be concluded that students still prefer offline teaching and examination that will retain the quality as well as the value of the education system.