Engineering Students Case Study: Impact of various factors for E-Learning during Covid-19

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Sushopti Gawade, Ninad Marathe, Umesh Kulkarni, Hemant Palivela


Corona Virus has impacted in some other ways of everybody's life. It greatly affected the education sector in India. This sudden disaster resulted in the closing of all schools and colleges to avoid mass communication and contact. It was challenging to adapt to instant change in the teaching-learning process for students. There was a need to understand how students are accepting this change and the impact of students' learning approaches due to covid 19. This research focuses on examining students' learning habits during pandemic A dataset was created to explore the conventions of Indian (Maharashtra) students during the period when schools and colleges were closed due to the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19). In response to understanding the potential effects of the coronavirus pandemic, the questionnaires were spread over a network of educational communities on Facebook and Whatsapp from September 30 to October 20, 2020. Teachers and parents were given the survey by the researchers and were asked to sign a consent form before passing it on to their students and children. The survey included three major groups of significant actions in order to determine the impact of students' socioeconomic status and occupational aspirations on their learning habits during school closures: (1) Individual demographics, including family socioeconomic status; (2) Student's learning time spent during COVID-19, Support system as teachers and parents guidance, Infrastructure availability; and (3) Importance of Self-learning and Effectiveness of it. There were a total of 866 clicks on the survey link, but only 858 valid responses were considered for impact analysis of student learning habits during COVID 19.

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