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Opportunities and Challenges faced by Education Sector as a Consequence of COVID-19 Pandemic - A Review


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Many challenges faced by teachers, parents, students and medical students due to COVID-19 pandemic. The transition from classroom teaching to online classes without any plan leads to many opportunities as well as challenges in the education sector. The key challenges in education sector due to COVID-19 are lack of teachers training, students’ motivation, poor internet connectivity and unable to obtain clinical exposure by medical students etc. For many, the transition from tradition classroom to taking classes online has been an easy task because it saves time, less cost, the comfort of taking classes from home and learning tech skills etc. There is emerging need to understand digital resilience.


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Education, Medical Students, Online Classes, Pandemic, Parents, Students
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Maninder Kaur
Assistant Professor, Chandigarh Group of Colleges Landran – 140307, Punjab, India

Abstract


Many challenges faced by teachers, parents, students and medical students due to COVID-19 pandemic. The transition from classroom teaching to online classes without any plan leads to many opportunities as well as challenges in the education sector. The key challenges in education sector due to COVID-19 are lack of teachers training, students’ motivation, poor internet connectivity and unable to obtain clinical exposure by medical students etc. For many, the transition from tradition classroom to taking classes online has been an easy task because it saves time, less cost, the comfort of taking classes from home and learning tech skills etc. There is emerging need to understand digital resilience.


Keywords


Education, Medical Students, Online Classes, Pandemic, Parents, Students

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15410/aijm%2F2022%2Fv11i1%2F167662