The COVID-19 pandemic, aside from doing multitudes of injury, has sure sparked a serious realization that nothing goes to be equivalent as before. It's broken our decades-old perspectives of ‘normal’ in most aspects of our lives.
One of the most important, pandemic-infused disruptions was seen within the education system. Parents, teachers, and students are now all a part of a transition that marks an end to almost a century-old schooling system. Ranging from the changes enforced on the teaching methods to conducting academic activities, nearly every part of the education system has had to evolve dramatically within a previous couple of months.
Before we move to the challenges facing the world within the near future, it'd be pertinent to know the impact the pandemic has had on education in India.
As schools were forced to pack up (like all other congregation points), education had to believe other modes of delivery, primarily led by digital. However, this led to a range of difficulties in a country that has just been on a growth curve of digital choice. The opposite aspect that played a neighbourhood was, although adoption of digital had incrementally grown within the last four years, beyond India 1, it had been primarily limited to WhatsApp, Facebook, YouTube, and TikTok. The more important factor at play was the reliability and coverage of the prevailing Internet networks.
Birla School, Pilani
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