New way of Learning

October 22, 2020

Education is endless, we cannot define its scope. It's the key factor to survive & sustain life on this earth.

On the second week of March 2020 there was a pause to this education. Learning had stopped, and nobody knew when it could restart again. Covid 19 pandemic has brought drastic and big move in the mode of education. Nearly 3 to 4 months students were disconnected with education & learning. It was really a tough time for all of us, especially students, teachers and educational institutions.

But thanks to technology, which connected us with learning in this pandemic time. Many educational and meeting apps gained immense popularity and had earned a high income by providing a platform for the process of E-Learning.

Google meet, Zoom app, Skype are some of the popular apps which connected entire student community with learning. There were hindrances in this online mode, but it was the only option left to stay active and connected with education.

Teachers and lecturers did a great and tremendous job. Hats off to the teaching faculties, because looking at the desktop or laptop screen and teaching is very hectic and toughest job. It's very difficult to understand the situation of teachers, because teaching students in the classroom is totally different and difficult in the online mode.

But our Indian teachers proved that they can do anything for students’ future. And this passion in them urged them to adapt to this online mode of teaching and are successfully doing it. Words are less to thank the efforts of teachers. Teachers are struggling a lot in this mode of teaching, as they have to ensure that all are listening to the class, check the connectivity and conduct classes. Many obstacles are faced by the teachers in this new mode.

Before the pandemic, there was online teaching through various apps but it was not popular & utilised by a large group of students and teachers. But when the emergency proclaimed we Indians have proved that we will not let this learning process halt for more months, so government and universities came up with online learning mode so that learning continues and students’ life does not get affected much by the pandemic.

Now I am a final year UG student, my aim is also to become a lecturer, I am empathetic to all the teachers out there. I really thank and appreciate all the teachers who have come up and adapted this new mode of teaching. Hats off to all the Teachers. Your efforts are not wasted as the students are also indulged and have adapted this mode of learning too.

Lastly, I would like to tell you that any pandemic or national emergency cannot stop the learning process for a long duration. Almighty will give alternative ways to continue and stay connected with learning. Till then students, keep learning and teachers, keep teaching. Thank you again to all the teachers out there.




By Divya
Divya studies in final year BCom at Poornaprajna College and resides at Salikeri, Brahmavar. She is 20 years old and she likes writing articles, inspiring quotes and essays.
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Comment on this article

  • Roshan, Mangaluru

    Wed, Oct 28 2020

    Nicely written, keep up the good work.

    Just to add some thoughts. Yes, it is the testing time for education. Much of the infrastructure that we have is class room based and more focused on marks what a student gets. Covid in one stroke has made it redundant. Overnight transforming to a new platform is most challenging for all. Specially for Parents, students, teachers, they are struggling to cope with the sudden changes, while the governing institutions are clueless, on the paradigm shift to digital based.

    A foresighted govt could transform current crisis into a much better system, where education becomes learning and learning brings skills and skills to jobs. But, in current political scenario of one man crisis shows after shows, it is better left as it is.

  • Jawar D'Souza, M'lore/Mumbai

    Sat, Oct 24 2020

    Dear Divya Good you took some time to write this article, good work keep it up. Education gives you not only knowledge, it teaches you many things, it is some thing which no one can steal from you, you can enlighten others with your education. All the Best to your future.

  • Sahil, Mangaluru

    Fri, Oct 23 2020

    Thanks very well written article I gone through completely. God bless you and best of luck to achieve your ambitious.

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