Abstract: Covid 19, the novel coronavirus spreading affected each and every sector in our world. It changed the lifestyle of people. The Covid 19 impact was everywhere and also it made drastic changes in the education system. The pandemic situation resulted in the closure of educational institutions. This led to shifting the traditional classrooms to digital platforms. All the educational activities shifted to online education with most focus on virtual education to complete the curriculum. So the online learning continued after the lockdown. Both teachers and students are facing many hurdles during online education. In the academic year 2020-21, most of the classes were conducted online. This paper aims to study the perception of female students of online learning during Covid 10 Pandemic.
A survey was conducted by distributing an online questionnaire to female students pursuing their higher education and residing at Chalakudy. And various statistical tools used for conclusions from the collected data. The results show that the majority of the students use smartphones for their online classes. Flexibility and convenience, easy access to missed classes are the attractive factors of online learning. However, the results show that most of the students suffer from poor network connectivity and lack of technical facilities. The study reveals that shifting to online mode is not cen percent success and the insights in this study can be helpful in designing more effective teaching-learning strategies.
Keywords: Online Learning, Perception of female students.
| DOI: 10.17148/IARJSET.2021.8948