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Volume : 8, Issue : 3, Year : 2021
Article Page : 195-199
Background: The Global disease (COVID-19 pandemic) has impacted our lives in various ways. Online teaching is the strange routine for studying platforms to continue with the process of educating students, Online classes have become a key component in the continuity of education.
Aims: 1. This study aims to rank the usefulness of online teaching compared to classroom conventional teaching 2. Socioeconomic parameters related to online teaching in a medical college
Study Design: The study is a cross-sectional study done on medical students. A questionnaire was prepared listing the various ways in which they discern online teaching trying to cope up during the pandemic.
Materials and Methods: After the institutional Ethics committee clearance, online cross-sectional study was done on the medical students where from the 2 and 3 year. This online survey was done between 10May 2021- 10 June 2021, A total number of 211 students participated out of 250, after completion of 18 months of online classes. A Set of 15 self -designed questionnaire based on 5 point Likert scale was given to the students to rank the effectiveness through online class usefulness levels and satisfaction levels on various parameters. Students were also asked about the demographic factors.
Statistical Analysis: The data was analyzed using software SPSS software
Results: The study results shows that online classes is less helpful in five parameters and equally helpful in five parameters but was not at all superior to conventional methods, we can come to the interpretation that students think that classroom teaching cannot be replaced by online teaching.
Conclusions: We can conclude that online studies can only be a supplement and cannot be an alternate for the established order of learning
Keywords: Online teaching, Medical students, Questionnaire
How to cite : Begum V, Sadiq N, Subhani G, Gulnaaz A, Mohsin M, Devi N, Insight of medical students on online teaching during COVID-19 pandemic-A survey. Indian J Pharm Pharmacol 2021;8(3):195-199
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