How COVID-19 May Have Completely Transformed The World Of Education


Read this article to learn how the COVID-19 has transformed the world of Education in India and the rest of the world.

Towards the end of February, as alerts sounded on the developing spread of the COVID-19 infection, the World Bank set up a multi-sectoral worldwide team to help nations develop adapting measures. At that point, only China and a bunch of schools in other affected nations were upholding social distancing through school and college closures. Barely 2 weeks after this, 120 nations have shut schools affecting nearly a billion students around the globe that have seen their schools close for varied time periods.

Numerous schools and colleges chose to switch the rest of the semester's work to internet learning and some shut grounds to contain the spread of the virus. While some new-age schools and colleges had already tried virtual learning and were more ready for the move, most of the colleges were not prepared for online classes. However, it is true that this handful of new-age institutions are leading the way for innovation in the educational system. Here's how.

Remote Application Processes To Allow Social Distancing


Unfortunately, one of the many things the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted is the admission cycle of universities. However, instead of pausing or postponing the admissions, institutions can take them online and allow applicants to take their entrance tests online and let students apply for admission without having to step out of their homes.

Mobile Apps To Provide Relevant Information


One of the biggest gifts we have received from technology is mobile apps. They have the power to make everything easier, bring everyone closer, and solve the majority of our problems. These apps can also be used to solve the problems caused by the lockdown and allow educational institutions to share updates and information with students as well as parents.

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Digital Classes To Keep Up The Learning Curve


Online classes have become of utmost importance in the current scenario. Students are unable to go to school and are struggling to keep up with their syllabus without any guidance. This is where online classes come into the picture to help students attain the required guidance from home. With the help of these classes, students can interact with their teachers on a regular basis and avoid losing out on precious time.

Schools and universities have a lot to learn from these new-age colleges. One such institution is Pearl Academy. Pearl Academy is now QS I.Gauge E-Lead certified for E-Learning excellence for academic digitization with a perfect score of 150/150. It is the only Indian Design institute with this distinction As a leading name in providing creative education in the country, Pearl is taking every necessary step in ensuring that students to do not face any loss when it comes to their learning graph. With an old player in providing hybrid learning to students, Pearl has effectively made a transition to digital learning and is providing quality education to its students even during this lockdown. So if you're interested in having a creative career, check out their website.


Article by Tony John
Tony John is a professional blogger from India, who started his first Weblog in 1998 at Tripod.com. Tony switched to blogging as a passion blended business in the year 2000 and currently operates several popular web properties including IndiaStudyChannel.com, Techulator.com, dotnetspider.com and many more.

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Comments

Author: Umesh16 Jul 2020 Member Level: Platinum   Points : 5

It is not that online education was not there before the COVID19 phenomena. It was there and was flourishing and progressing in a gradual way. Many students and working people took online courses for their skill development in the relevant area and were benefited by it. Some teachers were already coaching their students remotely especially in foreign language sections. So it was going on as the usual business. What happened with the COVID-19 attack was phenomenal and would be recorded in the history of education in the world. Suddenly everything started to shift to online mode though we were not prepared for it. The transformation was so quick and instantaneous that we were not given time to think and exercise our options as that was the only option left out. Now this online education arena has engulfed all the people from primary classes to the advanced professional courses and as it appears that it is going to stay there for quite some time or maybe for a longer time. We do not know about this aspect at the present juncture. The online education platform apps and other relevant sites have seen immense and unprecedented use of their facilities by the users in a big way and their business is thriving well and progressing in leaps and bounds. So, yes, the education system has gone through a big paradigm shift and people have to accept it and change their ways in accordance with the ways of online education.

Guest Author: Shreyashi Chatterjee19 Jul 2020

Online education is quite an old process that has been followed in many schools and colleges for a long period of time. Amidst this corona era, it's a trigger that the education system should wake up and need to refurbish its infrastructure and the curriculum. Apart from this, how much crucial the importance of academics is for both, the young generation and nation, also need to be realised.



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