E-learning: Issues and Challenges in Indian Education

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Year : 2021 | Volume : | Issue : 1 | Page : 7-10
By

    Lingaraj G. Pujar

  1. Principal, Vidyadayini College of Education, Harihar, Karnataka, India

Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic had a great outbreak not only on human lives but also on the economies. Arising economies like India had faced a greater impact of this pandemic because of its poor health infrastructure, poverty, population, and slowing growth rates. The government is taking various decisions to control this pandemic, but nobody knows is these decisions are sufficient or not, as this depend on when the virus is controlled in the country. But to formulate the correct policy and measures to control the economic impact it is necessary to understand the deep impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Indian economy.

Keywords: E-learning, Indian education, information, communication technologies, technology

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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 4
Issue 1
Received April 12, 2021
Accepted April 24, 2021
Published May 6, 2021