On-line Teaching Related Stress in Mind of Students During Covid-19 Pandemic Period

Prof. Mehnaz Kaushar, Prof. Mudassar Md. Usman Shaikh
Lockdown; Covid-19; Online teaching; Pandemic; Financial Position; Online Classes and Lectures.
As lockdown period is going on throughout the country and it has impacted various sectors as well as economic condition of the country too. Everyone is thinking about the remedies to overcome their problems occurred during this pandemic period. This study is related to online teaching related stress in the mind of students during this Covid -19 Pandemic. Students are concerned regarding their academic loss as well as most of them are stressed because of the unsound financial position of their family, so they are unable to focus on their studies. Most of them are also worried about their online admission process; most of them are not in a position to pay college fees or to pay internet charges for attending online classes or lectures. This study is limited to Pune district only.
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Received : 16 September 2020
Accepted : 24 December 2020
Published : 02 January 2021
DOI: 10.30726/ijmrss/v7.i4.2020.74019

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