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In the unprecedented times today, brought about by the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic globally, the education sector has been affected, just like the other industries. Many educational institutes have shut down and suspended traditional physical classroom activities. There has been a shift to the online mode of teaching-learning or ‘e-learning’, which is a web-based digital system that incorporates innovative ICT for facilitating interactive and learner-centered learning environment. In this work, the strengths, drawbacks, and opportunities offered by various popular online educational platforms are explored and compared. Furthermore, data is collected from teachers and students across different courses from various colleges in Delhi through surveys, with questions pertaining to their perspectives and experiences with respect to online educational platforms. Their responses were analyzed statistically and based on the analysis, suggestions, and recommendations have been made, which can contribute implementation and growth of e-learning methods in the future.      


E-Learning Online Teaching ICT COVID-19 Education Digital Transformation

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Malik, N., & Dahiya, M. (2021). A Survey of Teachers’ and Students’ Perspective On E-Learning During Covid-19 in Delhi. MIER Journal of Educational Studies Trends and Practices, 11(2), 200–222.


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