Technology has had a positive impact on the education sector in 2021 as Coronavirus has completely changed the mode of imparting education & assessing students. The Indian education system, in due course of time, has experienced many twists & turns in the teaching methods, syllabus taught, and the process of assessing students.
Coronavirus has changed the way of working. From joint meetings & office parties, the traditional workplace setup has been replaced by working on couches due to work from home. Although it is being observed that most of the organizations are adapting well to this new shift to continue with this trend, in the long run, businesses are facing new challenges to make their online workplace engaging.
Over the years, many educational institutions, recruitment, or competitive exam boards have started to conduct online exams through examination software and app for the online examination, and COVID-19 has made this more prevalent. Although in this type of exam, the risk of human error is low, the problem of securing an online examination process remains.
Transformation of education in the digital age has, without any doubt, upgraded the eLearning industry by making it the future of next-generation teaching-learning activities. But being in its formative stages, the online learning industry is trying hard to establish itself as a valid and credible system of imparting quality learning.
The unprecedented advent of this pandemic has altered things for good and has made the continuation of traditional classrooms unlikely even in times ahead. Now, it’s time that the universities embrace alternatives based on online classroom software(LMS) as a necessity and discard the notion of considering eLearning as a luxury.
Nowadays, everyone wants to talk about online live classes, online coaching classes, recorded video classes as well as PDF classes. Thus, today let’s talk about them by understanding in detail the manner in which they are different from others and how each of them is leaving its impact in the education industry.
The unexpected advent of coronavirus and imposition of nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of this virus has adversely affected the lives of the people also disrupted the academic calendar of educational institutions. Most of the universities were preparing to take exams in the traditional pen-paper form and not by conducting written exams online with the help of online exam software. Due to the announcement, they could not complete the process of assessment