Use of blended learning in education, Issues in Indian academics, Imparting education, Blended learning as a part of online education, The effect of Covid-19 on education in India
Over the years, India has implemented social reforms aimed at providing education to all. This is observed from the growth in GER (Gross Enrollment Ratio) over the years that has resulted in a decrease in the number of students absent in schools. Coronavirus, nonetheless, has disturbed this scenario and is testing the functions, efficiencies, and practices of India's schooling framework. This research paper, written for stakeholders in government, and the education sector, anticipate the extent to which there is a need of continuing the imparting of education. The main objective of this paper is to provide an overview of the newer ways that may help continue the process of learning and teaching amidst this lockdown situation that is prevailing across the world. This disruption of education has forced pushed the policymakers to consider another way of imparting quality education (both primary and secondary). This has resulted in the use of a ‘blended (mixed) learning methodology’ that incorporates one-to-one learning (classroom) as well as one-to-many (e-learning). In this context, the authors would like to emphasize the need of strengthening the basic education framework that imparts education to all.
Joshi, Vijay and Baral, Sukanta K.
"Can Blended Learning Address Indian Academic Issues?,"
International Review of Business and Economics: Vol. 7:
1, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.du.edu/irbe/vol7/iss1/3
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