Author : Dr Shaiju P. K 1
Date of Publication :25th April 2023
Abstract: Chhattisgarh is an educationally developing state. Most of the college students in this state are either first generation or second generation learners. Higher education institutions and learning operations in this state were seriously hit by COVID-19. Teaching-learning practices in the educational institutions of Chhattisgarh knew some disorders on learners’ psychological well-being and achievement level due to lockdowns and their impact. Educational scenario in Chhattisgarh was a major challenge because of unequal levels of alternative solutions to pursue learning. Emerging ways of learning experiences in Chhattisgarh during COVID-19 included On-line Learning, E-Learning, Distance Learning, Virtual Learning, Google Classrooms, etc. This survey cum experimental research aimed to raise awareness about these novel platforms that were used in Chhattisgarh since the pandemic's emergence. The study addressed their effectiveness by assessing attitude and achievement level of learners as well as attitude and perception of parents by comparing the extent of responsiveness to these modern and relevant technologies. The study intended to track the future of these patterns in the post-corona phase. The researcher analysed attitude and achievement level of learners making comparisons between rural and urban areas, boys and girls, and socio-economic status of college students in Chhattisgarh. The researcher analysed attitude and perception of parents based on profession, a key indicator of socio-economic status. The study proved that attitude and achievement level of learners differed statistically based upon location and gender. Socio-economic status of the college students had no impact upon their attitude and achievement level. Attitude and perception of parents differed statistically based on their profession or socio-economic status.