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eISSN 2582-0427 ||https://doi.org/10.37948/ensemble || Crossref Member || UGC-CARE Enlisted

ANXIETY LEVEL OF UNDER GRADUATE AND POST GRADUATE STUDENTS LIVING IN WEST BENGAL DURING COVID-19 INDUCED LOCK DOWN IN INDIA: A CASE STUDY

Abstract:
With other countries of the world, India has passed through unrivalled difficult times due to the pandemic of COVID-19.The national lockdown was started on 25 March, 2020. In fact, the economy of India has largely been disordered due to that lockdown. All Higher Educational Institutions had also been completely closed from 16 March, to 10 June, 2020, without taking any bold strategy for immediate future education. Hence, the teaching-learning process,including research activities of all higher educational institutions,had been hampered with uncertainty at that time.Under that situation, students had also compelled tostay at home and had continued their academic works from/at home with or without digital accessibilities. Co-curricular activities, direct face-to-face interactions with teachers and friends had been stopped totally due to sudden lockdown. In reality, they had anxieties about their syllabus, examinations, results, and future. Under thatsudden lockdown situation due to pandemic, the study wanted to address students’ opinion to run their college/university, to measure the anxiety level regarding their syllabus, examinations & results, and placements, and finally to find out a suitable way to run the academic activities under the situation.

Keywords: Completion of Syllabus, Economic Impact, Expectation, Placement Opportunity, Students’ Opinion

https://doi.org/10.37948/ensemble-2021-sp1-a002

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