To Study Efficacy of Online Classes among Medical Students During Covid-19 Situation

Authors

  • Swargam Karthik Rishi1 , Thammi Vamshi1 , Prashant Solanke2 , Bapineni Midila3

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijphrd.v11i11.11345

Keywords:

PowerPoint presentation, students, mobile phones.

Abstract

Background- Education has changed dramatically, with the distinctive rise of e-learning, whereby teaching
is undertaken remotely and on digital platforms during covide-19 pandemic.There is a need to monitor the
implementation of online education closely, evaluate and review the method used in teaching and upgrade
to maintain the quality of online education
ObjectiveS-To study the efficacy, to evaluate and compare of online class with traditional classroom learning
among medical stuents during COVID-19 situation
Methodology-A Cross-sectional study was conducted during April 2020 to June 2020.Sample sizewas 1200
students.Sampling technique is convenient.Study place was Telangana and Andhra pradesh .
Result- 78.5% students listen using mobile phones. For 65.5% students duration of online classes is 30-60
min. Majority of professors use PPT for teaching classes .57.6% of students can clarify their doubts partially
only. 58.2% of students believe online classes might affect their eyesight, 58% students faced hearing issues
using headphones. 55% students feel online classes are comfortable during pandemic situations.Rating of
online class is very highly significant.There is association between type of college and method of teaching
& feeling stressfulness by students during online classes.
Conclusion - Majority of professor’s use PPT.Maximun students listen using mobile phones & use
headphones For 65.5% student’s duration of online classes is 30-60 min. Rating of online class is very highly
significant.There is association between type of college and method of teaching & feeling stressfulness.

Author Biography

Swargam Karthik Rishi1 , Thammi Vamshi1 , Prashant Solanke2 , Bapineni Midila3

1
III MBBS Student, 2Professor, Department of Community Medicine, 3IV MBBS Student, Government Medical
College, Nizamabad, Telangana, India

Published

2020-10-21

How to Cite

Swargam Karthik Rishi1 , Thammi Vamshi1 , Prashant Solanke2 , Bapineni Midila3. (2020). To Study Efficacy of Online Classes among Medical Students During Covid-19 Situation. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 11(11), 40-47. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijphrd.v11i11.11345