A Study of Impact of Online Education on Mental Health and Academic Performance of Children of Project Affected People Studying at Undergraduate Level in Navi Mumbai

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  • Dr. Deepti Deshpande
  • Chandrakala Kaluram Mhatre

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47059/revistageintec.v11i4.2412

Abstract

Online platforms for education have affected a student’s life from different perspectives. It has broadly affected the student’s mental health as well as academic performance. The present study was undertaken to find out the impact of online education on mental health and academic performance of children of project-affected people studying at the undergraduate level in Navi Mumbai. The analysis of the data collected through Google questionnaire showed that students from project-affected families are facing difficulties in online learning due to most of the financial reasons as their financial condition does not allow them to get better digital devices and sufficient internet data and internet connectivity which affect their learning ability and lead to mental stress among the students which affect their academic performance. To overcome this problem, the government should initiate necessary provisions related to education in case of the project affected people.

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2021-07-29

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