Students study amid lockdown: Live lectures are being done through apps and software

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Colleges are teaching students through various apps, software and websites, so that their studies are not affected in any way by the current circumstances.

new Delhi. Colleges are closed all over the country due to coronavirus lockdown. But studies are going on in many colleges. Students are now studying in virtual classrooms, not in classrooms. While lockdown is presenting new challenges, it is also forcing new solutions. Students’ studies have come down from large classes to laptops, desktops and phones. Colleges are teaching students through various apps, software and websites, so that their studies are not affected in any way by the current circumstances.

Unnati, a student of Kirori Mal College, Delhi University, said that her studies have started through the app on which live lectures are being done. Economics Honors student Unnati said, ‘Our online classes have started, live lectures are being done through’ Zoom App ‘.

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During this time, like classrooms, dialogue between students and teachers takes place on any subject. At the same time, notes and assignments are being made available in PDF form on WhatsApp. ” Professor of Delhi Metropolitan Education ‘, affiliated to Indraprastha College, Mohammad Kamil said that in addition to’ Zoom App ‘in his college, students can be read on college software. Full content is being made available. He said that all the content of reading is being made available to students on the college software ‘Call Paul’. On this, videos related to the course are being provided, on which students can express their opinion and overcome their dilemmas. For this, Professor is always available on WhatsApp as well.

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Kamil, who teaches sports journalism and environmental communication, said that apart from this software, ‘Zoom App’ is also being used, on which live lectures are being taken. Professor Manvesh of the Hindi department of Ram Lal Anand College said that all the department professors are uploading their department’s reading material on the college portal. Apart from this, all the professors are also connected with the students on WhatsApp group and are always available to help them in every way.

He also said that the students have also been given assignments and if the bandh is extended beyond 21 days, then they will also be called through soft copy. Meanwhile, there are some students who still do not know when their further studies will start. He claims that his colleges have not given any guidelines in this regard till now.

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