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Role of Online Learning to maintain Student’s Satisfaction during COVID 19 lockdown: A study of Indian University / Colleges | Original Article

Manoj Bansal*, Satinder Kumar, Pankaj Sharma, Geetanjali Goyal, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research

ABSTRACT:

The purpose of this paper is to explore the factors of online learning basically those are necessity in lockdown periodfor the student’s satisfaction during lockdown due to COVID19 and their impact on student’s satisfaction. Classroom study has entirely been closed and students are studying from their home through the online methods. By the existing literature review five factors were identified (i) availability of study material(ii) User friendly Resources (iii)Covering Syllabus (iv) Extra Time(v) Easy Accessibility. 527 respondents were taken from across the country (India) to conduct the study. The random sampling method has been used for collecting the samples. The analyzed data indicates that the overall satisfaction of students by online learning mainly depends on five factors. To meet objective data were collected through questionnaire and to make data more meaningful and understandable analyzed through suitable statistical tools viz. regression, mean, standard deviation, and counts with the statistical software SPSS 22.0. R- Squared value is .571, this indicates that the explained variance of overall satisfaction is 57.1 percent and the rest of the variance of overall satisfaction is unexplained. The study found that the overall satisfaction of the students r2=.57 and model is statistically fit means online learning moderately satisfied with the students.