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Seeing Is Believing: E-Learning To Ensure Normality In Education With Reference To Covid-19 Related Lockdown In India

Ravish Verma; Dr. Manish Gupta

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 2288-2295

We can see a sudden increase in technical advancement from past two decades in the area of E-learning and especially post covid-19 lockdown around the globe in majority countries. This facility has provided access to learning around the globe. It also enhances their ability to connect with the outside world and to build their skills in new streams which are yet to come in their geographical location. In the initial days everyone was searching and advising for best possible strategies for work from home but educational institutions had come up with a challenging solution if implemented well will reduce the effect of this virus-related lockdown on studies of the students. The biggest boon to educational institutions is the video conferencing tool made available by various application running around the globe like google hangouts, meet and zoom app etc also they are taking help of online courses made available free of cost to the faculty as well as students lile coursera, swayam etc. This type of platforms student is having freedom to interact one to one with his instructor resolve the queries raised by him for any feedback which he or she is willing to provide to the instructor making this e-learning through m-learning successful. The biggest advantage in this is you can access your lecture at any time when you are free e from your regular work and can make your notes at any time without any disturbance from your classmates for your colleagues. Taking these things in regard, educational institutions are investing more on e-resources and providing best state of the art facilitates to their students.

Employee Engagement As An Essential For Performance Of Teachers

DrNimisha Beri; Shivani Gulati

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6439-6443

Dynamic work place environments require employee work engagement. Employee engagementrefers to the degree to which employees are focused on and present in their roles. In today’s competitive framework of work place environment employees may reach their cognitive and motivational limits and this may strain employees’ attentiveness and engagement.This paper reviews research studies on employee engagement and performance link. Work Culture of today in Educational Institutions requires active engagement of teachers which affects their performance.