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Abstract

RISK ASSOCIATED WITH ONLINE TEACHING – AN EXPLORATORY STUDY

Dr. D. S. Chaubey and *Dr. K. R. Subramanian

ABSTRACT

Business environment dictates the scope of work for companies particularly after the recent experiences of lock down of academic institutions. This is definitely new for at least in the Indian context and is true in many countries, who are trying to adjust with the new environment. This raises many challenges for the teacher and the taught. In the present research paper the authors would try and explore the various strategies to cope with the present situation. At the outset what strikes most of us is the risks involved in such a learning process. It is new for the teacher and the taught because of the absence of physical presence to clarify any doubts which cannot be done through the electronic medium in the present state of development and wide spread availability of Technology to back it up. Added to that will be the new resources constraints in terms of equipment which may be overcome in the short run. However the challenges of E-learning in a country like ours used to face to face learning with the presence of a competent teacher is are not to be scoffed at. Necessity is the mother of all inventions. So, our Educational systems will also be fine tuned in due course of time. How we manage the interval between the conversion is something we need to look at and face the challenges squarely. After all history is proof of our ability to adapt to new ways and means.

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