Some of the problem of Online classes
Thee biggest challenge according to principal is that some students and teachers haven’t really gotten to know each other, especially the Puc and Degree class students. “Though technology has made its presence felt in the classroom for the last 15-20 years, the teachers in most Indian colleges are most comfortable still using the board and chalk method. For them suddenly shifting to recording and sending their lectures and not being able to oversee if the student (especially the slow learners) have completed the assigned task is a great mental adjustment and we are happy to see the staff is still going all out to adapt to this online medium of teaching and researching new online methodology and material to provide an enriching learning experience to our students in these adverse circumstances.”
Switching from traditional classroom and face to face instructor training to computer-based training in a virtual classroom makes the learning experience entirely different for students. Their resistance to change doesn’t allow them to adapt to the online learning environment,
Many students are not provided with the high bandwidth or the strong internet connection that online courses require, and thus fail to catch up with their virtual classmates: Their weak monitors make it hard to follow the Course Management System and their learning experience becomes problematic
Poor connectivity poses a challenge for those who live in remote locations
Due to the novel coronavirus epidemic, taking online classes has become a universal means for students to continue studying. But for those in remote and rural areas, poor access to the internet has become a great barrier.
So that the education minister came to conclusions that exams cannot be cancelled but due and handling semester exams are difficult so he taught of converting into Annual Examination