Stress in Students after Lockdown Due to COVID-19 Thereat and the Effects of Attending Online Classes.
8 Pages Posted: 8 May 2020 Last revised: 22 Aug 2021
Date Written: April 23, 2020
Background: As we all know that lockdown has been announced in the county due to coronavirus which has obstructed students in their studies. Therefore, the Education institutes had decided to take online classes which had affected the student's life and their thoughts towards studies. This study is focused on knowing the student's mental condition and Their problems. Not only the students but their family condition is not good this may cause stress in students.
Methodology: Authorize questioners are used in the Google Forms. Google forms are used for the collection of data. The forms were filled by 500 students. The students are from different schools/collage/universities of different states of India. The data was analyzed with the help of google forms.
Result: On the analysis of the data we found that 34.4% of students have felt stressed sometime in the week 22.6% of students felt stressed Often in the week and 15.1% of students are always in stress due to the threat of coronavirus. Overall, 51.4% of students are stressed in this condition of threat.69.8% of students are stressed about their studies.78.5% students are not comfortable with online classes.
Conclusion: In this study, we found that most of the students are mentally stressed in this condition of threat. Most of the students are worried about there study and there not satisfied with the classes which are conducted online.
Note: Funding: None.
Conflict of Interest: None.
Ethical Approval: This is a survey-based study conducted under following all laws of the Human Rights Commission of India. All the laws of the Indian Ethics Committee[EC] have been followed under The ICMR Policy Statement for Ethics published in 2005 and ICMR Guidelines (2006). All procedures performed in studies involving human participants were following the ethical standards of the Indian Ethics committee.
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