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International Journal of Advanced Academic Studies

2022, Vol. 4, Issue 1, Part E

Assess the level of satisfaction, unmasking the new face of education during COVID-19


Author(s): Mary Minolin T and Anusiya N

Abstract: Corona virus is a crucial respiratory disease, which was impacted the growth and development of the country. The academic performance of the students had dropped due to extended lock down and significants affects the subsequent performance to lack of knowledge. The study aims to assess the level of satisfaction, unmasking new face of education during covid-19 and association between the level of satisfaction and their selected demographic variables of students. Quantitative non-experimental approach by descriptive research design. They are 60 students, were recruited by non-probability purposive sampling technique. A self-structured questionnaire was used to assess the demographic data and level of satisfaction among the students. The data as collected through Google forms and the duration of data collection is one week. The results shows that, that maximum 26(43.3%) of the students were dissatisfied with new face of education, 19(31.7%) of the were satisfied with new face of education and 15(25%) of the students were fully satisfied with new face of education and stated that it is flexible. The minimum score is 26 and maximum score is 55, mean is 34.86 and standard deviation is 10.99. The results shows that demographic variable such has occupation shows significant association with level of satisfaction at level of p< 0.05 and maximum of them were dissatisfied with new face of education.

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Mary Minolin T, Anusiya N. Assess the level of satisfaction, unmasking the new face of education during COVID-19. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2022;4(1):361-363.
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