Author- AADARSH KUMAR SHRIVASTAVA
Volume 1 Issue 2 (2020)
The sudden outbreak of Covid-19 is undoubtedly created havoc all over the world and almost every sector is facing and degrading due to it either it is the economic sector, or education, or general administration, or courts, or any other. Because of uncertain lockdown in India due to the sudden growth of cases of Covid-19, there are many fields that are totally dependent upon online or virtual proceedings. In the field of education, almost all educational institutions are providing online classes and teachings. Although this type of education is important for the present but is somewhere discriminatory and unsatisfactory. There are many reasons such as poverty, lack of technology, lack of awareness and means, disabilities, etc which makes this system unfruitful. Even with recently generated excitement and enthusiasm for online programs, it is important to recognize that most of the streams or subjects are not possible through online teachings because the electronic medium does not permit the practical’s and Experiences. Mere learning of theories is not sufficient for professionals. Certain subjects such as law, medical sciences, engineering, forensics, etc. are probably best taught in face to-face classroom teachings. This article mainly aims to find out the reasons why virtual education is discriminating.