Himabindu Reddy

Department of Community Medicine, University of Datta Meghe, Sawangi, Wardha, Maharashtra, India


  • Review Article   
    Mental Stress among Medical and Non-Medical Students Engaging in Online Education in Light of COVID-19
    Author(s): Himabindu Reddy*, Spandandeep Sarma and Swarupa Chakole

    The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically affected nearly each and every country on this planet. The closure and lockdown of educational institutions to decrease the danger of disease transmission has resulted in a shift in the medium of instruction, with the majority of educational institutions moving to an online method of instruction. As the number of illnesses and deaths linked to COVID-19 disease rises, stress levels are rising as well. COVID-19 has caused a mental disruption among medical and non-medical students. Introduction of e-learning came as a new mode of learning among many students and it has been difficult for them to cope and adjust to this form of education. In reaction to the pandemic's disruptions, medical institutions all around the world switched to e-learning. While e-learning can benefit students by allowing them to attend classes from anywhere at their lei.. Read More»

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