Technology-Enabled Learning and Post-Pandemic Academic Scene in India: Some Reflections

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Merry Baruah Bora

Abstract

The onslaught of the Covid pandemic has changed the landscape of human interactions and life drastically; after the apparent changes in the health sector, the field of education has been radically changed.  This study makes an effort to deliberate upon some aspects of the National Education Policy, 2020(NEP) and Right to Education (RTE) in relation to the post-pandemic changes that have been seen in the present Indian educational scene especially in the context of the technology-enabled learning.

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Bora, M. B. (2021). Technology-Enabled Learning and Post-Pandemic Academic Scene in India: Some Reflections . Space and Culture, India, 9(2), 1-5. https://doi.org/10.20896/saci.v9i2.1227
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Editorials
Received 2021-08-28
Accepted 2021-09-26
Published 2021-09-26

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