By - June 20, 2020
June 20, 2020
The result came in the survey by professors Atul Stood and Ayesha Kidwai among 131 teachers of the JNU who taught online classes. It was carried out through online circulation over five days, with only those teachers who were teaching a course assigned in Winter Semester.
Over 40 per cent Jawaharlal Nehru University students could not attend online classes during the lockdown for reasons such as Internet connectivity issues, lack of personal gadgets, loss of family livelihood and domestic burden, according to a survey conducted by two professors.