About the theme

Unprecedented challenges and problems have shaken the world almost in all areas. The focus of this webinar is to know the effectiveness of online teaching learning process especially in our country. A need is felt to check the validity of all this practice.

In fact it is felt that educational process is mainly reduced to transmission of information through online modes. Use of technology was already in practice for the last many decades to help the class room teaching along with many other curriculum activities especially designed for various levels of education. But the tragedy is that main function/purpose of education has been taken out and use of technology for transmitting some information has dominated to the name of virtual teaching. A major qualitative input and output is missing. No effort was ever made to check the validity of learning in the form of academic achievement, development of other necessary skills and many essential personality traits. The utility of this education is also in doubt for producing the employability competence and work culture of the students after completing this type of education. Various stakeholders like teachers, students, parents and mangers are feeling the stress of this forced dimension especially in this diverse society.

So, a need is felt to know the views of teachers, researchers and other stakeholders for usefulness, implementation and effectiveness of the highly shouted slogan of virtual teaching. A ground reality summary is urgently needed to show the path to all concerned and policy makers. Solidarity, academic excellence and quality effects of education are most important issues to consider in this miserable times of pandemic.


  1. Digital divide
  2. Effects of prolonged suspension of schools on society
  3. Validity of online teaching learning
  4. Challenges for institutions to map educational activities in an online space
  5. Offline campus life after pandemic


  • To evaluate student’s learning assessment of online teaching-learning.
  •  SWOC analysis of digitalized teaching-learning.
  • To identify various modes of online teaching-learning.
  • To analyse the perceptions of teachers, students and parents on online teaching-learning.
  • To explore the recommendations of stakeholders regarding online teaching-learning during and post COVID  period.
  • To reveal the formulation of new digital modules for curriculum transaction.


Dear Sir/ Madam

I take this opportunity to invite you to webinar on “Assessment of online teaching and learning amidst COVID-19” to be held at digital platform, on 03.05.2021. We hope that the webinar will initiate stimulating discussions, networking and cooperation. We look forward to your contribution and participation for the same.

                                                                        Dr. Manpreet Kaur


Paper Presentation

Papers are invited from delegates for presentation or/and publication on sub-themes mentioned above. Papers will be reviewed by the peer committee. Selected papers will also be published in National Journal with ISSN.

E-mail your papers at   ipdapunjab@gmail.com

Due date for paper submission: 20.4.2021                                        

Time allotted for Paper Presentation : 5-7 minutes

Guidelines for submitting Paper

Word Count for Paper : Maximum 2500 words

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Title: 14 pts, uppercase bolded and centred Name and personal information (academic title, institutional affiliation and e-mail address, contact number) should be placed under the title.

Abstract: (100-200 words) should include the following: objectives, tools, method, results and conclusion. The abstract must be written in Times New Roman, Font Size 10 and Italic.

Keywords: Up to 3 key words, Times New Roman, Font Size 10 bolded and Italic.

Structure of the Article: The papers should be structured in title and subtitle sections including Introduction, Objectives, Method, Result & Discussion, Conclusions and Implications.

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