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81.4% Of Students Feel Safe Going Back To School: Report

Brainly, India’s online learning platform conducted a survey with middle and high school students to understand the generic sentiment of Indian students about returning to traditional classroom settings and what it holds for them

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Following two years of remote, hybrid and socially distant learning, students are returning to classrooms now. Despite the disruption, the pandemic ushered in a new learning mechanism for students in India that’s set to cement itself further going forward. Brainly, India’s online learning platform conducted a survey with middle and high school students to understand the generic sentiment of Indian students about returning to traditional classroom settings and what it holds for them.

Despite the recent spike in cases, around 81.4 per cent students said that they feel safe about returning to schools. While 67 per cent expressed excitement on returning to class, around 56.4 per cent were happy about the possibility of meeting their friends and teachers. But it’s undeniable that online learning is a reality for everyone now and the newer education models that surfaced during the pandemic shall continue to exist hereafter.

Apart from the general sentiment about going back to schools, the Brainly survey revealed that  27.1 per cent of students picked Mathematics as their most favorite subject while 39.3 per cent attributed it to be the most challenging. English emerged as the second most loved subject garnering 26.7 per cent votes followed by science that stood at 24.3 per cent.

Of the classroom activities Indian students enjoy the most, 36.5 per cent said that they liked giving presentations, while 23.4 per cent spoke in favor of debates. There was growing enthusiasm for extracurricular activities with 57.1 per cent students expressing their liking for the same whereas 49 per cent of students opted for sports as a favorite activity. 

Reflecting on the growing adoption of technology in learning, 73.6 per cent of students polled confirmed that they use online platforms for homework and 30.5 per cent said that they use gadgets regularly. Online education has enabled access to vast reserves of information for students, which was not a possibility in the traditional setting.


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