Dr. Amedkar Institute of Management Studies and Research.
In India, educational institutions (schools, colleges, and universities) use only traditional learning methods, such as face-to-face lectures in a classroom. Despite the fact that many academic institutions have begun to implement blended learning, many remain trapped in the past. The rapid emergence of Covid-19, a devastating disease caused by the Corona Virus (SARS-CoV-2) startled the entire world. This situation posed a challenge to the global education system, forcing instructors to switch to an online form of instruction overnight. Many academic institutions that had previously been hesitant to adapt their traditional pedagogical method now have no choice but to fully embrace online teaching– learning. This research will assist in determining the effects of e-learning during the COVID –19 Pandemic. This research was conducted for students enrolled in various colleges and universities who wanted to understand more about the role of e-learning during the epidemic. It can be a learning paradigm at educational institutions to use digital technologies to improve students' knowledge and abilities. For the sake of pupils, the government and educational departments must offer improved infrastructure for elearning.