Optimized LMS: A Solution to Online Learning in Covid-19
Udit Manav , Rashmi Gupta, Ruchi Kamra
Over the world, school and universities have been closed for a considerable length of time. Instruction has ended up being principle worry in the midst of coronavirus emergency in the nation. At some point in the second seven day stretch of March, state governments the nation over started closing down schools and universities incidentally as a measure to contain the spread of novel coronavirus. It’s near a month and there is no conviction when they will revive. This is significant time for the instruction division. As the days pass by with no quick answer for stop the episode of covid-19, school and college terminations won’t just have a transient effect on the coherence of learning for in excess of 285 million youthful students in India yet in addition incite sweeping monetary and cultural outcomes. Due to quick mechanical advancements over the previous decade, online-learning is as a rule generally utilized and productivity to fill the hole made by suspended class learning.
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[Udit Manav , Rashmi Gupta, Ruchi Kamra (2020) Optimized LMS: A Solution to Online Learning in Covid-19 IJIRCST Vol-8 Issue-3 Page No-144-147] (ISSN 2347 - 5552). www.ijircst.org
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