Ambedkar University Delhi (AUD) Student Council has conducted a survey on online education. Most of the students participating in the survey rejected online classes. Students survey reported that they spent an average of four hours per day for online classes. 73 percent of the students said that during online classes they have faced low internet speed and instability.
At the same time, 47 percent of the students said that they had to bear the financial burden of arranging internet packages and Wi-Fi facilities for online classes. Also, 75 percent of the students believe that online classes are not accessible to all castes, gender, and regions.
50 PERCENT OF STUDENTS DO NOT HAVE LAPTOP
The survey was conducted by the Student Council of Ambedkar University Delhi from June 24 to July 6, in which 410 students participated. 50 percent of the surveyed students do not have a laptop. At the same time, 47.8 percent of students are attending online classes through smartphones and two percent of students do not have any electronic devices.
96 PERCENT OF STUDENTS ARE BUSY WITH HOUSEHOLD CHORES
The survey by Ambedkar University Delhi concluded that the atmosphere could not be created for online studies at home. 96% of the students surveyed admitted that during online studies, housework has to be done. The number of female students is 98%. The average time taken by students to do household chores is 2 hours 49 minutes per day. At the same time, the time for female students is 3 hours 1 minute.
56 PERCENT SAID, PHYSICAL CLASSES, SHOULD BE DONE
In the Ambedkar University Delhi survey, more than 56 percent of the students said to have physical classes. He demanded that the zero semester be declared if it did not happen. At the same time, nine percent agreed to run online classes in the semester. At the same time, the student council has suggested making laptop banks, demanding to provide laptops to all students.