Volume 10 Issue 1 ( March 2023 )


Pandemic and Indian Education: Evolving Perspectives from Higher Education

Minakshi Kar, Neha Bothra


The Indian Education sector has shown adaptive capabilities in delivering the teaching-learning processes online. The Adaptive-Structuration-Theory (AST) has been leaned upon to bridge the task-technology inputs, appropriation to tech-based-education output. The fundamental objective behind this paper is to investigate the impact of technology and novel pedagogies on the Education sector with the evolving perspectives in University Education in India. This qualitative primary study is based on a semi-structured questionnaire enabling in producing evidence-based actions to set the stage for a futuristic pedagogy development in the post Covid times. The paradigm shifts in pedagogical approaches, evolutionary Hybrid mode of learning, aspiring teachers to orient themselves, ease of resource sharing/remote access of Database would be surfacing even further in the near future of Learning environment.

Keywords: Task-Technology inputs, Hybrid learning, Adaptive Structuration Theory, Teaching Pedagogies Higher Education JEL Classification: A23, I23, O32