Volume 3 | Number 1
Online Version: ISSN No: 2709-0590
Print Version: ISSN No: 2708-2490
Price: BDT: 750.00, USD: 25.00
Publish Date: 01, July 2022
Md. Miraz Hosen, Shammy Islam & Soaib
The global health pandemic caused by COVID-19 in the 2020s has had numerous significant effects on the education sector. One of them was the transition to online-based learning. Bangladesh's public universities have also adopted this method of education, as has the rest of the world. This study examines the impact of COVID-19 on higher education at three selected Bangladeshi public universities by highlighting the challenges that online teaching and learning experience.
The results indicate that none of the chosen universities properly ensured a participatory and well-functioning online education system during the pandemic due to the scarcity of support, both technological and economic, for their faculties and students. The article suggests that feasible technological, monetary and academic initiatives should be taken by the universities and government authorities to strengthen the existing online education system and make it more compatible with the current requirements and any future crises.