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The effect of Covid 19 in the field of education has been devastating. Teachers struggled to take their lectures online spending hours understanding the various online platforms that technology provided, while students struggled to understand the vastness of their subjects through a box on their mobile or laptop screens. The end result was that though classes were conducted regularly, it was clear that online classes cannot be a substitute to offline where each interaction between the teacher and student is a learning process in itself. The student-teacher interaction and the student-student interaction in offline teaching are crucial for the development of the student, mentally, socially, and emotionally. This present issue is focused on the effects of the online teaching learning mode on the teachers and students.
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