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Top 3 Challenges Faced by Students During Pandemic





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Yesterday my niece just made me surprised with her cute conversation. At breakfast time she saw her new tiffin box in the kitchen which was not used because of lockdown and said in excitement, “please serve my breakfast in my tiffin box, don’t know when I will be able to eat in my new tiffin as school is closed. So let me enjoying eating it in now”. This gesture of her made everyone at the table amazed.

 

 Initially, students were happy that their schools are closed. They can be at home all-time, chill and relax. Lockdown was the best thing that happened to students, watching movies and chatting with friends made them happy. But soon after a month they are getting bored at home and missing their schools. Then started “online classes”. It was a good entertainment chance for students but after a month even that got tough.

 

Here are challenges faced by students are in this hard phase and how to deal with them:

 

1. Online classes:

 

  • It is difficult to attend hour-long online classes, especially for senior and college students. There is a big difference between learning online and offline. The current situation does not allow access to offline classes so students are left with only the option of online classes.  Understanding is less in online classes as compared to offline.

 

  • Poor connectivity is a big issue for many students during online classes. Many students don’t have laptops or phones for attending online classes. Online classes impact the eyes of students badly.

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  • In the primary section, kids don’t understand anything during an online class. It is difficult to make them sit for 2 to 3 hours for an online class.

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How to deal:

 

  • Senior and college students should do yoga, meditation and eye exercise daily to relax them. Keep drinking water every half n hour to keep yourself hydrated. During the break between lectures take a small walk.

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  • Do breathing exercises 3 times a day.

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2. Loss of interest:

 

  • There are no outdoor activities for students at this time. Sitting at home all time is making them lose interest. Dr.R.K.Suri says many students skip online classes because of no interest. They find it boring.

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How to deal:

 

  • Make a routine of doing exercise daily for an hour. Exercise will make you active and energetic.

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  • A workout session in the morning will be enough to maintain energy throughout the day.

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3. Stress:

 

  • The current unstable situation is making students stressed and depressed. They are concerned about their future career. Exams are getting postpone and grades on basis of internal performance are making students worried.

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How to deal:

 

  • Engage yourself in activities you like to get the rhythm on.

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  • Read motivating books and watch comedy movies to keep you motivated.

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Psychologists as mental health care providers play a major role in understanding biological, behavioral, and social factors behind bullying. Dr. (Prof) R K Suri, the Senior Clinical Psychologist at Psychowellness Center, is a trained professional clinical psychologist, having more than 36 years of experience in all kinds of mental health issues and related therapeutic interventions. Discuss issues related to bullying with him. Your privacy is secured with him.

               

Furthermore, TalkToAngel online mental health services under him put your needs first. Experts here can help you with flexible appointments, personalized and customized intervention plans all at the tip of your fingers.

 

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