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EEO. 2021; 20(3): 94-103


Psychological Effects of Quarantine During Covid-19: Students Attitude Towards Their Academics

Prof. Dr. Abdul Waheed Mughal, Dr. Khisro Kaleem Raza, Dr. Obaid Ullah.

Abstract
The current research aims to explore the effects of COVID-19 on studentsí academic achievements during the quarantine period through online mode of education and the effects of stress and anxiety on studentsí learning during quarantine. The nature of the study was descriptive research using validated close ended 5 point Likert scale questionnaire as tool of data collection. The questionnaire contains two main themes followed by ten items in each theme. The data was collected from 150 undergraduate level students via Google form, which was analyzed through Ordinal Regression Analysis (ORA). The results of the study show that attitude of students towards online classes was negative, quarantine period was difficult for students and leads to psychological issues. The study recommends that mental exercise be given to students to abstain from psychological stress and motivate the students towards online mode of teaching and learning process.

Key words: Anxiety, COVID -19, Quarantine, Psychological Effect, Academics






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