Attitude of Post Graduate Students towards Online Education

Nilima Mondal*, Santosh Kumar Behera**, Suryadeep Dey***
*-*** Department of Education, Kazi Nazrul University, Asansol, Paschim Bardhaman, West Bengal, India.
Periodicity:April - June'2023


The current study attempted to determine the attitude of postgraduate students in the Paschim Bardhaman District of West Bengal, India, towards online education. The survey method was employed, and a total of 155 postgraduate students from Kazi Nazrul University, West Bengal, were taken as representative samples of the population as a whole. The selection of postgraduate students was done using a simple random sampling technique. An attitude scale was utilized for gathering the data. Percentage, mean, SD, t-test, and ANOVA were used to analyze the data. According to the report, postgraduate students in West Bengal's Paschim Bardhaman District have an average attitude towards online education. Additionally the study revealed that the attitude of postgraduate students towards online education did not differ significantly based on their gender, locality, semester, caste, and streams.


Attitude, Post Graduate Students, Online Education, Survey Method, Sampling Technique, Attitude Scale.

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Mondal, N., Behera, S. K.. and Dey, S. (2023). Attitude of Post Graduate Students towards Online Education. i-manager’s Journal of Educational Technology, 20(1), 42-51.


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