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ISSN Print: 2394-7500, ISSN Online: 2394-5869, CODEN: IJARPF

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Vol. 8, Issue 12, Part A (2022)

A study on the attitude of post-graduate level students towards online open book examination system at COVID - 19 situation

A study on the attitude of post-graduate level students towards online open book examination system at COVID - 19 situation

Author(s)
Sonu Halder
Abstract
The subject of research is to investigate a study on the attitude of post graduate level students towards online open book examination system at COVID-19 situation. The three purposes for which I have studied are - To know the attitude of post graduate level students towards Online Open Book Examination System at COVID – 19 situation, To know the attitude of Boys and Girls students towards Online Open Book Examination System in COVID-19 situation, To know the attitude of rural and urban students towards online open book examination system in COVID- 19 situation. Descriptive survey research method has been used for a study. The results I obtained through the self- constructed attitude scale are - There is no significant difference between the attitude of Boys and Girls students towards Online Open Book Examination System in COVID-19 situation. And There is significant difference between the attitude of rural and urban students towards online open book examination system in COVID- 19 situation. 58.8% of students are Disagree, 26.5% of students are Strongly Disagree and 14.7% of students are Agree with the opinion that Online open book examination system is an effective evaluation method. 42.6% of students are agree, 30.9% of students are strongly agree and 22.1% of students are disagree with the opinion that the use of Online Open Book Examination System is not suitable for Practical exam. 58% of students are agree, 27.9% of students are strongly agree and 11.8% of students are disagree with the opinion that Online Open Book Exam reduces the power of problem- solving among the students. 55.9% of students are agree, 25% of students are strongly agree and 14% of students are disagree with the opinion that Online Open Book Examination is not acceptable for Post-graduate students. 52.9% of students are agree and 41.2% of students are strongly agree with the opinion that in the case of Online Open Book Examination System, technological problems make students' anxiety level high. 57.4% of students are agree, 33.8% of students are strongly agree and 8.8% of students are disagree with the opinion that the students are to face with different problems due to the lack of knowledge about Technology.
Pages: 43-46  |  332 Views  88 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sonu Halder. A study on the attitude of post-graduate level students towards online open book examination system at COVID - 19 situation. Int J Appl Res 2022;8(12):43-46. DOI: 10.22271/allresearch.2022.v8.i12a.10365
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