Impact of COVID-19 on Education in Pakistan, A View Point
Asian Journal of Education and Social Studies,
The novel coronavirus pandemic has contrary involved liveliness and education throughout the world. Educational institutes are confronting situations to furnish good education to the students throughout n-COVID-19 breakdown. Some technically improved countries such as China have electronic learning systems for education. Besides, it isn’t the similar situation with economical countries like Pakistan. Hereby, we draw the objects existence confronted by educational institutes and students in Pakistan as acquiring in online education throughout the n-COVID-19 epidemic.
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