International Journal of Advanced Science and Research

International Journal of Advanced Science and Research


International Journal of Advanced Science and Research
International Journal of Advanced Science and Research
Vol. 7, Issue 1 (2022)

Academic stress due to online teaching practices during covid-19 pandemic


Abhishek Singh, Raminder Kalra, Arshi Anjum Khan

The current pandemic situation has left all of us in mismanagement of our goals and has questioned our personal beliefs about one-self. A problem-solving approach was used to address the issue regarding academic stress due to online teaching practices during covid-19 pandemic among post basic nursing students of selected college of nursing. The study was brought into light with the following objectives: (1) to assess the level of academic stress among post basic nursing students. (2) To develop and conduct PTP in terms of an interactive session regarding stress management and effective coping. (3) To assess the effectiveness of PTP in terms of an interactive session on level of academic stress. The major strategies used were: (1) Assessing the level of academic stress due to online classes. (2) Then, developing and conducting an intervention in terms of interactive session with participants (3) assessing again the effectiveness of intervention. The data was collected through a structured tool to assess academic stress from 26 participants. The result suggested that the majority of participants belong to 21-25 years of age which corresponds to 80.8%, the majority of participants were female which corresponds to 96%, and the majority of participants were diploma holder which corresponds to 61.5%. Also, majority of participants had achieved between 61-70 % of marks which corresponds to 50% of total participants. There were 57.7% participants who had family income between 26-50 thousand. It was found that61.5% of subjects had less than 1 year of experience. The level of academic stress was found to be 3.85% for Extreme academic stress, 38.46% for high academic stress, 46.14% for moderate stress whereas 11.14% reported for mild stress. The pretest mean was 47.62. Also the post test results highlighted that 30.77% had high stress, 57.69% had moderate stress and 11.54% had mild stress whereas there was nil account for extreme stress. The post-test mean was 42.46. Through the above study it was concluded that Improving the holistic well-being of the student would eventually be productive not only the individual but, for the overall productivity of the institutions as well.
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Abhishek Singh, Raminder Kalra, Arshi Anjum Khan. Academic stress due to online teaching practices during covid-19 pandemic. International Journal of Advanced Science and Research, Volume 7, Issue 1, 2022, Pages 39-46
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