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The major challenges faced by the students in learning in the post-COVID period and the difficulties in focusing and paying attention to their course through the e-learning classes offered by their institutions detailed herewith. It is noticed that due to network issues, some difficulties in understanding lectures delivered in online mode. Students face socio-psychological issues like career concerns, lack of motivation, anxiety, and depression due to school closures. The study reveals the impact of internet usage on boys and girls. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced schools, colleges, and universities across the world to conduct classes and activities remotely. The transition of classes from regular face-to-face teaching to virtual teaching presented several challenges for both learners and facilitators. As schools across the country now open after two years of online education, Principal, teachers, and behavioural experts reported a significant rise in behavioural issues among schoolchildren like aggression, attention span deficit, sleeplessness, and emotional disturbances, especially among those who lost their near and dear ones in COVID. So it is emphasising the necessity to introduce the socio-emotional learning programmes and counselling sessions at schools. This study is based on primary data collected through a questionnaire.
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