Online Classes Design and Delivery Based on Student Responses


  • Surya Prakasa Rao, Vasanth Kumar Mohan, Sivakumar Vijayaraghavalu



medical education, assessment, video lectures, e- learning, feedback, questionnaire.


Covid -19 has made a series changes in all system of life especially
in education. As a result, education has changed dramatically with the
distinctive rise of e-learning. The present study was aim to examine the
preference and perception of MBBS student on newly introduced online
live video classes. Methods: For this purpose, an online questionnaire
survey consisting of closed and open-ended questions on nine different
categories such as accessing online video content, previous experience
with online learning, interaction with video lectures addressing the
content, duration, visualise, timings and screen size, perceived learning
experience, the online content learning assessment methods and the
experience with the online learning management system. Two hundred
and thirteen undergraduate medical students were participating in this
study. And it was conducted by the large medical institution in Andhra
Pradesh. Results and conclusions: From the results the e learning
methods was encouraged and its gaining popularity among the medical
students and faculty only 2.3 % were not satisfied with the online classes
on comparison to the traditional methods of learning. But the usefulness
and acceptability of e-learning among medical students as a part of their
curriculum is still not fathomed in medical education.


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Surya Prakasa Rao, Vasanth Kumar Mohan, Sivakumar Vijayaraghavalu. (2023). Online Classes Design and Delivery Based on Student Responses. PJE, 39(2).