CH. Ramya , V. Jyothi, B. Vijayabhinandana and P.V.N. Prasad
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in closure of schools and colleges for months together across the world, situations are unpredictable to reopen the educational institutes and this paved the way for online teaching and learning. Online learning is considered an alternative option to traditional learning. But coronavirus pandemic made it as the only option for maintaining the schools, colleges and universities. So, it has to be strengthened to make education interesting to the students. Acharya N G Ranga Agricultural University is reaching UG and PG students through synchronous online education. Therefore, a study was conducted to know the attitude of UG students and PG students towards online learning. The results revealed that more than three-fourth of the UG students had medium (79.44%) favourable attitude, followed by low (16.11%) and high (4.44%) favourable attitude. Less than three-fourth of the PG students had medium (73.33%) favourable attitude and 13.33 per cent each had high and low favourable attitudes.
Keyword: Attitude; Online learning; Factor analysis; Z-test.