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Learners Perspective on Online Classes in Vocational Courses in Specific to Hotel Management

ATITHYA: A Journal of Hospitality

Volume 6 Issue 1

Published: 2020
Author(s) Name: R. Gopikrishna | Author(s) Affiliation: Senior Lecturer, Food & Beverage Department, IHM Shri Shakti, Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
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Abstract

As we are stepping into ‘new normal’ world, taking online sessions is becoming a part of lecturers’ life. Knowing the fact that the classroom teaching and online teaching are far apart from each other, we should also consider the student absorption and degree of their acceptance. This research is aimed to learn the students view point on online learning specifically in hotel management which is a vocational course. I choose quantitative research methodology as my sample size is going to be comparatively large. My sample consists of students pursuing hotel & hospitality related courses offered by various institutes / universities across India. The data has been collected through online questionnaire. The results show a scattered opinion of students on online learning. After analyzing the result, I can conclude that the learners of hospitality courses are not completely ready for online learning, though they are positively welcoming the change.

Keywords: Online Learning, Hotel Management Studies, Vocational/Skill Courses, Student View Point

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