UNLOCKING THE CREATIVITY DURING LOCKDOWN: ROLE OF E-COMPETITIONS IN OVERALL GROWTH OF STUDENTS

Prof. Madhavi Tarani Prof. Vidhi Paryani

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Abstract - The nation-wide curfew due to COVID-19 threat has literally kept elders and youngsters alike indoors. All are literally trapped in home & there is no way out. But where there is a will there is a way. Thanks to technology that even in these worst days of COVID-19, we are able to communicate & keep in touch with our near & dears. Not only this but students are pursuing their study online & participating in no. of competitions to keep themselves far from boredom. This Paper will mainly focus on this aspect only that how these E-competitions has unlocked the way , for keeping students alive, providing them opportunity for being more  creative, innovative & participative, during this lockdown. Lockdown can also be considered as quality time to think upon ourselves & finding out what we really want. These E-competitions are really a good platform to see ourselves & review our opinion about ourselves, especially Students. Along with these this paper has also tried to check whether there is any different between perceived benefits among students of different stream. This is going to be a very interesting study about students& what motivates them to participate more.

Key-words: E-competitions, technology, unlocked creativity, perceived Benefits


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