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In this paper, it assesses the impact of COVID 19 pandemic on higher education system and identified the challenges of students in the online learning platform in Annamalai University Tamilnadu. The study is an explanatory in nature, both primary and secondary data are used for discussion. Data and information collected from the study conducted among the UG and PG students in Annamalai University through the online structural questionnaire method using the ‘Google form, send to students’ through Watts App and E-mail. The simple percentage distribution was used to assess the learning status of students. It reveals that most of the students using android phone for e-learning. The Students have been facing various problems such as lack of facilities, gap created among students and teachers, distractions from the family etc. That leads to create the mental pressure among the students. Students from remote areas and marginalized sections commonly faced enormous challenges in accessing the online classes and the study material during this pandemic. The study discussed shortcomings of this newly adapted education system has to be taken on a serious account and need to be modified.
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