COVID-19 pandemic influence on undergraduate female engineering students’ performance in Bangladesh

Sher Shermin Azmiri Khan, Muhibul Haque Bhuyan


This paper explores the impact of the online teaching-learning of the Computer Science and Engineering program’s female students at the Central Women’s University in Bangladesh due to the COVID-19 epidemic. A survey was directed to comprehend the students’ perspectives on online engineering education. The performances of the same students under the same course instructor of various courses as well as of different students under the same course instructor of the same courses before the pandemic and during the pandemic were investigated. After that, this paper analyzed students’ experiences of the evaluation method before and during the outbreak, and then found out the transformation of the students’ concerns regarding online engineering education. The research was based on the student surveys and observations, and their academic performances. All indicators exhibited that the procedure that was implemented had a positive impact on students’ achievement. Students’ involvement, particularly in the core courses that are essential to fulfilling their degrees, had improved. Furthermore, students gained more precise and constructive knowledge from the course teachers during the pandemic, as such the impact on the students’ learning due to the online teaching of Computer Science and Engineering students were positive than before the pandemic.


Bangladesh; COVID-19; Engineering education; Pandemic; Tertiary education

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