SOCIAL APPS AS AN INSTRUMENT FOR ONLINE EDUCATION DURING PANDEMIC
Students and teachers increasingly are feeling pressured to embrace the electronic educational experience as the direct descendent of the elearning process. This is often a result of the COVID-19 issue. Teachers may modify the online abilities of the students on the edge of “cyber risk” (i.e., cyberbullying, online sexual activity etc) using online awareness for subsequent academic prospects, notably during this epidemic, in which youngsters are completely reliant on online education. This study was based on a survey of young men and women from Pakistan, between the ages of 18 to 25, focusing on the usage of social apps as an instrument for online education during the Covid-19 pandemic. This study concluded based on the questionnaires by using SPSS software that software like Zoom and MSTeams have indeed helped the majority of surveyed people in their online learning experience. Some have had troubles understanding the new transition to this system, but by and large, the social apps helped students a lot during this Covid-19 times. However, the survey results also reveal that there are fewer benefits of online learning as opposed to inperson classroom learning.