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and Aims: Due to COVID-19 pandemic, the mode of education changed to online with the help of laptops and mobiles. The aim of this was to find out the prevalence of musculoskeletal (MSK) pain and its severity in students during online learning and the effect of that pain on activities of daily living (ADLs). To find out which regions of the body were more prone to musculoskeletal overload and to spread awareness of ergonomic approaches in device usage. Methodology: 249 Health Sciences studentsdoi:10.36283/pjr.zu.11.2/010 fatcat:xyt3h6gxabfx3jk2y6732d4ey4