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Effective Online Distance Learning In Pakistan and Challenges

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  • Imdad Ali Bughio
  • Qazi Muhammad Moinuddin Abro
  • Pir.Roshan Shah Rashdi

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E-learning is an emerging concept in the academies where education has switched from black board to multimedia system, in this context, purpose of this study is to find out the significance of the e-learning for the Master Program and other short courses in order to facilitate the students and professionals of the region and on distance. This will be new initiative by the MUISTD in this region. In order to achieve the research objectives, the rationale selection of above methodology based on the gaps and limitations, a mixed methodology is chosen. Data collection techniques are applied, analysis and interpretation is carried out with the help of SPSS, MS-Excel and MS-Word.

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  • Imdad Ali Bughio & Qazi Muhammad Moinuddin Abro & Pir.Roshan Shah Rashdi, 2014. "Effective Online Distance Learning In Pakistan and Challenges," International Journal of Management Sciences, Research Academy of Social Sciences, vol. 2(6), pages 274-279.
  • Handle: RePEc:rss:jnljms:v2i6p3
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    E-learning; ICT; Education; ODL;
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