Remittances Review

ISSN:2059-6588 | e-ISSN: 2059-6596

ISSN:2059-6588 | e-ISSN: 2059-6596

Impact of Online Learning vs Traditional Mode of Learning on University Student's Educational Performance in Pakistan

Dr Faisal Aziz ,Dr. Ghulam Muhammad Malik, Dr. Sahibzada Shamim-ur-Rasool, Dr. Nasir Khan , Muhammad Kaqbad Alam, Saba Afzal, M Phil Scholar,


Because of the widespread adoption of internet technology, online learning has emerged as a cutting-edge approach that extensively utilized by academic institutions worldwide. The primary goal of the current research survey was to investigate how students' academic performance, particularly their CGPA, was affected by online learning. A purposive sample technique was used in the research design, which involved recruiting 100 undergraduate and 100 postgraduate students from the social science and pure science departments of 5 public universities in Islamabad. The participants in the survey ranged in age from 18 up to 34. For data collection, the researcher employed closed-ended questionnaire. The empirical results showed that the number of students using online learning is statistically considerably larger than the number of students using traditional learning methods. Furthermore, the findings indicated that the average level of student happiness with traditional in-person lectures was 5.21, whereas the average level of student satisfaction with online learning was 8.91. The study's main conclusions highlight a notable difference in learning outcomes as well as favorable views between online and traditional learners, suggesting that the online learning is a good option for higher education in academia. This research study will also add to the body of knowledge already available on online versus traditional learning modes.‎