In today’s scenario there is no denying that e-learning is a boon and this switch is also very much the need of the hour. During and even after the pandemic where traditional education may not be possible, the e-learning platforms act as a support to the education system.  

In India, the E-learning concept is helping students to participate, engage and interact during the sessions. This means, no longer the monotonous hour-long typical classroom sessions and according to a report E-learning has become a preferred method of learning as it also defies the geographical barriers. It is bringing universities and educators to students in their homes and hostels or anywhere through internet connectivity over laptops, smartphones, computers etc. Skill can be evaluated through quizzing, interactive sessions, webinars etc. This method of teaching is very beneficial for students living in rural areas and tier 2 & 3 cities. 

E-Learning is especially effective for unconventional courses. These learning platforms can also give quality education by offering personalized advice to the students from educators and experts. It has also been found that e-learning facilities are more engaging than traditional classroom learning. 

Affordable quality education is another benefit of online learning as students can easily access education at a much lower cost and from anywhere