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How to decide between online and offline courses



Our modern life gives us a variety of choices for everything. From buying a smartphone to ordering a pizza, we have many choices when it comes to most things in our lives today. The field of education today, too provides the students with lots of options while selecting their preferred medium of learning. With the advent of online teaching India has proved itself to the world as one of the leaders in e-learning. Especially since the coronavirus pandemic, when schools and college campuses were shut down, locking millions of students and teachers across the entire nation out of the classroom, online live classes app have become the need of the hour.

Thanks to the innovative use of technology in education, the quality and affordability of online courses has increased a lot in recent years. This is the reason due to which online courses are increasingly becoming the popular choice among teachers and students alike. A lot more students than ever before are opting for online courses as their medium of choice for learning. Yet, many others often remain in the dilemma over whether to choose online courses or traditional offline courses for completing their education. Here are a few factors which may help you in coming to a decision about pursuing an online course or an offline course….

Program Cost-
Quite often, the cost of education can be overwhelming. If you are someone who wishes to get good quality education but the cost of the program is a concern for you, you should definitely opt for an online program. Online courses are a lot more pocket friendly than traditional offline courses. Apart from the program fees, online courses also save money which otherwise would have to be spent on commuting, accodomadation and likewise. All in all, opting for online courses can save you a ton of money without compromising the quality of your learning.

Availability of Time-
This can be a critical factor, especially for working professionals like us. Traditional offline courses typically are full-time courses and are seldom suitable for working professionals or people who can afford to devote lesser time due to reasons ranging from family responsibilities to pursuing other course or preparing for competitive exams. Moreover, many students, especially working professionals not only face a constraint of time, but also one of place. It is not possible for them to pursue a regular, full-time course alongside their jobs, both of which could be in a totally different place. Pursuing an online course is the logical choice in such cases as online teaching provides the flexibility to teach and learn from anywhere at any time.

Desired choice of course-
Many-a-times it so happens that our choice of the course or branch is not available at any college or university in our vicinity. Even if it is available, the quality of teaching is not up to the mark and maybe the number of enrolments are also low. In such cases, online teaching can prove to be a godsend. Not only do online courses provide a wide variety of choices when it comes to courses, they also provide high quality teaching the level of which can't be matched by the regular offline courses. Thus online courses provide the freedom of choice to the students.

Role of Technology-
Student's today are digital natives. They are well- versed with the novel aspects of technology and are well-aware of the various advantages which the use of technology in learning may provide. Online teaching platforms increasingly work towards integrating different types of educational technology for making teaching and learning more effective. Traditional offline classrooms, on the other hand don't generally make an effective use of technology for teaching and learning. Therefore, students who wish to make learning simpler and their lives easier by taking the help of revolutionary features for improving their academic achievement should opt for an online course rather than a regular offline course. Moreover, using technology in learning also makes students more adept at using technology for other purposes and in other walks of their lives.

Choosing between an online and an offline course can be a tricky choice. We hope that the tips mentioned in this article can guide the students in making the correct choice between online and offline courses.










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