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E-learning based methods provide vital teaching methods for more than a decade. E-learning provides learners to have interactive e-content that is full of multimedia. It has been confirmed that it has a tremendous impact on the process of learning. The present work focuses upon a comparative examination of e-learning based methods with traditional teaching methods. The comparative examination performed on different user groups shows the preference of e-learning based methods over traditional teaching methods.Â The feedback regarding the two methods is collected from various user groups viz. students, researchers, instructors and staff. E-learning based methods provided outstanding feedback as compared to traditional teaching methods.
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