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Students can learn online, anywhere and anytime. Instead of physical copies of books, e-learning uses visual content and gamification.

Sania was looking for internship opportunities, but despite constant efforts, she couldn’t get one. After multiple rejections, she realised that lack of experience and skill-gap made her profile below par and was the reason for all the rejections. Unfortunately, there are millions of students like Sania who lack necessary skills. But fortunately, there is a solution to help solve this problem and that is — online learning. realised

To begin with, what is online learning?

Unlike the conventional learning in a classroom, online learning makes the content available digitally. Instead of using physical copies of books it uses visual content and gamification thus enabling the student to learn online, anywhere and anytime. It also offers flexibility to a user to learn as per their availability.


Online learning holds many advantages and can impact the user in more than just one way. To help you understand its impact, we have listed the 2 biggest perks of online learning below.

  1. In-depth knowledge: Just an overview won’t suffice in understanding a topic. It is essential to delve into the nitty-gritty and learn the basics to have an in-depth knowledge of the topic. This would help to get a clear line of sight to be able to assess the problem and find a solution, which can happen only if you have an in-depth knowledge. Experience of an online learning will help you clear almost all your doubts and strengthen the foundation of a subject. It would help leave an impression on the employer.

Online Learning is very helpful for everyone to acquire skills.

  1. Practical experience: As a college goer , it is essential to have a relevant practical experience to test the knowledge learned and put yourself ahead of your peers. College usually lacks such opportunities and thus online learning is a perfect way to test and learn through experiences. Moreover, the certificate you will receive at the successful completion will help validate the knowledge that you have attained about the subject and comes in handy when you later apply for a job or an internship.

Online learning is quite affordable and can be easily pursued it in the field of your choice by putting to use the money you have saved so far. Apart from being economical, they offer a lot of flexibility as the content is available online and can be accessed through a laptop anytime and anywhere thus providing you with an opportunity to pursue it even when you are trying other things.

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With millions of students graduating every year, it is becoming difficult to get an internship or a job and an online learning can help make the difference. The quintessential qualities that an employer seek in an applicant are relevant skills, commitment and ownership towards the work and online learning successfully exhibit all the traits. To juggle it along with other activities and completing it shows perseverance and dedication towards the work you undertake.

It is quintessential for a student to be aware and make informed decisions about her career. Online learning is a perfect beginning to set yourself apart from your peers. With all the perks that online learning holds, what better way to spend your time than to learn something new that can make the difference!

Courtesy: Internshala Trainings (trainings.internshala.com)


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