ONLINE EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN DURINGCOVID-19 PANDEMIC; STUDENT'S PERSPECTIVE
This particular research study aims to scrutinize the outlooks and approaches of the Pakistani University Students headed for enforced online classes and distance learning developments in the pandemic of Coronavirus (COVID-19). A total of 200 students from the institution of higher education (Specifically enrolled in Masters and bachelors program) have been targeted and plotted to find their perceptions for the online education progress in the Universities of Pakistan. This study intended to fetch the inside of the participated students and explored that the students' responses towards online classes are uncomfortable and not satisfactory. The study concluded that online education's current development is not yielding desirable goals in developing countries like Pakistan, where the country's infrastructure is not stable. The students face ambiguity as most of the students have not stable access to an online education plan's mandatory technical requirements, i.e. stable and cheap internet connection, laptops or Android cellphones, electricity, etc. The study has also discussed the numbers of factors like the course instructor's physical interaction, an uncertain taken response time of the written communication, mobility, classroom discussions and socialization, practical implementation, etc.The university students have high lighted those factors which are causing hurdles in understanding online education.