Effectiveness Of Online Education Services Provided By Digital Bangladesh

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East West University Department of Business administration

Effectiveness of online education Services provided By digital Bangladesh


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Name M.K.M Waisulker Naieen Kanaya Pankti Asif Shahariar Niloy Mahmuda Akter Tanvir Hasan 2013-1-10-241 2013-1-10-242 2013-1-10-255 2013-1-10-268 2013-1-10-213



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Please allow us to dedicate our acknowledgment of gratitude toward the following significant advisors and contributors. First and foremost, we would like to thank our course instructor Md. Ziaul Hauque for giving us amazing topic for term paper. He gives us so simple and orderly instruction that we would be able to finish the work easily. Finally, sincerely thanks our entire group member, who provides the advice, opinion, source and support to finish this term paper. Otherwise, it would not be possible to finish the work without all of them.


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This term paper is about “Effectiveness of online education services provided by digital Bangladesh”. It contains effectiveness of online learning, advantages and disadvantages, significance and importance of online. It is divided into 8 parts such as introduction, purpose of online learning, present condition of online learning, importance of online learning, significance of online learning, problem of online learning, recommendation for improvement and conclusion The first part of the assignment is introduction. It contains meaning of online education and small brief of online learning. Second part is purpose of online learning which includes why students are now wanted to study by online. Third part is present condition of online learning. It contains that recent day students are very much motivated by online learning. Third part is present condition of online learning which includes developing of online learning. Fourth and fifth parts are containing respectively importance of online learning and significance of online learning. These parts give elaborate description of importance and significance of online learning. Sixth part contains problem of online learning which gives different problem of online learning. Seventh part is recommendation for improvement which contains how this service improves their problem. And last part contains conclusion.


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Name of the contents Cover page Group member list Participation form Letter of Transmittal Acknowledgement Executive Summary Introduction Purpose of Online Learning Objective of the assignment Methodology Present Condition of Topic Importance of Online Learning 1 2 3 i ii iii 8 8 9 9 10 10

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Significance of Online Learning


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Problem of Online Learning Recommendation for Improvement

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The term ‘online education’ means all forms of technology that enhances learning. Online education is the usage of technology to enable people to learn anytime and anywhere. At present Bangladesh has taken a challenge to create 'Knowledge based Society' and to ensure that our country is spreading online based education services throughout the country. Online education services include training, the delivery of just-in-time information and guidance from experts. These services are delivered, enabled...

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