The Impact of Online Learning on Academic Performance of Youth



Impact, 9 May Incident, Academic Performance, Youth


Aim of the Study: The present research study aims to investigate the effects of online learning on students’ academic performance. The concept of online learning is a new emerging idea which enables the faculty members and students to learn by using advanced technology.

Methodology: This research study is based on survey techniques to investigate and explore the effects of Online learning on students’ academic achievement and performance. The universe of the study is Hazara University. The unit of analysis for present research study was students. 200 students were selected as the sample size of the study. A close ended questionnaire is used for data collection from the selected sample.

Findings: The empirical analysis of the data reveals that overall; most of the respondents get command over language by using online learning. The exclusive analysis of the data and data tabulation also reveals that overall, most of the respondents agree that using Online learning and the material available is in advance and have lack of research. The statistical analysis of the data also reveals that overall majority of the respondents disagree that Online learning has negative effects on its users.

Conclusion: The study concluded that online learning has positive effects on students’ academic performance and it also helps them to gain advance and new knowledge regarding the subject they are studying in the class.

Author Biographies

  • Dr. Majid Ul Ghafar, Hazara university, Mansehra

    Assistant Professor, Department of Communication & Media Studies, 

  • Mansoor Ali Khan, Hazara University, Mansehra

    BS, Communication & Media Studies, 

  • Komal Zulfiqar, International Islamic University, Islamabad.

    MS Scholar, Department of Media and Communication Studies, 




How to Cite

Ghafar, M. U. ., Khan, M. A. ., & Zulfiqar, K. . (2023). The Impact of Online Learning on Academic Performance of Youth. Online Media and Society, 4(2), 53-65.