E-Learning – A Proposed Model to Meet the Millennium Development Goal-2


  • Gobind M. Herani


e-Learning, Universal Education, Innovative, MDG-2, Information Technology


This paper reviews the literature and proposes the latest fastest and cheaper ways of imparting universal quality education at the primary school level in developing countries. Literature review shows that blending e-tools in the present way of learning is helpful in improving the standard of education at the national and international levels. At present time, different ways of learning are available in the world, like virtual universities, distant education, privately appearing in examinations, online papers, etc. According to the MDGs report, Goal 2 is: Achieve Universal Primary Education: Ensure that all the boys and girls complete primary school by 2015. It is found that the education and training systems of all the nations make vulnerable the future of millions of children and of the nation itself. In developing countries villages where schools are available, enrolments are there, in spite of that there is no productivity because there something is lacking in teachers and society. Efforts made by government and donors agencies are encouraging but not enough; it is also found that with available resources by proper innovation and blending with information technology productivity can be improved, so for this, a model is proposed, which will be helpful to meet the MDG-2.