This study was carried out in four different educational institutions of Lahore, Pakistan to find out, the critical factors that have an impact on the Female Learner Satisfaction. Present study has established an assimilated example with six measurements: dimension of students, dimension of instructors, dimension of courses, dimension of technology, dimension of design, and dimension of environment. The outcomes of study revealed that E-learning had positive influence on perceived leaner satisfaction in the institutes of Pakistan. Different statistical tests/techniques such as, Descriptive Statistics, Standard Deviation, Mean, Cronbach`s Alpha Reliability Coefficient, Correlations and Multiple Regression Analysis were used with respect to relevance and to support the results of the study. The results show institutes in what way one can advance Female Learner Satisfaction and additional reinforce their e-Learning execution. This study presents several strengths that included the scales that were adapted, the organizations that were targeted and the statistical analytic techniques that prolonged the generalization of the study in broader spectrum.
Dr. Naveed Iqbal Chaudhry, Dr. Hakim Ali Mahesar, Dr. Hyder Ali Nizamani, Usman Tariq. (2016) Antecedent’s Of Female Learner Satisfaction Regarding E-learning In The Pakistani Institutes, The Women - Annual Research Journal of Gender Studies, Volume-08, Issue-1.