Stimulating Unceremonious Mobile Learning: An Empirical Study of Business Students of Sindh, Pakistan


  • Salman Manzoor
  • Dr.Muhammad Asim
  • Dr. Bashir Ahmad


Mobile Learning-Students’ Performance-Technology Supported Classroom


Educational Technology has been increasingly used by teachers and students to achieve educational objectives. Such an increasing trend has been paid focus limitedly by researchers in the field of education, particularly in the context of Pakistan. This experimental study attempts to explore the impact of mobile learning (m-learning technology) accessibility on student academic achievement. The study utilized the quantitative research method to evaluate the performance of business school students before and after having mobile learning accessibility. Inferential analysis was conducted to determine the performance of business school students before and after their exposure to internet-oriented lectures. The results found in the study suggest that the performance of students was significantly improved after the exposure to internet-based lectures (after having mobile learning accessibility). The study concludes that technology aids in the students’ performance. Access to mobile-like devices such as iPad, laptops, tabs etc. provides students with the opportunity of academic achievement.