The major benefit of e-learning is that it helps in saving time and money of learners in this fast moving world. Through e-learning modes the travel costs are reduced, costs associated with printed materials also diminishes. It simply helps in saving money with enhanced academic records of young learners as they can spend more time by seriously concentrating on their subject matters with more focus on the core objective of learning (Peppler, 2010). In the traditional forms of education learning was only limited to normal operating hours of the schools and colleges. With e-learning stress of completing and attending classes has been minimized that had led to relaxed schedules of young learners. The learners can easily learn their courses when and where they like without any sort of disruptions. This helps in keep the young learning calm and happy as they don’t have to travel daily at specific learning centres.
Learning can be done in their free times and can even be shifted in case learners are equipped with some essential tasks. E-learning has made training and education of young learners very comfortable as they can easily track and acknowledge their progress through the well implemented Learning Management Systems (LMS) installed in computers used for e-learning programs (Richards, 2005). In recent times many virtual colleges implement their own tools for tracking and course content details for learners as proof of mandatory training and learning is still required everywhere. E-learning acts as a boon for those learners who are not comfortable in group learning processes. It is mainly a case with those young learners who take more time than usual to understand the concepts and in group due to inferiority complex they do not ask for clarification of their concepts.