E-learning or virtual education is the term most commonly used to refer to the employment of modern electronic technology for teaching and learning. Utilised first for the distance learning programmes; since then it has been used extensively for the use of interactive, virtual education.Education technology pioneer, Bernard Luskin, sponsored that the “e” of e-learning should be interpreted to mean “exciting, enthusiastic, energetic, extended, emotional, excellent, and educational” in addition to “electronic”. Another expert Parks proposed that the “e” should refer to “everything, engaging, everyone and easy”.Some relevant terms and methods associated with eLearning are listed below-1. Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI)2. Computer Based Training (CBT)3. Computer Managed Instruction (CMI)4. Course Management System (CMS)5. Integrated Learning Systems (ILS)6. Interactive Multimedia Instruction (IMI)7. Learning Management System (LMS)8. Massive open online course (MOOC)9. On Demand Training (ODT)10. Technology Based Learning (TBL)11. Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL)12. Web Based Training (WBT)13. Media PsychologyThe recent milestone in the narration was the release of Teletaleem- a live classroom service by Comcept Pvt. Ltd.Nowadays, the concept of web based learning has gained popularity all over the globe due to the flexibility it offers. For people with limited financial means, it has come as a huge blessing. It gives them the opportunity to acquire higher education and complete their degrees or diplomas at much lower rates than compared to joining regular colleges. People can now enroll for professional and vocational courses like online management course with the help of certifies eLearning service providers.Another class of people who can take advantage of these courses is the working class people and organizations. With restricted time frames due to their jobs, virtual education seems like a convenient prospect to such people. They can adjust their classes suitably and attain symmetry in their work-course scenario.Organizations today encourage their employees and managers to take part in various leadership and management courses for increased efficiency and productivity. These courses are aimed for in-depth knowledge in various fields of management like operations, marketing, human resources, finance, sales, etc.Bespoke classes, self assessment quizzes, audio/video lectures and easy communication and collaboration with the professors are some of the attractions that lure students towards this alternative. While some people still prefer traditional classes over web seminars; there is no denying that eLearning has succeeded in making higher education available to the general public’ irrespective of their age and occupation.