Online Education is not an alien concept for gen-Z. Yes covid has Changed circumstances prodigiously , it has emphasized e-learning platforms also serving as a free marketing gimmick, increasing the seasonal sales of online courses platform. Whereas nothing is largely at risk pursuing online Education on e- learning platforms. The fact that everything comes in black, and White emphasizes us to acknowledge this matter in depth. Oftentimes things which appear to be really simple are the most difficult to deal with. Online platforms are facing tough competition with each others since lockdown. As per the most recent survey it was discovered - BYU'S scored most in two major areas mainly career opportunities and incentives it was Vedanta who ultimately won the battle. Vedanta outmaneuvered BYU'S in 6 major areas. This is just the emerging competition of online e-learning. In traditional days a similar competitive pattern was seen among different coaching centers. With the majority of schools being closed , there has been a prolonged communication gap which has been pertaining due to connectivity issues and lack of access to Wi-Fi. It's a fact , not everyone has a smooth network installed in their residents. Majority can't afford Wi-Fi. This is the major drawback of e-learning. Lack of interactive sessions make the lessons more mundane. Students are discovered to absorb content taught 30% better , when they physically sit in the classroom. While on the other hand online classes have pushed us a little more in our comfort zone. Many students, irrespective of school students or college youth, have admitted attending their lectures while eating snack or laying on bed. Some of them even doze off while listening to their teacher's voice from their smartphones. While there's no crime in eating and sleeping in your home , doing so during your learning period might be disadvantageous in the long run. E-learning don't completely runs in Black color. There are many benefits of it - whereas many of them who wants to learn new things face a bad luck due to network connectivity, but the same underprivileged section has been seen making table turns by cracking the majority of competitive exams with the help on online classes, so, we can learn that as there are 2 sides of a coin same goes with the criteria of e-learning. One main difference we see in the customer groups, classifies the good and bad sides of online Education. People reflect what they're, there's absolutely no doubt in that. However, it's a lesser known theory that people influence things as per their prospective. It is often said that a learner can make any challenge into a lesson and every adversity into an opportunity. This anecdote could be visibly seen proving itself true in the current scenario. The underprivileged section of our society, which is making leaps and bounds through free, easily accessible classes always show gratitude towards their online teachers. Those are the real teachers actually , which upload all the educational content and videos , completely free for their far out students. These teachers are not big capitalists giant like academy, BYU'S or Vedanta, they are small business owners, who thrive on their YouTube views and their loyal student base. The competition doesn't make any difference between a learner and a consumer. In the eyes of business owner all are same, few of them actually give the learning process any acute importance. Only people complaining so far about online exams and learning platforms are the ones who have their homes laced with efficient Wi-Fi. All those whose voices are heard and respected, are those who are already have things in their favor. Whereas, the people on whose behalf this debate has been initiated, are little aware of this turbulence going on in the market. They're busy preparing themselves for.