The IUP Journal of Organizational Behavior
The Success of Learning Management System in Higher Educational Institutions in India

Article Details
Pub. Date : October, 2021
Product Name : The IUP Journal of Organizational Behavior
Product Type : Article
Product Code : IJOB181021
Author Name : Saumya Kapoor Sharma, N Akbar Jan and A K Subramani
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Subject/Domain : Arts & Humanities
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No. of Pages : 14



The study's key objective is to examine the success of the Learning Management System (LMS) used in various Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) in Chennai city. This study used a descriptive research design, which describes the users' perspective towards the success of LMS used in various HEIs in Chennai city. Data was collected through a stratified sampling technique to measure the satisfaction level attained by institutions adopting LMS. The SEM model shows that all the LMS factors have a significant positive effect on the usage of LMS. The findings of the study will help policymakers of HEI focus more on content quality while developing LMS platforms.


The economic growth of a country depends on the knowledge possessed by its citizens. Therefore, education is considered fundamental for building a sustainable society. Knowledge platforms across the globe are changing with varied methods incorporated for enrichment. Even our government has drafted National Education Policy, 2021, which plans for everyone's equitable and lifelong learning opportunities by 2030. The future of our country depends on the knowledge landscape provided primarily to the younger generation. Therefore, learning is an inevitable part of human life. The emergence of an unforeseen contingency like Covid-19 has taught us to innovate and inculcate new methodologies for teaching and learning. The basic premise of learning has shifted its attention from "what to" to "how to" learn in the current scenario. Learning may be of two types, namely, formal learning and informal learning. Formal learning refers to learning in a training-based organization, workplace, mobile devices, classrooms, online and