Offline Education means a student needs to go in a school, in a classroom, and attend a class face to face with a teacher.
The absence of network connectivity in remote areas made it difficult for learners to gain access to course content. This offline learning feature became a hit for those who don’t have an internet connection at home or while traveling. Offline learning requires you to physically travel to a training center or a school and be present at fixed hours. In an offline setting, students listen to long lectures and take notes, sometimes easily get bored and might doze off a little.
Whereas offline learning takes place in a fixed location, with a fixed schedule and requires you to travel and be on time, online learning is the opposite. If you have a training center close to your location, prefer to travel and study in another place than your hometown, then offline learning is absolutely fine. With offline learning, it’s easier to ensure students are paying attention to the training. Some students also find it easier to retain the knowledge and skills they’ve learnt through offline learning than they do with online learning.