Educational Role of Information Technologies and Learning of English Language in Pakistan: A Case of Dera Ghazi Khan


  • Asra Fatima M. Phil Linguistics, Institute of Southern Punjab.
  • Maleeha Akhtar Mulghani M. Phil English Literature, Institute of southern Punjab Multan.
  • Tanzeela Mushtaq Ph.D Scholar, BZU Multan.


Language, Technology, Relation, World, English, Teaching, Learning, Pakistan


Language is important for all of us and without language, interaction between individual is very difficult. In the same way education is considered very important for everybody and learning English is also very important because teachers and students use English language for learning and communication so for the teaching and learning, teacher and students use different technology, which are internet-based. It includes laptop, computer, tablet and smart-phone. The incorporation of various media tools into the learning management system (LMS) encompasses a wide range of options, such as Radio, TV, CD ROMs, Electronic Dictionaries, Email, Blogs, Audio Cassettes, PowerPoint presentations, Videos, DVDs, VCDs, Google Documents, Audacity, Fluent U, and Mini-whiteboards.. By using these strategies students can learn language with efficacy. Scholars can attain language according to their aptitude and want. This frame of education is also good for teaching authority because gives them time to work with specific learners who may be resisting. This language learning approach not only saves time but also offers authenticity and validity. The primary emphasis of this study lies in enhancing all facets of English language proficiency, encompassing listening, speaking, reading, and writing, as well as sub-skills like grammar and vocabulary.


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How to Cite

Fatima, A., Mulghani, M. A., & Mushtaq, T. (2023). Educational Role of Information Technologies and Learning of English Language in Pakistan: A Case of Dera Ghazi Khan. Al-Aijaz Research Journal of Islamic Studies & Humanities , 7(3), 18-24. Retrieved from