Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How does online research course work?

A. Once you enroll in one of our easy-going online courses, you will access your course through the course login page (link posted on our homepage). You will log in with your Electronic ID online course and password. If you don’t already have an online course, you will acquire one through our registration process. You can access your course from anywhere you have an Internet connection.

Q. What are the computer hardware and software requirements for online research course?

A. Our online courses require the following hardware and system software:

  • Sound card
  • Speakers and/or headphones
  • Internet connection
  • Acrobat Reader
  • Microsoft office 2003 / 2007 / 2010
  • VLC Software

Q. Which Browser support for online research course?

Our online course portal supports all leading website browsers.

Q. Who can register in online research course?

A. Sessions is open to the general public: school principal / college Principles/ students and university PG, Ph. D. students / teachers, this applies online courses.

Q. Screen Resolution

A. Our courses are best viewed with a color monitor set at a minimum screen resolution of 1000x. Screen resolution settings can be adjusted in the display options for Windows users. If you are having problems adjusting your settings, consult your operating system manual.

Q. Who manages online courses?

A. The IT Services team, Learning Design and Technology, provides technical support to faculty developing online research courses and the professional teams of professors manage online courses offerings. For information, visit

Q. How is an online course scheduled?

A. If the course has been offered online before, professional teams simply schedule a section in the same way they schedule other online sections.

Q. What is the minimum computer skills required?

A. Each student must be able to:

  1. Navigate the Internet with a web browser.
  2. Use email and send attachments proficiently.
  3. Download and install plug-ins.
  4. Create files and folders.
  5. Use a word processing program: Microsoft Word is strongly recommended.
  6. Save word processing documents as Rich Text Format (.rtf)./ (.pdf) or (.doc/.docx)

Q. How do online courses work?

A. Once you begin your course online, you will find that through the help of the course site tools, you will be able to navigate within the course site. You will be able to Procedure through the Web site to post/read assignments and to download/upload files from our instructor. Your enquiry will primarily be contacting you by email or in your login account panel.

Q.How do I register and pay for online courses?

A. For registration and payment for any online course follow the link

Q. What is the attendance policy for an online course?

A. Attendance in an online course is defined submission within the written assignments. This standard determines all attendance issues.

Q. Are lectures available online?

A. Lectures are not always available as audio or visual. Some instructor are available and they provides a PowerPoint or word document. Students log into their account, and can click on any of their course sites. Once a candidate is in their course site, they can access lectures, PowerPoint’s, documents, videos, links, discussion boards and the assignments section where completed assignments are submitted.

Q. How do I interact with the professor?

Students interact with their professor via different ways. First, the online class is created and explained through the instructor’s and gives lecture information. Then, students discuss topics and queries in the discussion board, where their professor and peers team provides insight, guidance and feedback. Students and the instructor also communicate through assignment correspondence within the course site or via email.

Q. What are assignments like?

A. They are most similar to on-campus assignments and require reading the book, completing questions, writing papers, reviewing other materials and research.

Q. What is a typical schedule for an online class?

A. Each course is 3 months long duration. Students typically have several due dates for completing assignments, projects. For posting queries response the due date is minimum a week where they post a response to a question or assignment and then later respond to other students posts.

Q. How are online classes graded?

A. Online courses are graded like classroom courses. Students leave the course with an understanding of the subject and an ability to apply their knowledge in a real-world. Standard assignments include reading the course materials, active participation in online discussions, writing papers etc. The grading system of marking is available in the website.

Q. Are tests available online?

A. Yes. Students may sign an ethical agreement saying they will not copy or share their exam, and that the person taking the test is the person registered for the course. Tests may be timed, and do not typically allow for open-book responses.

Q. Can I start online classes at anytime?

A. Students can start classes anytime during any session.

Q. What if I have technical difficulties?

A. The student help desk is available to address technical problems that students may encounter with online course. The web-based instruction system is compatible with computers, students may need to save documents and presentations in formats compatible with the current Microsoft Office Suite for the PC.

Q. If I don’t have internet access, can I still enroll in classes?

A. To take online classes you must have internet access, whether in your home or a public place like a public library or cyber cafe.

Q. Who do I contact if I can’t login?

A. For students if login problem occurred or login successfully but can’t find your course, please contact the technical support number or e-mail provided in the website. Remember you will find details about logging into your systems .

Q. How do I learn to use the online course tools?

For more information about online course tools we provide a Help reference guide.

Q. How do I get my textbook and homework materials?

A. Please see your Orientation syllabus to find what materials are required. Online research courses provide free access to materials. If you requires extra reference materials like book, video etc it also provides in our courses.

Q. Who do I talk to about my assignments and grades?

A. Please send your enquiry questions from login account, some professional team replies you.

Q. Who created the course?

A. The Online Course was created by LBP family Research group with input from a distinguished advisory group consisting of professionals on the campus with expertise in the areas covered by the course.

Q. Can I submit my work whenever I am ready?

A. Yes: Online courses have monthly schedules and due dates for readings, postings, and tests. Instructor will let you know what to do each month or week and you will have to submit work on a regular, weekly basis, just like a class held on campus.

Q. Where do courses take place?

A. For the most part, courses take place wherever your computer is: at home, at work, on the road - anywhere you can connect to the Internet. To verify that a particular class is fully online.

Q. When does my class meet?

Online courses are usually conducted "asynchronously". This means that you do not have to be lectures at a set time of day. You can log into the system whenever it is convenient for you, at any time, day or night, to retrieve and/or send course assignments, tutorials.

Q. What Does the Online Classroom Look Like?

A. Our philosophy for user interface on-line courses: Use the new recent technology to best deliver the content within the most versatile method whereas keeping the technology clear to you.

We use one platform where you can log into your study room. There you can get assignments, tutorial, interact with professional, reply to message boards, and many more.

We approach the development of our online research courses very passionately, so that they mirror the exact same quality content as satisfied you would expect on campus.

There are many online research courses at LBP; each course can look different. However, our courses do share the following features:

  • fully online
  • academically equal to campus courses
  • dynamic and interactive
  • adult learner–centric

Q. I've never taken an online course before. How does it work?

  • Our online programs and courses are developed and offered completely through the Internet in an asynchronous format. This asynchronous format means students can access the course seven days a week, 24 hours a day, including holidays.
  • Some courses have online "lectures" (in text format) within the course site,extra information related to the specific course is also provided by us. Discussion and interactivity in the form of student-to-student and instructor-to-students are key components of all our online courses.

Q. What is the advantage to taking an online course?

  • Many of our students site convenience as the greatest advantage to taking an online course. Whether you are juggling career, family, and academic obligations, or just want to add an extra course to your current course schedule, an online course provides the flexibility to fulfill course requirements as your schedule permits.
  • Online learning also provides greater opportunities for students to interact with each other and the instructor through the course. The format and interactivity of our online courses reinforce our philosophy that learning is enhanced when participants are engaged in an active learning environment. There is a common misconception that online learning is similar to self-study or a correspondence course. Our online courses do not follow the self-study model, but are instead developed to engage the learner with the instructor, other students, and the content.

What’s the value of a certificate?

A. A certificate demonstrates to employers that you have acquired a certain body of knowledge in a field. The courses for each certificate give you the opportunity to gain a currently relevant background for a field or profession. And the educational quality of the higher education is widely recognized by employers. A certificate is a non-degree program designed to provide students with specialized knowledge that is less extensive than, and different from, a master's program of study in a particular field of knowledge and that course of study has met the standards of academic approval set by the Academic noncredit certificate program. These multiclass offerings are designed to allow you to expand your expertise in a specific subject. They are comprised of required courses that cover the fundamentals of your area of interest, as well as electives that focus on more granular topics of specialization. Course curriculum, is developed by professionals for professionals. Knowledge and skills gained can be immediately applied in the workplace.