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The quality of online teaching learning in higher educational institutions during the pandemic period has been a growing concern in academic circles. The present study investigated teachers’ perceptions regarding quality of online education in a public sector university in Lahore. A sample of twenty-two teachers from a public sector university participated in this study, who were selected conveniently. Utilizing the qualitative method, in depth interviews were conducted from the participants of the study. Five themes emerged from the thematic analysis of the data, reflecting upon devices & technologies usages in online teaching, educational practices during online teaching, assessment of quality of online teaching, online classroom management and evaluation of online teaching. The findings indicated that teachers had a mixed response regarding the overall quality of online education in the university where some aspects were considered beneficial, while improvements were required in others. It is recommended that proper trainings should be given to teachers to make online teaching more effective and conduct more studies for better assessment of quality of education at university level.
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