has been identified that competitive advantage, student retention, attraction for new students
and positive personal communication are directly related with the student satisfaction.
OBJECTIVES: To assess academic satisfaction among medical students and to analyze the use
of computer time by the students in academic satisfaction.
MATERIAL AND METHODS: Study design: This cross- sectional study was done in first medical
University of Pakistan Liaquat University of Medical & Health Sciences (LUMHS) Jamshoro, established
in year 2001.
Sampling Technique: Simple Random Sampling.
Sample Size: The sample size was 162 students of all semesters of MBBS.
Statistical analysis: Data was computed and analyzed by SPSS version 16. Frequency and percentage
RESULTS: Results show that out of total 162 medical students, male were 53 (32.71%) and 109
(67.29%) were female students. Total 142 (87.65 %) students were academically satisfied and 20
(12.35 %) were unsatisfied.
CONCLUSION: Our study concludes that academic satisfaction is high among students and use
of computer is positively related with high satisfaction.
Academic satisfaction, Students, University, Public Sector.