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J Liaquat Uni Med Health Sci. 2014; 13(3): 130-133

Academic Satisfaction and Role of Computer for Medical Students in Public Sector Medical University in Sindh

Muhammad Najeeb Memon, Aneela Atta Ur Rahman, Shabir Larik, Hussain Bux Kolachi, Wali Muhammad Nizamani, Shabir Abro.

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
were used.
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.

Key words: Academic satisfaction, Students, University, Public Sector.

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