Most students of University of Tourism Technology and Business Studies are struggling with accessing class teachers’ study material and self-assessment from e-learning platforms without the Internet. The researchers used qualitative methods using an observation and an interview. The researchers used qualitative methods by conducting an interview with the students of UTB. An observation was also used to get firsthand information on the access of learning material from e-learning platforms. A prototype was designed and distributed between students of a data mining course in order to get their feedback. There were 388 BIT Students Population. To conduct research, Slovin’s formula was applied where learning application was developed on Android Platform using Java programming language and distributed among students for feedback. Students were interviewed whoever had an experience of distributed prototypes. Interview response was analyzed by using Microsoft excel. The finding was that mobile-based learning could be one of the best modules of blended learning technique. The researchers recommend the university of technology and business studies to integrate it with their e-learning platform. This mobile learning application intends to supplement the current traditional classroom and e-learning systems. It makes learners at any time at any place they want to get the knowledge without having the Internet in their android mobile device. Future researchers may link between mobile based learning applications and other aspects of e-learning platforms.



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