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As the rapid increase in technology has proved the advancement of mobile governance and giving easy access to students on their on-hand technologies, it improvises the quality of their education as well. Ten Asian countries i.e., China, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Iran, Turkey, Vietnam, Philippines, and Japan have been selected for the study. The data has been collected over a period of 27 years, which has been very much adequate to use the A.R.D. L technique. ADF unit root tests as well as cointegration tests are run to analyze the long-run relation. The quality has paved its path on the betterment of education. It implies there is a long-run relation of quality of education (QE), electronic governance (EG), mobile governance (MG), and distance education (DE) keeping the population growth (PG) and literacy rate (LR) in control for these countries as there has been modernization over these years.
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Asia, education, electronic governance, mobile governance, distance education
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