Education has and will always remain the most vital necessity in a world governed by capitalist values. Whether it’s basic, intermediate or higher forms of education, the very importance of it with regards to survivability in a corporate society stands widely recognized and accepted. However increasing population and the subsequent demand to provide education for all has hit a rough patch due to practical reasons. It’s impossible to construct thousands of schools and colleges and equip them with supporting infrastructure to cater to the ever increasing population. Under such circumstances the challenge for most developing countries remains in providing education for all. This is where distance education comes in and is the only viable medium available for study today.