CORONA Times has prompted number of universities and teaching institutions to turn to online channels to disperse knowledge and evaluate the learners as well, when everything enters into quarantine. Online teaching is a supportive mechanism to let the teacher and the taught remain in touch in virtual cyber environment while remaining comfortably at their spaces and has already been practiced along with traditional mode of teaching. Google, YouTube, Zoom, Google Classroom, WhatsApp, even Facebook provide opportunities to establish a connection between the learner and the instructor. It’s an advanced shape of distance education practiced all around the world. Pakistanis are already well-versed with this teaching mode because of their experiences with Allam Iqbal Open University and Virtual University of Pakistan. The turn of events has forced us to instill education through these online interactive sources which were so far being used by us very frequently but only for entertainment and sharing of photos, videos purposes or to create sensational environment to promote opinion in the general public in favor of the power users. The only difference, now, is that the same interactions are to be done for educational purpose and here lie the very issues. Large number of our teachers are unable to accept this because they have never trained themselves into such modes of learning and are unable to handle any of the electronic devices to use these sources what to talk of developing materials and giving lectures and evaluating the feedback of the students. Same is the case with the learners who just love to attend classes lazily while putting all the responsibility of making them learn only on the traditional teacher through his notes and then vomiting out what they could remember in the examinations. On a larger level as well, we have not been ready to evolve and so have been following Aristotelian modes of learning and teaching without any evolution even in 21st century. Having said that, it has become necessary, rather we are forced to follow the LMS, CMS, or any other online mode of teaching learning. It has already been practiced by many universities and schools in Pakistan, like, many universities under the banner of HEC practiced online teaching as a part of their weekend or Distance learning programs and are doing even now. The only need is to improve on these systems and man them with highly skilled experts and as a second phase the teacher may be provided trainings for this. Even online teaching has been practiced through Mobile phones as it happened in far flung areas of India just a few years ago. I am not saying that the campuses of the universities may be closed, and only online teaching may be continued. My stance is that at least 30 percent of the educational process may be shifted to non-traditional modes of teaching. And as the nation gradually adopts information technology for change, 50 percent of the education may be processed online. In fact, this can reduce a lot burden on the universities regarding the space and time issues along with the security issues. It can also reduce the number of vehicles used to commute to and from the university and can reduce many risks on the roads and at home. This would help further in giving a modern outlook to the universities and the society at large and we would be able to produce a tech savvy nation instead of the tech consumer nation only. These days it has become even more feasible because almost everyone is equipped with a smart phone and the fast internet speed almost in the developed part of Pakistan. This mode of hybrid teaching will make us connect with the sources and source persons in the other parts of the world without moving even an inch from our comfort zones. The major objection can be raised that students instead of reading books will copy the online sources and hence get nothing as a part of learning or knowledge. This objection is not that valid because even for traditional examinations students are using the similar unwanted practices. Yes, the tests and items of the question paper can be designed in a way that the student has to consult, read and quote the online sources in order to prepare answers to the questions given by the teacher. The second objection can be about the non-availability of laptops or the cell phone or the data connections. This also may not sound a that valid objection because I have seen people in the remote villages using Facebook and listening songs on YouTube. If the simple villagers can access the online sources, the students can also be facilitated in the connection. So, the teaching we have been forced to conduct under CORONA pandemic Lockdowns, may also be continued in the post CORONA rehabilitation times. All parts of the society, like NADRA, POLICE, FBR, etc. are gradually becoming more efficient and transparent since computerization of their working and putting their data online, why the education system of the country should not reap the positive benefits from the cheaply available sources and interactives available online.