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The role of the teaching workforce is sometimes undervalued, although they are responsible for shaping the future of students. Those teachers who have just completed their graduation are a novice and, thus, are regarded as incapable of producing students with adequate skills and knowledge. Therefore, the teaching method has a direct influence on the learning process of students. However, the incorporation of e-learning methods has proved to help improve the academic potential of students when they are equipped with digital ways of learning. Keeping in view these perspectives, this study aims at choosing the University of Qatar as a case study to explore the role of teaching in finishing graduate programs and, thereby, producing a talented pool of students. For this, the study opts for qualitative and quantitative analysis with the help of research participants entailing female students, teachers, and administration. By selecting a mixed method for the study, a survey questionnaire as a research instrument is chosen, which depicts positive and negative responses regarding teaching performance and its influence on students’ learning process. Finally, a blueprint of suggestive recommendations to evaluate the method of conducting classes and evaluating preparatory programs is also incorporated.