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Pandemic outbreaks in student and teaching society have changed seriously. Now, with the influence of COVID19 infection fear, students have dramatically changed their orientational approach. Purposefully, University students aimed at connecting the virtual community for learning, interact, exchange information, and share knowledge. Numerous researched has examined the significant effects of the virtual community, although the present study aims to investigate the collective's e-satisfaction with the student e-learning environment at the university level as regards virtual community interaction, technology fitness, and compatibility. The study attempts to investigate the useful component for strengthening digital learning e-satisfaction by SEM modelling. This study focused on students from universities who take part in UG, PG and PhD programs from various parts of Indian higher education institution or universities. A total 384 number of responses were collected from the above academic intuitions. The study disclosed the importance of virtual community interaction, compatibility, and technology fit to measure e-satisfaction.