Teaching and student engagement become more efficient as a result of digital education. Teachers report higher efficiency as a result of better resource access, more effective lesson planning, and better classroom management after learning to use technology in education. Using digital tools in education has a number of side effects, ranging from increased student attention to improved parent-teacher involvement.
India's rise to the top of the digital world
A bold vision, persistent capability building, purposeful co-creation between government, industry, and academia, relentless pursuit of future-relevant client-centricity, and precise strategy implementation have all contributed to India's growth in the global digital arena. The Indian IT-BPM business has expedited the transformation journeys of practically all industries, including financial services, healthcare, agriculture, retail, logistics, and more, as its primary engine. Real-time vehicle tracking, for example, has allowed logistics companies to cut fleet turnaround time by 50 percent to 70 percent, while digitised supply chains have cut costs by 50 percent to 70 percent.
The government has played a significant role in this shift by promoting ‘Digital India' as a flagship program. It has offered significant support by investing heavily in next-generation technologies and infrastructure, such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, quantum technology, 5G, the internet protocol communications system, and collaboration platforms. They've also been influential in developing game-changing regulations like the new rules for Other Service Providers (OSP) and the 3D printing strategy to encourage additive manufacturing.
With Resilience (R), Insightful Intelligence (I), Scale (S), and Entrepreneurship (E), RISE is the anthem of India's continued digital ascension (E). The Indian IT-BPM industry's unwavering commitment to keeping global corporations afloat amid the Covid-19 crisis was based on its assured competency and keen foresight in partnering businesses to develop faster in the future than they had previously.
This industry is now more than capable of:
1. Personalize the consumer experience to a high degree, which necessitates sophisticated analytics and technology.
2. Create creative methods and solutions to fulfil the growing need for worldwide contactless transactions, which are expected to reach $6 trillion in annual value by 2024.
3. Develop cutting-edge cybersecurity solutions based on analytics and hyper-automation to combat the threat of insurance cyberattacks (by 2025, the global cyber insurance industry is anticipated to reach $20.4 billion).
4. Develop a diverse set of digital platforms, omni-channel solutions, and regionalized warehouse models for the global B2B e-Commerce sector, which is expected to reach $21 trillion by 2027.
A talent strategy that prioritises people
India's IT-BPM business has unrivalled human resources, establishing it as the world's "Digital Talent Nation." It has the distinction of being the largest private sector employer, with over 4.47 million employees, close to 1.17 million of whom are digitally competent.
A solid hybrid work paradigm is already in place, backed up by solid infrastructure, information security safeguards, and safety regulations. To promote staff productivity and well-being, innovative and inclusive employee involvement beyond remuneration and benefits has been implemented. Talent acquisition from Tier-2 and Tier-3 regions has been boosted thanks to flexible hiring techniques, the onboarding of a growing number of gig workers, and investments in workplace technologies. Skilling and training that is outcome-oriented has become an integral part of talent development.