Among the negative impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the one which needs far more attention than it is receiving is the state of education in post-pandemic India. Read more:
Despite the far-reaching effects of education and training, teachers, who are the backbone of the educational system, have received little funding. Read more:
According to the conclusions of a large worldwide research on the use of technology to improve teaching outcomes, Indian teachers emerged as extremely optimistic about their jobs during the epidemic, having upskilled, demonstrated resilience, and expressed a strong desire to continue teaching.
The widespread use of smartphones in India has obscured the fact that wired and wireless broadband internet connectivity falls well short of what the country requires for distant learning. Read more:
Virtual reality and augmented reality are gradually altering the learning experience in the education field. India, on the other hand, is not far behind in gaining advantages from such new and modernised technologies. Read more:
India's ascent in the global digital arena has been defined by a bold vision, and the IT-BPM industry, which has established new digital ecosystems for a variety of businesses, has been a key driver. Read more: