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Sunday 13 December 2020



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With the coronavirus creating havoc globally closing down schools, colleges, universities, coaching institutes and other educational institutions, the education sector is under tremendous pressure. While the present situation has hit the world financially, experts believe that technology-based education organizations and Ed Tech firms see themselves as being relatively insulated from the economic blast caused by the worldwide pandemic. In fact, post the Coronavirus crisis, institutes might imagine beyond the normal notions of learning, using the facility of Internet and advanced tools and technologies in education. While this is often a serious opportunity for online education, it’s important to know its shortcomings, especially during a country like India.

For example, online users who have enrolled with Simplilearn for courses on cyber security, Cloud, DevOps, AI and data sciences have jumped 15% in March. Similarly, Catalyst Group, a web learning platform has witnessed 30-40% rise in admissions within the last two to 3 days and also the amount of scholars regularly attending the web classes have increased. As Akhand Swaroop Pandit, CEO & Founder, Catalyst Group, said, “In the wake of COVID-19 and evolving situation, as long as the schools and therefore the schools are pack up , more and more students are choosing online courses.” He added that daily watch minutes are almost doubled within the past two to 3 days as students are reception and attending regular classes.

Online education depends on several factors and robust connectivity is at the highest of that list. COVID-19 has led to a successful collaboration between telecom firms and streaming companies like Netflix and Youtube, in lowering the transmission bit rate from high definition to plain definition, which was done to take care of the network capacity. It made more bandwidth available for an outsized number of users. Going forward, learning app firms could work along side technology providers and telecom service providers to develop tools that make learning truly enjoyable. they might also explore providing students with real-time experience of managing chemicals and operating machines. All this is often only possible with optimum utilisation of network capacity.

“Post COVID-19, following the government’s 40-day lockdown, there has been a surge in online education by schools and colleges across the country. Such an exercise requires the supply of high bandwidth and therefore the telecom industry is fully prepared with 99.9 per cent network capacity. Telecom companies have taken appropriate measures to satisfy the surge in traffic thanks to online education and other online activities,” said Rajan S Mathews, Director General, Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI).

It is commonly accepted that the initial cost of an eLearning implementation is dear (once-off development cost), but that the value of coaching (per user) goes down exponentially as more learners use the eLearning course material.

The government has been touting online classes as a viable alternative, but unequal and patchy access to the web has meant the experience is vastly different counting on location and household income.

According to a National Sample Survey report, 90 lakh students studying within the country's government schools haven't any facility for online education. 24 percent of households are connected to the web through smartphones, and only 11 percent have a computer with an online connection, while things in rural India is worse.


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Other major universities within the country including Jawahar Lal Nehru University, Jamia Millia Islamia, Amity, Sharda, IP University, Lovely Professional University and Mumbai University are offering online classes across different subjects.

To ensure that learning never stops, teachers are preparing lessons using distance learning tools, and fogeys are learning new teaching techniques reception . 

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“This may be a unique situation in design education, and WUD was the primary to require the lead in order that studies aren't compromised and students don't fall back on their curriculum. The coronavirus outbreak has just hastened the method . We were the primary to modify to a web mode, which isn't only benefitting the scholars in India, but also overseas students,” saidDr Sanjay Gupta, Vice-Chancellor, World University of Design

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