PM Modi’s Focus on Digital India Has Merged Technology and Education, Global Online Education Market Booms

PM Modi’s Focus on Digital India Has Merged Technology and Education, Global Online Education Market Booms

The Digital India campaign has definitely widened the horizon of learning process in India. Taking inspiration from the success of the several start up model across the nation, education has taken new dimensions and have moved far beyond experimentation. It has simultaneously opened its doors to a new path that is skill based learning. Educational system nowadays, involves students, parents, books as well as technology, peer groups, teachers and entire education into the learning ecosystem. The Global Online Education Market is growing rapidly; primarily due to the rising demand for…

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Online Education Market In India To Touch $1.96 Bn By 2021 – Decoding The Impact On EdTech Startups

Online Education Market In India To Touch $1.96 Bn By 2021 – Decoding The Impact On EdTech Startups

Online education in India will see approximately 8x growth in the next five years, says a recent report by Google, KPMG. This will have a significant impact on the edtech market that has a potential to touch $1.96 Bn by 2021 from where it stands now i.e. $247 Mn. Traditional education systems (such as classrooms, tuitions) are slowly losing their importance as both students and educators embrace what edtech startups offer – convenience, personalisation, and agility. Then, we have newer concepts such as MOOCs (massively open online courses) gaining popularity…

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Learning Management System Market is Expected to Reach $19.05 bn by 2022

Learning Management System Market is Expected to Reach $19.05 bn by 2022

Zion Market Research has published a new report titled “Learning Management System Market (Distance Learning, Instructor-Led Trainings, and Others) for Performance Management, Content Management, Communication & Collaboration and Others Applications: Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis and Forecast,2016-2022”. According to the report, global learning management system market was valued at around USD 5.19 billion in 2016 and is expected to reach approximately USD 19.05 billion in 2022, growing at a CAGR of slightly above 24% between 2017 and 2022. Learning management systems (LMS) is a software application used for planning, managing,…

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How is Pune’s property market influenced by its educational institutes

How is Pune’s property market influenced by its educational institutes

Jawaharlal Nehru called Pune as the Oxford of the east, owing to the many schools, colleges and management institutes that the city boasts of. Each year, Pune attracts thousands of students, from all over India and the world. A lesser-known fact is that Pune’s real estate market, is a direct beneficiary of its highly developed educational environment. People in Pune are willing to invest considerably in their children’s education and this includes a willingness to pay more, for a home that is located close to a good school or college….

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Distance Learning Market in India 2016-2020

Distance Learning Market in India 2016-2020

NEW YORK, Nov. 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — About Distance Learning Technology plays an important role in enabling the growth of the country’s economy and the education sector in particular. Higher education institutes are increasingly opting for online courses. Half of the population in India is estimated to be below 25 years of age. This population group adopts new technologies faster. The rapid growth in broadband penetration has led to an increase in the number of Internet users, and this is expected to expand further.     Technavio’s analysts forecast the…

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Economist on Revised Jobless Claims: Numbers Suggest ‘Not Much Slack Remains in the Labor Market’

Economist on Revised Jobless Claims: Numbers Suggest ‘Not Much Slack Remains in the Labor Market’

This week’s jobless claims were lower than expected, but that’s not the biggest economic news this week. That honor goes to the revised claims for the first week of March, reportsBusiness Insider. “Most of the changes were relatively modest, but the most notable aspect of the revisions is that claims for the week of March 5th (3 weeks ago) were revised down to 253,000 which is, as far as we can tell, the lowest weekly claims figure since November 24, 1973,” writes Thomas Simons, senior economist at Jefferies. Simons called…

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