Today, India is struggling with two major challenges of unemployability and skill-gap, and lack of quality education and hands-on learning is not helping with the fact. To cope with the same, the students of India are turning to e-learning (through MOOCs, online trainings and courses). With rising awareness, students find online learning to be one of the best ways to explore their interests, pick up new skills, gain practical experience, and become career-ready.
Why online learning?
In addition to providing high quality education, online learning offers affordable and accessible learning to the students. How? E-learning brings quality learning material from subject matter experts and academicians to the comfort of their homes and provides the learners, a flexibility to learn anytime and anywhere. Additionally, online learning costs only a fraction of what students are expected to pay at offline coaching centres.
In order to help those students who wish to learn new skills and become job-ready, we have compiled the following e-learning trends, the data for which has been taken from Internshala Trainings.
Courtesy: Sarvesh Agrawal is the founder and CEO of Internshala, an internships and trainings platform.
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