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Beas Dev Ralhan
Co-Founder & CEO - Next Education India Pvt. Ltd.
Although the NEP 2020 aims to bring a holistic change in the education system of India, there are substantial challenges, both quantitative and qualitative, in implementing the reforms
Considering the current situation, edtech companies have come up with various online solutions to ensure that academic operations are carried out without any impediments.
As the requirements of school administration are changing gradually, ERP solution providers are trying to come up with unique school management features
E-learning has done away with useless frames and given students the ability to learn anywhere, anytime
AI can make the learning experience engaging for learners by making them aware of their learning habits, encouraging meta-learning, and thus facilitating their holistic development
It is essential that students of today are IT fluent and able to exercise their creativity and critical-thinking skills
Many government initiatives, like e-basta, have already introduced digital tools to the classroom
Naysayers need to realize that the global approaches will definitely be localized to fit in Indian classrooms
In continuation to the present trend, learning is going to be all the more interactive and engaging
Bite-sized learning is an approach where students learn the concepts steadily and gradually through short modules, instead of being presented with the entire palate of learning at one go.
In-built applications like spreadsheet, word processor and slideshow presentations allow creation of test papers and course materials.
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