The pandemic not only changed the traditional methods of teaching, it also spurred education technology revolution up to its competition quickly.
Remote education & teaching is fast becoming more prevalent due to Covid-19. Find out how the future of education might change forever.
A visionary’s labour of love, the story of the Ramagya Group is inextricable from that of its founder, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, who continues to light the way through his praiseworthy endeavours in the areas of education and social service.
Director of the philanthropic People’s Group in Bhopal, Megha Vijaywargia is leading a quiet but relentless revolution, eliminating seemingly insurmountable health and education inequities in the heart of India.
The Vels Institute of Science, Technology & Advanced Studies (VISTAS), also known as Vels University, is one of the most respected names in higher education, ranking among the top private educational institutions in India.
Earlier this week Vedantu, the new generation ed-tech startup focused on providing a medium between teachers and students for live tuition raised $100 M in Series D funding led by Coatue.
While many educational firms are struggling to find their feet in the world pandemic situation – with offline spaces shut and a comprehensive online solution far from ready – the dependency on third-party solutions for live classes has increased tremendously.
With the rise of online education in recent times, the COVID-19 pandemic may possibly revamp the education system across the globe.
Byju’s app and how it disrupted India’s education sector is a case study at Harvard Business School but it is not all positive for its users.
For years there’s been a debate about the state of India’s education system…Now… On National Education Day let’s throw light onto India’s best education reforms implemented by AAP that can potentially change the education syatem of India forever. With nearly…