The first paperless budget is the best example of how digitalization has taken up in this past year of pandemic. The last year has been a game changer where the online education has replaced the traditional classroom teaching. Along with mental and physical turmoil, it inflicted great amounts of personal as well as economic losses. So naturally almost every sector wished for major reforms and an overall boost from the Union Budget 2021.
Online Education Market 2021
In the light of this ongoing trend of virtual education various studies have been conducted and projections have been made that how this online education market in India will reach $1.96 billion by the year 2021.
Union Budget 2021 and the Education Sector
The education sector enjoyed the cherry on the cake with the NEW EDUCATION POLICY 2020. The finance minister (FM) said that NEP 2020 had received “good reception” before moving on to the major annoncements.
As an educator what I feel is this Budget 2021 the accessibility and affordability of education across the weaker economic strata of society has been a perennial challenge in our country, especially this year with the disparity increasing manifold due to lack of online education infrastructure both at school and student level.
In this time, Tapnleap is one such platform that has emerged with an out of the box concept. Objective at TAPnLEAP also explains the same that says “ We teach the way you learn” and also to provide, “Affordable”, “Convenient to Use” and “Accessible” Learning and Education Platform. TAPnLEAP teach with traditional Methodology of Learning and Education aided with the aid of Digital Technology.
Online Education and Personalised Learning
Online education also often provides a more personalized learning experience where students can learn at their own pace, from anywhere, as long as they have an internet connection. Tapnleap provides such personalised learning that is also a micro based learning platform.
Key Challenges to Online Education
Biggest challenge for learners is to figure out what skills are emerging, what they can do to compete best in the global market. We’re in a world that’s changing so quickly that skills that were valued just three or four years ago are no longer relevant. People are confused and don’t know what they should be learning.We all set targets and plans to achieve. Then we make efforts to execute these plans. However, there are times where some plans may get delayed, or targets may go unachieved and goals may seems difficult to reach!!
As an educational company TAPnLEAP has a rich learning culture which provides both online & offline services and resources not only for academics but any age group, having teachers for over 25 courses and across 170 subjects.
India is blessed with skilled and abundant human resource. More investments in polishing this wealth will give us great returns for a better tomorrow. It is the Nation’s responsibility to spend more on infrastructure of qualitative learning.