NEAT, along with other similar government initiatives for use of technology in education and online learning, will have positive and far-reaching implications in the coming years. | Image: Pixabay.

The Impact GOI’s NEAT Scheme to Have on India’s E-Learning Market

National Educational Alliance for Technology (NEAT) Scheme, a first of its kind public-private partnership for improving learning outcomes in higher education with the help of latest technologies, is bound to spur the growth of e-learning market in the country.

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Despite reluctance on part of conventional education system to readily accept online learning as a viable mode of imparting education, online learning industry is making substantial (if not great) strides in mobilizing learners in its favor.

India’s E-Learning Market Outlook Showing Healthy Maneuvers

Favourable demographics, sizeable student population, and voluminous demand for education are strong drivers for e-learning industry’s vigorous growth. The industry’s growth outlook is extremely positive despite prevailing education structure being tardy in its responses to the latest medium.

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We provide you a brief about 10 such Indian Edtech companies who are creating an impact and becoming flag bearers of e-learning industry in India, creating a ground for the future.

Top 10 Indian EdTech Companies Making Long-Term Impact

The current e-learning market size in India pegged at around USD 247 million is just the tip of the iceberg to become visible shortly once the front-line EdTech companies get past initial market turbulence and organize the industry. Courseware World brings you a list of top 10 e-learning companies fighting to carve a niche and create a new market.

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GirnarSoft Education and Man Capital, a London-based private equity investor led the two rounds of financing and have raised USD 13 million so far in two rounds.

CollegeDekho Raises Capital of USD 8 Million to Further Expand Services

In yet another round, the Indian edtech company CollegeDekho amasses USD 8 million and plans to utilize the fund to expand presence in more schools and connect students with global institutions.

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Dr MCR HRD Institute enrolled over 20, 000 field staff in different districts of the State to impart training on 12 soft skills modules and three domain-specific modules.

Telangana, a Pioneer Among States in Adopting E-Learning Model

The state has ranked number one in e-learning training practices by reaching to 20,000 field staff during 2018-19. This is the second year in succession that the State got the

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