E-learning or electronic learning is a medium of learning of part time or full courses in various fields by means of Internet. With the advancement of the time, innovation has been enhanced quickly. Presently current individuals can’t live a day without cell phones, PCs, tablets and so forth. Indeed, even these devices have gone into the classrooms. Classrooms have been placed in the smartphones or tablets in the forms of e-learning. E-learning & Digital India-HT

E-learning is too immense to be in any way depicted in a couple words. It has different advantages, for example:

  • Cost effective: Online education saves lots of time. Courses increase workplace productivity. Besides, these courses also save the costs of travel costs, printed materials etc.
  • 24/7 learning: No time barrier in the case of e-learning. You can complete the course anywhere and at any time.
  • Flexibility: Using elearning, people can free to learn at their own convenience, and at a pace that is right for them.
  • Ease of access: Study resources can be accessed from anywhere in the world. All resources are readily available at any time.

E-learning and Digital India

Digital India is an activity, taken by the Indian Government in the year 2015. This activity is intended to guarantee the accessibility of online government services to Indian subjects. It goes for transforming the public administration framework through Information technology. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi clarifying the aim of this activity, “We need to have one mission and one target: Take the country forward-Digitally and Economically”.In the mean time, numerous private educational organizations have started digital classrooms and presented e-learning as a piece of their instructive educational programs. As a result of these endeavors, India has turned into the greatest business sector for e-learning, next just to the US.

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