DUBLIN, February 15, 2022 / PRNewswire / – “The online education market in India The report for 2021 has been added ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.
As a result of the pandemic, more than 500 million students have been affected by the periodic closure of schools and universities.
Technological innovations have disrupted the traditional education system. Online learning platforms have grown rapidly in the educational segments – primary, secondary, higher education, test preparation and casual learning. The online education market is very fragmented. There are several niche players working in different segments, and gradually gaining startup positions with innovative offerings.
Over the past decade, technological advances have improved online education. These include the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in the classroom and the use of cloud platforms, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). In 2020, the online education market was estimated at 91.41 billion rupees. It is expected to reach 325.48 billion Indian rupees by 2026, increasing at a mixed annual growth rate (CAGR) of ~ 17.19% between 2021-2026.
Impact of COVID-19:
Physical education classes were suspended more than a year after the COVID-19 attack. Schools, colleges and educational institutions have switched to online classes due to the introduction of nationwide closure and fear of COVID-19. Universities and colleges are moving to a blended learning model, providing both full-time and online education.
Modern methods of setting and evaluating learning objectives are integrated into the education system, creating space for significant educational research and changes in epistemology.
The government has played a key role in ensuring the successful functioning of online classes. Some of the main initiatives taken by the government are the National Digital Education Architecture (NDEAR), the PM eVIDYA program, the National Initiative for School Leaders and Holistic Teacher Training (NISHTHA) and the ShaGun portal.
Persons influencing the market:
Over the years, the availability of low-cost smartphones has led to an increase in demand for online services. This has boosted the demand for online content, including educational materials, both in rural and urban areas. There is a growing demand for relevant industry training courses. People view online learning as an inexpensive substitute for traditional learning.
The main factors restraining market growth:
Indians are familiar and well acquainted with the usual mode of face-to-face training, which hinders the adoption of online learning. Online channels are out of the question when it comes to replicating certain aspects of offline channels, such as peer interaction, group learning, feedback, and soft skills development. There is a lack of official recognition across the country, as well as insufficient digital infrastructure.
Edukart Education Private Limited
Individual Training Private Limited
Sorting Hat Technologies Private Limited
Think and Learn Private Limited
UpGrad Education Private Limited
Vedantu Innovations Private Limited
Simplilearn Solutions Private Limited
Udemy India LLP
The main topics covered:
Section 1: Summary
Section 2: Socio-economic indicators
Section 3: Introduction
3.1. Definition and structure of the market
3.2. The online education ecosystem
3.2.1. Online education is a business model
3.2.2. Income model
Chapter 4: The online education market India – Review
4.1. The online education market India – Review
4.1.1. Market size and growth forecast (2019 – 2026 E)
Section 5: Segmentation of India’s Online Education Market
5.1. India’s Online Education Market Segmentation
5.1.1. India’s category-based online education market share
5.1.2. Primary and secondary further education on the Internet – Market size and growth forecast (2019 – 2026 E)
5.1.3 Preparing for online testing – Market size and growth forecast (2019 – 2026 E)
5.1.4. Advanced Training and Certification Online – Market Size and Growth Forecast (2019 – 2026 E)
5.1.5. Higher Education Online – Market Size and Growth Forecast (2019 – 2026 E)
5.1.6. Online Language and Random Learning – Market Size and Growth Forecast (2019 – 2026 E)
Section 6: Covid-19 Impact Analysis
6.1. Influence of Covid-19
Chapter 7: Landscape Technology
7.1. Market trends
7.2. Landscape Technology
Section 8: Government Initiatives
8.1. National Digital Educational Architecture (Ndear)
8.2. Program pm Evidya
8.4. Portal “Shagun”.
Section 9: Market Employees
9.1. Market drivers
9.2. Market challenges
Chapter 10: Competitive Landscape
10.1. Niit Limited
10.2. Edukart Education Private Limited
10.3. Individual Training Private Limited
10.4. Sorting Hat Technologies Private Limited
10.5. Think and Learn Private Limited
10.6. Upgrad Education Private Limited
10.7. Vedantu Innovations Private Limited
10.8. Coursera Inc.
10.9. Simplilearn Solutions Private Limited
10.10. Company Udemy India Llp
Section 11: Investment Scenario
11.1 Investment Scenario
Chapter 12: Benchmarking Websites
12.1 Benchmarking Websites
Chapter 13: Recent Developments
13.1. Recent events
Section 14: Appendix
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