The collaboration between the government and EdTech startups can have a significant impact on improving the quality of education in India.
CXO brings to light Suraasa's mission to improve the quality of education by investing in the growth and development of teachers.
The Union Government’s focus on upskilling and technology in the 2023 budget has the potential to provide a significant boost to educational platforms and teachers.
Teachers plus technology are playing a critical role in the future of education, and they will continue to shape the way we learn and grow.
Role of edtech startups in helping Indian teachers to educate and earn abroad
EdTech will continue to play a vital role in education, with a focus on personalised learning, adaptive technologies, and augmented reality.
Rishabh Khanna, founder and CEO of Suraasa, shares his views on the opportunities and challenges of the education system in India.
With skilled teachers promoting independent critical thinking, educational institutions can become catalysts for innovation and ensure that their learners are not just acquiring knowledge but are also ready to use it appropriately in the real world.
Edtech startups are rather building the modern-day guru-shishya models that are yet to find their balance in the constant renegotiation between tradition and modernity.
The person who is making the decision for the learning needs of the teachers is actually disconnected from what teachers actually want. Read more to understand how Suraasa is addressing this need in India and abroad.
As the education sector continues to advance, we will inevitably see the development of advanced technologies, platforms and learning methodologies aimed at optimising the efficiency and effectiveness of education.
These five trends are expected to transform the EdTech industry and enable learners to achieve their full potential through innovative learning approaches.