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When Bansal sir goes the Byju’s way to steer past the pandemic. Up next: hybrid teaching model

Online classes for courses, including review tests, assignments and doubt-solving sessions are being conducted. Challenges like poor connectivity and lack of physical interaction do exist. However, pre-recorded lectures are helping students prepare better. Going forward, institutes feel that a hybrid model, comprising online and offline teaching, would help enhance the learning experience.

Ed-tech

When Bansal sir goes the Byju’s way to steer past the pandemic. Up next: hybrid teaching model

Online classes for courses, including review tests, assignments and doubt-solving sessions are being conducted. Challenges like poor connectivity and lack of physical interaction do exist. However, pre-recorded lectures are helping students prepare better. Going forward, institutes feel that a hybrid model, comprising online and offline teaching, would help enhance the learning experience.

Ed-tech

Ed-tech startup Eruditus’s valuation soars as investors bet big on executive education in India

Continued education, as executive education is called, has caught the eye of VCs globally. In India, it’s fast emerging as a focus area for investors for two reasons. The pandemic is forcing businesses to upskill. And the New Education Policy will throw up opportunities for collaborations between ed-tech startups and global institutions. Valuations may just soar.

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Scripting a secure future: ed-tech startups parse new models as coding battleground shifts to K12

The skill gap in India is alarming. While graduates comprise 12% of the working-age population in the country, their unemployment rate is double the average rate. In the next three years, more than 20 million graduates will join the workforce. A clutch of ed-tech companies are trying to bridge this gap. Can an early introduction to coding be the solution?

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