Indian education has historically been a global benchmark. Aryabhatt, Swami Vivekananda and the likes are among the pioneering thought leaders whose education found roots in the mediaeval India's education ecosystem.
Come 2025, India will have 119 million young people, making India home to the largest student population in the world. Our educational institutes face critical challenges in meeting the steep demand for vocational and academic courses cross the country.
Education has also never been more expensive. Education institutes of all types and scale, will find it difficult to sustainably provide quality education at an affordable price, due to deeply ingrained conventional cost heads.
Lack of value-based education impedes character-building of students, that impacts an individual's holistic development, as well as resulting in a regressive society.
To make education in India accessible, affordable, and of global quality, e a fundamental Paradigm shift is needed in how we approach education.
The future is being created now! Tomorrow's academic, professional and development needs of a student will be radically different from what we can imagine today. There are some clear trends, which are likely to influence what the future of today's students will look like.