New Normal. How often do we hear this term ‘new normal’ these days! We are experiencing newness in every aspect of our lives. We hardly see a bustling road, an overcrowded bus and people hurrying to the office to avoid that dreaded late punch in. The malls have been replaced by e-commerce sites, the offices by the study and the blackboards by monitors.
But one thing has not stopped, that is people seeking knowledge. The forms have changed but the thirst for growth and learning something new every day has not changed. The traditional teaching has been replaced by virtual teaching.
According to Syngene Research, 2019 even before the pandemic, the global e-Learning market was already seeing a massive annual global growth. It is expected to reach $336.98 billion by 2026, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.1% from 2018 to 2026. Thus, after the pandemic when people are left with no choice but to opt for e-Learning, it is expected to be a booming sector.
In the light of all the facts, one might wonder what’s in it for me? This question is valid, and here is the answer – easy learning, no age limit, self-paced learning, financially viable option and cuts down your transport, accommodation by almost 100%
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