Today, India's Online Education is aiming higher. Yes, It aims for growth to $40 Billion by three years i.e. 2017.
With a network of over 1 million schools and 18,000 higher educational institutions, India has one of the largest education systems in the world with a network of more than 1 million schools and 18,000 higher education institutions. Over half of the country's 1.2 billion population falls in the target market for education and related services.
Online education is the new revolution in the sector. It is easy when it comes to education for the working professionals and is more convenient compared to instructor-led classroom training. The broadband market is also growing consistently. This growth is directly proportional to the increase in connectivity, thereby enabling people to consider online education more seriously.
With access to computers increasing day by day, people from smaller towns such as Ranaghat, Sardar Sahar, Tonk and Talipramba that have populations from some thousands to a few lakh are looking for online tools to update themselves and get access to certificate courses and degrees.
The number of candidates in India going for the online option to up graduate their academic qualification is on the rise. At present, there are more online courses popping out every session. India is playing a major role in the growth of online learning opportunities that are popping up throughout Asia. Over the past few decades, India has developed numerous world-class universities and colleges which are fast becoming destinations for some of Asia's best and brightest, and their online programmes are experiencing a similar boom.