Bhubaneswar: EduSkills, a Non-profit social enterprise is witnessing 70% growth in on-line learners in last 2-3 months. During the difficult times of Covid-19, some sectors are leaving no stone unturned in converting this disaster into opportunities. Ed-Tech is one such industry.
E-learning industry is booming in the country as students and professionals are getting experimental and extremely creative in upskilling themselves. Majority of India has become accustomed to the new normal, which indeed is the catalyst in this situation. Owing to its flexibility and feasibility, learners in future would prefer on-line learning from the safety and comfort of their homes.
EduSkills works with state governments, skill missions, professional bodies, Universities and Colleges across India and is currently impacting more than 1,00,000+ students, 2000+ Educators/Faculties from more than 800+ Higher education institutions through their world-class IT Skills content, curriculum, learning management systems offered by global brands like Cisco, Amazon Web Services, Red Hat, Microchip, Blue Prism to name a few.
Shubhajit Jagadev, Executive Director, EduSkills said, “Covid-19 has brought online education to the forefront. To take on the surge in demand in both students and professionals, we have partnered with most of the global players who offer global courses in some of the most niche skills in demand like Networking, Cloud, Automation, Linux, Python, etc. We look forward to doubling our strength as online learning sector is anyway on an upward trajectory and will continue to grow in future, even in post-covid era.”
EduSkills is a ISO-9001:2015 Certified organization having well-established networks of members institution and their vision is to fill the gap between Academia and Industry by ensuring world class curriculum access to the faculties and students. By comprehensive identification of skills gaps in the students and mapping them with latest and wolrd’s best technical skills, Eduskill’s aims to positively impact 1 million beneficiaries by 2024.