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Here is why online courses increasing in India

By edmundbrown
10 October, 2017


India’s economy is increased in last 10-15 years and now India is the fastest growing economy. In these years India’s information technology sector is also increased. India is on 2nd position in the list of internet users. Online education has many benefits in compare of traditional education. There are many institutes which provide online courses in India.
 
In under distance learning program many universities and colleges are providing online courses in India. Distance learning or online education market in the country is estimated to be worth more than $3 billion. Not only students but also working professionals are joining distance learning courses. Benefits of distance learning over traditional education are follows:
 
Flexibility: Online courses give opportunity to students and working people to schedule their study time according to them. There is no time restriction with online courses. Students can schedule their classes according to them.
 
Skill development: There many distance learning programs which are helpful for student skill development. Students can study and work together. Students can improve their skills while doing a job.
 
Give plus point to resume: In these days companies giving preference to those students who show some extra skills in their resume. Student’s online certification shows student’s dedication and learning attitude.  Read more

 

 

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