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Rapid Expansion from Preschool to Higher Education

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The current issue hinges on the pivot of preschool that is in a very nascent stage but the market forecast has its own appeal. We explore this territory to bring you closer to the realities of the industry that is surging swiftly at more than 36 percent per annum gain. Beyond the demand and supply scenario, there is whole world of creative playground that is open to connect, create and redefine the elementary model for the preschoolers.
Preschool Education in India is growing at a massive rate of 35% year on year, oppose to the Indian Economy growth rate of 7-8%. The market size of the industry is projected to be more than USD 1 billion by 2013.The major share of growth in this industry is being contributed by the upcoming franchisees and the other preschool chains. digitalLEARNING magazine has invited the premium preschool chain owners to be an integral part of our current issuepreschool special issue. While, our vision at digitalLEARNING, for this specific Issue is to be a one stop guide for the eduprenuers, who are looking for opening a preschool or planning to expanding their footprints in this space. I hope you like the coverage.
On the elevated pedestal, we discuss the apex regulatory authority for technical education (AICTE) that has been realigned by the Apex Court’s ruling to serve as an advisory body and not as a regulator. The judgment has created a lacuna which seems to be impacting most of the institutes. We take a look at the impending need to be regulated. After all, it concerns over 12,000 institutes across the country.
I feel more than happy to share that digitalLEANING November issue would be launched as at Higher Education Knowledge Exchange – Goa on 15- 17 November 2013. The two-day residential event would aim to discuss on subjects related to higher education sector through extensive panel and round table discussions. Vice chancellors from central, state, private and deemed universities, industry bodies, regulatory bodies and the government will partake in the discussions.

Dr Ravi Gupta
Editor-in-Chief
Ravi.Gupta@elets.in
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