Indian Education Sector Awaits New Dawn — Industrial Revolution 4.0

Dr Ravi Gupta
Dr Ravi Gupta, Editor-in-Chief, digitalLEARNING magazine and Founder Publisher and CEO, Elets Technomedia Pvt Ltd

In this era of information and innovations, meaning of learning and acquiring knowledge is fast changing across the world. It is further set to witness a major change with the occurrence of Industrial Revolution 4.0 as well. The Indian education sector will not be an exception to this new phenomenon.

It is most likely that the meaning of being educated, skilled or knowledgeable may have a different definition than what it is at present. Traditional way of looking at intelligence and information and being efficient may have a different meaning altogether soon.

In this wake, there is a need to understand and discuss what lies ahead for the Indian education sector. What should be the approach of our temples of learning and other forums where education is already being offered in innovative ways? Our Cover Story ‘Is Indian Education Sector Ready for Industrial Revolution 4.0?‘ explores the likely impact of modern technologies on the Indian education sector.

Our latest issue carries ‘Top B-School Ranking 2018’. It observes various business schools of the country based on various parameters and throws light on various key elements of them. It also indicates at the need to keep a track of the huge proliferation of B-Schools for whom quality might not be a concern.

As part of our endeavour to confluence the finest minds under one roof, digitalLEARNING organises top- class education summits not just in India but also in different parts of the world. The 13th World Education Summit Mumbai is the biggest occasion of all of them. It aims to bring educationists, edu-preneurs along with policymakers on a common platform to share visions, strategies, and practices on a grand scale linked to preschools, schools and higher education.

Our latest issue also carries a Feature ‘Is MBA Still A Sought After Course?’ It underlines how despite a global job crunch, so many youths from varying educational backgrounds still opt for MBA or other business courses. Considering the changing dynamics of industry, it explores if MBA is still a sought after course?

We have also carried a special report of 8th School Leadership Summit Indore. The educational extravaganza proved to be a facilitator of knowledge-exchange among policymakers, edu-leaders, regulators, and industry leaders linked to school education ecosystem.

Then there is a Special Report of our recently held the 2nd Higher Education & Human Resource Conclave Jaipur, Rajasthan. It was held to promote an environment of innovations, employability and entrepreneurship across the country.

Bringing an array of interviews, features and articles, it is hoped this latest issue of the magazine issue would evoke an invaluable feedback from our esteemed readers.

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