It’s quite commendable that our finance minister has given special impetus to the pandemic-affected education sector in the much-awaited presentation of the union budget 2022. Continued closures of schools and colleges for almost two years have had a large impact on the learning outcomes. However, the budget has been quite beneficial for the youth of our nation.
It has once again highlighted the need of skilling programs and for the same a new portal DESH e-portal will be launched for skilling, upskilling and reskilling of our youth. In order to provide quality and continuous education to the youth, the announcement of the digital university has given fresh hopes to the students to get world class quality universal education that will also give them the benefit of personalised learning.
The announcement of setting up virtual labs in science and mathematics will enhance the experiential learning in students, thereby making them more industry-ready. For the same, the budget stressed on the need of quality e content and teachers to be trained so that better e teaching and learning outcomes can be achieved