The Covid-19 epidemic has accelerated digitization in almost all businesses and all socio-economic sectors of India’s major consumer sectors. E-learning is the beneficiary of this epidemic. It has to be said that the digitization of education, which would have taken 3-4 years, took place in 3-4 months with the epidemic.
The Union Budget has laid a significant focus on healthcare which would strengthen the foundation of a healthy nation. With an increase of 137% from last year, the allocation of INR 2.23 lac crores for the primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare along with the steps to set up health and wellness centres across the country will immensely help especially…
The pandemic-led lockdowns have shown the relevance and efficacy of online learning as a supplement to traditional forms of learning. Unfortunately, many could not benefit due to the digital divide. The budget is a good opportunity to narrow this divide by introducing schemes…
The previous year has not only changed education as we know it, but it has also persuaded all the educational stakeholders to find better digital learning solutions. Budget 2021 has immensely focused on the effective implementation of the National Education Policy and reinforce the skill development process of global education standards.
Union Budget 2021 has been tabled in parliament on 1st February 2021, presented by Finance Minister Ms Nirmala Sitharaman. The Union Budget 2021 made an allocation of Rs. 93,224.21 crores towards the education ministry in its budget estimate giving emphasis on NEP, higher education, research and skill development. Here goes a few eminent leaders’ reactions;
Hyderabad: With the Union Budget just around the corner, Hyderabad-based startups are expecting a slew of measures from the Centre to offset Covid-induced losses and help them tread on the growth path.
Covid-19 has dealt an irreparable blow to the startup system in the country. Although they are currently recovering from that impact. Many companies are seeking the help of investors and government. In addition to the first phase budding, large companies are also eagerly awaiting what the government will say in the budget for them.
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