The future of Online education in India
In the remote northern Indian state of Jharkhand, Bharti has enrolled for an online MBA course conducted by the Don Bosco Labor Relations Institute. She works as a software professional. In a survey made by the Ministry of education, of the Govt. of India on the effects of online education. Students who took up courses in a traditional classroom setting fared badly as compared to those who signed up for online classes or registered themselves for a distance education course. On the contrary, students who received a combination of online and face-to-face instruction performed the best. in India The online education market today generates about $500 million in revenue, and industry experts expect it to touch $1 billion by the end of the decade. The static mode of education underwent a dramatic change to dynamic in its mannerism of exchanging information and communication with one another.
This sudden change took place in the year 1991 with the launch of the World Wide Web. The history of online education began with this new form of virtual communication that suddenly reduced the distances across the globe. With the advent of the Internet in the 1980s, a number of corporates used computer-based programs to train their new employees remotely and chat with them online. In this manner, the Internet actually helped companies cut costs because they didn't have to hire trainers because most employees were trained online. Corporate offices with branches across the world sent their staff on business visits or onsite projects with a quick online language training program fitted into their tight schedule. The distance learning organization CAL Campus introduced the first entirely online curriculum by integrating the World Wide Web in 1994.
The online material used was almost entirely text and the graphics if at all were small and poor quality and while homework assignments could be posted online, most students were still required to print off their assignments and mail them in to the professor. With computer technology growing in leaps and bounds, a number of computer mushroomed throughout India. Through the webcams, lessons can now be uploaded with high quality graphics. Virtual classrooms or smart classrooms where each classroom is networked have now become the next best thing in education in comparison to the traditional classrooms. Today, Indian school children use a laptop to browse a new self assessment while rural children in Hyderabad have been donated cheap notepads, to make IT education a successful ground reality. Most online courses include a variety of Video chat, instant messaging, forums, email, bulletin boards, and blogs. The need for
Student interaction may require students to teleconference via Skype or other video chat software. Often there will be a specific online forum especially for groups, where they can collaborate and share ideas together. Many Institutes grade you on the number of forum posts, comments, or blog posts students make, and use this to determine the participation level. During Exams online, the tests are timed through the computer. Most online schools use automated plagiarism-scanning software. Violating the ethical standard of your program can result in failing a class.
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