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Need of Technology in Indian Education system


In last decade, India has registered increased number of school enrolments, but struggling to deliver quality learning. One of the major challenges for Indian economy in coming decades will be make use of demographic dividend – A large number of populations of working age. It can be earned with a well educated workforce that in turn requires a strong technically sound education system. Over years, technology has touched every aspect of human life and plays an important part in education system. Technology is often seen as a solution to improve learning and teaching, however, how shall this work in Indian education system is the question? Can technology be successfully used in schools? Will technology used at schools actually enhance efficiency and learning? The importance of technology has reached to a level that it is getting imperative for schools to introduce the tech at their institutions. And to support make in India mission and a tech-savvy nation, many government and non-government organizations are taking vital initiatives. This article reveals that how Expodian Educational and welfare trust, a nongovernmental organization is supporting schools by encouraging and providing free technical platform to empower them.


Current Scenario


In a recent survey, it was found that there is a large deficit in basic technical learning at school level. As India excels towards target of elementary education for all, its information and communication technology remains severely challenged by low availability of technology at various states. There is a need of massive expansion, but the principal challenge with the massive expansion of technology in India is maintaining the quality. Even the big schools in the country have failed to manage the usage of technology. We have to work on and need to establish the technical set ups for day to day working of schools. Population is not a challenge for us; it is an opportunity. Even though we have about 3.5 lakh engineering graduates every year in our country, we are unable to optimize on this existing talent pool that we have. Currently the impact that technology has in education sector is quite significant as it has a power to transform when people learn technology. Technology became more predominant by improved learning and increased engagement of students via virtual programs. Technology is being perceived as an investment for productive and efficient learning as there is a need of technology in classrooms. But at the same time, technology in Indian Education system is a debatable phenomenon. Few schools are adopting the technology advancement, yet there are some schools that strongly believe in traditional practices than going with the time.


Current Scenario


In a recent survey, it was found that there is a large deficit in basic technical learning at school level. As India excels towards target of elementary education for all, its information and communication technology remains severely challenged by low availability of technology at various states. There is a need of massive expansion, but the principal challenge with the massive expansion of technology in India is maintaining the quality. Even the big schools in the country have failed to manage the usage of technology. We have to work on and need to establish the technical set ups for day to day working of schools. Population is not a challenge for us; it is an opportunity. Even though we have about 3.5 lakh engineering graduates every year in our country, we are unable to optimize on this existing talent pool that we have. Currently the impact that technology has in education sector is quite significant as it has a power to transform when people learn technology. Technology became more predominant by improved learning and increased engagement of students via virtual programs. Technology is being perceived as an investment for productive and efficient learning as there is a need of technology in classrooms. But at the same time, technology in Indian Education system is a debatable phenomenon. Few schools are adopting the technology advancement, yet there are some schools that strongly believe in traditional practices than going with the time.