Startups Look To Work With Indian Universities Under E-Vidya Higher Education Mission
Among these is online learning as the government expands its official edtech programmes with the launch of E-Vidya for multi-mode access to online education.
While E-Vidya focusses on both K-12 and higher educational needs, given the number of K-12 platforms in India, the bigger priority will be higher education and university courses.
According to 2018-2019 All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE), India is home to 993 universities, 39,931 colleges, and 10,922 standalone institutions listed on its web portal.
But traditional Indian educational institutions have been taking their offline setups online even before the Indian government had stepped in.
Meanwhile, startups like Coursera and upGrad have been focusing on higher education and helping them take their traditional setup online.
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