Latest News: “Oxford of the East” goes Digital

eLearningworld News from India Pune University is now launching a profound digitization of their classrooms as well as using eLearning content. The digital classrooms will include an interactive whiteboard, a digital podium, Android TV with a touchscreen and internet, document cameras to project live experiments and 3D diagrams. In this spirit the university has also produced more than 200 hours of eLearning content so far. Pune University was established in 1949 and houses 46 academic… Continue reading

Latest News: Online Education Marketplace forms the bridge to the future

eLearningworld News from India On the receipt of the quality of the Indian higher education system e.g. says that it has produced the current CEO of Google, Microsoft, Nokia, Mastercard and Pepsi. At the same time only 2% of the 1.2 billion population is part of the skilled working force, but this is about to change. India is considered the world’s second largest internet user base where now online education is becoming the bridge to… Continue reading

Latest News: Indian universities producing CEOs for largest Western companies

eLearningworld News from India What has Microsoft, Nokia, Mastercard and Pepsi in common? The answer is that they are all run by people with degrees from Indian Universities. For instance, Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft and Rajeev Suri, CEO of Nokia have both degrees from Manipal Institute of Technology. Now Google is added to this crowd after Sundar Pichai with a degree from the Indian Institute of technology has been selected to become the new… Continue reading

Latest News: Global eLearning Market US still no1, India now 2nd

eLearningworld News from India India is one of the most important countries for outsourcing of eLearning projects from US, Australia and Europe. But according to a report from UK-India Business Council India is now also the second largest market to sell eLearning despite its low rate of internet access. India has only 16% Internet penetration in comparison with 45% in China, and 84% in the US. However, the government’s Digital India Initiative is likely to… Continue reading