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With its wave of digital transformation, technology has thrown the world into a new planet. Every industry from education to communication to health to travel are all inclining towards technology in their way of running a business. Of particular interest is how technology has digitized the education sector, which for many years has remained untapped.

India is one of the many countries, which has redirected its focus to the use of technology to boost its education sector. Through innovation, the country is offering great learning opportunities to about 29% of its population between 0-14 years.

The progressive education portion will advance US$ 35.03 billion by 2025

In the financial year 2018, India’s estimation in the education sector stood at US$ 91.7 billion. This is likely to shoot up to US$ 101.1 billion in the 2019 financial year. And while the young age is remarkably becoming advanced by the day, indicators have it that the sector will be at US$ 35.03 billion by 2025. This will present bigger and better opportunities for innovation.

It is worth noting that the young generation is very inclined towards the comfort of the web. Many web platforms have the convenience of performing different transactions just by a click of a button. A recent study reveals that freedom of a digital campus is one of consideration many young people would consider before enrolling in any institutions.

Digital campuses are breeding ground for creating a Digital India

There are a host of reasons why India is embracing digital campuses. They are not only beneficial to the students’ body but also the teaching and non-teaching staff. The country is winning big in the education sector because of other benefits associated with digital campuses. They include: –

  • Offering a blended solution between the mobile app and the physical prepaid card. This brings the flexibility of making payments for students. This makes it all safe and secure.
  • The automation is enabling the managing and handling of various functions, which reduces the burden on administration.
  • Offering seamlessly communication processes thanks to the digital connection between campuses.
  • Providing avenues for students to prepare the art of money management