Amit Saneja Explores the Impact of AI on the Growth and Evolution of the EdTech Sector

Amit Saneja

India’s education system has undergone a number of modifications recently. India is thought to be the world’s future “ed-tech” capital. During the COVID-19 pandemic, when schools and learning institutions were forced to close and online instruction became the standard, a number of ed-tech firms emerged in the country.

The future of education technology (ed-tech) is expected to be significantly transformed by the combination of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Virtual Reality (VR) and Machine Learning (ML). There will be a greater use of the latest technology in online learning environments, classrooms and training modules. AI algorithms are capable of analyzing and studying individual learning patterns, which aids in customizing educational materials to each student’s unique strengths. Predictive analytics is made possible by ML, while VR turns abstract ideas into immersive experiences. As a result, learning becomes more participatory, dynamic and adaptive.

In India, the number of individuals utilizing the internet is increasing at an exponential rate with the growth of new educational opportunities. Aspiring users from rural and semi-urban areas will drive growth as users search for different ways to better the circumstances. Ed-tech platforms that provide integrated services such as hiring, financing, skill development and learning capture a significant portion of the customer’s lifetime value, increasing brand awareness and loyalty.

The CEO of Educate Online, Amit Saneja, addresses the company’s beginnings through providing children all over the world with universal access to high-quality education, the company’s planned 2022 entry into the Indian market, the foundation of its marketing strategy and providing students with engaging, focused and customized experiences.

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