India with its population comprising 24 million youngsters in the age group of 10 to 24 years has to adopt the new digital education methodologies to ensure a tech-savvy population for the future.

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As per researches carried out by the World Economic Forum, approximately 1.5 million new digitized jobs would be created by 2020. To make students of the current generation future-ready, not adapting the digital mode of education is no longer an option. Leveraging new tools of digital learning is a mandate for enhancing the agility, penetration, and flexibility of the prevalent learning ecosystem.

Read more to know how technology is easing the move from blackboard to digital screens.

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