With the entire world entering the post-pandemic phase, we must look forward to the new era with optimism and renewed hope. E-learning, as a concept, was first launched in the late 1990s and has since been an accepted mode of learning in many educational institutions around the world. With more opportunities for instant feedback, the quality of the teaching and learning processes is bound to improve. In the year 2022, we will witness more advanced systems with lesson wise tests, puzzles, quizzes, and open-ended questions, etc. to gauge the student’s learning. This change will continue to add quality to the teaching and learning process. And with these automated and credible assessment mechanisms in e-learning, we will be able to track the student’s progress better.
India, with its over 700 million internet users and growing internet usage in semi-urban and rural areas, is a ripe market for e-learning. It is no wonder that the size of online education market in India is expected to grow by $2.28 billion between 2021 and 2025. Therefore, it is important to recognize that much more needs to be done to improve online education and ensure that students are learning.