By - 7 Feb 2022
7 Feb 2022
Covid-related closure of educational institutions in India pushed students reliant on its public education system towards secondary sources of education, particularly those providing quality education using technology. But poor connectivity, unavailability of devices and lack of curriculum-linked educational content in regional languages kept several students away from supplementary tools of education during this period.
Through the Union Budget, the government not only acknowledged the need for supplementary education but also outlined robust plans to provide quality education to students relying on India’s public education system using an array of platforms.