Digital Transformation of the Teaching Community
As the coronavirus-induced pandemic spread itself across the world, most universities, colleges and schools found themselves ill-prepared for online learning or remote classes.

Future of Apprenticeship in India
There is growing anxiety across the world about higher education – students are uncertain about the return on investment due to rising tuition fees on one hand and uncertainty about career prospects on the other.

Career Outlook Report Jan-June 2022
The lockdown impacted everyone - the prolonged uncertainty hampered business continuity, campus shutdowns impacted learning outcomes and students bore the severest of the brunt of the pandemic!

Aligning Education and Skilling
For years, corporate social responsibility (CSR) was more a public relations activity across the world. Often companies took on social responsibilities only after a debacle - after an oil spill or being called out for polluting groundwater, etc. However, CSR is now a business imperative.

Covid-19 Learning Loss in Higher Education Report
The COVID 19 pandemic has had a severe impact on 220 million students as universities in 175 countries closed their premises and countries shut their borders. Although higher education institutions were quick to adopt lectures with online learning, these closures affected learning and examinations.

COR Jul Dec 2021 Final
The world of work has been profoundly affected by the global virus pandemic. In addition to the threat to public health, the consequent economic and social upheaval threatens to disrupt the livelihoods,careers and wellbeing of millions.

Career Outlook Report Jan June 2021
TeamLease EdTech is on a mission of Making India Employable. This report is our initiative to nurture insights that can help fresh job aspirants understand the trends and gain their foothold in the market and gain relevant skills.

All India Survey on Higher Education
The Survey covers all institutions of Higher Education in the country, registered with AISHE code in AISHE portal Institutions are categorized in 3 broad Categories; University, College and Stand-Alone Institutions.

India Skills Report 2020
The Eighth Edition of India Skills Report (2021), is India’s most referred report on the nation’s talent landscape. We recognise and express our gratitude to all parties involved in this effort and initiative to address the post covid talent demand and supply nationwide. We express our heartfelt gratitude to the businesses, government, and academia who shared their views on India’s talent landscape and contributed to creating this report. The Global pandemic of COVID-19 has affected us all directly as a threat to our lives and the nation’s economy. This report is a combination of an assessment of 65,000 candidates from across the nation who appeared for the WNET, and a report from the India Hiring Intent survey where 150+ corporates spread across 15 Industry sectors participated to share their hiring forecast for the year.

TeamLease Edtech Career Outlook Report
The Indian job market has extreme information asymmetry – there is a considerable gap between the job market information and the information available to job seekers. The Career Outlook Report aims to bridge this gap and provide career-enhancing insights into job roles and skills the market requires and the types of courses that prepare job seekers to effectively respond to market demand. The report has been prepared by meticulously bringing together employer surveys and current market information to quantify the “Intent to Hire” by employers, across eighteen sectors and fourteen cities across India.

National Education Policy 2020
Education is fundamental for achieving full human potential, developing an equitable and just society, and promoting national development. Providing universal access to quality education is the key to India’s continued ascent, and leadership on the global stage in terms of economic growth, social justice and equality, scientific advancement, national integration, and cultural preservation. Universal high-quality education is the best way forward for developing and maximizing our country's rich talents and resources for the good of the individual, the society, the country, and the world. India will have the highest population of young people in the world over the next decade, and our ability to provide high-quality educational opportunities to them will determine the future of our country NIRF Ranking 2020 was released on 11th June 2020.

National Institutional Ranking Framework 2020
The NIRF framework outlines a methodology to rank institutions across the country. The methodology draws from the overall recommendations broad understanding arrived at by a Core Committee set up by MHRD, to identify the broad parameters for ranking various universities and institutions. The parameters broadly cover “Teaching, Learning and Resources,” “Research and Professional Practices,” “Graduation Outcomes,” “Outreach and Inclusivity,” and “Perception”.
NIRF Ranking 2020 was released on 11th June 2020.

UGC's Notice Regarding: Learning Outcomes based Curriculum Framework (LOCF)
You may recall the resolution adopted in the National Conference of Vice-Chancellors and Directors on Research & lnnovation held between 26th to 28thJuly 2018. One of the resolutions was to 'Adopt and implement Learning Outcomes Based Curriculum Framework (LOCF) in HEls, by updating curriculum from academic year 2O19-2O: Adopt Learner Centric teaching learning processes by suitable improvement in the pedagogy'.

Ministry of Human Resource Development
The survey covers all institutions of Higher Education in the country, registered with AISHE code in AISHE portal Institutions are categorized in 3 broad categories; University, College and Stand-alone Institutions"- All India Secondary Higher Education Report by MHRD

The Global Skills Gap
"Employers perceive some skills to be more important than others. The three most important skills are perceived to be: problem solving, teamwork, and communication. The three least important are: commercial awareness, negotiating and language skills."- QS The Global Skills Gap in the 21st Century.

The Trends and Opportunities in the Online Learning Market – A Research Report
Schoolguru Eduserve, a leading Ed-Tech Company has published a research report on ‘The Trends and Opportunities in the Online Learning Market’. The report is an in-depth study of the changing parameters in higher education section and provides statistical insights with respect to the growth in online learning, upcoming trends, the power of technology and the need to leverage it for experiential learning.

Reimagining Corporate Universities
"How does an enterprise ensure that the knowledge capital of its workforce is giving the business a competitive edge and that it is continuously enhanced and replenished to sustain that competitive edge? A corporate university can facilitate this through various online and offline platforms." A report by Teamlease Skills University on Re-imagining Employee Productivity
Reviving Higher Education in India
"Despite the increased access to higher education in India, challenges remain. Low employability of graduates, poor quality of teaching, weak governance, insufficient funding, and complex regulatory norms continue to plague the sector"- Reviving Higher Education in India, A report by Brookings India.

Reimagining Corporate Universities
"There is no question that the Fourth Industrial Revolution is bringing disruption to the political, economic, and social fabric—and this disruption is having an impact on work, workers, and employers as never before"- A report by Deloitte- Global Human Capital Trends