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Changing face of Education in India

Updated on Mon, 12 December 2011 at 18:12 IST

The concept of education is changing from classrooms to practical mode. With the advent of new technology, there are different ways of teaching a child and clearing the concepts which is much ahead of the normal classroom teaching.

Schools and colleges have adapted to white board and markers rather than chalk and duster. Now a classroom consists of LCD projectors and advanced learning tools which was not present before.

You can feel things happening in front of your eyes with the 3 D graphic effect to understand and improve your learning. Technology is getting advanced. We can study at virtual classrooms and clarify our doubts.

It is possible to earn a degree from any institute located at any corner of the world through distance education, online learning and admission tools.

Life is easy. Learning new concepts are getting easier. It is all upon us how fast we adapt ourselves to new mode of learning and change our thinking from the traditional to the advanced one.

Let us welcome the change and change ourselves to adapt to the new technology.

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