1. India’s EduFin market is expected to reach ₹ 30,000Cr in terms of loans disbursed in FY’26. The industry will be witnessing a leading CAGR in the next 5 years owing to adoption of EdTech sector.
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In India many companies are in the planning of launching their credit card for learners and students and aims to become the go-to financing solution for learners in all categories. The emergence of FinTech companies in the education sector will augment the spread of digitization in the country by promoting more and more people to embrace high-quality education and creating awareness amongst them, ultimately helping the market to grow more.
2. India is emerging as leading EdTech market by Revenue & an ever-growing market for Up-Skilling & Re-Skilling Courses.
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EdTech startups offer smart classroom solutions, adaptive learning platforms, and learning management systems, these factors combined with the inflow of investments, acquisition, up-gradation in offerings and more players quickly shifting and adding students are accelerating the digital learning movement. In the same way, The Government of India is promoting online learning in the country through initiatives like the SWAYAM programme and DIKSHA, to make education accessible to all students of the country.
3. Rapid internet penetration and online courses offering low-cost alternatives to offline learning to drive the EdTech sector in India.
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The growth of smartphones and the transition to digital learning paradigms in India are propelling the EdTech sector. The EdTech industry has witnessed exponential growth during the onset of Covid. Test Prep & Upskill and Reskill EdTech courses are anticipated to be the main drivers of the EdTech industry’s growth in India. Despite the huge user growth that the EdTech sector is seeing, infrastructural limitations remain because of inadequate connectivity and subpar equipment. The industry is utilising cutting-edge technology like gamification of learning, artificial intelligence, and experiential learning tools, which are now altering how students prepare for exams and will do so in the future. The government’s policy aims for online education are further encouraged by the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020. Several other initiatives such as DIKSHA, SWAYAM, ePathshala Portal, NISHTHA, OLabs, and Virtual Labs are expected to drive the EdTech industry in the future.