E-Learning- A Tool for Education in Rural India Abhiyendra Kumar Master of Tech. Integrated,4 th year Department of Mathematics Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (India) Acknowledgement Greatly Thankful to
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Master of Tech. Integrated,4th year
Department of Mathematics
Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (India)
Economy Ranking (millions of American dollars) :
Education is the catalyst for change, and Information Technology is the major driving force and changeagent.
“must do every thing”
“do not look for value for money as the services are free”
“Believes Government must provide profitable business since they are implementing government programs”
No Business/ Partnership RelationsCurrently Existing Model
-- The government
-- Mediators/entrepreneurs/ service
providers/implementer of the policies
Basic Flow of relation/ coordination among these actors.
-- Govt. cannot do everything
-- Entrepreneurs implement their programs.
-- service providers look for urban projects or high profit business in the
rural sector, hence the beneficiaries become a liability on the govt.
-- Beneficiaries believe that it’s the social responsibility of the government
to provide them with these services, hence no value for free services in
“Continues to support the infrastructure”
“Pays partly for benefits & values government support”
“Demands value for money”
“Creates business by providing quality service, not look for high profits, partners with government in sharing social responsibility”
Strong business/ Partnership RelationsCont.