Not so long ago, career fields were pre-decided by parents and teachers; either you can be an engineer, a doctor, a chartered accountant, or an MBA, this more or less sums it up. Career choices like a chef, a chess player, a fashion designer, a painter, and even a ballet-dancer were thoroughly recognised and well-acknowledged only in the second decade of the 21st century.
What we are seeing in 2020 is that the adaption towards digital academic and skills learning has grown immensely across the country and globally. Even before the pandemic, the global e-learning market was already seeing massive annual growth.
While learning math and science online wasn’t taken seriously five years ago, today, online education is mainstream and rapidly evolving. The conservative Indian parents are now more comfortable and supportive of sharing laptops and tablets as