The Scope of E-Learning in India

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Nov
28

Over the years, technology have played a key role in shaping our world. Technology is all around in every domain.  E-learning is one of the domain which have lots of potentials yet to come. This post will focus on the Socpe of E-Learning in India. It has eased the process of getting education to a great extent. From high-tech school laboratories to virtual classrooms, the ways and means of education have been constantly evolving.

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The world wide web (www) has seen lots of potential on E-Learning. Almost everything can be found on www in terms of online certfications or short term courses. If you are looking for PMP certification then I must recommend you to check one online portal name www.mylearningcube.com .

If we talk about the future of elearning, Its very bright in India.  According to the research report, “India E-Learning Market Outlook to FY’2018 – Increasing Technology Adoption to Drive Future Growth, the market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 17.4% over the period FY2013-FY’2018 driven by many factors such as increasing government initiatives to promote e-learning, increasing adoption of technology, shortage of quality education, convenience and cost factors and others. With an inclination in the adoption of e-learning method to facilitate talent management in corporations, the demand of custom e-learning content and technology would increase, thereby increasing the overall growth of India’s e-learning market in future.

India e-learning market is likely to showcase a gradual positive growth in the coming years. Indian e-learning content market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 18.4% from FY’2014-FY’2018. The strong government initiatives pushing the student enrolments in higher education and distance learning will keep on propelling the market expansion.

Advantage of E-learning:

  • Ability to Cover Distance : The biggest advantage of e-learning lies in its ability to cover distances. For an organisation that is spread across multiple locations, traditional training becomes a constraint.
  • Learning at self paced: The major advantage is the consistency that e-learning provides. e-learning is self-paced, and learning is done at the learner’s pace. The content can be repeated until it is understood by the trainee. It can be made compelling and interesting with multimedia, and the trainee can be given multiple learning paths depending on his or her needs.
  • Social Interactivity: There is a lot of E-Learning sites on the web which provided social interactivity which is very useful and people find it very helpful to share their thoughts and learning.

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Role of Cloud Computing in Big Data

by | Category: cloud computing, nityo delhi

Nov
25

This post will focus the role of cloud computing in big data.  We are in the age of computation and its all about data. Data is very important for every organisation and it is very crucial in decision making. Either you are in any domain, you need a lots of reports and data to take decision and some part of data is not simple to deal with and here somewhere the term big data comes.

Q. What is Big Data? 

A. Big data is a buzzword, or phrase, used to describe a massive volume of both structured and unstructured data that is so large that it’s difficult to process using traditional database and software techniques.Big data usually includes data sets with sizes beyond the ability of commonly used software tools to capture, curate, manage, and process the data within a tolerable elapsed time. Interested in reading more about big data and how to start with it.

The next thing that comes to your mind Cloud. Let see what is Cloud.

Q. What is Cloud?

A. Cloud is the biggest buzzword around from last few years.  In this article we will discuss cloud in the context of the Big Data. Cloud computing is a method of providing a shared computing resources to the application which requires dynamic resources. These resources include applications, computing, storage, networking, development and various deployment platforms. The fundamentals of the cloud computing are that it shares pretty much share all the resources and deliver to end users as a service.

Few Examples of Cloud Computing are Google, Amazon and Rackspace. Google and Amazon both have fantastic Big Data offering with the help of the cloud.

Lets see the cloud deployment models.

Public Cloud : Public Cloud is the cloud infrastructure build by commercial providers (Amazon, Rackspace etc.) creates a highly scalable data center that hides the complex infrastructure from the consumer and provides various services.

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Private Cloud : Private Cloud is the cloud infrastructure build by a single organization where they are managing highly scalable data center internally.

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Hybrid Cloud : A hybrid cloud service deployment model implements the required processes by combining the cloud services of different cloud computing systems, e.g. private and public cloud services. The hybrid model is also suitable for enterprises in which the transition to full outsourcing has already been completed, for instance, to combine community cloud services with public cloud services.

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Service Model :

Cloud computing providers offer their services according to several fundamental models: infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and software as a service (SaaS) where IaaS is the most basic and each higher model abstracts from the details of the lower models.

  • Infrastructure as a service (IaaS)
  • Platform as a service (PaaS)
  • Software as a service (SaaS)

We will discuss this cloud computing layers in detail in next post. Picture below showing the layer of cloud computing.

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*Image Credit : Wikipedia

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New Location (Delhi)

by | Category: nityo delhi

Jan
16

Nityo adds another location to its map with a new captive center in Gurgaon, India. The office operations would start from 1st April, 2010. The Focus will be on: 1. Publishing Industry 2. Revenue cycle management in Medical industry

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