Outlook on the Indian Online Learning Market to 2025 - Key Drivers and Challenges - ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN--()--The "India Online learning (Reskilled & Cerification, Higher Education, Langauge & Casual Learning) Market Outlook, 2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This report provides a detailed analysis of the online learning market of India. This report provides complete stats and analyses of different segments in the online learning market along with its historical and forecasted value & the enrolled users with top profiled companies.

A typical Indian Classroom is characterized by long hours of lectures by the teacher with little focus of the students. However, these days the trend shows that more and more students are opting to work online courses through digital media. Which are ultimate leads that help to develop distance learning. Distance learning also helps to reach any number of students placed in any area or part of the country. Distance learning is also a useful tool for obtaining degrees for a large number of students who are staying in far off and remote areas. Adding to this the government of India have recently deviced few initiative PM- eVIDYa to promote online eduction wich will cater schools as well as higher education in the time of current pendemic COVID 19.

India has become the second-largest e-learning market in the World after the US. This report describes three main segments of the online learning market that is reskilled and certification, higher education and language, and casual learning. India is one of the fastest-growing online learning markets has grown at a rate of around 45% CAGR. From the entire three segments, the dominating position is held by an online reskilled and certification course. A growing trend is observed as organizations are allowed to invest in a process known as upskilling to help retain current employees. Upskilling is defined as the process of teaching current employees new skills. Along with this as an individual, people are more tending towards increasing their technical as well as non-technical skills. Such advantages will help this segment to grow at a CAGR of above 29% in the years to come.

Riding on the demand the higher education sector in the country has witnessed a phenomenal growth in student enrolment. It is now a truth acknowledged in many quarters that our young graduates will have to live and work in a steadily more automated and disruptive world. Apart from the above two segments, online language learning has been an on-going trend in the Indian market, as with the growing technologies there is also growing awareness that one should be developing skills to communicate with other personalities professionally. The online language and casual learning are still at the nascent stage in the overall e-learning market but have observed gradual adaption among the users.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Research Methodology

2. Executive Summary

3. India Demographics Summary

4. India E-learning Market Outlook

4.1. Market Size

4.1.1. By Value

4.1.2. By Volume

4.2. Market Share

4.2.1. By Category By Value

4.2.2. By Category by Volume

4.2.3. By Device Preference (Mobile/ Laptop)

4.2.4. By Payment Period

4.2.5. By Payment Mode

5. Online Reskilled and certification Market

5.1. Market Size

5.1.1. By Value

5.1.2. By Volume

5.2. Market Share

5.2.1. By Course Certification Type

5.2.2. By End user (Retail + Enterprise)

5.2.3. By Course Duration

5.2.4. By Device Preference (mobile/ Laptop)

5.2.5. By Payment Period

5.2.6. By Payment Mode

5.2.7. By Brand

6. Online Higher Education Market

6.1. Market Size

6.1.1. By Value

6.1.2. By Volume

6.2. Market Share

6.2.1. By Highest Secondary Courses

6.2.2. By Device Preference (Mobile/ Laptop)

6.2.3. By Payment Period

6.2.4. By Payment Mode

7. Online Language and Casual Learning Market

7.1. Market Size

7.1.1. By Value

7.1.2. By Volume

7.2. Market Share

7.2.1. By Language Segment

7.2.2. By Device Preference

7.2.3. By Payment Period

7.2.4. By Payment Mode

8. Economic Snapshot

9. Market Dynamics

9.1. Key Driver

9.2. Key Challenges

10. Market trends and Development

10.1. Increasing adaption of project based learning

10.2. Developing a trend of collaborative online learning

10.3. Making adaptive learning a future of e-learning

10.4. Hybrid or blended courses taking the place of traditional face - to - face learning

10.5. Rapid attraction of certification courses

10.6. Rising demand of online casual learning

11. Competitive Landscape

11.1. Five Forces

11.2. Company Profile

11.2.1. Simplilearn Solutions Private Limited

11.2.2. Brain4CE Education Solutions Private Limited

11.2.3. Imarticus Learning Private Limited

11.2.4. Intellipaat Software Solutions Private Limited

11.2.5. Jigsaw Academy Education Private Limited

11.2.6. Intap Labs Private Limited

11.2.7. Kings Learning Private Limited

11.2.8. Ankalan Web Solutions Private Limited

11.2.9. Coursera India Private Limited

11.2.10. Aeon learning private Ltd

11.3. Other Overview Company Profile

11.3.1. EDX

11.3.2. Udemy

11.3.3. Manipal Global

11.3.4. Medvarsity Online

11.3.5. Edmobile Labs Pvt Ltd

12. Strategy Recommendation

13. Disclaimer

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