Volume : 9, Issue : 11, NOV 2023
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF BLENDED LEARNING IN STRENGTHENING “AATMANIRBHAR BHARAT” (SELF-RELIANT INDIA)
YOGITA VYAS, DR. ANIL KUMAR JAIN
One of the key goals of Aatmanirbhar Bharat is to reduce the country's reliance on imports and promote domestic production. The important aspect of Aatmanirbhar Bharat (self-reliant India) is the development of a skilled and educated workforce. By investing in education and training, India can build a strong foundation for economic growth and development, and ensure that its citizens have the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the modern economy. Blended learning can improve access to education for students who are unable to attend traditional classroom-based courses due to geographical or other limitations, This can be especially beneficial for students in rural or remote areas, where access to education may be limited. In India often a shortage of qualified teachers and the existing infrastructure may be inadequate to support the needs of all students. By using blended learning, teachers can make more efficient use of their time and resources, blended learning can support the development of a more self-reliant and skilled workforce in India. Blended learning also can provide students with access to a range of learning materials and resources. Producing capable and competent human resources is a major component of self-reliance. There is no doubt that without education, it is impossible to develop a capable and competent human resource, and by supporting factor like blended leaning we can achieve our goal like Aatmnirbhar Bharat easily.
BLENDED LEARNING, AATMNIRBHAR BHARAT, SKILLED WORKFORCE.
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