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Needless to say that staying at home and learning are the biggest incompatibilities.

By- Kelly

Today, e-learning is one of the best alternatives for studying despite quarantine restrictions. Still, it has its own flaws, which are noticeable during the long-term experience. From one point, students learn to be independent and prepare their homework without extra help. Usually, everyone can buy essays for sale online and prepare for classes efficiently. And from the other point, online learning demands the highest responsibility. Let's find out why the face-to-face educational process is still more productive.

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Internshala Trainings, the e-learning arm of Internshala, has announced the launch of ‘Learn With Me’ initiative. Pixabay

Internshala Trainings, the e-learning arm of Internshala, has announced the launch of the ‘Learn With Me’ initiative with the motto of each one help one. Under this initiative, for every training sold on the platform till 31st July’21, Internshala Trainings will give free training to a student in need. The initiative is being organized in association with prominent NGOs ANEW India and Alohomora who will help the platform reach out to the deserving beneficiaries.

A one-of-its-kind initiative, Learn With Me is powered by Internshala Trainings’ learner community to help fellow students continue their education during these uncertain times of the pandemic. The free training will be rewarded to students from financially weaker sections, who had to discontinue their education as their families were not in the position to afford their tuition fee expenses anymore.

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The TicTacLearn YouTube channel is a free, open-source resource with over 52 million views. Pixabay

The coronavirus pandemic has deepened the inequities in accessing and benefiting from education, especially for the underprivileged students in India, who are more likely than others to be engaged in remote schooling.

According to the World Economic Forum, nearly 320 million learners in India were adversely affected by the pandemic, and have transitioned to the e-learning industry.

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GetCETgo, now has a Google rating of 4.3. Pixabay

Karnataka Monday launched an e-learning initiative, GetCETgo, aimed at giving an online crash course to aspirants for the Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET), National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET), and Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) to help them crack these examinations.

At the launch of the initiative at Vidhan Soudha here, Deputy Chief Minister C.N. Ashwatha Narayana, who holds the Higher Education portfolio, told reporters that this course facilitates learning, revision, and taking up tests.

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