How ed-tech companies like Jaro Education are a boon for executives working remotely amid lockdown

Ever since the beginning of the pandemic, employees across the globe are facing challenges pertaining to the work from home mandates. Suddenly, on top of economic panic and worry about retaining their employment, many people have to pivot to a completely new way of working. During this time, ed-tech companies like Jaro Education have stepped in to become one of the boons for such working executive professionals where they not only provide them a platform for premium programs but also e-learning simulations.

Courses like E-MBA, Executive PGDM in Strategy and Hybrid PGDM introduced by Jaro Education have gained significant popularity among working executives. These courses provide you a plethora of knowledge with the help of which one can enhance his professional skillset, increase his market value and build a stronger professional network.

Key trends that are picking up pace amid lockdown

  • Emergence of Hybrid Model
  • Adoption of Gamification
  • Popularity surrounding micro-learning
  • Distance Learning courses

What makes Jaro Education different than the rest?

  • Low Cost initiative
  • Offers Quality education
  • 11 years of expertise in career transformation
  • 150000+ students alumni
  • Premium institute partners like IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Trichy, IMT Ghaziabad, Bharati Vidyapeeth, WeSchool (Welingkars), Alliance University, Dayananda Sagar University, GNIMS, etc.
  • Executive programs offered in Strategic Management, Business Management, General Management, MBA, etc.

Academicians at Jaro Education believe that with the recent world pandemic scenario impacting and shifting the entire workforce to working from home, it has become essential for the employees, working remotely, to look for fields to grow their expertise in. Based on the statistics of 2017-23, this market has expanded with a staggering CAGR of roughly 49.5% during the period. As per another survey conducted by the statisticians at Jaro Education, it was found that professionals with qualification in comprehensive training programs have 218% higher revenue per employee and 24% higher profit margins. According to certain statistical studies, it was also found that the online education market in India will be worth INR 195.4 billion (USD 2.7 billion) by 2023.


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