Educational Industry in India

Indian educational system is considered to be one of the best in the world, however there is huge gap when compared to the global standards in terms of people being able to think independently and taking up entrepreneurship.With the educational industry booming in India there is a significant increase in the number of private colleges offering various courses, some of them really do not offer value addition to the students and their future hang in balance.

Presently the educational Industry is USD 50 billion strong and it expected to show an increase of 12% in 2010 and by 2012 it expected to touch USD 80 billion. Universities and colleges in India have grown at a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of over 5% and 6% respectively, since independence. The statistics clearly shows that more number of private institutes is going to surface offering various courses. Not only full time educational institutions but various other training centers offering computer education, entrance coaching, career counseling etc.

This is further going to add to the confusions that this generation students are facing. The top creamy layer will make it to the premier institutes like IIT or IIM, the rest of them struggle with their higher studies in tier 2 tier 3 or tier 4 institutes. The challenge of identifying a good institute remains a mystery.

Most of the students will be at their most important cross roads of identify the right institute and the right course. Solving such an enigma is to be tackled by driving more interaction with the experienced professionals from across Industry. More and more professionals are also coming forward to help students because they have gone through tough situations in their career as well as in their education because of lack of proper guidance during their times. offers a unique platform for students to identify the institute of their choice and also share knowledge on various subjects with other students and experienced professionals. Gyantonic is a knowledge network. The Indian educational system has been recognized as one of the best in the world; however our efforts are to facilitate interaction between the students and laterals to enhance their skill sets through mutual interaction and real-time learning experience.