The education system in India has experienced a noticeable revolution over the last decade. The conventional mode of learning had been used in India, and has retained a sustainable position for long. Indian learning system has made metamorphic change, and the concept of e-learning has significantly gained momentum in the country. With the growing impetus and unprecedented rise in internet penetration, e-learning segment has paved its way within the country’s learning ecosystem. The latest research by RNCOS titled, “India E-Learning Market Outlook to 2022” unfolds the market dynamics of the e–learning market in India. The report showcases the demographic outlook, and portrays how rising young generation has fuelled the education sector of the country. The report shows education sector in India being segmented into pre-schools, K-12, and college and universities. Furthermore, geographical penetrations and number of enrolments of respective segments have also been highlighted in the report. The education industry has witnessed significant developments and investments in terms of rising number of pre-schools, K-12, and burgeoning number of colleges and universities, which has led to growing number of school enrolments in India. The report provides statistical data and analysis of the ongoing and future market trends to facilitate a deep market understanding. Followed by this, the report emphasizes e-learning market that covers the market sizing and growth potential till 2022. The report also covers the market performance of e-learning products and solutions, which have showcased tremendous growth over the years. It covers the performance of e-learning market on the basis of end-user namely pre- schools, K-12, colleges and universities, and corporate wherein the product and solutions offered by them have been identified. E-learning is rapidly gaining acceptance among pre-schools, K-12, colleges and universities, and corporate sector. We anticipate that the sector will post a CAGR of around 15% during 2015-2022. Our industry analysts studied all the facets of the e-learning market to portray a crystal clear picture of the current as well as the expected market outlook. Major drivers and trends have been identified that are set to act as catalysts towards boosting the industry’s growth, along with roadblocks hindering the market’s growth. The report also identifies and highlights the opportunity for growth of major players in the e-learning market. Additionally, the report highlights the competitive landscape of the Indian e-learning market, describing the business, presence, product and solutions offering, and strengths and weaknesses of major industry players. Holistically, the research provides all the prerequisite information for clients looking to make a debut in this industry, and facilitates them to formulate schemes while going for an investment/partnership in the Indian e-learning industry.
Table of Content 1. Analyst View 2. Research Methodology 3. India - Demographics Outlook 3.1 Population 3.2 Population by Age Group 3.2.1 Population Aged 0-14 Years 3.2.2 Population Aged 15-29 Years 3.2.3 Population Aged 30-59 Years 3.3 Urban-Rural Population 4. Education Industry in India - Overview 4.1 Preschools 4.1.1 Number of Preschools 4.1.2 Regional Presence 4.2 Primary to Senior Secondary Education 4.2.1 Number of Schools 4.2.2 Students Enrollments 4.2.3 Regional Presence 4.3 Colleges and Universities 4.3.1 Number of Colleges 4.3.2 Students Enrollments 4.3.3 Regional Presence 5. Indian E-learning Market-Overview 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Market and Growth Potential till 2022 5.3 Market Segmentation 5.3.1 E-Learning Product Market 5.3.2 E-Learning Solutions Market 6. E-Learning Market - End-user Market Analysis 6.1 Preschools 6.1.1 Product and Solutions Offered 6.2 Primary to Senior Secondary Schools 6.2.1 Product and Solutions Offered 6.3 Colleges and Universities 6.3.1 Product and Solutions Offered 6.4 Corporate 6.4.1 Product and Solutions Offered 7. Industry Trends and Drivers 7.1 Trends 7.1.1 Integration of Information Technologies into Education 7.1.2 Cloud Based Corporate Training 7.1.3 Big Data into E-learning 7.2 Drivers 7.2.1 Rising Broadband Penetration 7.2.2 Pace of E-learning Adoption by Schools and Colleges 7.2.3 Government Initiatives towards Digitalization 7.2.4 Rising Demand for Online Certification and Courses 8. Industry Roadblocks 8.1 Technological Issues 8.2 Quality Issues 8.3 End User Mindset 9. Opportunities for E-learning Companies 9.1 E-Learning Alliances 9.2 Corporate E-Learning 9.3 Surrounds Supporting Learning Solutions 10. Competitor Profiling 10.1 Educomp Solutions Limited 10.1.1 Business Overview 10.1.2 Products and Solutions 10.1.3 Strengths and Weaknesses Analysis 10.2 NIIT Limited 10.2.1 Business Overview 10.2.2 Products and Solutions 10.2.3 Strengths and Weaknesses Analysis 10.3 Tata Interactive Systems 10.3.1 Business Overview 10.3.2 Products and Solutions 10.3.3 Strengths and Weaknesses Analysis 10.4 Edutech 10.4.1 Business Overview 10.4.2 Products and Solutions 10.4.3 Strengths and Weaknesses Analysis 10.5 Everonn Education Limited 10.5.1 Business Overview 10.5.2 Products and Solutions 10.5.3 Strengths and Weaknesses Analysis
List of Tables: Table 6-1: E-learning Products and Solutions Offered to Schools Table 6-2: E-learning Products and Solutions Offered to Colleges and Universities Table 6-3: E-learning Products and Solutions Offered to Corporate Table 9-1: Educomp - E-learning Products and Solutions Offering Table 9-2: Educomp - Strengths and Weaknesses Analysis Table 9-3: NIIT Limited - E-learning Products and Solutions Offering Table 9-4: NIIT Limited - Strengths and Weaknesses Analysis Table 9-5: Tata Interactive Solutions - E-learning Products and Solutions Offering Table 9-6: Tata Interactive Systems - Strengths and Weaknesses Analysis Table 9-7: Edutech - E-learning Products and Solutions Offering Table 9-8: Edutech - Strengths and Weaknesses Analysis Table 9-9: Everonn Education Limited - E-learning Products and Solutions Offering Table 9-10: Everonn Education Limited - Strengths and Weaknesses Analysis List of Figures: Figure 3-1: Population (Million), 2011-2015 Figure 3-2: Population Aged 0-14 Years (Million), 2011-2015 Figure 3-3: Population Aged 15-29 Years (Million), 2011-2015 Figure 3-4: Population Aged 30-59 Years (Million), 2011-2015 Figure 3-5: Urban-Rural Population Breakup (%), 2015 Figure 4-1: Demand for Organized Preschools ('000), 2015-2022 Figure 4-2: Preschools Regional Presence (%), 2016 Figure 4-3: Number of Primary to Senior Secondary Schools ('000), FY2014 Figure 4-4: Number of Enrollments in Primary to Senior Secondary Schools (Million), FY2012 to FY2016 Figure 4-5: Primary to Senior Secondary Schools Regional Presence (%), 2016 Figure 4-6: Number of Colleges and Universities (FY2014) Figure 4-7: Number of Enrollments in Universities and Colleges (Million), FY2012 to FY2016 Figure 4-8: Colleges and Universities Regional Presence (%), 2016 Figure 5-1: E-learning Market (Million US$), 2015-2022 Figure 5-2: E-learning Market Segmentation by Products and Solutions (%), 2016 Figure 5-3: E-learning Products Market (Million US$), 2015-2022 Figure 5-4: E-Learning Solutions Market (Million US$), 2015-2022 Figure 6-1: E-learning Market Catering to Preschools (Million US$), 2015-2022 Figure 6-2: E-Learning Market Catering to Schools (Million US$), 2015-2022 Figure 6-3: E-Learning Market Catering to Colleges and Universities (Million US$), 2015-2022 Figure 6-4: E-Learning Market Catering to Corporate (Million US$), 2015-2022
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