The role of technology in the education sector is imperial in today's digital age, and Indian educational institutes are no exception in terms of technology adoption. From virtual reality and app-based learning to advanced use cases of analytics in campus placements and much more, technology is playing a pivotal role in India's higher education in India and globally. Virtual classroom is bridging the geographical gap and connecting students and teachers with resources without being physically present.
One of the most talked-about technologies today, in every industry vertical, is artificial intelligence (AI); and the higher education sector is no different. One of the areas where AI can be applied, include grading of students. App-based learning and gamification are other two areas getting significant attention by higher education institutes.
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