The Impact of E-Learning Technology for Future Generation in Educational Sector


  • M. K. Ganeshan Research Scholar, ICSSR Doctoral Fellow, Alagappa Institute of Management, School of Management, Alagappa University, Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu, India
  • C. Vethirajan Professor and Head, Department of Corporate Secretaryship, School of Management, Alagappa University, Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu, India



Millennial, Technology, Online, Digital, Education


E-learning is an element of the new dynamic that is defining educational systems in the twenty-first century. In today's world, e-learning is the concept of perpetual change. As the number of internet-savvy consumers grows, e-learning is becoming increasingly popular. Faster bandwidths have greatly aided in the expansion of e-learning students. E-Learning is being used by a growing number of colleges and universities. E-learning also helps to support skills and knowledge, as well as institutions and industry. In addition, interactive classrooms using live and video conferencing for certain topics are being put up. In this paper, secondary data was gathered from a variety of available sources, including a literature survey and referring e-libraries, among others. Review of the literature and other available information from various published and unpublished reports. India is the origin of e-learning. Indira Gandhi National Open University launched the e-Gyankosh project in 2006, which is a National Digital Repository of Learning Resources. GyanDarshan is a 24-hour E-learning satellite channel launched by IGNOU, the world's largest Open University. E-Learning is big in India Ninety Six billion and the present user support will raise at Forty Four percent CAGR toward nine and six tenths million users by two thousand and twenty-first. In reality, India’s e-learning promote business market is the second largest, which is foreseen to raise by fifteen and sixty-four hundredths percent and exceed dollar forty eight billion by Two Thousand Twenty. E-learning is additional than a technological breakthrough. It's part of a larger reassessment of how we teach future learners and students our knowledge understanding, skills, information, moral ethics, and values. This will speculate on how e-learning and the functions it supports may evolve in the future.


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How to Cite

Ganeshan, M. K., & Vethirajan, C. (2022). The Impact of E-Learning Technology for Future Generation in Educational Sector. Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, 11(1), 29–32.