Dynamic and critical characterisation of Education trade-in


Education trade-in has a broad spectrum which not just covers the recruitment of international students but also establishes university campuses abroad for further assistance providing facility for franchising and online learning for it. Education implies a service sector for the growth and prosperity of billions. Since right to education is one of the fundamental rights of every citizen of our country our government is trying its level best to impart free high quality public education. With the popularity of e-learning as a platform, variety of online courses is being offered as education trade in by varied institutions and agencies.

Pros of Education Trade-In:

Allocation of skill set: Depending upon the applicant's area of interest, the training for skill set is imparted to them. Unlike other courses there is no deviation from the course. It is concise and to the point. Each class is recorded and can be viewed and learnt later if missed.

Cost of attainment: The cost involved for the course of education is nominal as compared to course fee of other couses offered by various colleges and institutes. It is cost effective as the classes are mostly conducted online which is easily in the reach of people staying in urban areas.

Duration: The duration of the course is limited to a short period of time as the content to be covered is shrinked to a specific subject as per applicants interest.

High demand: The demand both for enrolling in the course and for job recruitment is high because of the specialized training imparted.

Cons of education trade-in:

Sharing of knowledge is limited: Since the students are well versed only in one specific field they cannot share knowledge amongst each other.

No Job guarantee:

After completion of the course, there is no guarantee of job because the base of their knowhow is restricted to a definite field.