Year: 2022 | Month: December | Volume 13 | Issue 2

Post-Covid Teacher Education in India with Respect to Alternative Pedagogical Practices

Bhanu Pratap Pritam


Higher Education, especially in the Post independent India, has been transforming in manifold ways. The post-colonial higher education has manifested growth in fundamental institutional set-up in new urban areas on one hand and, increased infrastructure, manpower and learning resources in existing institutions of higher learning on the other hand. The second wave of transformation in higher education was observed in the post-LPG era which has boosted professional education and IT-based revolution in the education sector. The most recent and third phase of transformation in higher education has been manifested in the post-Covid era through online technology and in the presence of the National Education Policy 2020. The present paper made here an attempt to look into the present status of the Post-Covid Educational world and its consequences a digital revolution in the education sector in general and teacher education in particular. Some of the popular online platforms which are being used for education and training purposes, some of the key institutions responsible for contributing to the plethora of educational resources, and digital devices are widely discussed in the coming sections of the paper.

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