The global pandemic has thrown a critical challenge to India’s higher education institutions (HEIs) in carrying out its day-to-day administrative operations, governance and educational services in a traditional way. As the whole process had gone digital mode, the decline in infection and returning to normalcy may not completely bring down the digital trajectory which was in pre-covid times. In-fact, the pandemic could have accelerated the process of Education 4.0 which aligns with fourth industrial revolution in-terms of integrating the students with cyber-physical systems1. The digitiz
- its relevance before and during pandemic
As author and educator George Couros put it, "Technology will never replace great teachers, but technology in the hands of great teachers is transformational."