How Outsourcing in the field of Education helps?

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Alphonso Jackson, the 13th United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). once said about the practice of outsourcing, ‘The other part of outsourcing is this: it simply says where the work can be done outside better than it can be done inside, we should do it.’ He has conveyed and summarised an important message concerning outsourcing. The education field is not an exception as outsourcing regarding new-age courses, curriculum, advanced pedagogy, and latest skills make the education system robust. Practical and theoretical lessons in advanced technology make the students complacent and job ready. Let’s learn more about the advantages of outsourcing in the education sector.
Outsourcing proves to be of great benefit. Universities can run the new-age programs parallel to the courses conducted by AICTE. Thus, the students get the dual benefit of gaining knowledge from the regular classes and also from the curriculum that helps them to achieve a competitive edge over others students who are on the verge of entering the job market. The candidates have to face stiff competition in the job market as there are a large number of students who want to get employment in the best of the organizations To equip students with upgraded skills and knowledge, institutes have and are considering the option of outsourcing trainers, new curriculum and new courses.
Outsourcing has always been seen as a viable option that let the business organizations concentrate on core business activities and outsource other functions which prove to be a logical decision for them. Similarly in education, too, there’s a strong demand and need for outsourcing. In education, there’s so much to learn, grasp knowledge and update skills. Moreover, the curriculum is made and revised after a certain period. Well, this means, that the current trends and the required knowledge cannot be updated frequently. The result is that leads to millions of students graduating from college without the necessary set of skills to withstand the competition in the job market.
Educational institutes can take the immense advantage offered by E-learning. Meticulously created a curriculum based on research that takes into account the latest technologies are incorporated in the courses that provide students with a competitive edge. The classes are well-structured and embedded with updated information. Education is imparted in the traditional way and via e-learning platforms that offer a great tool of learning for students. Knowledge is given by trained faculty who are experts in the field. Lesson plans are prepared after thorough research, a structured syllabus and knowledge about latest technologies are provided in course curriculum through additional courses.
“The important thing about outsourcing or global sourcing is that it becomes a potent tool to leverage talent, improve productivity and reduce work cycles.” These are the words of Indian business tycoon – Azim Premji. He understood the importance of outsourcing services and the benefits that would accrue with it. The same can be said for the education field as educational institutes can utilize the ability, talent, and skills of the trainers who can provide their students the requisite skills to complement their existing curriculum. Cloud Computing & Virtualization Technology, Artificial Intelligence & Mech Learning, posh essentials, and other such new age courses ‘will enhance the quality of education and will make them competent to find the best employment for themselves or vice-versa!

A management professional with over 16+ years of experience. Worked with over 80+ strategic partners such as Microsoft, KPMG, ITpreneurs and Accenture on creating learning systems.

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