According to an adage, ‘Learning is a funny thing’. This holds true in today’s time as learning has become a fun process with the advent of e-learning. It is a visual delight to look at the screen and see pictures of what you are reading that gives you an endless fun and instills a curiosity to learn more.
In general, real learning isn’t a one-time event (as like many e-learning courses) where it’s just a matter of getting new information. E-learning courses have added up more value to the natural learning process.
It can act as a boon with good planning. Also, it’s a welcome intrusion as we can cut time and create cost-effective and repeatable learning events. In an e-learning course, one can have a room and equipment that is always available. Even if someone fails or needs more time, they can have it. That’s one of the good things about elearning. A great learning experience can be crafted of this situation.
How e-learning adds visual delight
Here are some things that elaborate how elearning is a visual delight for new-age learners:
Automobile growth and reforms go hand in hand in any country. There are several reasons to explain this fact. Imagine, if there are more number of cars zooming on roads, definitely, the strong infrastructure would be required to accommodate their increasing number. So, new reforms would have to be brought in to development infrastructure. Similarly, workers have to work in tandem and the labour union strikes would have to be brought to end. For this situation, there will have to be friendly labour reforms. Not only these, there would also be a requirement of friendly taxation process to make different companies competitive to bring new models of cars.
No doubt, India has made progress in building new roads, highways and expressways. Even the supporting infrastructure like airports, ports, railways and power plants exist, but the infrastructure growth has not kept pace with growing demand. So it is a must to recognise that infrastructure is a major driver of growth for auto industry.
If we consider China, it has provided a huge competitive advantage for their industry by focussing on main factor, that is, infrastructure development. This initiative can give a major boost to public policy making and planning that would in turn boost demand in the sector especially commercial vehicles and build efficient public transport models.
Mobility in Smart cities
Till date, India has witnessed a remarkable automotive growth fueled by urban consumers. On the contrary, rural India, home to 70% of the country’s population, accounts for only a fraction of sales. In contrast, China comprises urban majority country. So the moral of the story is that the Government’s vision for economic growth and development in rural India will definitely pave the way for launch of products targeted at this segment.
The rural demand will be unlocked for vehicles and help India realise its true potential.
Labour law reforms
The auto industry faces high incidence of strikes due to outdated labour laws. These were earlier considered as the flash point between automotive companies and their labour force however, reforms could change this scenario in the days ahead.
Mike Cornell and Emma Jones are behind the success of Elearning Blog, a blog solely focused on providing free resources and tips for e-learning.