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Education
“We need to embrace technology to make learning more engaging. Because when students are engaged and they are interested, that's where learning takes place.” -Anonymous

Free and compulsory education in India is provided to children between the ages of 6 and 14. In August 2009, the Indian Parliament passed the landmark Right to Education Act that made education in India free and compulsory for children between the ages of 6 and 14. There have been tremendous increases and advances in access to education and because of this act. For example, literacy rates in India have increased in recent years.

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Education Resources
We've compiled some of the most compelling, informative and relevant reports, articles, case studies and white papers in education technology.

Healthcare
“India has adopted a multi-sectoral approach towards the health sector. The country is focusing on four main pillars of universal health. These are preventive health, affordable healthcare, supply-side interventions and mission mode intervention.” -Narendra Modi

With the second-largest population in the world, India is home to over 1.3 billion people. At an average of two children born per female in 2018. The average life expectancy has seen a consistent increase since the 1920s and was around 69 years in 2017. Infant mortality has also been on a steady decline over the years and has indicates a stronger emphsis on health from a cevernment and personal perspective.

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Healthcare Resources
We've compiled some of the most compelling, informative and relevant reports, articles, case studies and white papers in healthcare technology.

Gaming/Esports
"The advent of online gaming is the next horizon and the possibilites are endless." -Techcrunch

In 2019, there were 300 million online gamers in India. This number was estimated to go up to 440 million gamers by fiscal year 2022. Overall, India ranked the highest in terms of the growth in online game downloads on app stores with a growth rate of 165 percent between 2016 to 2018. The Indian mobile market has grown significantly over the past couple of years. New insights regarding the impact of smartphones on various industries and customer segments are continuously being uncovered. In particular, the gaming industry is undergoing a massive evolution because of the mobile revolution. Investments from big players such as Alibaba, Tencent, Nazara and Youzu has led to a rapid growth of gaming in India.

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Gaming/Esports Resources
We've compiled some of the most compelling, informative and relevant reports, articles, case studies and white papers in gaming & e-Sports.