Education sector needs affordable tech for country’s future, says LPU’s Aman Mittal

With technological advancements touching new heights, institutes like Lovely Professional University feel the cost of such technology could be subsidised. Mittal argues that educational institutes are not for-profit companies and with no grants given by the government, students have to bear the cost of expensive technology. However, Mittal knows the benefits of virtualisation: he says that it has increased transparency and efficiency in the university system.

   


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