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    • Online degrees will take employers by surprise, but they will get used to it.
    • MOOCs will hollow out most campuses, like the Internet did to libraries.
    • ‘ ’ % +- -
    • 51,500 bricks and mortar campuses can be built online education can be promoted To meet the growing demand for education in India either
    • 1998 2005 2020 …* … ** 1995 2005 2010 ** The average % of young people in OECD countries continuing on to higher education * The total number of students in China, million 3 20 51 61% 53% 37%
    • UK Saudi Arabia USA OECD * The average % of students who give up 49% 61% 61% 80%
    • $$
    • The government? Parents? Employers?
    • • .
    • for 150 openings have already been submitted
    • Starting at your convenience and studying all year round Studying by semester, beginning in September
    • An individualized curriculum and students working at their own pace The same set of subjects for all students in a class
    • Studying and even taking exams remotely Traveling to school or college to be in a classroom
    • Ebooks, eBoards and e-diaries Hard copy textbooks and a chalk board
    • A teacher recording a lecture and students watching the video online A teacher lecturing from a rostrum, repeating the same thing to each class
    • Kids helping grandpa with his homework and reviewing with him for tests Parents scolding kids because of poor grades
    • A student able to turn off a boring teacher A teacher expelling an unruly student from a class
    • Professors from top- 50 business schools Executives and CEOs Globally-recognized experts