Classroom learning is often termed as the teacher-student ‘relationship manager’. It not only provides an aura of learning and teaching but it also facilitates the development of a more intimate teacher-to-teacher, student-to-student and teacher-to-student relationship, thus maintaining the warmth of this sacred association.
A well educated mind is the driver of growth and the vision of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikaas’. Therefore, it is unquestionable for India to tap its huge demographic dividend via quality education to prevent social ills from spreading its roots in our society. As we have seen above that on one hand, classroom learning is an intimate form of learning where the pupil is prevented from becoming an emotionless robot, and on the other hand the ideas of e-learning synchronizes with our need to disseminate quality education in a cost effective manner throughout the country. Therefore, if India wants to enhance its capability to provide good quality education, it is imperative for us to use a mixture of both in the sense of strengthening our already available centers of ‘classroom learning’ and make them competitive worldwide by technology upgradation, and to disseminate quality education to the remote areas of our country via e-learning where the physical methods of learning are not feasible.