Anaxee can help EdTech to ‘Connect the disconnected’

Nov 23 2021

“Airtel conducts India’s first rural 5G trial along with Ericsson” – Economic Times

Bharti Airtel and Ericsson have performed India’s first 5G network trials at a remote rural area of India. This
is a beacon of exciting business possibilities that lie ahead for Edtech, as 5G technology will play an
important role in bridging the digital divide in our country.

5G has massive potential in rural India as it enables access to high-speed broadband and fast network, and
better connectivity. This means more business opportunities for EdTech companies for expanding their
reach to the remotest parts of rural India!

5G will help Edtech open up new ways of learning by helping in solving number of stumbling blocks that rural users experience:

1). First and foremost, it will eliminate the need for a traditional classroom, allowing students to learn from the convenience of their own homes.

2). Students will be able to work and support their families during the day while studying at their convenience.

3). These courses can be paid for online or through UPI interfaces on mobile phones. Those who cannot afford to pay for their education might take advantage of numerous free online courses.

4). A great number of these online courses are also available in vernacular languages, which makes studying easier.

5). It’s also simple for rural residents to enroll in online classes using their smartphones and obtain the skills they need to get a job.

Anaxee believes in creating a data-rich country. Our “Last Mile Reach” & power of “Verified Data” can play a very vital role in the business expansion plans of Edtech companies. Our excellent, clean & verified data can help Edtech companies in implementing their rural outreach plans and solve all your problems. For an ever-changing digital world, our ‘digital factory’ can provide you with meaningful data, solutions, and services that may decrease time-to market, increase productivity, and attract the best costumer.

Talent and passion are spread across all young people but opportunity is not. Together we can successfully revolutionize the rural educational scene and also generated opportunities for rural residents. 5G can actually help the country realize its ‘Digital India’ vision and we can bridge the digital gap together.

“Learning should never end” can be our country’s new mantra!