What edtech startups have to say about the National Education Policy? And, how cloud kitchens soared to popularity amidst lockdown

Key stakeholders in the Indian edtech sector believe the new National Education Policy 2020 will build a workforce ready for the 21st century.

31st Jul 2020
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Key stakeholders in the Indian edtech sector believe the new National Education Policy 2020 will build a workforce ready for the 21st century.



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