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The Indian education and skill development sector has seen an accelerated growth and a rapid shift towards digital-learning models recently, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. This shift has bought about an increased requirement of digital assets, infrastructure, upskilling of teachers and content. With the requirement of tech-enabled learning solutions to only accelerate further, the Government is laying down new frameworks, and adopting an even more holistic and futuristic approach towards education and skill development.

The education and skill development practice of KPMG in India comprises a team of experienced professionals delivering forward-looking advisory services across the spectrum, such as K-12 education including Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE), foundational literacy and numeracy skills, Technical and Vocational Education, and Training (TVET), higher education, education technology, and supplementary education.

We are a part of the KPMG Connected Enterprise for higher education and a key member of the KPMG Global Steering Committee for education and skill development. Our team has delivered multiple engagements in the past decade, catering to a wide range of clients, including the central and state governments, regulators, public institutions, private educational institutions, corporates, not-for profit organizations, with bilateral and multi- lateral donors, International Financial Institutions (IFIs), foundations and ed-tech players.

Key Service Offerings

University transformation

Ed-Tech growth strategy

K-12 solutions

Job creation and livelihoods

Public private partnership models

Online learning - strategy and execution assistance (Future skills)

Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) - program management of large-scale rollout, monitoring and evaluation, capacity building tools

Impact Created

    Driving Skill Strengthening for Industrial Value Enhancement (STRIVE) at the central level: improved quality of teaching in more than 500 Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs), increased capacity of 34 State/ Union Territory UT Governments support ITls and apprenticeship ecosystem

    Assisting select Indian states implementing localised, state-context- aligned activities and innovations for improving the quality of education in their government schools. Strengthening Teaching-Learning and Results for States (STARS)

    Helping ministry of education in accelerating adoption of the National Education Policy (NEP) by developing an actionable roadmap, policy guidelines, monitoring mechanism to track key initiatives related to implementation, benchmarking education system

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