India’s Corporate E-learning Challenges: A Critical Appraisal
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In a company, a type of training known as "e-learning" is delivered via a computer and satisfies both organisational and individual learning objectives. Achieving the strategic goals of the organisation through solid learning is essential for the success of e-learning. Companies must provide top-notch training programmes that may be able to provide positive returns for businesses as part of their existing training strategies in order to achieve this. Corporate E-learning programmes frequently fail since training is essential for the effective operation of personnel. The difficulties that employees and businesses encounter while using an e-learning approach to training and development are covered in this essay. It also analyses the factors preventing the expansion of e programmes in businesses. An online survey on India's power sector was conducted to support the conclusions.
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