Friday, November 03, 2006

NASSCOM should rank E-learning Companies!!


Its time we struck a fine balance between authentic claims and misleading information. As the e-learning industry in India gets innundated in unsolicited claims by e-learning companies that they are "Best in India" and the "Largest", its become all the more essential to seperate the wheat from the chaff. The ramifications of such loud claims have been pretty expensive and tasking for clients. Though an exact figure is not available there are countless instances where global clients have learned their lessons the hard way -- that financial figures and gigantic sizes are not always an indication of the e-learning capabilities. Some organizations like the General Motors have already learnt from experience that offshoring e-learning development to India is not always about cost-cutting. There's more to it.

Its time NASSCOM comes forward and provides a robust mechanism to rate all e-learning companies in India. Not only will this help in generating more trust but will shove aside the incompetent players who have been bringing the industry to disrepute.

7 comments:

Vishal, Mumbai said...

Yep...I agree to that

PK Dubey said...

NASSCOM will be forced to rank companies...just wait and watch.

Kool Dude said...

That really kool dear...lets rank and rock!

Anonymous said...

Its nearly one year and no rankings yet !!!

Anonymous said...

me totally agree facing lot of problem to make projet for mention top e learning company

Amit said...

me totally agree facing lot of problem to make project for mention top e learning company

Amit said...

if u have any information abt e learning then pl mail me asap