2020 will be remembered for a Global Health Crisis and a Crashing Economy. However, amidst all this, the sector “E Learning” saw an upward rising curve and today, despite the initial discomfort with technology, schools and educational institutions have finally welcomed this “new remote learning“.

For 2021, it can be easily said that “E-Learning” will be the ultimate learning for the whole of India.
This trend will continue to become a part of the education system because it offers instant feedback, enables students to practice self-learning, increases attentiveness and efficiency, and gives effective results.
The pandemic has caused a loss for students in one way but has brought a visionary technology of e-learning that has become a great benefit for the students of today and tomorrow!
This E Learning industry’s robust growth has given wings like EduTinker, iMET Global, Typeset, Yellow Class, Vedantu to fly. The businesses of these ed-tech platforms have boomed and they will further sky-rocket in 2021, Predicts Business Astrologer Hirav Shah.

Hirav Shah Opines, it’s imperative to now be aware of the pros and cons of E-Learning so that the consumers know the Dos and Don’ts and plan, pertaining to their health, fitness, timing, resources and comfort.


No social life- Communication and socialization is an essential part of our lives. Of course, nowadays, people can do almost anything online; however, face-to-face interaction is still crucial for our mental well-being. Many people have lost communication because of online classes and are becoming anti-social, which isn’t very healthy.

Health Issues- Sitting in front of a computer all day is hard. During the pandemic, it’s important to remember to get exercise and be out in the sun sometimes because staying home all day can have many negative effects. For example, being in front of a screen all day can damage our eyes, we can get back problems if we sit all day in the same chair, and it can cause headaches and even depression.

Student-Teacher Interaction- Eye-Contact and body language are important parts of our communication when we interact face-to-face; however, because in online learning we can’t fully maintain eye contact or use body language, it can be hard to understand what the other person is communicating. This, in turn, can lead to some confusion regarding the class or even some misunderstandings.

Missing out – School and college should be fun; you should be able to go out, experience, meet new people, engage in different activities, and so on. However, online learning doesn’t allow us all these things, and we miss out on a lot of experience.


Convenience- Whether you’re walking, driving, or taking public transportation, it takes some time, energy, and money to go from one place to another. By doing our classes online, we connect from home and don’t have to waste our time on the “roads.” This gives us more time to spend on what we like to do or are required to do.

Relaxing environment- What feels better than to join a class early in the morning in your pajamas, from the comfort of your bed? Waking up early in the morning can be a struggle for many night owls, and getting ready in the morning sounds even worse. By online learning, we can cuddle in our beds with a warm drink while starting the day with a lecture. Furthermore, if you’re a shy, introverted person who gets stressed when being around many people, online classes might sound better to you since it saves a lot of additional stress.


Businesses have not been immune amidst pandemic, but many have found ways to navigate these changes. The ease and readiness with which schools and colleges welcomed digital following the nationwide lockdown came as a surprise.
But what about rest businesses, we wonder !!

We all know 2020 has been a year representing dynamic and sustained instability. Market disruption, economic shifts, socio-political tension—a confluence of unprecedented events. As the calendar turns, business leaders, the biggest players, stakeholders and investors must imminently prepare their organizations for a dramatically changed future—for a 2021 that will resemble the direct and indirect effects of the pandemic.

But HOW is the question ??
Astro-Strategy, Quotes Hirav Shah.

Though Astro-Strategy can’t fix everything that happened in 2020 by promising 2021 will be magic, but it can say that healing takes front and centre stage”, Concludes Hirav Shah.