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Most of Indian learners keen on short courses: Study

Kolkata, Jan 29 (UNI) Pearson India, the digital learning company, today released the findings of its first-everPearson Study of Adult Learnersconducted across six countries.
The research aimed at understanding adult learner behaviour and interest in non-degree programs and certificates, revealed that Indians were the least price sensitive across the six countries while choosing a course.
The survey divulges that most of the Indian learners are keen on short courses, of which 23 per cent of learners prefer qualification awarded by a professional body. It highlights that27 per cent of Indian learners are already pursuing short-term courses while 28 per cent of Indian adult learners plan to take-up single subject short term-course with one-time fee.
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