Krishnan Umachandran

As connectivity to its customary base methods, transformed education marks itself as a relaxed, pleasant and accessible phenomenon, through educational technology modules tutored, and transformed teaching through digital learning processes has more associated advantages. Technology transformed education benefits students to get motivated for a new way of learning with the quick ability to absorb the use of technology. Deriving a fresh significance as offers for the educational transformation using emerging technologies, prepares students for a lifelong learning through new approaches and mobile technologies that are already part of their lives. This paper delivers a comprehensive view of industry 4.0 grooming Skills and Education 4.0, through a decade long pertinent research review progression, carried out for preparing the potential employees into the evolving 4th industrial revolution scenario (pp.19-26). 

Keywords:Emerging technologies, Industry 4.0, Digital learning, Machine Skills, Self-Managing Skills, Transformed education
DOI : 10.25045/jpis.v13.i1.03
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