White Papers are analytical articles that shed light on issues related to public affairs and governance, including but not limited to Public Health, Banking and Finance, Science & Technology, Hospitality, Trade, commerce and Industries.
The education sector is pivotal in driving the socio, economic, and cultural changes globally since antiquity. There is no denying factor to state that education from pre-primary through professional degree level is getting digitized to keep pace with the evolving technological and market needs.
The educational sector is one of the earliest adopters to the online and remote teaching-learning practices during forced shutdowns due to the epidemic outbreak of the Global coronavirus. Digital transformation of the educational sector did not take place overnight, as they have been using digital aids for effective instruction since the early twenties. The onset of the COVID-19 has accelerated digital investments globally in the education sector.
The global insurance sector is poised to grow steadily, with optimism, induced largely due to rapid vaccination and fiscal stimulations of the national governments. Despite a 2.9 % drop in growth in 2020, the global insurance premium will register 3.4% real-time growth in 2021, which is expected to decline to 3.3% in 2022, and 3.1% in 2023 amidst supply chain, human resources, and enhanced fuel prices challenges. The life premiums will grow by 3.5% in 2021 and 2.8% in 2022 and 23. The non-life premiums will be growing by 3.3% in 2021 and 3.5% from 2022 to 2023. By mid-2022, the global insurance premiums will be exceeding to $7 trillion.
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