New Delhi: YouTube has always come to our rescue. Most of the time it helped us in learning new subjects, topics, and exploring the unknown with Indian people contributing their knowledge to the world. Indian people have emerged as YouTube teachers in the recent past, answering our doubts and giving in-depth knowledge which otherwise would have been hard to gather.
People go on from teaching maths, coding, and French to basic dance and music. For instance, Mr. Kishore’s one of the videos where he teaches introduction to C++ has over 10 lakh views on YouTube and with over 700 learners profusely thanking him. He uploaded the video in 2017.
Take a look:
If you want to learn MS Excel from the beginning Pavan Lalwani will come to your help. His video of the whole beginner’s guide to MS Excel has over 19 lakh views.
This kid masters in teaching physics on YouTube for class 11. His video from last year has 1 lakh views.
This Python course runs over 10 hours.
What’s more interesting is that Indian tutors on YouTube have come to the rescue of most people globally.
Indian men on YouTube are the backbone of the American higher education system.
— Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) May 31, 2022
*World’s higher education system. https://t.co/sLAMx0nCFm
— Tajwar.h (@Tajwar_Hoque) June 2, 2022
This can’t be more true.
Helped me a lot in my class 11th and 12th. https://t.co/VU0u32wUZL
— Sonal.S🌸 (@FicusRiligiosa) June 2, 2022
He’s not wrong lol https://t.co/TqqAfTkMnb
— Ethan Rice (@ethan_rice) June 2, 2022
I’m an Engineering student in Nigeria, and I can boldly say, I know what I know because of Indian men in YouTube…
— mind doctor 🧠💡 (@osasuwenedwin) June 1, 2022
— BlackAdder (@BlackIAdder) June 2, 2022
You know its a vibe when you look up a tutorial for something and the first video you click on is useless but the next video is some indian kid with 480p resolution with a video that’s 2 minutes long showing you exactly what you need to do 👌👌👌 God bless these lads
— 👑 BaseTrade (@RealRifkin) May 31, 2022
India’s education system suffered a severe blow in the past year owing to the impact of the pandemic and the second wave hitting us within homes. With colleges and schools being shut down to avoid mass gatherings, the country adopted a new system of online education. Curriculums were revised overnight, teachers upskilled and students adapted to the new normal.