Digital technology has had an increasing impact on higher education and shifted the way of teaching and learning in a fundamental way. The outbreak of Covid-19 urges higher education to shift from traditional learning to digital learning and this made a big change in the education system and the way education is being delivered to students worldwide. Universities and higher education institutes adopted various digital platforms with numerous capabilities and approaches to facilitate learning (Shaikh & Saheb, 2022). A number of digital tools and technologies have been developed to meet the changing educational needs of the students is also an effective green initiatives for educational institutions. Virtual educational platforms around the world have been established with a wide variety of new simulative methods of learning.
Analyzing the challenges related to digitalization and green initiatives for Agricultural education post pandemic time is core of the present research work. The Descriptive Research has been designed to cover. Data of primary and secondary nature has been collected through various Agricultural Universities in Rajasthan. The sampling method was convenient sampling from different level of education eco system. The sample of students, employees, administrators, corporates and parents has been taken. Questionnaire through Google forms are used for gathering the information.
Different parameters for green initiatives such as Adaptability from students, changes in educational practices by faculty members, regulatory framework, updates by administration and acceptance of digital and green initiatives by parents has been identified from different analysis. Moreover, corporate acceptability for such digital initiatives also analysed.
This research creates useful outcome for policy makers, administrators, teaching community and society at large for upgrading skills and talent through digital and green initiatives. Agricultural related community may get benefit from this research.
Limitation: Inherent limitation of researchers along with non-generalizability nature of results can be further removed by nationwide researches in different discipline in addition to agriculture.
Key Words: Green initiatives/ Digitalisation, Education, Pandemic, Technology, Agriculture etc.