Currently the classroom teaching is changing and students are flattering more to technology oriented it vital that we think about the latest technologies to incorporate in the teaching and learning process Cloud computing is the new technology that has various advantages and it is an adoptable technology in this present scenario. Cloud computing is growing rapidly, with applications in almost in any area, including education. This paper presents the benefits of using cloud computing for institutes and students. Cloud computing is the best solution & improve the current system of education and improve Quality at an affordable cost.
With the rapid progression of technology and the evolution of emerging technologies such as cloud computing, the problems of reach and quality are addressed by permitting low cost employment of IT tools. Cloud enables education institutions to emphasis on its core activities and guarantee smooth operations and refining the quality of the teaching course gratified. The educational institutions now have a choice to influence many SaaS, PaaS and IaaS based contributions in the market without the need to invest in obtaining and maintenance of infrastructure. Remote classrooms permitted by cloud will help in consecutively numerous classrooms through a small group of teachers and will help overcome the problem of absence of skilled teachers. In addition, it will also lead to standardization of course content and education delivery means. The India Planning Commission of India, lays a huge importance on higher education. Cloud can play a huge role in delivering higher education by being an advanced platform for classroom lectures, using streaming on the web. Provided that cloud-enabled technologies can overcome student data privacy-related concerns, cloud can lay down a solid foundation for a transformational of the education system in India. 
Over the last era, the education industry in India has grown up significantly. The education sector is by far the largest capitalized with government expenditure amounting to 30 billion USD and private spending to 50 billion USD3. In line with this, India has planned a 12.3% increase of budget for education starting this fiscal year, with greater pressure on school and vocational education. Also, 100 crore INR has been budgeted for forming virtual classrooms by leveraging technology to help the population exist in in remote areas. However, increased spending needs to be attended by higher diffusion of education to remote villages with increase in the quality and learning among students. The probable market size for the Indian education segment in 2015 is 602,410 crore INR from 341,180 crore INR in 2012. This demand is mainly due to the expected strong demand for quality education. At present the higher education system includes of about 700 universities and over 35,500 colleges.
Author: 1. Mr. Dharmveer Yadav and 2. Harshit Prakash